The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 77, July 1973 - April, 1974 Page: 270
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"There's Still a Lot of Life in Those Old Columbus Homes," by Larry
Paul Fuller, The Texas Architect (March-April, 1973). Contains pictures
and brief descriptions of century-old homes.
"History of the Tyler Post Office, Federal Building from 1847-1934,"
by Will A. Woldert, Sr., Chronicles of Smith County, Texas (Summer,
1973). Reminiscences of Tyler and information about individual postmas-
ters, with pictures.
"The Saloons of Tyler, Texas, 1847-1901," by Robert Fleet, Chronicles
of Smith County, Texas (Summer, 1973). Explores Tyler saloon business.
"A History of Wagoner, Oklahoma, From S. S. Cobb," by L. W. Wilson,
The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Winter, 1972). Arranges recollections of
nineteenth-century Wagoner under topical headings.
"Spring Palace: Memorable Adventure in Fort Worth History," Fort
Worth (April, 1973). Describes the oriental Spring Palace of Fort Worth's
"Past: Pioneer Fort; Future: Balanced Metropolis," Fort Worth (April,
1973). Surveys Fort Worth's history.
"El Paso Welcomes Another Century," by Karen Lingo, Southern Living
(April, 1973). Reviews highlights of El Paso's history.
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