At the time of this photo in the late 1960s, Continental Trailways provided intercity bus service to Marshall. The depot was built approximately 1965. Greyhound Bus Company acquired the franchise during the late 1980s, and has continued to serve Marshall until the present day.
Mrs. Rex Brown, Audrey Kariel, Inagene Bennett and a fourth unidentified member of the Marshall Music Club pose at a music orientation on September 21, 1969. This club influenced the other women's clubs in Marshall to build a public library. Five clubs had jointly owned and operated a private lending library for many years; but they joined the grassroots movement for a public library, which was completed in 1973.