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[Gulf Pipe-Fitters Social Club]

Description: Photograph of the Gulf Pipe-Fitters Social Club outside of the Silver Slipper Nite Club. There are children, adults, and elderly lined up in the group. Some children are standing up on the columns of the porch on the building. The caption in the lower-right corner reads, "Gulf Pipe-Fitters Social Club Picnic Aug. 6, 1938."
Date: August 6, 1938
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Marshall Chamber of Commerce Building]

Description: The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce occupies this Georgian building at 213 W. Austin St. The building is owned by the City of Marshall and was occupied by the Marshall Public Library before its new quarters were completed in 1973. Prior to the library's occupation, the building belonged to the Marshall Women's Clubs.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[Medical Assistants Support Library Friends Group]

Description: The Harrison County Medical Assistants Society was the first organization to have 100 percent participation in the Friends of Marshall Public Library's membership drive. The Friends group was formed c1967 to raise support for a new library building. Their first activity was the drive. Pictured at left is Mrs. J. C. Gullion, a member of the membership committee. Other women are unidentified.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[Dilley Rifle Company]

Description: Photo of the Dilley rifles in formation during what appears to be some kind of a parade up Avenue A in Palestine. Photo is taken looking toward the east. Note the tower from the jail in the background.
Date: 1880~
Partner: Palestine Public Library

[Volunteers in the Palestine Service Men's Club]

Description: Photo of the volunteers of the Palestine Service Men's Club, which operated to serve soldiers passing through the city. It was organized in June of 1942 by area residents, and was inspired by, but independent from, the USO club. Volunteers offered refreshments, letter-writing materials, music, dancing and conversation in the club's room at the O'Neill hotel, which was located across Spring street from the Railroad tracks. The women also took sandwiches and cookies to distribute to the soldiers unable to leave the trains. Additionally, the Palestine group financially supported a separate Negro Service Club that served African American Troops who often rode at the back of the trains farther down the line from this point. The club stayed active through the final days of the war and the last troop train came through town on January 1, 1946. Many military service people from around the country voiced their gratitude for their services.
Date: 1945~
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission

[Volunteers in the Palestine Service Men's Club - WWII]

Description: Photo of the volunteers of the Palestine Service Men's Club, which operated to serve soldiers passing through the city. It was organized in June of 1942 by area residents, and was inspired by, but independent from, the USO club. Volunteers offered refreshments, letter-writing materials, music, dancing and conversation in the club's room at the O'Neill hotel, which was located across Spring street from the Railroad tracks. The women also took sandwiches and cookies to distribute to the soldiers unable to leave the trains. Additionally, the Palestine group financially supported a separate Negro Service Club that served African American Troops who often rode at the back of the trains farther down the line from this point. The club stayed active through the final days of the war and the last troop train came through town on January 1, 1946. Many military service people from around the country voiced their gratitude for their services.
Date: 1945~
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission