Taken in 1903 and 1907, these 255 gelatin silver prints were originally published in American Lumberman, a weekly trade journal. The majority of the shots document lumber production activities near Diboll in East Texas, including log cutting, transportation, sawmills, and kilns. The collection also provides a glimpse of everyday life in a company town and in the logging camps. (Univ.of North Texas)
In addition to the site's current information, the archive contains all the Almanacs from 1857 to 1989. (Texas State Historical Commission)
Texas Historic Sites AtlasProvided by the Texas Historic Commission, the Atlas provides descriptions, photographs, and maps of all Official Texas Historical Markers and National Register of Historic Places properties in Texas, as well as courthouses, museums, and sawmills across the state, nearly 300,000 sites in all.