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Clyde J. Woodward Reminiscences, 1963-1966

Collection Overview

Title: Clyde J. Woodward Reminiscences, 1963-1966

ID: A/78

Creator: Woodward, Clyde J. (1888-1966)

Extent: 1.0 Folders

Languages: English [eng]

Abstract

Reminiscences of Oil Springs, Texas, of the lumbering industry and the history of the Shay locomotive in East Texas by the Nacogdoches lumberman and locomotive engineer.

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"Some of the Events I Remember About the Old Oil Springs Oil Field In Nacogdoches County From 1912-1954," by Clyde Woodward, 1966. (15 page handwritten manuscript)
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Shay locomotive history in East Texas as described in a letter, April, 1963. (6 page handwritten manuscript)
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Shay locomotive history in East Texas; W. R. Pickering Lumber Company brief history, and background history of the Nacogdoches saw mill built by the Hayward Lumber Company in 1903, sold to the Frost-Johnson Lumber Company in 1910, and finally sold to the Olin-Mathieson Chemical Corporation in 1956 as told in a letter, May, 1963. (10 page handwritten manuscript)
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Copies of photographs of locomotive engines, taken 1963. 2 pages.