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AC068_BEAUMONT_CHAMBER_OF_COMMERCE_RECORDS_1920_TO_1926Tyrrell Historical Library Finding Aid for the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Records, 1924-2006 Accession AC -068 Finding aid created by Tyrrell Historical Library staff Summary I nformafion Title: Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Records, 1920-2006 Creator: Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1903 -present. Inclusive dates: 1903-2006 (bulk, 1950-1980). Extent: 14.6 cubic feet in 30 boxes. Abstract The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce was organized January 22, 1903 at a meeting attended by at least 165 people shortly after the Lucas Oil gusher was discovered in 1901. The subsequent activity at the Spindletop Hill oil field brought increased population and interest to the city, necessitating a chamber of commerce. The Chamber has been instrumental in the promotion and development of Beaumont and its industry, including the Port of Beaumont and the deep water (Neches River) shipping channel. It has produced surveys, reports of conditions, and guidelines for Beaumont and its business sector to determine course of action on many important issues. The Chamber has also produced promotional material to invite industry, tourism, and increased population to the city of Beaumont. The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce publications reported on business trends and issues in Beaumont and the nation. Many of the photographs in the Chamber's collection were used for publications and reports while others were taken to document conditions and events in the city. Call number: AC -068. Language: The material is in English. Repository: Tyrrell Historical Library 695 N. Pearl St Beaumont, TX 77701 Phone: 409-833-2759 Home Page: http://www.beaumontlibrary.org/tyrrell_historical_library.htm Access and Use Acquisition Information Beaumont Chamber of Commerce records plus assembled Beaumont Chamber of Commerce publications from the Tyrrell Public Library and Maurine Gray, Beaumont Public Library Director Arrangement: Although the collection's inclusive dates are 1903-2006, the bulk of material covers the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. The researcher will find the collection divided into several series: correspondence, committee projects, Chamber of Commerce projects, annual membership meetings, publications, ephemera, newspaper clippings, and photographs. Access Restrictions: There are no restrictions. Copyright: The Tyrrell Historical Library does not hold copyright for many of its collections. The researcher must secure permission to publish. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted to the Tyrrell Historical Library. The researcher assumes full responsibility for complying with copyright, literary property rights, and libel laws. Related Material: No known related materials. Separated Material: No known separated material. Preferred Citation: [item], folder, box, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Records (AC -068), Tyrrell Historical Library Biographical/ Historical Note The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce formed during the height of the first Spindletop oil boom, on January 23, 1903. 165 individuals signed on as charter members. The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce began an active program of initiating, and participating in, capitalist economic development projects. Much of the Chamber's early work was promotional, such as organization of the Southeast Texas State Fair in 1904 and promotion of the oil industry in the 1920s. During the 1950s and 1960s, the Chamber commissioned industrial studies and continued promotional efforts. In 1970, however, new leadership put an end to what it called "ceremonial functions" and moved the Chamber forward in a new program of action. Various committees carried out Chamber projects, including the Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration of the Lucas Gusher (1951). An extensive collection of publications thoroughly record Chamber activities and publicity efforts. The photograph collection provides a fascinating look at area industry and downtown Beaumont. Collection Scope and Content Note The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce has produced surveys, reports of activities and conditions for Beaumont and its business sector to determine course of action on many important issues. The Chamber has also produced promotional material to invite industry, tourism, and increased population to the city of Beaumont. The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce magazines and newsletters reported on business trends and issues in Beaumont and the nation. Many of the photographs in the Chamber's collection were used for publications and reports while others were taken to document conditions and events in the city. The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce records consist of Beaumont photographs, negatives, and slides; newspaper articles and press releases; studies, surveys, reports, promotional books and brochures; programs and invitations; maps and drawings; Beaumont Chamber of Commerce newsletters, magazines and other magazine articles of the Beaumont area; and rosters and directories of members' businesses and products in the form of buyers guides. Subject Terms Subjects: • Aerial photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Buildings photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Petroleum photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Petroleum (Beaumont, Tex.). • Hotels and motels photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Industry photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Industry (Beaumont, Tex.). • Agriculture photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Banks and banking (Beaumont, Tex.). • Beaumont, Tex.—Statistics. • Business (Beaumont, Tex.). • City traffic (Beaumont, Tex.). • Colleges and universities—Lamar University (Beaumont, Tex.). • Commercial buildings photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Forest conservation (Tex.). • Forests and forestry photography (Tex.). • Floods photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Harbors photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Hospitals (Beaumont, Tex.). • Houses photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Museums (Beaumont, Tex.). • Naval yards and naval stations photography (Tex.). • Office buildings photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Persons photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Petroleum photography—Lucas Gusher (Beaumont, Tex.) • Public buildings photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Public libraries—Tyrrell Public Library (Beaumont, Tex.) • Railroads (Beaumont, Tex.). • Schools photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Ships photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Shopping centers and malls (Beaumont, Tex.). • Shipbuilding photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Stores (Beaumont, Tex.). • Transportation photography (Beaumont, Tex.). • Waterways photography (Beaumont, Tex.). Persons: • Connally, John (Governor of Texas). • Meyers, Maury (Beaumont Mayor). • Doyle, John (Vice Admiral). • Shivers, Alan (Governor of Texas). Organizations: • Beaumont Chamber of Commerce (Beaumont, Tex.). • Young Men's Business League (Beaumont, Tex.). Locations: • China, Tex. • Dallas, Tex. • Evadale, Tex. • Houston, Tex. • Jefferson County, Tex. • Lake Creek, Tex. • Mexico. • New Jersey. • Orange, Tex. • Port Arthur, Tex. • Port Neches, Tex. • Rose City, Tex. • San Antonio, Tex. • Silsbee, Tex. • Tampico, Mexico. • Town Bluff, Tex. Genres: Alumni directories. • Annual reports. Commercial directories. Correspondence, commercial. • Invitations. Literary magazines. • Materials, promotional. Maps, city streets. Negatives. • Newspaper clippings. Photographs. • Press releases. • Programs, conference. Rosters. Slides. • Studies, feasibility. • Studies, preparatory. Contents List Box/ Folder Title Series: Photographs Box Folder Title / Description 1 1 Photographs (airplanes and airports; 1946 Beaumont flood scenes; 1950 Beaumont military presence; 1944 Lamar University; oil derricks, Pattillo Higgins and Spindletop anniversary and monument; Richard Dowling monument; Chamber of Commerce committee meetings; 1970 YMBL members in military; civic leaders; Governor Alan Shivers; Governor John Connally; Walden home; Beaumont churches; radio stations; Beaumont street scenes and aerial views; Beaumont industry and retail; Beaumont hospitals; Beaumont port; 1948 Maritime Reserve Fleet see T rrell digitized images). 2 1 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Area, 1960s. 2 2 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Area, 1960s (South Park High School and football stadium; College Street: Baptist Hospital, Doctor's Hospital, Drive-In Theater, Central Park; Dowlen and Prutzman Streets before development; west side Beaumont before development; West Hollywood [Drive]; BPM Club; Lamar College and surrounding area). 2 3 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Area, 1960s (Lumber Yard, 4" Street; 4" Street underpass; rice dryer; Interstate 10 at East- Tex Freeway; Trinity Methodist; Port of Beaumont montage; 1957 Gulf Coast Machine & Supply valve). 2 4 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Area, 1960s (College Street Central Park area; Neches River and South Park residential area; Southeast Texas Fairgrounds). 2 5 Photographs, Aerial Views, Downtown, 1960s (Beaumont downtown; Saint Anthony's Cathedral; City Trash Dump). 2 6 Photographs, Aerial Views, Downtown, 1960s (Magnolia Petroleum; Port of Beaumont; Bethlehem Steel; Ridgewood Motor Hotel, Beaumont color ne ative 2 7 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Industry, 1960s (Port of Beaumont Grain Elevator; Mobil Oil south plant, 3300 Port Arthur Road; Beaumont Brick Company, Laurel & Interstate 10). 2 8 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Industry, 1960s (Wilson Warehouse; Rice Growers Mill, San Jacinto and Fannin Streets; Port Grain Elevator; Mobil Oil Refinery). 2 9 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Interstate Highway System, 1960s Interstate 10 construction; Interstate 10 com leted 2 10 Photographs, Aerial Views, Beaumont Interstate Highway System, 1960s (Interstate 10 at 11" and 69, 96 Interchange; Cardinal Drive Servomation & Pepsi Cola; Calloway Tracts on Highways 69, 96 and 287). 2 11 Photographs, Aerial Views, Jefferson County Industry, 1960s (Atlantic-Richfield Refinery; Southern Pacific Tract, City Airport; DuPont Beaumont Works; Maritime Reserve Fleet; Mobil Chemical Hebert TPA Plant construction). 2 12 Photographs, Aerial Views, Lamar University, 1960s. 2 13 Photographs, Aerial Views, Port of Beaumont, 1960s (courthouse). 2 14 Photographs, Agriculture (cattle), 1940s-1950s (J.D. Melancon; Bud Rauwerda; Alan Shivers?]); H. T. Stockfarm 1948). 2 15 Photographs, Agriculture (crops), 1940s-1950s (B. A. Steinhagen and Tung Trees; Otis Horn farm; [rice farm?]; rice dryer, Floyd Smith at Labelle, Texas). 2 16 Photographs, Agriculture (timber), 1940s-1960s (A. Drake, Stark, Lousiana; drawing, "Before and After" forest thinin 2 17 Photographs, Architectural Models, Beaumont, 1960s -1970s (Hilton; Beaumont Neurological Center; proposed Parkdale Mall Shoonino Center). 2 18 Photographs, Beaumont Buildings, 1940s -1960s (American National Bank, Baptist Hospital). 2 19 Photographs, Beaumont Businesses, circa 1918-1960s (Pearl Street; J. H. Peterson, Tinner shop [circa 1918]; The Fashion store; Cottingham Bearing Corporation). 2 20 Photographs, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Convention, 1960s. 2 21 Photographs, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Convention, 1960s. 2 22 Photographs, Beaumont, Government Buildings, circa 1930s - 1960s (Jefferson County courthouse; Texas National Guard building; U. S. Marine Corps.; U. S. Army Reserve Training Center). 2 23 Photographs, Beaumont Homes, 1950s -1960s not identified). 2 24 Photographs, Beaumont Industry, 1950s -1960s ( [Neches Butane?]; Magnolia Petroleum [Mobil Oil Company]; Non-fat Dry Milk Solids . 2 25 Photographs, Beaumont Industry, circa 1960s ( [Magnolia Petroleum]; Olin -Matheson; Mobil Oil Company; Pure Oil Company, Smith's Bluff Refiner . 2 26 Photo ra hs, Beaumont [promotionall Literature, 1950s -1960s. 2 27 Photographs, Beaumont Parades, circa 1950s. 2 28 Photographs, Beaumont [Chamber] Personnel, 1940s -1950s (not identified). 2 29 Photographs, Beaumont [Chamber] Personnel, 1940s -1950s (not identified). 2 30 Photographs, Beaumont Shipyards, 1950s -1960s 2 31 Photographs, Beaumont Transportation, 1940s -1950s (drawing, new airport building; Southern Pacific railroad draw bridge and ship passing (Cape Diamond, Wilmington, Delaware); airplane; helicopter; railroad aerial). 2 32 Photographs, Beaumont Transportation, Trailways Bus, 1940s - 1950s (Trailways bus; Trailways bus station). 2 33 Photographs, China, Texas, rice dryer, circa 1950s. 2 34 Photographs, Evadale, Texas, East Texas Pulp and Paper Com an , circa 1950s. 2 35 Photographs, Gulf States Utilities Company, circa 1950s -1960s (Electric pole personnel; Sabine [power plant] interior and exterior; Beaumont Substation). 2 36 Photographs, Lucas Gusher, 1901 (multiple copies of Trost ima e). 3 1 1 Photo ra hs, Mobil Oil loading terminal, 1960s. 32 Photo ra hs, Orange, Texas, Aerial View, 1940. 3 3 Photo graphs, People, Groups, 1940s -1950s not identified). 3 4 Photographs, People, Groups, 1940s -1950s (N. C. Cunningham, Mobile, [Alabamal; Jas. H. Hartzog, Beaumont Port Director); Rep. Frank Boykin, Alabama; Henry W. Sweet, Mobile [Alabama]; Fritz H. Fredricks, Beaumont, (Port of Beaumont); Vice Admiral John Doyle; Rear Admiral T. A. Lobby; Edward E. Wilcox; and unidentified). 3 5 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (Irene Hardy; C. Dean McGee; Mayor Jack Moore; Rev. R. Ernest Michalka; George Dishman; Richard LeBlanc; Col. F. P. Koisch; John W. Newton, Sr.; C. H. LeBlanc, Sr.; John Weyrich; Pete Matthews; W. A. Tatum; Kirby Smith; W. D. Norwood; D. Roy Harrington; Will Smith). 3 6 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (John E. Gray; D. Pat Wheat; J. O. Crooke; Gene Ohmstede; Roy Maness; Ben Rogers; Frost; John Geis, Chamber of Commerce; Joe Kli er). 3 7 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (Ed Watson; Henry Simpson; E. D. Garret; W. F. Weed; W. D. Norwood; Jack Brooks; Frost; D. Pat Wheat). 3 8 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (L. Paul Tullos; O. H. Massey; Albert J. Coburn; W. F. Weed; Dan K. Kelb; Alec Broussard; R. A. La Fleur; Frank Adams; Moody Williamson; Gordon Baxter; James H. Hartzog; Ralph Ramos; T. R. Galloway; R. A. Coale; John W. Newton; Fred H. Tenholder; Aubrey D. Sprawls). 3 9 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (John Gray and others not identified). 3 10 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (Mike Halbouty; D. Pat Wheat; [D. A] McGee, Kerr-McGee Oil Company; R. Darden Armistead; Joe Goetschius; Henry C. Hendrix; Don Streeter; 1965 Area Waterways Committee officers Wheat, Frost, and other). 3 11 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (Oil, Gas, Chemicals, and Minerals Committee of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; Randolph Yost; Pete Cokinos; Cardinal Singers [Lamar College], circa 1960; Easterling; McManus; Russell; John C. Gray; T. T. Hunt; R. M. Frost]; Jack Brooks; Mike Halbout . 3 12 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (John Gray; Pat Wheat; Plummer; White; Moore; Frost). 3 13 Photographs, People, Groups, 1960s (Rogers; Frost; Phillips; D. A. McGee; Moore; John Geis; Pat Wheat). 3 14 Photographs, People, Groups, 1948-1960s (Pat Wheat; Jack Brooks; Jack Frost 3 15 Photographs, People, Individuals, 1940s -1960s (Paul C. Spark; Lewis A. Pick Malor General, militar ; Lynn R. Strewn). 3 16 Photographs, People, Individuals, 1960s (E. V. Watts, Mobil Oil Company, Houston (Tex.); Dean A. McGee, Kerr-McGee Oil Industries, Inc., Oklahoma City (Okla.); T. T. Hunt; Galveston fishing and Municipal Pier; Arthur Temple; Neches River boating and boathouse). 3 17 Photographs, Port Arthur, Port Arthur Bridge, circa 1960 (post card). 3 18 Photographs, Recreation, Fishing/ Boating, circa 1950s (Galveston fishing and Municipal Pier; Arthur Temple; Neches River boating and boathouse). 3 19 Photographs, Recreation, Boating, circa 1950s (boat: Miss Enter rise Cafe). 3 20 Photographs, Recreation, Football/Golf/Baseball, circa 1950s ([Lamar Tech] vs. Arlington State half-time; Beaumont golfing; J. M. Combs). 3 21 Photographs, San Antonio "River Walk", 1960s. 3 22 Photographs, Spindletop, 1902-1940s oil fields . 3 23 Photographs, Spindletop, 1941 (Al W. Hamill; Curt G. Hamill; James G. Hamill; Spindletop re-enactment; Lucas Gusher monument dedication). 3 1 24 1 Photo ra hs, Spindletop Photographs, circa 1950 oil derricks). 3 25 Photographs, Spindletop Photographs, circa 1950 (Lucas Gusher monument; metal oil derricks; 1901 vintage works [equipment] Spindletop). 3 26 Photographs, Spindletop 50` Anniversary Celebration, 1951. 3 27 Photographs, U.S. Naval Station, TX, 1940s. 3 28 Photograph, Shipyards, Aerial view, Port of Beaumont and area refinery, 1970s. (oversize, placed in larger box with Chamber of Commerce scra book 1971-1981 4 1 Photograph, Shipyards, Aerial view, Port of Beaumont and area refinery, 1970s. oversize . 4 2 Chamber of Commerce scrapbook, "Honor Roll of Industries", 1971-1981 (newspaper articles, and photographs concerning Chamber recognition of Beaumont Industries). 5 1 Photographs, Aerial Views, Downtown (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1930 -circa 1950. 5 2 Photographs, Aerial Views (Jefferson County, Tex.), circa 1940 - circa 1970. 5 3 Photographs, Aerial Views (Jefferson County, Tex.), 1939 (waterways; refineries; downtown Beaumont, Tex.; downtown Port Arthur, Tex.). 5 4 Photographs, Agriculture (Jefferson County, Tex.), circa 1930 (person examining bush; rice dryer; tractor low . 5 5 Photographs, Agriculture—Beaches, circa 1960 (children beach bathers at dusk). 5 6 Photographs, Business—Banking, circa 1930 -circa 1967 (First National Bank, interior (1930s location); First Security National Bank, exterior, 1960s; First Security Industrial Week exhibits). 5 7 Photographs, Business—Hotels, circa 1930s (Edson Hotel, exterior; Hotel Beaumont, exterior). 5 8 Photographs, Business—Industrial, circa 1930s (unidentified manufacturing lants). 5 9 Photographs, Business—Industrial, circa 1950 -circa 1969 (machinery display, Stewart & Stevenson Service; DuPont, Orange, Tex.; DuPont Beaumont Works, Beaumont, Tex.; Neches Butane, Port Neches, Tex.; Georgetown Texas Steel, Beaumont, Tex.; Jefferson Chemical Company, Port Neches, Tex.; Texas Metal Works, Inc., Beaumont, Tex.]). 5 1 10 1 Photographs, Business—Manufacturers, circa 1935 -circa 1950 (Comet Rice, Beaumont, Tex.; Thomas M. Royal Company [bag orintinal. Beaumont, Tex.; box rintin ? 5 11 Photographs, Business—Manufacturers, ALCO, circa 1950 (Heat Exchanger). 5 12 Photographs, Business—Manufacturers, Dollinger Steel, 1950s (steel structure for the following: Lamar State College of Technology, Biology -Geology building; steel shipment, Port of Beaumont; J.C. Penney Company Building (downtown) (background: Hotel King Edward); Chemical Storage Building, Puerto Rico; Texas Power and Light Company, Lake Creek, Tex. . 5 13 Photographs and accompanying literature, Business— Manufacturers, Ideco Industries, circa 1950s (aerials of workshop buildings Beaumont, Tex.1; oil well drilling rig equipment). 5 14 Photographs and accompanying literature, Business— Manufacturers, Ideco Industries, circa 1950s (drive-in rambler rigs). 5 15 Photographs, Business—Newspaper, circa 1950 (warehouse image, blank newspaper rolls 5 16 Photographs, Business—Public Utilities—Gulf States Utilities, Neches Power Plant, 1937- circa 1940s exterior; interior). 5 17 Photographs, Business—Restaurants, circa 1950s-1965 (Piccadilly Restaurant; Vic & AI's Restaurant). 5 18 Photographs, Business—Retail, circa 1940s (White House; The Fair, Inc.). 5 19 Photographs, Business—Service Industry—Radio (Beaumont, Tex.). 1939 KRIC radio station and ersonnel . 5 20 Photographs, Floods (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1950 (residential floodin 5 21 Photographs, Forestry (Kirbyville, Tex.), 1929, 1938 (measuring tree growth). 5 22 Photographs, Forestry, circa 1930s (tree growth; cut comparisons; forest and landscape). 5 23 Photographs, Harbors—Aerial views (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1950s. 5 24 Photographs, Harbors (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1930 -circa 1949 (ships at harbor: Maru [Asian writing], Crown City, Selma City, Western Queen; Port of Beaumont Municipal Terminal). 5 25 Photographs, Harbors (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1920s -1940s (scrap metal crane, military vessels, pre -1930s courthouse downtown landscape aerial). 5 26 Photographs, Homes (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1940s (residential nei hborhood scenes). 5 27 Photographs, Landscape, circa 1940s (fields near Beaumont, Tex.). 5 28 Photographs, Lumber—Aerial views, circa 1940s (airplanes, forest views). 5 29 Photographs, Miscellaneous, circa 1970s (maintenance worker lacin letteringon [Baptist Hos ital . 5 30 Photo graphs, Municipal Government—Fire De artment Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1940 -circa 1970 (fire station number 1, central fire station with fire truck and lift). 5 31 Photographs, Municipal Government—Libraries, Tyrrell Public Librar , circa 1940s. 5 32 Photographs, Museums—Gladys City Museum (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1960s. (Gladys City newly rebuilt replica with existing oil wells). 5 33 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1940s (Waldo Wilson, Hotel Beaumont; E.L Robinson, Gulf States; Wayne Brown, Insurance; Percy Wallace, Funeral; Ed Easterling, AT&T; Kelly Cover, District Sales Manager Trans -Texas, Houston ; Ken Dougherty, District Sales Manager Trans -Texas, Beaumont; Al Walbrecker, Manager Crosby Hotel; Ben Roy Kirby, manager Hotel King Edward; Doolie Richardson; W.D. Norwood; Howard Hicks; Moody Williamson; Cedric Foster). 5 34 Photographs, People (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1948 ([Carlton Baker?], Southwestern Bell manager; Nelson Alter; Bob Akers; Bob Castille, American National Bank; Lee Griffin, Rotary; John Newton, Jr.; Buddy Savage; Fred Hunter; Joe Trum, radio and sports caster; Gene Thompson; Elmo Beard? . 5 35 Photographs, People—Groups, Chamber of Commerce meeting, circa 1940s -circa 1960s (C.B. Locke; Pat Wheat; Jack Brooks; J.O. Crooke; Reverend Ernest Michalka; Mayor Jack M. Moore; Howard Hicks). 5 36 Photographs, People—Groups, entertainers, circa 1960s (Beaumont Civic Opera; Mary Woodland and others not identified; Interfaith Choral Society; U.S. Army Field Band). 5 37 Photographs, People—Individuals, circa 1950s (Chester Stratton, Actor, DuPont "Cavalcade of America"; Roy Fant; John Zoller, Director, DuPont "Cavalcade of America'; George A. Hill, Jr., President Houston Oil Company of Texas (Houston, Tex.); Sid Street [Motor Company]; Dale Miller, Washington D.C., Executive Vice President, Intracoastal Canal Association of Louisiana and Texas). 5 38 Photographs, People—Individuals, circa 1940s (Robert W. Akers, Editor, Beaumont Enterprise newspaper; Les Damon; S. Perry Brown, National Commander of the American Legion). 5 39 Photographs, People—Individuals, Navy (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1966 R. A. MacPherson; Samuel J. Fricano, Captain). 6 1 Photographs, Petroleum—Aerial, circa 1940s (petroleum refineries). 6 2 Photographs, Petroleum—Oil fields, circa 1940s. 6 3 Photographs, Petroleum—Refineries, circa 1940s (Magnolia Petroleum and others not identified). 6 4 Photographs, Petroleum—Spindletop, 1903 (Boiler Avenue at S indleto ,Aril 23, 1903 . 6 5 Photographs, Petroleum -50` Anniversary Lucas Gusher, 1951 Beaumont, Tex.(erecting the oil derrick for the celebration . 6 6 Photographs, Public buildings—Federal Courthouse and Post Office, circa 1937. 6 7 Photographs, Public buildings—Jefferson County Courthouse, circa 1938. 6 8 Photographs, Schools— Beaumont High School? , circa 1940. 6 9 Photographs, Schools—Lamar College, 1960s-1980 (football stadium, drawing; football stadium, aerial; class room or office, speech and hearing, 6 10 Photographs, Ships and Shipyards (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1940s (Orton and Steinbrenner Company; Pennsylvania Shipyards; "Macareo", boat; "Texaco446", tanker; "Mercury, Wilmington, Delaware", tanker; Burlington, tug boat). 6 11 Photographs, Ships (Jefferson County, Tex.), circa 1940s ("Sun Chem 100", Bethlehem Steel Shipyard; [Mobil] loading terminal; "Kevin Moan", tug boat in ship channel, Port Arthur, Tex. 6 1 12 1 Photo ra hs, Shipyard—Wooden Ship Building, circa 1908. 6 13 Photographs, Social Organizations—Beaumont Country Club Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1948. 6 14 Photographs, Southeast Texas State Fair (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1950-circa 1975 (livestock; children riding pony; fairground rides; erson handling chicken). 6 15 Photographs, Sports and Recreation—Boating, circa 1969 (race boats; crowds; "Miss Beaumont" race boat; boathouse). 6 16 Photographs, Sports and Recreation (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1948-circa 1960 (Stuart Stadium; Beaumont Municipal Golf Course; Beaumont Country Club Golf Course; geese in flight). 6 17 Photographs, Street Scenes (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1948 (1300 Easv Street with tro ical shrubs and alms; building: [school? . 6 18 Photographs, Street Scenes—Rural, circa 1942 (paved and dirt roads; railroad tracks; shacks on roadside; billboards). 6 19 Photographs, Transportation—Air, circa 1930-circa 1949 (Eastern Airlines; [Jefferson County?] airport runway; airline routes from Beaumont; aerial country side image; airplane overhead). 6 20 Photographs, Transportation—Railroads (Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1930s (unidentified people and train; railroad tracks with downtown in background). 6 21 Photographs, Waterways, circa 1948 (aerial with Gulf States Utilities power station; aerial of river with city in background; aerial of river with refineries; canal; aerial of river and downtown Beaumont with markings for proposed turning basin; aerial of downtown Beaumont and Neches color coded land tracks). 6 22 Photographs, Waterways—Dam "B" groundbreaking, circa 1940 (crowd with speakers in military uniform, [corps of engineers?]; automobiles and crowd under shade; band). 6 23 Photographs, Waterways—Aerial, circa 1940 (river, refineries and surrounding towns). 6 24 Photographs, Waterways, circa 1948 (aerial, [Mobil?] loading terminal on river; aerial, petroleum tanks and ships of river; aerial, shipyards with markings of proposed turning basin; aerial, river with [Port Neches?] and refineries in background; aerial, markings of Anderson tract no. 3, "showing town of Port Neches, and Ma nonlia Petroleum Company's dock in right foreground). 6 25 Negatives—Aerial images, n.d. (airplane in flight; aerial of waterways and surrounding refineries and towns). 6 26 Negatives—Ship building, circa 1915 (wooden ship skeleton being built some nartially dama ed . 6 27 Negatives, n.d. extensive damage). 6 28 Negatives. n.d. extensive damage). 6 29 Correspondence, Lawrence E. Graf to Chamber of Commerce Beaumont, Tex.). 6 30 Catalog, Ideco oil field equipment, 1957. 6 31 Photo ra hs, Shipyards Beaumont, Tex.), 1928 -circa 1945. 7 1 Negatives (color and black/white), circa 1950-1970 (horse show, fair grounds; Lucas Gusher monument; flowers and mossy trees; rodeo; aerial(s), downtown Beaumont (black/white); aerial, Gulf States power station; aerial, [Port Arthur, Tex.]; aerial(s), refinery; Lawson Valve and Fitting Company building; Hinote Electric Company live wires buildin 7 2 Photographs, Chamber of Commerce publication files, circa 1929- 1970 (people, individual [Roy Maness]; people, groups [Lt. Cmd. H.F. [Ocom], Lt. [Tom Schultz], Lt. John [Latham], Col. Raymond Saunders]; [Port Arthur] bridge; aerial(s) [Port Arthur with intracoastal canal, refineries]; [cultivated] pine trees, 1929; Beaumont home; Maury Meyers ribbon cutting; ribbon cutting Larry's Restaurant (China, Tex.); Port of Beaumont crane; Chamber of Commerce city directory library; railroad overpass; photograph drawing of Goodhue building / Tisdale & Stone architects). 7 3 Photographs and negatives, Chamber of Commerce publication files, circa 1950 -circa 1970 (negatives: aerial Intracoastal canal and refinery Port Arthur; photograph(s): people, groups [luncheons]; automobile image, "Buick Riviera"; fishing rodeo, Galveston ("Jones and tarpan"); Port of Beaumont crane; refinery; Beaumont Holiday Inn Plaza: Shirley Loeffler -Ambassador Chairperson and Bob Fu azi-Mana er, Plaza . 7 4 Photographs, Lower Ship Channel, Texas Island and South, 1941. 7 5 Photographs, River scenes, circa 1948. 7 6 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1971 (Weldon T. Gibson; Golden Triangle Janitorial Service and Supply: Johnnie Wells, Brenda Spivey, La'Fayette Spivey). 7 7 Photographs and Biographical manuscripts, Military personnel, circa 1950-1962 (Col. John Livette; Brigadier General William T. Fairbourn; Brigadier General John M. Finn; Major General Philip C. Wehle). 7 8 Photographs, Aerial— Sabine Riverl, circa 1941. 7 9 Negatives, Businesses, circa 1960-1970 (doctor's office; [door] manufacture;[paint and bodyl shop). 7 10 Negatives, various, circa 1960-1969 (Jefferson County Airport and plane; Babe Didrikson Zaharias monument (1968); river scenes; rental car business at airport; merchandise; Gateway shopping center and parking lot; slide amusement ride; parking lot amusement rides [Gateway Grand Opening?]; shopper inside stores; classroom students, teacher; circa 1965 Tyrrell Public Library interior; rehabilitation center). 7 11 Negatives, various, circa 1968 (hospital office, people and equipment; lab equipment (possibly medical); audio lab with students (e.g. Lamar language classes); mathematics class; microscope lab and persons; chemistry class; drafting class; band with instruments; other classroom settings; street scene and jewelry store; office setting [newspaper?], Underwood typewriter; street scene, First Security National Bank exterior; Phelan Home exterior, [convent]; Saint Ann's Church, exterior; fair grounds building; airport interior; street scene, highway; Beaumont Police; residential home exterior; children in daycare); Amelia Grade School exterior; apartment complex exterior). 7 12 Negatives, various, circa 1968 (school lab; student at Lamar Tech, exterior; band and music class; "Lamar State College of Technology" exterior and students; interior design class; art gallery; residential area home exterior; construction; apartment or townhome complex; library interior with students; "Mt. Vernon Township High School" exterior; amateur radio studio and students). 7 13 Negatives, various, circa 1968 (Gateway Shopping Center parking lot amusement rides; shoppers; Saint Anthony's Catholic Church interior during service; Saint Ann's Catholic Church interior during service; First United Methodist Church interior during service; First Baptist?l Baptist?Church interior during service). 7 14 Negatives, various, circa 1968 (residential home exterior; Baptist Hospital exterior; television station, televised teacher with students; newscaster and television camera; art, painting class; weather forecaster; classroom students; port operations; ship, "Gulf Merchant"; Amelia Grade School exterior; Fre Department, Central Fire Station, Fire Engine, "Snorkel No. 1", personnel; Forest Park School entrance and students; ship, "Alco.. Mariner"; school exterior; church buildings; ...Junior High School exterior; shoppers; [Village] Shopping strip -mall; shoppers and glass sidewalk display case with First Security National Bank in background; jewelry store interior with customers; "Butch Hoffer" exterior / [interior]; street scene, Orleans Street and merchants; sporting goods and shoppers; agriculture, [rice?]; [Orleans Street] business district; church exterior and attendees; water works and canal; radio station studio; First Baptist Church entrance and attendees; French High School exterior; band members marching practice; "AnthonyF. Lucas Elementary School" exterior). 7 15 Negatives, various, circa 1968 ([Saint Ann's] Catholic School exterior with students; "Sisters of Saint Mary, Math" classroom interior; "The Beaumont Neurological Center" building and parking lot; adults in classroom; [Hotel Dieu?] exterior; Tyrrell Public Library interior; industrial scene, refiner 7 16Photographs, Industrial, circa 1940 -circa 1949 (Texas Company refiner ,Port Neches; construction workers at work; train and train car loaded with large cylinder "fabricated for E.B. Badger and Sons Company [by] Petroleum Iron Works Company, Beaumont, Tex.). 7 17 Photographs, Aerial—Forestry, circa 1940 -circa 1949 (forests; river; highway). 7 18 Negatives, Business, circa 1969 (telephone operators; [executive?] person posing on office desk; residential home exterior; gasoline filling station; industrial, dump truck at business; office personnel, "selling" book; unidentified business promotion images; South Coast Surgical Supply with church in background; "Mercy" [doctor's office?]; "Joe Simon Plumbing and Heating" truck with personnel; janitorial service; "Holland Advertising Company" building; "Carrier Air Conditioning and Heating, Nance Industries" building; "Harmon Pre -Cast Concrete Products" building, statues and lawn ornaments; "Cedar Hotel" building and female model with suitcase; "Warren Electric Company" building; Jack Pierce Company; 7 19 Negatives, Business, circa 1969 (office personnel; [bank, data processing?]; "Simpson's Bar -B -O" restaurant; lab equipment; unidentified Bar -B-0 restaurant; "Broussard's Mortuary" building; printing press; sheet metal shop; "E. F. Hutton and Company Inc." office; "Stuart Title Guaranty Company" office; "National Car Rental" desk). 7 20 Negatives, Business, circa 1969 (unidentified office images; "Honda" motorbike with Honda store in the background; unidentified instrumentation; "Sears" Department Store building; "Barclay – Owens Inc., Goodell Engineering Company" building; apartment complex and swimming pool; "The Phelan Company Grocers" building; residential home exterior; "Rainbo" bread truck and deliver driver; "Bonanza" restaurant). 7 21 Publicity Brochures, Programs, and Correspondence, circa 1968 (industrial news article, Dallas Morning News; promotional map of points of interest; correspondence, concerning orders of the 50" Anniversary book "Spindletop... Where Oil Became an Industry"; program, "Welcome U.S.S. Warrington" official visit; publication, "Beaumonter", Official monthly publication of the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, October 1956, vol 2 -no. 3 (Beaumont Population Reaches 112,800); publicity diagram, "A Million Customers, A Billion Dollar Market"). 7 22 Booklet, "Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report, Thirty - Eighth Annual Meeting, Januar 28, 1941", 1941. 7 23 Diagram, Industry labeled diagram map of Jefferson and Orange Countv. circa 1948. 7 24 Publicity Brochures, Programs, and Correspondence, circa 1968 (news articles, "Chamber of Commerce Salutes Military Reserves", Beaumont Enterprise, May 19, 1963, pg. 8A; brochure, "Welcome to Beaumont Where Oil Flows and Industry Grows"; diagram map, "there's a place for you in Beaumont Texas..; circular, "Beaumont, Texas, A Deep Water Port City, Community Profile"; brochure, "Come to Beaumont, Convene in Beaumont"; brochure, "Beaumont, Texas—One of the Top Ranking Ports in America"; brochure, "Growing Bigger, How Big?, So Big.", labeled aerial hoto ra hs . 7 25 Publicity, circa 1957- (White's Uvalde Mines Screenings, San Antonio, Texas, vol. 6 no. 6, "Beaumont"; diagram map, "Town Bluff Dam"; event logo, "Texas Police 1987 Olympics, Beaumont, Texas" / Sergeant Robert Shifleet, artist; brochure, "Service to Beaumont Business" / Chamber of Commerce of Beaumont). 7 26 News articles, Texas, Houston Chronicle Sunday Magazine, "The Golden Triangle", October 31, 1965. 7 1 27 1 Photo ra h, Beaumont residential, circa 1970. 7 28 Book, spiral, "Beaumont, Texas, Remembers Art Fischer"/Chamber of Commerce Industrial Department, 1965 (correspondence, news articles, and aerial photographs). 7 29 Photographs, Aerial—Industrial and Beaumont business labeled, circa 1965. 7 30 Photographs, Aerial—Industrial and Beaumont business labeled, circa 1965. 7 31 Photographs, Aerial—Industrial and Beaumont business labeled, circa 1965. 7 32 Photographs, Aerial—Industrial and Beaumont business labeled, circa 1965. 7 33 Publicity Department Press Releases (1959, 1963): "Prepared for: PPG People" (February 27, 1963) 1 "Prepared for Milner Enterprises, I nc." (March 30, 1959) / Publicity Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : typescript, loose leaves : 3 pp ; 28cm.; "Agriculture" (circa 1960) 1 leaf ; 28cm.; "Transportation" (circa 1961) : incomplete, page #2 : 1 leaf ; 28 cm.; "For The Ledger" (circa 1959) : cultural and recreation attractions, Lamar Tech : typescript, loose leaves : 3 pp ; 28cm.; "Howard J. Hicks" [for The Spotlight?] : new construction projects by Mobil Chemical and Southern Pacific Railroad, grain elevator, First Security National Bank Building : typescript, 1 leaf ; 28cm.; "History" : Indians to oil to shipping : typescript, 2 loose leaves ; 28cm. 8 1 Photo ra hs, Museums—Gladys City Museum opening, circa 1976. 8 2 Photographs, Historical—Mamie Mc Faddin and Mc Faddin-Ward house party, circa 1919. 8 3 Photographs, Business Beaumont, Tex.), circa 1990 -circa 1999. 8 4 Photographs, Buildings, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (Chamber of Commerce building, Julie Rogers Theatre). 8 5 Photographs, People—Individuals, Beaumont Personalities, circa 1976 -circa 1989 ([Evelyn Lord]; [Cokinos]; [Moore]; Darlene Colemanad; T.P. Walker, Vice President, Irving Trust Company). 8 6 Photographs, Art—The Indian Dancers / Nicolai Ivanovich Fechin Stark Museum of Art, Orange, Tex.), circa 1946. 8 7 Photographs; People—Groups, Sister City, Beppu City, Japan, visitors, with City of Beaumont Representatives, circa 1990 (Japanese Representatives identified: T. Tanaka, P.M. Koyama, N. Ebata, M. Tamura, K. Nakajima, T. Fukushi e, S. So o, K. Yamada, Y. Tamoi, I. Tenon, T. Hashimoto, [R. Honda], H. Mitsuchi, T. Honma, [M.] Hirota, Y. Shimogama, J. Nakagawa, T. Fukushige, Y. Horiuchi, Y. Komatsubara, T. Tajima; Beaumont Representatives identified: B. Van Benthuysen, K.C. Bennett, G.A. Van Meter (Port Commissioner), I. Cawthorne (Executive Director of Chamber of Commerce), D. Gibbons, H. Oxford (Attorney), W. Kimbrough (President Beaumont Commission), H. Nix (Port Commissioner), [I.] Martin, H. Mosley, L. Porter (Port Commissioner), A. Loughm[iu] (Vice President, Gulf States Utilities), G. Lampert). 8 8 Photographs; People—Groups, Sister City, Beppu City, Japan, visitors, with City of Beaumont Representatives, circa 1990 (same as previous with added: Japanese Representative: T. Inoue, Kawasaki). 8 9 Photographs; People—Groups, Sister City, Beppu City, Japan, visitors, with City of Beaumont Representatives, circa 1990 (same as previous with added: Japanese Representative: M. Masumoto, H. Ushijima (U.S. Embassy), T. Ishiyama, T. Honma, M. Iwashita, Y. Teshima; Beaumont Representative: J. Martin (Director)). 8 10 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Jack Brooksl). 8 11 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Beaumont Eye Associates: Dr. Jerry Lehman, Joe Luce, Gay Chionsini; [David Moore]; [Jack Brooks]; Janet Fernie; Judy Bagwell, Joe Luce; Jeanette Holmes, Shirley Bartos, Dolly Johnson, Kevin Brady (Executive Vice -President); Ted Arnold, Virual Holbrook, Shirley Loeffler; Dean Mosley (Executive Director CUB); Roby Robards (Communications Director), Joe B. Redman (Printer); Dolly Johnson (Director, First Stop Bus Center); Brooks Goodhue. 8 12 Photographs, People—Groups, Parties and events, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified; Joe Luce). 8 13 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Drew Eisen, Suzy Juncker, Sheila Stewart, Tim Hemphill). 8 14 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Karen Bundick (Temp CUB), Judy Bagwell (Secretary CUB); Virual Holbrook, Roby Robards; Gay Chionsini (Director, O erations Division); ShirleyBartos . 8 15 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified). 8 16 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Muckleberr 's Home Cooking). 8 17 Photographs, People—Groups, Christmas parade, circa 1985 (not identified). 8 18 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1989 (not identified). 8 19 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1989 (not identified). 8 20 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980 -circa 1989 not identified; Renee Kasseroler, Keith Johnson; [Tom Harken] (Casa OI€); Blake Schultz, Jr. (Royal Airlines), Leslie Benton (Director of Sales, Beaumont Plaza Holliday Inn), George Parrett (Beaumont Program for Human Services); Trey Kettle and Beaumont Trivia board game). 8 21 Photographs, People—Groups, Ribbon cuttings (business openings), circa 1980-circa 1989 (not identified; [Maury Meyers]; Bradford; [Petrocon Engineering]; [Lulu Smith]; [Lamar University First City ATM]; [White Tire Supply]; [Sears, Parkdale Mall]; [Cokinos]; [The Hem Shop]; [Pearl's & God's Handiwork]; [Andy's Auto Re air Blim ie, Dowlen Streetj). 8 22 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980-circa 1999 (not identified; Cabco Business Forms: Paul Cabra (President), Carol Cabra (Vice -President), Nancy Worthington, Connie Miles; Little Cottage-Saunders Home: Mayor Bill Neild, Susan Fernie, Marie Freeman and Evelyn Gerber; [Two's Company]; [Banger's]; Waldensoftware . 8 23 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980-circa 1989 (not identified; Nails by Verdie; Mike Burrow; Dr. Tom Nelson; Gary Cocker; Watson; [Yards of Fun]; Crossroads Bowling Center: Mayor Maury Meyers, Senator Phil Gramm, Jimmy Hayes; Broussard; Bob Morris (Medi-Quick); Leon Moncla (Moncla's Catering Service, Chamber Ambassador). 8 24 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980-circa 1989 (not identified; Sherry [Street], Sharon [E..]; Capt'n Sams; Eagle Shield Radiant Barrier; Kinkos; East Texas Autoshield; Auto Salon . 8 25 Photographs, People—Groups, circa 1980-circa 1989 (not identified; Sheila Stewart; Art Museum; Munro's; MHMR; Shoppers Mini Mall; Crossroads; Parkdale Plaza; Nicols; Minute Man Press; Jim Holcomb; Ann Williams; Po itos..;). 9 1 Photographs, People, circa 1990-circa 1999 (not identified; Shirley [B..]; Texas Commerce Bank; [Evelyn Lord]; [David Moore]; Faust Engineering and Surveying; Beaumont Spinal Care Associates; Beaumont Hilton, Poquito Bar; Hardees, Washington Blvd; Beaumont Regional Professional Tower; Cookies in Bloom; Professional Legal Documents, Inc.; McArthur School; Golden Croissant; Lone Star Raceway; Carrabbas Italian Grill . 9 2 Photographs, People, circa 1990-circa 1999 (not identified; KFDM "Light Flight", Kelfstrom; Popeyes Fried Chicken, [11st]; First National Security Corp.; Crawford's Barber Academy; Bill Hickman; Bessie Chisum; Kevin Smith; Mike Smith; Lynn Bond, Beverly Hickman, Lynda Nebb, Linda Roberson; Beaumont Surgical Center; David Moore]; CD Warehouse; U.S. Air). 9 3 Photographs, People, circa 1990-circa 1999 (not identified; Clothestime; Cheryl King; Texas Employment Commission; Tammy Hannigan; Sylvan Learning Center; Hodge Falkenhagen; Dynamic Cars; Kaleidoscope; Page Net; Larry Beaulieu; Neighborhood Loan Center; Tavis Boating Center; Merry Maids; Alliance Engineering and Design). 9 4 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; UTMB Beaumont; Talbot's; Evelyn Lord; Texas Helping Hands; P& M Texaco Express Lube; Bessie Chisum; Dynamic Cars; Workout Studio; New View; Furrows Building Material). 9 5 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Style Palace; U Save; Ed Field, Cliff Haebel, Bessie Chisum, Nancy Beaulieu; Jo Beth Lackey, Ed Field, Nancy Beaulieu; Tiny Toddler Universe; Alert Medical; Jim Morrison, Vera Rodriguez). 9 6 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; New York Life, Beaumont; The Barbecue & Lagniappe Restaurant; Beaumont Trophies; Century 21; Kaleidoscope; Jack -I n -The -Box; Myrna Ellsworth, Paul Hay, Wanda Phelan; Dr. Roy Marrero, Jr., M.D.; Treasure House; Signs First; Poochies; Ranger Medical; R.D. Kirkland & Associates; Vacuum World; Nursing Resource; Home Furniture). 9 7 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Austin Express; Community Bank, Dowlen; Act II; David Moore; Andrew F. Cokinos; Mike Smith). 9 8 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Ches[nutj Real Estate). 9 9 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Area Impressions Caps & T's; First Bank & Trust; S & M Bargain City; Poochie's; Buckner Children's Village; Designing Sisters Florist; Global Home Health; SET Community Health Clinic; ACORN, Amelia Neighborhood Association; Sutherlands; A & E Spring and Front End; Villa's of Sunnyside; Amy Weaver; Poochie's; Kitchen Konce ts; Child Vision; Allpro Audio). 9 10 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; American Neck & Back Clinic; Texas Commerce Bank, Phelan; Beaumont State Center; Sacks Resale Shop; First Bank & Trust; Dispute Resolution Center of Jefferson County; Social Security; Golden Triangle Fun Center; Jackson Hewitt Tax Service; Celeste Healthcare Service, Inc.; FNSC Mortgage; Merle Norman; Neches River Terminal, Port of Beaumont; Guaranty Federal Bank; ABC Personalized Books; ARO Lab/Foot Fitters). 9 11 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; David's Upstairs; Vera Rodregues, Shirley Loeffler, Sue Hebert, Leon Moncla; Elaine Schnieder, du Perier Real Estate; Leon Moncla). 9 12 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Steve McCorkle, Dr. Lynn Godkin; Holiday I nn Plaza, interior). 9 13 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; [Becker] Printing Company; Kay's Composition Company; Cheers Full Service Salon; Fettuccini's; Brushes & Bows). 9 14 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; [Larry Beaulieu]; Joe B. Redmond, Gwen Blackwell; Alan Hefty; Thomas F. Williams; Omar Flores). 9 15 Photo ra hs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 not identified). 9 16 Photographs, People—Fashion Show, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified). 9 17 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Beaumont Neurological; Mash; Golden [Impods]; Sherri Fudge; Beaumont Motor Co.; The Cadillac; Jefferson County Airport, interior). 9 18 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; children in ethnic costume). 9 19 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Ne tunes; American National; David Moore). 9 20 Photographs, People, circa 1980 -circa 1999 (not identified; Youth Leadership Program group; Catering Etc., Lumberton; Accident & Injury Center, Beaumont; Blockbuster Video, Phelan Blvd; Po Comp, Calder; Hospice of the Three Rivers, Beaumont; The Hanger, Jefferson County Airport; Waffle House, Interstate 10, Beaumont; Dr. George Katei; Leadership Beaumont group; Beaumont Medical and Surgical Hospital, Beaumont; Cheddars Casual Cafe; 112 Price Mattress; Oil City Tractors, College Street; Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic (negative)). 9 21 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Quality Care Sitter Service; Terry's Fitness Connection; Best Choice Automotive; Guaranty Federal Bank, Interstate 10, Beaumont; International Archives; J.P. Roberts, M.D.). 9 22 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Beaumont 7up Bottling Company, Buckner Calderwood Retirement [center]; Dr. J.P. Robert[sl relocation, Hospital Drive). 9 23 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified). 9 24 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Pinkerton Security SchmArt Engineering, PetroTex Fuels; a leone; Envirotune Car Care). 9 25 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Ramirez Carpet and Tile). 9 26 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Wood's Southwestern Bell, Authorized Wireless Agent). 9 27 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Papa John's; Girls Haven). 9 28 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Dowlen Road Veterinary Center; Country Cookin Spices; Hair Emporium; Advanced Computer Technology; Oakwood Mobil Homes; Superior Mortgage; Austin Express Airlines; Asset Growth Assoc. of Texas; Gulf Employees Credit Union; U.S. Unwired; Two's Company and More; The Sawmill; Sheri Arnold Properties, Inc.; Pine Valley Golf Complex; Jefferson County Appraisal; Hotel Beaumont [New Facility]; Home Depot; Aspen Mountain Air; Kids Korner; Roy Steinhagen, volunteer of the year; Bow Tie Wedding and DJ Service; American Legion Post 817; Curves for Women; Dowlen Oaks; Excell Home Care, Inc.; Express Personnel Services; Sports Page Bar & Grill; Ribbon -cutting, Tri -temps; Normand & Hornsby; Reliable Siding; Comfort Inn, Interstate 10; Mail -It Here; B.E.S.T. Massage; Hair Razors; Conn's Appliances; Jackson Hewitt Tax Service; The Lazy Lizard; Performance Car Audio; Scooters Plus; Yosemite Brokers ffi [Log Lenders of America . 9 29 Photograph(s); Texas Energy Museum, circa 1989. 9 30 Photographs; Scenic views. circa 1980 -circa 1989 (slides: scenic [possibly non -Beaumont]; photographs: Neches River scenes, Beaumont sky -lines). 10 1 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; U S Unwired; Pine Valley Golf Complex; David Moore; Country Cookin; negatives: The Commercial Floor Covering Company; Speedy Stop Food Store). 10 2 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Advantage Home Health; American National Insurance; The Computer Cafe; Hastings' Books, Music & Video, Inc.; House of Style; Neptune's Reef; PCA Health Plans of Texas; Quality Home Health; S & M Bargain City of Texas; S.E.T.A.P.E., Inc.; The Sports Depot; Delta Career Institute; Basic Foods Market, Ltd; Baskets & Things; Hotel Beaumont; Reflections Custom Framing; Guarantee Federal Bank; Blood & Plasma Research, Inc.; U.C. Lending; Shelton Automotive; Souper Salad; Southern Delight, Washington Blvd.; The Bunker Sports Bar & Grill; West Marine; Career Assessment; Boomtown, U.S.A.; Lamar University Institute of Technology, Process Operating Technology; Green Acres Convalescent Center; C.P.S.T. [Corporate Personnel Service & Temps]; August Interior/ Exterior; Joes Seafood & More; Mobil Exxpress Mart; Nursing House Calls; Poochies; Priority Paternal Care; Texas Internet Shop, Inc.). 10 3 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Dominoes Pizza; Edward Jones). 10 4 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified). 10 5 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; U.S. OI m ics). 10 6 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Bow Tie Entertainment, Mobile D.J.). 10 7 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified). 10 8 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; negatives: Edward D. Jones & Company). 10 9 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Better Business Bureau; Tri Temps, Professional Temporaries; American Building Materials; Beaumont Chamber). 10 10 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Smith Alarm, Calder; Computer Shak; Hot Stuff Pizza; Fuddruckers New Playground; Physical Therapy Associates; Holiday Inn -Midtown; Advanced Computer Technolo 10 11 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Vacuum World; Will Ray's Bar -B-0 Company). 10 12 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Lazy Lizard; Advanced Computer Technolo 10 13 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Post Oak Grill; [Mayorl David Moore). 10 14 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Birch Telecommunications; Mannings; Alternative HealthCare; Running "L" Enterprises; Kid's Korner; Chamber of Commerce [personnel] in front of Chamber building; PageNet; Advanced Staffing; Buckner Calderwood Retirement). 10 15 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Essentials by Townsley Designs; Texas Marine; Professional In Home Health Care; Investment Management; Edward D. Jones; Community Phar m acy; Key West). 10 16 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Patricia Leger, American Personnel and Temps; Tim Morris, Cellular One). 10 17 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Mannings, Dowlen; Kid's Korner; [Mayorl David Moore). 10 18 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Investment Management and Research, Inc., Ron Legnion, Financial Advisor). 10 19 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Fire Station #6, Beaumont; Gulf Coast Orthodontic Specialist, Beaumont; Edward Jones & Company; Rising Chiropractic Clinic; Hampton Inn, Beaumont; Domino's Pizza; Hospice of the Three Rivers). 10 20 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Beaumont Medi Rents; Collier Park; Dr. Morrell; Edward D. Jones; For the Kid In You; Gateway Shopping Center; Villas of Sunny - Side; The Natural Touch; Beall's, Parkdale Mall; Books -A- Million, Parkdale Mall; Collision Classics; Gift Gallery; Sears; The Southeast Texas Camp Fire Council, Inc.; Superior Home Health Care; KTCX 102.5 FM). 10 21 Photo ra hs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified). 10 22 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; B&G Lawn Furniture). 10 23 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Alfonso 's Home Accessories &..; Lulu Smith]). 10 24 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Luke Trahin with press release . 10 25 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; S.A.F.E.; Sweet Magnolias). 10 26 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Chambers Clinic for Hair Restoration; Beaumont Bone & Joint; Tri Con, I nc.; Post Oak Grill; Alfonso's). 10 27 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; J & J Manufacturing Company; Warren Loose Conservatory visitors buildin 10 28 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; S.A.F.E. Credit Union; Lu Lu's; Furniture & Woodwork; Ambassador team of the year; Sweet Magnolia's; L.U.I.T.; Aliorah's Lazy Lizard; Signs First; Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors;[Larry Beaulieu . 10 29 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Lazy Lizard). 10 30 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified; Royal Essence Candles; Progressive Insurance; Kitchen Koncepts; Gulf Employees Credit Union; The Commercial Floor Covering Company; Kick Stand Bicycle Shop; ABS Alarms, ADT Dealer; S encer's Gift Gallery; Aerial Communications; CC Staffing). 10 31 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; International House of Pancakes; [Mayorl David Moore). 10 32 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Outback Steakhouse; Girls Haven; Community Bank). 10 33 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; [Evelyn Lord]; [Larry Beaulieu]; Micky Bertrand; A. Conte, Guinea . 10 34 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Texas Internet Shop; Ma or David Moorej). 10 35 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Waffle House; The Hangar, Bar & Grill, Conference Room). 10 36 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Fay e's Jewelry; Royal Essence). 10 37 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Sherwin Williams; Papa John's; First Baptist Church School; Cellular One; JCJ's Auto Detail Center; First Bank & Trust, Trust De artment; Ramirez Carpet & Tile; Mirex Corporation). 10 38 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Beaumont Area Educators Federal Credit Union; Advertisement photo, Hats off to Graduating Seniors). 10 39 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; [Mayor] David Moore; Andrew Cokinos ; Guaranty Federal .. 10 40 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Business Showcase '93; Pa eNet; [Mayor Evelyn Lordl). 10 41 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Business Showcase '93). 10a 1 Photographs, Medical, circa 1970-1989 (All Care, Inc.: Connie Ward; Beaumont Eye Associates: Annette Moore; Saint Mary's: Dr. Ramos Garcia; Metro: Carolyn Wonders; Beki Burton; Metro: Park Place; Bisho Byrne Regional Wellness Center). 10a 1 2 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 not identified). 10a 3 Photographs: Banquets, Meetings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; K106 World's Largest Office Party (April 1988); Knight; Allred). 10a 4 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Microfilm Processors, Inc.; airport interior). 10a 5 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Old Crockett Street Market; airport interior). 10a 6 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; ..Assistance Center; ... University; Allstate..). 10a 7 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings and Ground Breakings, circa 1970- 1989 (not identified; Budget Signs; sewing machine repairs; ...Plaza). 10a 8 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings; office Christmas tree, circa 1970- 1989 not identified; Interstate Distribution; Diagnostic Center; Southwest Financial Planners; Torchy's; Debes Print Express; office Christmas tree). 10a 9 Photographs: Office and events, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; 1" Chairman Council (1985), Don's Seafood; Lou Saldana, Book Keeper (1985); V...B Claudia, BAH Hoffbrau's (1985); Gwen Blackwell, Conv. Sales (1985)). 10a 10 Photographs: Gatherings & Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; 1" Chairman's Council, Don's Seafood (1985)). 10a 11 Photographs: Ground Breakings, Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Taekwondo, M. Conway; ambassador of the month; Pompeii Italian; Family Dollar; Summer Market Buildin 10a 12 Photographs: Ground Breakings, Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Port of Beaumont, Carrol Street Transit Shed; J. Afton's; U.S.A. Drug Store; Delta School; The Book Galler . 10a 13 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 not identified). 10a 14 Photographs: Ground Breakings, Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; groundbreaking, Martin Luther King, Junior Parkway, phase 111 Beaumont, Texas)). 10a 15 Photographs: Chamber Office, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Jeanette Holmes, receptionist (1985); Roosevelt, S[an] J[ancinto] Bld 1986 ; office Christmas 1985 .tree 10a 16 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Gerona Bassett; Bobby Donald, manager; Microfilm Professionals, Inc.; Forever Yours; Daniel K. Irish, D.C.; Putting Around..). 10a 17 Photographs: Gatherings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; [Hoffbrau] restaurant (...Ride the economic wave..) meeting; [Rick Conal 10a 18 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings and Gatherings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Williamson, Rock -N -Robbin; Capt'n Sam's; Small Business Trade Fair; Nancy Guedr ; Rex Goode; Terr .. 10a 19 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; U.S.A. Drugstore). 10a 20 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Nevada Bobs Dis ountl Golf . 10a 21 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, Gatherings, office personnel (not identified; Small Business Trade Fair (Beaumont, Texas); Roger..., KFDM-TV; Mulkberry's Home Cooking; Holiday Inn, 11" Street interior gathering; Fame Uptown; Virual Holbrook, Member Coordinator; Gay Chionsini, Director Operations Division; Barbara Perry, EDC; Shirley Loeffler; Randy Holbrook; Ted Arnold; Frank Loeffler; Dolly Johnson; Janet Fernie; Joe Luce; Kevin Brady; Staff Luncheon; Jeanette Holmes (1985)). 10a 22 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, , circa 1970-1989 (not identified; J. Afton's fine jewelr , calder; Allstate). 10a 23 Photographs: Office gatherings, Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1990 (Not identified; Family Dollar; Charles King, CPA). 10a 24 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1990 (not identified; National Car Rental, [airport interior]; Jean Byrd, P[ort] A[rthur] Chamber of Commerce; Beaumont Plaza, Holiday Inn interior; BAH -Hilton; Jo Culbertson; Stacy West; [Sompone] R.; [Gladys City Museum] atherin 10a 25 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, Groundbreakings, circa 1970-1989 not identified; Mike McFarland; BAH, Patrizi's interior). 10a 26 Photographs: Groundbreakings, Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; The Gazebo Restaurant; Crossroads Bowling Center; Golden Triangle RV Service; Medl nc.; Danny Wheat; BNH [Beaumont Neurological Hospital; Leister &Jacobellis, Lawyers; Chevron RC (1986); R.C. Lanier; Carl Parker; Franklin Young; Fud Rosiek; Holiday Inn, Beaumont, 1-10—Midtown; Brown Bag Sandwich Shop; Trophy Hunter [Archery]; Leon Tomasine Womack; Mrs. Miller; Shirley; Dave Mitter, Owner; Nell Baize; A s oc Texas, [Apacl Grand Opening). 10a 27 Photographs: dinner gathering [meeting], circa 1970-1989 (not identified). 10a 28 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, office personnel, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; Holliday Inn interior; LaZersett; Dan Hallmark, Texas Commerce Bank; Bill Kimbrou h). 10a 29 Photographs: Ribbon Cuttings, circa 1970-1989 (not identified; John Adams; Steve Wade; D. W. Gee; Shirley Lake; Beaumont Mayor M. Meyers; American Health Services President, David Lakes 11 1 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; First Bank & Trust; Twice As Good). 11 2 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Neches Communications, Inc.; John H. Jordan Laboratory at Mobil; Prismwear; Quality Shoe Repair; Universal Infusion, Ambulatory IV Clinic; HealthCor, Inc.; Robyn Slaughter; [Kin Mofoa ; ne : Clothestime . 11 3 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Beaumont Minority Business Development Center; CV Exchange, Inc., Front Wheel Drive Axles, Rack and Pinions). 11 4 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; LB Retreat, Brown Center, Oran e . 11 5 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; John H. Jordan Laboratory, Mobil, Beaumont). 11 6 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Dynamic Cars; Sylvan Learning Systems). 11 7 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; UTMB Beaumont; New View, Partial Hospitalization Center, Inc.; Furrow). 11 8 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Mirex Cor oration of Texas; ne : Business showcase at civic center). 11 9 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Community Pharmacy; Cellular Onegroundbreaking). 11 10 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Membership drive breakfast at Parkdale). 11 11 Photo ra hs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified). 11 12 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Mike 1 Ireland; Candi Crain). 11 13 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Outback Steakhousel). 11 14 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Beaumont Spinal Care Associates; Laser Recon (Toner cartridge recharge and repair); Mike Smith; Shirley Bartos; Bob Henderson; Dana Timaeus). 11 15 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Golden Croissant; Rotary Club of South Park, MacArthur Park). 11 16 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; High Tech Signs; Coburns Plumbing and Air Conditioning Supplies). 11 17 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Century 21; Beaumont Trophies; Jack -I n -The -Box; The Barbecue and Lagniappe Restaurant). 11 18 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; U.S.P.S. Remote Encoding Station). 11 19 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Hardee's). 11 20 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; All Pro Audio). 11 21 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Professional Legal Documents, Inc.). 11 22 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Edward D. Jones). 11 23 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; The Perfumery Gift Sho 111 24 1 Photo ra hs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified). 11 25 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Merle Norman; Neches River Terminal; Chiropractor). 11 26 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Designing Sisters Florist & Glamour Photography; Global Health Care). 11 27 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; The Collage; Eclectic). 11 28 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Mehaffy & Weber, Slip & Fall Seminar). 11 29 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; GTE Mobilnet, Neches Communications, Inc.). 11 30 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Home Furniture Company). 11 31 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Texas Marine). 11 32 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Golf Tournament participants and trophies). 11 33 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Business showcase, Star Graphics Circus of the Stars; Business showcase, Casa Ole / Crazy Jose; First Bank and Trust; CV Exchange, I nc., (front wheel drive axles, rack & pinions); Beaumont Minority Business Development Center; Twice As Good; Parrett; Stokes; Jim Cook, U.S. Department of Commerce; Lonnie Arrington, Chamber of Commerce; Phil Gramm, Texas Senator). 11 34 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Prime Bank; Faust Engineering & Survey; Endoscopy Center of Southeast Texas; Analytic Stress Relieving, I nc.; Kinko's Copy; J. J.'s Accent; Grand Duerr Manor; Celebrations; Nacol's; Laser Recon). 11 35 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Ditto's 2 Comes, Jefferson County Home Health Care, Inc.). 11 36 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Cellular One; Goodrich Employees Federal Credit Union). 11 37 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Golden Triangle Cycle Center; Jamin's Fine Jewelry; Jack In the Box; Steve Stockman's Congressional Headquarters; Home Furniture; Travis Hardware; Liz Iz; Kitchen Koncepts; Heirlooms; Chesnutt Real Estate; LI; Hoffbrau; National Tire Wholesale; Branson Specialties; Cardinal Glass Company; Fire Station # 14; Neighborhood Loan Center; Beaumont Hilton). 11 38 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Fancy Wrapz; First Bank & Trust, Phelan Blvd; Jackson Hewitt; Celeste Health Care Services, I nc.; Coburn's Plumbing & Air Conditioning; business showcase, Civic Center). 11 39 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Dutch Consul General, Alexander C.H. Van Schelle, at Nederland Chamber Banquet; Bill Reynolds; Roger Hebert; International Precision Industries; Captain Wicks II, Seafood Restaurant; PRN Medical). 11 40 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (First Bank and Trust building, Groves, Tex.; Dr. Paul Shaw; Saladin; D. Powell; Fred Coeb). 11 41 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (Dr. Charles Joseph Caske , M.D.; Dr. John N. Moore). 11 42 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 not identified). 11 43 Photographs, People, circa 1990 -circa 1999 (not identified; Home Depot; U.S. Postal Service Remote Encoding Site; Dram Catcher; High Tech Signs; Allied Personnel; Merry Maids; Travis Boating Center; Alliance Engineering & Design). 12 1 Slides: Portraits: C.R. Bone (1911); W. P. Hobby (1912); John L. Keith (1920); J.J. Nathan (1913); W.C. Tyrrell (1907); J. Winston Procter (1961); G.H. Shepherd (1926); Business buildings: First Security National (circa 1970); The Fair Store, downtown (circa 1970); Kress Store, Liberty Theater; First Federal Bank (1978); Lamar University, accounting building (circa 1970); Beaumont Iron Works, Inc., blacksmith shop and power house (circa 1920); Jose Miller Company, Feed & Mill (circa 1915); John Dollinger's Boiler & Sheet Iron Works, interior (circa 1920); Malone & Hyde, Inc., Food Distributors, exterior (circa 1980); Ideco Metal Yard & Buildings (circa 1970); Bill Thames Pharmacy, Fayes Artcrafts, H.G. Nichols Realtors, Builders, Hayes Optical, Mr. Craigs, Ye Olde Sewing Shoppe (circa 1972); museum: Gladys City Boomtown Museum circa 1980); subjects: railroad tracks, rodeo, hospital, downtown Beaumont, beach, ocean sunset, tennis, trees and ba ou/waterwa s. 12 2 Slides: Portraits: R.M. "Jack" Frost (1966); E. E. Plumly (1916); T.H. Nees (1934); P.B. Doty (1928); R. H. Kinsloe (1927); buildings: proposed Civic Center (circa 1970); Orleans Plaza: Butch Hoffers, Merrill Lynch, First Security National Bank; Gulf States Utilities building [Entergy] (circa 1980); First Methodist Church expansion downtown Beaumont (circa 1977); Gateway Shopping Center (circa 1960); White House department store, Orleans Street, downtown Beaumont (circa 1970); Morgan & Lindsey, Orleans (circa 1970); United States Postal Encoding Center, Beaumont (circa 1970); Jefferson Theatre (circa 1970); Petroleum Building, American National Bank, on Park Street (circa 1970); Beaumont Public Library (circa 1970); French Trading Post and marker (circa 1970); San Jacinto building, Jefferson Theatre (circa 1980); Beaumont Civic Center (circa 1970); Lamar University, John & Mary Gray Library, Beaumont (circa 1978); Beaumont City Hall (circa 1970); museum: Babe Didrickson Zaharias Museum (circa 1980); Parkdale Mall (circa 1970); subjects: Central Development Corporation, traffic central business district, First Baptist Church parking lot, Southwestern Bell logo, Beaumont downtown, Beaumont self -guide tours and historical markers, Jefferson County Courthouse additions, fireworks). 12 3 Slides: people: Babe Didrikson (circa 1930); buildings: Tyrrell Historical Library (circa 1980); Jefferson County Airport (circa 1980); Parkdale Mall (circa 1970); [Beaumont Municipal] Airport (circa 1975); Sears and Roebuck department store (circa 1980); First Baptist Church (circa 1980); Lamar University John & Mary Gray Library (circa 1984); Parkdale Mall, interior (circa 1984); French Trading Post (circa 1984); Lucas Elementary (circa 1984); Gulf States [Entergy] building [Edison Plaza] (circa 1984); Beaumont Visitor Information Center (circa 1984); First Federal Bank (circa 1984); Szafir's Office Supplies (circa 1984); R.C. Miller Memorial Library branch (circa 1984); Police department/ Municipal Court building (circa 1984); First Methodist Church (circa 1970); First Baptist Church (circa 1970); Petroleum Building, [E.F. Hutton and Company] (circa 1970); Hotel Beaumont, The Fair, Inc. (circa 1970); New Southwestern Bell building (circa 1970); Ridgewood Hotel; museum: Babe Didrikson Zaharias Museum (circa 1982), [Art Museum] (circa 1980); subjects: golf course, fountain, park, children soccer, trees in bayou [waterway], architectural drawing, model. 12 4 Slides: buildings: Alex Fiegelson Company building (circa 1970); Beaumont State Bank (circa 1972); Civic Center, interior, business expo (circa 1979); monument: Lucas Gusher Spindletop monument; subjects: farm equipment, Big Thicket flowers, canoe on river, oil field derricks, street sign, beach scene, ballet, O'Brien oak tree, hunting. 12 5 Slides: building: Mildred Building Apartments circa 1984); museums: Spindle Top Oil Field Museum (circa 1977); [French Museum], interior (circa 1977); subjects: theater productions, football, fishing, horse races, hunting. 12 6 Slides: buildings: Jefferson County Courthouse (circa 1984); [Beaumont Art Museum?], residential home (circa 1984); Lamar University Lloyd B. Cherry Engineering building (circa 1980); Beaumont Public Library, Main; Lamar University John & Mary Gray Library (circa 1976); Tyrrell Public Library, Pearl Street (circa 1970); museums: [Beaumont Art Museum?], Gladys City Boomtown Museum; subjects: Spindletop Boomtown Days annual celebration (circa 1984), Gladys City Museum, basket weaving, tennis, hunting, Southeast Texas State Fair, parks and open space (map), refinery, dancers, golf course, boating, sail boat, water ski, beach, sunset, marsh, Interstate highway, basketball, theater, tug boat, string ensemble, river front park. 12 7 Slides: buildings: South Park High School (circa 1968); Lamar State College of Technology Liberal Arts building (circa 1968); Saint Anne's Catholic School and students (circa 1980); Monsignor Kelly High School (circa 1968); Forest Park High School (circa 1970); First Federal Savings and Loan Association (circa 1980); Jefferson County Courthouse and parking lot (circa 1970); Beaumont Civic Center drawings (circa 1974); subjects: Interstate 10; Texas A & M University, Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Beaumont (circa 1970); Port of Beaumont (circa 1970); Lucas Gusher S indleto (1901). 12 8 Slides: buildings: Jefferson Theater (circa 1970); French Trading Post and historical marker (circa 1980); Parkdale Mall (circa 1976); Tyrrell Public Library (circa 1977); Gladys City Boomtown Museum (circa 1980); Southwestern Bell building (circa 1970); Spindle Top Oilfield Museum and entrance sign (circa 1974); Gateway Shopping Center and parking lot (circa 1965); Neches [Electrical Power] Station on Neches River (circa 1970); French Trading Post and historical marker (circa 1980); construction of Police Station and Municipal Court Building (circa 1970); Beaumont Visitors Information Center (circa 1970); City Hall and Civic Center (circa 1970); Phelan Mansion or Convent with sisters (circa 1970); Gilbert boathouse (circa 1970); subjects: peppers, Neches Valley Producers Association, golf, Hilton Hotel, Orleans Street, San Jacinto building awnings, Port of Beaumont, "Alcoa Mariner", railroad, Beaumont Country Club aerial, bayou scene. 12 9 Slides: sewage/drain lines, historical images: Lois Mocoso, de Soto expedition; Episcopal Mission of Good Shepherd; Eastern Texas Electric Company; first Boy Scout Troop and encampment (1910); Beaumont Music Society production (1926); Alice Keith tea gathering; Jim Ory, Ed Van Wormer, Bart Wilkerson, Simpson B. Stevenson; Charles Charlton and T.T. Pollard; Desso family; Beaumont Police force and first African-American Policeman (circa 1913); World War I military units marching in Beaumont parade (circa 1918); Andrew Young and Melton YMCA; Beaumont Exporters baseball (1928); Western Union Messenger force (1941); F.L. Carroll family (circa 1910); Lafitte; first African- American band (circa 1930); Magnolia band (1924); Tony Ippolito family and bottling works (circa 1910); John N. Gilbert; Dr. Zachary Taylor Fuller; Mrs. Nora Lee [Fipkin] Haltom; Nathan Gilbert; F.L. Carroll; Christian Hildebrandt; Levi Simpson; James B. Langham; James M. Long; George W. Kidd; W.P.H. Mc Faddin; Anthony Lucas; J. Henry Phelan art portrait; Captain William C. Tyrrell; M. Frank Yount; subjects: oil fields and derricks, symphony, Port of Beaumont cotton, railroad "golden spike" (1907), Women's Club (1895), North End School class, boarding house, Chief Carl Kennedy and prohibition, Weiss. 12 10 Slides: drilling barge; Refinery; Spindletop; Nederland streets; Port Arthur streets; Beaumont Shipbuilding and Drydock Company (circa 1908); Kirby Lumber; broom factory; Hinchee home interior; parks; sports and recreation; early fire department museum equipment; South Park Drive -In (circa 1940); airmail; crop dusting; bus charters; early automobiles; Frank Yount; Fire Chief; automobile repair. 12 11 Slides: Hotel Dieu Hospital; medical services; C.E. Walden home at Washington & Park Street; Municipal Hospital; Saint Elizabeth Hospital; Neches Belle; Neches Iron Works; Don Kelly postcards; East Texas Electric Interurban garage; first South Park school building; Long Lumber Company school for employees; aerial; Millard School; First Negro school building; shotgun houses (circa 1970); railroad; street scenes; Beaumont Hotel Saloon; First Baptist Church (circa 1930); Hotel Fields & Cafe; Edson Hotel, Edison Plaza, Goodhue building; Jefferson Theatre; Hotel Beaumont; Hotel Dieu (circa 1950); Beaumont Banner; Dixie Club; Beaumont early schools; Hand bill to move to Texas (1836); Sour Springs at Spindletop advertisement; Rockefeller/ Higgins rejection letter; Beaumont News -Beacon; Beaumont Enterprise first edition (1880); telephone operators; Phelan Wholesale Grocery Company cars and drivers at Figgly Wiggly Number Six (circa 1925); Nancy Tevis Market; Pear Street Grocery; Beaumont Male and Female Academy; O'Brien's amnesty oath; transfer of slave girl Maria; documents; Postmaster; torpedo boats; lumber; Tyrrell Public Library; Beaumont Public Library; people groups; fair rounds; Z. T. Fuller; art, Spindletop viewing her gusher. 12 13 Slides: Jack Brooks Federal Building (circa 1970); Saint Teresa Hospital; Beaumont Hospital; Jefferson County Courthouse; Beaumont Police Station; YMCA; Gaylynn Theater, interior (1949); Southern Pacific Depot; French Trading Post; Beaumont City Hall; Hotel Beaumont; Jefferson Theatre; C. E. Walden home, Washington; Post Office and Federal Building at Pearl & Liberty; barber shop (circa 1885); aged Temperance Building (circa 1972); fraternity house [Gordon home?]; Griffith [agriculture] nursery; ship, City of Beaumont; invention, Butt Cutter to avoid feeding wet straw through thresher; Lamar University, aerial (circa 1955); Magnolia Petroleum, aerial; Beaumont Rice Mills, aerial; Fair Grounds, aerial; ship, City of Beaumont, launched; Beaumont Series: Publications 13 1 Bound volume: Annual Reports, Beaumont Chamber of Carria e Company; area aerials. 12 14 Slides: duplicates; Beaumont streets and parking lots; city streets 14 1 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Annual Report of the other than Beaumont (Capital Improvement slides); Tyrrell Public Secretary, 1926 (Papers). 14 2 Library (circa 1950); Westminster Presbyterian (circa 1970); Service", 1942. (World War I home front) (Papers). Temple Emanuel (circa 1980); Saint James United Methodist Minutes Annual Meeting, 1950 (Papers). 14 4 [African-American], Neches & College; Saint Mark's Episcopal of Service (1959) : 2 copies. (circa 1942); Father V. Quinon and Saint Louis Catholic Church; Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report, 1962 First Baptist Church (circa 1890); [Central?] Presbyterian Church; 14 6 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report, 1965 Live Oak Baptist; Saint Anthony's Cathedral; First Methodist (Newspaper Publication). 14 7 Church (circa 1894); First Methodist [domed] Church, interior (Newspaper Publication). circa 1960), First Methodist Church, exterior circa 1980). 12 15 Slides: Beaumont 1923 Flood street scene; Frank Keith Drugstore State College of Technology campus and football stadium, 1966 (1923); First National Bank (1923); First Christian Church (1905); (Papers). 14 9 Crosby House [hotel]; Averill home; M.L. Hinchee (circa 1980); J. (Booklet). Hebert home; W. D. Gordon home (circa 1930); W. D. Gordon 64" Annual Report Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1968, 1970 home (circa 1980); McFaddin home, interior solarium; House that 14 11 Beaumont ... On the Move, Your Chamber of Commerce in Action, Jack Built, restaurant; Phelan Home (circa 1960); George 1972 (Newspaper Publication). 14 12 Cheeseman home; George W. Smyth home; William McFaddin home; Ogden -Stuart home; Sanders home; V. Weiss home; C.E. Walden home; M. Weiss home; Capital Improvement slides; Series: Publications 13 1 Bound volume: Annual Reports, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1957-1964 (Beaumont developments, businessmen images identified, committee chairmen, etc.). 14 1 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Annual Report of the Secretary, 1926 (Papers). 14 2 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Annual Report, "In Your Service", 1942. (World War I home front) (Papers). 14 3 Minutes Annual Meeting, 1950 (Papers). 14 4 1954 Annual Report, (Booklet, 1954); Poster: 1959 Annual Report of Service (1959) : 2 copies. 14 5 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report, 1962 (Newspaper Publication). 14 6 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report, 1965 (Newspaper Publication). 14 7 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report, 1966 (Newspaper Publication). 14 8 Poster, 62"d Annual Membership meeting and dinner of the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce (1966) : aerial image of Lamar State College of Technology campus and football stadium, 1966 (Papers). 14 9 1967 Program of Work, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1967 (Booklet). 14 10 64" Annual Report Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1968, 1970 (Newspaper Publication). 14 11 Beaumont ... On the Move, Your Chamber of Commerce in Action, 1972 (Newspaper Publication). 14 12 Beaumont ... Something Special, 1973 (Annual Report), (Newspaper Publication). 14 13 Beau ont... Our City on the Move, 1974 (Newspaper Publication). 14 14 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Annual Report, "Involvement '75, 1975 (Newspaper Publication). 14 15 Annual Report, 1977-1978 (Newspaper Publication). 14 16 The Seventy -Fifth Anniversary Meeting, Beaumont Chamber Collection, 1979 (Program, historical articles, historical images, charter members of Chamber of Commerce), (Booklet). 14 17 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce 1980, Recommitment to Action, 1980 (Newspaper Publication). 14 18 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Open and Ready for Business, 2001 (booklet). 14 19 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Open and Ready for Business, 2002 Annual Report, 2003 Program of Work, 2002-2003 (booklet) 14 20 2003 Annual Report, 2004 Program of Work, 100 Years, A Century of Building our Future, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 2003- 2004 (booklet). 14 21 Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1965, 1973 (brochures). 14 22 Biological Survey of the Big Thicket Area / H.B. Parks, V.L. Cory, and others, 1936 (booklet), (images). 14 23 Charities, "Legislative Committee Investigates Charities", News Bulletin/ National Better Business Bureau, Inc., 1954 14 24 Beaumont Publicity, "Come to Beaumont", (booklet: images, "The Story of Beaumont" [general]), circa 1932. 14 25 Promotional literature, "Moving Forward", "Beaumont, Where Oil Flows and Industry Grows", circa 1972. 14 26 Chamber Building, open house invitation and brochure, 1950. 14 27 Community Council of Beaumont, "Texas Juvenile Court Statistics" (booklet), "Beaumont's Blueprint for Now and Tomorrow", volume III, Family and Children's Phase, Family and Children's Services and Programs, Part II, volume III, 1960 14 28 Community Information and Resource Guide, 2003. 14 29 Community information, 2003 (area school and colleges, hotels/motels, guide to dining, places of worship, member apartment list, real estate guide. 14 30 "A Beaumont Consumer Attitude Survey: a survey of consumer opinions in Beaumont, Texas" / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1962. 15 1 Conventions, 1950-1951 (conventions scheduled and proposed). 15 2 Minutes and Correspondence, 1955-1956. 15 3 "Business follows the crowds to Downtown Beaumont" / Downtown Beaumont Unlimited, 1958 (booklet). 15 4 "Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Division Annual Report", 1996. 15 5 "Engineering Report on Feasibility of Relocating Railroads Entering Beaumont From the East", 1945. 15 6 The Beaumont Council of Garden Clubs, Eighth Annual Flower Show, "Best of Beaumont", 1959 (program). 15 7 Jefferson County Mosquito Control Commission Annual Report, 1954. 15 8 "Youth and the Community; In the Interest of Youth and Good Government", circa 1960. 15 9 Map companies, correspondence, 1965 (Buce & Gunn, Inc., aerial mapping; Egar Tobin aerial survey 15 10 Membership meeting(s), program(s), 1957-1965 (Lamar Technical College preliminary layout diagram (1965)). 15 11 Mid -year Report, 1972. 15 12 "Lifting the Face of Main Street" / F.T. (Tip) Brown, circa 1930. (unknown publication). 15 13 "Improvement of Facilities at Beaumont's Municipal Docks/ O. L. Caywood, 1938 (unknown publication). 15 14 "National Chamber of Commerce Week, Chamber of Commerce Week Kit" / American Chamber of Commerce Executives, circa 1964. 16 28 Chamber of Commerce brochure, 1965. 17 1 Work injury reports, 1952 & 1957 (Jeannie Wise; Elva Lee White) 17 2 Lamar State College brochure booklet, 1955 (image of Dr. F.L. McDonald, President; images of class room students and events). 17 3 Kountze, Texas tourist brochure, circa 1955. 17 4 Texas Industry magazine, August 1950 (The Permian Basin; oil industry). 17 5 Youth and the Community booklet, Education Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, circa 1955 (laws concerning youth and their parents). 17 6 Mathematics Conference program, 1965. (committee rosters; agenda; program; speaker biography(s) and image: Dr. Irving Adler; Frank B. Allen; Dr. Emil J. Berger; Dr. Robert B. Davis; Dr. Edwina Deans; Dr. Leslie A. Dwight; Dr. Don E. Edmonson; Dr. W. Eugene Ferguson; Dr. James F. Gray, S.M.; Sarah Greenholz; Dr. Ida Mae Heard; Anne Hill; Rachael La Roe; Dr. John L. Marks; Dr. W.K. McNabb; Mary Perfect; Lois Reynolds; Leander W. Smith; Irene St. Clair) 17 7 With the Camera through Southeast Texas: `The Land of Opportunity'/ Southwestern Settlement & Development Company (H.M. Richter, General Manager), circa 1925 (images include: Jasper, Texas; R.W. Cook home near Silsbee; the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Jasper, Texas; Village Creek; Female Sunday School class, First Baptist Church, Silsbee, Texas; Girl Reserve Summer Camp near Silsbee; South Texas State Fair; H.M. Richter home near Silsbee, Texas; H.M. Richter family members and home interior; Kirbyville, Texas, business street; Silsbee, Texas, residential street; Silsbee, Texas, residence, unidentified; Southeast Texas school buildings; Jasper, Texas, business street; agriculture: pecan grove, corn field, Satsuma Orange orchard, sorghum cane, peas, corn, sweet potatoes, cotton, goober patch (peanuts), ribbon cane, pig farm). 17 8 Texas PBX (operators) Convention program and schedule, 1964 (local advertisements; agenda; officers roster and images). 17 9 Alkali Plant Survey report, circa 1929 (38 pages in duplicate; information regarding alkali consumption, raw materials used in production process, and feasibility of building alkali plant at Houston, Texas or other gulf coast location). 17 10 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section One) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part One of a four part report; Part I: Section I: Background: Location, Area and History) 17 11 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section Two) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part I: Section II: Natural Resources: Physiography (sic), Soils, Vegetation, Animal Life). 17 12 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section Three) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part I: Section III: Human Resources). 17 13 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section Four) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part I: Section IV: Capital Resources: Agriculture). 17 14 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section Four) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part I: Section IV: Capital Resources: Agriculture). 17 15 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section Four) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part I: Section IV: Capital Resources: Manufacturing). 17 16 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section Four) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part I: Section IV: Capital Resources: Construction, Storage and Warehousing, Communication). 17 17 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part One; Section Four) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part I: Section IV: Capital Resources: Banking, Professional Services, Community Facilities). 17 18 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part Two; Section One) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part II: Section I: Raw Materials). 17 19 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part Two; Section Two) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part II: Section II: Transportation). 17 20 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part Two; Section Three) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part II: Section III: Labor). 17 21 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part Two; Section(s) Four to Five) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part II: Section IV to V: Water, Climate). 17 22 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part Two; Section Six) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part 11: Section VI: Laws and Taxation). 17 23 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part Two; Section(s) Seven to Eight) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part II: Section(s) VI I to VII I: Land, Utilities). 17 24 "An Economic Survey of the Sabine Area, Texas, with an Analysis of Plant Location Factors within that Area", (Part Two; Section Nine) / Thomas S. Vague, B.A., M.B.A. and Bryant W. Bradley, B.S. in Ch. E., M.B.A., Research Assistants, Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas, for Sabine Area Advisory Council, 1949 (Part II: Section IX: Living Conditions). 17 25 Population Characteristics and Projections, 1965 (publication report, Industrial Department, Chamber of Commerce). 17 26 1971 Annual Meeting, ticket sales, 1970-1971 (rosters of check payments received; returned, unused tickets with owner name, etc.; correspondence pertaining to ticket sales and returns; circular of speaker, Lt. Governor, Ben Barnes). 17 27 1971 Annual Meeting, ticket sales, 1970-1971 (rosters of employees receiving tickets; company payment check stubs; circular of speaker, Lt. Governor, Ben Barnes). 17 28 A History of Medicine in Beaumont / Maurine Gray for the Medical Services Committee of the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, circa 1969 (17 pp., typescript draft; includes roster of Medical Services Committee). 17 29 Beaumont bumper sticker, "Where Oil Flows and Industry Grows", circa 1951. 18 1 Beaumont Industrial facts manuscript (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1928 (history and present conditions of Beaumont: Agriculture: produce and livestock; Civic: general health, parks and playgrounds, Tyrrell Public Library, sports). 18 2 Beaumont Industrial facts manuscript (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1928 (Climate: length of growing season, precipitation, mean temperature, average humidity, etc.; Commerce: retail, trade territory, wholesale, bank statistics, post office, building permits). 18 3 Beaumont Industrial facts manuscript (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1928 (Costs; Government: tax rates, taxable valuations; Highways: map, truck lines; History: beginning of railroads; Industries: industrial area, refineries, iron and steel, cotton mill industry, list of factories). 18 4 Beaumont Industrial facts manuscript (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1928 (Industrial Sites; Labor: wage scale, Texas labor statutes; Location: map; Markets; Natural Resources: oil, oil production, lumber resources, Yellow Pine, hardwoods, cotton manufacturing; Population: counties in area). 18 5 Beaumont Industrial facts manuscript (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1928 (Port and Shipping: map, tonnage growth, municipal wharf, lines of steamers, exporters; Public Utilities: city water, Dixie Gas & Fuel Company, Gulf State Utilities Company, Eastern Texas Electric Company, electric rates, public utilities; railroads: map, traffic department). 18 6 Beaumont Industrial facts manuscript (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1928 (Real Estate: Texas land survey, housing; Sabine District: map; Schools). 18 7 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1929 (1929 update on construction activities; Agriculture; Civic; Climate). 18 8 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1929 (Commerce; Costs; Government; Highways; History). 18 9 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1929 ( Industries; Industrial Sites; Labor; Location; Markets; Natural Resources; Population). 18 10 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1929 (Port and Shipping; Public Utilities; Railroads; Real Estate). 18 11 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1929-1930 (1929 Sabine District; Schools; 1930 new construction; General; Agriculture). 18 12 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1930 (Civic: Parks and Playgrounds: Beaumont zoological exhibit; Climate; Commerce). 18 13 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1930 (Costs; Government; Highways; History). 18 14 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1930 (Industries; Industrial Sites; Labor; Location; Markets; Natural Resources; Population). 18 15 Beaumont Industrial Survey (Ray Gill, Industrial Department), 1930 (Port and Shipping; Public Utilities; Real Estate; Sabine District; Schools: map). 18 16 Beaumont, "A 30 -foot Channel to the Sea", publication / The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas, 1929 (in hand writing: "Shawnee Cruises from Beaumont to West I ndies, June 1929). 18 17 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1930 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (second copy) (General; Agriculture; Civic; Climate). 18 18 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1930 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (second copy) (Commerce; Costs; Government; Highways; History). 18 19 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1930 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (second copy) (Industries; Industrial Sites; Labor; Location; Markets; Natural Resources). 18 20 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1930 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (second copy) (Population; Port and Shipping; Public Utilities; Railroads; Real Estate; Sabine District; Schools). 18 21 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1933 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (General; Agriculture; Civic; Climate). 18 22 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1933 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (Commerce; Costs; Government). 18 23 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1933 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (Highways; History; Industries). 18 24 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1933 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (Industrial Sites; Labor; Location; Markets; Natural Resources). 18 25 Beaumont Industrial brochure, report, facts about Beaumont, 1933 (Ray Gill, Industrial Department) (Population; Port and Shipping; Public Utilities; Railroads; Real Estate; Sabine District). 18 26 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Survey, 1939 (Beaumont Chamber of Commerce for Joseph C. Clemmons) (Index; Agriculture; Climate; Commerce; Costs; Government; Highways). 18 27 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Survey, 1939 (Beaumont Chamber of Commerce for Joseph C. Clemmons) (History; Industries; Industrial Sites; Labor; Location; Markets; Natural Resources; Population; Port Shipping; Public Utilities; Railroads; Real Estate; Sabine District). 18 28 Beaumont Statistical Guide (Industrial Survey), 1943 (C.K. De Busk, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (General; Agriculture; Civic; Climate). 18 29 Beaumont Statistical Guide (Industrial Survey), 1943 (C.K. De Busk, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (Commerce; Costs; Government; Highways). 18 30 Beaumont Statistical Guide (Industrial Survey), 1943 (C.K. De Busk, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (History; Industries; Industrial Sites; Labor; Location; Markets; Natural Resources; Population; Port and Shipping). 18 31 Beaumont Statistical Guide (Industrial Survey), 1943 (C.K. De Busk, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (Public Utilities; Railroads; Real Estate; Sabine District; Schools). 18 32 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Survey, 1944 (Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (Agriculture; Civic). 18 33 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Survey, 1944 (Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (Climate; Commerce). 18 34 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Survey, 1944 (Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (Costs; Government; Highways; History). 18 35 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Survey, 1944 (Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (Industry; Industrial Site; Labor; Location; Markets; Natural Resources; Population). 18 36 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Survey, 1944 (Beaumont Chamber of Commerce) (Port and Shipping; Public Utilities; Railroads; Real Estate; Sabine District). 19 1 The Beaumont Country, Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication, April 1911 (pages 5-23; magazine with Beaumont articles and images: "Ever Busy Beaumont"; "Southeast Texas Good Roads"; "The Frisco Advertising Matter"; "New York Steamship Line"; "Beaumont's Consolidated Bank Statement, March 7, 1911"; "The Cut -Over Pine Land"; "Beaumont's Rice Industries"; "One of the Show Spots"; "The Vinton Oil Field"; "Postal Receipts"; "Farm Lands in the Beaumont Country"; "New Storage Warehouse"; "Building Permits"; "Land Values"; "The Home Industries Committee"; "Building a City"; "Unearned I ncrement---How"; "Need for Wood Working Factories"; "The Corn and Cotton Contest"; "Beaumont's Old Orange Trees"; "Need for New Road"; "Educational Development"; "Committees of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce"; "Possibilities in Figs"; "New Gin for Stowell"; "Room for Packing House"; "Nearly Five Hundred Members"; "The Commercial Orange Orchard"; "Proposed Municipal Plaza"; "The Southeast Texas Fair"; "Boy's Chamber of Commerce"; "Realty Transfers of a Month"; Truck Shipments"; "New and Important Publication"; "Retail Merchants Association"; "Why Persist in Losing Money?"; "Credit Rating Bureau is Beneficial"; "A Members Duty"; "New Industries"; images of four and five story business buildings). 19 2 The Beaumont Country (From Beaumont to Cotton Fields; Beaumont's Need with Deep Water) (May 1911) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-24 ; 27cm. ("A New Beaumont Railroad"; "Dairying in the Beaumont Country"; "The Beaumont Trade Excursion"; "Letter of Thanks"; .,An Instructive Folder"; "Immigration Conference and Smoker"; "Conserving the Timber"; "The Chicago Visitors"; "Winnie's Reception of Chicago"; "Growth of Old Jasper"; "The Neches River"; "The Beaumont Column Factory"; "School Boys Cut Weeds"; "Work for New Factory"; "The Work of Agricultural Committee"; "Committee Meetings"; "Should Say Thank You"; images of Woodmen of the World convention in Mineral Wells; "The Growth of the South"; "The Chamber of Commerce"; "Membership of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce"; "Texas Progressing"; "Do You Know?"; "Small Factory"; "Beaumont Rice"; "An Idea in Town -Building"; "Municipal Improvements"; "The Benefit of Conventions"; "Stung Again"; "Go to the State Meeting"; "Organized, If Not, Why Not?"; "Benefit One Benefit All"; "Addresses Wanted"; "Credit in Texarkana Wins"; "Hand -Me - Downs"; "Money Wasted in 'Programs"'; "Official Call" (school of instruction for professional secretaries); "Great Farm Development"; "To Develop New Section"). 19 3 The Beaumont Country (The Wealth of Mid -Summer) (June 1911) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-24 27cm. (contents: The Immigration Conference; Texas Farmers Congress; Jefferson County Schools; The Coming Produce Market; Re -Planning Small Cities; Second Trade Excursion; Some Concrete Examples; Committee Meetings; Southeast Texas Fair; Editorial; Jefferson County Roads; Bank Statement; Chamber of Commerce Members). 19 4 The Beaumont Country (Sabine -Neches Canal) (March 1912) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-24, pages missing and duplicated pages ; 27cm. (map drawing and statistics: "Production of Rice in Texas" (by county and rice acreage by year [1904-1910]); "Beaumont's Improved Waterways"; "The Annual Meeting"; "Field Agent Williams"; "The Business Outlook"; "Annual Report of Chamber of Commerce Committees"; "Newly Elected Directors Meet"; "The Work for 1912"; "Beaumont's Exhibit at Houston"; "Texas Cities in their Order" (population); "Trucking a Growing Business"; "New Truck Product"; images of port and ship Nicaragua) 19 5 Beaumont (October 1918) /Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : copy, pp. 2-27 ; 22cm (wartime articles; export to Mexico articles; memoriam, Lt. Farrel D. Minor, Jr.; first Ferris wooden steamship for merchant marine, "Oneco"). 19 6 Beaumont: The Nation's New Port (November 1918) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-27 ; 28cm (wartime articles; export to Mexico articles; image: Garland S. Brickey, General Manager Beaumont Chamber of Commerce). 19 7 Beaumont: The Nation's New Port (December 1918) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-27 ; 28cm (wartime articles; image: new congressman, Judge John C. Box of Jacksonville; In Memoriam, Thomas Benson Hough (image and obituary); Beaumont's bank balance sheet before and after 4 years of war; directory of war activities in Beaumont). 19 8 Beaumont: The Nation's New Port (January 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-31 ; 28cm (wartime articles; image: Ben S. Woodhead, president Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; image: Lynn Gilbert (obituary); image: Ralph H. Kinsloe, president Young Men's Business League; export business to Tampico, Mexico; Magnolia refinery; cancellation of U.S. Government shipbuilding contracts; baseball league; directory of war activities, Beaumont). 19 9 Beaumont: The Nation's New Port (March 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-35 ; 28cm (merchant marine; image: George W. Brown, vice- president agricultural bureau; Young Men's Business League; West Indies exports; image: ship, "Vesta", Standard Oil fleet; U. S. Railroad Administration; potash). 19 10 Beaumont: The Nation's New Port (April 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-39 ; 28cm (farming; image: T. S. Reed, president T.S. Reed Grocery Company; modern highways in Jefferson County, port; Chile of South America; city dock; anti-trust laws; railroads relocation; new hotel). 19 11 Beaumont: The Nation's Greatest Inland Harbor (April 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-39 ; 28cm (new million -dollar hotel; image: Garland S. Brickey, general manager of the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; port; First National and Gulf National banks consolidated; complete U.S. ship building program; Beaumont business men Louisiana trade excursion; shipyard to continue three years; pig club; cotton plantations; American wheat crop; new federal highways; deep oil well by Gulf Production Company at Mc Faddin No. 1 strikes oil again; Chamber foreign branch promoting exports to Mexico taken over by private agency, William Saenger and Associates; railroad new bridge protested). 19 12 Beaumont: The Nation's Greatest Inland Harbor (July 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-36 ; 28cm (image: Leo E. Ney, president Y.M.B.L.; image: George J. Roark, General Manager, Chamber of Commerce; image: Beaumont trade excursion participants; image: Y.M.B.L. pig club; First National Bank of Beaumont; export-import company formed, William Saenger and Associates; Beaumont Hotel Company). 19 13 Beaumont: The Nation's Greatest Inland Harbor (August 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-36, two copies ; 28cm (image: John L. Keith, vice president of the Chamber of Commerce and chairman of the traffic and transportation bureau; removal or widening of the saltwater locks; image: unidentified ship, Beaumont waterway in use, Tampico, Mexico; image: Beaumont's down -town beauty spot, Keith park; contributing members; Mexican news notes). 19 14 Beaumont: Third Red Cross Roll Call (October 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-36 ; 28cm (image: Howard W. Gardner; roads; Mexican trade statistics; image: Perry E. McChesney, Red Cross; Y.M.B.L.; pig club; automobiles in Jefferson County; Beaumont steamship line; Port of Beaumont; proposed railroad legislation; Y.M.B.L. disposed of Beaumont baseball franchise). 19 15 Beaumont: YM.B.L. Carnival... (November 1919) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication: staples removed, pp. 1-36, two copies; (image: George W. Brown; new steel steamer purchased from Canadian Government for export to Tampico, Gulf Export & Transportation Company of Beaumont; added dock facilities for export storage; Y.M.B.L. autumn carnival; image: Ray J. Lighthall, Y.M.B.L.; Y.M.B.L. pig club images (the pigs); Security State Bank and Trust Company opens; Mexican trade figures). 19 16 Beaumont: The Nation's Greatest Inland Harbor (January 1920) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-36 ; 28cm (image: John L. Keith, President Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; Beaumont new charter; image: E. Kenneth Smith, President Young Men's Business League; B. Deutser and furniture -making plant; modern highway to Orange, Texas; image: Casper H. "Ham" Elstner, Y.M.B.L.; steamship line formed for trade between Beaumont and Cuba and West Indies; image: Beaumont churches: First Church of Christ Scientist, First Christian, St. Anthony's, First Baptist, First Methodist Episcopal, First Presbyterian, St. Mark's Episcopal, Central Presbyterian; exportation of rice; deepening Beaumont Ship Channel; Southwestern Telephone Company statistics, Beaumont; banking statistics). 19 17 Beaumont (September 1920) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-36 , 2 copies; 27cm (image: A.L. Burge; agriculture; image: S. W. Adams, Chamber of Commerce, San Augustine, Texas; Houston -Beaumont road; Beaumont Shipbuilding Company and better dry dock; highway development; foreign trade; international chamber of commerce; Sabine District port statistics; Hotel Beaumont). 19 18 Beaumont: Still the Greatest Mother in the World (November 1920) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication staples removed, pp. 1-36 ; 30cm (image(s): Beaumont port scenes; Beaumont rice crops; image(s): rice field scenes; Beaumont shipbuilding; image: Beaumont Shipbuilding Company; image: W.F. Gephart of St. Louis; image: W. F. Ramsey, Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas, Texas; Auto Trades and Highways; Jefferson County Open Shop Association; 19 19 Beaumont: Going Forward (January 1921) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-36 ; 30cm ( Local Channel Project; 30 foot depth channel to the Gulf; image(s): Officers and Directors, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; 1920 port record; image(s): Beaumont office buildings: V. Wiess Office Building, Keith Building, San Jacinto Life Building (former, 1920), Perlstein Office Building; 1920 Beaumont financial; image: Chas. A. Bland, Traffic Manager, Beaumont; railroads and traffic conditions; roster of ships visiting port at Beaumont; development of shipping; department reports). 19 20 Beaumont (June 1924) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, pp. 1-28 ; 30cm (cover image: "Miss Beaumont" at the Galveston Bathing Girl Revue; exports to Mexico; "free" Mexican ports; Orleans lighting project; image(s): The Stedmans: "Little Ed", "Big Ed", "Jerry"; Stedman Fruit Company; image: Stedman Fruit Company plant (building); The Eastern Texas Electric Company; image: terminal tracks of the Eastern Texas Electric Company; image(s): interior, Eastern Texas Electric Company office building; cork packing manufacture; image(s): new San Jacinto Life building : Pearl Street scene shipping facilities; image: Eastern Texas Electric Company, exterior; image: A. F. Townsend, Manager Eastern Texas Electric Company; The Passing of John N. Gilbert; image: John N. Gilbert; Magnolia Gas Products new factory; poultry and eggs in Jefferson County; natural gas project; open Mexican ports). 19 21 Beaumont: Made in Beaumont (July 1924) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-24 ; 28cm (cover image: "Trailers That Trail", manufactured in Beaumont by Alex Feigelson; The Beaumont Iron Works Company (image); Boykin Machinery & Supply Company (image); John Dollinger, Jr., Incorporated (image); Oil City Brass Works (image); Diamond Foundry & Machine Company (image); Gulf Coast Machinery and Supply Company (image); Service Foundry Company (image); Beaumont Well Works (image); Brooks Supply Company (image); 1910 Beaumont Iron Works and workforce; J. L. Boyd and Heisig Storage Company; lumber; postal receipts; building boom; image: new street cars of Eastern Texas Electric Company; oil field in High Island, Texas; cotton; new Southern Pacific Railway company railway bridge; back cover image: new San Jacinto Life Building). 19 22 Beaumont (August 1924) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : pp. 1-24, 2 copies ; 28cm (front cover image: Everett Hill, international president of Rotary and unidentified; agriculture Jefferson County; fig industry in Southeast Texas (images); cattle industry in Jefferson County; agriculture image; image: poultry farm of G. R. Canada, Jefferson County; South Texas State Fair; Treadway gin, Jefferson County; yearbook Eastern Texas Electric 1923; home building; Ed Stedman fishing party and international Rotary president (image); San Jacinto Life building). 19 23 Beaumont: "A 30 Foot Channel to the Sea" (1927) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : covers, 5 leaves, and fold-out : damaged; 28cm (port facilities and shipping (images); lumber industry (images); rice industry (images); various industries' identified images; oil industry (images); scenic and highway images; indentified agriculture images) 19 24 Beaumont: "A 30 Foot Channel to the Sea" (1927) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 16 leaves, 1 fold-out ; 28cm (part of Beaumont's 1927 building program (images); brief Beaumont history; port facilities and shipping (images); lumber industry (images); rice industry (images); various industries (images); oil industry (images); agriculture in Beaumont; schools (images); homes (images); churches (images); recreation (images); Clifton walking beam image; panoramic birds eye drawing of Beaumont/Jefferson County area). 19 25 Beaumont: "A 30 Foot Channel to the Sea" (1927) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : covers and 16 leaves, 1 fold-out : 2 copies ; 28cm (part of Beaumont's 1927 building program (images); brief Beaumont history; port facilities and shipping (images); lumber industry (images); rice industry (images); various industries (images); oil industry (images); agriculture in Beaumont; schools (images); homes (images); churches (images); recreation (images); Clifton walking beam image; panoramic birds eye drawing of Beaumont/Jefferson County area). 19 26 Beaumont Business (January 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : covers and 10 leaves : 2 copies ; 30cm (front cover image: Richard W. Leche, Governor of Louisiana; image: M.G. Thames, President Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; image: P.B. Doty; Governor Leche visit to Beaumont; Neches Power Station (image); image: B.A. Steinhagen, Chairman Rockland Dam Committee; image: Col. Julius Dupont, Old Spanish Trail Association ; image: Walter H. Blucher, American Society of Planning Officials; image: aerial, Grand Circus Park, Detroit, Michigan; farming in Jefferson County; image: J. F. Combs; YMBL; image: R.W. Coffin, President YMBL, 1937; image: Lieutenant Franklin M. Kreml, Evanston). 19 27 Beaumont Business (February 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 8 leaves ; 30cm (farm "youth" Jefferson County; municipal dock improvements, Beaumont, Texas (image); flood control of Neches River; image: William Saenger; Old Spanish Trail Association; image: Neches River Bridge, Port Arthur, Texas; image: Frank A. McKowne, President, Hotels Statler Company, Inc.; image: Warner Seely, Secretary, The Warner & Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio; image: Miller McClintock, Director, Bureau for Street Traffic Research, Harvard University). 19 28 Beaumont Business (March 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 10 leaves 2 copies ; 30cm (cover image: Beaumont Municipal Golf Course and golfers; image: Leslie W. Overstreet, Retail -Convention Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; image: Walter M. Casey, Chairman, Beaumont Forward Commission; image: Frank L. Bertschler; image: Saint Anne's Catholic Church buildings (1938); image: U.S.S. Clifton walking beam at Pipkin Park street scene; traffic library at Chamber of Commerce; image: First National Bank building at corner of Bowie and Orleans; highways; conventions; poultry; image: "Beaumont Business" pressroom). 19 29 Beaumont Business (April 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : covers and 8 leaves : 2 copies ; 30cm (cover image: interior, Comet Rice, Beaumont, Texas; image: A.0 Ernst, President, The Cleveland Chamber of Commerce; Rice Growers Association; image: American Rice Growers Co-operative, Rice Warehouse, Beaumont, Texas; Beaumont Big Thicket interests; image: H.B. Parks, A & M College Agricultural Experiment Station; baseball in Beaumont; Perilla and Chia seed experiment; image: street scene, corner of Orleans and Crocket Streets; Lumbermen's convention; image: Magnolia Petroleum solvent plant, Beaumont; image: Harold Van Doren, Harold Van Doren and Associates, Toledo, Ohio). 19 30 Beaumont Business (May 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : covers and 10 leaves, staples removed 4 copies ; 30cm (cover image: South Texas State Fair grounds entrance; image: Victor Schoffalmayer, Agriculture Editor, Dallas News; image: Merita Mills, Staff Writer, Beaumont Journal; Beaumont's fair grounds; East Texas Chamber of Commerce convention in Beaumont; Big Thicket; image: George H. Davis, President, Chamber of Commerce of United States; image: United States Chamber of Commerce building; perilla in Big Thicket; image: O. Sam Cummings, President, National Association of Life Underwriters; image: Jack Knight, pilot; air mail delivery; image: O. K. Quivey, Manager, Agricultural Development, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad). 19 31 Beaumont Business (June 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : covers and 10 leaves, staples removed 2 copies ; 30cm (front cover image: Tyrrell Public Library; image(s): former members of the Chamber of Commerce board: (identified in next issue) Ed Brulin, Joe Rosenthal, Tom Andrus, P. B. Doty, J. S. Edward; image: Thomas M. Royal & Company paper bag manufacture, interior; image: William G. Powell, Executive Director, Beaumont Industrial Bureau; image: John M. Fouts, General Manager, Trinity Improvement Association; Trinity River canalization; Tyrrell Public Library; image: Pearle Burr, Librarian; Jefferson County Library; image: Tung tree; Beaumont Exporters; image: William J. Barrett, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company; Beaumont Municipal Airport improvements requested; inland waterway development; State Democratic Convention; image: Lillian Smith; image: John G. Jackson, former president, United States Golf Association; image: Thomas N. Dysart, President, St. Louis Chamber of Commerce). 19 32 Beaumont Business (July 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 8 leaves : 4 copies ; 30cm (image: E. O. Siecke, Director Texas Forest Service; image: camp ground Forestry Committee of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce near Kirbyville, Texas; pine forestry (images); image: Sam B. Sharfstein, Chairman Extension Committee; image: Wilson Compton, Manager National Lumber Manufactures Association; image: O. S. Caesar, President, Greyhound Management Company). 19 33 Beaumont Business (August 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 7 leaves 2 copies ; 30cm (image: Lamar College Fine Arts building; image: administration building, Lamar College; image: chemical laboratory, Lamar College; image: John E. Gray, Director of Athletics, and F. S. (Spud) Braden, Assistant Director, Lamar College; image: Harry E. Bolt, General Chairman, South Bend Civic Safety Council; image: Judge Joseph A. Avery, City Court, South Bend; image: Future Farmers of America National Officers, identified; image: J. S. Roberts, Advertising Manager, Retail Credit Company, New York; Beaumont's coastwise steamship service; image: Beaumont wharf and dock). 19 34 Beaumont Business (September 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 8 leaves : 2 copies ; 30cm (front cover image: Beaumont Federal Court and Post Office; image: street scene, Pearl Street (1938); image: Talbot A. Tumbleson, Chairman Executive Committee, Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce; YMBL; bond issue; image: Tobe Hahn, Assistant Postmaster; Beaumont's postal progress; Tung oil production; image: Stuart A. Rice, Chairman, U.S. Central Statistical Board; image: Edward C. Stone, United States General Manager and Attorney, The Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd.; New Orleans Mardi Gras history; forest protection). 19 35 Beaumont Business (October 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 8 leaves 2 copies ; 30cm (front cover image: South Texas State Fair entrance; Perricone Quadruplets (image); 4 H club and cattle; image(s): 4-H club cattle entries; image: Lamb Printing and Stationary; image: Lewis G. Elliott, President, La Salle Extension University; Tung oil; cattle sales; Beaumont Industrial Bureau; East Texas Chamber convention; image: Harland Bartholomew). 19 36 Beaumont Business (November 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 8 leaves ; 30cm (image: Paul E. Sanderson, President, East Texas Chamber of Commerce; image: Hubert M. Harrison, Vice President and General Manager, East Texas Chamber of Commerce; East Texas Chamber of Commerce convention; image: Billy Bryant, Young Men's Business League; 1938 YMBL activities; image: Tom R. Shumate, Y.M.B.L. President (1939); tick eradication; castor oil; railway bridge over the Neches; Southern Pacific Railway; image: C. J. Fitzpatrick, Secretary, United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, Baltimore; image: J. F. Barnes, Barnes & Reinecke, Industrial Designers; image: W. R. Beaumier, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Mercantile Division; image: Robert M. Page, Secretary -Treasurer Governmental Research Association). 19 37 Beaumont Business (December 1938) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : staples removed, covers and 8 leaves : 2 copies ; 30cm (front cover image: scene at the city docks; Gulf Coast Farm Chemurgic conference; image: M. G. Thames, President, Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce; President's Report 1938; Beaumont Forward Movement; image: Charles F. Horner, President, National Aeronautic Association; National Aviation Day; industry and tuberculosis; image: Henry W. Toll, Executive Director, Council of State Governments). 19 38 The Beaumonter (1939, 1953) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : single fold, 4 pp.: 3 issues ; 36cm or smaller (September 1939: Evangeline Highway, Beaumont to Deweyville; Southeast Texas Council of Agriculture; chemurgy; Beaumont conventions; Y.M.B.L projects; Beaumont industry attraction; South Texas State Fair ticket sales; municipal airport development for air mail service : October 1939: South Texas State Fair; Pennsylvania Shipyards; wage and hour law change; Rockland Dam construction; Beaumont fresh water; bridges on the Neches at Beaumont; improvements at Municipal Airport; national defense; chemurgic exhibit at South Texas State Fair; Beaumont highways : October 1953: Business- Education Day; Jefferson County Flyers, aviation; Christmas parade; school teachers visit business; Magnolia Petroleum publication article "Beaumont"; Beaumont downtown National Fire Prevention inspections; Beaumont Buyers Guide; Katherine Phelan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Phelan, Queen of 1953 Neches River Festival, representative of Beaumont at Dallas State Fair; Beaumont conventions). 20 1 Beaumonter (1955) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : glossy, single fold, 4 pp.: 4 issues ; 36cm (oversize) (March 1955: aerial map of city; Chamber of Commerce film, "It's Everybody's Business"; KFDM-TV begin programming; rice milling industry rates on rice and rice products; Retail Merchants Division; Education -Business Day; asphalt plant new Beaumont industry; Jefferson County tumor clinic; R. M. (Jack) Frost, business manager of the Enterprise -Journal; pipe freight rates to Beaumont adjusted : April 1955: Gulf State Asphalt Company begins operation; KFDM-TV begins operation; Beaumont Village Shopping Center; "Operation Grow Beaumont"; Miss Beaumont at Galveston Splash Day; image: Toni Follmer, Marsha Lou Woody, Rebecca Wyche : June 1955: McGee Bend Dam, Angelina River; image: U. S. S. Sarsfield, Navy Destroyer at port; Chamber of Commerce television program, "Scanning Skylines" on KFDM-TV; conventions; YMBL rodeo; Farmer's Market at 11" Street and Voth Road; photographic mural of Beaumont city in Jack Brooks Congressional office : July 1955: McGee Bend Dam on Angelina River; radar hurricane warning system at Jefferson County Airport; Camp Polk at Leesville, Louisiana; Beaumont Village Shopping Center at Lucas Drive and Voth Road; map McGee Bend Dam, Angelina River; Railroad crossing policy and Beaumont downtown traffic; image: YMBL rodeo trail ride). 20 2 Beaumonter (1956) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : glossy, single fold, 4 pp.: 4 issues ; 36cm (oversize) (April 1956: image: E. C. McKinzie, Larry Polk; Hotel Beaumont to house 50" Annual Texas Chamber of Commerce Managers convention; Downtown Committee, traffic changes; image(s): (identified) Chamber members tour area industrial plants : June 1956: TCCM 50" Annual convention; Beaumont Farm and Ranch Club; shopper's free parking Value Day Monday; Hoover Commission recommendations; image(s): Texas Chamber of Commerce Managers convention (identified); D. H. Brewster, Chamber staff; U.S. Senate approves McGee Bend Dam, Angelina River; J. D. Irion, Beaumont Better Business Bureau; parking for shoppers : Beaumont population, 112,800; Katherine Ross, 1956 Neches River Festival Queen at Dallas State Fair; image: Brudge Kyle; image: YMBL bus group visiting communities to publicize South Texas State Fair; Melody Maids and Eloise Milam : November 1956: image: Pat T. Peyton, Sr., Vice President, American National Bank; Texas Constitutional Amendments; image: aerial, Lamar Tech; Beaumont drinking water; image: Beaumont photo montage; bond issue for modern County highway system : December 1956: image: Lt. Col. James B. Higgins, Jr. and Brudge Kyle; free parking stamps to shoppers downtown; non-commercial Santa Claus Parade; image: Oscar Curtis and John Magouyrk; Gus A. Becker, Gus Becker Printing Company; image: YMBL officers (identified); Business -Education Day; image: teachers visit port of Beaumont (identified)). 20 3 Beaumonter (1957) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : glossy, single fold, 8 pp. or smaller : 3 issues ; 36cm (oversize) (January 1957: image: Chamber Board 1957 officers (identified); Chamber of Commerce Board number increase; Beaumont Buyer's Guide; John Gray, William F. Weed; image: Pat Peyton, Sr.; economic study course; Downtown Park and Shop Association; image: Retail Division 1957 officers (identified); fresh water shortage threat to economy; image: R. M. Buckley, President, East Texas Pulp and Paper Company, and Lt. Col. James B. Higgins, Jr.: February 1957: Annual Report Edition: image(s): W. F. Ivers, Dr. Kenneth McFarland; revitalization of downtown; shoppers free parking program; YMBL; Armed Forces Day; Fire Safety Program; image(s): 1956 Directors (identified); highway development and expressway to Vidor; other committee reports : March 1957: image: Frank Arnold, J. B. Williamson, Oscar Curtis; business trend indicators increase; image: military leaders participating in the National Resources Conference (identified); new truck rental branch of National City Truck Rental Company). 20 4 Beaumonter (1957) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : glossy, single fold, 6 pp. or smaller : 3 issues ; 36cm (oversize) (April 1957: image: John Dezelle and E. L. Robinson; McGee Bend Dam; Beaumont Village Shopping Center opening; 1957 Beaumont baseball; Pittsburgh Pirates; Lamar Tech land purchase for new buildings; image: Chamber buffet supper participants (identified); downtown Beaumont development; image(s) educators host businessmen (identified) : May 1957: image: E. C. McKinzie; celebrities at Neches River Festival; Neches River Festival beginning 1948; Lamar expansion; Life Magazine show, "Our Living Future"; Beaumont Symphony Orchestra established; image: Dogwood Festival Duchess, Miss Betsy Goodwin; image(s): Chamber groups tour industries; Beaumont Chamber of Commerce filed application for Jefferson County to Austin air service carrier; image: Ray Gay, membership drive June 1957: Lamar Tech fund drive to purchase land for new buildings; Bureau of Labor Statistics; U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.; Park and Shop Association, downtown free parking; image: 55" Army Band from Fort Polk, Louisiana; TV show, "Texas in Review" features Beaumont; image: membership drive participants: Ray Gay, E. E. Biscamp, J. B. Williamson, Charles Deahl). 20 5 Beaumonter (1957-1958) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce publication : glossy, single fold, 8 pp. or smaller : 4 issues ; 40cm (oversize) (September 1957: McGee Bend Dam construction; image: Beaumont National Guard drive (R. M. (Jack) Frost, Martin Hebert, Jr., and others, identified); image: railroad problem street scene; South Texas State Fair; Southwestern Greyhound; Dresser Equipment Company, IDECO division, renamed; image: Howard Hicks and Maj. Fen. Edward G. Farrand of Fort Polk, Louisiana; local manufacturers: Gulf Coast Machine and Supply Co. and ALCO Products, I nc., new products for oilfield use; image: W. F. Weed, W. D. Norwood, Tom Finney; Tom Galloway : November 1957: Beaumont annexation; 11" Street widening; Master City Plan; first annual Beaumont Backscratchin' [sic] event; meterless parking; Santa parade; Lamar Tech Redbirds football; image: aerial, Port of Beaumont; image: Gladys City, Spindletop scale model; conservation of water resources state bond issue; new rail freight rates for iron and steel; image: YMBL community outreach, City of Orange teacher, Miss Bonnie Glen and students : December 1957: annexation; image(s): Gene Ohmstead, R. M. (Jack) Frost; Chamber employees pension plan; I. F. Betts, directory of U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Chamber seeking air service to Washington, D.C., New York, Baton Rouge, Atlanta; Brazilian visitors; image: YMBL officers (identified) : February 1958: Annual Report Edition: image: John E. Gray, W. F. Weed, Brudge Kyle; John Gray named president of Chamber; image: Frank Dover (Dover's Clothing Company), Hubert Little, Ben Fitzgerald; image(s): officers and directors (identified, 1957); committee reports; image(s): committee chairmen; steel freight rate reduction). 20 6 Beaumonter, correspondence, 1954-1956 (Adolph J. Janca, Trade Development Department, to various : exchange with Chamber(s) publications elsewhere : supplies : banquet compliments : printing the Beaumonter: advertising in the Beaumonter: publication compliments and congratulations Beaumont Enterprise -Journal squabble over KFDM-TV license; Mrs. Jerry Stedman, Beaumont Heart Association, to Joe Goetshius, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : coverage of the Beaumont Heart Association in the Beaumonter publication). 20 7 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sept. -Oct. 1984) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 9, number 1 : 50 pp. ; 29cm (community event calendar; school -business partnership; economic indicators; opening businesses; probation program; local businesses efforts in Project Care; building permit trends; Golden Triangle Writers Guild; Gulf States Utilities community business development; African Violet Society; new Chairman of Board, Chamber of Commerce, Danny P. Wheat, Jr.; Symphony of Trees event (Beaumont Symphony Women's League); Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau; new luxury Hilton hotel opens; convention calendar; Victor J. Rogers comments; Helena Laboratories Corporation; Lamar University robotics; Small Business Council of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce). 20 8 Metropolitan Beaumont (Nov.—Dec. 1984) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 9, number 2 : 50 pp. ; 29cm (calendar of events; Beaumont's bid resource center for government contracts; Beaumont and the Southeast Texas Navy Base; local economic indicators; opening businesses; art and Beaumont public schools; Beaumont bone and hip joint hospital; records depository in Port Arthur for paperwork and data tapes; Lamar University Waste Alternative Research Center; Rose City, Texas, sand pits; Helena Laboratories and blood testing; Beaumont Certified Public Accountant firm develops computer software for lawyers; Buckner Childred-Family Center; "Positive Image" advertisement campaign; U.S. Intec, Inc., roofing and waterproofing products; American Valve & Hydrant Manufacturing Company; conventions calendar; Miss [Texas] Tamara Hext and Beaumont Hilton opening; D. P. "Danny" Wheat, Jr. comments). 20 9 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan. -Feb. 1985) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 9, number 3 : 50 pp. ; 29cm (events calendar and attractions; calligraphy in the workplace; John Gray Institute; local economic indicators; opening businesses; 7" Annual Industrial Appreciation Banquet; Beaumont Trivia board game; community continuing education; Transition Station Clubhouse, recovering mentally ill; John Gray Institute, Small Business Assistance Center; (MHMR) Mental Health Mental Retardation; Beaumont baseball, Golden Gators; City of Beaumont customer care and employee appreciation; Southeast Texas bricklaying and masonry; Beaumont Art Museum; Southeast Texas and soybeans; Henry Joiner whittling and carving art; Sandra Hinson and Mary Kay Cosmetics; Bessie Marie Comeaux Knighton recognition; Beaumont Plaza Holiday Inn; First Stop Business Center, "new business" assistance; convention calendar; D.P. "Danny" Wheat, Jr. comments on property taxes). 20 10 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan.-Feb. 1985) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 9, number 5 : 54 pp. ; 29cm (events calendar and attractions; image: Bowie street scene, Piccadilly restaurant; Southwestern Bell employees community construction volunteer work; writers conference of Golden Triangle Writers Guild; Larry Beaumont, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Chairman and the City of Beaumont; local economic indicators; Lamar University, Creative Communications, class of Dr. S. Walker James and wife Patricia James; restaurant consumer statistics; Beaumont Fitness Expo; Beaumont Economic Development conference; business newspaper, Southeast Texas Business Review; convention calendar). 20 11 Metropolitan Beaumont (Nov.-Dec. 1985) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 9, number 6 : 52 pp. ; 29cm (Michael Lee and Michael Lee Advertising and Design, Inc.; image: staff of Michael Lee Advertising: Debbie Stasinopoulou, Melody Kamp, Michael Lee and Tanya Lee; Beaumont Community Band, Howard Hutchinson, Conductor; The McGruff Puppets, drugs usage prevention; local economic indicators; Christmas for disadvantaged children; Triplex economic development; Triplex entertainment; Art Studio, Inc.; Beaumont positive image advertising; convention calendar). 20 12 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan.-Feb. 1986) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 10, number 1 : 52 pp. ; 29cm (Southeast Texas Arts Council; image(s): Cathy Rogers, Juanice Myers; Lamar University and Public Radio, KLVU; Triplex entertainment centers; Texas Sesquicentennial; Triplex Sesquicentennial calendar; Jim Yarbrough, President, American Valve and Hydrant Manufacturing Company; local outpatient surgery; Pinebrook Center, alcoholism and drug dependency; image: Bill Brewer, Sr., Pinebrook Center Clinic Director; medical business, Home Care Plus; Josh Allen and business success; local economic indicators; convention calendar and sports events). 20 13 Metropolitan Beaumont (Mar.-Apr. 1986) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 10, number 1 : 52 pp. ; 29cm (front cover image: Mc Faddin-Ward House; image: Beaumont street scene late 1890s, Beaumont Trust Company, Crocket and Pearl Streets, courtesy John H. Walker; SAT training classes; Beaumont's Old Town District; image(s): The Green Beanery : Mary Doug Stephens and the Old Town Boutique : Jo Ann McDaniel and the Talisman : Possibilities Ceramic Studio; Crime Stoppers program; The Mc Faddin-Ward House Museum; image: Joan Pierson, Better Business Bureau; George Blake III and the discovery of the Bernard Way photograph studio negative images; image(s): George Blake III : Bernard Way Photograph Studio (1930s) : Bernard Way attic artifacts discovery : Bernard Way : Beaumont flood scene : Blake home where photos found; Weiss -Keith home becomes Bed and Breakfast; image(s): Weiss - Keith home exterior, 5" and Mc Faddin Streets : 3 interior; Zackey Joseph Halbouty biography and published poetry; Tom Harken and Crazy Jose's Patio & Cafe; Beaumont Art Museum; image: future site of Southeast Texas Art Museum, downtown Beaumont; Kaleidoscope '86; Cardinal City Industrial Park; image(s): W. E. (Bill) Wilson, Jr.: David Goodell : Cardinal City Commercial Park site : Robert S. Henke : David L. Haysley : Ech and Associates, Inc., building : Paul Cabra; local economic indicators; conventions calendar, conferences). 20 14 Metropolitan Beaumont (May -June 1986) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 10, number 3 : 36 pp. ; 29cm (front cover image: Beaumont Fire Museum; Jim Wright Memorial Scholarship; Possibilities Ceramic Studio history and Tiffany Manville; Fire Chief C. A. "Pete" Shelton biography and Beaumont Fire Department; image(s): Chief C. A. "Pete" Shelton Beaumont Fire Museum : museum artifacts : fire fighters at work night scene : Fire Department mascot, Cinderbelle; Beaumont Fire Department Band (image); West End Family YMCA and YMCA Spinners, gymnasts; image; Jennifer Nelson; local economic indicators; W. L. Pate and tourism). 20 15 Metropolitan Beaumont (August 1986) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 10, number 4 : 36 pp. ; 29cm (local promotional activities; local news coverage; local movie rental clubs; local television news anchors (images); Don Jacobs, Metropolitan Beaumont Magazine (images); Southeast Texas Unity Monument). 20 16 Metropolitan Beaumont (October 1986) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 10, number 5 : 36 pp. ; 29cm (local economic indicators; local restaurant statistics; local restaurants; Charlie Asano, Koto's showman—chef (images); Pier 600, Pleasure Island, Port Arthur, Texas (image); Leadership Beaumont program; local dentistry (images and illustrations)). 20 17 Metropolitan Beaumont (December 1986) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 10, number 6 : 36 pp. ; 29cm (Lamar University basketball coach, Tom Abatemarco (image); local indicators; merchandising for Christmas; Wanda Myers (image), psychology consultant making better teachers and managers; Christmas in Beaumont; Convention and Visitors Bureau joins City of Beaumont organizational structure; image: BCVB Director Timothy Hemphill; Micro Associates, Inc. (microcomputer software), and President, Mark J. Lee (image)). 20 18 Metropolitan Beaumont (February 1987) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 11, number 1 : 32 pp. ; 29cm (front cover image: aerial downtown Beaumont, color; Hegele Building history and Old Crocket Street Market; local economic indicators; historical, Beaumont street development (John H. Walker historical images); downtown development; Beaumont Enterprise Newspaper (building image) and Publisher, George B. Irish (image); downtown revitalization plan,'Build"). 20 19 Metropolitan Beaumont (Aug/Sep 1988) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 13, number 4 : covers, 72 pp. ; 29cm. 20 20 Metropolitan Beaumont (Mar/Apr 1989) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 2 : covers, 64 pp. ; 29cm. 20 21 Metropolitan Beaumont (May/June 1989) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 3 : covers, 56 pp. ; 29cm. 20 22 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 1989) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 4 : covers, 72 pp.: includes Southeast Texas Health Services Directory, 1989-1990 29cm. 20 23 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 1989) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 5 : covers, 56 pp. ; 29cm. 20 24 Metropolitan Beaumont (Nov/Dec 1989) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 6 : covers, 72 pp. ; 29cm. 20 25 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan/ Feb 1990) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 1 (incorrectly numbered same as 1989 publications) : covers, 68 pp. ; 29cm. 20 26 Metropolitan Beaumont (Mar/Apr 1990) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 2 (incorrectly numbered same as 1989 publications) : covers, 64 pp. ; 29cm. 20 27 Metropolitan Beaumont (May/June 1990) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 3 (incorrectly numbered same as 1989 publications) : covers, 60 pp. includes Steooina Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide ; 29cm. 20 28 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 1990) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 4 (incorrectly numbered same as 1989 publications) : covers, 64 pp ; 29cm. 20 29 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 1990) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 5 (incorrectly numbered same as 1989 publications) : includes The Official Visitors Guide to Southeast Texas, Fall/Winter : covers, 48 pp ; 29cm. 20 30 Metropolitan Beaumont (Nov/Dec 1990) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 14, number 6 (incorrectly numbered same as 1989 publications) : includes Steooina Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide : covers, 72 pp ; 29cm. 20 31 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan/Feb 1991) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 15, number 1 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 72 pp. ; 29cm. 20 32 Metropolitan Beaumont (Mar/Apr 1991) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 15, number 2 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 72 pp. ; 29cm. 20 33 Metropolitan Beaumont (May/Jun 1991) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 15, number 3 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 76 pp. ; 29cm. 21 1 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 1991) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 15, number 4 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide includes Southeast Texas Health Services Directory, 1991-1992 :covers, 80 pp. ; 29cm. 21 2 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 1991) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 15, number 5 : includes Southeast Texas Visitors Guide, Fall/Winter : covers, 6£ pp ; 29cm. 21 3 Metropolitan Beaumont (Nov/Dec 1991) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 15, number 6 (incorrectly numbered same as September/ October : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide : covers, 72 pp ; 29cm. 21 4 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan/Feb 1992) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 16, number 1 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 88 pp. ; 29cm. 21 5 Metropolitan Beaumont (Mar/Apr 1992) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 16, number 2 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 84 pp. ; 29cm. 21 6 Metropolitan Beaumont (May/June 1992) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 16, number 3 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 80 pp. ; 29cm. 21 7 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 1992) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 16, number 2 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 80 pp. ; 29cm. 21 8 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 1992) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 16, number 5 : includes Southeast Texas Official Visitors Guide : covers, 60 pp. 29cm. 21 9 Metropolitan Beaumont (Nov/Dec 1992) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 16, number 6 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide covers, 68 pp. ; 29cm. 21 10 Metropolitan Beaumont (May/June 1993) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 17, number 3 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide : 2 copies : covers, 72 pp. ; 29cm. 21 11 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 1993) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 17, number 4 : includes Stepping Out Southeast Texas Entertainment Guide and Southeast Texas Health Services Directory- : covers, 72 pp. ; 29cm. 21 12 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 1994) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : volume 18, number 5 : covers, 88 pp. ; 29cm. 21 13 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 2000) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. ; 28cm. 21 14 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan/ Feb 2003) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 28 pp. ; 28cm. 21 15 Metropolitan Beaumont (Mar/Apr 2003) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 28 pp. ; 28cm. 21 16 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 2003) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 28 pp. ; 28cm. 21 17 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jan/ Feb 2004) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. ; 28cm. 21 18 Metropolitan Beaumont (Mar/Apr 2004) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. ; 28cm. 21 19 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 2004) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 28 pp. ; 28cm. 21 20 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 2004) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. 28cm. 21 21 Metropolitan Beaumont (May/June 2005) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. 28cm. 21 22 Metropolitan Beaumont (December 2005) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. 28cm. 21 23 Metropolitan Beaumont (Jul/Aug 2006) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. ; 28cm. 21 24 Metropolitan Beaumont (Sep/Oct 2006) / Beaumont (Texas) Chamber of Commerce magazine : 32 pp. ; 28cm. 22 1 Beaumont aerials and Industrial photograph images, with labels and published, circa 1965. 22 2 Beaumont, Texas, General Facts Book (1966) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : plastic spiral bound publication : covers, 42 leaves ; 29cm. 22 3 Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Facts Book (1965) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : plastic spiral bound booklet publication : covers, 25 leaves ; 29cm. 22 4 An Economic Base Study of... Beaumont, Texas; Phase 11, Analysis and Recommendations (circa 1968) / Lamar Research Center, Lamar State College of Technology (Beaumont, Texas), and Industrial Economics Research Division, College of Engineering, Texas ABM University (College Station, Texas) plastic spiral bound booklet publication : covers, 61 leaves ; 29cm. 22 5 1989 Activity Report; Beaumont Fire Department and 1989 Activity Report; Beaumont Emergency Medical Service: staple bound, loose leaf : cover page, 23 loose leaves and smaller ; 28cm. 22 6 City of Beaumont Reports: Best Years Center's Programs; Transportation Division: Department of Public Works; Engineering Division: Public Works Department; Future Projects : staple bound, loose leaf : cover page, 8 leaves or smaller ; 28cm. 22 7 Historical Survey, C-4-5 (1967) : newspaper articles on loose scrapbook pages of historical related activities, organizations and preservation; i.e. organization of Heritage Society (May 1967), McFaddin grave marker, Temple to the Brave activities, etc. approximately 135 loose leaves in folder ; 32cm. 22 8 We've Got It All! (Jul 1985)/ Beaumont Enterprise : insert section booklet : various current event articles including John J. French Museum, Southeast Texas Fire Museum and Sam Houston Regional Archives : 96 pp. ; 36cm folded to 18.3X30.5cm. 22 9 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report(s) (1961-1972, not inclusive) / Beaumont Enterprise newspaper : various departmental reports of the year's activities : 6 insert section(s) of Beaumont Enterprise newspaper : 32 pp or smaller ; 42cm folded to 21.2X30.2cm. 22 10 Facts about Beaumont notebook pages (circa 1919-1931) notebook pages with alphabetical dividers (A -B) by topic, split between two folders : typescript, approximately 85 pages ; 28cm or smaller. 22 11 Facts about Beaumont notebook pages (circa 1908-1930) notebook pages with alphabetical dividers (B -L) by topic split between two folders : typescript, approximately 115 pages ; 28cm or smaller. 23 1 Report on Sabine -Neches Conservation District (September 1935) / Myers, Noyes & Forrest, Consulting Civil Engineers, Dallas, Texas maps, photographs, statistics, and analysis on soil conservation, water conservation, reforestation, etc.: black, simulated leather, bound volume with gold emboss cover : 31 typescript pages with approximately 30 exhibit map and statistic pages, and 5 photograph pages, table of contents, etc. ; 30cm. 23 2 Correspondence (1916-1920) : concerning application for corporation of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce and laws pertaining thereto : includes newspaper article on scrapbook page, concerning proposed changes to Chamber of Commerce charter (1925) : loose leaf pages ; 28cm. 23 3 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting preparation (1970-1972) : correspondence; biographical sketch of Ben Barnes; draft invitations and president's comments; 67" Annual Meeting [completed] booklet, circulars with RSVP and envelope, etc. ; 30cm or smaller. 23 4 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (Dec 1971 - May 1972) : financial reports, Board of Directors meeting minutes and agendas : includes Economic Development Foundation ; 28cm. 23 5 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (June -Oct 1972) : financial reports, Board of Directors meeting agendas includes Convention and Visitors Bureau ; 28cm. 23 6 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (Nov 1972- Feb 1973) : audit report, financial reports, Board of Directors meeting minutes and agendas : includes Convention and Visitors Bureau ; 28cm. 23 7 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (March-June 1973) : financial reports, Board of Directors meeting agendas ; 28cm. 23 8 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (Jul-Dec 1973) : financial reports, Board of Directors meeting minutes and agendas ; 28cm. 23 9 Beaumont; A 30 Foot Channel to the Sea (1927) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas : Beaumont advertisement booklet : mentions: oil, lumber, rice, shipping, agriculture, manufacturing, wholesaling : includes images of: Beaumont businesses, hospitals, homes, churches, downtown buildings : plastic spiral bound booklet with hard acrylic cover : 16 leaves, 1 fold-out ; 29cm. 23 10 Beaumont; A 30 Foot Channel to the Sea (1930) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas : Beaumont advertisement booklet : mentions: oil, lumber, rice, shipping, agriculture, manufacturing, wholesaling : includes images of Beaumont street scenes and buildings : plastic spiral bound booklet with hard acrylic cover : 10 leaves, 1 fold-out ; 29cm. 23 11 Beaumont, Texas Industrial Fact Book (1965) / Industrial Department, [Beaumont] Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas : subdivisions include: Transportation; Utilities; Industries; Industrial Sites; Work Force; Resources; Lamar Tech; Economic Data; Taxes : plastic spiral [damaged] bound book with heavy paper covers : 72 leaves ; 29cm. 24 1 Tempo; Oil Refining in Jefferson County [Texas] (circa 1955) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas : oil industry and resulting chemical industries in Jefferson County, Texas : booklet with industry and Spindletop Monument images; Pattillo Higgins, Al Hamill : 4 copies : glossy, 12 pp ; 21cm. 24 2 Monthly Ledger (October 1960) / Texas Association of Public Accountants : volume 2, number 1 : Texas industry; Tyler, Texas; national convention images; internal revenue service developments, etc.: covers and 20 pp ; 28cm. 24 3 Beaumont, Texas; Pictorial Fact Book (January 1967) / Industrial Department, [Beaumont] Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas : second edition : representative selection of aerial labeled Beaumont area pictures from the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce library : includes Lamar Tech classroom and Beaumont industry images : plastic spiral [damaged] bound : covers, 30 leaves ; 29cm. 24 4 Community Profile; 1989 Beaumont, Texas / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Department : Beaumont history; population; geography and climate; government; employment; market information; utilities; housing; commercial construction; financial institutions; transportation; industrial development; shopping centers; education; community services; cultural activities; recreation; development incentives; Map of Greater Beaumont : staple bound, heavy paper covers : quality paper with fiber infused leaves : covers, 24pp ; 29cm. 24 5 Community Profile; 1990 Beaumont, Texas/ Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : Beaumont history; geography and climate; population; employment; metropolitan market data; utilities; transportation; development incentives and support; industrial resources; government; education; community services; cultural and recreational activities; map of Beaumont : staple bound, heavy paper covers : glossy paper leaves : covers, 24 pp ; 29cm. 24 6 Community Profile; 1992 Beaumont, Texas / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : Beaumont history; geography and climate; population; employment; metropolitan market data; utilities; transportation; development incentives and support; industrial resources; government; education; community services; cultural and recreational activities; map of Beaumont : staple bound, heavy paper covers : heavy paper leaves : covers, 24pp ; 29cm. 24 7 Community Profile; 1993 Beaumont, Texas / Southeast Texas, Inc.: Beaumont history; geography and climate; population; employment; metropolitan market data; utilities; transportation; development incentives and support; industrial resources; government; education; community services; cultural and recreational activities; map of Beaumont : staple bound, heavy fiber infused paper covers : heavy fiber infused paper leaves covers, 24pp ; 29cm. 24 8 Community Profile; 1994 Beaumont, Texas / Southeast Texas, Inc.: Beaumont history; geography and climate; population; employment; metropolitan market data; utilities; transportation; development incentives and support; industrial resources; government; education; community services; cultural and recreational activities; map of Beaumont; partial United States cities map : staple bound, medium weight textured paper covers textured paper leaves: covers, 24pp; 29cm. 24 9 Community Profile; 1995 Beaumont, Texas / Southeast Texas, Inc.: Beaumont history; geography and climate; population; employment; metropolitan market data; utilities; transportation; development incentives and support; industrial resources; government; education; community services; cultural and recreational activities; map of Beaumont; partial United States cities map : staple bound, heavy paper covers : medium weight paper leaves : covers, 24pp ; 29cm. 24 10 Beaumont: 1996 Community Profile / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : Beaumont history; geography and climate; population; employment; metropolitan market data; utilities; transportation; development incentives and support; industrial resources; government; education; community services; cultural and recreational activities : staple bound, heavy paper covers : semi -gloss paper leaves : covers, 12 leaves ; 29cm 24 11 Beaumont: 1997 Community Profile/ Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : Beaumont history; geography and climate; population; employment; metropolitan market data; utilities; transportation; development incentives and support; industrial resources; government; education; community services; cultural and recreational activities : staple bound, heavy paper covers semi -gloss paper leaves : covers, 12 leaves ; 29cm. 24 12 Beaumont, Texas (circa 1985) / Beaumont Economic Development Foundation : cultural activities; education; transportation; labor; sites and utilities; state and local taxes, etc.: color scenic images; John E. Gray, President Emeritus, Lamar University; John Tower, United State Senator; W.J. Amoss, Jr., President—Lykes Bros. Steamship Company; Dr. Joseph Carlucci, Beaumont Symphony Orchestra Musical Director; MacDonell Roehm, Jr., President, NL Shaffer—Houston; Bruce Lietzke, Pro -Golfer : includes brochure: Beaumont, Texas: A Picture Perfect Place/ Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau : staple bound, heavy paper covers, with Entergy (formally Gulf States Utilities) building front and pouched back cover : heavy, glossy, color image leaves; index tabbed, loose leaf information pages in back pouch : covers, 14 leaves ; 28cm. 24 13 Beaumont, Texas (1969) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce and Windsor Publications (copyright) : Beaumont advertisement book . color scenic images and information about Beaumont and area businesses to entice tourism and relocation : staple bound : heavy paper, glossy color image covers : semi -gloss, color and black/white image leaves : 2 copies : covers, 72 pp ; 22X28cm. 24 14 Beaumont; A Deep Water Port City (circa 1984) / [Beaumont Chamber of Commerce] : guide, information text for publication use : loose leaf pages : typed, medium weight paper : 28 leaves ; 28cm. 24 15 Guide to Beaumont (1998) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce and Lawton Printing, Inc.: magazine quality advertisement publication : Beaumont statistics; information; business advertisements; color image illustrations : staple bound, color illustrated cover : light weight, high gloss covers and leaves : 64 Ion ; 28cm. 24 16 Spindletop – A Texas Titan (circa 1968) : typed manuscript describing Beaumont/Spindletop and Yount -Lee oil boom history and resulting companies : 5 copies : staple bound, 2 pp ; 28cm. 24 17 Beaumont Community Information book (September 1975) / Beaumont Economic Development Foundation : recent economic growth; significant commercial and industrial projects; Beaumont, Texas vital statistics; human resources; transportation resources; electric power resources; natural gas; water; raw materials; manufacturing; major industries; industrial sites and facilities; financing; construction costs; local government and business climate; air and water pollution control; Lamar University; schools; medical and health services; churches; recreation facilities; cultural activities; shopping centers; Beaumont Economic Development Foundation : plastic spiral bound : covers, 26 leaves ; 28cm. (also included, handwritten note page) 24 18 Spindletop 50`" Anniversary Dinner Program (January 10, 1951): Spindletop 50`" Anniversary Dinner, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Membership Meeting : program and menu : 2 copies : tie string bound : heavy paper brown cover : covers, 2 leaves ; 23cm. 24 19 Parking in Downtown Beaumont (August 1978) / Central City Development Corporation : report and recommendations concerning parking in the Beaumont downtown area : 3 -hole punched, loose leaf pages : light weight, color paper front cover cover, 46 pp ; 28cm. 24 20 Beaumont, Texas, Central Business District Development Plan: Traffic and Transportation Program (January 1974) / Wilbur Smith & Associates : prepared for The City of Beaumont, The Port of Beaumont, The Central City Development Corporation : consultant team: Gruen Associates, Inc., Planning and Urban Design; Gladstone Associates, Economics; Wilbur Smith & Associates, Traffic and Transportation : report and recommendations : 22 figure illustrations and appendix figures A-1 to A-15 : glue bound, heavy paper cover : covers, 73 leaves ; 28cm. 24 21 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1971 Annual Meeting circular(s); RSVP card and envelope; news release (Dec 1970); correspondence (1971): tickets, name tags, meeting preparations, meeting reminders; participating company rosters ; 28cm or smaller. 24 22 Assorted publications (1956-1959) : Texas Prudential Light (November 1956) / Texas Prudential Insurance: volume 2, number 7 : monthly company magazine : includes article, in the sootlight: Beaumont; Credit World (November 1956) / National Retail Credit Association: volume 45, number 2 : monthly association magazine : Beaumont, Texas, illustration cover includes article, A Profile of Beaumont; Touring Texas "The Mobile Home Way" (September 1957) / Texas Mobile Home Association: volume 1, number 1 : 5" Annual Texas Mobile Home Show includes tourist attractions Beaumont area; the mortgagee (January 1959) / T. J. Bettes Company, Houston, Texas: monthly magazine for customers and employees : includes article the golden triangle: Beaumont. Orange. Port Arthur ; 30cm or smaller. 24 23 Economic base study: Labor (circa 1966) : loose leaves removed from a binder : 36 leaves, numbered 5-1 to 5-36 ; 28cm. 24 24 Economic base study: Industrial sites (circa 1966) loose leaves removed from a binder : figures 6-1 to 6-4 : 16 leaves and tabbed divider, numbered 6-1 to 6-16 ; 28cm. 24 25 Economic base study: Trade, Service, and Banks (circa 1966) loose leaves removed from a binder : tables 7-1 to 7-17 : 29 leaves and tabbed divider, numbered 7-1 to 7-29 ; 28cm. 24 26 Economic base study, Markets and Agriculture (circa 1966) : loose 24 27 24 28 24 29 24 30 leaves removed from a binder : figures 8-1 to 8-2, and 9-1 to 9-6 : 18 leaves, numbered 8-1 to 8-7, and 9-1 to 9-11, and tabbed dividers,; 28cm. Economic base study, Utilities and Communications (circa 1966) loose leaves removed from a binder : figures 10-1 to 10-2 : 16 leaves, numbered 10-1 to 10-16 and tabbed divider ; 28cm. Economic base study, Utilities and Communications (circa 1966) loose leaves removed from a binder : figures 11-1 to 11-3; tables 11-1 to 11-2 : 16 leaves, numbered 11-1 to 11-16 and tabbed divider ; 28cm. Economic base study, Laws, Taxation and Indebtedness (circa 1966) : loose leaves removed from a binder : figures 12-1 to 12- 3; tables 12-1 to 12-6 : 27 leaves, numbered 12-1 to 12-26 and tabbed divider ; 28cm. James T. Gerrard brochures and Annual meeting invitation : A Thumbnail Sketch of Beaumont. Texas. The "Queen City" of the Golden Triangle (circa 1983) / James T. Gerrard, City Clerk, City of Beaumont: history and current advantages : 2 formats, 7 copies total; 80" Annual Meeting, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce invitation (1983). 24 31 The Beaumont Enterprise (January 22, 1903; reprint, 1962) and Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting Program and Dinner Menu (1962) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : 2 copies ; 57cm folded to 21.2X28.5cm. 25 14 Spotlight (March -Dec 1960; not inclusive) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : weekly mailer/ newsletter briefly emphasizing activities and economic development : 26 issues, Spotlight header : triple fold to mail ; 36cm. 25 15 Spotlight (Jan -Nov 1961; not inclusive) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : weekly mailer/ newsletter briefly emphasizing activities and economic development : 9 issues, Spotlight header triple fold to mail ; 36cm. 25 16 Spotlight (March 1962 and undated) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : mailer/ newsletter briefly emphasizing activities and economic development : 4 issues, Spotlight header : double fold to mail ; 28cm. 25 17 Spotlight (1963-1967; not inclusive) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : mailer/ newsletter briefly emphasizing activities and economic development : 7 issues, triple fold to mail : heavy paper or lighter ; 36cm. 25 18 Publications, Spotlight (1960-1963): articles notes and information : heavy to light paper; facsimile ; 28cm or smaller. 25 19 Spotlight (1968-1971; not inclusive) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : monthly newsletter with articles and highlights of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce activities : 11 issues, Spotlight header : single fold, 4 pp ; 28cm. 25 20 1960 Program of Work (1960) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : report and publication developed by the Program of Work Committee in 1959 outlining intended departmental projects and goals for 1960 : preface; Program of Work Committee roster; correspondence to Board of Directors : departments include: Executive; Membership and Young Men's Business League; Industrial; Trade Development; Transportation : staple and binding tape bound : covers, 30 leaves ; 29cm. 25 21 Things to Do in '62; Program of Work, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1962 (1962) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce report developed by the Program of Work Committee in 1961 outlining intended committee projects and goals for 1962: 34 committees listed with brief goals for 1962 : staple bound covers, 11 leaves ; 29cm. 25 22 Action...the Key to 1963; 1963 Program of Work, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce (1963) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : report developed by the Program of Work Committee in 1962 outlining intended committee projects and goals for 1963 : Program of Work Committee roster; introduction; 35 committees listed with brief goals for 1963 : staple bound : covers, 19 leaves ; 29cm. 25 23 Building a Better Beaumont; 1964 Program of Work (1964) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : report developed by the Program of Work Committee in 1963 outlining intended committee projects and goals for 1964 : Program of Work Committee roster; correspondence to Board of Directors; 30 committees listed with brief goals for 1964 : staple bound : covers, 14 leaves ; 29cm. 25 24 Program of Work, 1965 (1965) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : report developed by the Program of Work Committee in 1964 outlining intended committee projects and goals for 1965 : correspondence to Board of Directors; Program of Work Committee roster ; 32 committees with objectives and projects staple bound : covers, 29 leaves ; 29cm. 25 25 Beaumont, Texas, Action Center; 1966 Program of Work l Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : report developed by the Program of Work Committee in 1965 outlining intended committee projects and goals for 1966 : correspondence to Board of Directors; Program of Work Committee roster ; 34 committees with brief goals for 1966 : staple bound : front cover only, 14 leaves ; 29cm. 25 26 Beaumont Buyers Guide, 1963-'64 Edition; A Classified Directory of Beaumont Manufacturers and Wholesale Distributors (1963) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Plummer-American Printing Company (Beaumont, Texas) alphabetical business directory with address, phone and contact person, i.e., owner, manager, or sales representative; Beaumont manufacturers and firms classified by products : includes business advertisements : staple bound : covers, 160 pp ; 23cm. 25 27 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce history (1902): Beaumont Daily Journal newspaper article, Chamber of Commerce organization copy ; 44cm folded to 21.6X28cm. 25 28 2nd Annual Advertising Awards Contest/ Advertising Club of Beaumont : booklet outlining contest : club officers; directors; award committee roster; contest rules; previous award winners staple bound : covers, 6 leaves ; 28cm. (entry blank included). 26 1 Traffic Survey and Report, War Transportation Committee Beaumont, Texas (September 1942) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, War Transportation Committee : Beaumont traffic conditions report and recommendations : correspondence to City of Beaumont Mayor; War Transportation Committee roster; charts and graphs; Transportation Conservation Program; recommendations; correspondence to Pennsylvania Shipyards, Inc.; map of Beaumont : hole punched folder bound : covers, 20 leaves, 13 charts with 7 fold -out charts and map ; 29cm. 26 2 "Statement Showing Accumulated Oil Production" [in Beaumont area] (1950): list of oil fields, counties, and oil production accumulation to July 1950: counties include Chambers; Hardin; Jefferson; Liberty; Orange : loose leaf : 4 leaves ; 36cm. 26 3 Petroleum articles (1950): Oil (September 1950) / The Oil Trade Journal Publishing Corporation : 36 pp ; 31cm. 26 4 Beaumont promotional article(s), typed manuscript(s) for Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, and Texas Pictorial [magazine] (1950). 26 5 Beaumont points of interest map (circa 1960): originally folded to 9X21.7cm street map drawing with numbered points -of -interest locations ; opens to 28X43cm. 26 6 Commerce Monthly (Sept 1988 -Jan 1989) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : business news Beaumont Chamber of Commerce investors : includes various articles; "Small Business Connection" section; Calendar of Events; ribbon cutting images : 8 pp ; 28cm. 26 7 Spindletop Art Exhibit of Christine Moor Sanders (1989): scripted biographical information and slide show (describes art pieces for display and sale); news release of event; handwritten notes loose leaf : 13 pp ; 28cm. 26 8 22"d Annual [Spindletop Anniversary] Convention (1941): program copy : staple bound : 2 leaves ; 28cm. 26 9 Spindletop 44" Anniversary (1945): Spindletop—A Texas Titan: The Story of the Lucas Well, Bought in on January 10, 1901, which Started the Oil Development of Texas (1945) / Department of Information of the American Petroleum Institute (New York, New York) : images past and present (circa 1945) of people and places of Beaumont and Spindletop oil field with historical information light weight, semi -gloss paper covers : light weight, semi -gloss paper leaves : covers, 6 leaves ; 28cm. 26 10 Spindletop 50" Anniversary Celebration (1951): Du Pont Cavalcade of America 'Spindletop" (1951) : [ radio] broadcast from the City Auditorium, Beaumont, Texas : starring Robert Cummings and Teresa Wright : program booklet : images past and present (1951) of Beaumont people and places; includes Anthony F. Lucas and Caroline F. Lucas, Robert Cummings, and Teresa Wright : staple bound : 8 pp ; 24cm. 26 11 Spindletop 50" Anniversary Celebration (1951): manifold order book : ledger book of supply items purchased for use (1950) by Chamber of Commerce [50` anniversary celebration] : approximately 75 leaves; 1AX13.7X21.3cm. 26 12 Spindletop celebration (1951): The Flying Red Horse (Jan-Feb 1951) / Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Inc.: volume 17, number 1 : magazine for employees, stockholders, and other interested in Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Magnolia Petroleum Company, General Petroleum Corporation, and other Flying Red Horse companies : contains articles about Spindletop: Spindletop: Symbol of Free Enterprise; Spindletop: Shot Heard `round the World : images include: Spindletop monument; Jean Raeburn; Lucas Gusher; Spindletop field (circa 1951) : covers, 10 leaves ; 31 cm. 26 13 Spindletop celebration (1951): Manufacturers Record (February 1951) / Wm. M. Beury, editor : established 1882; current information concerning manufacture in the United States; includes articles, advertisements, and a magazine index for buyers, etc. : features article on Arkansas and has marked point of interest, "Du Pont Chairman Speaks at Spindletop Celebration" (Walter S. Carpenter, Jr.) : covers, 69 leaves ; 29cm. 26 14 Spindletop anniversary (1966): Rotarygrams (1966) / Rotary Club of Beaumont, Texas : volume 53, number(s) 45 & 47 : marked points of interest: Portrait Presented: Bob Aldridge, former editor of Beaumont Journal and painter, presents oil painting of Anthony F. Lucas to [Rotary Club] for proposed Spindletop museum; thanks to Burton Holton for maps drawn of Spindletop area; Desk & Derrick convention using Spindletop as theme : copies, 3 pp. ; 28cm. 26 15 Spindletop celebration (1951): The Lamp (March 1951) / Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) : volume 33, number 1 : magazine for employees and stockholders of Standard Oil Companies : points of interest: Edmond James Fitzgerald painting reproductions; article: "They Brought In Spindletop" : staple bound : covers, 24 pp ; 31cm. (includes: correspondence: Edward R. Sammis, editor of The Lamp, to Howard Hicks : advance copy of The Lamp containing Spindletop article). 26 16 2004 Spindletop Award (2004): "Beaumont Chamber of Commerce 2004 Spindletop Award: A Tribute to American Valve & Hydrant" : invitation to 2004 Spindletop Award presentation at Beaumont Chamber of Commerce 101` annual [membership] meeting, with American Valve & Hydrant Manufacturing Company history/event speaker, Jimmy Tingle bio., one leaf insert : single fold with insert, 6 pp ; 24 cm.; RSVP card and envelope. 26 17 Spindletop history (1945): American Petroleum Institute Quarterly (January 1945) / American Petroleum Institute : volume 15, number 1 : magazine of petroleum related articles : Spindletop article: "Spindletop: ATexas Titan": includes Spindletop/Beaumont images past and present (1945); Anthony F. Lucas Medal award by the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers : staple bound : covers, 60 pp ; 29cm. 26 18 Spindletop history (1948): Oil Newsmagazine (March 1948) / The Oil Trade Journal Publishing Company : volume 8, number 1 established 1941 : petroleum related articles, human interest and cartoon drawings :article: "Beaumont—The Oil Boom Town That Kept Right on Booming" : staple bound : covers, 18 leaves ; 31 cm. 26 19 Spindletop history (1951): The Santa Fe Magazine (January 1951) / M.L. Shepherd, editor : monthly publication devoted to the interests of the Santa Fe Railway and its employees : employee magazine with employee human interest stories and industry articles : article: "Spindletop's Black Gold Find (Golden anniversary of oil discovery at Beaumont, Tex.)" : images include: Spindletop/Beaumont images past and present (1951) : staple bound : covers, 40 leaves ; 25cm. 26 20 Spindletop history (1951): Our Sun—Magazine of Sun Oil Company (Winter 1950-1951) / Sun Oil Company (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) : Sun Oil Company magazine : article(s): "Spindletop—When Oil Became an Industry"; "Birthplace: Beaumont" : images of Spindletop/Beaumont past and present (1951) : staple bound : covers, 48 pp ; 30cm. 26 21 Town Bluff Dam ground breaking (1947): "Ground -Breaking Ceremonies, Town Bluff Dam (Dam B), Town Bluff, Texas, September 12, 1947" : program and history of project : staple bound, heavy paper : glossy, 8 pp ; 23cm. 26 22 Beaumont Statistics (1967): articles and statistics concerning reduced property taxes; reduced fire insurance costs; employment ; improved employee benefit plans; etc.: 5 loose leaves, 10 pp ; 28cm. 26 23 Moving Forward: A Status Report (November 1972) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : volume 1, number 7 : Beaumont Chamber of Commerce publication of current events : single fold, 4 PP ; 28cm. 26 24 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles (Feb -Apr 1970) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 26 25 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles (May -July 1970) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 26 26 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles (Jan -Aug, Dec 1972) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 26 27 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, General (Jan -Mar 1975) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 26 28 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, General (Apr -Jun 1975) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 1 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, General (Jul -Sep 1975) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 2 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, General (Oct -Dec 1975) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 3 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, Historical Bicentennial (Jan -Mar 1976) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 4 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, Historical Bicentennial (Apr -May 1976) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 5 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, Historical Bicentennial (Jun-Jul 1976) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 6 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, Historical Bicentennial (Aug-Sep 1976) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 7 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, Historical Bicentennial (Oct-Nov 1976) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 8 Chamber of Commerce newspaper articles, Historical Bicentennial (Nov-Dec 1976) / Beaumont Enterprise : card board backing ; 28cm. 27 9 86" Annual Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Meeting (1989): invitation : "Famous Pairs" playing cards illustration : double fold glossy, heavy paper; folded to 10X23cm. 27 10 2006 Annual Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Meeting: mailer/reminder : "Save the Date" ; 14X21.5cm.; program with Beaumont Enterprise history/Marlin Fitzwater, speaker, bio. insert : single fold, 6 pp ; 23cm.; RSVP card and envelope. 27 11 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce membership directory (2006): Beaumont, Texas: A Better Way of Life, The Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Membership and Business Directory : membership roster; business directory; Beaumont attractions color images illustrated : covers, 104 pp ; 28cm. 28 1 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Reports, 1953-1960: polished medium to light weight paper ; 31cm or smaller. 28 2 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report(s), 1961-1967: newspaper published annual reports. 28 3 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report(s), 1967-1969: newspaper published annual reports. 28 4 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Annual Report(s), 1970-1975: newspaper published annual reports. 28 5 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce newspaper reports, 1973-1982: newspaper published reports. 28 6 Beaumont Enterprise & Journal Newcomers Guide, 1981-1985: newspaper published newcomers guide. 28 7 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce news articles, circa 1968-1981. 28 8 Beaumont, Texas General Facts Book (1972) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : history; statistics: population; shopping centers; banking; building permits; postal receipts; vehicle registrations; utility connections; taxes; recreational facilities; schools; churches; hospitals & clinics; climate; Lamar University; manufacturing; [natural] resources; transportation; work force; natural gas service; electric power service; Gulf State Utilities residential service; Gulf States Utilities large industrial service; schedule of water service rates; Lower Neches Valley Authority fresh water industrial rates; major industries : plastic spiral bound medium to light weight paper covers, 30 leaves ; 29cm. 28 9 Beaumont, Texas, Pictorial Fact Book (November 1965) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : first edition : Beaumont aerial images labeled with industry and businesses : plastic spiral bound, glossy paper : covers, 28 leaves; 29cm/ 28 10 Beaumont, Texas; A Deep Water Port City: Housing (1966) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : booklet : new home listings and drawings; apartment rates; reproduced articles concerning housing and apartments : staple bound : covers, 3 leaves ; 29cm. 28 11 Beaumont, Texas, New Construction Fact Book (1966) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : booklet : lists new construction in Beaumont area for: industry; office space and warehouses; banks, stores and centers; hotels and motels; apartments; hospitals, clinics, and housing; streets and infrastructure; railroads; schools; religious centers; clubs and fraternal centers : staple bound : front cover only, 14 leaves ; 29cm. 28 12 Beaumont, Texas, General Facts Book (1971) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : history; statistics: population; shopping centers; banking; building permits; postal receipts; vehicle registrations; utility connections; taxes; recreational facilities; schools; churches; hospitals & clinics; climate; Lamar University; manufacturing; [natural] resources; transportation; work force; natural gas service; electric power service; Gulf State Utilities residential service; Gulf States Utilities large industrial service; schedule of water service rates; Lower Neches Valley Authority fresh water industrial rates; major industries : plastic spiral bound medium to light weight paper covers, 28 leaves ; 29cm. 28 13 Beaumont, Texas General Facts Book (1973) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : history; statistics: population; shopping centers; banking; building permits; postal receipts; vehicle registrations; utility connections; taxes; recreational facilities; schools; churches; hospitals & clinics; climate; Lamar University; manufacturing; [natural] resources; transportation; work force; natural gas service; electric power service; Gulf State Utilities residential service; Gulf States Utilities large industrial service; schedule of water service rates; Lower Neches Valley Authority fresh water industrial rates; major industries : 11 -hole punched plastic clip -on bound, medium to light weight paper : covers, 28 leaves ; 29cm. 28 14 Beaumont, Texas, Retail Trade (1966) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : retail trade data: major shopping centers and streets, retail sales; traffic volumes; population and zoning; appendix: Northland and Weingarten Westgate reprint, Employment & Payrolls, Beaumont Community Profile : staple bound : 2 copies : front cover only, 15 leaves ; 29cm. 28 15 Beaumont, Texas, Transportation Projects (1966) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : street map drawing with labeled points of construction projects; highway projects; street -rail projects; rail projects; street projects : staple bound : covers, 23 leaves ; 29cm. 28 16 Beaumont, Texas, Business Activity, Year 1966 with Projections (1967) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce . statistics and/or news articles concerning: business; industrial construction; general construction; expressways- streets- railroad projects; Neches Ship Channel; banking; agriculture; Status Reports & Forecasts: Beaumont I Port Arthur I Business Forecast staple bound : covers, 18 leaves ; 28cm. 28 17 Beaumont, Texas, Business Activity Year 1965 with Projections (1966) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : reproduced news articles concerning business and industry in the Beaumont area; map drawings; graphs and statistics ; birds eye view of Beaumont downtown and industry plants : plastic spiral bound : covers, 25 leaves ; 29cm. 28 18 Beaumont, Texas, Population-0966) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : population statistics, map drawings, and graphs : staple bound : medium weight paper covers, 8 leaves ; 29cm. 28 19 Beaumont, Texas, Trade Area (circa 1971) / Industrial Department, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : trade statistics and map drawings : plastic spiral bound : covers, 4 leaves ; 29cm. 28 20 Beaumont, Texas, where people mean business (1977) / Beaumont Economic Development Foundation : Beaumont Community Information Book, fourth edition (March 1977): Beaumont history; vital statistics; economic growth; industrial and commercial projects; human resources; transportation resources; electric power resources; natural gas; water; [natural] raw materials; Beaumont area economy; major industries; industrial sites and facilities; taxes; financing; construction costs; local government and business climate; air and water pollution control; Lamar University; schools; medical and health services; churches; recreational facilities; cultural activities; shopping centers : 3-hole punch notebook pages : loose leaf insert: brief statistics : 24 leaves ; 30cm. 28 21 Leadership Beaumont, Leadership Directory (1971-72 to 1981- '82) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : Leadership Beaumont program develops leadership skills in individuals through eight once-a-month seminars : Leadership Beaumont graduates directory includes an alphabetical listing of graduates' program completion year, occupation, employer or business name, business address, residence address, spouse name, activities, and interests (vocational experience) : graduates listed by interests (vocational experience) : comments by chairman Evelyn Lord (image) : staple bound, semi-gloss leaves : covers, 40 pp ; 28cm. 28 22 1992 Alumni Directory, Leadership Beaumont (1992) / Leadership Education Foundation, Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Leadership Beaumont program develops leadership skills in individuals through eight once-a-month seminars : Leadership Beaumont graduates directory includes an alphabetical listing of graduates' employer, employer's address, and graduate's work and home phone : staple bound : covers, 14 leaves ; 23cm. 28 23 1994 Alumni Directory, Leadership Beaumont (1994) / Leadership Education Foundation, Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Leadership Beaumont program develops leadership skills in individuals through eight once-a-month seminars : Leadership Beaumont graduates directory includes an alphabetical listing of graduates' employer, contact address, home and work phone : Leadership Beaumont founding committee : Leadership Beaumont past chairmen : staple bound : covers, 16 leaves ; 22cm. 28 24 Leadership Beaumont 2007 Alumni Directory (2007) / Leadership Education Foundation, Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Leadership Beaumont program develops leadership skills in individuals through eight once-a-month seminars : Leadership Beaumont graduates directory includes an alphabetical listing of graduates' occupation and employer, address of employer, and graduates' home address, phone and e-mail : alumni roster by graduate year : founding committee : distinguished alumnus : National Association of Community Leadership award recipients Leadership Beaumont past chairmen : staple bound : covers, 88 pp ; 22cm. (folder also includes correspondence: Shirley Bartos to local clubs, organizations and associations (September 2007): directory contents and potential benefits to Beaumont organizations). 28 25 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Buyers Guide (1982-1983) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : alphabetical listing of member business, service or product, address, phone and contact person : alphabetical list of service or product with member business and phone : advertisements : new members : staple bound : covers, 51 pp ; 28 26 Beaumont, Texas, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory and Buyer's Guide (1992) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : membership benefits; alphabetical membership roster: business, address, phone and contact person; buyer's guide: alphabetical products list with business or manufacturer; who's who: individual, individual's employer and contact phone; sponsor's index: advertisement business and page number staple bound, glossy, medium-weight leaves: covers, 96 pp ; 28cm. 28 27 1998 Membership Directory and Buyer's Guide (1998) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : membership benefits; Board of Directors (images); Executive Committee (images) key contacts: alphabetical list of contact persons with business name or firm, phone and fax; member business or firm: alphabetical list of member businesses with service or product provided, address, contact person, phone and fax; yellow pages: alphabetical list of business types or service/product provided with member business, contact person, address, phone and fax : advertisements : metal spiral bound : covers, 152 pp ; 28cm. 28 28 A Low Cost Housing Study of Beaumont, Texas (1972) / J. Earl Brickhouse, Manager, Area/Community Development , Beaumont Chamber of Commerce : discussion of the problem (lack of low cost housing); federal programs; privately -owned low-cost apartment projects; possible solutions; conclusions : opaque plastic folder, loose leaves : 24 leaves ; 29cm. 28 29 Classified Membership Directory, Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas. (1945) / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce alphabetical list of members : alphabetical list of services or products (and member providers) divided by the following group distinctions: manufacturers; wholesalers; retailers; service; professional : staple bound : cover sheet, 30 leaves ; 28cm. 28 30 Duplicate publications: The Seventy -Fifth Anniversary Meeting, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce (1979) : 3 copies. 28 31 Duplicate publications: Beaumont: A 30 Foot Channel to the Sea (1927). 28 32 Duplicate publications: Beaumont: A 30 Foot Channel to the Sea (1930) : 2 copies. 28 33 Duplicate publications: Beaumont, Texas, General Facts Book (1966) : 2 copies. 28 34 Duplicate publications: Beaumont Buyers Guide, 1963-1964 (1963). 29 1 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Industrial Week (1962) notebook and photo album : preface: explains Industrial Week activities placing industry exhibits in various parts of Beaumont to display and educate the public concerning the products local businesses and manufacturers produce : Beaumont Chamber of Commerce officers roster and publicity chairman; industrial committee roster; correspondence: M.L. Lefler, Jr., to select members : exhibit plans for industrial week.; news articles and identified newspaper images concerning Industrial Week exhibits (1962); photograph images of Beaumont locations and Industrial Week company product exhibits: I DECO products exhibit; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company; Gulf Coast Machine & Supply Company (GulfCo); Texas Metal Works, Inc.; Oil City Brass Works; East Texas Pulp & Paper Company; Norvell-Wilder Supply Company; Texas-U.S. Chemical Company; Mobil Oil Company; Socony Paint Products Company; Texas State Optical; Jefferson Chemical Company; Bethlehem Steel Company; Texaco, Inc.; Hydraflo, Inc.; John Dollinger, Jr., Inc.; N.W. Winberg (Weighmaster Test Unit; Toledo Scales); Warren Manufacturing Company; Plastic Industries, Inc.; Electrical Machinery & Repair Company; Zummo Meat Company; Oil City Tractors, Inc.; Gulf Manufacturing & Lumber Company; Ohmstede Machine Works, Inc.; Texas Coffee Company : 20 -hole punch notebook album (damaged) : 7 typescript pages not sleeved : 6 sleeves with scrapbook pages and correspondence : 21 sleeves with exhibit photographs; 28cm. Series: Newspaper Clippinas 15 15 Newspaper articles, 1957-1958 (building Beaumont, petroleum, business, Elizabeth Halliday image, Baptist Hospital, flower show, art and artists, Soviet celebration, Silsbee homecoming, Nobel Prize in physics, unemployment). 15 16 Newspaper articles, 1960-1969 (Beaumont downtown, Gladys City, business, tourism, Lamar Tech dormitory, street construction, Mark Steinhagen, Chamber of Commerce election, Elvis Mason, Port of Beaumont). 15 17 Newspaper articles, 1970 (U.S. Representative Jack B. Brooks, Federal Highway Trust Fund, Chamber of Commerce election, Chamber of Commerce meeting, county road bond issues, Chamber of Commerce manager, Wayne R. Moore, labor unions, consulting service, cultural [events] activities committees, convention program, economic development, fireworks law, health bill, labor strike, Daniels Bill 16785, HR 18582, food stamps, Lamar Tech committee, Junior League, Edvard Fendler, Lee Griffin, J. Earl Brickhouse, Charles Bullock, Charles V. Hill, Beaumont city manager, George Gray, White House, Port of Beaumont). 15 18 Newspaper articles, 1970 (Carl (Buddy) Greig, Jaycee, March of Dimes, Doug Burchfield, Bill Peters, Jim Hanscom, Terry Rozelle, Rubella vaccine, Val Salmon, KFDM Television auction, Elvis Mason, First Security National Bank, Jaycee convention, Beaumont Junior Chamber of Commerce, Marine Major C. E. Nixon, Beaumont Marine Reserve, Dan Hallmark [image], Benny Thomas, Dr. Richard G. Brassard [image], Andy Agan, Dwayne Fontenot, Don Heath, Ray Courville, Jerry Deborah, Governor Preston Smith, Howard Hicks, Terry Kelly, policeman Lt. Raymond D. Williamson [image], Robert Quentin Keith [image], Dr. L. L. Melton, Arthur Goodman, Ed Van Zandt, Allan Caldwell, District Judge Jack Brookshire, Junior Chamber of Commerce State Director Gene Landry). 15 19 Newspaper articles, 1970 (John J. French Trading Post Museum; Fort Griffin museum; W.T. Block; Fort Manhassett; Texas Gulf Historical Society; C. W. Georgs Manufacturing Company; Don Streeter; C. J. Strack; Marvin Scurlock; San Augustine (Tex.); Texas Gulf Historical Society; Beaumont history; John J. French museum). 15 20 Newspaper articles, circa 1960 (race relations, Tyrrell Park and golf course, white race relations committee of the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont United Racial Council). 15 21 Newspaper articles, 1970 (Babe Zaharias, Babe Zaharias Museum). 15 22 Newspaper articles, 1970 (Chamber of Commerce budget, Sabine - Neches ship channel, rice farming, railroad management, Agribusiness Committee, Cultural Affairs Committee, business). 15 23 Newspaper articles, 1970 (Babe Zaharias Memorial fund raising). 15 24 Newspaper articles, 1970 (tourism, parks, Indian Reservation and tourism, Willow Oak Park, Texas Forestry Association—Woodland Trails). 15 25 Newspaper articles, 1970 (Mark Steinhagen, chamber of commerce committees, City Culture Survey, Beaumont Arts Council, Lt. Governor Ben Barnes (image), Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce, director nominees, Board Members, City of Beaumont property use, operating budget and finances, Elvis Mason, Whayne Moore, Miss Katherine Baxter, drug abuse education, Beaumont Junior Forum, Police Chief Willie Bauer, Texas Youth Conference, Education Committee, Highway Committee). 15 26 Newspaper articles, 1970 (Historic Sites, Spindletop Museum, Oil Industry Museum, Sun Oil Company, Will Wilson, Lt. Governor Ben Barnes, Kingsley V. Schroeder, John J. French Museum, Babe Zaharias Museum, Spindletop Dome, Lucas Gusher Monument). Series: Correspondence 16 1 Spindletop 50" Anniversary Celebration: correspondence, 1950. (letterhead: Standard Oil Company; Tension Envelope Corporation; Midwest Petroleum Marketers Association Oil Industry Service Center; Railroad Commission of Texas; Melody Maids; Rives Dyke and Company Advertising). 16 2 Spindletop 50" Anniversary Celebration: correspondence, 1950 (letterhead: Standard Oil Company; Spindletop 50" Anniversary Commission; The Independent Monthly magazine; Louis A. Brandenburg Advertising; KTRM radio; The American City magazine). 16 3 Spindletop 50" Anniversary Celebration: correspondence, 1951 (letterhead: Danvers & Company; J. Ashton Greene; Walter T. Newton (D.D.S.); The Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company; WBAPThe Star Telegram Station; Sam P. Shelburne, Oil Producer; Sun Oil Company). 16 4 Spindletop 50" Anniversary Celebration: correspondence, 1950 (E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Incorporated; Standard Oil Company; The Farrar Advertising Agency; Danvers & Company, General Insurance; Oil (monthly publication) / Oil Trade Association; The Citizen Newspapers; Southern Pacific Lines in Texas and Louisiana, Texas and New Orleans Railroad Company). 16 5 Chamber of Commerce Week, correspondence, 1962 (Beaumont Minister's Association roster, Jack Brooks, 2°" District, Congress of the United States House of Representatives; Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, Beaumont Chamber of Commerce). 16 6 Chamber of Commerce Week, correspondence, 1962 (feelings about the Chamber of Commerce: Ben Rogers; Charles H. Weinbaum, Sr.; J.W. Procter; R. M. "Jack" Frost; G. R. Bauer; L. W. Pitts; Ed Stedman; Brudge Kyle; W. F. "Bill" Weed; E.L. "Robbie" Robinson). 16 7 Chamber of Commerce Week, correspondence, 1962 (form letter from Ben Rogers to: Albert E. Shepherd; D. Pat Wheat; O.B. 16 9 Archer; Ray A. Coale; M. G. Thames; Robert W. Akers; Dale Broussard; C.H. Hopp; Joiner Cartwright; Lee B. Wheat; Fred W. Hunter; W. D. Norwood; I. F. Betts; Albert J. Coburn; Ed Stedman; R.M. Frost; J. Winston Proctor; L.W. "Skeet" Pitts; George Bauer; E. L. Robinson; W. F. Weed; Brudge E. Kyle; Charles H. Weinbaum, Sr.; form letter from Howard J. Hicks to: Otho Plummer; Ben Rogers to: C.H. LeBlanc; Don Norton; Bill Smith; Jerry Boynton; Jack Balzersen; Ralph Ramos; Bob Aldridge; Joyce Jones; Blackwell "Blackie" Arendale; Ellis Sweatte; Holmes Jenkins; Ed Van Zandt; Joe Ramsey; Howard W. Hicks to: Joe "Pat" Ramsey; Ben Rogers to: Dow Wynn; Mary Doug Stephens; P. G. "Pete" Matthews; Tyrrell Garth; D. Pat Wheat; George Beard; W. B. Schnick; C. H. Hopp; Jack Darling; H. E. Richardson; Thurman Green; Dow Wynn to Ben Rogers). Chamber of Commerce Week, correspondence, rosters, manuscript, 1963-1964 (Joe D. Bell to committees; Howard Hicks to Pat Wheat; Chamber of Commerce Week Committee roster (1964); 410,000 KW power expansion manuscript; Howard Hicks to I.F. Betts; John E. Gray to Joe D. Bell; Jack Sutton (Sutton Motors) to D.P. Wheat (radio broadcast); Joe D. Bell to Jack M. Moore; D. Pat Wheat to Jack Sutton; Howard J. Hicks to Malcolm Crane; Robert W. Akers to Joe D. Bell; Howard Hicks to Mike Isenberg; C. B. Locke; W. E. Simmons; Frank Martin; John Gray; Mr. and Mrs. George Koch; Joe Cash; Howard Hicks; Charles B. Locke; Malcolm Crane; Robert W. Akers to Joe D. Bell; Chamber of Commerce Week Committee roster; notes for Joe Bell and Frank Betts). Program of Work Committee: correspondence, reports, rosters, magazine article(s), 1963-1965 (booklet: Program of Work, 1965 / Beaumont Chamber of Commerce (pp I -X, 1-18); C. A. Duval to J. O. Crooke; Mary Doug Stephens to Bob Akers (fire safer Beaumont); Program of Work Committee roster (1964-1965); Ruth Kuhlman to Glen Richard (better library facilities); D. C. Procter (Jefferson Drug Company) to Glenn E. Richard; Joe B. Kinsel (Kinsel Ford, Inc.) to Glen E. Richard (Highway Committee planning); Mrs. Edwin J. Terry (Junior League of Beaumont) to Glen Richard (new charity hospital, library improvement plan); Sigmund S. Greenberg (The Fair, Inc.) to Glenn E. Richard (city promoting, retailing) ; A. E. "Art' Fischer (Waterways Committee); Sister M. Eymard (Hotel Dieu) to D. P. Wheat (poor housing, Beauford and Porter Streets near Mobil Oil Plant) (landscaping to beautify Neches); George E. Beard (Norvell Wilder Supply Company) to Glenn E. Richard (Drainage Committee); Clay M. Kinnaird (Ridgewood Motor Hotel) to Glenn E. Richard (clubs and conventions); John F. Geis (First Security National Bank of Beaumont) to Glenn E. Richard (Port Development and World Trade Committee); W. T. Faucett (Josey -Miller Company, Inc.) to Glenn E. Richard (Transportation Committee); I. F. Betts (American National Bank of Beaumont) to Glenn E. Richard (Lamar Tech Development Committee); Kirby Smith to Glenn Richard (Sabine Neches Council, canals and Intercoastal Waterways); Charles S. Kelly (Kelly-Hixson Funeral Home) to Glenn E. Richard (Aviation Committee); John E. Gray (First Security National Bank) to Glenn [Richard] Industrial Climate Committee; "Gusher in Southwest Research", Chemical Week magazine (1963); Aubrey D. Sprawls (Agriculture Committee); Harry R. Sharpless, Sr., to Mr. Richard (handwritten, street drainage); Judd Leighton (First Bank and Trust Company, South Bend, Indiana) to Howard J. Hicks (Chamber publications); D. Pat Wheat to Board of Directors (1965)). 16 10 Spotlight magazine: correspondence, 1960-1961 (William H. Hendelson (World Scope Encyclopedia) to Howard J. Hicks (city survey); Nola Schmucker (BCTA) to Howard Hicks (Texas Classroom Teachers Convention); Roland G. Harper (U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census) to Howard Hicks (Decennial Census); Dick Kendall (Big Spring Chamber of Commerce) to Heloise Pool (Spotlight publication); ACCE Publications Appraisal (1960); Joe Goetschius (Spotlight publication) to Kelsey Lamb (Lamb Printing) (appreciation); Joe Goetschius to Gordon Rose (North Dallas C of C) (contest entry)). Series: Committee Projects 16 11 Committee on Flag Design, Chamber of Commerce Committee Projects: correspondence, drawings, 1937 (Richard Kuhlman (New Crosby Hotel) to Committee on City Flag Design; flag drawings: Roger Moore, Bettie Lou Crawford, Dorotha Downs, Mrs. Joe Praznik; Ruby Young, Mary Lee Pfeiffer, Alice Bergin Blanchette, J. Elbert Whitaker, Jr., Lenora Ramos, [?] Dowlen, Barbara Cortez). 16 12 Committee on Flag Design, Chamber of Commerce Committee Projects: correspondence, drawings, 1937 (flag drawings: M. Phillips, Richard Kuhlman, [Karl Schwartz], J. G. LaBorde (Montgomery - Ward, Beaumont, Texas), Max Allen Phillips, Mrs. J. G. LaBorde, Billie Rainer, B.C. Gardner, Mrs. Eugene Megas). 16 13 War Memorial Committee, Chamber of Commerce Committee Projects: correspondence, minutes, drawings, 1946-1947 (C. W. Bingman (South Park Public Schools) to J. "Fuzzy" Roane (community center location); minutes, Karl Schwartz; Eunice Adams (The Young Women's Christian Association) to J. F. Roane (proposal response); Mrs. E. L. Seale (Camp Fire Girls) to J. F. Roane (proposal response); Madeleine Johnson (Texas State Optical Company) to J. F. Roane (proposal response); Mrs. A. W. Bersen (American War Mothers, chapter #7) to J. F. Roane (proposal response), Ada Mitchell to Mr. DeBusk (handwritten, treatment of veterans in Texas, 1946); W. F. Weed (Memorial Civic Center Project); W. F. Weed to J. H. Hesler (Memorial Civic Center Project); C. K. Debusk to S. Perry Brown (Memorial Civic Center Committee); R. D. Armistead to C. K. DeBusk (Civic Improvement Committee); John L. Andrew (International Association of Auditorium Managers, Inc.) to Clarence De Busk (Coliseum and Stadium for Beaumont); C. K. DeBusk to Albert Golemon (meeting); Howard Hicks to Jack Lacy (Chamber of Commerce, Saint Joseph, Missouri); Memorial Civic Center Complex proposal drawing). 16 14 War Memorial Committee, Chamber of Commerce Committee Projects: records, rosters, minutes, 1946-1947 (Memorial Screening Committee attendance record(s); roster of organizations and individuals approving Memorial efforts; War Memorial Committee minutes). Series: Chamber of Commerce Projects 16 15 Program of Work Committee, Chamber of Commerce Projects, correspondence, reports, 1964-1966 (Howard J. Hicks (survey result report); R. M. "Jack" Frost to Donald McGregor, Jr. (proposed projects of committee); Donald McGregor, Jr. (Houston) to R. M. Frost; Jim Heath (Chamber of Commerce, Snyder, Texas) to Howard J. Hicks (1966 program of work); Paul Williamson to Program of Work Committee (1966 approved agenda); Clifford H. LeBlanc (program of work)). 16 16 Program of Work Committee, Chamber of Commerce Projects, roster, schedule, agenda, notes, minutes, 1964-1966 (committee member roster; schedule of meetings; committee agenda; notes of meeting; minutes of meetings; survey questionnaire program of work statistics). 16 17 Program of Work Committee, Chamber of Commerce Projects, ballot, correspondence, questionnaire, circular, 1959-1966 (chamber ballot, program of work survey and correspondence) 16 18 Program of Work Committee, Chamber of Commerce Projects, report, 1965 (program of work questionnaire evaluation) 16 19 Chamber of Commerce Week, Chamber of Commerce Projects, roster, report, minutes, notes, proclamation, 1963-1964 (proclamation Chamber of Commerce Week, membership and committee roster(s), attendance report(s), minutes, 'to do' notes). 16 20 Environmental Pollution committees, Chamber of Commerce Projects, correspondence, 1949 (V.M. Ehlers, Texas State Department of Health, to Committee on the Federal Stream Pollution Law; V. M. Ehlers, Director Bureau of Sanitary Engineering, to Clarence K. de Busk (water and sewage treatment); A. H. Ullrich, Water and Sewage Treatment, to V. M. Ehlers (opinion suggestions for policy questionnaire); V. M. Ehlers to A. H. Ullrich (appreciation)). 16 21 Environmental Pollution committees, Chamber of Commerce Projects, data on Texas major river basins, 1949 (reports: Red River Basin; Sabine River Basin; Trinity River Basin; Brazos River Basin; Colorado River Basin; Guadalupe River Basin; Nueces River Basin; Rio Grande River Basin; sewerage system(s) pollution potential ratings; map of Texas sewerage system locations and river basin locations; flow stream data; average annual stream flow map; river basin projects map; river basin ratings). 16 22 Botanical Report on the Big Thicket, Chamber of Commerce Projects, ca1940 (save the forest report). 16 23 Tyrrell Public Library, Chamber of Commerce Projects, 1928-1942 (P.F. Lawson, Publicity Director, to Lucy Fuller, Librarian (letter from Mexico City Library Department); Ray Gill, Secretary, to Lucy Fuller, Librarian (forwarded mail); Lucy T. Fuller, Librarian, to Ray Gill and German Consulate, Galveston (German books for library); Lucy T. Fuller, Secretary Beaumont Open Forum, to Ray Gill, Secretary, (Beaumont Open Forum Speakers); E. G. Clingenpeel, South Texas Citizen, Laredo, Texas, to Secretary Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas (library facilities and CWA); Frank A. Fitch, The Fitch Band & Orchestra School, St. Petersburg, Florida, to Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas (opening a music school locally); P.F. Lawson, Publicity Director, to Frank A. Fitch, The Fitch Band and Orchestra School (response concerning music in Beaumont); C.K. De Busk, General Manager, to Dorothy L. Smith, Reader's Advisor, Tyrrell Public Library (victory book drive)). 16 24 Tyrrell Public Library, Chamber of Commerce Projects, Tyrrell Public Library Summary of Annual Reports, 1927-1947 (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Libraries booklet; Tyrrell Public Library Summary Annual Report booklets; history summaries of the opening of the Tyrrell Public Library; the first annual report of the Tyrrell Public Library). 16 25 The Albert Report, Chamber of Commerce Projects, 1941 (39 page report grading Beaumont and advising improvements for the public welfare and growth of the city). 16 26 The Black Community, Chamber of Commerce Projects, correspondence, map, report, 1935 (Barnwell Community Center for Negroes, Quarterly Report; correspondence, D.B. Taylor, Division of Negro Education, to Secretary Chamber of Commerce (The Sixth Annual Conference on Negro Education); Ray Gill to D.B. Taylor (negro families on the "relief rolls"); Ray Gill to G.M. Roligan, Negro Agricultural Agent (canning plant and the Work Projects Administration [W.P.A.]; oversize map outlining African- American city-wide distribution removed for preservation). 16 27 Spindletop 50" Anniversary Celebration, Chamber of Commerce Projects, Organizational materials, 1950-1951 (committee rosters; Spindletop news release(s); correspondence; manuscript (presentation script); reservation forms; Lucas Gusher Monument inscription; area wells output report; Texas Parade manuscript; reservations roster; slogan contest; du Pont news release; pupil essay contest instructions and guidelines; Charles M. Carroll to Chamber of Commerce (1950, George W. Carroll 1892 investment in Pattillo Higgins' Gladys City Oil, Gas and Manufacturing Company); copy of first letterhead Gladys City Oil, Gas and Manufacturing Company; special events agenda). Series: Chamber of Commerce Projects 25 1 Spindletop 50th Anniversary Celebration Commission and Committee Minutes (1950-1951). 25 2 Chamber of Commerce Projects, Spindletop 50th Anniversary Commission and Committee minutes (1950). 25 3 Chamber of Commerce Projects, Spindletop 50th Anniversary (1951) : speeches given at 1951 anniversary celebration: The Costs of All Out Mobilization (January 10, 1951) / David Rockefeller, Vice -President, The Chase National Bank of New York : given at Beaumont Rotary Club Meeting, Beaumont, Texas; Progress. Productivity and Wages (January 10, 1951) / C. E. Wilson, President of General Motors : given at 50th celebration dinner; Remarks of Walter S. Carpenter. Jr.. Chairman of the Board of Directors. I. E. du Pont de Nemours & C ffv (January 10, 1951) / Walter S. Carpenter, Jr.: given before 50th anniversary dinner; The Spirit of Spindletop (January 10, 1951) / B. Brewster Jennings, President Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Inc.: given at Spindletop 50th Anniversary. 25 4 Chamber of Commerce Projects, Heil Process Equipment, Cleveland, Ohio (1967): Beaumont Chamber of Commerce information and enticements to locate business in Beaumont, Texas: notes; correspondence: lease space available; statistics; appreciation.: poster/bulletin/mailer: Lamar State College of Technology : Chamber of Commerce spiral bound report: possible plant sites for lease; projects; local news transcription: Sampson Iron & Supply Company; The Reed Company; Gulf Coast Supply Company.: Chamber of Commerce spiral bound report: Beaumont. Texas: cost of living survey; homes for sale with sale prices; apartments with prices; news articles: quality of life cultural events; maps; calendar of events in Beaumont, Texas (1967) : business card: Heil Process Equipment Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. 25 5 [Beaumont] Chamber of Commerce Projects, Beaumont Topography (1966): correspondence: request of Beaumont Chamber of Commerce to Texas Highway Department for traffic maps.: information concerning topographic maps with order forms : maps list : United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey, Texas diagram of topographic maps available (1964). 25 6 [Beaumont] Chamber of Commerce Projects, Ballot for Directors (1967): correspondence: Wheat to Norwood, ballots counted, elected officers (1967).: Ballot for Directors, Greater Beaumont, Inc. (1967) and ballot tally. Series: Annual Membership Meetinas 25 7 Annual Membership Meeting (1962): Beaumont Chamber of Commerce 58" annual membership meeting, program/dinner menu : single fold, heavy paper : color, graphic illustration ; 23cm.: correspondence: Pyraglass, Inc. to Howard Hicks: certificate arrived in bad condition, cannot process for glass duplication. 25 8 Annual Membership Meeting (1963): list of things to do acknowledgement receipt of certificate for glass duplication, Pyraglass, Inc.: correspondence: Betts to membership: appreciation for fine job annual meeting.; Hicks to Becker Printing Company: gratitude for excellent printing. ; Morrison to membership: anticipation of 60" annual meeting of Jan 1964. 25 9 Annual Membership Meeting (1964): notes on Annual Meeting: current progress of arrangements and preparations. : correspondence: Morrison to members: appreciation and acknowledgements of job well done, 60" annual meeting.; Hicks to Frost: appreciation for arranging Beaumont Enterprise publish Chamber of Commerce annual reports.: course notes/handout: Keys to Successful Annual Meeting : notes: suggested speakers poster/circular: Speaker of the 60" Annual Membership Meeting, Edwin P. Neilan, President, United States Chamber of Commerce. 25 10 Annual Membership Meeting, correspondence (1965): Wheat to members: various remarks.; Hicks to selected: invitation to sit at head table.; Miriam Schwarty to Howard J. Hicks: appreciation for ticket and decline to attend : handwritten, signature.; Hicks to area chambers of commerce: announcement of 1966 annual meeting and location.; Hicks to Frost: appreciation for Beaumont Enterprise printing of annual reports.; Hicks to Walter: Annual Meeting arrangements.; John E. Gray to Bill" Phillips: Beaumont Club luncheon to discuss annual meeting program.; Hicks to various complimentary tickets.; Lee Nelson, Executive Vice - President, Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce, to Hicks: annual banquet of the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce. 25 11 Annual Membership Meeting, Organizational Material (1965): list of annual meeting speakers (1957-1965) : notes : Annual Meeting Committee assignments roster : Program script of annual meeting : Annual Meeting Committee minutes : head table instructions and seating arrangements : invitation list for annual meeting : dinner program and menu: playbill and stage curtain format with circular cut-outs showing officer images : triple fold ; 22X65cm folded to 22X22.5cm. 25 12 Annual Membership Meeting, Memorandum and Correspondence (1966): correspondence and roster to invite: Hicks to Wiley: tickets.; Diasselliss, Kirbyville, Chamber of Commerce, to Hicks: pleased to accept invitation.; Hicks to various: hotel reservations, tickets, pleasantries.; D. Pat Wheat to Mrs. C. W. Bingman: appreciation for contributions made to the city.; Hicks to Becker Printing Company: appreciation for fulfilling printing requirements 62°" annual meeting.; Hicks memorandum to Jane: supply information concerning money paid or outstanding.; F.L. McDonald, Lamar State College of Technology, Beaumont Texas, to Pat Wheat: appreciation for dedicating annual meeting to Lamar [State College].; memorandum: potential speakers.; R.M. "Jack" Frost to membership: anticipation for next year's events. 25 13 Annual Membership Meeting, Organizational Material (1966): subcommittees and instructions 62"d annual meeting : list of head table name signs : scripted program for 62"d annual meeting, confidential suggestions : roster out-of-town guest at 62"d annual meeting : interoffice correspondence and speech notes: Bruce W. Marcus to Thomas E. Carter: request background information to compile (Mr.) Warner's speech.: to-do list.