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|Lufkin Central Ward Elementary 1942.
1st through 6th grade. Was located where the Civic Center stands today. I began my schooling here in 1947.
|History and Description of Angelina Co. Texas, 1888. Compiled and Published by R.W. Haltom, Editor of The Leader, Lufkin Texas, 1888. PDF Format. Free Adobe Reader Download if needed|
|Lufkin High School 1908. May have been both the Senior and Junior High school level combined. Building razed and later, Central Ward Elem. was built at this location. Still later, Lufkin's Civic Center was located here.||Old Burke Store and Post Office.The Burke community is about 6 miles south of Lufkin on U.S. Hwy 59.|
|Lufkin High School to 1936. Was located at Raguet & Ellis. Later became the Junior High. Building razed and now a parking lot
for Lufkin Industries.
|Kiwanis International, Lufkin, Texas|
Lufkin Texas Charter Members, 1947. First meeting after receiving charter on April 29, 1947.
|Lufkin High School 1937 to 1955. Located between Raguet and Angelina near Denman, it later became Lufkin Junior High.||Old Texas Highway Dept. Main Office, 1940's.Remember the fish pond/fountain, squirrel cage and tennis court? There was nothing but a short fence between my home and a great big playground.|
|Lufkin High School 1955. High School was relocated to a new site and this is now Lufkin Middle School. Grades 6, 7 and 8.||300 block of N. 1st St. abt 1950. Mowan Photography Studio 2nd to right. At far right, Curley Clayton Cleaners. These building are gone now. All were replaced by Consolidated Communication offices. The entire block!|
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