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1910 Lufkin Parade. Angelina Countians have turned out for a downtown parade. Lufkin Ave looking East from Cotton (Calder) Square. Red brick building is where Perry Bros building stands today.

1910 Lufkin Parade. Angelina Countians have turned out for a downtown parade. Lufkin Ave looking East from Cotton (Calder) Square. Red brick building is where Perry Bros building stands today.

Lufkin National Bank & H. & J. Abram 1907. Faced Lufkin Ave. at the corner of North First St. If you know who occupied the 3rd building in 1907

Lufkin National Bank & H. & J. Abram 1907. Faced Lufkin Ave. at the corner of North First St. If you know who occupied the 3rd building in 1907

Ellis Street Lufkin 1912. Looking East from Ellis Street towards the H.E. & W.T. RR Depot & town water tower (Stand Pipe) in the center. Bonner Hotel on the left. Shearer home on the right.

Ellis Street Lufkin 1912. Looking East from Ellis Street towards the H.E. & W.T. RR Depot & town water tower (Stand Pipe) in the center. Bonner Hotel on the left. Shearer home on the right.

luf-ave-parade.jpg (593×352). in downtown Lufkin. Automobile load of Lufkin beauties coming down Lufkin Ave. from Cotton Square. The building on the corner is the Denman Hospital. Very early 1900's.

luf-ave-parade.jpg (593×352). in downtown Lufkin. Automobile load of Lufkin beauties coming down Lufkin Ave. from Cotton Square. The building on the corner is the Denman Hospital. Very early 1900's.

Rosebud Main Street circa 1914

Rosebud Main Street circa 1914

Cherry's Cafe-Hangout, 1940's. 1001 South First St., Lufkin. . This pictures dates the location where Casa Morales sits.  We lost this building in a fire in 2007.  Tragic times as many memories were lost.

Cherry's Cafe-Hangout, 1940's. 1001 South First St., Lufkin. . This pictures dates the location where Casa Morales sits. We lost this building in a fire in 2007. Tragic times as many memories were lost.

Angelina County Hospital, 1920's. Closed by new owner, Hospital Corporation of America, who built Woodland Heights Hospital to replace it. Parkwood Place nursing facility is located here today.

Angelina County Hospital, 1920's. Closed by new owner, Hospital Corporation of America, who built Woodland Heights Hospital to replace it. Parkwood Place nursing facility is located here today.

luf-1907.jpg (500×313) Lufkin, TX 1907

luf-1907.jpg (500×313) Lufkin, TX 1907

Public Hanging on Cotton Square in Lufkin about 1900, when Texas counties carried out their own executions. Crowds came to witness these events. Many dads made young sons watch, hoping it would keep them on a lawful path in life.

Public Hanging on Cotton Square in Lufkin about 1900, when Texas counties carried out their own executions. Crowds came to witness these events. Many dads made young sons watch, hoping it would keep them on a lawful path in life.

1st Calvary Division parade in El Paso, Texas 1914

1st Calvary Division parade in El Paso, Texas 1914

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