The "Lake Como Weekly" newspaper was established in 1940 by William H. Wilburn, Sr. This page from 1950 reflects the first name of the paper as the paper in later years would undergo five name changes.
Literacy; education; Fort Worth; Fort Worth Star-Telegram; Diane Smith; birthday
Laminated newspaper clipping from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. The article was written by Diane Smith on the occasion of Mrs. Peace's 100th birthday and reflects on her contributions to literacy education.
Special Order; Headquarters; United Confederate Veterans; Stephen D. Lee; Wm. E. Mickle; Pewee Valley Confederate Home; Louisville, Kentucky; Colonel Biscoe Hindman; Fort Worth
A Special Order from the headquarters of the United Confederate Veterans announcing the building and dedication of a monument to the graves of the dead at Pewee Valley Confederate Home near Louisville, Kentucky through the efforts of Colonel Biscoe...
Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Office Employees International Union, Local No. 277; AFL-CIO; Norman, Ray F.; Cobb, Luther; Craft, Lorretta; Morton, Frank
Meeting in Montreal, members of Office Employees International Union considered leaving the AFL-CIO because the OEIU wanted the right to organize all white-collar workers and felt that other industrial unions, also affiliated with the AFL-CIO, were...