Tyler Texas Postcard Collection: Government and Public Buildings


Postcards represent yet another media, in addition to text, stories and photographs, that enables us to visualize, and remember, the past.

Knowing the value that such cards possess in documenting the past of Tyler and East Texas, we have assembled a small collection of historic postcards, and present them on this website.

Thus, this section attempts to build a more complete collection depicting the architecture of Tyler and East Texas during the first 50-60 years of the 20th Century. It is hoped that its availability will provide another media contributing to the enjoyment and edification of those of you with East Texas connections.

Smith County Texas courthouse, downtown, Tyler, Texas
Dedicated on October 6, 1910, demolished in 1955

Smith County Texas courthouse Plaza, downtown, Tyler, Texas

Smith County Courthouse, Tyler, Texas
Smith County Courthouse, Tyler, Texas

Smith County Courthouse, Tyler, Texas
Smith County Courthouse, Tyler, Texas

Public square, showing Smith County court house
and Citizens National Bank, Tyler, Texas

Public square, showing Smith County court house and Citizens National Bank, Tyler, Texas

City Hall, Tyler, Texas, at 212 North Bonner Avenue
Opened August 3, 1939

City Hall, Tyler, Texas

Post Office, Tyler, Texas
Post Office, Tyler, Texas

Post Office, Tyler, Texas
Post Office, Tyler, Texas

Woman's Building, Tyler, Texas, on 911 South Broadway Avenue
Opened October 4, 1932

Woman's Building, Tyler, Texas

Tyler

Businesses | Government Bldgs
Aerials-Greetings
Homes | Hotels & Motels
Churches-Schools
Roses & Gardens | Slideshow

East Texas

Etex Oil & Gas

Etex Motels


HOME | TOURISM | MAPS | POUNDS AIRPORT | ROSE GARDEN | SHOPPING | HOTELS | DINING
JOBS | RECREATION & OUTDOORS | TYLER FOR KIDS-TEENS | PHOTOS | BUSINESS | OIL & GAS | MUSEUMS
REAL ESTATE | LAKE TYLER | LAKE PALESTINE | EAST TEXAS CITIES | LINKS | SITE MAP | ABOUT THIS SITE | CONTACT US
Copyright © 2017 TylerTexasOnline.com All Rights Reserved.
This website is operated by a private entity with no connection to or affiliation with the City of Tyler, Smith County, TXDOT, NETRMA, or other governmental agency