Tag Archive: Gregg County Historical Museum

Mar 27 2012

Dalton Days feature shotgun weddings

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Offering free marriage license and stay in a local hotel       Michael and Nicole Joseph were married three years ago. They will be re-tying their knot April 14 in a dramatic ceremony in which the wedding party will include a cast of bank robbers–so to speak. The last time these desperadoes preyed on …

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Jan 31 2012

Museum honors black history

Black History Then and Now is the theme of the Gregg County Historical Museum’s 2012 salute to African-American history. This month-long exhibit opened February 2 and features a timeline of American Black History, spiced with a chronicle of local black history and how it relates to black history nationally. Photographs, documents and various artifacts will …

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Jan 24 2012

Museum cover AT&T Yellow Pages

Neina Kennedy, Museum Director; Edwin Graves, AT&T Advertising Solutions Area Market Manager; Dee Farmer, Senator Eltife’s district director;  Candice Gast, AT&T external affairs director; and the Honorable Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt  attend the unveiling of the new AT&T Yellow Pages at the Gregg County Historical Museum.

The Gregg County Historical Museum personnel, volunteers, board members, community members and AT&T executives were delighted to unveil the cover of the new Greater Longview AT&T Real Yellow Pages directory featuring the Everett Building, home to the Gregg County Historical Museum. Tammy Cromer-Campbell took the cover photo, which highlights the structure’s rounded bay and recessed …

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