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The W. T. Carter Lumber Company founded the community of Camp Ruby in southeast Polk County, Texas, in 1925 to house the workers it employed to harvest the timber in the Big Thicket, as the surrounding tracks of forest were called. Before these very same forests overgrew and eventually concealed almost every vestige of the community's former existence, Camp Ruby had for more than 20 years been the cherished home of its hard-working residents. This is the story of their family and working lives as recalled by those former residents in conversations with the author. Included is a roster of the camp's families as well as a gallery of personal photographs. Indexed.
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Norma Hammond McLoughlin grew up in Polk County, Texas, and graduated from Big Sandy High School. She received her RN degree from Scott and White Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Temple, Texas, and worked as a school nurse in a private school in New Orleans before returning to Texas to retire. She also wrote Deep Roots in the Tall Pines (a history of southeast Polk County, Texas), Sawdust Memories (a history of Camden, Texas), Leggett, Texas....Its History and People, Footsteps in the Sands of Time (a history of the Hammond family) and A Nursing School Diary.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1451556063
Book Description CreateSpace, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111451556063