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RECENT FORUM ACTIVITY

The Paris Junior College History Department, in a continuing project, collects oral histories from Lamar County veterans of World War II. In recordings and transcripts, the veterans bring to life what it meant to serve 60 years ago.


Listed below are links to historical and genealogical societies and related groups and institutions within the Paris Junior College service area.

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HISTORICAL
SOCIETIES

Lamar County
Red River County

GENEALOGICAL
SOCIETIES

Lamar County
Hopkins County
Fannin County
Red River County
Aikin Office
A Veteran�s Promise Is Kept

Terrell Boyd taught veterans, many of them handicapped, at Paris Junior College's jewelry department.

ODDS & ENDS FROM THE ARCHIVES

Formal handbags from the family of a mayor show what was in vogue in early 20th century Paris.

The Journals encompass articles, notes and other informative posts about the A.M. & Welma Aikin Jr. Regional Archives, the history of the Paris Junior College service area and its people, and the topic of history in general.

Photo of Daisy HarvillDAISY HARVILL, Archivist

The archivist of the A.M. & Welma Aikin Regional Archives writes about the archives' content, the history of the Paris area and other items of interest to Archives visitors.

Photo of Dwight ChaneyDWIGHT CHANEY, PJC's dean of academic studies

Dwight Chaney comments on Lamar County's William A. Owens, a noted teacher, lecturer and writer, and on related topics of historical and literary interest.

THE ACADEMIC JOURNAL

Entries in this Journal are written by Paris Junior College students and other guests of AikinArchives.Org either as part of their academic curriculum or by invitation. Topics in this Journal are more wide-ranging, but generally include not only items of historical interest, but also entries centering around culture, heritage and the regions from which the authors hail.

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