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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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Feature articles on this site

» January 18, 2007 | General | A Veteran’s Promise Is Kept
Terrell Boyd taught veterans, many of them handicapped, at Paris Junior College's jewelry department.
» October 23, 2006 | General | The Class of ‘46 never parted
The PHS Class of 1946 has never parted, thanks to its permanent secretary, Mary Ann Stephens.
» June 21, 2006 | General | Quilt Commemorates A School
Eva Hall Brown's quilt keeps fond memories of the old Emberson School alive.
» April 14, 2006 | Odds & Ends | Early 20th Century Handbags
Formal handbags from the family of a mayor show what was in vogue in early 20th century Paris.
» April 12, 2006 | General | Battle flag proudly displayed
The battle flag from a Paris native's World War II landing craft support ship is on display at the Aikin Archives.

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