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A Stitch in Time: Goodman-LeGrand House hosts antique quilt display

Longview News-Journal 07 Feb 2021
The Goodman-LeGrand House and Museum in downtown Tyler allows visitors to get a glimpse of what a residence looked like at least 100 years ago ... In 1939, Sallie Goodman-LeGrand, the daughter of William Jefferies Goodman and Mary Priscilla Gaston, donated the house and its nine acres to the city of Tyler to be opened as a museum.
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Martha E. Pillows

The News-Gazette 04 Feb 2021
She worked at Atwood Industries for several years, as well as in retail and antiques ... Together, they traveled, gardened and eventually retired to Whitehouse, Texas, in 1994, where she continued her work at Tyler Square Antiques until she moved back to Illinois to be near family.
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Weaving through Time: Goodman-LeGrand House hosts antique quilt display

Tyler Morning Telegraph 31 Jan 2021
The Goodman-LeGrand House and Museum in downtown Tyler allows visitors to get a glimpse of what a residence looked like at least 100 years ago ... William Jefferies Goodman and Mary Priscilla Gaston, donated the house and its nine acres to the city of Tyler to be opened as a museum ... This antique quilt display will be available for viewing through Feb.
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Eagle Archives, Jan. 26, 1957: Swap-shop Gaffeys facelift antique barn

The Berkshire Eagle 26 Jan 2021
Gaffey, who used to run the Swap Shop on Eagle Street, have swapped an old barn and adjoining small store for a newer-model antiques shop ... So the Gaffeys, wise in the antiques business, bought a century-old setup with frontages at 86 Tyler St ... Gaffey had a varied career before getting into antiques.
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Entrepreneur's new company 'started itself. . . . I just kind of held onto the reins'

Marietta Daily Journal 26 Jan 2021
Jan. 25—As a sophomore in high school in 1996, Tyler Eastman saw his first business opportunity. He stopped into an antique store in his hometown of Lyons and asked the owner if she'd heard of eBay, which was becoming popular ... .
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Entrepreneur’s new company ‘started itself. . . . I just kind of held onto the reins’

The Wichita Eagle 25 Jan 2021
As a sophomore in high school in 1996, Tyler Eastman saw his first business opportunity. He stopped into an antique store in his hometown of Lyons and asked the owner ... .
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