Smith and Todd Poultry Farm Photo Collection
Photographs from the Smith and Todd poultry hauling business. The collection includes images of the owners, aerial photographs of the farm, and pictures of the different trucks the company used over time.
- Event: Donated 7/31/2015 by Jere Jackson for Sam Smith
Language of Materials
The collection is in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research.
Biographical / Historical
Paul H. "Pete" Smith and Neil Todd started the Smith and Todd Poultry Farm of Nacogdoches, Texas sometime between 1947 and 1951. Both men appear in the 1947 Nacogdoches city directory with different occupations. The first reference to their company is in 1951, when Bright Coop sold it's first live "chicken hauler" for "Smith and Todd Poultry" (www.brightcoop.com/about-us). The 1952 city directory lists Smith and Todd Poultry Farm as the occupation of each man. The company changed its name to Smith and Todd Poultry, Inc. in 1966 and ceased operations in 1999.
0.25 Cubic Feet
This collection consists of thirty photographs described in seven folders and housed in one clamshell box.
All the photographs with the exception of one are in good condition. There is one photograph is stuck to the framing glass it was placed under.
- Guide to the Smith & Todd Poultry Farm Photo Collection
- Kyle Ainsworth
- Language of description
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Part of the East Texas Research Center Repository