Hopkins County Genealogical Society recently announced the publication of their much-anticipated book The Progressive City – History of Downtown Sulphur Springs 1914. It is the culmination of five years of research and was compiled by Shirley Lunceford Patchen.
This book contains incredible history about the town and the people that lived in Sulphur Springs during the early part of the twentieth century. The cost is $50 and it may be purchase by contacting the HCGS library at 611 N. Davis Street in Sulphur Springs or calling 903-885-8523.
The book is Unibind steel spine bound with 459 pages (including 234 photos of early businesses and business leaders), a full name index, and a removable mapdepicting business locations.