This is a selection of pages from a booklet written by Lee Evans about life as a trolley car conductor in Little Rock during the early 1900s. The booklet is 38 pages long and also discusses information about Evans' family. Evans, who was originally from Junet, Arkansas, worked as a trolley car conductor in Little Rock and later in Texas for over 36 years.
Booklet, 7 x 4.5"
I love all things pertaining to the turn of the 20th century and I especially loved to read about what life in Little Rock was like around that time. I think this booklet gives a unique social perspective of the city during that time. - Danyelle McNeill
Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark.
Tales from the Vault - Celebrating 110 Years
The Trumpet Press
Arkansas State Archives
Thirty-Six Years on the Trolley Car, PE05343, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas
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