Candace Bridal Session at the Historical Frank Bell House • Flint Texas

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Frank and Sarah (Swann) Bell, descendants of 1850s East Texas pioneers, built this classical revival house in Tyler in 1900. Bell owned and operated a store and a farm. The couple had eight children. One son, Frank M. Bell, served 1942-66 as postmaster of Tyler. Banker-civic leader Henry Marsh Bell, another son, inherited the house. It remained in his family until 1960. Threatened with destruction, it was moved here in 1974 and restored. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark – 1978 Incise on base: Restored by the R. Randall Cape Family • Tyler, Texas  • Smith County


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