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Following a tradition of “Town Bands” in Lufkin dating back to 1901, the modern day Lufkin Community Band was organized by its current Music Director and Conductor David Smith and one of his most treasured mentors, the late Dr.

Jack Hudgins, Founding President of Angelina College, in 2001.

The LCB consists of professional and amateur musicians from throughout Lufkin and the Pineywoods area and is sponsored by Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas.

The Lufkin Community Band endeavors to increase each member’s musical skills as we perform music for enjoyment and to preserve the rich history of concert wind-band music.

The LCB is a community band made up of musicians who believe that music is far too important to be left entirely in the hands of professionals.

We believe that this gift of music is to be shared and we hope we can share it with you.

This four-fold boxwood rule has a brass round joint at the center and two brass hinges. One side has a scale of inches divided to 1/8" and numbered by ones from 23 to 1.

One arm is marked: NInitially a manufacturer of boards for measuring timber and then of steel measuring tapes, the Lufkin Rule Company took that name in 1885 and moved from Cleveland, Ohio, to Saginaw, Mich., in 1895.

By 1903 Lufkin was the largest manufacturer of steel measuring tapes in the United States.

Around 1915 the firm began importing boxwood folding rules from central Europe and made the rules itself once World War I cut off its supplies. Keller, "The Lufkin Rule Company," in A Source Book for Rule Collectors, ed.

While Lufkin had a model 651 (formerly 68) that it advertised from the early 20th century into the 1950s, model 651B only began to appear in 1916 and disappeared by 1925. Lufkin president Fred Buck received the patent noted on the instrument for an improvement to the joint. Cooper Industries purchased the company in 1967, closing its factories but preserving Lufkin as a brand name. References: Lufkin Rule Company, Measuring Tapes and Rules, cat. 9 (Saginaw, [1916]), 77; Fred Buck, "Joint for Folding Rules" (U. Patent 1,286,525 issued December 3, 1918); Lufkin Rule Company, Measuring Tapes, Rules, and Machine Tools, cat.

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