Maybe not much help but the Szczekociny Municipality website has some historic draft of the town and a few photos:
In the XIX century Szczekociny belong to clans of £ubieński, Czacki, Halpert. In the city dominates small trade, weaving, shoemaking. A small cloth factory and distilleries established here Like a number of small towns of Congress Poland, Szczekociny lost its town charter in 1870 to reclaim it again in 1923.
At that time, a serious economic strength begins to form the Jewish population in the town which was increasingly eager to settle down in Szczekociny, finding here a favorable climate and good neighborliness. The interwar period confirms the status of the city as a local administrative and economic center.
(sorry for the clumsy translation)
Check also History of Szczekociny Facebook page: facebook/HistoriaSzczekocin/photos_stream
Somewhat more photos over there..