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16x24 Poster; Map Of The City Of Fort Worth Texas 1880

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Fort Worth, Texas: A Photographic Portrait

by: Peter A. Calvin
Fort Worth, Texas is one of the most cultured and cosmopolitan cities in the world. Photographer Peter A. Calvin captures Fort Worth s revitalization in his photos of both new and handsomely restored buildings and parks. Renaissance Revival architecture stands beside modern masterpieces, as well as structures with strong Native American influences. The Kimball Art Museum and Bass Performance Hall s Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, among others, reflect a renowned level of artistic sophistication. Cattle ranches, rodeo, and Native American traditions are revered through public statuary, museums, and festivals.
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History of Texas: Fort Worth and the Texas Northwest, Vol. 1

by: Buckley B. Paddock
Capt. B. B. Paddock was one of the most prolific authors on Texas history. His writings are probably the most complete and best balanced ones. This book covers the history of the Texas Northwest and especially the history of the Fort Worth Region. This is volume one out of two.
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Texas Merchant: Marvin Leonard and Fort Worth

by: Victoria Buenger, Walter L. Buenger
Few department stores symbolized the aspirations of a community or represented the identity of its citizens in a stronger or more enduring way than Leonards in Fort Worth, Texas. For over fifty years, Marvin Leonard, the store’s founder, and his brother Obie ran a store that was always a unique place to shop. Customers also found a stunning array of goods—fur coats and canned tuna, pianos and tractors—and an environment that combined the spectacular with the familiar.

But the story of Leonards goes beyond the store and the man who made it.
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Fort Worth Parks

by: Susan Allen Kline, Fort Worth Parks and Community Services Department
Fort Worth sits on a blend of timber and prairie land that is transected by the Trinity River and its tributaries. These physical attributes invited the creation of parks to preserve scenic landscapes and to provide Fort Worth residents with access to nature. Generous land donations as well as the foresight of city leaders allowed for the acquisition of park land, particularly after the formation of the park department in 1909. Local architects and such well-known names as George E. Kessler, Hare and Hare, Philip Johnson, and Lawrence Halprin have left a rich legacy of nationally recognized parks and recreational amenities.
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Fort Worth's Quality Hill

by: Brenda S. McClurkin, Inc Historic Fort Worth
In the late 19th century, Fort Worth’s Quality Hill succeeded Samuels Avenue as the city’s prestigious residential neighborhood. Cattle barons, bankers, attorneys, and business entrepreneurs selected this west-side locale to construct exquisite homes that reflected their wealth and prominence in the community. Bounded by Seventh Street on the north, Pennsylvania Avenue on the south, Henderson Street on the east, and the Trinity River on the west, the area had an unequaled civility. Quality Hill set the standard for fine living, elaborate entertaining, and philanthropy.
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Baseball In Fort Worth

by: Mark Presswood, Chris Holaday, J. Chris Holaday
In 2003, over 160,000 fans watched professional baseball in downtown Fort Worth's near north side. Baseball, which had been played in this north side area since 1911, had returned after a near 40-year absence. Fort Worth's rich tradition of professional baseball dates back to the start of the Texas League of Professional Baseball Clubs in 1888 and includes many players who continued to impact our national pastime at the major league level.

Presenting over 170 photographs, programs, and maps this volume documents not only the play on the field, but the fun and excitement off the field as well.
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Fort Worth, TX: One of America's Best Places to Live

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Fort Worth, Texas - Drive through Downtown Fort Worth HD (2016)

Fort Worth is the 16th-largest city in the United States and the fifth-largest city in the state of Texas. The city is located in North Central Texas and covers nearly ...


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