American Bicentennial Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of two binders divided into folders concerning the celebration of the American Bicentennial in Fort Worth. The folders are arranged in the same order as they were in the binders. Two folders consist of copies of the Bicentennial Review and the program for the city of Fort Worth celebration of the American Bicentennial. The last four folders consist of materials pulled from the Fort Worth 150 Committee, which was organized to celebrate Fort Worth's 150th anniversary. The Package was originally catalogue but it was removed from the database and placed in the Archives. The extent of the collection is 2 boxes (.75 linear feet), and the date range is 1973-1975.
- 1973 - 1976
- Unknown (Person)
Gaylord/SIRS created the Bicentennial special Program Package for the American Issues Forum in 1975. The American Issues Forum was part of the Bicentennial Celebration funded by the National Endowment for the Humanitities, "[t]hrough which the American people [would] have an opportunity to reconsider their origins and the philosophical basis on which the American experiment was established." Each community was to decide if they wanted to hold a discussion group based on the American Issues Forum guidelines.
.75 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
Language of Materials
Bennett L. Smith donated the records of the Bicentennial Association of Fort Worth in 1978. The Package was originally catalogue but it was removed from the database and placed in the Archives.
- American Bicentennial Collection
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