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This collection contains meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, and a history of the club.
The A. P. Barrett Papers document his aviation and business interests in Fort Worth. The materials cover the period 1928-1982, and include news articles, programs, stationery, brochures, periodicals, photographs, and one album. The extent of the collection is 2 boxes. The collection has been arranged in five series.
This collection consists of genealogical research materials of Abby Moran.
The majority of the abstracts of title in this collection relate to Tarrant County, although a few abstracts are from different counties in Texas and Oklahoma. The collection is arranged by state, county, city, and addition. The extent of the collection is 22 boxes (11 linear feet).
This collection of materials was assembled by Ahdel Chadwick. It consists of materials from the Fort Worth Opera, McCammon Voice Competition, Van Cliburn Competition, and programs from other performing arts events. It also includes records from the Whitlock Music Club, yearbooks from several clubs, school annuals and other school-related documents. Materials from Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick’s travels, datebooks, real estate documents, and photographs are also in the collection.
This collection consists of materials relating to Albert A. Sanguinett and his wife, Lillian Dickinson Kile Gardner Sanguinett.
This collection consists of materials relating to Thomas Leach and his family, primarily deeds. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
The collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings and printed matter pertaining to Alexander Hogg, who served as superintendent of Fort Worth Public Schools between 1883 and 1905. Hogg was a nationally known educator. He also was editor of the Texas & Pacific Quarterly, a literary magazine published by the T & P Railroad and author of several books, including "The Railroad in Education".
This collection contains correspondence, historical, and stock information about All-Church Press, Inc. Series IV consists of business correspondence.
This collection consists of materials related to All Saints' Episcopal Church.
The collection consists of scrapbook pages, clippings, correspondence, and one photograph documenting Mr. Locke’s devotion to the humane treatment of animals. Mr. Locke collected articles he wrote as well as articles that interested him.
The American Red Cross Records consist of documents, photographs, slides, and negatives, publications, newspaper clippings, textiles, and realia. The materials date from 1916-2010, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1940s-1980s.
This collection consists of materials acquired by Mrs. John Q. Anderson related to the Caldwell Family. It consists of correspondence, wills, lineage charts, family group sheets, abstracts from books, manuscripts, censuses, map, etc.
The collection was kept in original order. The extent of the collection is 2 boxes (1 linear foot).
The Andrew Thomas Seymour, III Papers consist of photographs; invitations, programs, promotional items, tickets and booklets pertaining to Bass Hall, Exchange Club of Fort Worth, Fort Worth Museum of Science & History and Van Cliburn Foundation; brochures from Thomas S. Byrne Inc.; and University of Texas reunion materials. The materials date from 1953-2007 and measure .20 linear feet (1 box).
The Ann Marek Collection consists of 9 boxes or 3 linear feet of materials. The collection includes biographical materials, photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and awards. Comprehensive dates for the collection are 1969-2001.
The Heidi Play Scrapbooks consists of five scrapbooks documenting the performances of Heidi over three decades. The scrapbooks include press clippings, reviews, programs, photographs, and newsletters. The materials date from 1963-1998 and measure .8 linear feet (2 boxes).
The Anna Mowery Collection consists of three boxes comprising 1 linear foot with inclusive dates of 1992-2008. The collection consists of materials collected by Anna Mowery from her office and of Fort Worth women’s political careers. Included in the collection are photographs, books, certificates, a congressional act and a scrapbook.
Association for Procuring Employment for Rebel Deserters Who Have Taken the Oath of Allegiance to the United States Record
The scrapbook consists of clippings, yearbooks, letters, programs and photographs.
This collection consists of miscellaneous ballet programs from the Fort Worth Ballet, touring ballet companies, and other local companies. The collection is divided into two series. The first series contains programs from the Fort Worth Ballet (later the Fort Worth-Dallas Ballet, and subsequently Texas Ballet Theatre). The second series contains programs from touring companies and other local companies.
This collection consists of the genealogical research of Barbara McLane.
The Bass Performance Hall collection consists of one box of materials and contains tickets, programs and a chocolate box in the shape of the Hall.
The collection consists of three color tinted photographs of the Bealls and extended family. The collection was donated in 2002 by Ms. Ann McLean. Related Beall families include the Van Zandts, Bealls, and Wilsons. Artwork for the photographs was done by Emily Guthrie Smith, a local painter.
- Fort Worth (Tex.) 96
- Genealogy 34
- Photographs 23
- Photograph collections 22
- Women 21
- Photography 20
- Programs 16
- Performing arts 12
- Newspapers 11
- Societies and clubs 11
- Tarrant County (Tex.) 10
- African Americans 9
- Business 7
- Schools 7
- Theatres 7
- Hispanic Americans 6
- Musicians 5
- Neighborhoods 5
- Scrapbooks 5
- Children 4 ∧ less
- Spanish; Castilian 5
- French 1
- German 1
- Italian 1
- Portuguese 1
- Unknown 25
- Fort Worth Independent School District (Tex.) 3
- Van Cliburn International Piano Competition 2
- Williams, Byrd M., IV (Byrd Moore), 1951- 2
- 1907 Study Club. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- All Saints' Episcopal Church. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- All Saints' Episcopal School (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- All-Church Press, Inc.. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- American Red Cross. Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter. (Tex.) 1
- American Red Cross. Programs and Services 1
- Amon Carter Riverside High School (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- Arthur, T. S. (Timothy Shay), 1809-1885 1
- Athenaeum Club (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- Barr, Willard 1
- Barrett, Alva Pearl, 1878-1953 1
- Beall Family 1
- Boys' Clubs of America 1
- Brancato, Albert, 1919-2012 1
- Cadenhead Construction Company. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- Case, Johnny, 1947- 1 ∧ less