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This collection consists of 13 books from the series, Military Uniforms in America and a number of loose plates. The collection does not contain a complete set of plates, but some of the plates have information inserts with them. Each folder has a volume, issue number, and listing of the plate numbers. Due to some discrepancies in the volume and issue numbers, the folders were put in order by plate number.
This collection contains individual manuscripts including letters, scrapbooks, pamphlets, invitations, manuscripts, and other documents pertaining to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, and Texas history.
This collection consists of two volumes of the history of the Monday Book Club.
The collection consists of twenty-seven photographs of singers, conductors, and other musical performers who visited Fort Worth. They are dated between 1916 and 1922 and are inscribed to Mrs. A. L. Shuman.
The collection consists of materials collected by Mrs. Eugene H. Carter (Elizabeth Bone) on her family. The material includes information on the families of Bernard, Bone, Edwards, Fleming, Gaines, Harvie, Hill, Jordan, Tarleton, Taylor, Walker and Wroe. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet),
The Mullins Marriage Records contains folders of marriage indexes from various counties in Texas. Ms. Mullins conducted this research from 1952-1976. The collection consists of five boxes and measures 2 linear feet.
The Music Programs Collection consists of programs from concerts and musical theater in the Fort Worth Area. Also included are a limited number of newspaper clippings related to individual events. Some of the programs contain autographs of the primary performing artist. Items are arranged by venue or sponsoring entity, in alphabetical order. The materials date from 1888-2005 and measure 2.09 linear feet (5 boxes).
The National League of American Pen Women, Fort Worth Branch collection consists of one scrapbook which documents the branch’s history from 1952-2009. The collection measures 1.34 linear feet (1 box).
This collection consists of materials relating to Nillie Day Trigg of Fort Worth.
This collection consists of materials relating to Fifer Newton and his wife Icy Byas. Fifer Newton was born in Grapevine, Texas on April 29, 1869. He and Icy married on December 2, 1894. They lived at 819 W. Daggett and he was a foreman for the Bell Telephone Co.
The collection consists of Newton family ancestors and descendents arranged by state, related families (by name), correspondence with Mrs. Page, and miscellaneous publications. There is also a collection of "SQUAH Books" compiled by Adele Whitby Olney in San Bernadino, CA, which concerned her genealogical research.
The collection consists of issues of North Texas Catholic from 1985-1988 and 1994-1995. There are issues missing, and only Volume 2, covering 1986-1987, is a complete run. The materials measure 1.5 linear feet (4 boxes).
The collection consists of one scrapbook and contains statistics, graphs, and photographs.
The Oakhurst Neighborhood Association Collection consists of budget planning records and the Oak Leaflet. The materials date from 1981-2016 and measure 1.25 linear feet (4 boxes). The collection is arranged into 2 series.
The first series, Assorted (1995-2001), consists of budget planning records, historical tidbits, and the Oakhurst Patrol newsletter.
The second series, Oak Leaflet (1981-2016), consists of the neighborhood newsletter.
The collection contains audit reports, correspondence, club minutes, statements, Internal Revenue Service documents, trade confirmations, treasurer reports, and other documents related to the club.
This collection consists of materials relating to the city of Fort Worth's proposal to build a park south of the convention center. It includes items relating to the city application to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for money to develop the park and the proposal by the Carter Foundation to help fund the project. This material was originally in the City Manager's Office and was transferred to the Municipal Archives.
This collection consists of transcripts of oral histories of Fort Worth citizens conducted primarily from 1974 until 1976. They were conducted primarily by Mrs. W. Albert (Ruby) Schmidt, a local historian. Oral History #46 discusses the naming of the Ella Mae Shamblee Branch of the Fort Worth Public Library system and Mrs. Shamblee’s role in the library system.
The Otwell Family Manuscript collection consist of three boxes of draft manuscripts, correspondence, genealogical data and other records relating to Dr. Otwell's research into his family history. Research data remains in the order received.
This collection consists of yearbooks produced by various clubs (mostly garden and heritage organizations) from beyond the Fort Worth area. The yearbooks contain information such as meeting programs, officers and committee members, and membership lists. The collection dates from 1926-1958 and measures .6 linear feet (2 boxes).
This collection consists of the personal papers and genealogical research of Patricia Ann Chadwell Jackson.
- Fort Worth (Tex.) 105
- Genealogy 35
- Photographs 23
- Photograph collections 22
- Women 22
- Photography 20
- Programs 16
- Societies and clubs 15
- Performing arts 13
- Newspapers 12
- Tarrant County (Tex.) 11
- African Americans 9
- Business 8
- Schools 7
- Theatres 7
- Hispanic Americans 6
- Music 6
- Neighborhoods 6
- Texas 6
- Musicians 5 ∧ less
- Spanish; Castilian 5
- French 1
- German 1
- Italian 1
- Portuguese 1
- Unknown 31
- Fort Worth Independent School District (Tex.) 3
- Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall (Fort Worth, Tex.) 2
- 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
- Asbury, Samuel E. (Samuel Erson), 1872-1962 1
- Athenaeum Club (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1
- Barr, Willard 1
- Barrett, Alva Pearl, 1878-1953 1
- Beall Family 1
- Benge Family (Sharon and William) 1
- Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Association 1 ∧ less