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Newton-Byas Family Papers

Identifier: P-0023
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: unknown

Newton Family Papers

Identifier: P-0048
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1965 - 1977

North Texas Catholic Newspapers

Identifier: C-0107
Scope and Contents Note 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).
Dates: 1985 - 1995

Northern Texas Traction Company Records

Identifier: R-0039
Scope and Contents The collection consists of one scrapbook and contains statistics, graphs, and photographs.
Dates: 1927 - 1930

Oakhurst Neighborhood Association

Identifier: R-0063
Scope and Contents Note 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.
Dates: 1981 - 2016

Olympia Investment Club Records

Identifier: R-0040
Scope and Contents The collection contains audit reports, correspondence, club minutes, statements, Internal Revenue Service documents, trade confirmations, treasurer reports, and other documents related to the club.
Dates: 1992 - 2005

Open Space Land Program

Identifier: R-0019
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1966 - 1967

Oral Histories Collection

Identifier: C-0041
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1974 - 1976

Otwell Family Genealogy Manuscript

Identifier: C-0043
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1995-2000

Out of Town Clubs Yearbooks

Identifier: C-0088
Scope and Contents Note 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).
Dates: 1926 - 1958

Pan American Round Table I of Fort Worth

Identifier: R-0020
Scope and Contents This collection consists of scrapbooks on The Pan American Round Table of Fort Worth. The Pan American Round Table is an organization of women devoted to the promotion of better understanding and friendship within the Western Hemisphere. Florence Terry Griswod founded the first Pan American Round Table on October 16, 1916, in San Antonio, Texas. Pan American Round Table I of Fort Worth, Texas was organized in 1944, with the late Mrs. H. V. Shank as founder. The scrapbooks include...
Dates: 1949-1983

Panther Boys’ Club

Identifier: R-0064
Scope and Description The Panther Boys’ Club collection consists of four boxes of materials related to the executive directorship of Martha Justice. Inclusive dates for the collection are 1929-1958. The bulk of the documents include photographs; correspondence; budgets; newspaper clippings; greeting cards and personal records of Martha Justice and Malcolm Graham Ball. Martha Justice was executive director of the Panther Boys’ Club from 1941-1947 until her marriage in 1947 to Malcolm Graham Ball, Executive Director...
Dates: 1929 - 1958

Pat Chadwell Jackson Papers

Identifier: W-0001
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the personal papers and genealogical research of Patricia Ann Chadwell Jackson.
Dates: 1944 - 1992

Pauline Gasca-Valenciano Papers

Identifier: W-0073
Scope and Contents The collection consists of items related to the personal life and public activism of Pauline Gasca-Valenciano. Items range in date from 1965–2018, however, the bulk is dated 2000-2018. The collection contains paper items such as newspaper clippings, political flyers, convention programs, and office/business paperwork such as agendas, membership rolls, and event applications, as well as, personal paperwork such as resumes, prayers, and poems. Two-thirds of the physical bulk of the collection...
Dates: 1965 - 2018; Majority of material found within 2000 - 2018

Pearl Newsom Papers

Identifier: W-0048
Scope and Contents Note The Pearl Newsom Papers consists of scrapbooks, photographs, photograph albums, postcards, negatives, genealogy books, and biographical information relating to the life and interests of Pearl Newsom. The materials date from 1911-1989 and measure 3.38 linear feet (8 boxes). The collection has been divided into four series: Biographical, Books, Photographs, and Oversize d Materials ...
Dates: 1911-1989

Peter Feresten Papers

Identifier: P-0029
Scope and Description Included in the collection are correspondence; personal papers; cultural research documents, including materials about African American churches and Masonic organizations; notes and scrapbooks from Peter Feresten’s exhibits; technical materials relating to photography and sound recording; and medical and financial papers. Dates for the collection are 1914 to 2007; bulk dates are 1971-2007. The collection consists of 13 boxes (6.93 linear feet) of materials. Series I, Correspondence,...
Dates: 1914-2007

Peter Feresten Photographs

Identifier: C-0022
Scope and Description Peter Feresten’s photography collection consists mainly black and white prints although a number of color prints are included. Some of these prints have been matted for display. The sizes of the prints vary. Comprehensive dates for the collection are 1919-2007; bulk dates are [1976]-2007. The collection is made up of 9 boxes (28.76 linear feet) of materials. Series I, Documents & Signs, consists of materials used in the planning of the 2005 library exhibit of Peter Feresten’s...
Dates: 1919-2007

Pioneers Rest Cemetery Association Records

Identifier: C-0045
Dates: 1960 - 1997

Price Family Papers

Identifier: P-0096
Scope and Contents Note The Price Family Papers contain copies of court records, family lineage charts, publications, and correspondence tracing the genealogy of the Jennings family since their arrival in America. The series contains material from 1635-1947 and measures 1.80 linear feet (5 boxes). Series I, Correspondence, 1925-1947, contains letters exchanged among family members, interested parties, and professional agencies. Most correspondence was conducted by Jennings Family Record, represented by...
Dates: 1635 - 1947

Pumphrey Family Papers

Identifier: P-0051
Scope and Contents This collection consists of materials on the Pumphrey Family. It also includes information on the Alexander, Balch, Carpenter, Chittum, Cox, Crocker, Deacon, Dorroh, Holshouser, Key, McMahan, Moore, Nance, Parish, Pomfret, Street and Whitfield families. This material was compiled by Mrs. Myron Pumphrey nee Mildred Street of Abilene, Texas.
Dates: 1796-1986

Quinn Family Papers

Identifier: P-0024
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of materials collected by Abby Moran while doing research for Lillian Quinn Highnote for her DAR membership. The correspondence file includes letters between Lillian Quinn Highnote, Elva Berenice Colglazier and Abby Moran. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
Dates: unknown

Reby Cary Papers

Identifier: P-0081
Scope and Contents Note The Reby Cary Papers consists of correspondence, clippings, photographs, programs, awards and plaques, and subject files relating to the careers and interests of Mr. Cary. The materials date from 1943-2008 and measure 14.4 linear feet (23 boxes). The collection has been divided into eight series: Biographical, Subject Files, Clippings, Photographs, Audio/Visual & Electronic Records, Awards, Memorabilia, and Oversized Materials. The Biographical series (1943-2008) contains...
Dates: 1943 - 2008

Reimers Collection

Identifier: C-0085
Scope and Contents Note The collection consists of materials related to the book Little Truths Better Than Great Fables, which is a catalog of the collection that was published by the Fort Worth Public Library, and materials documenting an exhibit of the Reimers Collection in celebration of National Children’s Book Week in 2003. The materials date from 1975 to 2003. The collection measures 1.58 linear feet (4 boxes), and it is arranged into two series. The first series, ...
Dates: 1975 - 2003

Revolutionary War Pension Records

Identifier: C-0046
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photocopies of Military Records from the National Archives. All the records except three relate to service in the Revolutionary War. Index cards for the individuals are file with the Family Manuscripts card file.
Dates: Undated

Reynolds-Campbell Lumber Company Records

Identifier: R-0066
Scope and Contents This collection consists of account books of the Reynolds-Campbell Lumber Company. The extent of the collection is 3 boxes (1.5 linear feet).
Dates: 1942 - 1961

Richard C. Thompson Papers

Identifier: P-0025
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the personal papers of Richard Carroll Thompson. the records date from 1915-1996. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
Dates: 1915-1996

Riverside Christian Church Records

Identifier: R-0077
DESCRIPTION The Riverside Christian Church Records consists of 65 boxes (36 linear ft.) of material arranged into nine Series. The records range from 1910 to 2007 with the bulk of the items being from the 1939 until 2005. I. ADMINISTRATION RECORDS (23 boxes) consist of information about attendance, membership, Board Minutes (1939-2005), financial records, insurance policies, and deeds. The most important records are the Board minutes. II. MISCELLANEOUS (1 box) consist of various...
Dates: 1910-2007

Robert Eugene Bell Papers

Identifier: P-0035
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a scrapbook and a copy of Robert Eugene Bell's book, The Butterfly Tree.
Dates: 1959

Robert G. Johnson Record Book

Identifier: R-0032
Scope and Contents The ledger, which contains 904 records of deeds and conveyances of land in Tarrant County from June 6, 1885 to June 19th, 1896, includes transactions of prominent Fort Worth citizens like B. B. Paddock, J. P. Smith, W. A. Huffman and J. J. Jarvis.
Dates: 1885 - 1896

Robert McKee Publications

Identifier: C-0038
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two publications published by Robert McKee concerning activities in downtown Fort Worth. The first was The Wire which was followed by Downtown Scene".
Dates: 1996-[2003]