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The Benbrook News collection begins with a single edition from August 10, 2000 and continues through May 30, 2013. Some issues are missing from the collection. The collection measures 3.25 linear feet (9 boxes).
The collection consists primarily of photo albums of a travels to various annual meetings of the Grand Council of the Ladies' Oriental Shrine of North America. The photo albums are arranged by approximate date.
The Randels Papers consists biographical materials, photographs, scrapbooks, and awards. When possible the collection was left in the original order received and using any established folder titles or scrapbook notations. Comprehensive dates for the collection are 1916-2010 with the bulk of the materials 1939-1990.
The Bishop R. E. Ranger Papers contain photographs, books, cards and awards. The materials date from 1924-1992. The collection contains items Bishop R. E. Ranger acquired while pastoring as well as materials he collected about his wife, Blanche Ranger.
This collection consists of materials on the Blue Family collected by Chaplain Frank Blue of the River Oaks Volunteer Fire Department, in River Oaks, Texas. He collected the Blue Family Association newsletter, pedigree charts and other materials and he then numbered the items. The collection is kept in the same order except it is divided into eight folders.
The Bob Martin Papers contain brochures, booklets, and a newspaper article.
This collection consists of approximately 130 black and white snapshots of family and ranch life in Tarrant County. The subjects are Mr. Burnett, his family, and scenes around the Bonds ranch. The photographs range in size from 2”X 2” to 6 ½ X 3 ½”. They reflect the working life of a medium sized Texas cattle ranch in the mid 20th Century. Although the photographs are undated, internal evidence suggests they range from the 1910s and ‘20s to the mid 1970s.
The collection consists entirely of Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Association newsletters dating from 1997 to 2013. Please note that years 2001 and 2002 were both marked as volume 7 and issue numbers repeated.
This collection consists of materials pertaining to Boyce House, author and humorist. It contains books, articles, programs, and clippings related to Boyce House, including his "I Give You Texas" column.
The collection consists of documents relating to his service in the Civil War and membership in Grand Army of the Republic. Another interesting document is an example of a passport issued in 1859 to Charles Lane. Folders 7 to 14 consists of recommendations for memberships in Red Cross Lodge, No. 14, Knights of Pythias, Fort Worth, Texas. These are arranged in chronological order.
The Byrd Williams Papers consists of photographs, publications, and some gallery exhibit materials. The majority of the photographs were taken by Byrd Williams IV; also there are a few photographs that are attributed to Byrd Williams II and Byrd Williams III.
The collection consists of photographs of various projects under construction including buildings at Texas Christian University, University of Texas at Arlington, and the Alliance Airport Tower. Also, the collection has pamphlets and decals from the company.
This collection consists of a record book of the Cady Family.
The collection consists of a single box of newsletters, The Riverside Pride, dating from 2000 to 2007 Please note that no year contains a complete volume; issues are missing from each year. The collection measures .4 linear feet (1 box).
The collection consists of thirty scrapbooks dated from 1957 to 1997 which include newspaper clippings, programs, brochures, photographs and other information pertaining to the performances and to the activities of the playhouse.
The collection consists of programs for theatre productions performed at Casa Mañana and other associated venues. The materials date from 1958-2015, and the extent of the collection is 5 boxes (2 linear feet).
This collection consists of a binder on the Castle Family and related families. The binder was divided into eight parts and the items consist mainly of family group sheets, but also include photographs, clippings, etc.
This collection consists of speeches, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and other materials pertaining to Cato Sells.
This collection consists of materials relating to the Centennial Celebration Committee which was appointed by the City Council on October 25, 1972 to plan appropriate events in recognition of the City of Fort Worth's 100th Birthday. The collection consisted of some loose items and a binder. The material in the binder is located in folders 11-30 and was arranged in the same order as the binder. The loose items are in the first ten folders.
This collection primarily consists of programs from opera performances in Fort Worth, but also includes newspaper clippings about the Everywoman opera and a single-sheet program from Saint Louis, Missouri. Dates were penciled in previously on some items by an unknown individual. The opera programs are from the years 1912 – 1928, and the collection measures .21 linear feet.
This collection consists of a notebook which was probably owned by Novie V. Clark. This notebook contains primarily school notes, but the last few pages consist of records of birth, deaths and marriages of the Clark Family.
This collection consists of the 1936 official annual of the Civilian Conservation Corps, Fort Worth District, 8th Corps Area and other related documents that were owned by Claud McKee.