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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.
The collection consists of one box of correspondence related to Mr. Overcash's tenure as Mayor of Fort Worth.
The collection, which dates from 1967-1995, contains six scrapbooks documenting the activities of the Governor Thomas Hinckley Chapter of the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century and measures 3.30 linear feet.
This collection consists of materials on the Copeland and related families of Beasley, Blystone, Carmack, Daniel, Ellyson, Elmore, Grafton, Hundley, Morris, Motley, Reynolds, Stephens, and Trammell.
This collection consists of county highway maps for Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. The maps vary in scale. The collection is arranged in alphabetical order by state and then by county. The miscellaneous maps for Arkansas and Louisiana consist of statewide highway maps.
This collection consists of three account ledgers of the D. Emery Allen Drugs and Sundries Store (possibly located in Newark). The extent of the collection is 1 box ( .5 linear feet).
The cards in this collection span the period from 1881 to 1892. Of special note a dance card from the Texas Spring Palace Ball. The miscellaneous folder includes dance cards without dates or organizational information and few items other than dance cards. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
The collection dates from 1959-1999 and consists of nine scrapbooks documenting the activities of the Daughters of the American Colonists Honorable Philip Livingston Chapter. The extent of the collection is 9 boxes (4.5 linear feet).
The original collection consists of primarily Hispanic related magazines collected by Delsa Perez. A subsequent donation consists of materials used by Delsa Perez in her professional and volunteer activities. The extent of the collection is 6 boxes (3 linear feet).
This collection consists of materials relating to the Dillon, Fisher, Hodgson and Leonard families. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
This collection consists of student publications, clippings, and photographs created by or about local high schools and a junior college. The majority of the materials are from Western Hills High School. The materials date from 1969-1973 and measure 1.3 linear feet (2 boxes).
Down Historic Trails of Fort Worth and Tarrant County documents the history of Fort Worth and Tarrant County from 1849-1949. The materials measure .96 linear feet (1 box).
This book is the original manuscript. It contains typed and India-inked (drawings) pages and photographs. It is 67 pages long and measures 8½ x 18 inches. The book is hand-bound in leather with construction paper covers. The front cover is illustrated with an original drawing.
This collection is sourced from Dr. Richard Halden's activities as a medical professional, particularly in the field of blood disorders.
The slide show covers a period from the establishment of Tarrant County through the Civil War. There are two sets of slides. The first set includes slides, tapes and a script, the second set includes the same items plus an additional inaudible tape. The extent of the collection is 16 boxes (8 linear feet).
The collection consists of issues of El Reporter dating from 1976-1978. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
- 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