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This collection consists of programs for plays produced by the Fort Worth Little Theatre. The material in the collection dates from 1921-1935. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
The Fort Worth Mind collection consists of both hard copies and microfilm of the newspaper and its insert, Gravure Weekly (from the 1930s). There are no complete runs of the newspaper for the years covered. The Gravure Weekly and the newspapers in Box 11 are not available on microfilm.
This collection consists of records of the Fort Worth Mortgage Bankers Association. The records include treasurer's report, meeting minutes, and membership rosters.
This collection consists of one scrapbook of the Fort Worth Police Association that has newspaper articles about the Fort Worth Police Department. The compiler of the scrapbook did not date the articles. Internal evidence suggests that the scrapbook dates from the early 1970s.
The Fort Worth Police Department, Miscellaneous Records collection contains department newsletters and newspaper clippings.
The Fort Worth Public Library Art Department Subject files include clippings, articles, postcards, and photographs depicting Fort Worth. Subjects include churches, homes, industry and trade, lakes, landmarks, parks, public buildings, schools, skyline, theatres, universities and colleges, views, and portraits. The majority of the materials are not dated, but the items appear to be from the 1930s-1950s. The collection measures .8 linear feet (2 boxes).
The extent of the collection is 3 boxes (1.5 linear feet).
This collection consists of student directories from Fort Worth area schools including public and private. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
The programs date from 1914-2014. They are arranged in chronological order and housed in 5 boxes measuring 1.8 linear feet.
The collection consists of 30 issues the Fort Worth Today newspaper, ranging from October 20 -26, 1987 to January 4, 1988. The newspaper covered current events and issues, advertised local businesses, and had a “City Guide” to restaurants and entertainment. The collection measures 1.1 linear feet (1 box).
The Fort Worth Weekly claims to serve as an alternative to the area’s mainstream news publications, providing “incisive, irreverent reportage that keeps readers well informed and the powers-that-be worried.” The collection contains 121 issues of the Fort Worth Weekly, beginning with May 2, 1996 through August 15, 2001. This collection measures 1.08 (4 boxes).
This collection consists mainly of correspondence and a diary of Frances Kelly during 1919-1920. The majority of the letters were addressed to Frances Kelly in c/o J. A. Dixon, Dundee Bldg., Room 4.
This collection consists of materials pertaining to Frank and Mary Graves of Fort Worth, Texas. The account book relates to purchase of property, stocks and bonds. The clippings pertain to his participation in chess tournaments. The journal is a record of royalties collected from the property owned in Aransas Pass. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
This collection consists of one scrapbook of newspaper clippings of the Frontier Fiesta of 1937. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet)
This collection consists of materials relating to the Fry family. It includes materials on the Butler, Chilton, Shelton, Clemens, Douglas, Downman, Hale, Hatcher, Holcombs, Hunter, Keown, Macrae, Scruggs, Smith and Valentine families. It also includes related materials from Virginia and Tennessee. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
This collection contains materials on Frederick Fuller with a few items concerning his William G. Fuller and his daughter, Evelyn Fuller Perkins. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs of various types of cash registers invented by Frederick Fuller. There are only a few items relating to William G. Fuller and his family. The extent of the collection is 1 box and one oversize custom enclosure (.5 linear feet).
The collection consists of a complete run of the literary magazine from 1974 to 2001, a copy of The Summit Beckons, and a folder of biographical information about Ms. Thompson. The extent of the collection is 3 boxes (1.5 linear feet).
This collection consists of both black and white and color negatives. The negatives date from the 1930s to 1998, and the collection measures .2 linear feet (1 box). The negative images include relatives of Lois B. Waters in Greenville, South Carolina in the 1930s and 40s, Charles Gallegos’ graduation from Trimble Technical High in June of 1979, and his trip to Mérida,Yucatán, Mexico in 1998.
The collection consists of photographs taken by Gary Collins while he was a student at Western Hills High School. The photographs are of locations in Fort Worth including some related to the tornado in 2000.
This is a ledger from a general store located in Decatur, Texas, dating from March 1878 until August 1878.
- 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