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The photographs in this collection are of early aircraft, military aircraft, and airliners.
The Joseph Wilson Papers contain letters and legal documents created and collected by the Wilsons and Oneals. The collection contains only scanned copies of the items and no original material. The scans and prints of the materials were created in 2013.
This collection consists of a few items relating to Monnig Dry Good Store where Joy A. Palmer worked for a few years.
Jubilee Theatre Records consists of some administrative records including promotional records; however, the bulk of the collection is scripts and photographs. The scripts consists of plays and musicals the theatre produced as well as some they did not.
This collection consists of a scrapbook of Judge Clifton's actvities which includes clippings, programs, membership cards photographs, and other items relating to his career.
This collection consists of two copies of the typescript for Fort Worth: A Frontier Triumph by Dr. Julia Kathryn Garrett. It was published in 1972 by Encino Press of Austin. The first copy is in box one and boxes two and three contains copy two which includes a unpublished portion of the typescript beginning with page 703. The extent of the collection is 3 boxes (1.5 linear feet).
This collection consists of clippings, photographs, programs, sheet music and audio tape relating to the musical composition "Remember the Alamo" by Cecil Washaw and Julia Smith. It was commission by US Navy Band Director Anthony Mitchell for the inaugural of Lyndon Baines Johnson in 1965.
This collection contains awards and certificates received by Kathryn T. Bryan, beginning with her diploma from Texas Technical University in 1964 through her reception of the Texas Association of Family and Consumer Professional of the Year Award in 2010. The collection measures 2.33 feet (4 boxes).
This collection consists of the papers of Katie Ruth Anderson Blankensh ip along with materials from her sister, Lurlene Anderson.
This collection consists of materials relating to the Kuykendall Family. It also includes information on the Caruthers Family and related families of Battle, Horn, Williams, Reade, Warner, Hopson, Leavell, Steere, Ritchie, Blevens, Hughley, Dollahite, Miles, Pierce, and Woodall. The materials were not in any discernable original order. The extent of the collection is 2 boxes (1 linear foot).
The L.B. Adams Collection consists of photographs, scrapbooks, certificates, plaques, programs, clippings, correspondence, and other printed materials that document the life and ministry of L.B. Adams. The materials date from 1932-2006 and measure 5 linear feet (13 boxes). The collection is divided into seven series.
The collection consists of 260 issues of La Semana from 1996-2004. All of the content is in Spanish. Issues are missing, and none of the years have a complete run of all of the issues pub-lished that year. The materials measure 4 linear feet (5 boxes).
The scrapbooks document the activities of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Fort Worth Police Officers Association. The extent of the collection is 4 boxes (2 linear feet).
This collection consists of materials relating to the Lanier Family. It consists primarily of printed articles about the Lanier family. It also includes an item about the Jordan family. The extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
This collection consists of a single velvet-covered photo album, which contains individual photographs, tintypes, a postcard and an obituary card. Many of the photographs were taken at studios in Weatherford, Texas. Most images are unlabeled. Individuals, in addition to the Lansfords, identified in the album include Mrs. L. F. Patrick, Eugene Tucker, W.D. and Rose McGhee, and May Bell Gibson. Although the photographs are undated, they appear to date from the 1890s to the 191Os.
This collection consists of a single item: a Bible purchased by Ruby Langham Lauderdale's grandmother, Elizabeth Jane Bannerman Langham. Mrs. Lauderdale noted in the fly leaf that Mrs. Langham bought the Bible from a salesman "not realizing it was not a King James Version," so it was never used for scripture. However, records for the family of Benjamin Walker Langham and Frances Lou (Fannie) Walker Langham were recorded in the register, dating from 1879 to 1960.
This collection consists of the programs for the musical nativity play, The Littlest Wiseman. The collection measures 1 box (.5 linear feet).
The Live Theatre League of Tarrant County materials consist of administrative records, promotional materials, membership records, agendas, bylaws, minutes, newsletters, program materials, photographs, and posters that document the Live Theatre League of Tarrant County. The materials date from 1991-2012 and measures 2.59 linear feet (5 boxes).
This collection consists primarily of audio tapes of Fort Worth history books read by volunteers. It is unknown when the tapes were recorded. There are also miscellaneous tapes by local musicians or authors in this collection.