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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: This heading is subdivided by place for works on architecture indigenous to the place named, e.g. Architecture--United States. The heading is qualified by a national qualifier for works on architecture of the type named in the qualifier but located in other places, e.g. Architecture, American--India.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Fort Worth’s Legendary Landmarks Photographs

Identifier: C-0098
Scope and Contents Note The Fort Worth’s Legendary Landmarks Photographs consist of black and white prints of images taken to illustrate the architectural history of Fort Worth in the book of the same title. The photographs were taken by Byrd Williams IV over an unspecified eight-year period, but the book was published in 1995. Structures had to meet four criteria to be included in the book: 1) constructed prior to 1945, 2) within the city limits by January 1, 1994, 3) listed in the...
Dates: 1990s

The Gruen Plan

Identifier: R-0061
Scope and Description

The Gruen Plan collection consists of one box of materials. Included in the collection are architectural drawings, journal and newspaper articles, reports, photographs, press releases and budget proposals. Comprehensive dates for the collection are 1955-1956.

Dates: 1955 - 1956

Jim Taulman Slides

Identifier: C-0078
Scope and Contents Note

The Jim Taulman Slides consist of lists of locations and architectural firms and 178 35mm photographic slides and (12) 4x5” transparencies that document distinctive structures, landmarks, and scenes throughout Fort Worth, Texas. The materials date from 1978-1989 and measure .2 linear feet (1 box). Mr. Taulman photographed architecture, historic structures and skylines he felt would make a significant contribution to the preservation of the history of Fort Worth.

Dates: 1978 - 1989

Magnolia Boutique Hotel - Concept Designs Book, 2016

Scope and Contents Note From the Collection:

This collection contains individual manuscripts including letters, scrapbooks, pamphlets, invitations, manuscripts, and other documents pertaining to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, and Texas history. New materials are interfiled alphabetically by subject. The materials measure 8.4 linear feet (21 boxes).

Dates: 2016