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 Resource Type: Book
 Decade: 1930-1939
 Collection: Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures
[Street Scenes of Fort Worth]

[Street Scenes of Fort Worth]

Date: 1936
Creator: Fox, Lewis D.
Description: This photograph album features street scenes of Fort Worth that include images of: the 1936 parade for President Roosevelt; the Armistice Day Parade of 1936, 1939, 1943; Labor Day Parade of 1936 and 1938; Safety Parade of 1938; the opening of Casa Manana; a parade for the TCU & A&M game of Oct. 1941; American Legion parade of 1941; a parade to honor Gen. Jonathan M. Wainright and Gen. MacArthur, 1945; offices of the Tarrant County B&L Assn. at 615 Main St.; and general street scenes around Fort Worth. Photographer Lewis D. Fox compiled this scrapbook.
Contributing Partner: Fort Worth Public Library
Texas Methodist Centennial Yearbook: The Story of Methodism During the Last One Hundred Years in Texas. Illustrated With Some Twenty-five Hundred Portraits of Persons and Places.

Texas Methodist Centennial Yearbook: The Story of Methodism During the Last One Hundred Years in Texas. Illustrated With Some Twenty-five Hundred Portraits of Persons and Places.

Date: [1934]
Creator: Nail, Olin W.
Description: Texas Methodist Centennial Yearbook includes six sections. From the table of contents: Section I: This section deals with the careers of Bishop H. A. Boaz and Bishop A. Frank Smith--The early beginnings of Methodism in England under John Wesley with illustrations of his family and religious life--His experiences in America--Early days in Texas--Pioneer Methodist educational institutions along with present-day ones--Early leaders of Texas Methodism--Sketches of important events--Portraits of various clerical and lay leaders. Sections II-IV: Minutes of the North Texas, West Texas, Central Texas, Texas, and Northwest Texas Conferences including statistical tables and pictures of the ministers. Index to pictures starts on page 790; indexes to various schools, historic scenes and events and to historical sketches start on page 796.
Contributing Partner: Archives of the Central Texas Conference United Methodist Church