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  Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
 Resource Type: Photograph
 Collection: Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures
7th Street Looking West, Ft. Worth, Texas

7th Street Looking West, Ft. Worth, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of 7th Street looking West in Ft. Worth, Texas. On the right side of the street is the Farmers and Mechanics National Bank with a clock over its doorway and many tall buildings next to it. Inlaid in the brick road are trolley tracks and overhead are electricity and telephone poles. On the road are many old cars, a horse-drawn buggy, and people.
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Aerial view of Sweetwater, Texas

Aerial view of Sweetwater, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial view of buildings in Sweetwater, Texas.
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Aermotor Company Monday Morning Shipment, 1896

Aermotor Company Monday Morning Shipment, 1896

Date: unknown
Creator: Swartz, C.L.
Description: Photograph taken around in 1896 of A Monday Morning Shipment from the Aermotor Company's branch house at Ft. Worth Texas. There is a two-story stone building with several broken glass windows. Next to it there are men atop five horse-drawn carriages containing windmill parts and signs reading "The Aeromotor Chicago." Aeromotor is a windmill building company based in Chicago and was founded in 1888.
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[American Indians in front of teepee]

[American Indians in front of teepee]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of American Indians outside of a teepee. There is a child in the entry way to the teepee. There are animal skins hung up behind the group and a teepee in the background. Front of photograph: "Scene in camp of Mow-Wi. Last battle at Palo Duro Canyon.
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T Anchor Headquarters

T Anchor Headquarters

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the first ranch house in the panhandle area of Texas, on the T. Anchor Ranch.
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Anderson Home

Anderson Home

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Men in suits sitting at the front entrance of the Anderson Home in Ft. Worth, Texas. The home is not under construction but it appears that work is being done in the garden. This house later became the Gause-Ware Funeral Home.
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[Armour and Company]

[Armour and Company]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a three story brick building, Armour and Company.
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[Armour and Company]

[Armour and Company]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Armour and Company building. The three-story brick warehouse has windows with arches at the top. A boxcar is pulled up behind the building. This photo is part of the Southwestern Mechanical Company Photograph Album.
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Armour Co. Baseball team of North Texas, 1915

Armour Co. Baseball team of North Texas, 1915

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph taken in 1915 of the ten members of the Armour Co. Champs baseball team of the North Texas Sunday League. The teams consists of 10 members, shown in the picture standing in a row, and two unidentified men sitting in front. A few of the names given are Bill Sorells, Oscar Vogel and Bill Stillman, though it cannot be determined who they are in the photograph.
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[Armstrong Packaging Company]

[Armstrong Packaging Company]

Date: unknown
Creator: Hinsdale and Bryant
Description: Photograph of the Armstrong Packaging Company. It is comprised of four brick buildings. There are three smokestacks in the center and a water tower to the right. A wooden fence runs between the company and the railroad tracks. This photo is part of the Southwestern Mechanical Company Photograph Album.
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