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 County: Tarrant County, TX
 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2007
First Methodist Church, South Fort Worth, Texas

First Methodist Church, South Fort Worth, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Color postcard picturing the "First Methodist Church of South Fort Worth, Texas, Finest Church in Southwest. Cost $125,000." It is a large brick building. A horse and carriage stands on the street next to it. Correspondence on the back reads, " helo Baby if you was here the old wind would blow you a way and then dady woudn have any baby Dady." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 417 High St. Okla City. It is postmarked Decatur, Texas, Jan 1909.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
City Hall, Fort Worth, Texas

City Hall, Fort Worth, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Color postcard picturing City Hall in Fort Worth, Texas. It is a large stone building with a red roof. Horses and carriages stand in the driveway of the building. Correspondence on the back reads, "My Dear baby dady Received [ ] papers and a letter this morning and will wright a letter tomorrow your Dady." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 417 High St., Okla City. It is postmarked Decatur, tex on Jan 26, 1909.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Henderson Street, Fort Worth, Texas

Henderson Street, Fort Worth, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Color postcard picturing Henderson Street in Fort Worth, Texas. The street is lined with trees. On the back the correspondence reads, "helo baby are you Glad that dady is all most Ready to come back home and have some tea party with you dad will be home Satday or Sunday. be good Baby Your Dady." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, Okla City, 417 High St.,Okla. It is postmarked Decatur, Tex on Feb 3, 1909.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Tarrant County Court House, Fort Worth, Texas

Tarrant County Court House, Fort Worth, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Color postcard with a picture of the Tarrant County Court House in Fort Worth, Texas. The red granite building is in a Renaissance Revival style. The card is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, Okla City.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
City Park, Ft. Worth, Texas

City Park, Ft. Worth, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Color postcard depicting the City Park in Ft. Worth, Texas. Flower beds are created in shapes such as stars and horse shoes. handwritten on the front of the card is,"Beats Delmar doesn't it?" Correspondence on the back reads, " Hello Bro. Your card received. was glad to hear from you and especially so when you said you had been out with the girls. Presume you and Kitty have buried the hatchet and are still lovers in the same old way. Be a good boy and let me hear from you. Your sis". It is addressed to Mr. Will Miatt, Oklahoma City, Okla. c/o S. Cotton Oil Mill. It is postmarked Fort Worth, Tex. Aug 29, 1908.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Three women and three members of a mariachi band

Three women and three members of a mariachi band

Date: 1953
Creator: unknown
Description: Marie Burkhalter stands third from the left in a group of people standing in front of a door in an unidentified room. Two of the women and the man are dressed as mariachi musicians.
Contributing Partner: Rose Marine Theatre
Four men and a woman

Four men and a woman

Date: 1953
Creator: unknown
Description: Four men and a woman standing together in formal attire in an unidentified room. The four men are all wearing matching suits.
Contributing Partner: Rose Marine Theatre
Soldiers putting up tents Ft. Worth 1941

Soldiers putting up tents Ft. Worth 1941

Date: November 11, 1941
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of several soldiers in uniform setting up tents in Ft. Worth, Texas on November 11, 1941 for an Armistice Day Parade. One soldier is identified as Driffle, K.I.A. The soldiers are members of the 36th Infantry Division.
Contributing Partner: Sulphur Springs Public Library
Soldiers working outside tent Ft. Worth 1941

Soldiers working outside tent Ft. Worth 1941

Date: November 11, 1941
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of several unidentified soldiers in uniform standing around several military tents. The soldiers are preparing for the Armistice Day Parade in Fort Worth on November 11, 1941. The soldiers are members of the 36th Infantry Division.
Contributing Partner: Sulphur Springs Public Library
["The Texas Eagle" in Arlington, Texas]

["The Texas Eagle" in Arlington, Texas]

Date: c. 1955
Creator: unknown
Description: Texas and Pacific's " The Texas Eagle", train No. 2, eastbound, a modern streamliner powered by diesel electric locomotives with a consist of fifteen cars, rolls over the high-iron near Arlington, Texas, enroute from Fort Worth to Dallas and St. Louis.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
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