The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004 Page: 458
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Fort Worth Stock Exchange, c. 1925.
In 1872 teenager Isidore Carb took the train to Dallas, which disap-
pointed him, then headed further west to Fort Worth. He wrote an
enthusiastic letter to his mother, declaring "I'm here in Fort Worth now,
and I'm gonna stay .... It's got cowboys and everything." This issue of
the Quarterly focuses on the history of Fort Worth, from its earliest days
as a military outpost to the beginnings of the city's love for the arts.
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