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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. The small estate houses five rooms of a doll museum with hundreds of dolls from France, Germany, Japan, South America, and America.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. A young blonde child stands in front of the estate.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. The estate is surrounded by barbed wire fence that leads to a grassy field.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. Trees hide parts of the brick estate.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. The circular architecture is made primary of brick.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. The picture shows the sunny porch with a wooden bench set against the wall.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. The dirt road leads under a "carriage house" which offers shade to a carriage parked beneath.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. Featured is the front entrance to the estate.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. The small estate has two people standing in the front yard.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas. The brick estate is built on uneven ground.

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Photograph of the Trueheart Residence in Fort Davis, Texas.

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Texas Historical Commission. [Historic Marker Application: Truehart Residence], text, 1964; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth391211/m1/1/?q=%22Trueheart%20House%22%20%22Fort%20Davis%22: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Historical Commission.

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