[Photograph of Lake Mineral Wells] Metadata

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Title

  • Main Title [Photograph of Lake Mineral Wells]

Date

  • Digitized: 2008-06-02

Language

  • No Language

Description

  • Content Description: Photograph of the Civic League Island at Lake Mineral Wells, four miles east of Mineral Wells, Texas, with a rustic bridge connecting the two small islands, picnic tables, and grilles. In the foreground, there are two small boats with canopies, carrying passengers on the water of the lake. A forested shoreline is visible in the background of the image.
  • Physical Description: 1 photograph : b&w

Subject

  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Sports and Recreation
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Places - United States - Texas - Parker County
  • Keyword: Lake Mineral Wells
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Architecture - Civil Works - Locks and Dams - Dams
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Landscape and Nature - Water - Lakes

Primary Source

  • Item is a Primary Source

Coverage

  • Place Name: United States - Texas - Parker County
  • Time Period: mod-tim

Collection

  • Name: A. F. Weaver Collection
    Code: AFWC

Institution

  • Name: Boyce Ditto Public Library
    Code: BDPL

Rights

  • Rights Access: public

Resource Type

  • Photograph

Format

  • Image

Identifier

  • Accession or Local Control No: AWO_1954P

Note

  • Display Note: Historical note: The islands could originally only be reached by boat, but later a foot bridge was built from the islands to the dam. When the concrete dam was raised during World War II, the island was covered with water and has remained covered since. Lake Mineral Wells got its name from a Joint Committee of nine members from three clubs: Chamber of Commerce, the Federation of Women's Clubs, the Rotary Club on November 1, 1919. It was named Lake Mineral Wells despite the fact that the body of water was located in another [Parker] county.