Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures - Browse
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- [Billiard Hall & Judge Roy Bean]
- Photograph of Judge Roy Bean in front of the Jersey Lilly and Billiard Hall. The text, "Judge Roy Bean Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, Law west of the Pecos", is posted on the building.
- Judge Roy Bean Trying a Case, 1900
- Photograph of a Judge Roy Bean holding court, trying a horse thief in 1900. He was the only peace officer west of the Pecos River at the time.
- Loading Cattle onto a Train at Langtry, Texas.
- Photograph of a cattle being loaded onto a train in Langtry, Texas. The cattle are being herded through a wooden chute into a cattle car.
- [Pecos River Bridge]
- Panoramic photograph of the Pecos River Bridge.
- Ranch Headquarters of E.E. Strichlin in Val Verde County, Texas
- Photograph of the ranch headquarters of E.E. Strichlin. On the left side of the frame is a wooden ranch house with two porches, a chimney and surrounded by a fence. On the right side of the frame is a barn. In-between the buildings are four old cars with a tall windmill behind them. In the foreground is a field of rocks and shrubs.