Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures - 11 Matching Results

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[Sweetwater Mercantile Co., 1900]

Description: Men and women posing outside the Sweetwater Mercantile Company in Sweetwater, Texas. The building was established by W.E and G.H Cornell of Fort Worth and was owned by several more people before it was torn down in 1903 to make a new structure.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Sweetwater House hotel, Sweetwater, Texas, ca. 1880's

Description: Men on horses outside the Sweetwater House hotel in Sweetwater, Texas, ca. 1880's. It was a cowboy hotel where men from the Tucson Land and Cattle Company Ranch, Bunton Ranch, Arlington Cattle Company, D.Q. and 9R Ranches would stay until the wagons began running again. The cowboy pictured on the left is Rick Burns, and the other one on his horse is Lang Aycock.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Women riding horses, Sweetwater, Texas

Description: Photograph of women sitting on horses side-saddle in long riding dresses in Sweetwater, Texas. They were the wives of West Texas's most promient citizens. Named from left to right: Mrs. Grundy Thurman Mrs. Jim Newman Mrs. Thomas Trammell Mrs. J.H. Beall Mrs. Dove F. McCaulley Mrs. R.A. Ragland
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library