Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures - 154 Matching Results

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[Photograph of a Man Standing by Smutgrass]
Photograph of a man in a field of Smutgrass.
[Photograph of Two Girls Paddling a Canoe]
Photograph of two teenage girls, one blond and one brunette, paddling a blue canoe with the label "Ouachita" on it's side. Both girls are wearing orange life vests.
[Photograph of Hand Holding Buffel Grass]
Photograph of a person's hand holding some Buffel grass.
[Photograph of Man in Buffel Grass]
Photograph of a man examining a plant in a field of Buffel grass. The man is wearing a white shirt. Back of photograph: "This plant was found growing to 10 feet in height in South Africa."
[Photograph of Man in Field of Buffel Grass]
Photograph of a man in a field of Buffel Grass. A note on the back of the photograph says, "Permanent germ plasm holding area nursery."
[Photograph of a Tepary Bean Plant]
Photograph of a Tepary Bean plant.
[Photograph of a Man Standing in Weeping Lovegrass]
Photograph of Paul Voigt standing in a field of Weeping Lovegrass.
[Photograph of a Man Examining Winter Grass]
Photograph of man in winter grass, the back of the photograph reads: "Birchett examining a lot of fescue."
[Photograph of a Person Holding Alicia Grass]
Photograph of a person holding Alicia Grass.
[Man in a Field of Buffel Grass]
Photograph of a man walking in a field of buffel grass.
[Photograph of a Lespedeza plant]
Photograph of a Lespedeza plant from close up.
[Photograph of a Man standing in Kleingrass]
Photograph of a man standing in a field of Kleingrass.
[Photograph of a Kleingrass Plant]
Photograph of a Kleingrass plant in front of a wall.
[Photograph of Two Cenchrus Plants]
Photograph of two Cenchrus plants placed on a black card.
[Photograph of Jacob C. Garrison Standing in Mason Sandhill Lovegrass]
Photograph of Jacob C. Garrison standing in a field of Mason Sandhill Lovegrass.
[Field of Tam Wintergreen Hardinggrass]
Photograph of James Read and three cows in a field of Tam Wintergreen Hardinggrass. There is a sign showing the name of the grass in the middle of the photograph.
Henry Elder
Photograph of Henry Elder, of the Hereford Association, seated at his desk holding the telephone. There is a file cabinet to his left and curtains on the window behind him.
Henry Fields with Cattle
Photograph of Henry Fields standing in a pasture, pointing. Some cattle are in the background. Henry wears a dark shirt and a hat.
Bill Herndon
Photograph of Bill Herndon. Written on the back of the photo, "Born and raised on the Lazy Y Ranch in Ochiltree County, Bill is the third generation of his family to raise Hereford cattle and good horses along Wolf Creek. After planning and observing for twenty years, he chose northeastern Oklahoma as the site for the horse operation of his dreams."
Dr. Dean E. Hodge
Photograph of Dr. Dean E. Hodge of Ralston Purina in March 1974. A microphone is hanging around his neck.
Dr. J.P. Fontenant
Photograph of Dr. J.P. Fontenant at Virginia Tech in February 1974. He is standing out of doors and wearing a suit and tie.
Anna Fay Friedlander
Photograph of Anna Fay Friedlander speaking at an event in April 1978.
Jimmy Tate, 1979
Photograph of Jimmy Tate, employee at The Cattleman Magazine, in January 1979.
Billy Phil Ganaway
Photograph of Billy Phil Ganaway, talking on the phone at his desk.
Fred Harmon
Photograph of Fred Harmon, artist, showing his paintings in March 1970.
Fred Harmon
Photograph of Fred Harmon, artist, signing his book, the Great West in Paintings, in March 1970.
Paul W. Horn
Photograph of Paul W. Horn handing out awards for the Livestock Publications Council in 1978.
Paul W. Horn
Photograph of Paul W. Horn with two unidentified men. He is holding an award plaque. It reads, "Distinguished News Coverage of Texas 4-H Club Activities by the Texas 4-H Youth Roundup Foundation at Roundup June 3, 1970".
Ralph Gill, 1970
Photograph of Ralph Gill in 1970.
Ralph Douglas at His Desk
Photograph of Ralph Douglas in his office in October 1975. He is sitting at his desk and looking through some papers. A telephone is on the table behind him.
Clifford M. Hardin
Photograph of Clifford M. Hardin, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, in June 1971.
Clifford M. Hardin
Photograph of Clifford M. Hardin, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, in March 1970.
Dr. John Hooper
Photograph of Dr. John Hooper speaking at the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association meeting in April 1977.
C.E. Everitt
Photograph of C.E. Everitt. He is wearing a western hat made of straw.
Ed Hanover
Photograph of Ed Hanover in 1979.
Elden Guentert
Photograph of Elden Guentert. He is wearing a Western hat.
Dan Ellison
Photograph of Dan Ellison, American Brahman Breeders Association (ABBA) Field Services Director. He wears a patterned sport coat, a tie and glasses. His name is printed at the bottom of the photo.
Noah England
Photograph of Noah England in 1970. He is wearing a straw western hat.
T. Excell Hankins
Photograph of T. Excell Hankins of the Bank of Dixie in Lake Providence, Louisiana. Photo from January 1976.
Jack Frost
Photograph of Jack Frost in March 1970. He is wearing a suit, and tie.
James Felty
Photographic portrait of James Felty in March 1974.
Willie Harrison
Photograph of Willie Harrison in July 1971.
Paul W. Horn
Photograph of Paul W. Horn in January 1979. He is sitting at his desk. A Recognition Award hangs on the wall.
Tad Moses
Photograph of Tad Moses in 1979.
Wray Finney
Photograph of Wray Finney speaking at the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Annual Convention in April 1976. He wears a suit and tie. He has a name tag on his lapel.
W.T. Hix
Photograph of W.T. Hix in October 1971.
Walter H. Hudgins
Photograph of Walter H. Hudgins in February 1974.
Wayne Haygood
Photograph of Wayne Haygood, Texas Hereford Association President. Photo taken in November 1978.
M.E. "Max" Hammond
Photograph of M.E. "Max" Hammond, President of American Brahman Breeders Association, in 1973.
Tommy Houston and his dog Sam
Photograph of Tommy Houston pets his dog Sam who is in the bed of his Ford pickup. This was taken in April 1974.