Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures - 272 Matching Results

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[Group Photo Outside a Home]

Description: Group portrait of the Bosley family in front of their home in Palo Pinto County by Buck Creek. The house has a wooden shingled roof and two stone chimneys at either end. On the porch is a bed with two quilted pillows on it that are decorated with large stars. In the group there are two men, three women, four children and one baby. Identification provided by the donor of these items is as follows: left to right- Aunt Alice, Uncle Sam, unknown, Uncle Ed, Grandpa Methias "Sy", Uncle Pete, Uncle Rob, "Dad," John, Uncle Baker, Grandma Amanda
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

L.D. Campbell, self-portrait

Description: Self-portrait of L.D. Campbell, a photographer from Burlington, Iowa. He is wearing a suit with a bowtie. He stands next to a chair and holds his hat in his hand. A pocket watch on a chain hangs from his vest pocket.
Date: unknown
Creator: L.D. Campbell
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Men outside Grocery Store on Sidewalk]

Description: Photograph with about 25 men standing under an awning outside a business in a town. There is a horse and cart in the street. Signs saying "John Halliday" and "Notary Public" are on the building. Appears that the man to the far left is Walter Shugart, the third from the left is Ben Baker and the man seventh from the left is John Halliday.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of Mary Thomason Foster and Joseph Ancell Foster]

Description: Photograph of Mary Thomason Foster and Joseph Ancell Foster. Mr. Foster is seated and holding a newspaper while Mrs. Foster stands behind him. There are two columns in the background. J.A. Foster was the son of Hary Ancell Foster and Martha Davis Foster and M.T. Foster was the daughter of Judge James Monroe Thomason and Louise Harrison Thomason.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village