Photograph of two plaques mounted on the brick wall of a building in Fort Worth, Texas. The first plaque reads: "Entered in the National Registry of Historic Places 1971". The bottom plaque details the creation of the Flatiron Building.
Photograph of the Ft. Worth cityscape in the 1920s. The photograph shows, from left to right, the Neil P. Anderson Building, City Hall, Star-Telegram Building, W.C. Stripling Company Building, Burk Burnett Building, Carnegie Library, W.T. Waggoner Building, First National Bank Building, Texas State Bank Building, F. and M. Bank Building, Flatiron Building, and the Texas Hotel. City Hall has a tall clock tower, the Carnegie Library has a rooftop balcony, the flatiron building has a rooftop water tower and a fire escape and in the foreground are tall trees and telephone wires.