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Thompson's Sanitarium in Ft. Worth, Texas

Description: Photograph of the Thompson's Sanitarium in Ft. Worth, Texas. The building is white with a very large white porch and pillars. It is surrounded by an iron fence, a sidewalk and tall trees. In the foreground is a telephone pole, wires and a dirt street.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Letter from Dinkie, Willie and Alice McGee to Charles and Mollie Moore, Marach 25, 1883]

Description: Dinkie says that they are all doing well, except Sissie who is unwell. She had tried gardening, but it has been really cold. John Rutledge is sick, Lizzie Wallace's son is well, Mrs. Allison will not live long, Mrs. Harper is sick and Laura Dorris has consumption. Bessie and Bettie are doing well. The wheat does not look good this year anywhere. She is going to sell butter and eggs. She has a lot of sewing to do and needs to make soap. Birdie says that she is writing to Linnet and Uncle Charlie. Dinkie asks that they write soon. Willie writes that he made a cradle and wagon for his Aunt Florence. His sister Alice has been unwell. He is going to trim the orchard for his grandfather. He is also milking cows. He mentions that telephone wires are being put up. He wishes he could see Linnet. Alice writes that she has been sick, but has been helping out as well. She was milking cows and making butter to sell. Birdie and Alice wish they could play with Linnet and Willie made himself a tool chest.
Date: March 25, 1883
Creator: McGee, Dinkie; McGee, Willie & McGee, Alice
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Worth Hotel in Ft. Worth, Texas in 1905

Description: Photograph of the Worth Hotel in Ft. Worth, Texas. The buiding is five stories tall with arched windows and awnings and a store with display windows on the bottom floor. The sign in front of the store reads, "August's" and a sign further down the sidewalk reads, "Hotel Worth". In the foreground are telephone poles and wires.
Date: 1905
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Follett, Texas Main Street, 1918

Description: Modern photograph of the front of the old Ivanhoe State Bank in Follett, Texas. The building is wooden and painted white with a white metal awning. The top of the building has, "Ivanhoe State BANK, Guarantee Fund Bank" painted on it. Looking at the front, there are two windows next to each other on the right and a door with two steps on the right. Underneath the windows is a sign reading, "Farm Loans" and another sign in-between the door and windows. There are weeds all around the building with a tree on the right side of the frame and telephone or electricity wires at the top.
Date: unknown
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

Evergreen Cemetary, Brown Mausoleum

Description: Photograph of an upright tent next to the Brown Mausoleum in Evergreen Cemetery. Beside, in front of, and beneath the tent are headstones, one with a small Virgin Mary. In the background is a chain link fence behind which is a pine tree and telephone pole.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co., 1881

Description: Photograph of the Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Co., 1881. The building is three stories tall with stairs on the side and a covered sidewalk with a banner. The building is surrounded by a dirt road and many large telephone poles and wires. Written at the top of the frame is, "Fox Newspaper" and at the bottom is, "Office and East 2nd Sts, Fort Worth."
Date: 1881
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Destroyed Hurley Building in Ft. Worth, Texas

Description: Photograph of the Hurley Building in Ft. Worth, Texas on fire and crumbling. The building was several stories tall and is surrounded by large piles of debris and telephone wires. Two strong streams of water on directed at building. There are other buildings and a church on the surrounding streets.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Flooded Henderson Street

Description: Photograph of a flooded Henderson Street. On the right side of the frame are four houses underwater with porches and awnings. There is a boat with people in it on the left side of the frame. In the background is a tall two-story building and telephone poles. Written across the bottom of the photograph is, "Henderson St.".
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Agriculture Consolidated Farm Service Agengy and Conservation Building

Description: Photograph of the Agriculture Consolidated Farm Service Agengy and Soil Conservation Building in Follett, Texas. The building has two concrete walls with glass windows and a door in-between them. In front of the windows are four flower pots and a railing. There is a sign on the building that says, "Service Center". On the left hand side of the photograph is a handicap sign and several bushes. Behind the bushes in the background are telephone wires and tall white towers. In the foreground is a paved street with a center yellow stripe.
Date: unknown
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

Construction of Third 500-Unit Building Program at Liberator Village

Description: Photograph of a construction site called Liberator Village. In the foreground is a construction worker working on a building a building foundation. On the right side of the frame are two rows of wooden boards and in the background are several brick buildings, piles of boards, workers, and a telephone pole lined dirt road.
Date: unknown
Partner: Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Fort Worth

Charity Circus in Orange, Texas

Description: Photograph of a group of nine costumed people standing on a dirt road wearing large baggy clothing, face paint, and pointed hats. Further down the road is a man dressed in a kilt and a man in a clown costume riding a horse thats pulling a buggy. In the background is a two story brick building and behind that is a telephone pole, telephone wires, and trees.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

North Main Street, Ft. Worth, Texas, 1914

Description: Photograph of North Main Street in Ft. Worth. The road is dirt with trolley tracks leading to trolleys in the center background. Lining the road are electricity and telephone poles and wires. Behind those are buildings and trees. Written across the bottom of the photograph is, "North Main St. from foot of Padlock Viaduct Looking North."
Date: 1914
Creator: Smith Photo Co.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Main Street in Ft. Worth, Texas

Description: Photograph of Main Street in Ft. Worth, Texas. There are several very tall brick buildings lining the street, most of them with signs. The building on the right side of the frame has an entryway with pillars, a clock and a tall smokestack on the roof. A building on the left has an American flag on the roof. In the street are old cars, some horse-drawn buggies, and people. There are also people on the sidewalks and vending carts. Written on the photograph is, "Main Street City".
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The 1911 Majestic Theater in Fort Worth

Description: Photograph of Commerce Street in Ft. Worth, Texas. The Majestic Theater is in the center of the frame with many signs and posters on it. Some read, "The St. Louis Limited. Road Through The Ozarks. Frisco Lines" Another poster reads, "Majestic, Venus, Alpha Sextette". This is Fort Worth's second Majestic Theater, built in 1911. Next to the theater is a building with awnings and a sign that reads, "Fisk Tires, Gasoline". Telephone poles and wires and horse-drawn buggies line the road.
Date: 1911?
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Street Scene in Ft. Worth, Texas

Description: Photograph of a street in Ft. Worth, Texas. The street is dirt and inlaid with trolley tracks. On either side of the street are two or three-story buildings with boardwalks and awnings. Lining the street are telephone and electric poles and wires and horse-drawn buggies. There are people, mostly men, on the street and boardwalk.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Hurley Building in Ft. Worth, Texas

Description: Photograph of the Hurley Building in Ft. Worth, Texas. The building is stone and many stories tall. It has three arched stoops and a pillar. Next to it is a smaller buiding with a sign that reads, "G.Y. Smith & Co." It is surrounded by a street and sidewalk that is lined with horse-drawn buggies and men in hats. In the foreground is a telephone pole and wires.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Delaware Hotel in Ft. Worth, Texas

Description: Photograph of the Delaware Hotel in Ft. Worth, Texas. The building is four stories tall and there is a storefront that reads, "Winter Daniel Co." There are three horse-drawn carriages and two men in hats surrounding the building along with telephone poles and wires.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Metropolitan Hotel in Ft. Worth, Texas in 1905

Description: Photograph of the Metropolitan Hotel in Ft. Worth, Texas. The building is brick and three-stories tall . On the front side of the building is a small balcony. On the side of the building is a sign that reads, "Metropolitan Hotel". The building is surrounded by a sidewalk and brick street with a few horse-drawn carriages. On the corner of the sidewalk is a street lamp.
Date: 1905
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

S.P. Depot, Orange, Texas

Description: Photograph of the S.P. Depot in Orange, Texas. The building has benches on its sides, a sign that reads, "Orange" and many people standing or sitting in-between it and the railroad tracks. In the background are several buildings, telephone or electric poles, and trees.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum