Summary: Collection is made up, in most part, of research into
the dairy business in Tarrant County, particularly in the northeastern
quadrant. Included are machine copies of his notes, newspaper
articles, and brochures.
Fort Worth Chronicle, History from the Heart of Texas, Vol.
II, Issue 7.
1994. Managing Editor: Stu Burge
1982 Collector Edition Fort Worth Heritage Calendar by artist
Maris Durham Shepherd. Images included: Mitchell-Schoonover House,
Andrew Jackson Long House, Plaza Hotel, J. F. Moore House, T. B.
Ellison House, H. W. Williams House, M. A. Benton House, John C.
Ryan H. House, Land Title Block Building, James W. Swayne House, W.
R. Ross House, Mount Gilead Baptist Church, F. Livestock Exchange
Building. Spiral bound
Remembering Fort Worth, A Sesquicentennial Calendar, 1985
Published by Senior Centers of Greater Tarrant County Inc.
Photographs of early Fort Worth scenes. Paperback
- Aerial photo of North Fort Worth, Watauga, Keller, North
Richland Hills, Hurst, Richland Hills, and Haltom City. Published by
The Northeast Tarrant Chamber of Commerce, September 1997. Landmarks
are labeled, 28 by 37 inches, black and white
- Copies of 1922 treasurer's report for Texas Jersey Cattle Club
and deposit slip listing various members
- List of Dairy
Manufacturing Plants in Texas
- "The Cow," essay by
William Cowper Braun
- Assorted handwritten or typed lists of
possible dairymen in Tarrant County
- Biographical sketches
on assorted dairy families: Bogart, Sevick, Henderson
- Excerpts copied from History of North Richland Hills that
pertain to dairies
- Havran gift to Texas Tech University,
- Mayor William D. Tate speech welcoming
Dairy Products Institute, April 21, 2001
- Information on
dairy industry from Southwest Dairy Museum, Sulphur Springs
- Notes from Texas Dairy Heritage Foundation brochures and press
- Articles about Grapevine Museum exhibits on dairies
and Colleyville plan for dairy museum
- Letterheads from
various dairy associations
- Dairy-related clippings and
articles: 1952 Milk production for North Texas, D. T. Simons
- Jersey Farm, Texas Dairy Heritage Collection articles
- One 8 by 10 inches black and white print taken in 1987 on the
occasion of the Texas Dairy Heritage Foundation honoring the Crouch
family for 100 years in the Dairy business in Texas
- Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Crouch, Crowley, with County Judge Mike Moncrief,
being honored for longest living family in dairy business in Tarrant
County (image shown)
Touring Fort Worth and the Tarrant County Area, map produced
by Fort Worth Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. Printed by Anchor
Printing and Lithography Company, 1976