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    Historic Fort Worth Inc.

    Ball Eddleman McFarland House Fort Worth
    Summary: Historic Fort Worth Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization that is dedicated to preserving Fort Worth historic structures.
    • Historic Resources of the Near Southeast Neighborhood: Final Survey Report, prepared for the City of Fort Worth by Historic Fort Worth Inc. August 2001
    Family Collections
    • Stephenson Family
      • Food stamps: some marked "coffee", most marked "spare"
      • Postcard portfolio: Addressed to Mrs. M S McCaleb, Klondike, Texas, ten scenes in Alaska, black and white photographs, date unknown
      • Postcard portfolio: addressed to Mrs. C J Stephenson, 4351 Marks Place, Fort Worth, ten postcards from the "Scenic Missouri Ozarks," date unknown
      • Brochure: "American Correspondence Normal," Physiology and Letter Writing, date unknown
      • Correspondence from C J Stephenson to Miss Ethel Caleb
      • Newspaper clipping: Graduates of Mayo Normal, June 8
      • Letters: from Private Leslie Earl Stephenson to his family, May 1919 - October 1919
      • Letters: from Congressman Eugene Black to Mr. C J Stephenson concerning his son's status in the Army
      • 7th Grade Commencement program, May 24, 1929, school unknown
      • Letter: from Leslie Earl Stephenson to his family, August 9, 1923, from San Antonio
    • Byers Family
      • As I Remember by Gertrude H. Richardson, undated manuscript copy, 86 pages
      • Letter: from Carol Roark to whomever uses the manuscript, describing its provenance and rights to use. October 10, 1988
      • Fort Worth, Near North Side and West Side, Westover Hills Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey, published by the Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County, Texas. 1988. pages 95-98. Included as background for Manuscript
      • Letter: from Carol Roark to Reference Librarian at Denver Public Library, October 13, 1988, requesting biographical information on H.B. and Alfred W. Chamberlin, 1st developers of Arlington Heights
    •  Lassiter Family
      • Obituary, Newton H. Lassiter, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Saturday, November 27, 1954. he died on November 26, 1954
    • Tarrant County Election Precinct Base Map, 1-1-98. Robert Parten, Elections  Administrator. 36 by 48 inches
    • VHS
      • Daniel Drug 3411 West 7th Fort Worth 332-6386, four minutes in length, marketing film for drugstore, date unknown
    • 4 by 6 inches color snapshot made at reception for Lenora Rolla, held at the Fort Worth Public Library, March 26, 2000
    • Speaker of Texas House of Representatives, Gib Lewis, behind bench, speaking to three men, black and white photo, 8 by 10 inches
    • Speaker Gib Lewis at podium, Historic Preservation Council of Tarrant County event. Black and white photo, 11 by 14 inches. Taken in late 1980's
    • Bob Mitchell, chairman of Historic Preservation Council of Tarrant County, at podium
    • Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County event. Magnolia Center, showing food table, drink table, harp and three guests