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    Joe K. Dulle Collection

    Summary: Joseph K. Dulle was the owner of the White Elephant Saloon in the Stock Yards district of Fort Worth. His collection relates to the Stock Yards.

    • Newspaper and magazine articles in folders by general categories: Fort Worth Stockyards, 1980-2003
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - Brochures
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - Master Planning Document, 1979
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - Business Profile and Development Plan, 1976
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - North Main Revitalization Plan, 1980
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - National Register nomination for Stockyards Historic District
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - National Register research and documentation
    • Fort Worth  - History Brochures
    • Historic Fort Worth Inc and Historic Preservation Council - Newsletters
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - Luke Short and Jim Courtright records, news clippings, and correspondence (two file folders)
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - Gunfighters and Lawmen research
    • Fort Worth Stockyards - Chisholm Trail Roundup and Pioneer Days programs
    • Fort Worth Stockyard Gazette, 1996, 1997
    • Photograph: Hole in the Wall Gang, c. 1900. Photographer John Swartz, Fort Worth. Black and white. Rear standing, l-r: Bill Carver, Harvey Logan. Front, seated, l-r: Harry Longbaugh (Sundance Kid), Ben Kilpatrick, George Parker ("Butch" Cassidy), also went by Jim Lowe in Fort Worth. Swartz's studio was at 705 Main, Fort Worth
    • Luke Short tombstone, Oakwood Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas. Photographer: Dick Cappelman, March 18, 1998. Black and white photograph
    • Theo's Saddle and Sirloin, 120 E. Exchange Avenue, Fort Worth Stockyards, c. 1970's. Enlarged tinted copy of postcard, photographer unknown. Restaurant owned by Theo Y. Yordanoff
    White Elephant Saloon


    • Photograph: Coliseum and Livestock Exchange Building Fort Worth, c. 1918, photographer unknown
    • Photograph: Armour and Co. Stockyards. Fort Worth, Texas. Enlarged tinted copy of postcard, photographer unknown, c.1918.
    • Photograph: "Swift Packing Co. Fort Worth Stockyards, Fort Worth, Texas. Enlarged tinted copy of postcard. Photographer unknown, date: c.1918.
    • Map: Coliseum ticket offices, architectural drawings. Fort Worth Stock Yards. Wyatt C. Hedrick offices, October 25, 1926.
    • Map: Central Business District and near North Side. Aerial photograph, c 1997
    • Map: North Side, including Stock Yards area, aerial photograph. c. 1997.
    • Map: Fort Worth Stockyards Plan for Misc. Improvements, Oct. 1997. Halff; Associates, Engineers.
    • Map: Historic Stockyards, City of Fort Worth, aerial photograph.


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