Summary: Donor gave photographs of Camp Bowie during World War
I and copy print photographs of the Bidault homestead. The concrete
block Bidault homestead, located at 1416 Glade Road in Colleyville,
was built in 1905. There the Bidault family entertained French
officers visiting Tarrant County during World War I. The donor,
grandson of Anthelm Bidault, who built the farmstead, continued to
live in this home, which was awarded a Texas Historical Marker in
1986. The Bidault home currently still stands.
Pictured: Camp Bowie soldiers with dummy targets used for
artillery practice, 1918
Pictured: Bidault family children at the Bidault homestead,
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