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    Glen Robert Shaw Jr. Collection

     

    Carroll Peak Elementary School group photo 1924

    Carroll Peak Elementary, Class of Miss Gillis, High Fifth, 1924

    Summary:  Donor grew up in Handley community. Both donor and his father served on the Fort Worth Police Department (FWPD) force.  He donated items from his family files.

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    • Yearbook: I.M. Terrell Panther of 1956. Published by the Journalism Class of I.M. Terrell Hi-School, Fort Worth, Texas.
    • Carroll Peak Elementary, 1924, Class of Miss Gillis, High Fifth. One black and white photograph. First names on back in pencil. (image shown)
    • Ripley Arnold Apartments being demolished, January 2003, to be replaced by Pier One headquarters. (five color photographs) 
    • Ten color photographs showing condition of Shady Oaks Farm. In 1920s until his death in 1955, Amon Carter, Sr. entertained extensively here. Photos show condition in ruins (concrete foundations, debris, dumping, pond), January 2003. 
    • Three color photographs of bass pond at Shady Oaks Farm, circa 2003.
    • Two color photographs of 201 and 301 E. Belknap, (Courthouse Market, law offices, bail bond offices, muffler repair), on north side of street. Taken in January 2003. Buildings to be razed later in year. 
    • Two color photographs of 8040 Eagle Mountain Circle, believed to be part of building for Promised Land School (part of Azle Schools). Taken in January 2003. 
    • Pages from booklet assembled by Handley High School Ex Students Association, 1988. "Hello Friends" Short sketches of history of Handley.

     

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