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by Carol E. Roark,Byrd Williams
Author: Carol E. Roark,Byrd Williams
Publisher: Texas Christian Univ Pr (September 1, 1997)
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Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks Hardcover – October 1, 1995. Carol Roark lives in an historical neighborhood where she and her husband have renovated a 1913 bungalow.
Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks Hardcover – October 1, 1995. by Carol Roark (Author), Byrd Williams (Photographer). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks book. Working with a large-format view camera, Byrd Williams photographed Fort Worth over a thirty-year period. Carol Roark's text highlights photos of eighty buildings whose background and design embody periods in the city's history but whose stories are not well known today.
The Fort Worth Masonic Temple is a Masonic Temple located at 1100 Henderson St, Fort . Williams, Byrd; Roark, Carol E. (1995-01-01). Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks.
The Fort Worth Masonic Temple is a Masonic Temple located at 1100 Henderson St, Fort Worth, Texas. Completed in 1932, the building was designed by the architectural firm of Wiley G. Clarkson & Co, who also designed the Stripling Building, US Court House, Sinclair Building, and STS Tower in Fort Worth. The building exhibits Neo-classical styling with Art moderne influences and features upper-story Ionic columns and monel alloy bas-relief doors.
Fort Worth's legendary landmarks by Byrd Williams, 1995 . Fort Worth, Fort Worth (Te., Texas.
Are you sure you want to remove Fort Worth's legendary landmarks from your list? Fort Worth's legendary landmarks. Published 1995 by Texas Christian University Press in Fort Worth, TX. Written in English.
Texas Historical Marker. Roark, Carol E. Fort Worth’s Legendary Landmarks. Fort Worth: Texas Christian UP, 1995. com/markers/marker detail. asp?atlas number 5439000374. National Register of Historic Places.
Byrd Williams IV, photographer, 1983. Summary: In 1983, donor curated photographs on exhibit in the 1895 Tarrant County Courthouse. Four books authored by donor are Fort Worth and Tarrant County: An Historical Guide (TCU Press, 2004), Fort Worth Then and Now (TCU Press, 2001), Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks (TCU Press, 1995), and Catalogue of the Amon Carter Museum Photography Collection (Amon Carter Museum, 1988). Carol worked for the Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County, a group that conducted an historic resources survey of 2,200 buildings in Tarrant County.
Fort Worth & Tarrant County: An Historical Guide. Carol E. Roark, Tarrant County Historical Society. Download (PDF). Читать.
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Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks captures the city's rich history with photos of over eighty of the city's buildings whose background and design embody periods of the city's history, but whose stories are not well known today.
The legendary landmarks of the fort that became a city demonstrate the brick-and-mortar responses generations of Fort Worth communities have made to the forces that shaped its history.