University of Texas Arlington

Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection, Series 6: Negatives:

A Guide



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Title: Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection, Series 6: Negatives
Inclusive Dates: 1915-1990
Abstract: Numerous subjects, people, events, and sports are covered in the negatives as well as historic scenes of Fort Worth and other Texas cities.
Identification: AR406, Series 6
Extent: Approximately 2,745,000 film negatives and 1,118 glass negatives
Repository: Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library

Historical Note

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram was formed by the union of the Fort Worth Star and Fort Worth Telegram. It began with the January 1, 1909 issue. The Fort Worth Star was started on February 1, 1906. The Star purchased the Fort Worth Telegram in 1909.


Scope and Contents

This is Series 6 of AR406, Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection.

The film negatives in Series 6 are accessed by a cross-referenced index card file. The emphasis is on Fort Worth and Texas, 1915-1990. Numerous subjects, people, events, and sports are covered in the negatives as well as historic scenes of Fort Worth and other Texas cities. The negatives are primarily 4" x 5" to the early 1960s, when 35mm film became popular and was used almost exclusively thereafter. Color negatives are found more frequently in the later years. There are three boxes of 5" x 7" sports negatives, specifically baseball, 1949-1963; and football, 1948-1962. A few 8" x 10" negatives are also included in the collection, namely undated negatives of Will Rogers; the Bob Hope Show, 1949; the Star-Telegram city room, 1949; and All Saints Hospital, 1959. Glass negatives are also part of this series, 1915-1935, bulk 1927-1935. The subjects include aviation topics, crimes, the Star-Telegram’s facilities, Amon G. Carter, Sr. and family, and scenes and buildings primarily in Fort Worth, but there are some scenes in Arlington and a few Metroplex towns. The glass negatives are not indexed in the index card file; there is a separate index describing them.

Film negative size varies from 35mm to 8" x 10" and includes black and white and color film. Glass negatives, 1915-1935, vary in size from 4" x 5" to 12" x 20".


 

Organization

Arranged by Fort Worth Star-Telegram negative number (approximately chronological), in two subseries:
  • Subseries I. Film Negatives
  • Subseries II. Glass Negatives
    • Sub-subseries 1: 4″ × 5″ and 5″ × 7″
    • Sub-subseries 2: 8″ × 10″ and Over

Restrictions

Access

Because of the fragility of the originals, only those glass plate images that have been reformatted are available for use. Please consult the archivist.

Film negatives are accessed by a card file in Special Collections. Glass negatives are indexed separately.

Literary Rights Statement

Permission to publish, reproduce, distribute, or use by any and all other current or future developed methods or procedures must be obtained in writing from Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library. All rights are reserved and retained regardless of current or future development or laws that may apply to fair use standards.


Index Terms

These materials are indexed under the following headings in the catalog of The University of Texas at Arlington Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Organizations
Fort Worth star-telegram--Archives.
Places
Fort Worth (Tex.)--Photographs.
Texas--Photographs.
United States--Photographs.
Formats
Photograph collections--Texas--Arlington.
Photography--Negatives.
Alternate Titles
Photographs Collection

Administrative Information

Citation

Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection, AR406, Series 6, Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library.

Acquisition

Gift, 1984.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Subseries I. Film Negatives

Film negatives are described in and accessed via a card file in Special Collections.

Subseries II. Glass Negatives

Sub-subseries 1. Glass Negatives, 4″ × 5″ and 5″ × 7″

Plate No. Description Date
1 Amphibian, first ship of its type to visit Fort Worth Jan. 29, 1929
1 Aviation Building - Tearing down old structure at 7th and Main Streets Feb. 6, 1930
1 Old French House where Neil P. Anderson building now stands (copy of old photo) Aug.15, 1929
2 Bewley Mills Aug. 9, 1929
2 Hi-Mount School pupils who made high grades in arithmetic last year. Upper left Amon Carter, Jr. Oct. 9, 1929
8 H. C. Gillespie, left, and Amon G. Carter in 1905 Buick 1930
12 Curtis Wright - Airport celebration April 12, 1930
12 Curtis Wright - Airport celebration April 12, 1930
13 Chamber of Commerce Directors hold first business meeting in air Dec. 19, 1928
17 Lord Rothmere and party at Shady Oak Farm No date
17 Lord Rothmere and party at Shady Oak Farm No date
17 Lord Rothmere and party at Shady Oak Farm No date
17 Lord Rothmere and party at Shady Oak Farm No date
17 Lord Rothmere and party at Shady Oak Farm No date
17 D.R.T. Women at Shady Oak (cabin) No date
17 D.R.T. Women at Shady Oak (cabin) No date
17 D.R.T. Women at Shady Oak (cabin) (with Amon G. Carter) No date
17 D.R.T. Women at Shady Oak (cabin) No date
17 D.R.T. Women at Shady Oak (cabin) No date
17 Amon G. Carter at Bowie, Texas No date
17 Amon G. Carter at Bowie, Texas No date
17 Amon G. Carter with Texas & Pacific Officials Dec. 11, 1927
17 Amon G. Carter with Texas & Pacific Officials Dec. 11, 1927
17 Amon G. Carter with Texas & Pacific Officials (From old negatives) Dec. 11, 1927
17 Amon G. Carter with Texas & Pacific Officials Dec. 11, 1927
17 Amon G. Carter with Texas & Pacific Officials Dec. 11, 1927
17 Amon G. Carter, A. P. Barrett, Walter Beach, and Grady Barrett (left to right) at Shady Oak Farm April 14, 1929
17 J. L. Lancaster, Webb Walker, and Amon G. Carter June 26, 1929
17 Amon G. Carter and J. L. Lancaster June 26, 1929
17 Mr. Bordenhamer and Amon G. Carter Nov. 29, 1929
17 Mr. Bordenhamer and Amon G. Carter plus one unidentified man Nov. 29, 1929
17 Mr. Bordenhamer, Amon G. Carter plus two unidentified men Nov. 29, 1929
17 Jake Atz and Amon G. Carter April 9, 1930
17 Jake Atz and Amon G. Carter April 9, 1930
17 First game of season between Ft. Worth and Dallas. Amon G. Carter throws first ball April 9, 1930
17 First game of season between Ft. Worth and Dallas. Amon G. Carter throws first ball April 9, 1930
18 City of Fort Worth - Seventh Street from Medical Arts Building 1927
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt -"Shag" and kids April 30, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt -"Shag" and kids April 30, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt -"Shag" and kids April 30, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt April 30, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt - "Shag" and kids April 30, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt - Close-up of Ruth April 20, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt - Close-up of Amon G. Carter, Jr. April 20, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt April 20, 1930
19 Ruth's Easter Egg Hunt April 20, 1930
25 Tad Lucas, Amon G. Carter, Jno. Davis Selfridge Trophy March 10, 1930
26 Star-Telegram Building June 27, 1930
26 Star-Telegram Building June 27, 1930
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City No date
30 Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York City with Amon G. Carter, Sr. No date
31 Judge N. H. Hunt of Zavala Country Sept. 17, 1930
32 Steer at Shady Oak Farm March 5, 1930
32 Steer at Shady Oak Farm March 5, 1930
32 Steer at Shady Oak Farm March 5, 1930
32 Steer at Shady Oak Farm March 5, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Frozen lake Jan. 18, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior Views Dec. 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior Views Dec. 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior Views Dec. 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior Views Dec. 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior Views Dec. 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Dec. 15, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Dec. 15, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interiors No date
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interiors No date
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interiors No date
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior No date
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior No date
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior No date
38 Shady Oak Farm - Exterior No date
38 Shady Oak Farm - Windmill Nov. 2, 1929
38 Shady Oak Farm - Frozen lake Jan. 18, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Frozen lake Jan. 18, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Nov. 28, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Dec. 15, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Dec. 15, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Dec. 15, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Dec. 15, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Interior Views Dec. 15, 1930
38 Shady Oak Farm - Texas Pecans Dec. 27, 1930
42 Fort Worth--City of--Municipal Airport Inauguration of Southern Transcontinental airmail service. Left to right, E.C. Coburn, pres. Aviation Corp., and Col. Clarence Young, sec. for aeronautics, Dept. of Commerce Oct. 15, 1930
42 Fort Worth--City of--Municipal Airport Inauguration of Southern Transcontinental airmail service. Erle P. Haliburton, Graham B. Grosvenor, Coburn, Young, Postmaster General Walter Brown and Asst. Postmaster Gen. W. Irving Glover Oct. 15, 1930
42 Fort Worth--City of--Municipal Airport Inauguration of Southern Transcontinental airmail service. Postmaster General Walter Brown and Assistant Postmaster General W. Irving Glover Oct. 15, 1930
42 Fort Worth--City of--Municipal Airport Inauguration of Southern Transcontinental airmail service. View of crowd Oct.15, 1930
43 Senators and Congressmen at Shady Oak Farm. Left to right: Sam Rayburn, Bonham; Morris Sheppard, Texarkana; Hatton W. Sumners, Dallas; and Fritz Lanham August 8, 1930
43 Senators and Congressmen at Shady Oak Farm. Morris Sheppard and Amon G. Carter August 8, 1930
43 Senators and Congressmen at Shady Oak Farm, not identified August 8, 1930
43 Senators and Congressmen at Shady Oak Farm, not identified. August 8, 1930
43 W.T. Waggoner (copy) Aug. 27, 1927
43 W.T. Waggoner and R.A. Stuart at Arlington Downs Nov. 3, 1930
50 Texas Christian University. New Stadium - Dedication Oct. 11, 1930
50 Texas Christian University. New Stadium - Dedication Oct. 11, 1930
50 Texas Christian University. New Stadium - Dedication Oct. 11, 1930
58 Ruth Carter's 5th Birthday Oct. 19, 1928
58 Ruth Carter's 5th Birthday Oct. 19, 1928
58 Amon G. Carter. First Airplane Flight in Ft. Worth (copy) Feb. 5, 1929
58 Amon G. Carter. First Airplane Flight in Ft. Worth (copy) Feb. 5, 1929
58 Amon G. Carter with dog "Shag". Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27, 1930
58 Amon G. Carter with children and dog "Shag" Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27, 1930
58 Amon G. Carter. Turkeys being shipped Dec. 18, 1929
58 Amon G. Carter. Turkeys being shipped Dec. 18, 1929
58 Amon G. Carter. Turkeys being shipped Dec. 18, 1929
58 Amon G. Carter, Jr. and Ruth Carter with big cup June 13, 1930
58 Amon G. Carter, Jr. with big cup June 13, 1930
58 Ruth Carter with big cup June 13, 1930
58 Pets of Ruth and Amon G. Carter, Jr. June 13, 1930
58 Pets of Ruth and Amon G. Carter, Jr. June 13, 1930
58 Pets of Ruth and Amon G. Carter, Jr. June 13, 1930
58 Pets of Ruth and Amon G. Carter, Jr. June 13, 1930
58 Mrs. Amon G. Carter and party at T.C.U. November 1930
58 Amon G. Carter, Jr. and sister Ruth with dog "Shag" Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27, 1930
58 Amon G. Carter, Jr. and sister Ruth with dog "Shag" Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27, 1930
58 Amon G. Carter, Jr. and sister Ruth with dog "Shag" Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27, 1930
58 Amon G. Carter, Jr. and sister Ruth with dog "Shag" Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27, 1930
59 Fort Worth Fire Department. Central Fire Hall June 26, 1929
59 Coburn, President of the Aviation Corporation at Shady Oaks Oct. 21, 1930
59 Coburn, President of the Aviation Corporation at Shady Oaks Oct. 21, 1930
59 Fort Worth Fire Department. New Central Station - Sleeping Quarters Dec. 30, 1930
60 Capitalists - Smith and party Oct. 31, 1930
60 Capitalists - Smith and party Oct. 31, 1930
60 S. E. J. Cox. Oil man on trial in U.S. Court Jan. 8, 1931
62 Cooke Memorial Hospital Jan. 11, 1929
63 Cooke Hospital. Bronze Gates March 26, 1930
66 Will Rogers and Amon G. Carter with motor escort Jan. 13, 1931
66 Will Rogers and Amon G. Carter Jan. 13, 1931
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
67 Otto Kahn and Harold Hough at Shady Oaks ca. 1930
68 Fort Worth Gas Company. New building Aug. 30, 1929
68 Fort Worth Gas Company. New building Aug. 30, 1929
68 Fort Worth Gas Company. New building Aug. 30, 1929
68 D. W. Griffith at Shady Oak Farm July 11, 1929
68 D. W. Griffith at Shady Oak Farm July 11, 1929
68 D. W. Griffith at Shady Oak Farm July 11, 1929
70 Federal Building April 12, 1929
70 Firestone Building May 1, 1930
77 Amon G. Carter receives first N.A.T. mail shipment as gift Feb. 1, 1931
77 Amon G. Carter and Will Rogers. Carter receives first N.A.T. mail shipment as gift Feb. 1, 1931
77 Amon G. Carter and Will Rogers. Carter receives first N.A.T. mail shipment as gift Feb. 1, 1931
77 Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd at Santa Fe Station Feb. 4, 1931
77 Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd at Santa Fe Station Feb. 4, 1931
79 Amon G. Carter, Jr. selling newspapers Aug. 14, 1931
79 Amon G. Carter, Jr. selling newspapers Aug. 14, 1931
85 Mount Olivet Cemetery. Statue dedicated to Tarrant County men killed in World War I Aug. 18, 1931
85 Mount Olivet Cemetery. Statue dedicated to Tarrant County men killed in World War I Aug. 18, 1931
90 Amon G. Carter, Jr. selling newspapers. Photo by Reeves Aug. 24, 1931
90 Amon G. Carter, Jr. selling newspapers. Photo by Reeves Aug. 24, 1931
90 Amon G. Carter, Jr. selling newspapers. Photo by Reeves Aug. 24, 1931
90 Amon G. Carter, Jr. selling newspapers. Photo by Reeves Aug. 24, 1931
90 Frank Hawks and Amon G. Carter Aug. 20, 1931
90 Frank Hawks and Amon G. Carter Aug. 20, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Montague, Texas. A family gravestone Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Montague, Texas. Standing in front of a bank Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Montague, Texas. Standing in front of a bank Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Montague, Texas. A house Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Montague, Texas. Standing in front of a bank Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Montague, Texas. A house Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Crafton, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Crafton, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Crafton, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Crafton, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Greene family at Bowie (with Amon G. Carter) Aug. 20, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter and Greene family at Bowie, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Greene family at Bowie (with Amon G. Carter) Aug. 20, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at an old hotel in Bowie, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at an old hotel in Bowie, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at an old hotel in Bowie, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
92 Grapes Aug. 25, 1931
92 Amon G. Carter at Crafton, Texas Aug. 23, 1931
94 Crafton, Texas - Amon G. Carter Aug. 23, 1931
94 Crafton, Texas - Amon G. Carter in front of a house in Crafton Aug. 23, 1931
94 Crafton, Texas - Amon G. Carter Aug. 23, 1931
94 Crafton, Texas - Amon G. Carter Aug. 23, 1931
95 Homer Peel, Houston - Baseball Aug. 30, 1931
96 Ruth Carter selling newspapers Sept. 8, 1931
96 Ruth Carter selling newspapers Sept. 8, 1931
96 Ruth Carter selling newspapers Sept. 8, 1931
96 Ruth Carter selling newspapers Sept. 8, 1931
96 Ruth Carter selling newspapers Sept. 8, 1931
96 Ruth Carter selling newspapers Sept. 8, 1931
97 J. Burton Riddle. Watch maker whose hobby is old coins Sept. 17, 1931
97 Dr. Joseph A. Vance - Dr. Jarrus T. Vance, brothers Sept. 23, 1931
97 Rev. R. L. Irving. Superintendent of the Bloys Camp Meeting Association Sept. 23, 1931
97 Texas and Pacific Passenger Station - Interior shots Sept. 23, 1931
97 Texas and Pacific Passenger Station - Interior shots Sept. 23, 1931
97 Texas and Pacific Passenger Station - Interior shots Sept. 23, 1931
97 Texas and Pacific Passenger Station - Interior shots Sept. 23, 1931
97 Texas and Pacific Passenger Station - Interior shots Sept. 23, 1931
97 Texas and Pacific Passenger Station - Interior shots Sept. 23, 1931
97 Jennings Avenue Underpass - Interior shots Sept. 24, 1931
97 Jennings Avenue Underpass - Interior shots Sept. 24, 1931
97 Post Office Site - Texas and Pacific Passenger Station Sept. 24, 1931
97 Ed Collett Sept. 25, 1931
99 Frank H. Hitchcock. Former Postmaster General Sept. 21, 1931
101 Texas and Pacific Railway. Passenger train sheds Oct. 28, 1931
101 Texas and Pacific Railway. Lancaster Yards, tracks etc. Oct. 28, 1931
101 Texas and Pacific Railway. Lancaster Yards, tracks etc. Oct. 28, 1931
101 Texas and Pacific Railway. Flowers banked in lobby of new passenger terminal Nov. 2, 1931
101 Texas and Pacific Railway. Flowers banked in lobby of new passenger terminal Nov. 2, 1931
101 First Methodist Church Building Nov 14, 1931
101 First Methodist Church Building Nov 14, 1931
102 Texas and Pacific Railway. A. J. Chester, Division Superintendent of Texas and Pacific here. Oct. 30, 1931
106 Dean Leftwick. Texas Christian University Oct. 15, 1931
106 Dr. J.K. Thompson at Rivercrest Nov. 5, 1931
106 Mr. and Mrs. Frank King. Creator of Gasoline Alley Nov. 12, 1931
106 Mr. and Mrs. Frank King. Creator of Gasoline Alley Nov. 12, 1931
106 E.T. Strong-President of Buick Motor Company. Webb and Kent - Mr. Carter Jan. 4, 1932
106 E.T. Strong-President of Buick Motor Company. Webb and Kent - Mr. Carter Jan. 4, 1932
107 National Supply Co. Officers: J. A. Geisman, Toledo, Ohio. D. S. Faulkner, Los Angeles, Calif. C. F. Cartwright, Fort Worth, Texas. Jan. 7, 1932
107 National Supply Co. Officers: J. A. Geisman, Toledo, Ohio. D. S. Faulkner, Los Angeles, Calif. C. F. Cartwright, Fort Worth, Texas. All shown with Amon G. Carter. Jan. 7, 1932
107 T. C. Acola - President Spanish War Veterans Jan. 7, 1932
108 Texas and Pacific Railway. Old passenger station being torn down Nov. 3, 1931
108 T. J. Brown. 3714 Elsmere Nov. 3, 1931
108 Elsie Robinson. Who writes Listen World Jan. 6, 1932
108 Frank Scofield. Traylor for President Jan. 7, 1932
109 Kristenstad, Texas - A man Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - A man Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - A couple Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - A building Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - A building Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - A building Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - Post Office Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - School Oct. 7, 1931
109 Kristenstad, Texas - School with children in front Oct. 7, 1931
110 Mrs. Beckham - Texas Christian University Oct. 15, 1931
110 Texas and Pacific Railway Passenger Station - First train in new station Oct. 25, 1931
110 Texas and Pacific Railway Passenger Station - First train in new station Oct. 25, 1931
113 Anna Shelton (Painting) (negative broken) Jan. 7, 1929
117 John Garner. His mother, brothers and sisters - Home town Dec. 10, 1931
117 John Garner. His mother, brothers and sisters - Home town Dec. 10, 1931
117 John Garner. His mother, brothers and sisters - Home town Dec. 10, 1931
117 John Garner. His mother, brothers and sisters - Home town Dec. 10, 1931
117 John Garner. His mother, brothers and sisters - Home town Dec. 10, 1931
117 John Garner. His mother, brothers and sisters - Home town Dec. 10, 1931
118 New Texas and Pacific Railway - Passenger Station Sept. 11, 1931
118 Texas and Pacific Freight Terminal Sept. 11, 1931
118 Mr. Paschal - Principal of Central High School Sept. 30, 1931
118 Mr. Paschal - Principal of Central High School Sept. 30, 1931
118 G. A. Holland of Weatherford Jan. 14, 1932
118 Dr. Webb Walker (copy of photo) Jan. 15, 1932
120 General W. W. Atterbury and party in Mr. Carter's Office. Jan. 21, 1932
120 General W. W. Atterbury and party in Mr. Carter's Office. Jan. 21, 1932
120 General W. W. Atterbury Jan. 21, 1932
124 C. O. Daniels July 20, 1928
124 Mrs. Rosendahl of Cleburne. Mother of Commander - Rosendahl of the Akron. Photo of her home Oct. 10, 1928
124 Mrs. Rosendahl of Cleburne. Mother of Commander - Rosendahl of the Akron Oct. 10, 1928
124 Mrs. Rosendahl of Cleburne. Mother of Commander - Rosendahl of the Akron Oct. 10, 1928
124 Mrs. Rosendahl of Cleburne. Mother of Commander - Rosendahl of the Akron. Young boy not named in this photo Oct. 10, 1928
125 A. F. Dickerson Aug. 28, 1928
125 Amelia Earhart's airplane Sept. 5, 1928
125 Amelia Earhart and her plane Sept. 5, 1928
132 P. C. Wellborn - Old Buffalo hunter Aug. 4, 1931
132 P. C. Wellborn - Old Buffalo hunter Aug. 4, 1931
134 Women's Club new building Jan. 16, 1930
134 Women's Club new building Jan. 16, 1930
134 W. T. Waggoner - Old house at Decatur, Texas. Stairway July 8, 1931
134 W. T. Waggoner - Old house at Decatur, Texas. Interior Doorway July 8, 1931
134 W. T. Waggoner - Old house at Decatur, Texas D. Waggoner Nameplate July 8, 1931
138 W. O. De Wees. Principal - D. McRae School Jan. 28, 1932
141 Major K. M. Van Zandt. Copy of old photo (Helm). Photo of "Texas Hunters" Banner No date
141 Major K.M. Van Zandt. Copy of old photo (Helm). Photo of young woman No date
141 Major K.M. Van Zandt. Copy of old photo (Helm) No date
141 Major K.M. Van Zandt. Copy of old photo (Helm) No date
141 Tourraine Building Feb. 27, 1929
141 Tourraine Building Feb. 27, 1929
141 Van Zandt Building being razed Sept. 26, 1929
142 Texas Air Transport Passenger Ships Jan. 17, 1929
142 Texas Air Transport Passenger Ships Jan. 17, 1929
142 Texas Air Transport Passenger Ships Jan. 17, 1929
142 Texas Air Transport Passenger Ships Jan. 17, 1929
144 Mac Thompson. Mitchell-Gardner-Walton Oct. 30, 1930
144 Mac Thompson. Mitchell-Gardner-Walton Oct. 30, 1930
150 Louis Swift 1928
150 Louis Swift and Amon G. Carter 1928
150 Tris Speaker. T.C.U.-S.M.U. Game Nov. 30, 1929
150 Tris Speaker and Amon G. Carter. T.C.U.-S.M.U. Game Nov. 30, 1929
152 Shady Oak Farm orchard in bloom March 17, 1931
152 Shady Oak Farm. N.A.T. Plane upon its arrival at the farm March 17, 1931
152 Shady Oak Farm. N.A.T. Plane upon its arrival at the farm March 17, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm (Interior) Feb. 1, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm (Interior) Feb. 1, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm (Interior) Feb. 1, 1931
155 Unidentified man standing beside Will Rogers' touring car which has sign: "Will Rogers for President" April 9, 1931
155 Will Rogers' touring car: "Will Rogers for President" April 9. 1931
155 Reg Robbins - Christening Ceremony at airport (Meacham Field). Fort Worth, Texas to Tokyo, Japan June 29, 1931
155 Reg Robbins - Christening Ceremony at airport (Meacham Field). Fort Worth, Texas to Tokyo, Japan June 29, 1931
155 Reg Robbins - Christening Ceremony at airport (Meacham Field). Fort Worth, Texas to Tokyo, Japan June 29, 1931
155 Reg Robbins - Christening Ceremony at airport (Meacham Field). Fort Worth, Texas to Tokyo, Japan June 29, 1931
155 Reg Robbins and H.S. Jones return from attempt to fly to Tokyo Aug. 8, 1931
155 Reg Robbins and H.S. Jones return from attempt to fly to Tokyo Aug. 8, 1931
155 Reg Robbins and H.S. Jones return from attempt to fly to Tokyo Aug. 8, 1931
155 Reg Robbins and H.S. Jones return from attempt to fly to Tokyo Aug. 8, 1931
155 Will Rogers and Amon G. Carter at Texas and Pacific Station Feb. 10, 1930
155 Will Rogers at Texas and Pacific R. R. Station Feb. 10, 1930
155 Left to right: Frank Hawks, W. T. Waggoner, Will Rogers, Amon G. Carter Jan. 24, 1931
155 Will Rogers and W. T. Waggoner Jan. 24, 1931
155 Will Rogers (copies) Jan. 26, 1931
155 Will Rogers (copies) Jan. 26, 1931
155 Will Rogers (copies) Jan. 26, 1931
155 Will Rogers and party arrive at airport from Wichita Falls. Frank Hawks - Jimmie Rodgers Jan. 30, 1931
155 Will Rogers and party arrive at airport from Wichita Falls Frank Hawks - Jimmie Rodgers Jan. 30, 1931
155 Will Rogers at Shady Oak Farm Feb. 1, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm Feb. 1, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm Feb. 1, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm Feb. 1, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm (Interior) Feb. 1, 1931
155 Will Rogers' party at Shady Oaks Farm (Interior) Feb. 1, 1931
156 Will Rogers Jan. 24, 1931
156 Will Rogers' lariat Jan. 24, 1931
156 Will Rogers' lariat Jan. 24, 1931
156 Reg Robbins. Parents at Everman - May 1929. Reg Robbins and James Kelly were winners, setting a world's endurance flight record July 8, 1931
156 Reg Robbins. Parents at Everman - May 1929. Reg Robbins and James Kelly were winners, setting a world's endurance flight record July 8, 1931
158 M.D. Fanning. Sec'y Treas. of Rodeo Contestants Association March 13, 1932
158 M.D. Fanning. Sec'y Treas. of Rodeo Contestants Association March 13, 1932
158 Silliman Evans (copy) March 24, 1932
158 Congressman Sam Rayburn. State Senator Walter Woodell. Amon G. Carter. "John Garner for President" March 22, 1932
158 Congressman Sam Rayburn. State Senator Walter Woodell. Amon G. Carter. "John Garner for President" March 22, 1932
159 Sam Milstead March 1, 1932
159 E. E. Zable - Looks like Secretary Mellon March 29, 1932
159 Edward C. Stone. Casualty Expert - J. Mac Thompson April 10, 1932
160 Mrs. Frank Hawks and "Scotty" April 5, 1932
160 Mrs. Frank Hawks and "Scotty" April 5, 1932
160 A.A. Lund. General Manager Armour and Company Feb. 26, 1932
160 Ranger Captain Tom Hickman - Polo March 1, 1932
160 Ranger Captain Tom Hickman - Polo March 1, 1932
160 Ranger Captain Tom Hickman - Polo March 1, 1932
160 Ranger Captain Tom Hickman - Polo March 1, 1932
160 Ranger Captain Tom Hickman - Polo March 1, 1932
160 C.H. and W.E. Connell. General Merchandise Store 2212 Park Place (copy of old print) March 28, 1932
160 Dr. McKnight - Mansfield, Texas April 4, 1932
160 Dr. McKnight - Mansfield, Texas April 4, 1932
160 Reverend T. H. Burton April 5, 1932
160 Lewis E. Reid - Principal of Sam Rosen School April 7, 1932
161 Wooduff Randolph, Sec. Treasurer of the International Typographical Union March 26, 1932
161 Woodruff Randolph (center) - Sec. Treasurer of the International Typographical Union and two greeters from the local here - C. A. Burton, left, and S. S. Summers, right March 26, 1932
161 Amon G. Carter and Frank Hawks fly to New York March 30, 1932
161 Amon G. Carter and Frank Hawks fly to New York March 30, 1932
162 R. H. Burks in St. Joseph's with money contributed by citizens to Burks and Howerton Feb. 27, 1932
162 Chief Lee Presents A. W. Howerton with share of money contributed to fund for Howerton and Burks Feb. 27, 1932
163 J. D. Easley, Principal George Clarke School Feb. 19, 1932
163 J. D. Easley, Principal George Clarke School Feb. 19, 1932
163 Fort Worth Fire of 1909 (copy of old print) May 2, 1932
163 Fort Worth Fire of 1909 (copy of old print) May 2, 1932
163 Fort Worth Fire of 1909 (copy of old print) May 2, 1932
163 Fort Worth Fire of 1909 (copy of old print) May 2, 1932
163 Fort Worth Fire of 1909 (copy of old print) May 2, 1932
163 Fort Worth Fire of 1909 (copy of old print) May 2, 1932
163 Fort Worth Fire of 1909 (copy of old print) May 2, 1932
163 General Tarrant - Grave monument in Pioneer's Rest May 14, 1932
163 General Tarrant - Grave monument in Pioneer's Rest May 14, 1932
163 Fishing at Shady Oak Farm. Ruth Carter May 4, 1932
163 Fishing at Shady Oak Farm. Mrs. W. K. Stripling. Amon G. Carter May 4, 1932
163 Fishing at Shady Oak Farm. Group on pier May 4, 1932
163 Fishing at Shady Oak Farm. Bert Honea May 4, 1932
163 Fishing at Shady Oak Farm. Mrs. W.K. Stripling May 4, 1932
163 Fishing at Shady Oak Farm. W. K. Stripling May 4, 1932
164 Patsy Ruth Carter as Robert Coogan in "Let's Just Imagine" May 21, 1932
165 J. C. Penney at the airport June 17, 1930
166 John N. Garner special train to Chicago June 24, 1932
166 John N. Garner special train to Chicago June 24, 1932
166 John N. Garner special train to Chicago June 24, 1932
167 Lt. Commander Chas. Rosendahl at Texas and Pacific June 30, 1932
167 Rock Springs in Trinity Park Aug. 7, 1931
167 Rock Springs in Trinity Park Aug. 7, 1931
167 Rock Springs in Trinity Park Aug. 7, 1931
169 Mrs. J. J. Pendleton - First to register at the Blackstone Hotel (2 negatives - one broken) Oct. 10, 1929
171 Bill of sale for N.A.T. plane March 19, 1931
173 Major General Ben D. Foulois at airport - with other Army Flying officers Aug. 7, 1932
173 Major General Ben D. Foulois at airport - with other Army Flying officers Aug. 7, 1932
173 Major General Ben D. Foulois at airport - with other Army Flying officers Aug. 7, 1932
173 Oswald Jacoby and Amon G. Carter at Shady Oak Farm June 5, 1932
173 Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Jacoby at Shady Oak Farm June 5, 1932
173 At Shady Oak Farm - Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Jacoby, Mr. and Mrs. Amon G. Carter and others June 5, 1932
173 Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Jacoby, Mr. and Mrs. Amon G. Carter and children at Shady Oak farm June 5, 1932
173 At Shady Oak Farm - Mrs. And Mrs. Oswald Jacoby and Mrs. Amon G. Carter and others June 5, 1932
174 A. P. Barrett and "Swede" Rhenstrom off on anti-hoarding trip Feb. 29, 1932
174 La Motte T. Cohn - President of Aviation Corporation April 19, 1932
175 Will Rogers at airport after Democratic Convention in Chicago July 5, 1932
175 Will Rogers at airport after Democratic Convention in Chicago July 5, 1932
175 Will Rogers at airport after Democratic Convention in Chicago. July 5, 1932
176 A. W. Herr-Houston. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railway March 2, 1931
176 C. F. Herrington March 21, 1931
177 Hugh Craig June 29, 1932
177 W. G. Lourcey June 29, 1932
177 Ben Thompson June 29, 1932
177 H. A. Melat June 29, 1932
177 H. B. Fuqua June 29, 1932
177 R. A. Liddel June 30, 1932
177 John N. Garner train arrives from Chicago July 4, 1932
177 John N. Garner train arrives from Chicago July 4, 1932
177 John N. Garner train arrives from Chicago July 4, 1932
177 John N. Garner train arrives from Chicago July 4, 1932
177 John N. Garner train arrives from Chicago July 4, 1932
185 Amon G. Carter, Jr.. Copy of photo made by Kerr May 30, 1932
188 John Garner at airport Aug. 18, 1932
188 John Garner at airport, Amon G. Carter on left Aug. 18, 1932
191 Amon G. Carter, Dr. Webb Walker, Bill McDuffy, Stine Lee. Off in Bowen plane for Lufkin for Carter's Sterling speech Aug. 25, 1932
191 Bill McDuffy off in Bowen plane for Lufkin, for Carter's Sterling speech. Other passengers were: Amon G. Carter, Dr. Webb Walker, Stine Lee Aug. 25, 1932
192 James F. Record (copy of photo) June 22, 1931
193 Austin, Texas - View from air showing Capitol Building April 17, 1932
193 Kelly Field at San Antonio (Air View) April 17, 1932
195 New Post Office - Breaking ground Aug. 12, 1931
195 New Post Office - Breaking ground Aug. 12, 1931
197 Governor Bill Murray of Oklahoma at Collinsville - Governor Murray and Senator Jake Loy Feb. 18, 1932
197 Governor Bill Murray of Oklahoma at Collinsville - J. E. Patton of Spur; W. J. Huffaker and John Malone Feb. 18, 1932
197 Governor Bill Murray of Oklahoma at Collinsville - E. G. Albright, Charles Steele, Charles Hagerbing and R. B. Hood Feb. 18, 1932
197 Mrs. John F. Swayne - D.A.R. Mayor William Bryce Erskine Williams, W. P. McLean, Jr. All at George Washington tree planting ceremony in Burnett Memorial Park Feb. 19, 1932
198 Orville Bullington and scenes of his boyhood in and near Poolville, Texas Oct. 2, 1932
198 Orville Bullington and scenes of his boyhood in and near Poolville, Texas Oct. 2, 1932
198 Orville Bullington and scenes of his boyhood in and near Poolville, Texas Oct. 2, 1932
198 Orville Bullington and scenes of his boyhood in and near Poolville, Texas Oct. 2, 1932
198 Orville Bullington and scenes of his boyhood in and near Poolville, Texas Oct. 2, 1932
198 Orville Bullington and scenes of his boyhood in and near Poolville, Texas Oct. 2, 1932
198 Wichita Falls Texas (copy of old photo) Oct. 3, 1932
198 Wichita Falls Texas (copy of old photo) Oct. 3, 1932
198 Wichita Falls Texas (copy of old photo) Oct. 3, 1932
198 Captain Bill Ponder Oct. 4, 1932
199 "Uncle John" Ray - 64 years a Mason Sept. 21, 1932
201 D. S. Landis, Fort Worth weatherman Aug. 23, 1932
201 Eagle Mountain Dam, air view Oct. 7, 1932
201 Masonic Temple, interior view Oct. 14, 1932
201 Masonic Temple, interior view Oct. 14, 1932
201 Masonic Temple, interior view Oct. 14, 1932
202 Edward Flynn, Secretary of State, New York Sept. 20, 1932
202 Edward Flynn, Secretary of State, New York Sept. 20, 1932
203 Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dulaney at Arlington Downs (Reeves) Nov. 5, 1932
203 E. W. Dickson - Old drummer Dec. 19, 1932
203 A. J. Wylie Dec. 29, 1932
204 W. T. Waggoner on "Cowpuncher" Nov. 2, 1932
204 W. T. Waggoner on "Cowpuncher" Nov. 2, 1932
204 W. T. Waggoner on "Cowpuncher" Nov. 2, 1932
204 W. T. Waggoner on "Cowpuncher" Nov. 2, 1932
204 W. T. Waggoner on "Cowpuncher" Nov. 2, 1932
204 Ed Lally Nov. 29, 1932
205 R. E. Harding, Jr. Dec. 1, 1932
205 Mary Darter Doleman painting, Windblown Eucalypti Trees Dec. 6, 1932
205 Walter Lee Simpson - Oldest Texas and Pacific Engineer Dec. 20, 1932
206 Winnie Ruth Judd - Copy of photo made in the Phoenix jail Jan. 10, 1933
206 Winnie Ruth Judd - Copy of photo made in the Phoenix jail Jan. 10, 1933
207 Reverend Baker J. Cauthen Jan. 5, 1933
208 Ruth Carter on her 9th birthday Oct. 19, 1932
208 Ruth Carter on her 9th birthday Oct. 19, 1932
208 Ruth Carter on her 9th birthday Oct. 19, 1932
208 News Boys luncheon at Elks Nov. 24, 1932
208 U.S. Senator Tom Connally and Amon G. Carter, Sr. at News Boys turkey luncheon at Elks Nov. 24, 1932
208 Amon G. Carter, Jr. at News Boys turkey luncheon at Elks Nov. 24, 1932
208 Amon G. Carter, Jr. at News Boys turkey luncheon at Elks Nov. 24, 1932
209 Elliott Roosevelt and group at Sweetwater chuck wagon in Texas Hotel March 11, 1933
209 Elliott Roosevelt and J. R. (Red) Wright at Sweetwater chuck wagon in Texas Hotel March 11, 1933
209 Elliott Roosevelt and Tad Lucas March 11, 1933
209 Elliott Roosevelt, Tad Lucas and J. R. (Red) Wright March 11, 1933
209 Elliott Roosevelt, John Davis, Walter B. Scott and Tad Lucas March 11, 1933
210 Eddie Cantor at Texas and Pacific March 29, 1933
210 Eddie Cantor at Texas and Pacific3 March 29, 1933
210 Dr. Arthur Brown - Candidate for city council April 3, 1933
211 Forest Park Zoo - Patsy at Zoo reading letter of proposal March 23, 1933
211 Forest Park Zoo - Lion cubs March 23, 1933
211 Paul Rathgeber, city council candidate March 30, 1933
212 Forest Park Zoo - Patsy and baby baboon June 17, 1933
212 Patsy and baby bob cat at zoo June 20, 1933
212 B. M. Hatfield. June 26, 1933
213 Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt and Mrs. Amon G. Carter June 5, 1933
213 Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt and Miss Smith (no other names given) June 5, 1933
213 Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt June 5, 1933
213 Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt and Walter Scott June 5, 1933
213 C. R. Smith, Mrs. Amon G. Carter, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt June 8, 1933
214 Monsignor Nolan and group of priests at celebration June 6, 1933
214 Monsignor Nolan and group of priests at celebration June 6, 1933
214 Monsignor Nolan and group of priests at celebration June 6, 1933
214 Forest Park Zoo - Baby baboon June 7, 1933
214 Forest Park Zoo - Pulling tiger's tooth June 7, 1933
216 Tom J. Brown April 10, 1933
216 Forest Park Zoo. Hamilton Hittson and new talking bird - hill myna April 11, 1933
216 Forest Park Zoo. Hamilton Hittson and new talking bird - hill myna April 11, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scenes - Shannon home (Evans) Aug. 14, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scenes - Roads leading to Shannon home (Evans) Aug. 14, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scenes - Air view of the Shannon farm (Evans) Aug. 14, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scenes - Air view of the Shannon farm (Evans) Aug. 14, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scene - Interior photo of house where he was held. Photo of organ Aug. 15, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scene - Interior photos of house where he was held Aug. 15, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scene - Exterior of house where he was held Aug. 15, 1933
217 Charles Urschel kidnapping scene - Road to the house where he was held Aug. 15, 1933
218 Missouri-Kansas and Texas Railway - Engine No. 110 and sleeper named for Amon G. Carter March 23, 1933
218 Missouri-Kansas and Texas Railway - Cooks and Steward on Diner Sam Houston March 23, 1933
221 Arlington Downs - Will Rogers talking to W. T. Waggoner Oct. 19, 1933
222 Mrs. R. J. O'Donnell, Dallas Nov. 10, 1933
223 Mrs. E. H. Pope of the Lena Pope Home and one of her "family" Nov. 3, 1933
223 Judge A. J. Power, Associate Justice of the Second Court of Civil Appeals Nov. 6, 1933
223 Judge A.J. Power, Associate Justice of the Second Court of Civil Appeals (negative corner broken) Nov. 6, 1933
223 At Arlington Downs. Mmes. R. E. L. Batts, Robert F. McNemer, George Hill Jr., Houston; Amon G. Carter and Sam B. Cantey Nov. 3, 1933
226 Holland Magendie Dec. 1, 1933
226 Holland Magendie Dec. 1, 1933
226 Prof. Edwin A. Elliott - Texas Christian University Dec. 7, 1933
226 Prof. Edwin A. Elliott - Texas Christian University Dec. 7, 1933
226 Dr. Clay Johnson Dec. 13, 1933
226 Dr. Clay Johnson Dec. 13, 1933
227 Dr. E. H. Griswold - Peru, Indiana Dec. 26, 1933
227 New Year's Party at Shady Oak Farm Jan. 1, 1934
227 New Year's Party at Shady Oak Farm Jan. 1, 1934
227 New Year's Party at Shady Oak Farm Jan. 1, 1934
227 New Year's Party at Shady Oak Farm 1933
227 New Year's Party at Shady Oak Farm 1933
228 Willard Burton and loving cup given him by friends Dec. 26, 1933
230 Captain Frank Hawks and the "Sky Chief" Feb. 20, 1933
230 Captain Frank Hawks and the "Sky Chief" Feb. 20, 1933
230 Maury Hughes, Dallas, is given a Blue Eagle handkerchief by Miss Margie Neal, State Senator Aug. 23, 1933
230 The Texas Steer departs for Chicago - The crew: Commodore Col. B. M. Hatfield, Buddy Cashion, J. F. Norris, D. E. Bennett and W. J. West Aug. 23, 1933
230 The Texas Steer departs for Chicago - The crew: Commodore Col. B. M. Hatfield, Buddy Cashion, J. F. Norris, D. E. Bennett and W. J. West Aug. 23, 1933
230 The Texas Steer departs for Chicago - The crew: Commodore Col. B. M. Hatfield, Buddy Cashion, J. F. Norris, D. E. Bennett and W. J. West Aug. 23, 1933
230 The Texas Steer departs for Chicago - The crew: Commodore Col. B. M. Hatfield, Buddy Cashion, J. F. Norris, D. E. Bennett and W. J. West Aug. 23, 1933
230 Major John B. Hawley Oct. 6, 1933
230 C. R. Hanger's old Walnut feed trough Oct. 24, 1933
230 Maury Hughes, Dallas, is given a Blue Eagle handkerchief by Miss Margie Neal, State Senator Aug. 23, 1933
231 Star-Telegram Carrier Salesmen on outing at Glen Rose, Texas. Group in front of Star-Telegram Aug. 9, 1933
231 Star-Telegram Carrier Salesmen on outing at Glen Rose Texas. Robert Jennings, Amon G. Carter, Jr., Ed Tate, John Terrell, W.C. Stafford, Raymond Ray and Edwin Marcell. In water: Jack Webb, Ad Richardson and Willis Miller, life guards Aug. 9, 1933
231 Star-Telegram Carrier Salesmen on outing at Glen Rose, Texas. Group in water Aug. 9, 1933
231 Star-Telegram Carrier Salesmen on outing at Glen Rose, Texas. Boys in water Aug. 9, 1933
231 Star-Telegram Carrier Salesmen on outing at Glen Rose, Texas. James Allen and Morris Shepherd go off springboard Aug. 9, 1933
231 On Inaugural special to Washington, D.C.: Maury Hughes, Dallas John P. Lee, San Angelo Mrs. Pauline Adoue Hall, Dallas Ira P. De Loache, Dallas March 1, 1933
231 Brigadier General Charles R. Howland, San Antonio and Captain Ernest Samusson, Fort Worth May 23, 1933
231 Katherine Harfst manicuring Queen Tut's nails at Forest Park Zoo July 1933
231 Colonel B.M. Hatfield and his Trinity River boat. (2 negatives, one broken) Aug. 10, 1933
234 E. L. Cord at airport Sept. 12, 1933
235 James T. Touhy - Lt. Colonel in Community Chest Drive Oct. 23, 1933
235 Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Mershon celebrated their 50 wedding anniversary on Friday, July 13, 1934 July 10, 1934
235 Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Mershon celebrated their 50 wedding anniversary on Friday, July 13, 1934 July 10, 1934
236 George Cranston at WBAP Nov. 21, 1932
236 Carnegie Library permanent collection "The Swimming Hole" June 16, 1933
236 WBAP - George Cranston Nov. 17, 1933
236 WBAP - Cy Leland Nov. 17, 1933
236 WBAP - Cy Leland Nov. 17, 1933
237 Huntsville Penitentiary - Baseball Grandstand (Evans) July 1933
237 Huntsville Penitentiary - Courtyard Scene (Evans) July 1933
237 Huntsville Penitentiary - Courtyard Scene (Evans) July 1933
237 Jimmy Mah, Chinese air student July 20, 1933
238 Hugh Wallace, appointed to West Point by Congressman Lanham June 27, 1934
240 S. A. Cisler June 7, 1933
240 S. A. Cisler June 7, 1933
240 Walter McRae - Boy who wrote kidnapping note to President Tom W. Brabham of TWC Aug. 25, 1933
240 Walter McRae - Boy who wrote kidnapping note to President Tom W. Brabham of TWC Aug. 25, 1933
240 W.S. Charles, project engineer for the CWA in Fort Worth Dec. 1, 1933
240 Mrs. Ed Ritchey at airport Jan. 10, 1934
241 Hugh H. White of Keller. Trophy won by White as the premier American exhibitor for Polled Herefords March 17, 1933
241 E. L. Nelson, of American Airways June 6, 1933
241 Clarence D. Little, new Tarrant County Sheriff Aug. 7, 1933
242 Marvin D. Evans April 1933
243 Sam T. Howell, baggage master at the Texas and Pacific Terminal who still calls the trains. He uses the public address system June 13, 1934
243 G. T. Glenn, station master at the Union Station, who has called trains for 26 years June 22, 1934
243 James O'Dowd, 75-year old who walks about 10 miles every day July 21, 1934
243 James O'Dowd, 75-year old who walks about 10 miles every day July 21, 1934
243 James O'Dowd, 75-year old who walks about 10 miles every day July 21, 1934
243 Children awarded Dunning pins by their piano teachers: Vincent Organ, Barbara Van Zandt, Ruth Carter, Betty Suggett June 9, 1934
243 Children awarded Dunning pins by their piano teachers: Collette and Janine Ponder and Mary Lattimore June 9, 1934
243 Children awarded Dunning pins by their piano teachers: Collette and Janine Ponder and Mary Lattimore June 9, 1934
245 CCC Camp at Lake Worth - Frank Purvis, who supervises the lake development work carried on by the CCC boys, and Lt. James G. McKinnon, who is camp commander July 20, 1934
246 C. H. Montgomery, police criminal identification bureau clerk June 23, 1934
246 V. A. Leonard, new superintendent of the local police criminal identification bureau July 26, 1934
246 V. A. Leonard, new superintendent of the local police criminal identification bureau July 26, 1934
248 "Church of Cimarron" painting by Sallie Blythe Mummert Oct. 24, 1933
248 Mrs. Frank Hawks, wearing a street dress of the type now worn by most of the young women of China, is shown beside a table holding a few of the extensive collection of souvenirs which she collected June 13, 1934
248 Mrs. Frank Hawks, wearing a street dress of the type now worn by most of the young women of China, is shown beside a table holding a few of the extensive collection of souvenirs which she collected June 13, 1934
248 R. M. Bowen, President of the Kiwanis Club, holding a mounted buck's head given him by the Henrietta Club and which he will pass on to some other club Aug. 9, 1934
249 Judge Allen Montgomery Jan. 16, 1934
249 Judge Montgomery and Assistant District Attorney Mike Anglin Jan. 16, 1934
249 C. E. Penix, Assistant District Attorney Jan. 16, 1934
249 Sam Spence, District Attorney Jan. 16, 1934
253 Lyndol Young, Vice President Aviation Corp. Oct. 18, 1933
253 Frank Hawks Oct. 18, 1933
253 Richard F. Roper, Executive Secretary of the Democratic National Committee Oct. 18, 1933
253 L.B. Manning, President Aviation Corp. Oct. 18, 1933
253 One of the four guns that fires 19 gun salute in honor of Vice President Garner and Postmaster Gen. Farley Oct. 18, 1933
253 Waco plane and Pitzer, West and F. G. (Swede) Rhenstrom, pilot Aug. 30, 1934
253 C. K. West and Paul W. Pitzer oil producers Aug. 30, 1934
253 O. A. Jamison, milk administrator for AAA Sept. 1, 1934
254 C. B. Shotwell Feb. 10, 1934
254 Herbert Maier, Denver, Colorado District Officer of the National Park Service Feb. 26, 1934
254 Mack Flenniken, Assistant coach at North Side High School Aug. 29, 1934
254 Cooper Robbins, Coach at Diamond Hill School Aug. 29, 1934
255 Joe McClusky, Throckmorton at Abilene Sept. 3, 1934
255 Forest Park Zoo - Queen Tut and Sugar meet for first time Sept. 19, 1934
255 Forest Park Zoo - Queen Tut and Sugar meet for first time Sept. 19, 1934
255 Forest Park Zoo - Queen Tut and Sugar meet for first time Sept. 19, 1934
256 H. T. Hardin, Kennedale Feb. 13, 1934
256 Miss Faye Kirkwood (Miss Fort Worth) at Abilene Sept. 3, 1934
257 A. B. L. Clausen, artist at work on PWA painting Feb. 15, 1934
257 Major Frank H. Barnhart, Cavalry, USA Feb. 26, 1934
257 Dr. Raymond Foley and Congressman Sam Rayburn, with a Jersey calf on the Rayburn farm Sept. 16, 1934
257 Miss Lou Rayburn Sept. 16, 1934
257 Tom Rayburn, who runs the Rayburn farm, and his brother James Rayburn, Dodd City (negative bronzed) Sept. 16, 1934
257 The Rayburn home Sept. 16, 1934
257 Rayburn and Foley looking over a copy of Foley's magazine, To-day Sept. 16, 1934
257 Dr. Raymond Foley and Congressman Sam Rayburn Sept. 17, 1934
257 Dr. Raymond Foley and Congressman Sam Rayburn Sept. 17, 1934
257 Dr. Raymond Foley, Amon G. Carter, and Congressman Sam Rayburn Sept. 17, 1934
258 Post Office Inspectors - F. L. Clampitt, Post Office Inspector in charge here and K. P. Aldrich, Washington, D.C., Chief Post Office Inspector Sept. 7, 1934
258 E. Langston, President of the Fort Worth Trades Assembly Sept. 14, 1934
258 Masonic Home - Barber Sept. 20, 1934
258 Masonic Home - Original building Sept. 20, 1934
258 Masonic Home - New building Sept. 20, 1934
258 Masonic Home - Hospital Sept. 20, 1934
261 O. D. Stevens Murder Case - W. T. Evans and W. A. Pulliam, county investigators inspecting the mesh wire basket in which the clothing of three missing men was sunk in Trinity River (Stevens murder case) ( Evans) July 1933
261 O. D. Stevens Murder Case - Same men holding boots that were identified as those worn by the missing men (Evans) July 1933
261 O. D. Stevens Murder Case - Burned truck seat (Evans) July 1933
261 O. D. Stevens Murder Case - Truck used to convey the bodies of three slain men to river bridge (Evans) July 1933
261 O. D. Stevens Murder Case - Pumping well dry on the O. D. Stevens Farm (Evans) July 1933
261 O. D. Stevens Murder Case - Pumping well dry on the O. D. Stevens Farm (Evans) (corner broken off negative) July 1933
261 "Dusty" Rhodes, deputy sheriff who found the bodies of three men slain and thrown in Trinity River. Looking over weapons that might have been used in the triple slaying (O. D. Stevens Murder Case) July 1933
261 O. D. Stevens Murder Case - Federal Narcotics Officer Buck Nance, U.S. Commissioner Lois Newam and Federal District Attorney Clyde Eastus with narcotics found in the O. D. Stevens home (See film negative #261 in film negative file) July 15, 1933
261 Deputy Sheriff G. A. Coke and M. D. (Blackie) Howard July 15, 1933
261 Deputy Sheriff Frank Rimmer and M. T. Howard. July 15, 1933
261 O. D. Stevens July 15, 1933
261 Clyde May and Mrs. O .D. Stevens. May is the defendant's attorney July 15, 1933
262 E. S. Farrington, Athletic Director of Fort Worth Schools Aug. 29, 1934
263 L .R. Meyer and Raymond Wolf, Coaches Texas Christian University Football 1934
264 James D. Hamlin of Farwell, President West Texas Chamber of Commerce (Left). Fred Lowery of Washington, former Assistant Director of the Budget (Right) Oct. 4, 1934
264 Mrs. Helen Walker Murphy, Texas Christian University physical education instructor Oct. 5, 1934
264 Mrs. Helen Walker Murphy, Texas Christian University physical education instructor Oct. 5, 1934
264 Major Sidney M. Harrison of Fort Worth Oct. 5, 1934
264 84 year-old Uncle Bill Hale Oct. 24, 1934
264 Cabin built of Palo Pinto cedars where Uncle Bill Hale lives, 1934. Birthplace of Federal Judge James C. Wilson of Fort Worth Oct. 24, 1934
265 Al Hayne memorial fountain on triangle at Lancaster Avenue Oct. 24, 1934
265 Sam Bass House in Denton Co, where Sam Bass spent a night in 1878 Oct. 24, 1934
265 Sam Bass - Mrs. Byron Maddox, one of his hosts that night Oct. 24, 1934
265 Sam Bass - Roy Hitton, Sr., owner of the house in 1934 Oct. 24, 1934
265 U. S. Court House - Ornamental main entrance facing north on Tenth Street Oct. 30, 1934
265 U. S. Court House - Corridor on third floor Oct. 30, 1934
265 U.S. Court House - View from window of office of the district attorney Oct. 30, 1934
265 U.S. Court House - Prisoner cells Oct. 30, 1934
265 U.S. Court House - Second floor hallway (negative bronzing) Oct. 30, 1934
266 Will Rogers in front seat of his car. Amon G. Carter in back seat Oct. 7, 1934
266 Will Rogers in his car Oct. 7, 1934
266 Will Rogers in front seat of his car. Amon G. Carter in back seat Oct. 7, 1934
266 Narcotic Farm - Federal Groundbreaking Exercises. First shovel of dirt being turned. Dr. Walter L. Treadway at the spade (assistant surgeon general of U.S. Public Health Service.) Behind him, left to right: John B. Collier, Jr., president, Chamber of Commerce; Jack H. Hott, Chamber Manager; Mrs. Isabelle Hearn O'Neill of Washington, special representative of Bureau of Narcotics; Amon G. Carter, master of ceremonies; Congressmen Fritz G. Lanham, and Mayor Van Zandt Jarvis Oct 27, 1934
266 Narcotic Farm - Federal Groundbreaking Exercises. First shovel of dirt being turned. Dr. Walter L. Treadway at the spade (assistant surgeon general of U.S. Public Health Service.) Behind him, left to right: John B. Collier, Jr., president, Chamber of Commerce; Jack H. Hott, Chamber Manager; Mrs. Isabelle Hearn O'Neill of Washington, special representative of Bureau of Narcotics; Amon G. Carter, master of ceremonies; Congressmen Fritz G. Lanham, and Mayor Van Zandt Jarvis Oct 27, 1934
266 Narcotic Farm - Federal Groundbreaking Exercises. First shovel of dirt being turned. Dr. Walter L. Treadway at the spade (assistant surgeon general of U.S. Public Health Service.) Behind him, left to right: John B. Collier, Jr., president, Chamber of Commerce; Jack H. Hott, Chamber Manager; Mrs. Isabelle Hearn O'Neill of Washington, special representative of Bureau of Narcotics; Amon G. Carter, master of ceremonies; Congressmen Fritz G. Lanham, and Mayor Van Zandt Jarvis Oct 27, 1934
266 Narcotic Farm - Federal Groundbreaking Exercises. High School cadets raising flag Oct. 27, 1934
267 Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen Oct 19, 1934
268 First of judges to sit at bench in courtroom of United States Courthouse, Fort Worth - Left to right: Judge Samuel H. Sibley of Atlanta, Judge Rufus E. Foster of New Orleans and Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr. of Houston, seated at bench in courtroom of U.S. Courtroom. Fort Worth, Texas. Nov. 5, 1934
268 First of judges to sit at bench in courtroom of United States Courthouse, Fort Worth - Left to right: Judge Samuel H. Sibley of Atlanta, Judge Rufus E. Foster of New Orleans and Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr. of Houston, seated at bench in courtroom of U.S. Courtroom. Fort Worth, Texas. Nov. 5, 1934
268 Fourteen passenger, twin-motored Douglas monoplane of American Airways Nov. 4, 1934
268 American Airways fourteen passenger, twin-motored Douglas monoplane, left to right: W. D. Gordon; Hugh L. Smith, Gen. Mgr. Southern Div. of AA; J. K. Kyle, District traffic Mgr.; Mayor Van Zandt Jarvis; Dr. Webb Walker; E. E. Weaver; H. M. Magendie; Amon G. Carter; A. J. Duncan, Pres. Texas Electric Service Co.; Dr. Hodges McKnight Nov. 4, 1934
268 Mayor Van Zandt Jarvis congratulating Jim Ingram, pilot of the American Airways plane Nov. 4, 1934
269 P. P. Willis (left) advertising executive of Chicago & Director of Aviation Corporation, American Airways, and Frank A. Vanderlip, Sr., New York banker Feb. 2, 1934
270 Forest Park Zoo - Patsy taking medicine for a bad cold Oct. 20, 1934
271 Lt. W. E. Davis, who flew first Army airmail Eastward, with H. E. Crisman from office of assistant superintendent of airmail Feb. 19, 1934
271 Lt. H. F. Gregory of Fort Sill, who was first army pilot to fly cargo of mail out of Fort Worth, with C. J. Taylor, railway mail superintendent (left) and W. G. Fuller, manager Municipal Airport Feb. 19, 1934
271 Reverend C. Q. Smith, (left), President McMurry College at Abilene, and Reverend C. R. Wright, D. D., Fort Worth, Methodist Hospital commissioner and conference director of Golden Cross campaigns Nov. 7, 1934
272 Air views of Arlington Downs showing parked cars, throngs of people, track, etc. Nov. 10, 1934
272 Air views of Arlington Downs showing parked cars, throngs of people, track, etc. Nov. 10, 1934
272 Air views of Arlington Downs showing parked cars, track, stands, etc. (emulsion side peeling slightly) Nov. 10, 1934
272 Junior Leaguers who modeled at Junior League day at the Fair. Left to right, standing: Miss Elizabeth Escavaille, Mrs. Hubert Hammon Crane, and Mrs. Lee Armer. Seated is Mrs. Amon G. Carter Nov. 7, 1934
272 Air views of Arlington Downs showing parked cars, track, stands, etc. Nov. 10, 1934
273 Ted Clark, horse, winner of $10,000 Waggoner Handicap at Arlington Downs. Jockey, Nick Wall. Standing, left to right, Trainer C. A. Marone, W. C. Shaw, Georgia Evelyn Billingsley and Dr. C. N. Mooney, owner of horse Nov. 10, 1934
273 Action photo with Ted Clark nearing finish line with ¾ mile victory over Pot Au Brooms with Amazing five lengths back Nov. 10, 1934
276 Texas Junior Bar Association Convention. Alto B. Cervin of Dallas (left), elected President; Eddie Compton, Fort Worth (center) and Carlton Smith, Waco Nov. 16, 1934
277 CCC - Civilian Conservation Corps at Lake Worth. Harry J. Adams, park superintendent, welcoming Captain A. H. Atlas of Denver, medical officer, and John B. Collier Jr., President Chamber of Commerce greeting Lt. Nick V. Fletcher of San Antonio May 2, 1934
277 CCC - Civilian Conservation Corps at Lake Worth. Two Hundred CCC men detraining at Texas and Pacific Railway before boarding trucks for Lake Worth May 2, 1934
278 Dr. Lewis D. Cooper, research director for Texas State Teachers Association March 28, 1934
278 Hostesses at Arlington Downs - Mmes. J. B. Googins, standing, right; and Mmes. C. D. Reimers, seated, left; and E. P. Van Zandt March 29, 1934
279 Mr. And Mrs. James Wright Brown at Arlington Downs. (corner of negative broken) March 2, 1934
279 James Wright Brown of New York, editor and publisher of Editor and Publisher March 2, 1934
279 Homer Holcomb, rodeo clown (right); Abe Lefton, announcer; and "Mae West," Homer's trick mule March 13, 1934
280 Zoo keeper Hamilton Hitson introducing Wottasnozzle and Wimpy, bloodhound pups received from Wynne State Prison Farm in exchange for a fox and two monkeys March 5, 1934
280 Zoo keeper Hamilton Hitson introducing Wottasnozzle and Wimpy, bloodhound pups received from Wynne State Prison Farm in exchange for a fox and two monkeys March 5, 1934
280 Coach Francis Schmidt and his last TCU Championship Team. Southwest Conference Basketball Trophy for 1934 in front of Captain Wallace Myers in the Center. Members of team, left to right, front row: Elbert (Flash) Walker, Richard Allison, Capt. Myers, Hersel Kinzy, Robert Chappell; back row, Cy Perkins, Coach Schmidt, Darrell Lester, Judy Truelson, Mgr. "Spec" Logan & Dan Harston Jr. March 14, 1934
280 O. D. Stevens in foreground conferring with his atty., Henry Stevens of Magnolia, Ark. Other defendants, in row behind Stevens are left to right, M. T. Howard, W. D. May, M. B. Howard & E. Claud Hill. Joe L. Martin at extreme right March 28, 1934
282 Elliott F. Cowden, Midland, Ector County, oil land owner and ranchman November 1934
282 Officials of Frisco Lines in Texas. W. T. Minor, assistant general freight agent November 1934
282 Officials of Frisco Lines in Texas. J. E. Steele, general freight and passinger, agent November 1934
282 W. V. Galbreath, Fort Worth November 1934
282 Manager Lee Simmons (right) of the Texas prison system and U.S. Marshal J. R. Wright (left) Nov. 13, 1934
284 Col. John Kilpatrick of Madison Square Garden, (left), John Davis, center, and Verne Elliot, right March 16, 1934
284 Donald Fay, confessed slayer of Arlington Downs night watchman, center with his attorney, John Morison, right, & his father, Howard Fay (left) November 1934
284 Donald Fay, confessed slayer of Arlington Downs night watchman, center with his attorney, John Morison, right, & his father, Howard Fay (left) November 1934
285 F. D. Hendrix and Royer's Ranch scenes made in 1893 (Copy of old photo) Dec. 8, 1933
285 F. D. Hendrix and Royer's Ranch scenes made in 1893 (Copy of old photo) Dec. 8, 1933
286 Walter Morris and Roy (Duke) Meehan Office bosses for the Fort Worth Cats Jan. 26, 1933
286 W. J. Marsh at organ in St. Patrick's Church April 7, 1934
287 Masonic Temple Oct. 13, 1932
287 Walter E. Monteith, Mayor of Houston. Amon G. Carter. Van Zandt Jarvis, Fort Worth. Dr. G. V. Morton. All in Houston for TCU-Rice game Nov. 19, 1932
288 Old Gray Mare Band. W. T. Waggoner and Wright Armstrong June 24, 1932
288 Old Gray Mare Band. W. T. Waggoner and Wright Armstrong June 24, 1932
288 Old Gray Mare Band. W.T. Waggoner and Wright Armstrong June 24, 1932
288 Dave O'Keefe Jan. 26, 1934
289 Carl Simpson, prisoner, and Oscar Hukill, Deputy Sheriff April 25, 1933
289 Armon Shannon and wife entering Federal Building Aug. 24, 1933
289 Armon Shannon and wife entering Federal Building Aug. 24, 1933
289 R.G. (Boss) Shannon and wife entering Federal Building Aug. 24, 1933
289 R.G. (Boss) Shannon and wife entering Federal Building Aug. 24, 1933
289 R.G. (Boss) Shannon and wife entering Federal Building Aug. 24, 1933
290 Elliott Roosevelt putting NRA sticker on his auto July 28, 1933
290 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt Sept. 16, 1933
290 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt Sept. 16, 1933
290 Gene Arnold at airport Dec. 11, 1934
290 Gene Arnold, radio favorite, stepping off American Airlines plane at Municipal Airport. Greeting him is W. G. Clark. Behind Clark are C. K. West & Norman A. Dodge, former U.S. district atty. At the left is George Cranston, program director of WBAP Dec. 11, 1934
292 A.B. Waldron (negative silvered) Nov. 18, 1932
292 A.B. Waldron Nov. 18, 1932
292 Deer Hunt. E. Paul Waggoner, Tom Hickman, Ranger Captain Trav Daniel Nov. 29, 1932
292 Deer Hunt. E. Paul Waggoner, Tom Hickman, Ranger Captain Trav Daniel (negative silvered) Nov. 29, 1932
292 B. R. Wall, mayor of Grapevine, signs petition on beer and prohibition repeal. Dr. C. E. Walker and G. T. Givson look on July 1933
293 Harry C. Wiess, Houston, and Dr. E. R. Lederer, vice president of the T&P Coal & Oil Company Dec. 1, 1933
293 J. D. Collett and Howard Bennette, Tulsa Dec. 1, 1933
293 Frank Buttram, left, of Oklahoma City, and C. S. Gilbert of Tulsa Dec. 7, 1933
293 Amon G. Carter and boyhood friend (copy of old photo) Dec. 17, 1934
294 Airport and American Airways hangar air views Oct. 12, 1933
294 Airport and American Airways hangar air views (negative bronzed) Oct. 12, 1933
294 American Airways dedication. James A. Farley, Postmaster General. John N. Garner, Vice President Oct. 18, 1933
294 American Airways dedication. John N. Garner speaking Oct. 18, 1933
294 American Airways dedication. James A. Farley speaking Oct. 18, 1933
294 American Airways dedication. Eugene L. Vidal, Col. Carroll Cone, Emil Hurja, L. W. Robert Jr., James A. Farley, John N. Garner, Harlee Branch, W. W. Howes, Joseph C. O'Mahoney, U.S. Senator Tom Connally Oct. 18, 1933
295 Mrs. H. K. Buchanan murder scene in Dallas Dec. 3, 1932
295 Mrs. H. K. Buchanan murder scene in Dallas Dec. 3, 1932
295 Jack Flynn, labor and boxing commissioner July 1933
295 Ancil Hoffman, manager of Max Baer, Max Baer, George Butler, Bryan, and Jack Dempsey July 1933
295 Max Baer and Jack Dempsey July 1933
295 Jack Flynn and Jack Dempsey July 1933
295 Jack Dempsey and Ben Keith July 1933
295 Ardmore officers who captured Harvey Bailey, Detective Raymond Shumaker, Police Chief Hale Dunn, Detective Bennett Wallace Sept. 4, 1933
295 Brooks Baker, Fort Worth surveyor Sept. 27, 1933
296 U.S. Attorney Eastus and assistants. Group: W. L. Ward Clyde Hood, Clyde O. Eastus, Alex M. Mood, and W. J. Weaver July 1933
296 U.S. Attorney Eastus and assistant Clyde O. Eastus July 1933
296 U.S. Attorney Eastus and assistant Alex M. Mood, first assistant July 1933
296 U.S. Attorney Eastus and assistants. Clyde Hood and W. L. Ward, assistants July 1933
296 George Miller Emery, who shot James McCrary July 30, 1933
296 Mr. and Mrs. Tex Austin March 10, 1934
296 Chase National Bank, New York Officials Winthrop W. Aldrich, chairman of the board Dec. 15, 1934
296 Chase National Bank, New York Officials Nelson A. Rockefeller, employee of public utilities department Dec. 15, 1934
296 Chase National Bank, New York Officials. Front, left to right: H. D. Campbell; Winthrop W. Aldrich; Dr. Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.. Back, left to right: P. J. Ebbott; Amon G. Carter; and Nelson A. Rockefeller Dec. 15, 1934
297 Men who held-up and killed U. E. Horton at filling station on Vaughn Blvd. Justine Conde, Dewey Fowler and attorney John Morrison Jan. 8, 1934
297 Men who heldup and killed U. E. Horton at filling station on Vaughn Blvd. Jack Carter Jan. 8, 1934
297 Harvey Cox at police station. Wall community near San Angelo Jan. 26, 1934
297 William I. Myers, Washington, deputy governor of the Farm Credit Administration, and party, visit Shady Oak Farm. Group: W. L. Pier, Pres. Fort Worth Clearing House Assn.; Amon G. Carter; William I. Myers; Harry H. Wilkinson; A. E. Thomas; Dr. Webb Walker; Albert C. Williams; J. B. Hogsett; and Raymond Gee Oct. 29, 1933
297 William I. Myers, Washington, deputy governor of the Farm Credit Administration, and party, visit Shady Oak Farm. Group: W. L. Pier, Pres. Fort Worth Clearing House Assn.; Amon G. Carter; William I. Myers; Harry H. Wilkinson; A. E. Thomas; Dr. Webb Walker; Albert C. Williams; J.B. Hogsett; and Raymond Gee Oct. 29, 1933
297 William I. Myers, Washington, deputy governor of the Farm Credit Administration, and party visit Shady Oak Farm. William I. Myers, with the longhorn Oct. 29, 1933
297 William I. Myers, Washington, deputy governor of the Farm Credit Administration, and party visit Shady Oak Farm. William I. Myers, with the longhorn Oct. 29, 1933
297 Chevrolet dealers banquet for Amon G. Carter at Fort Worth Club Jan. 15, 1934
297 Amon G. Carter and Mrs. Carter return from the east. Reception at Texas & Pacific Station March 23, 1933
297 Amon G. Carter and Mrs. Carter return from the east. Reception at T & P Station March 23, 1933
297 Amon G. Carter and Mrs. Carter return from the east. Reception at Texas & Pacific Station March 23, 1933
297 Amon G. Carter and Mrs. Carter return from the east. Reception at T & P Station March 23, 1933
297 Amon G. Carter and Mrs. Carter return from the east. Reception at T & P Station March 23, 1933
299 Air views of Fort Worth, Belknap Street overpass Jan. 5, 1934
299 Air views of Fort Worth, Municipal airport Jan. 5, 1934
299 Air views of Fort Worth (negative broken) Jan. 5, 1934
299 Air views of Fort Worth Jan. 5, 1934
299 Air views of Fort Worth Jan. 5, 1934
299 Air views of Fort Worth Jan. 5, 1934
299 Air views of Fort Worth, Belknap Street overpass Jan. 5, 1934
299 Air views of Fort Worth, North Side High School Jan. 5, 1934
300 Lord Charles Guy Greville, Earl of Warwick April 27, 1933
300 Lord Charles Guy Greville, Earl of Warwick April 27, 1933
300 E. N. Gustafson, engineer-examiner on staff of R.A. Thompson, Public works engineer of Texas Aug. 18, 1933
300 Granbury, Texas. Dedication of Bridge over the Brazos June 7, 1932
300 Granbury, Texas. Dedication of Bridge over the Brazos June 7, 1932
300 Granbury, Texas. Dedication of Bridge over the Brazos June 7, 1932
300 Granbury, Texas. Dedication of Bridge over the Brazos June 7, 1932
301 U.S. Courthouse, Fort Worth. Federal Building Dedication. James A. Farley, Postmaster General; Amon G. Carter; Congressman Fritz Lanham; W. G. Clarkson; J. C. Carpenter; Vice Pres. John N. Garner and L. W. Robert, Jr. Oct. 19, 1933
301 U.S. Courthouse, Fort Worth Federal Building Dedication. Section of crowd that witnessed the ceremonies Oct. 19, 1933
301 U.S. Courthouse, Fort Worth Federal Building Dedication. L. W. Robert, Jr.; J. C. Carpenter; W. G. Clarkson and C. C. Converse Oct. 19, 1933
301 U.S. Courthouse, Fort Worth Federal Building Dedication. L. W. Robert, Jr.; J. C. Carpenter; W. G. Clarkson and C. C. Converse Oct. 19, 1933
302 Walter Looney, who witnessed the slaying of deputy sheriff Joe Brown at Rhome Jan. 27, 1933
302 Miss Dorothy Lee on horse Feb. 16, 1933
302 Miss Dorothy Lee on horse Feb. 16, 1933
302 A. A. Lund, Manager of Armour's. S. McGregor, 50 years with Armour. David Barron, Superintendent at Armour's April 29, 1933
302 George Lipe, Oklahoma City Times; Bennie Turner, Daily Oklahoman; Moss Patterson, sportsman-aviator May 6, 1933
303 Robert Nail, producing director of the Little Theatre Sept. 15, 1933
303 News Boys annual turkey dinner at Elks Club. Judge Walter Morris and Amon G. Carter, Jr. Nov. 30, 1933
303 News Boys annual turkey dinner at Elks Club. Judge Walter Morris and Amon G. Carter, Jr. Nov. 30, 1933
303 News Boys annual turkey dinner at Elks Club. Judge Walter Morris and Amon G. Carter, Jr. Nov. 30, 1933
303 News Boys annual turkey dinner at Elks Club. Judge Walter Morris and Amon G. Carter, Jr. Nov. 30, 1933
305 Fred and Hughie Hodges, charged with assault to murder in connection with shooting of Roy Scott Oct. 8, 1929
305 Leora Hodges, sister of Fred and Hughie Hodges Oct. 8, 1929
305 Miss Margaret Marable, Dallas, and Norris Ewing, Assistant General Manager of Amarillo News-Globe at Ad convention at Texas (negative corner cracked) Nov. 10, 1933
305 John Scharbauer, pioneer stockman (right), receiving from Walter B. Scott a loving cup presented to him as birthday gift on 83rd birthday by 15 oldtime friends Dec. 26, 1934
306 Mrs. Bell Pressley. 90 years old Feb. 2, 1933
306 Del Pratt, manager of the Fort Worth Cats Feb. 3, 1934
306 Lt. W. W. Messmore from San Antonio, talking with Lt. W. M. Fuller, manager of Municipal Airport Feb. 15, 1934
306 Type of Army plane that will carry the mail Feb. 15, 1934
307 Maxie Rosenbloom September 1933
307 Maxie Rosenbloom and Dick Griffin September 1933
307 Maxie Rosenbloom and Bud Burmeister September 1933
308 Pioneers here for SWE & FSS: Roberta Leahy; R. J. Johnson, Newcastle; Ruth Banks; L. V. Manning, Fort Worth; Bessie Warner March 10, 1933
308 Seminole, Texas - Copy of old photo April 19, 1934
311 University Christian Church May 10, 1933
311 Miss Alma Vass, Rendon Miss Ava Lee Redden, Johnson Station Miss Marie Culver, Azle Dec. 7, 1933
311 Richardson murder trial at Graham, Charles S. Richardson and Deputy Sheriff Newall Yates Jan. 16, 1934
311 Richardson murder trial at Graham Court room scene at Graham Jan. 16, 1934
311 Richardson murder trial at Graham Charles S. Richardson, wife and daughters in court Jan. 16, 1934
313 Rev. Paul F. Bobb, new pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian Church Oct. 25, 1933
314 Tarrant County Courthouse showing dome Dec. 31, 1934
315 Mrs. T. J. Harrell, Fort Worth Member of Woman's Club Jan. 15, 1935
316 W. F. Yancy, county auditor, seated at his desk in the courthouse Jan. 4, 1935
316 Forest Park Zoo animals taken to Denver Avenue Shool. Bobbie Joe Gaut, victim of infantile paralysis, with Mickey, a spider monkey. R. B. Crawford behind Bobbie Joe Jan. 23, 1935
316 Forest Park Zoo animals taken to Denver Avenue School. Zookeeper Hamilton Hittson with skin of last Josephine over right shoulder and panther under his coat Jan. 23, 1935
316 Forest Park Zoo animals taken to Denver Avenue School. Assistant Zookeeper Harry Rand, showing children Cleopatra, baby panther; Mickey, the monkey; and Tony, the macaw Jan. 23, 1935
317 Fires: Federal relief warehouse at 700 East Rio Grande Avenue. Pictures showing icicles that formed on the building Jan. 22, 1935
317 Fires: Federal relief warehouse at 700 East Rio Grande Avenue. Pictures showing icicles that formed on the building Jan. 22, 1935
317 James A. Jackson, vice president of National City Bank, New York (copy of old photo) Feb. 5, 1935
317 James H. Perkins, chairman of the board of National City Bank, New York (copy of old photo) Feb. 5, 1935
318 Mr. and Mrs. Amon G. Carter and children, Amon Jr. and Ruth, at the airport Jan. 14, 1935
318 Donald Douglas, Los Angeles, President of Douglas Aircraft Corporation Feb. 4, 1935
318 Donald Douglas, Los Angeles, President of Douglas Aircraft Corporation Feb. 4, 1935
318 Carole Lombard, Actress Feb. 1, 1935
318 Carole Lombard, Actress Feb. 1, 1935
319 Joe W. Caldwell, attorney - State Livestock Sanitary Commission Feb. 3, 1933
319 Mr. and Mrs. Emory Gordon Rust who celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary, Jan, 20, 1935 Jan. 18, 1935
319 George R. Angell, formerly of Dallas Assistant general freight agent for Rock Island Railway in Fort Worth Feb. 5, 1935
319 James H. Perkins, chairman of board of National City Bank of New York (left) and James A. Jackson, vice-president Feb. 5, 1935
319 Left to right: Amon G. Carter, James H. Perkins and James A. Jackson Feb. 5, 1935
320 Professor Paul Douglas, Chicago Brain Trust March 30, 1934
321 Federal Crop Loan men at Chamber of Commerce John A. Kee, E. P. Van Zandt, J. M. Andrews. March 3, 1933
321 Fort Worth view: E. Lancaster looking east from Jennings Ave. June 14, 1933
321 Fort Worth view: Summit Ave. viaduct looking east June 14, 1933
321 Fort Worth view: Throckmorton looking north from Texas and Pacific passenger station June 14, 1933
321 Fort Worth view: Jennings Ave. looking north from Texas and Pacific underpass June 14, 1933
323 American Airlines Officials: Left to right, seated: E. A. Ward, Chicago, vice president; Hugh Smith, Fort Worth, general supt.; William Littlewood, Chicago, chief engineer and H.D. Ingalls of Chicago, supt. of maintenance Standing: H. E. Mears, Chicago, communications supervisor; Clayton Shangraw, Chicago, supt. of radio; and E. T. Cuttrell, Chicago, radio-navigation instructor Feb. 11, 1935
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits Fort Worth. Gen. Hugh Johnson and Amon G. Carter at Arlington Downs Nov. 11, 1933
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits Fort Worth. Betty Foster, Gen. Johnson and Miss Frances M. Robinson, secretary to Mr. Johnson Nov. 11, 1933
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits Fort Worth. Edward F. McGrady, assistant Secretary of Labor; Miss Robinson; Edgar Kobak, pres. of the Advertising Federation of America, New York; General Johnson and Amon G. Carter Nov. 11, 1933
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits For Worth. Edward F. McGrady, Miss Frances Robinson and General Hugh Johnson Nov. 11, 1933
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits Fort Worth. Gen. Hugh Johnson greeted by Jack H. Hott, Manager of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Nov. 11, 1933
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits Fort Worth. Jack H. Hott, Miss Frances Robinson, Amon G. Carter, Gen. Hugh Johnson and Edward F. McGrady Nov. 13, 1933
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits Fort Worth. Miss Frances Robinson, Gen. Hugh Johnson and Edward F. McGrady Nov. 13, 1933
324 Gen. Hugh Johnson visits Fort Worth. Condor used by General Hugh Johnson on his trip Nov. 13, 1933
325 J. F. T. O'Connor, Comptroller of the Currency; W. L. Pier, Pres. Fort Worth Clearing House Association; Jesse H. Jones, Houston Oct. 19, 1933
325 McDonald Leech, Corpus Christi; James A. Farley, Postmaster General; John N. Garner, Vice-President; Amon G. Carter; Raymond Black Oct. 19, 1933
327 Jimmy Mattern, Aviator May 22, 1929
327 Jimmy Mattern, Aviator May 22, 1929
327 Jimmy Mattern, Aviator May 22, 1929
327 Jimmy Mattern, Aviator May 22, 1929
327 Jimmy Mattern, Aviator May 22, 1929
328 Patsy shops at Leonard's Edwin Claer, shoe salesman Zoo Keeper Hamilton Hittson Feb. 21, 1933
328 Patsy shops at Leonard's Edwin Claer, shoe salesman Zoo Keeper Hamilton Hittson Feb. 21, 1933
328 Wiley Post, Amon G. Carter, W. O. Gatton, Keith Morgan, National executive of the President's Birthday Ball; Peter J. Cusack, Clyde A. Penry, J. J. Hurley and Harry Connelly Jan. 17, 1934
328 Wiley Post and J. J. Hurley Jan. 17, 1934
329 Will Rogers and Ella Jean Waggoner at Arlington Downs Nov. 5, 1932
329 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt on arrival at Santa Fe Railway station July 23, 1933
329 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt at home of the bride July 24, 1933
329 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt at home of the bride July 24, 1933
329 Will Rogers, Guy L. Waggoner and Tom Hickman at Arlington Downs Nov. 5, 1932
329 Will Rogers, Guy L. Waggoner and Tom Hickman at Arlington Downs Nov. 5, 1932
329 Will Rogers and Guy L. Waggoner at Arlington Downs Nov. 5, 1932
330 Left to right: Gov. E. W. Marland of Oklahoma, former Gov. W. J. Holloway of Oklahoma, atty. general Mac Q. Williamson of Oklahoma, Bus Hill, former Fort Worth resident, assistant atty. general of Oklahoma Feb. 17, 1935
330 Left to right: Gov. E. W. Marland, W. J. Holloway, Amon G. Carter, Mac Q. Williamson and Bus Hill Feb. 17, 1935
331 Autos parked at Shady Oak Farm during Garner-Farley party Oct. 28, 1933
331 Shady Oak Farm. Sign welcoming John Garner and James A. Farley Oct. 26, 1933
331 Shady Oak Farm. Sign welcoming John Garner and James A. Farley Oct. 26, 1933
331 Shady Oak Farm. Sign welcoming John Garner and James A. Farley Oct. 26, 1933
336 Hamilton Hittson, Zookeeper, "cuddling" a cold and stiff alligator Feb. 27, 1935
336 Hamilton Hittson, Zookeeper, "cuddling" a cold and stiff alligator Feb. 27, 1935
336 Mrs. Bob Barker Jr., wife of Dr. Bob Barker Feb. 27, 1935
337 Will Rogers at airport. Rogers enroute to California from convention in Chicago. Amon G. Carter also in this photo June 18, 1932
337 Will Rogers and Amon G. Carter at airport. Rogers enroute to California from convention in Chicago June 18, 1932
337 Will Rogers at airport. Rogers enroute to California from convention in Chicago June 18, 1932
337 Will Rogers and Amon G. Carter at airport. Rogers enroute to California from convention in Chicago June 18, 1932
339 Arlington Downs - Crowd photos Oct. 21, 1933
339 Arlington Downs - Crowd photos Oct. 21, 1933
340 Raymond Buck home. Air view Oct. 12, 1933
341 Henry D. Young, recommended by Fritz Lanham for Postmaster of Fort Worth March 13, 1935
342 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show Press Day. Left to right, W.M. Beard, Fort Worth; Mrs. Mary Dunbar, Editor of Strawn Tribune; and Ben F. Hargel, editor of La Grange Journal. March 16, 1935
342 James A. Moffett, Federal Housing Administrator (copy of photo) March 15, 1935
342 Mrs. James A. Moffett (copy of photo) March 15, 1935
342 James A. Moffett on arrival in Ft. Worth March 16, 1935
342 Mrs. Connie Hull, friend of the Moffetts; Amon G. Carter, Mrs. Moffett and Moffett March 16, 1935
342 Breakfast in Moffett's honor at Fort Worth Club. Moffett standing. Others, left to right; Amon G. Carter, T. B. Yarbrough and H. H. Wilkinson March 19, 1935
342 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show Press Day. J. B. Cowan, editor of San Saba Star; Arthur Lefevre, Houston, assistant pres. of Texas Editorial Association, and Pat Holt, editor of Gatesville Messenger March 16, 1935
342 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show Press Day. W. M. Rawland of Cleburne Times-Review, and Mrs. Rawland March 16, 1935
343 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show visitors John P. Lee of San Angelo, general livestock superintendent of the show, putting on boots March 1935
343 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show visitors. Frank H. Kingman, manager Brockton, Mass., Fair (emulsion peeling at corner) March 1935
343 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show visitors. Miss Mildred Hart, Fort Worth, holding white fuzzy-headed Jackobin pigeon March 1935
343 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show visitors. G. W. Hendrike, Manager Hillandale Farms of Muscatine, Iowa, owner of grand champion Hereford female of the show, Miss Coronet March 1935
344 Shady Oak Farm Bar (Moffett Tunnel). Holland Magendie, bartender March 16, 1935
344 Shady Oak Farm Bar (Moffett Tunnel). In group of four left to right: Holland Magendie, Amon G. Carter, Virgil Browning and Ira Sligar March 16, 1935
344 Shady Oak Farm Bar (Moffett Tunnel) March 16, 1935
344 Shady Oak Farm Bar (Moffett Tunnel) March 16, 1935
344 Shady Oak Farm Bar (Moffett Tunnel) March 16, 1935
344 Mrs. R. E. Buchanan. Painting by Dickson Reeder (negative broken) Dec. 7, 1933
346 D. W. Evans (left), inventor of twin - propeller and M. M. Egan June 25, 1931
346 Henry Woods, aviator June 25, 1931
346 Air Views, Fort Worth, Texas July 7, 1931
346 Air Views, Fort Worth, Texas July 7, 1931
346 Air Views, Fort Worth, Texas July 7, 1931
346 Air Views, Fort Worth, Texas July 7, 1931
347 Arlington, Texas - Mayor W.L. Barrett March 12, 1935
347 Arlington, Texas - Eastern Star Home March 12, 1935
347 Arlington, Texas - Two buildings of North Texas Agricultural College March 12, 1935
347 Arlington, Texas - Mineral well which dispenses 700,000 gallons of water monthly March 12, 1935
347 Arlington, Texas - Municipal building March 12, 1935
347 Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show. Left: Mrs. Enid Stelzer of Nocona Boot Factory, Nocona, Texas. Related to Justin family of Justin Boot Factory, Fort Worth. Right: Ex-Ranger Captain Tom Hikman March 17, 1935
351 Ruth Lubin Camp - children and directors gathered at City Hall before going to camp June 8, 1929
351 Log Cabin museum of G. A. Holland, Weatherford. Partial view of gun collection Dec. 21, 1929
351 Log Cabin museum of G. A. Holland, Weatherford. Ancient wagon wheel, powder horns, Pilgrim Father blunderbuss and flint lock dueling pistol Dec. 21, 1929
351 Log Cabin museum of G. A. Holland, Weatherford. Holland performing at spinning wheel Dec. 21, 1929
351 Log Cabin museum of G.A. Holland, Weatherford. Hand loom Dec. 21, 1929
351 Log Cabin museum of G.A. Holland, Weatherford. Fireplace and pioneer day accoutrements Dec. 21, 1929
351 Capture of Raymond Hamilton, Public Enemy No. 1 April 5, 1935
351 Capture of Raymond Hamilton, Public Enemy No. 1 April 5, 1935
351 Capture of Raymond Hamilton, Public Enemy No. 1. Left to right, Chester Reagan, Fort Worth detective, Hamilton and Sheriff Smoot Schmid of Dallas who set ambush for the capture April 5, 1935
351 Capture of Raymond Hamilton, Public Enemy No. 1. The officers who, with Schmid, made the capture. Left to right , Ted Hinton, Dallas; Chester Reagan, Fort Worth; Bryan Peck, Dallas; Bill Decker, Dallas; Carl Harman, Tarrant County deputy sheriff; and Ed Caster, Dallas April 5, 1935
351 Raymond Hamilton. Scene of his capture. Photo made from East Fourth Street underpass, looking north. Deputy Sheriff Carl Harman (left) and City Detective Chester Reagan standing at place where desperado was taken April 6, 1935
351 Raymond Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Britton, owners of Round House Café, 507 Diamond Street, where Hamilton ate seven meals April 6, 1935
351 Raymond Hamilton. Round House Café, 507 Diamond Street, where Raymond Hamilton ate seven meals April 6, 1935
354 Second Annual Banquet of Thomas Jefferson Society of Texas at Fort Worth Club. Harry Woodring, left, and Elliott Roosevelt April 13, 1935
355 Fans at Arlington Downs Spring Racing Meet, 1935. Mrs. Amon G. Carter, left, and her guest, Mrs. Mary Taub Weil of Houston April 9, 1935
356 Branding Yearling. "W" Ranch, Winkler Co., (1906) - W.A. Priest Photo (West Texas Pioneer Series) Oct. 7, 1933
356 Chuck Wagon Scene. "W" Ranch, Winkler Co., 1906 - W.A. Priest Photo (West Texas Pioneer Series) Oct. 7, 1933
356 Corral Scene. "W" Ranch, Winkler Co., 1906 - W.A. Priest Photo Collection (West Texas Pioneer Series) Oct. 7, 1933
356 First Overland Mail. Queen's Peak Stage Stop near Bowie in 1858 (West Texas Pioneer Series) Oct. 7, 1933
356 Jim King, Chuck Wagon Cook on "W" Ranch, Winkler Co., 1906 (West Texas Pioneer Series) Oct. 7, 1933
356 W. A. (Bill) Priest. Roping Calf on "W" Ranch (1908) (West Texas Pioneer Series) Oct. 7, 1933
356 W. B. Oats. Manager of "W" Ranch in 1908. Getting Cow Out of Bog (West Texas Pioneer Series) Oct 7, 1933
358 Matt Brush, right, with Amon G. Carter and wooden Indian at Shady Oak Farm Jan. 26, 1931
359 Birthday telegran to Amon G. Carter from Paul Henderson May 30, 1931
359 Painting of Dr. B. H. Carroll, Founder of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Jan. 17, 1933
360 City of Fort Worth - Old Scenes (Copies) Feb. 14, 1931
360 City of Fort Worth - Old Scenes (Copies) Feb. 14, 1931
360 Fort Worth - old scene. Old Ellis Hotel (copy) March 19, 1931
361 Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix at Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Amon G. Carter and Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix at Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Tom Hardin and Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix at Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix and A. P. Barrett May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix at Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Left to right, Tom Hardin, Amon G. Carter, Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix and A. P. Barrett May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath May 25, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix, arrives at airport to present endurance fliers with flower. Tom Hardin, Lady Mary Heath and Amon G. Carter May 26, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix, arrives at airport to present endurance fliers with flower. Lady Mary Heath in airplane May 26, 1929
361 Lady Mary Heath, British Aviatrix, arrives at airport to present endurance fliers with flower. Lady Mary Heath with Amon G. Carter May 26, 1929
362 Fort Worth, Houston Street scene in 1877 (copy) April 9, 1929
362 General Benjamin D. Foulois, left, with Captain Arthur McDaniel June 25, 1931
362 Benjamin D. Foulois, Amon G. Carter and Arthur McDaniel June 25, 1931
363 Joseph Fleck painting at Carnegie Library May 7, 1929
363 Joseph Fleck painting at Carnegie Library May 7, 1929
363 Joseph Fleck painting at Carnegie Library May 7, 1929
364 Ruth Nichols at airport with Amon G. Carter Oct. 22, 1930
364 Ruth Nichols at airport with Bess Stephenson Oct. 22, 1930
366 Trinity Canal Association Banquet at Fort Worth Club. Chief Justice Irby Dunklin, Judge Samuel H. Sibley, Judge J. C. Hutcheson and Congressman Fritz G. Lanham Nov. 10, 1933
366 Trinity Canal Association Banquet at Fort Worth Club. Lloyd McKee, W. Lee O'Daniel, John W. Carpenter, Dallas; Amon G. Carter, U.S. Senator Tom Connally, Marlin; Roy Miller, Houston; and Walter B. Scott. Nov. 10, 1933
367 E. W. Sinclair of New York, right, pres. Sinclair Oil Corporation, and J. E. King, New York, vice president American Radiator Company Jan. 3, 1929
367 Left to right: J. E. King, Amon G. Carter and E. W. Sinclair Jan. 3, 1929
367 R. L. Paschal, left, principal of Central High School, and his twin brother, G. W. Paschal Dec. 6, 1928
367 Tombstone of first wife of Tex (Dink) Rickard. (copy) Jan. 9, 1929
367 Tex (Dink) Rickard and his first wife (copy) Jan. 9, 1929
367 Tex (Dink) Rickard and his first wife (copy) Jan. 9, 1929
367 Phil North on his horse April 13, 1930
367 Phil North on his horse April 13, 1930
368 Home of Tex Rickard in Henrietta, Texas, and proposed memorial June 20, 1929
370 Kennisaw Mountain Landis, left, Amon G. Carter and Amon G. Carter, Jr. March 17, 1929
370 Kennisaw Mountain Landis at game between Chicago White Sox and Fort Worth Cats March 17, 1929
372 Betty Jean Ficke, left, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Roy Ficke, and Ruth Carter, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Amon G. Carter June 10, 1931
372 Ann Frances Pendleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Pendleton June 10, 1931
372 Camp Holland at Weatherford. Boys on collegiate flivver June 10, 1931
372 Camp Holland at Weatherford. Glen Walton at bat. Leo Lipshitz catching June 10, 1931
372 Camp Holland at Weatherford. Swarming past bugler at call to supper June 10, 1931
372 Camp Holland at Weatherford. Archery - left to right: Louis Bernstein, Leo Lipschitz, Greer Harwicke and Amon G. Carter, Jr. June 10, 1931
373 At Shady Oak Farm, Patrick J. Hurley with fishing pole. Amon G. Carter reaching for line June 2, 1931
373 At Shady Oak Farm, Patrick J. Hurley with fish, and Amon G. Carter June 2, 1931
373 At Shady Oak Farm, Amon G. Carter, left, and Patrick J. Hurley, fishing June 2, 1931
373 At Shady Oak Farm, Patrick J. Hurley and group fishing June 2, 1931
373 At Airport. Left to right: Major H. T. Oldfield, Patrick J. Hurley and Lt. C. W. Cousland, Army Air Corps, pilot. June 2, 1931
373 At Airport. Left to right: Lt. C. W. Cousland, Army Air Corps, pilot; Amon G. Carter; Patrick J. Hurley, Secretary of War; James M. North and Major H. T. Oldfield June 2, 1931
373 At Airport. Patrick J. Hurley, Secretary of War June 2, 1931
373 American Airways - Inaugural flight from Fort Worth to Cincinnati. Left to right: James Calvert, Charles L. Morgan, W. G. Fuller, A. P. Barrett, R. O. Dulaney, pilot Herb Kindred, Amon G. Carter, W. N. Moore, J. J. Johann-Peter, S. M. Gaines and Walter McAllister June 15, 1931
373 American Airways - Inaugural flight from Fort Worth to Cincinnati. Crowd around plane June 15, 1931
374 Col. Charles. A. Lindbergh taking Amon.G. Carter & Loma Laughlin for a hop Nov. 5, 1928
375 Brahma Steers Jan. 19, 1929
375 Brahma Steers Jan. 19, 1929
375 Brahma Steers Jan. 19, 1929
375 Brahma Steers Jan. 19, 1929
375 Brahma Steers March 4, 1929
375 Brahma Steers March 4, 1929
375 Brahma Steers March 4, 1929
375 Brahma Steers Feb. 26, 1931
375 Brahma Steers Feb. 26, 1931
375 Brahma Steers Feb. 26, 1931
384 Chuck wagon time at Harrisdale Farms 1935
384 Robert Gilfillan, left, and Andrew Dunlap, both of Philadelphia, standing beside Art Favorite, Grand Champion steer of Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show 1935
395 William Ferguson Kilrie at age of 13. By Sir Henry Raeborn Jan. 23, 1935
395 "Texas Thistle" by Mrs. Laura Vinning Oct. 30, 1935
395 Amon G. Carter with W. G. Burton April 20, 1920
396 General Foulsen and unidentified flier May 22, 1929
462 Billy Moore, left, back row, in group of Post Office officials Dec. 8, 1930
462 Luncheon at Fort Worth Club honoring Billy Moore, at end of table on left April 23, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 First Methodist Church June 11, 1931
462 Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. 81st annual home coming - Pastor: Rev. S. F. Garrison July 31, 1932
462 Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. 81st annual home coming - Pastor: Rev. S. F. Garrison July 31, 1932
462 Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. 81st annual home coming - Pastor: Rev. S.F. Garrison (negative bronzing) July 31, 1932
667 A.L. Shuman (Copy) ½ inch for Xmas cards. Nov. 6, 1928
--- Amon Carter and Harold Hough (Eight 4″ × 5″ negatives) no date
--- Reg Robbins (Aviator) - Endurance Flight Around the World (Seventeen 4″ × 5″ negatives). ca. 1931
615 Reg Robbins (Aviator) - Endurance Hop (Five 5″ × 7″ negatives) ca. 1931
--- Star-Telegram Display ad Staff (5″ × 7″ negative) Jan. 10, 1930
--- Telegram to Amon G. Carter from D. J. Morau (5″ × 7″ negative) March 5, 1932
--- Tex Rickard at Henrietta, Texas (Six 5″ × 7″ negatives) no date
217 Not identified (Two negatives stuck together) no date

Sub-subseries 2. Glass Negatives, 8″ × 10″ and Over

Plate No. Description Notes
1 Street scene of spectators watching baseball scores outside Star-Telegram, ca. 1915 broken, piece missing 12″ × 20″ negative
2 Fort Worth Power & Light flood scene (northwest from paddock viaduct), June 10, 1915 12″ × 20″ negative
3 1921 Building Opening: Job Press Room ("job shop")
4 1921 Building Opening: Press & Reel Room, loading rolls
5 1921 Building Opening: Star-Telegram exterior oxidizing
6 1921 Building Opening: Press Room
7 1921 Building Opening: Star-Telegram exterior oxidizing; 2 plates
8 1921 Building Opening: Editorial Dept.
9 1921 Building Opening: Engraving (machine finishing room)
10 1921 Building Opening: Linotype broken, piece missing
11 1921 Building Opening: Art Dept. broken
12 1921 Building Opening: Mailroom broken
13 1921 Building Opening: Unidentified woman broken
14 1921 Building Opening: Unidentified woman
15 1921 Building Opening: Engraving
16 1921 Building Opening: Engraving
17 1921 Building Opening: Advertising Dept. 2 plates
18 1921 Building Opening: Engraving
19 1921 Building Opening: Switchboard also #61
20 1921 Building Opening: Mailroom
21 1921 Building Opening: Wortham's office
22 1921 Building Opening: Circulation
23 1921 Building Opening: Mailroom
24 1921 Building Opening: Promotion Division of Circulation
25 1921 Building Opening: Engraving
26 1921 Building Opening: Union Pacific station, ca. 1905, with caption infomation
27 1921 Building Opening: Kitchen
28 1921 Building Opening: Restaurant/Cafeteria
29 1921 Building Opening: Back view of Star-Telegram
30 1921 Building Opening: Reading Room also #62
31 1921 Building Opening: Circulation Dept.
32 1921 Building Opening: Unidentifiedcouple
33 1921 Building Opening: Unidentified woman--profile
34 1921 Building Opening: Editorial cartoonist (W.K. Patrick)
35 1921 Building Opening: Engraving
36 1921 Building Opening: Executive meeting room 2 plates
37 1921 Building Opening: Reproduction of map (circulation?)
38 1921 Building Opening: Mailroom-carrier's room
39 1921 Building Opening: Mailroom
40 1921 Building Opening: "Morgue"
41 1921 Building Opening: Boiler Room also #63
42 1921 Building Opening: Unidentified man
43 1921 Building Opening: Paper storage area
44 1921 Building Opening: Composing
45 1921 Building Opening: Amon Carter's office 2 plates
46 1921 Building Opening: Pictures of unidentified men
47 1921 Building Opening: Engraving
48 1921 Building Opening: Illustration of unidentified man
49 1921 Building Opening: Infirmary
50 1921 Building Opening: Picture of unidentified men chipped
51 1921 Building Opening: Composing
52 1921 Building Opening: Mailroom
53 1921 Building Opening: Reel Room and press
54 1921 Building Opening: Advertising
55 1921 Building Opening: Listing Room/Circulation
56 1921 Building Opening: Unidentified woman
57 1921 Building Opening: Teletype/wireroom
58 1921 Building Opening: Photo engraving
59 1921 Building Opening: Press Room
60 1921 Building Opening: Banquet, River Crest Country Club
61 1921 Building Opening: Switchboard also #19
62 1921 Building Opening: Reading Room also #30
63 1921 Building Opening: Boiler Room