Fort Worth's oldest fire station is apt for an exhibit celebrating the city's history. This station housed active ... More
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Fort Worth's oldest fire station is apt for an exhibit celebrating the city's history. This station housed active firefighters from 1907-1980. In 1984, it reopened for the Texas Sesquicentennial with a new collection of memorabilia entitled "150 Years of Fort Worth." Photographs, assorted historical documents, paintings, posters and other artifacts from the late 1800s to the 1990s' chronicle of the city's progress, from military outpost to cattle market to thriving modern city. Groups may schedule private tours two weeks in advance.
Founder Mrs. Ninnie L. Baird began baking bread in her home at the turn of the century. She died in
1961, but the Baird family and, more recently, a Mexican company known as Grupo Bimbo have worked to maintain ...
This huge limestone structure from architect Wyatt C. Hendrick takes up an entire city block. It was constructed in 1933
right next to the Texas and Pacific Railroad Terminal for easy access to mail trains. It is of primary ...
Fort Worth's Water Gardens is a spectacular man made creation. A crown jewel of Fort Worth, it is often used
as a business, professional, wedding and tourist venues. Architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee were appointed by the Amon ...
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