These Fort Worth Postcards are from my own private collection.
Greetings from Fort Worth, Texas
So, keep on checking this site, I have about 300 or more Fort Worth Postcards to add, it’s quite a job. Stay tuned.
Downtown Fort Worth ,Texas. Shown are: First National Bank, Federal Building, Saint Patrick’s Co-Cathedral, Service Life, Continental National Bank, Telephone Building and Hotel Texas.
The Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium.
Airview Of Downtown Skyscrapers “Out where the West begins.”
Main Street. Fort Worth, Texas
Birds Eye view of Main Street Fort Worth, Texas
Main St. Looking North from 10TH. Fort Worth, Texas
First Methodist Church , located on the corner of 5Th. and Florence Streets, covers more than a block.
From the Grand Mixmaster. Streets , Highways, Freeways and the Fort Worth -Dallas Turnpike converge at this five -level interchange which serves a half million sight seers each day.
Burk Burnett Park. Fort Worth
The Vagabond Chronicles #2 –A various and sundries collection of sketches, stories and Photographs about Life as I see it during my wanderings and explorations in this thing we call life. Unusual circumstances and sometimes down right weird, It’s all contained within these 52 pages.
“THE PHOTO ARCHIVE of the UNIVERSE”
The Photo Archive of the Universe is now housed in the Montgomery Street Antique Mall at Hwy. 30 and Montgomery St. The Photo Archive of the Universe is a various and sundry collection of Photos depicting a way of life long past. Each Photo will tell a tale, bring to life, unfold a memory, and make one see, reminisce, romanticize, recapitulate and relive the past. These Photos are here to remind us of what we forgot and of course, they are for sale. So, come on out to the Mall and check it out. You will be amazed. Our booth is located on the West side of the Mall on the Montgomery Street side. You can ask anyone behind the counters and they will tell you where we are located.
Thank You, Les Crocker- Archivist.
Researching the Past, one Photo at a time.
William James Junior High School Graduating class 1955
7th Street flood 1949