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Each month we will present our readers with an obscure detail shot from somewhere in Fort Worth, courtesy of photographer Brian Luenser. We will provide the clues, and you will have the opportunity to guess where the shot was taken at fwtx.com/ar... Read more

Fort Worth

Each month we will present our readers with an obscure detail shot from somewhere in Fort Worth, courtesy of photographer Brian Luenser. We will provide the clues, and you will have the opportunity to guess where the shot was taken. The following... Read more

Fort Worth

President John F. Kennedy briefly addressed the crowd gathered outside the Hotel Texas in downtown Fort Worth the fateful morning of Nov. 22, 1963. Cries among the 5,000 people there echoed, “Where’s Jackie? Where’s Jackie?” The president was sch... Read more

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CLICK HERE TO GO TO JANUARY’S WHERE IS THIS. Each month we will present our readers with an obscure detail shot from somewhere in Fort Worth, courtesy of photographer Brian Luenser. We will provide the clues, and you will have the opportunity t... Read more

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Nestled amongst trees and streams, mostly hidden from University Drive, lies a living museum, untouched by time. The Log Cabin Village fosters strong connections to 19th century Texas through preservation and collection of artifacts exhibited i... Read more

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Only a decade after World War II, these young baby-boomers revel in the levity of summer testing their architectural finesse in a sandbox. Sparky Jones and Freddy Drysdale, pictured above, enjoy Daisy Lane’s Oakhurst Triangle Park as they add the... Read more

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Almost 25 years after swirling floodwaters devastated city streets, Fort Worth had reason to celebrate. This photograph captures the spirit of joy surrounding the inaugural Trinity River Festival, which was founded to commemorate the restoration ... Read more

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For almost a century, Cook Children’s Medical Center has grown from the Fort Worth Free Baby Hospital to one of the largest children's hospitals in the nation with a service area that covers 47 percent of the entire state of Texas. On Jan. 29, 19... Read more

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  Tucked into the bustling neighborhood of historic fairmount is the rose chapel. Constructed of Tennessee Crab Orchard Stone, the exterior is surrounded by more than 50 varieties of antique roses and perennials. Shirley and Larry "Doc" Brock, p... Read more

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This is not a common site in our city, but january of 1940 was a cold month in Fort Worth. The National Weather Service reports that there was an out-of-the-ordinary stretch of 27 days of freezing weather in Dallas/Fort Worth that month, tying ... Read more

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In 1964, this Premier gas station opened in Fort Worth. The new-at-the-time Chevy Impala seen here is getting the royal treatment. Gas then was 26 cents a gallon, a far cry from the nearly $4 a gallon today. Plus, that 26 cents got you some pre... Read more

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SOME WHO STAYED OR WORKED AT WHAT IS NOW MISS MOLLY’S IN THE STOCKYARDS APPARENTLY DECIDED TO RETURN — AFTER DEATH. Henry Bailey, former president of the Washington State Ghost Society, says on the Web site of the oldest bed and breakfast in Fort... Read more

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The first drive-in to arrive in Fort Worth was built on Camp Bowie Boulevard in July of 1941. Seen under construction from the inside of this car, the Bowie Boulevard Theater featured a 60-foot screen. If you miss the glory days of drive-in movie... Read more

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For nearly 30 years, Alexander Calder’s red steel, 39-foot-tall Eagle sculpture was a downtown Fort Worth fixture perched in front of the Fort Worth National Bank, which was bought out by Bank One and then Loutex. It was commissioned in 1972 by t... Read more

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