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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 s... Read more

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The late Ruth Carter Stevenson (1923–2013) had the uncanny ability to command the attention of a room, not to mention that of a museum. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, renowned for its collection of paintings, sculpture and photography, w... Read more

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Arlington Heights Girl Scout Troop 96 and their leaders pose for a photograph with The Merci Train, on view at the Fort Worth Children’s Museum. This souvenir was one of 49 boxcars given to the United States by the French government in appreciati... Read more

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Established in 1934, the garden is known to be the oldest in Texas, and it incorporates 13 interactive educational stations on the elevated boardwalk. S. Herbert Hare, the designer of the Botanic Garden layout, is seen here on the left. City Fo... Read more

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TWO MEN WHO PUT FORT WORTH ON THE MAP. Amon G. Carter (left) did it with his newspaper, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Ben Hogan did it with his golf clubs. This picture by photographer Don Loyd is undated, but Tournament Manager Dennis Roberson... Read more

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