Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks

Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks

Book - 1995
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Working with a large-format view camera, Williams has photographed Fort Worth, Texas over a 30-year period. His b&w images of some 80 structures are accompanied by Roark's text describing the history and significance of the pictured buildings. 11.25x9" Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Blackwell North Amer
Although Fort Worth has the trappings of any major metropolitan city - shopping malls, suburbs, and office towers - it is enriched by the many buildings that reflect a colorful and diverse heritage shaped by the frontier, the railroad and other major industries, cattle drives and ranching, oil, and both the poverty of the Depression and the largesse of various benefactors.
Presenting the city's most architecturally significant buildings, this volume focuses on historical buildings whose design and background reflect periods of the city's history, but whose stories are not always well known today. Fort Worth's legendary landmarks demonstrate the brick-and-mortar responses the community made to the forces that shaped its history.

Publisher: Fort Worth, Tex. : Texas Christian University Press, c1995
ISBN: 9780875651439
Branch Call Number: 976.4531 ROA
Characteristics: xi, 233 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Williams, Byrd


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