These poster-sized aerial photographic surveys show landmarks, highways and neighborhoods in various communities within Tarrant County. Many of the aerial surveys show transportation improvements or future development of specific areas.
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|1900, circa||Photos of Trinity River, Main Street Bridge Looking Towards Courthouse||Unknown|
|1943||Fort Worth, Texas||Uncontrolled mosaic aerial photograph.||U. S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service Cartographic Division|
|2005||Downtown Fort Worth||Aerial photograph of downtown Fort Worth.||Ron T. Ennis, Star-Telegram photographer|
|2007||Tarrant County Cemeteries||Aerial photograph of Tarrant County cemeteries with labels.||Ann Mackey|
|2007||Tarrant County Cemeteries||Aerial photograph of Tarrant County cemeteries with labels and cities shaded.||Tarrant County Transportation Services|
|1997, circa||Aerial Photograph of Central Business District||Aerial photo with streets and notable buildings marked.||Unknown|
|1997, circa||Aerial Photograph of North Fort Worth, Including Stockyards||Aerial photo with streets and notable buildings marked.||Unknown|
|2007, circa||Tarrant County Cemeteries||Aerial photograph of Tarrant County cemeteries with labels, cities and interstates shaded.||Unknown|
|1965||Aerial Photograph of Central West Fort Worth, Texas||Print from the photo atlas, Index Number 316-1.||Metropolitan Aerial Surveys, Incorporated|
|1976||Aerial Photograph of Harwood Village, Bedford, Texas||Unknown|
|2001||Aerial Photograph of Heritage Park and Trinity River||Boundaries of Heritage Park, boundary is shown in purple along the banks of the Trinity.||Unknown|
|undated||Aerial Photos of Fort Worth Along Trinity River||Two aerial photos of Fort Worth. One monochrome; one color discussing Trinity River project.||Unknown|
|undated||Aerial Photograph of North Fort Worth, East of 28th Street||Hand-drawn map describing contents of aerial photo, specifically Spaghetti Warehouse, Mitchell Cemetery, Trail Drivers' Park and Stockyards.||Unknown|
|undated||Historic Stockyards||Aerial photo of stockyards with streets marked.||Unknown|
|undated||Aerial photograph of Grapevine and Part of Colleyville||Identifies Longwood Estates at Ross Downs.||Landiscor, Newmarket Grunnah and Cole|
|undated||"The World's Most Beautiful Skyline"||Photograph of Chicago Skyline||Kaufman and Fabry|
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