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    Mary Crabb Collection

    Sesquicentennial Wagon Train Rolls Out

    Summary: Donor offered memorabilia from Mid Continent Oil Company including material on Six Flags Over Texas' "Boom Town" as well as numerous issues of Mid-Continent News and various photographs. Donor was public relations head for Ken Davis Industries International, Inc., which was housed in the Fort Worth Club/Holmes Building at Sixth and Main.

    • Photograph: Interior of the museum building in Six Flags Over Texas' "Boom Town," black and white
    • Publication: Mid-Continent News, Volume 18, No. 2, Summer 1963, an article on Six Flags Over Texas' "Boom Town"
    • Mid-Continent News Volumes 1-15 (1958-1972)
    • Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train Photo Album. Coverage begins in Sulphur Springs and ends in the Stockyards in Fort Worth. 4 by 6 inch color snapshots taken throughout 1986. Included is a packet of the photographic negatives  
    • Photographs: Twenty-four slides and contact sheet with 24 images of the Olympic Torch Relay, June 14, 1984

    Rules and Regulations, by which to conduct Wagon Trains

    Boom Town in Six Flags