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    Felix Dulle Collection

    Summary: Collection consists of 224 slides of Fort Worth scenes, mainly taken in the 1960's. Most slides were probably taken by Gary Blevins, who did public relations background for Texas Electric Service Co. Some may have been taken by the donor. They have been arranged by subjects and placed in slide sleeves in an album.
    • Page 1: 14 images of Will Rogers Memorial Tower, Coliseum, Auditorium, and statue
    • Page 2: Eight slides for planning presentation of City of Fort Worth, three slides for Tarrant County Convention Center, three of Mallick Bldg, four of Fort Worth Arts Center
    • Page 3: 17 slides of Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, January 1964
    • Page 4: 19 slides of Tarrant County Convention Center, 1965-1969
    • Page 5: 20 slides of Tarrant County Convention Center, 1968-1969, aerial views and four from Ice Capades event
    • Page 6:  Houses: Eddleman-McFarland, Robert McCart, Gordan Kelley, Ray Crowder Funeral Home, Laneri, and Flat Iron, Knights of Pythias, and Electric Building
    • Page 7: Aerial views of Lake Worth, Lake Arlington, Handley Plant, American Airlines stewardess college, Bell Helicopter Plant, and Alcon buildings
    • Page 8: Three slides of American Manufacturing, General Motors Plant, Carling/Miller Brewery, Southwestern Bell offices, Tarrant County Courthouse, Six Flags over Texas, and Seminary South Shopping Center
    • Page 9: 20 aerial views of downtown Fort Worth, featuring convention center, 1964-1969
    • Page 10: 19 aerial views of downtown Fort Worth, 1958-1969
    • Page 11: 11 slides of Fritz Lanham Federal Building under construction (1965), Lake Graham and Lake Eddleman, and Graham Magnetics (Graham, Texas)
    • Page 12: 10 slides of Fort Worth skyline at night, Walter Jetton's Bar B Q, National Farm Life Building (on I-30), unknown train depot, construction site, and business site
    • Page 13: Six slides of interior gallery at Amon Carter Museum, eight slides of express ways, two of Great Southwest Industrial District