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    First National Bank of Fort Worth


    Fort Worth, circa 1900 

    Fort Worth looking north on Main Street, circa 1920s 

    Summary: Photographic print portfolios collected and distributed by the First National Bank of Fort Worth, called First of Fort Worth. Images included:
    1. 1877 Tarrant County Courthouse
    2. Courthouse square, looking west to Houston Street, 1879
    3. First National Bank, early location, Martin Loyd is third from right, 1893
    4. Texas Spring Palace, 1889
    5. Al Hayne monument, hero of the Spring Palace fire, Lancaster and Main
    6. First National Bank officers and employees, 1900. Martin Loyd
    7. Federal Courthouse and Post Office, built 1896, 11th and Jennings (torn down in 1962, now site of Fort Worth City Hall)
    8. Officers and employees of First National Bank: 1884. E. B. Harrold seated at left; Martin Loyd is seated second from right
    9. Main Street from the Courthouse, looking south, 1899
    10. Texas and Pacific Union depot at Main and Front
    11. Texas and Pacific Passenger Station depot, 1902
    12. Street car on Jennings and 12th behind Saint Patrick's Church and Saint Ignatius Academy
    13. View from atop the Federal Courthouse looking north east to the City Hall, Ellison furniture, Tarrant County Courthouse, Board of Trade, Westbrook Hotel, Carnegie Library, Texas State Bank, Wheat Building, Flat Iron Building, and Metropolitan Hotel, ca. 1900 (image shown at top left)
    14. First National Bank, 7th and Houston, after expansion in 1926, Dundee at right
    15. Main Street, 1920s, from 11th Street (image shown at top right)
    16. West 7th Street, looking east from Penn, 1936, Rotary Park on right
    17. May 17, 1949 flood of Clear Fork and West Fork
    18. West 7th Street, looking east, 1977, from Summit Avenue
    19. Tarrant County Courthouse constuction, March 17, 1894



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