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    Bess Hornbeak Collection

    Cap Moore Parlor Fort Worth
     
    Summary: Family photographs donated by Bess Hornbeak. This collection includes several rare interior shots, such as the image shown.
     
    Photographs
    • Home of Dr. Lee Balfour Slauter, 1901 Fairmount,  8 by 10 inches black and white copy print
    • Home of W. H. Large, parents of Ada Elizabeth Large, Spring Palace heroine, 1825 Stella. 8 by 10 inches black and white copy print
    • Mrs. Cap Moore's parlor, unknown man. Home was above Scott-Harrold Building where original Fair Store was located, 8 by 10 inches black and white copy print
    • Mr. and Mrs. Cap Moore seated in their parlor, rooms above Fair Store, 8 by 10 inches black and white copy print (image shown)
    • Stag Saloon, 702 Main. W. A. Hornbeak, proprietor, and Tony, the porter, shown in the rear of bar, 8 by 10 inches black and white copy print
    • Stag Saloon, 702 Main. W. A. Hornbeak behind bar. 8 by 10 inches black and white copy print
    • Members of W. H. Large family in front of house on Stella, 5 by 6 inches black and white copy
    • Members of Large family in front of family home at 1825 Stella; on right, standing by column is B. M. Mustard, 5 by 6 inches black and white copy print
    • Ada Elizabeth Large Loar Mustard with  B M Mustard, by house on Stella. 5 by 6 inches black and white copy print
    • Ada Elizabeth Large Loar Mustard on fence at Stella. 5 by 6 inches black and white copy print