Summary: Alice Marie Lewis was a life-long resident of north
Fort Worth and member of the Tarrant County Historical Commission. She
discovered and helped preserve the first public building in north Fort
Worth, the 1870s Marine Schoolhouse, which became a part of Log Cabin
Village in 2003. Her collection reflects the history of north Fort
Worth in photographs, maps, books, programs, obituaries and newspaper
Pictured at right: Niles City Police, 1914. (Niles City was
incorporated in 1911 and annexed by Fort Worth, after much debate, in
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