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    Tom Wiederhold Collection

    Officer Joe V. Graham and Bride.

    Summary:  Donor is a member of the Tarrant County Historical Commission and serves as President of the North Fort Worth Historical Society and President of the Fort Worth Police Historical Association.  He has served on the Fort Worth Police force for many years, holding a special interest in law enforcement history of Tarrant County.

    Photographs

    • 1950s Tarrant County Deputy, name unknown
    • Frank Mayco, Musician and Fort Worth Police Officer killed in the line of duty in 1926
    • Officer Joe Graham and wife Pearl, 1926 (Image shown)
    • Panoramic view of the Fort Worth Skyline taken in March 2012, by donor looking south from across the Trinity River - shows downtown and Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus

    Documents

    • File containing images of Tarrant County Law Enforcement badges
    • Article on "Goat Farm" - Fort Worth Rehabilitation Farm

    Land Abstracts

    Donor acquired nine abstracts of title related to Mitchell Baugh survey, original Town of Fort Worth, Block 85, lot 8 and the north 21 feet of lot 7. This property was once the location of the Dunn Building.

    • Mitchell Baugh Survey, Original Town, Block 85, lots 7 and 8. Beginning with patent. Fort Worth and Tarrant County Land Company, 1852-1892
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. Beginning with Release of Deed of Trust: Edward Holmes to Bascom Dunn. Release Of Judgment: T. W. Dunn to B. H. Dunn, et al. Guaranty Abstract and Title Co., 1892-1909
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. Beginning with Transfer of note from Emma Hartman to Broad and Bomar, 1913, to Estate of Bascom Dunn to C. Q. Hassard, 1929. Fort Worth and Tarrant County Abstract Company.
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. Beginning with Final Account of Estate of Bascom Dunn, 1929, to Tax Renewal Lien Agreement: Estate of C. Q. Hassard to Mrs. Anna H. Boog-Scott, 1934. Home Abstract Co.
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. Beginning with Order Granting Application for Extension, Estate of C. Q. Hassard, 1935 to Deed of Trust, Mary E. Hassard to 1st National Bank, Fort Worth. 1938. Home Abstract Co.
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. Beginning with Resolution City of Fort Worth, 1939 to Release from 1st National Bank, Fort Worth to Ila Sansom, 1946. Fort Worth and Tarrant County Abstract Co.
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. Warranty Deed from Ila H. Sansom to S. and S. Real Estate Co. 1950. Stewart Title Co.
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. 1st Deed of Trust: S. and S. Real Estate Co. to Travelers Insurance Co. 1951. Stewart Title Co.
    • Mitchell Baugh Survey. Full Release from Travelers Insurance Co. to S. and S. Real estate, 1960 to Deed of Trust from Leslie J. Frankrich to 1st National Bank, Fort Worth, 1966. Rattikin Title Co.