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    Jamshyd "Jim" M. Zadeh Collection

    Summary: Jamshyd "Jim" M. Zadeh has practiced law in Fort Worth for more than 25 years. He began his career as an associate with a well-known Texas firm Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller and is now president and owner of the Law Office of Jim Zadeh, P.C. In 2017, he donated the following digital images and research files on the historic Cobb-Burney House located at 1598 Sunset Terrace. The house was named for Lyman D. Cobb and Judge Ivy Burney.

    Digital Images

    • Cobb-Burney House, undated
    • Cobb-Burney House, photo by Byrd M. Williams, IV, circa 1991 (image shown)
    • Cobb-Burney House, older and newer photograph comparison, undated
    • Texas Historical Marker plaque on the Cobb-Burney House
    • TXU Sanborn Map of Sunset Terrace, 1910-1923

    Research Files

    • Assessor's abstract map
    • Map of Sunset Terrace
    • Scans of the Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey, Central Business District, 1982 and 1991
    • Historic Resources Survey, 1990 update on Cobb-Burney House
    • Historic Resources Survey Form with Supplemental Info on the Cobb-Burney House
    • Texas Historical Commission application form and research papers
    • Floor plan by Hull Homes, April 26, 2017
    • Powerpoint titled "Sunset Terrace: Scope of Work" containing house plans
    • Newspaper articles and clippings about the house
    • Handwritten notes on the house and handwritten city directory listings
    • Biographical information on Judge I.H. Burney

    The Cobb-Burney House, circa 1991

    Pictured: The Cobb-Burney House, circa 1991

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