Judy Mauldin Collection

First National Bank Fort Worth Clock

Summary: Donor's aunt, Pearl Morrow, was a long-time employee at the First National Bank of Fort Worth. She worked in data processing at the bank at the time of her retirement. It is believed she began her employment in 1945. Upon the occasion of her retirement, there were several parties held at the bank in her honor. Donations are related to those parties.

  • Ribbon typed with all the bank employees wishing Miss Morrow well and thanking her for her many years of service, November 30, 1969.
  • Page from employee newsletter with photo of Miss Morrow at her desk
  • Photograph: Pearl Morrow holding arrangement of carnations.
  • Photograph: Pearl Morrow receives a red coat with a black fur collar.
  • Photograph: Pearl Morrow receives a television.
  • Photograph: Pearl Morrow wearing a red corsage, standing by birthday cake.
  • Invitation to a retirement party to be held in the employees cafeteria, November 28, 1969.
  • Poem: To Pearl
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