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Fort Worth's Legendary Landmarks

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Although Fort Worth has the trappings of any major metropolitan city - shopping malls, suburbs, and office towers - it is enriched by the many buildings that reflect a colorful and diverse heritage shaped by the frontier, the railroad and other major industries, cattle drives and ranching, oil, and both the poverty of the Depression and the largesse of various benefactors. ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by Texas Christian University Press (first published September 1995)
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Skyqueen
I am giving this a three stars because it has been such a CHORE to read. In fact, it has been SO annoying that I laid it aside half way through. Not so much for the writing itself, but more for the publication. For it to be published by the TCU Press (Texas Christian University) and written by the Historical Society, I expected a LOT more.
First, the chapter headings detailing each site are the same typeface and SIZE as the text. Not only THAT, they are in light grey ink which is barely recogniz
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