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Like the railroad, the automobile redrew Fort Worth and reshaped the lives of its people. On a sunny morning in 1905, all fifteen motor cars in the city lined up for a group portrait.

Like the railroad, the automobile redrew Fort Worth and reshaped the lives of its people. On a sunny morning in all fifteen motor cars in the city lined up for a group portrait.

The Tap Room, 810 Main, was "off-limits" to military personnel Friday, and all marines at the Marine Air Station were restricted to the Eagle Mountain Lake base until the completion of an investigation into the free-for-all fight Thursday night at the downtown establishment.  - Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1944

The Tap Room, 810 Main, was "off-limits" to military personnel Friday, and all marines at the Marine Air Station were restricted to the Eagle Mountain Lake base until the completion of an investigation into the free-for-all fight Thursday night at the downtown establishment. - Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1944

Keota Exhibit, Colorado History Center

Keota Exhibit, Colorado History Center

Clyde Barrow Grave (Bonnie and Clyde) - Western Heights Cemetery, 1617 Fort Worth Ave, Dallas, TX

Have a beer with Clyde Barrow Grave (Bonnie and Clyde) - Western Heights Cemetery, 1617 Fort Worth Ave, Dallas, TX

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