Let Them Eat (Birthday) Cake: Happy Hundredth

Joining the Century Club in 2013 are these North Side structures:

All Saints’ Catholic School on North Houston Street.

The cornerstone for the building was laid in 1913. The school opened as “Mt. Carmel School for Boys and Girls.”

1311 Grand Avenue, built for machinist C. A. Butler. 

1004 NW 15th Street, built for L. B. Clark, who co-owned a drugstore.

2401 Roosevelt Avenue, built for George Muir, a hay baler.

2505 Roosevelt Avenue, built for Anton Koldin, a foreman at the Armour packing plant.

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2 Responses to Let Them Eat (Birthday) Cake: Happy Hundredth

  1. I have a crowd funding campaign for a new documentary called Cold War Peacemaker about the Convair B-36. I could use some help spreading the word about the campaign and the film. As you likely know the B-36 was produced here in Fort Worth and many were stationed at Carswell. You can view the campaign at http://igg.me/at/coldwarpeacemaker/x/4004592 or visit my website at http://www.flyinshoesfilms.net/FSF/HOME_PAGE.html.
    Thanks for the help. I love and admire your site.

    Mark A. Nobles

    • hometown says:

      Very worthy project, Mark, especially to those of us who remember seeing the behemoths in the air. Wish we still had one on static display.

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