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Pillars of the community

Fairmount: The South Side’s Living Museum of Architecture

Fort Worth was a busy place in 1890. The stove foundry opened. The Natatorium opened. The Union Stockyards was in full operation. The Spring Palace was being enlarged for its second—and last—season. The city was served by eight railroads. Its … Continue reading

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