The Grand Tour (Part 2): The Year Was 1906

After 1902, as the Stockyards and packing plants increased the income and the population of North Fort Worth, cement and sawdust began to fly on Grand Avenue (see Part 1).

These clips are from 1906. Four of these Grand Avenue homes were built that year:

This is the house (1904) of  Captain William Louis Armstrong, who owned a cotton gin and cotton seed oil company:

The Grand Tour (Part 3): Shingles, Brick, and Stone

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One Response to The Grand Tour (Part 2): The Year Was 1906

  1. Steve A says:

    With just a bit of a twist, FW and NFW could have turned out like Richland Hills and NORTH Richland Hills!

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