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1414-Mistletoe-Dr-home-for-sale_181739.jpg
Realtor listing 2015-20168358 viewsA pretty picture from when the house was for saleewingNov 20, 2017
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Aerial view of Zoo Boundary8512 viewsewingJan 26, 2014
Zoo_Boundary_Ordinance.pdf
Zoo Boundary Ordinance8063 viewsewingJan 26, 2014
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Detailed Zoo Master Plan370 viewsewingJan 26, 2014
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January 2014 by Mike Danella99 viewsewingJan 26, 2014
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January 2014 by Mike Danella81 viewsewingJan 26, 2014
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2221 Edwin St - published 1986, original date unknown120 viewsThis two-story residence was built in 1933 by contractor Odell Moore for Dr. Dewitt Neighbors. The whitewashed brick walls and combination hip and gable roofs evoke medieval architecture of Norman France. Dr. Neighbors, a general practitioner, resided here until about 1960.

Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County, Texas, "Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey: Phase III Fort Worth's Southside", copyright 1986.
ewingJul 08, 2013
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2200 Edwin St - published 1986, original date unknown181 viewsThis two-story brick Prairie Style house was built c. 1918 for J. P. Millican, president of the J. P. Millican Printing & Advertising Co. The overhanging hip roof is characteristic of the style. It is unaltered on the exterior except for a partially enclosed sleeping porch.

Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County, Texas, "Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey: Phase III Fort Worth's Southside", copyright 1986.
ewingJul 08, 2013
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1138 Clara St - published 1986, original date unknown175 viewsConstructed in 1919, the design of this two-story stucco-clad residence was inspired by the Prairie Style houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, which incorporated shallow-pitched hip roofs with wide overhangs. Reputedly, it was built by its first owner, Ellis H. Boyd, part owner of a motor company and oil well manufacturing company in the 1920's. With further documentation, the house may be eligible for the National Register.

Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County, Texas, "Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey: Phase III Fort Worth's Southside", copyright 1986.
ewingJul 08, 2013
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Forest Park Rail119 viewssubmitted by Mike DanellaewingJun 20, 2013
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Fort Worth 1925112 viewshttp://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps//historical/historic_tex_cities.html

https://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/maps/images/map4010.jpg
ewingJun 19, 2013
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Gray's Map of Fort Worth 1885121 viewsCitation: Gray's Map of Fort Worth. Philadelphia: O. W. Gray & Son, 1885.

http://libguides.uta.edu/ccon
ewingJun 19, 2013
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