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    Amon G. Carter, Jr. Exhibits Hall 3400 Burnett-Tandy Dr.

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    Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 3200 Darnell St.

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    Amon Carter Museum of American Art 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd

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    Montgomery Ward Retail Store & Warehouse 2600 W. 7th 1928; 1936; 1937; 1940; 1957; 1961; 1963; 2005; 2009

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    Casa Mañana 3101 W. Lancaster Ave.

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    National Cowgirl Mu- seum & Hall of Fame 1720 Gendy St. 2002

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    Farrington Field 1501 University Drive 1939

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    Residences of Museum Place 3320 Camp Bowie Blvd. 1998

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    Fort Worth Botanic Gardens 3220 Botanic Garden Dr. 1934

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    Will Rogers Auditorium, Coliseum, & Pioneer Tower 3301 W. Lancaster Ave. 1936 (RTHL)

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    Fort Worth Japanese Garden 3220 Botanic Garden Dr. 1976

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    The Thrify Nickel 2800 W. Lancaster Ave. 1944

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    Fort Worth Museum of Science & History 1600 Gendy Street 1983

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    Topsy’s Café/Quizno’s Sub 929 University Drive 1947

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    Livestock Exhibit Bldgs Burnet-Tandy Dr. 1936-1955

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    UNTHSC Center for Bio Health Camp Bowie & Boland 2004

    Continued from Front Page Even though there is a parking shortage, many lots and garages in the north end of downtown offer free parking in the evenings and on weekends and all metered street parking is free during the same time.

    UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO

    COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

    This brochure lists the major buildings in Fort Worth within each area of the city. Their names, addresses, the year they were built will be listed. Fort Worth is the 16th-largest city in the United States of America and the fifth-largest city in the state of Texas. Located in North Central Texas, just southeast of the Texas Panhandle, the city is a cultural gateway into the American West and cov- ers nearly 300 square miles (780 km2) in Tarrant, Denton, and Wise counties, serving as the seat for Tarrant County. According to the 2010 Cen- sus, Fort Worth had a popu- lation of 741,206. It has been estimated that by 2030 it will have 1,211,665 residents. The city is the second most popu- lous in the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolitan area. The city was estab- lished in 1849 as an Army out

    post on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River. Today Fort Worth still embraces its West- ern heritage and traditional architecture and design. USS Fort Worth (LCS-3) is the first ship of the United States Navy named after the city. Fort Worth has pre- served many of its downtown buildings constructed be- tween 1880 and 1930. Class “A” Downtown office occu- pancy rates are about 98%. The best way to view these buildings throughout the city is by car; however, the best way to see downtown is on foot. Most of the structures in downtown are in close proximity to each other; how- ever, some are on the fringes of downtown and can be seen by automobile. Downtown Fort Worth can be accessed by the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) and is navigable by bus if you arrive via the TRE.

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    FORT WORTH

    CITY OF FORT WORTH

    1. FORT WORTH STOCKYARD DISTRICT

    3. FORT WORTH CULTURAL DISTRICT

    2. FORT WORTH CENTRAL

    4. FORT WORTH SOUTH

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    Van Zandt Cottage 2900 Crestline Rd. c.1870 (RTHL, CFW)

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    Walnut Exchange Building 1411 W. Bowie Street 1931

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    O’Neal-Sells Administration Building 1201 Wesleyan Drive

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    Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building 1309 Wesleyan Drive

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    Law Sone Fine Arts Center 3001 Avenue E

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    I.M. Terrell Elementary School 1411 I.M. Terrell Circle S.

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    St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church 522 Missouri Ave.

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    Polytechnic High School 1300 Conner Ave.

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    Stone House Apartments 2401 Ellis Ave. 1936; 1939 (NR)

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    Stock Yards Visitors Center 140 E. Exchange Ave. 1992

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    Stock Yards Station 200 E. Exchange Av. 1911 (RTHL, NR)

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    Stock Yards Sign & Marine Creek Bridge 100 E. Exchange Ave. 1910 (NR, RTHL, SAL)

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    Stock Yards National Bank 115-19 E. Exchange 1910 (NR)

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    Stock Yards Lodge 124 W. Exchange Ave. c.1908; 1935 (NR)

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    Stock Yards Hotel 101 E. Exchange Av. 1907; 1913 (RTHL, NR)

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    Rose/Roseland/ Marine Theater 1438-40 N. Main St. c.1918 (NR, CFW)

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    North Side Coliseum 123 E. Exchange 1908; 1986 (NR, SAL)

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    North Fort Worth High School/J.P. Elder Annex 600 Park St. 1918; 1935; 1939; 1955; 1998 (NR)

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    Fort Worth Mercado 1500 N. Main St. 2005

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    Fort Worth Live Stock Exchange 131 E. Exchange Ave. - 1903 (RTHL, NR)

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    Billy Bob’s Texas 2520 Rodeo Plaza 1936 (NR)

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    300 W. Exchange Ave. c.1909 (NR)

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    Frost Bank Camp Bowie Financial Center 3859 Camp Bowie Blvd. 1940; 1985

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    Arlington Heights Public School 5300 Pershing Ave. c.1896-97; 1908; 1929; 1939; 1950

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    Arlington Heights United Methodist Church 4200 Camp Bowie Blvd. 1929; 1951; 1989

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    Bank of America Ridglea 6300 Ridglea Place 1972

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    Chapel Hill Shopping Center 46-4700 W. Freeway 2001

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    Christ the King Episcopal Church 3290 Lackland Rd. 1907; 1975

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    Marty Leonard Chapel 3131 Sanguinet St. 1990

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    Messer House 5220 Locke Ave. c.1893 (FWHSE)

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    Ridglea Theater 6025 Camp Bowie Blvd. 1950

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    Victory Arts Center 801 W. Shaw St. 1910; 2003

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    University Tower 3113 S. University Dr. 1976

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    University Christian Church 2720 S. University Drive 1933; 1951; 1967; 2002

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    University Baptist Church 2720 Wabash Ave. 1951; 1958; 1974

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    Travis Avenue Baptist Church 3041 Travis Avenue 1924; 1937; 1952; 1959

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    100 Main Place 100 Main 1956; 1982

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    Burk Burnett Building 500 Main 914; restored 1980, 1984 (NR)

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    Burnett Plaza 801 Cherry St. 1983

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    Carter+Burgess Plaza (formerly UPR Plaza & Continental Plaza) 777 Main 1982

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    Cash America International 1600 W. 7th 1980; 2001

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    Central Fire Station No. 2 1000 Cherry Street 1930 (CFW)

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    City Place (formerly the Tandy Center) 100 Throckmorton St. Tower II, 1976 Tower I, 1978

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    Civil Courts Building 100 N. Houston 1958; 1988

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    Criminal Courts & Jail 300 W. Belknap 1962

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    Criminal Justice Building 200 W. Belknap 1918 (RTHL)

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    Dr Pepper Bottling Co. 1401 Henderson St. 1938

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    Ball-Eddleman- McFarland House 1110 Penn Street 1899 (NR, RTHL, CFW)

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    Fire Station No. 1 215 Commerce 1907; restored – 1982

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    Masonic Temple 1100 Henderson 1931 (RTHL)

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    First Christian Church 612 Throckmorton 1914 (RTHL, NR)

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    Omni Fort Worth Hotel 1300 Houston St. 2009 (UC)

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    First United Methodist Church 800 W. 5th 1930

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    Chesapeake Plaza Formerly Pier 1 Place 100 Pier 1 Place 2004

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    Flatiron Building 1000 Houston 1907 (NR, RTHL, FWHSE)

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    Pollock-Capps House 1120 Penn 1899 (NR, RTHL, CFW)

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    Tarrant County Courthouse 100 E Weatherford 1895; restored - 1983 (NR, RTHL, SAL)

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    St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church 901 Lamar 1909-12

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    Knights of Pythias Castle Hall 315 Main 1901; restored - 1981 (NR, RTHL)

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    St. Ignatius Academy 1206 Throckmorton 1888-89 (NR, RTHL)

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    Kress Building 604 Main/605 Houston 1936 (CFW)

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    Jett Building 400 Main c.1902

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    Land Title Block 111 E. 4th 1889 (RTHL)

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    Wells Fargo Tower (formerly Chase Texas Tower) City Center Tower I-2001 Main - 1982