Application; Honor; Certificate of Eligibility; Southern Cross of Honor; Confederate Cross of Honor; L. Harris; United Daughters of the Confederacy; United Confederate Veterans; Robert E. Lee Camp; 12th Kentucky Regiment; Fort Worth
Certificate of Eligibility for a Southern Cross of Honor for L. Harris who entered the service of the Confederate States on June 20, 1861 as a Private in the 12th Kentucky Regiment.
City planning; Central business district; Fort Worth (Tex.); Victor Gruen Associates; Gruen, Victor; Thomas, J. B.
Newspaper clipping from the Cleveland Plain Dealer discusses the recommendations made by "A Greater Fort Worth Tomorrow," Victor Gruen's plan for the redevelopment of downtown Fort Worth. The article states that Gruen was hired by J. B. Thomas,...
Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Cayce, George; Tarrant County Central Labor Council; Lena Pope Home; Holidays
George Cayce, chairman of the community service committee for the Tarrant County Central Labor Council, thanked local union members for their contributions to a holiday celebration at Lena Pope Home.
Joe Allgood, business agent for Teamsters Local No. 47, claimed that the union was waiting for meaningful negotiations with McDonald Transit and members had authorized a strike if necessary. The city had contracted McDonald to run the municipal bus...