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When Amon Giles Carter Sr. died on June 23, 1955, he left a legacy in Fort Worth that far exceeded his fortune. Opened in 1961 to showcase Mr. Carter's collection of mostly western arthighlighted by the works of Frederic Remington (18611909) and Charles Russell (18641926)The Amon Carter Museum was enlarged in 1964 and 1977 with wings restricted to use by art historians and researchers. Its collection has focused on paintings, drawings, documents, and photographs pertaining to the western United States.
Thanks also to Writers Group members: Ann Arnold, Linda Austin, Frank Ball, Dianne McCartney, Jeffrey McClanahan, Rhonda Samudio, Kathy Foster, Mike Vick, David Walker and too many others to list here. Without their sharp eyes, ears, and pencils much of what you're reading would not have been as readable. " phone calls. Without her, the manuscript might still be languishing unfinished in one of the stacks on my desk. Last, but never least, heartfelt love and appreciation to My Wife Myra, who has tolerated those stacks all around the house and kept me from despairing of ever getting done.
B. Wharton. Could they have chosen Pennsylvania Ave. because Wharton came from that state? The Neoclassical/Georgian Revival mansion faces Summit Avenue and is surrounded today by commercial buildings and hospitals. It is open as a museum and for tours. 817-336-1212 Page 11 Eddleman-McFarland House Another historic architectural gem of somewhat older vintage than Thistle Hill, this Victorian castle was new in 1898. It is made of yellow brick trimmed with red sandstone and sports a copper roof. Fort Worth's Junior League is headquartered here; tours are available.