University of Texas Arlington

Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection, Series 7: Printed Material:

A Guide

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Title: Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection, Series 7: Printed Material
Dates: circa 1889-1986
Dates (Bulk): 1920s-1970s
Abstract: Clippings (1920-1960), vertical file, scrapbook (1911-1941), and October 30, 1949, Centennial Issue of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram newpaper.
Identification: AR406, Series 7
Extent: 211 boxes (610.25 linear ft.)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library

Historical Note

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram was formed by the union of the Fort Worth Star and Fort Worth Telegram. It began with the January 1, 1909 issue. The Fort Worth Star was started on February 1, 1906. The Star purchased the Fort Worth Telegram in 1909.

Scope and Contents

This is Series 7 of AR406, Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection.

Series 7, Printed Material, contains approximately 513,000 clippings, 1920-1960, with clippings on Vietnam into the early 1970s. These clippings are of major news articles (as opposed to articles about sports figures, entertainers, or events of minor importance) and are arranged alphabetically either by subject or by the name of the featured person or organization. They are an important adjunct to the photographic print files. Additional printed material in this series includes a vertical file which contains a variety of clippings, headlines, and published items concerning various aspects of Fort Worth history, Star-Telegram history, and a great deal of information about World War II, both the European and Pacific theaters, but particularly military units and specific battles and battleships. A small amount of printed material is included about World War I, such as a series about the war published in 1964, by the North American Newspaper Alliance, information on the Texas Panther Division, U.S. Army locations and composition at the end of the war, and descriptions of a winter offensive. Other material in Series 7 includes oversize architectural drawings of hospitals, residences, schools, and other buildings located primarily in Fort Worth; a scrapbook which contains Star-Telegram advertising and printed materials, 1911-1941, which demonstrates the progress of the newspaper; and a copy of the centennial issue, October 30, 1949, celebrating Fort Worth’s first 100 years and the Star-Telegram’s move into a new building. This issue is also on microfilm.

The clippings (Subseries1) were gathered and indexed by Star-Telegram staff. The clippings are accessed by an alphabetical index in Special Collections, and are not listed in this finding aid.


Arranged by document type into four subseries, and thereunder alphabetically by subject or name.
Subseries 1. Clippings, 1920-1960
Subseries 2. Vertical File
Subseries 3. Scrapbook, 1911-1941
Subseries 4. Centennial Issue, October 30, 1949



Open for research.

Literary Rights Statement

Permission to publish, reproduce, distribute, or use by any and all other current or future developed methods or procedures must be obtained in writing from Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library. All rights are reserved and retained regardless of current or future development or laws that may apply to fair use standards.

Arrangements for reproduction of photographs dated after 1990 must be made directly with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Permission must be obtained from the copyright holder to publish, reproduce, distribute, or use by any and all other current or future developed methods or procedures wire service photographs or photographs by other photographers included in the collection. Wire services photographs will not be reproduced without their written permission. For permission to reprint or use Associated Press (AP) or United Press International (UPI) photographs contact them at the following addresses:

  • AP/Wide World Photos International Headquarters
  • 50 Rockefeller Plaza
  • New York, NY 10020
  • 212-621-1935
  • Fax: 212-621-1955
  • e-mail:

  • Associated Press Texas Bureau: (972) 991-2100
  • United Press International World Headquarters
  • 1510 H. Street
  • NW Washington, D.C. 20005
  • 202-898-8000
  • Fax: 202-898-8057
  • e-mail:

Index Terms

These materials are indexed under the following headings in the catalog of The University of Texas at Arlington Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Fort Worth star-telegram--Archives.
Fort Worth (Tex.)--History--Sources.
United States--History--Sources.
Alternate Titles
Photographs Collection

Administrative Information


Dr. Charles C. Colley, Director of Special Collections, and Fort Worth lawyer, Jenkins Garrett, were actively involved in bringing the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection to UT Arlington. The university administration under President Wendell Nedderman and the university libraries director, John A. Hudson, gave their full support. Meetings that culminated in the donation agreement began in 1983, after Colley learned the newspaper was seeking a permanent custodian for their archives. Capitol Cities corporate headquarters and the administrative and editorial/library management staff of the Star-Telegram approved the donation of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s archives to Special Collections in 1983. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram archives donated the collection in increments from late June to October 1984. Subsequent donations of negatives were received in 1989, 1996, and 1999, while Dr. Gerald D. Saxon was Associate Director for Special Collections and Branch Libraries and Sally Gross was Head of Special Collections.


Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection, AR406, Series 7, Box Number, Folder Number, Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library.


Gift, 1984-ongoing.

Processing Information

Finding aid prepared by the staff of the Special Collections Division, October 1998, revised August 1999.

Container List

Subseries 1. Clippings, 1920-1960

The clippings are accessed by an alphabetical index in Special Collections, and are not listed here.

Subseries 2. Vertical File

1 Agnew, Spiro
Air Pollution
Alpine--Brewster County
American Airlines--History
Amon Carter Museum of Western Art
Auto Races--Speed, etc.
Aviation--Airplanes B-36
Aviation--Airplanes F-11
Aviation--History and General. See also Love Field-Fort Worth International
Barbed Wire--History
Bass, Sam
Bell Aircraft Corporation
Big Bend National Park
Boothe, John Wilkes
Camp Bowie, Texas
Carter, Amon G.
Casa Manana Musicals--"This Was Burlesque"
CCC Camps--Dublin and Lake Worth, Texas
Cedar Creek Lake--Roads & Bridges
Census--Tarrant County, 1850
Census--Tarrant County, 1960
Central Airlines--History
Chamber of Commerce--Fort Worth
Chamber of Commerce--United States
Chamber of Commerce--West Texas
Churches--Broadway Baptist Church--History
Churches--Second Church of Christ, Scientist
Civil Aeronautics Administration
Civil Aeronautics Board
Civil Defense--Fort Worth and Tarrant County
Civil War
Collier Trophy
Convention Center--Tarrant County
Crime--Texas Penal Code
Dallas-Fort Worth Airport--Mid-Cities Edition, May 31, 1970
Dallas-Fort Worth Airport--Special Edition, June 4, 1967
Dallas-Fort Worth Airport--Special Edition, November 3, 1968
DeMolay (Order of)
DuPont Company--Sabine River Works at Orange, Texas
2 El Paso, Texas--Press Kit
Elections--Special Sections, 1982-1983
Ellis County, Texas
Exchange Club of Fort Worth--Golden Deeds Award
Family Service Association of Fort Worth
Federal Housing Administration
First National Bank
Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Co.--History
Fort Worth Country Day School
Fort Worth Greater International Airport
Fort Worth Fire Department--History
Fort Worth National Bank
Fort Worth Record-- February 21, 1924
Fort Worth Record--History by David A. Brown
Fort Worth Star-Telegram (see: Star-Telegram)
Fort Worth Telegram, 1905
Fort Worth, Texas--All America City, Special Section, April 8, 1965
Fort Worth, Texas--Businesses (Monnigs Dept. Store; Renfro Drugs)
Fort Worth, Texas--Centennial Senate Resolution
Fort Worth, Texas--City Charter
Fort Worth, Texas--Flood, 1949
Fort Worth, Texas--History
Fort Worth, Texas--History, Sunday Magazine, published by Dallas Times Herald
Fort Worth, Texas--Industries
Fort Worth, Texas--Theaters
Fort Worth Truth, September 30, 1906
3 Galveston Flood Story by James R. Record
General Dynamics
Gruen Plan
Hogan, Ben
Horse Racing
Hospitals--United States
Housing--Fort Worth, Texas
Housing--United States
Houston, Texas--Special Edition of Houston Chronicle on "Hurricane Carla"
Johnson County, Texas
Johnson, Lyndon Baines
Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon Baines
Kansas City Star
Kendavis Industries
Kennedy Wire Report, November 1963
Kennedy, John F., Report of the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, September 27, 1964
Kennedy, John F., 10th Anniversary Stories (Dallas Papers)
Kimbell Art Museum
Leonard’s Department Store, 1938
Leonard’s Department Store, 1948
Leonard’s Department Store, 1962
Lockheed Aircraft Corp.
Love Field-Fort Worth International (Midway Digest)
Malaysia, Federation of
Marshall Field & Co.
Meacham Field
Mexican Americans in Fort Worth
Mineral Wells--History of Fort Wolters
Mitchell-Schonover Home
Montgomery Ward & Co.--Special Section, September 3, 1928
Motion Pictures--History
Newspapers on Microfilm--Guides
Nixon, Mrs. Richard (Pat)
Nixon, Richard Milhous
NRA (National Recovery Administration)
Office of Price Stabilization
Officers’ Training Camp Association
Old Line Insurance Company
Osteopathic Medicine--History
Osteopathic Medicine, Texas College of
"Our Historic Shrines"--Philadelphia Inquirer
Panama Canal
Presidential Inaugurations
Radio--WBAP History
Railroads--Golden Spike Centennial Issue, 1969
Railroads--History and General
Railroads--"Survey, Dallas Interurban Depots of the Texas Electric Railway"
Rayburn, Sam--Library, Bonham, Texas
Richardson, Sid W.--Foundation
Rockwell International
San Angelo, Texas
Scott, Winfield--Home
Securities & Exchange Commission--Texas Fraud
Six Flags Over Texas
Southwestern Baptist Seminary
4 Space Projects--Newspapers
Star-Telegram Junior 1949
Editions Space Projects--Newspapers
Star-Telegram Junior 1954
Star-Telegram--"Santa Fe" Edition, Friday, April 26, 1946
Star-Telegram-- Edition of Amon G. Carter, Sr. Death, Morning, June 24, 1955
Star-Telegram--New Plant, 1921
Star-Telegram--Noon Edition, Peach Paper, Last Copy, October 9, 1937
Star-Telegram--Roto Section, First Issue, September 5, 1937
Star-Telegram--Sunday, April 26, 1937
Star-Telegram--Promotion Department
Stockyards--Fort Worth
Stripling, W. C. Company
Sugar Bowl--History of the New Orleans Sugar Bowl
Talco Asphalt & Refining Co., Mt. Pleasant, Texas
Tandy Family, "The Tandy Story" by Joyce Moffet Villalobos
Tarrant County (Bridgeport & Eagle Mountain Reservoirs)--Water Control
Tarrant County--History
Texas--History by Lloyd Stewart and Robert K. Taylor
Texas Christian University
Texas City, Texas
Texas Electric Service Company
Texas Governors
Texas Memorial Museum
Texas Power & Light Company
Texas Prison System
5 Texas Highway Department--Published by the Dallas Morning News
Texas Spring Palace (certificate), 1889
Texas War Heroes
Texas Wesleyan University--Centennial
Thanksgiving Day
Traffic Accidents
Trinity River, Special Section, November 4, 1962
Trinity River Watershed Flood Control Program, Series of Articles by Louis P. Mervill
Truman, Harry
University of Texas at Austin
Urschel, Charles F.--Kidnapping Case, 1933
U.S. Army Reserve Corps Armory Sites
Victoria, Texas
Wallace, George--Assassination Attempt, May 15, 1972
Waples - Platter Company--Anniversary Section, July 30, 1972
Washer Brothers--Special Section, November 13, 1927
Water--Map Showing Boundaries of Tarrant County Water Control
Waterways--Galveston District
West Texas Population, 1850-1949
Western Hills Hotel
Western Pacific Railroad
Wilson,Woodrow--War Messages to Congress, April 2, 1917
Woolworth, F. W.
Wright, James C. (Jim)
Yates, Harvie B.
World War I, 1914-1917
Series about World War I from the North American Newspaper Alliance, 1964
World War I--Texas--Panther Division
World War I--U.S. Army Location & Composition at Close of War
World War II, 1939-1945: Military Units
World War II--Winter Offensive (13)
6 Army & Navy
1st Armored Division
1st Cavalry Division
1st Field Artillery Observation Battalion
1st Fighter Group
1st Marine Division
1st Navy Air Group
1st U.S. Army
2nd Armored Division
2nd Armored Division--Hell on Wheels
2nd Infantry Division
2nd Marine Division--South Pacific
2nd Ranger Battalion--Normandy
3rd Armored Division
3rd Army--General Patton
3rd Infantry Division
3rd Marine Division
4th Armored Division
4th Marine Division
4th Patrol Wing U.S. Navy
5th Division
5th Marine Division
6th Armored Division
6th Army--General Krueger
6th Army Group
6th Division
6th Marine Division
6th Ranger Battalion
7th Army
7th Army Corps--General Joseph L. Collins
8th Air Force
8th Division
8th Torpedo Squadron
9th Air Force
9th Armored Division
9th Army
10th Fleet Air Wing
11th Supply Squadron
12th Army Corps--Third Army
12th Cavalry Regiment
13th Army Air Force
13th Army Corps
13th Emergency Rescue Group
14th Air Force
14th Army Corps.--6th Army, Luzon
15th Air Force Group
15th Army
16th Army Corps
19th Army Corps
18th Fighter Group
19th Bombardment Group--Philippines, Java, Australia
19th Engineer Combat Regiment
20th Air Force
20th Army Corps
20th Navy Air Group
21st Bomber Command
21st Evacuation Hospital, Manila
22nd Bombardment Group--Red Raiders
23rd Fighter Group
24th Division
26th Fighting SQD USN
B26 Marauder
27th Light Bombardment Group
28th Division
B29 Attack on Japan (12)
30th Infantry Division
32nd Dominators
32nd Infantry Division
33rd Division
34th Bombardment Wing--20th AAF
34th Division
35th Division
36th Division (5)
36th Evacuation Hospital
38th Bombardment Group--MB255--5th Air Force
38th Division
40th Infantry Division
41th Infantry Division
42nd Bombardment Group--13th Air Force
42th Division
43rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron--3rd Cavalry Group, 3rd Army
43rd Infantry Division
44th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade
44th Infantry Division
45th Division
56th Evacuation Hospital
56th Fighter Group
59th Air Service Group
70th Tank Battalion
73rd Tank Battalion
73rd Wing 21 Bomber Command
77th Division
78th Infantry Division
80th Division
80th General Hospital--Manila
81th Infantry Division
83rd Infantry Division
84th Infantry Division
84th T.D. Battalion
85th Division
86th Division
87th Ord. Co., 6th Army Group
88th Division
90th Infantry Division
91st Division
96th Bombardment Group
96th Division
96th Naval Construction Battalion
98th Ordinance Co., 6th Army Group
99th Division
100th Infantry Division
100th Quartermaster Battalion
101st Airborne Division
102nd Division
104th Infantry Division
106th Division
112th Cavalry
131st Field Artillery, 2d Battalion
158th Regiment
168th Infantry, 34th Division
175th Engineer General Service Regiment
202nd Military Police Co.
302nd Transport Wing of the Air Technical Service Command
310th Engineers--85th Division
313th Bombardment Wing--21st Bomber Command, 20th Air Force
328th Field Artillery Battalion
339th Fighter Squadron--Shot Down Yamamoto
339th Infantry
343rd Engineer Regiment
344th Engineer Regiment
348th Fighter Group--5th Air Force
350th Fighter Group (Italy)
350th Infantry
354th Fighter Group
365th Fighter Group
398th Infantry
405th Fighter-Bomber Group
436th Signal Corps BN--6th Army
439th Anti-Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion
442nd Infantry Regiment
453rd Bombardment Group
474th Infantry Regiment
533rd Anti-Aircraft Battalion
559th AAA (AW) Battalion
601st Ordnance Base Armament Maintenance Battalion
672nd Amphibians Tractor Battalion
693rd Field Artillery Battalion
701st Engineer Co.
757th Tank Battalion
776th Tank Destroyer Battalion
804th Tank Destroyer Battalion
893rd Tank Destroyer Battalion
977th Field Artillery Battalion
1338th Engineer Combat Group--5th Army
7 World War II, 1939-1945: Subjects
ABC Pipeline (India to China)
Admiralty Islands
Air Aces
Air Battle of the Bismarck Sea & Huon Gulf, March 2-4, 1943
Alamo Scouts
Alaska (USS)
Americal Division
American Volunteer Group in China
Ardennes--Battle of the Bulge
Army Combat Division, All Fronts
Atomic Bomb
Bay of Biscay
Big Bastard
Boise (USS)
Bonin Islands, Attacked June 14, 1944
Borie (USS)--Destroyer
British Side of War
Bunker Hill (USS)
California (USS)
Canberra (USS)
Carlson’s (Marine) Raiders
Chinese Chronology
Chinese Combat Command
Cimarron (USS)
Coast Guard (U. S.)
Coral Sea, May 2-9, 1942 (Battle of)
Cowpens (USS), VF 22 - Torpedo 22
Decorations (Army-Navy)
Dooley, Thomas
Doolittle Raid on Tokyo & other Japanese Cities, April 18, 1942
Dyess, Lt. Col. W. F. See Philippines Atrocities
Eisenhower, Dwight D. by Butcher
Eisenhower, Dwight D. by Davis
Enterprise (USS), Carrier
Europe--Winter Offensive (16)
European Invasion (2), June 6, 1944
Fighter Pilots--ETO
Franklin (USS)--Bombed off Japan, April 19, 1945
Gilbert Islands--Tarawa, November 23, 1943
Grayson (USS), Destroyer
Guardfish (USS)
Hancock (USS)
Hazelwood (USS)
Holzapples--Meat Ball
Houston (USS)
India Burma Theater
Indianapolis (USS)
Intrepid (USS)
8 Japan, Battle of (1-6)
Japan, Battle of (7-28)
Japan, Occupation (files 1-2)
Kamaishi, Japan
Kiska Mission, March 31, 1943
Kula, Battle of Gulf
Leutze (USS)
Liscome Bay (USS)
Long Wait (The)--Marooned on Greenland Ice Cap, November 15, 1943
Marcus Daly (USS)--Gallant Ship
Marianas, June 14, 1944
Marines on Guam
Martin Moses, Lt. Col. Martin
Maryland (USS)
Medal of Honor
Memphis Belle
Merchant (U.S.) Marine
Midway, Battle of, June 3-5, 1942
Military Commanders
Minneapolis (USS)
Miscellaneous War Information, 1945, End of War
Missouri (USS)
New Britain
New Georgia Island
New Guinea
New Mexico (USS)
Newcomb (USS)
Northwest African Air Force--Sheean
Palau Raid, March 29-31, 1944
9 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Pearl Harbor Losses, December 7, 1941
Pearl Harbor Mass Fight (Pre-December 7)
Philadelphia (USS)
Philippines & Formosa
Philippines (21)
Philippines Atrocities--Story of Lt. Col. W. F. Dyess
"Phony Heros"
Ploesti Raid-- August 1, 1943
Prisoners (German) (2)
Prisoners (Japanese) (3)
Queens Die Proudly
Regensburg, August 17, 1943
Remagen Bridge--9th Armored Divison
Renault Factory Raid
Robot Bombs--Pilotless Planes, Assailed England, 1944
Rome, Italy--Captured, June 4, 1944
Ruhr, Battle of
Russia-Japanese War (2)
10 Sailfish (USS)
Saipan Invasion
San Jacinto (USS)
Sangamon, Escort Carrier (USS)
Saratoga (USS)
Sardinia, Italy
Sea Battles of Pacific War--Kula Gulf & Vella Gulf
Sea Battles of Pacific War--Solomons
Shangri-La (USS)
Shea (USS)
Sicily, Italy
Signal Corps
Solace (USS)
Solomons, Attack on, August 7, 1942
South Dakota, Battleship X (USS)
Southwest Pacific--MacArthur, by Frazer Hunt--Philippines, New Gunnea, New Britain
St. Louis (USS)
St. Mihiel (USS)
Sterett, Destroyer (USS)
Strategic Forces (Office of)
Sumatra--Navy Joins in Attack, April 1944
Tang (USS)
Task Force in Norway
Texans Commissioned in Regular Army after WW II
Texans in Africa
Texans in ETO
Texans in Navy
Texas (USS) (2)
Texas Admirals
Texas Army Deaths World War II by Counties, July 1946
Texas Chaplans--Army
Texas College War Dead
Texas Generals I-II--Record Sheets and Clippings
Texas Lost Battalion
Thirty Seconds over Tokyo
Ticonderoga (USS)
Tiger Stripe
Tokyo Raid--Lt. Wm. N. Fitzhugh
Transportation Corps
Troop Carries Command
Truk, Feb. 16-17, 1944
Twiggs (USS)
U.S. Chronology from July 7, 1941
United Nations Charter
United Nations Conference
Wainwright, Gen. Jonathan
Wake Island--U. S. Air Attack, June 27, 1942
Ward (USS)
Yorktown (USS)
World War II, 1939-1945: Headlines and Miscellaneous Clippings, 1944-1945
D-Day Invasion
Invasion, Surrender
Josef Kramer & Irma Grese Hanged
Miscellaneous Clippings, 1943-1945
Pearl Harbor
War in Europe Ends
11 World War II, 1939-1945: Oversize Materials
"500 Texans Are Held as War Prisoners by Nazis after Capture in Africa and on Flight Missions" (clipping and map), September 21, 1943
"Hitler’s Road to Ruin." Victory Preparedness, AP Features, November 12, 1943
War Bond Campaign poster, "We can’t all go…but we can all help!" July 1942
Architectural Drawings
Apartment Buildings for Mrs. Al Megede by Jos. R. Pelich, Architect, Fort Worth, Texas
Baylor University, Studio Theatre by Birch D. Easterwood & Son
[Bridge over Trinity River?] by R. L. Kelly, Tarrant Engineering Department, November 4, 1941
Broadway Presbyterian Church, Educational Building, Fort Worth, Texas, by C. O. Chromaster
Castleberry School Project, 1941
Child Study Center, Fort Worth, Texas, Floor Plan, 1965
Children’s Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, Wilson and Patterson Architects
Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth, Texas, William R. Orr
Crowley, Texas, Proposed School Building, C. O. Chromaster, Architect, 1941
Fort Worth Club [Addition], 1972
Harris Hospital, Proposed 200 Bed Unit
Harris Hospital, Expansion Plan, 1951
Harris Hospital-Methodist, The Sid W. Richardson Pavilion, 1983
Lena Pope Home--Nursery Unit, Joe Pelich, Architect, 1950
Millsap Public Schools, Edward L. Wilson, Architect, Fort Worth, Texas, 1986
Monnig Dry Goods Company, Sangviani, J. Staats & Hedrick, Architects, circa 1920s
Natatorium Laundry, November 29, 1926
North Main Arena [Ringside], Fort Worth, Texas
Peak Family home at 4th & Florence Streets, Fort Worth, Texas
Permian General Hospital, Andrews, Texas, by Martin and Lemmon Architects
Polytechnic Baptist Church, Proposed Development, Preston M. Geren, Architect, 1941
Riverside Masonic Temple, Proposed, Fort Worth, Texas, Jim Harris, Designer
St. Edmund Mission Station, Graford, Texas, Roy Plhak, Architect, Fort Worth, Texas, 1958
St. John’s Evangelical Church, C. O. Chromaster, Architect, 1941
TCU. "A Theatre in Fort Worth, Texas for Messrs. Wylie and Adwell,"Jack Corgan, Architect, Dallas, Texas
Terrell, Capt. J. C. "Capt. Terrill’s first law office and Capt. Lloyd’s first bank."
Texas Spring Palace, Rosalyn Scardin, 1922
Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas, Student Health Center
Tower [Movie Theater] by Foster H. Hyatt, Dallas, Texas, 1941
United States Court House, Fort Worth, Texas
White Settlement War School, Fort Worth, Texas, A. B. Withers, Architect, 1943
Drawer Folder
GO33 2 Architectural drawings
Architectural drawings of L. D. Bell High School, Hurst-Euless I.S.D., "Helicopter View," Stanley Brown, Architect.

Subseries 3. Scrapbook, 1911-1941

12 Scrapbook containing clippings and booklets about the circulation and progress of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram publication.

Subseries 4. Centennial Issue, October 30, 1949

13 Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Centennial Edition, "Fort Worth’s First 100 Years, 1849-1949."
The Centennial Edition was published in observance of Fort Worth’s first 100 years and marked the Star-Telegram’s move into its new building.