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Learn more about the history of your home and the city! Shop for available Tarrant County Historic Survey Resource books published in the 1980's and 1990's.
Purchase one of our hand-painted, blown glass ornaments of Fort Worth's historic properties, Thistle Hill and Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House. Makes great holiday and wedding gifts! Sold exclusively by Historic Fort Worth, Inc.
HFW spends over $200,000 each year for utilities, security, maintenance, repairs etc. at Thistle Hill and McFarland House. Please help HFW care for these Cattle Baron mansions and keep them open to the public. Even the smallest donation helps!
Check out Historic Fort Worth, Inc's items sold exclusively at McFarland House, Thistle Hill and Historic Fort Worth's website.
Browse through our assortment of vintage Fort Worth postcards taken by world renowned photographer John Stryker and others.
Shop through our wonderful collection of note cards that will be a wonderful addition to your current stationery. Family, friends, and co-workers will enjoy the beautiful colors and quotes. White envelopes are included.
Buy print of beautiful artwork or survey photos from our Preservation Resource Center. Contact Ruth at 817.336.2344 ext. 113 for photo pricing information. Will make great accessories in your home or office.
To raise awareness of the endangered status of Heritage Plaza, Historic Fort Worth is pleased to feature T-shirts with an image depicting Heritage Plaza in happier days when the fountains flowed, and yellow yard signs with the message: "Heritage Park. It’s an Original. Let’s keep it that way". Heritage Plaza was included on Historic Fort Worth’s 2008 and 2009 lists. It’s also been named to Preservation Texas’ 2009 Texas’ Most Endangered Historic Places and the Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Marvels of Moderism Landslide list. Located downtown on the bluff overlooking the Trinity River, Heritage Park was closed two years ago by the city of Fort Worth over safety concerns.
Be part of the most exciting events around town! View some of our past events and upcoming events on our Events Page
You are cordially invited to join Historic Fort Worth, Inc. and help preserve our city's diverse historic architecture. Founded in 1969 and selected as a Local Partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 2001, Historic Fort Worth is dedicated to preserving our community’s unique historic identity through education and leadership. Your membership helps to educate the community about Fort Worth's significant architectural heritage as it connects you to tours of great public and private buildings and to events that fuel the local economy.
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