TARRANT COUNTY BLACK HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY COLLECTION

Named Collections >T >Tarrant County Black Historical and Genealogical Society Pictured: Students and Faculty at Fort Worth Industrial and Mechanical College, circa 1919 Summary: Donor gave the following photographs and publication. The photographs are mostly from Fort Worth Industrial and Mechanical College that existed in the Como neighborhood in west Fort Worth during the 1910s. All photos are in black and white. The publication …

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT | Lake Como Park

RDG Dahlquist Art Studio will soon install a sculptural plaza with seating lighting and a pathway at Lake Como Park. The plaza will be anchored by a strong, weathered steel sculpture that will frame the view of Lake Como while celebrating the founding of the park and the roles William H. Wilburn and Amon G. Carter, Sr. played, along with engraved …

Lake Como Planning Committee

               ABOUT – “Remembering the Past with Dignity, Embracing the Future with Pride” “Awards presented as pioneers, legends and heroes are recognition of individuals or groups whose accomplishments, acts, deeds or feats were beneficial to the beginning and enhancement of Lake Como and what they did for others. More significant, the legacy of their accomplishments must not be lost to …

Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County

April 30, 2021 Edition WelcomeWorkforce Solutions for Tarrant County (WSTC) believes that collaboration is essential to maintaining a vibrant and healthy Tarrant County community. With this in mind, we will periodically share resources, information, events and initiatives available through our many community partners that may be of benefit to you! Critical resources at your fingertipsHelp is now just a text away for …