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[The side of the Bryce Building]

Description: Photograph of the side of the Bryce Building at 909 Throckmorton Street, in Fort Worth. Closest to the camera, a small area of short grass surrounds a small tree with no leaves in a circle of winter pansies. A metal fence separates the grassy area from the side of the building. Behind the fence, the ground turns to brick. The building is also made of brick, and its left corner is almost centered in the photo. The side of the building says "BRYCE BUILDING" at the top, under a decorative mantel. A balcony in front of three tall windows creates a small awning over the side entrance. Two potted plants flank the doors, and the building's number is written above the doors. Square windows are distributed evenly along the side of the building that faces the camera, each with blinds hung on the inside, and closed. The building attaches to what appears to be a parking garage that is taller than the building.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The interior of the U.S. Post Office Central]

Description: Photograph of the interior of the U.S. Post Office Central at 251 W. Lancaster Avenue in Fort Worth. The photo focuses on a half-column of granite that extends upwards from the floor where is has been trimmed out at the bottom in granite crown molding. It is only a half-column because it is almost flush with the wall. Directly next to it, to the left, is an organization system. Many rows of small, square drawers with labels on them. The drawers increase in size as they get closer to the ground. This wall of drawers doesn't go to the full height of the actual wall, so there is a section of negative space above the drawers until the wall meets up with the crown molding. On the other side of the half-column is a small, framed-out window with bars over the bottom half of it. The window has a shelf at the bottom made out of the same granite as the column, and it is level with the crown molding at the top of the wall. Above the crown molding, decorative iron extends to the top of the picture. Four sections of designs are divided into grids. The bottom of each section has three iron depictions; two eagles and a shield in the middle. The middle row of each section has a circular pattern, and the top row is a repeat of the bottom. The baseboards of the room are dark, and match the color of the tile that creates a border around the perimeter. The rest of the floor is made of different colors of tile, creating a geometric design.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Two entrances to the Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum]

Description: Photograph of two entrances to the Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum at 3401 West Lancaster Avenue, in Fort Worth. Each entrance has a pair of double doors that are set back into an entry way that is not level with the rest of the building. Between the two entryways is a large section of wall that has a grooved detailing on the front of it, creating a column-like look. A metal barrel trash can with a liner in it sits in front of this section of wall. The entryway on the left of the photo has its doors closed. Art Deco decorations of stone frame out the double doors, and the top reads "WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL COLISEUM,' and has a small step-pyramid shape rising up at the center. Each door of the double door entry has two bars of handles. The entryway on the right has wide open double doors, and the top of that doorframe has an art deco designed strip of decorations in the center of its step pyramid section. Both doorways are topped with five columns of glass blocks in rows that extend to the top of the ceiling. The building itself is made out of stone, as is the ground and steps leading to the front of it.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The façade of the Stockyards Hotel]

Description: Photograph of the façade of the Stockyards Hotel, located at 109 East Exchange Avenue in Fort Worth. The building is made of brick and built in the Old West architecture style. Geometric patterns of triangles create a band around the upper portion of the building. The roofline gradually rises slightly in the middle with small steps of increasing height. Sections of the building's front have groups of rectangular windows. In the center of the building, a large section has six windows, three on top of three, all with two-toned curtains. The rest of the sections, all separated by brick with geometric dimensions, each have four windows, two on top of two, with two-toned curtains. The awning that shadows the entrance is supported by four small columns, reads "STOCKYARDS HOTEL," and has a railing around the top of it, resembling a balcony. Tall floor-to-ceiling windows line the ground floor, allowing the people walking on the sidewalk in front of the hotel to see inside. Shorter awnings provide shade to the rest of the sidewalk on either side of the main entrance. A car is blurry in the foreground.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Pollock-Capps House]

Description: Photograph of the Pollock-Capps House located at 1320 Penn Street in Fort Worth. The Victorian-style house has at least four peaks on the roof, each tipped with a spire or simply capped with a lighter material. There is also a dormer with a window, and a tall chimney. The house has three floors and a basement. The second floor has a balcony attached to the front of the house. The balcony creates the porch for the front entrance and it is supported by two large, sturdy pillars of rough stone. These pillars have two short, decorative columns next to them, closer to the entrance. These columns continue along the house, holding up the roof to the wrap-around porch that connects to the balcony. The building is made of brick and there is a band of stone on the exterior, separating the first and second floor, that wraps around the house. The band of stone is level with the balcony. The section of the house directly next to the balcony is octagonal in shape, and the side facing the camera has a port window and a decorative design laid out above it. There is a set of stone stops with iron railings leading up to the sidewalk in front of the house, and another set of stone steps with iron railings leading up to the house itself. Both sets of steps are in line with each other. There are well maintained, rounded hedges in the flowerbeds in front of the house, along with other low-growing plants. A streetlamp stands tall in the corner of one flowerbed. A mature tree stands in the background, to the left of the photo.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Three arches at the Ashton Depot]

Description: Photograph of three arches at Ashton Depot, formerly known as both Santa Fe and Fort Worth Union Depot, located at 1501 Jones Street, in Fort Worth. The arches are made out of brick and have strips of wood over top of the brick, creating a sunburst pattern at the curves of the arches, and horizontal stripes at the bottoms. Each arch has been framed out in wood. A small shelf of crown molding sits above each arch, and a corbel attaches the peak of each arch to its corresponding shelf. Above these shelves, two shades of brick have been stacked to create a geometric pattern reminiscent of flowers. Each arch has been filled in with wooden paneling. A horizontal strip of wood goes across this paneling, dividing the arch with the arch on the top and the straight sides below it. In the curved section of each arch is a small, arched window, each with two panes of glass divided by a piece of wood. Below the wooden divisor in each arch is a doorframe. The leftmost arch's doorframe has been filled with the same wooden paneling as the rest of it. A round sign on a post stands in front of it. The middle arch's doorframe contains a metal door with no handles and two metal posts sitting in front of it. The right arch has a wooden door with a handle, lock, and piece of paper that reads "OFFICE HOURS" taped to the inside of a window at the top of it. In front of the arches, bricks have been laid in a herringbone pattern to create a walkway.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A door and staircase at Allen Chapel]

Description: Photograph of a door and staircase inside of Allen Chapel located at 116 Elm Street, in Fort Worth. A small area with plaster walls is closed off from the camera's view by a wooden door with an iron doorknob and a lock. Wooden boards create the doorframe. This area divides two carpeted staircases. One is on the far side of the little roof, mostly blocked from view by the room, and has a thin metal handrail that is mounted to the wall. The staircase closest to the camera leads up to another wooden door, much like the one on the small closet.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Land Title Block in Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of the Land Title Block at 155 East 4th Street in Fort Worth. Closest to the camera is a street light with a One-Way sign and a pedestrian signal that reads "WALK." The One-Way sign has an arrow beneath the words pointing to the right of the photo. On the right side of the photo is the Land Title Block. It is made of brick with columns of multi-colored bricks dividing sections of large-paned glass windows. Arched windows sit on the second floor of the Victorian building, directly above the windows on the first floor. A concrete sidewalk runs along the length of the building, and continues on past it, into the background. A trailer with double doors is attached to a vehicle that is mostly obscured, and both are parked along the die of the road, in front of the Land Title Building. Other buildings fill the background.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Saint Andrews United Methodist Church]

Description: Photograph of Saint Andrews United Methodist Church located at 522 Missouri Avenue, in Fort Worth. The cathedral-style building has many architectural aspects to it. The most prominent section is the tower, which rises above the rest of the building and is topped with a spire in the shape of a cross. Another, shorter section of the building has the same pitched roof and spire as the tower. In between these two spire-topped sections, a section of the building curves outwards. A set of stairs with a handrail down the middle leads up to an entrance on the curved wall. Four columns, one on each side, help to support the curved ceiling of the porch. The columns are square and sturdy. There are many rectangular windows on the building, and a few cathedral-style, stained glass windows as well. Three trimmed box hedges flank one side of the staircase. A sign for the church sits in its yard with short grass. The trunk of a tree takes up the right third of the photo, as it is closer to the camera.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Allen Chapel]

Description: Photograph of Allen Chapel, located at 116 Elm Street in Fort Worth. The roof is gabled, and has another, smaller gabled section of roof attached to it, creating a pointed roofline in the middle of the side of the building. A tower rises from one corner of the chapel. It is a square tower with one visible, glass-paned window, and another window frame that has been boarded up. The whole building has cathedral windows that are leaded and have arched designs separating the individual panes. An awning stretches over an entrance, and there are two sets of stairs on either side of it, going up to other entrances. A road runs in front of the chapel, with three cars parked on it. One car is parked close to the chapel, one is across the street from it, and the third is further away. Two cars are parked directly next to the chapel, and one is parked by a house that sits behind it. A field of short grass grows beside the chapel and across the street, where another building sits. There are tall buildings in the background, and trees lining the street. A streetlight rests on the corner of the intersection that is shown in the bottom right of the photo.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A house in Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of a house at 2300 Medford Ct E in Fort Worth. The large house has a stone exterior with a gabled roof and a double chimney. The roof also has two small dormers on the side. The multi-level house has many windows, some of which are leaded, cathedral-style windows. Three short trees join various low-growing plants to create a flowerbed near the side of the house. A set of concrete stairs with wrought iron handrails leads up to a concrete path that leads around the house to the front entrance. A concrete sidewalk runs in front of this set of stairs and across the whole photo. A flower bed is built into the grass past the sidewalk, nearest to the camera. The lawn of the house is well manicured and freshly mowed. Large bushes, trees, and another house create the background.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of the St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church located at 2020 NW 21st Street in Fort Worth. It is a short building with two rounded portions of roofline. There are three steps leading up to the front entrance. The front entrance is a set of wooden double doors under an awning that sits under an arched, leaded window. Two crosses flank the entrance like sconces. The windows on either side of the entrance have arches in the panes. The rounded portion of roofline that arches above the front entrance is topped by a cross and has "The Saint Demetrios" spelled out in Greek. A cornerstone of the brick building is white and it has a cross on it, along with words. Electricity and telephone lines run along the street on the left side of the picture.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The façade of Tarrant County Courthouse]

Description: Photograph of the façade of Tarrant County Courthouse located at 100 E Weatherford Street in Fort Worth. The building has a large staircase made out of stone blocks leading up to the entrance. The steps are made of concrete, and the large staircase has been divided into two sections by a short wall of the same stone. A lamppost sits on a pillar at the end of each stone wall, creating pillars at the bottom of the stairs. At the top of the stairs, polished stone columns support the overhanging roof to create a porch. In the background, the Tom Vandergriff Civil Courts building can be seen.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Hotel Texas in Fort Worth, at night]

Description: Photograph of Hotel Texas located at 815 Main Street in Fort Worth. The tall hotel building is covered in an 11 by 18 grid of windows, some lit, some not. Each window is a rectangle, and has a line spilling it in half. An extra row of windows lines the top of the building, and these windows are arched, framed, and connected to a shallow balcony. Below the hotel, a courtyard sits with lots of plants and concrete pathways. The photo is taken from on top of a building's roof, and the roof can be seen in the bottom of the photo. There are various buildings in the background, and the sky is dark.
Date: October 23, 1994
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The city of Fort Worth from Lancaster Ave]

Description: Photograph of the city of Fort Worth, taken from Lancaster Avenue. The photo captures the city skyline during the day. Closer to the camera, an overpass has many blurry cars driving along it. A billboard that says "McDAVID" sits on top of an advertising company. Multiple parking lots line the middle of the image, all with numerous cars parked in them. The photograph is full of various businesses, buildings, and roads. There are large clouds in the sky.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[First Methodist Church in Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of the First Methodist Church located at 800 W 5th Street in Fort Worth. Between the camera and the church lays a well-maintained courtyard with low-growing plants and concrete sidewalks making geometric patterns on the ground. Some sections of the greenery have been divided by low brick walls topped with concrete. In the background, the church rises high above its surroundings. The Romanesque-style cathedral has two open towers and many arched windows, some of which are leaded. A statue sits in front of the church's façade. The white statue depicts Jesus with one hand raided in the air, and the other in front of his waist. The statue is surrounded by box hedge. There are many trees sprinkled around the property, and another section of the church in the background.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A view at Thistle Hill/Wharton-Scott House]

Description: Photograph of a view at Thistle Hill/Wharton-Scott House located at 1509 Pennsylvania Avenue in Fort Worth. The slightly blurry photo shows a brick column flanking one side of a set of stone steps that lead up to a porch. The walls of the porch are made out of the same brick. The floor of the porch is tile with dark grout. A window is on the left side of the photo, and a short curtain inside the house covers the top pane. A blurry view of the inside of the house can be seen through the window. A cracked concrete path on the right side of the photo leads to another building. That building is made of dark wood and has doors decorated with darker slats of wood. There are a few trees in the background.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A house on Elizabeth Boulevard]

Description: Photograph of a house at 1001 Elizabeth Boulevard in Fort Worth. A large tree takes up the majority of the photo, as it is very near to the camera. It is split into a "Y" shape. Just beyond the tree, a concrete sidewalk runs the span of the photo. In the background, there is a large house with balconies and arched windows. The roof is covered with overlaying tile, and it is multi-leveled. There are box hedges surrounding the house. A covered porch is attached to the side of the house, near the center of the picture. Its walls are made of arches. A stone pillar sits to the right of the photo, flanking one side of a concrete path that leads up to the house.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Will Rogers Memorial Complex]

Description: Photograph of the Will Rogers Memorial Complex in Fort Worth, including the Pioneer Tower and a statue of Will Rogers and Soapsuds. Pioneer Tower stands tall in the background of the image with one section of it darker than the other due to use of different colors of building materials. The top of the tower tapers down so it is smaller in circumference than the rest. Closer to the camera, a statue of a man, Will Rogers, on a horse, Soapsuds. The man sits on the horse, holding a cowboy hat in his hand, with a lasso attached to the saddle. The horse is posed in a trot. Small bunches of flowers grow around the large rocks that the statue has been installed on. Spotlights sit on the ground around it, waiting to illuminate the art after dark. A plaque describing the statue sits in the bottom left of the photo, slightly out of frame. Between the statue and the tower, a wide expanse of mown grass and a few strong, mature trees grow.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The T&P Warehouse in Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of the T&P Warehouse in Fort Worth. The large, Art Deco building stands tall with a geometric roofline. Because this is an Art Deco building, there are decorative markings along said roofline, and along the bottom of the building as well. At the top, a rectangle is filled with alternating "V" shapes, with light and dark stone creating the contrast. Ribbon shaped sections of dark stone ornament the two taller sections of the building, which stand on either side of the rectangular decoration. The building appears to be sectioned into fourths, with three lines of circles separating them. Awnings extend from three sides of the building. One of them is smaller, covering a boarded-up entrance into the building. The other two are on the long sides of the building with one extending very far, and the other, on the left side of the building, is cut off from view. Three vehicles are parked between the camera and the building. Two pick-up trucks, one light and one dark, and a heavy-duty work truck are parked in a small triad. In the background, the T&P station can be seen along with various roads.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The exterior of a house with a white picket fence]

Description: Photograph of the exterior of a house in Fort Worth. A white picket fence takes up the bottom half of the photo, being closer to the camera. The fence is made out of a rough wood and has been painted. The slats have been nailed to the fence structure, and some of them have started coming loose and leaning forward. Between the fence and house is a great span of mown grass. Right up next to the house, various shrubs and low-growing plants create a flowerbed. A large bush has grown up to reach to roofline. The house itself is lightly colored and made out of wood. The wrap-around porch has ornate corbels attached to each post, creating an arch-like silhouette. The roof is pitched in certain areas, with more corbels attached at the peaks. A small shed with a basketball hoop is slightly obscured by trees, and sits to the left of the photograph, almost even with the house. Various trees create the background for the image.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Main Street in Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of Main Street in Fort Worth. The photo was taken from the roof of Richelieu Grill, so the tall building fit into frame. In the bottom left corner of the photo, a parking lot contains many cars, all in different colors. Streetlights stand tall in the middle of the lot, unlit. The parking lot buts up against a brick building with rectangular windows and a fire escape. Down the street, the Blackstone Hotel and Sinclair Building can be seen, along with other commercial and residential buildings. Streetlamps line the sides of the road, each with banners attached to them.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The exterior of Lily B. Clayton Elementary School]

Description: Photograph of the Lily B. Clayton Elementary School located at 2000 Park Place Avenue in Fort Worth. The school is made out of different colored bricks stacked in a staggered pattern. A wide staircase leads up to the entrance. The steps are made of concrete, and the handrails are a continuation of the staircase's support walls, and are made of the same brick from the rest of the building. There is a small arched door leading to underneath the stairs. It is on the left side of the staircase. The double doors into the school are wooden and each have twelve rectangular windows on the top 2/3. Six square windows run along the top of the doorframe. The actual doorway is framed by two columns that connect to an ornate shelf above the school's name. The columns are Grecian inspired. Above the shelf, a window with nine panes sits in a Grecian window frame with a triangular "roof line" above it. The actual roof of the school is made with Spanish roof tiles, creating a wavy pattern along its edge. To the left of the photo, there are more windows into the school, one of which is arched. A large, mature tree takes up the left 1/3 of the photo, and another one is seen on the right.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A no parking sign at the Ashton Depot]

Description: Photograph of a no parking sign at the Ashton Depot, formerly known as both Santa Fe Depot and Fort Worth Union Depot, located at 1501 Jones Street, in Fort Worth. The sign is a circle on a post with a round base. The circle is white with the words painted on in all capital letters. A light-colored box highlights the NO. It stands next to a doorway. The doorway is flanked by two brick columns that are encased in painted wood. The paint is peeling and very cracked. Two metal posts sit in front of the door. A small, half-moon window is set above the door. The ground is brick laid in a herringbone pattern.
Date: [1980..]
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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