Ahdel Chadwick / Hulda A. and Bruno C. Reich Collection

Summary: A collection of family documents from the estate of Bruno C. Reich. According to his 1964 obituary, Reich was born over a bakery at the corner of First and Main Streets in downtown Fort Worth in 1887. He was delivered by Fort Worth's first Mayor, Dr. William P. Burt. Reich served as Chair of the Fort Worth Public Housing Authority from the time it was created in 1938 until his death.
  • Photograph: Bruno C. Reich, July 1964
  • Bruno C. Reich, newspaper obituary Fort Worth Star Telegram September 10, 1964  
  • Fort Worth telephone book, 1922-3
  • Report and drawing of military of the original fort of Fort Worth copied from National Archives:  "Records of the War Department, Office of the Adjutant General, Report of Inspection of the 8th Military Department, Fort Worth, Texas, 1853" four pages in script and five pages transcription; newspaper articles, 1913
  • Property tax statements of family property, City of Fort Worth, 1015 E. 1st and 1206 Mistletoe Drive, 1916-1940. 
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