Beth Kisor Collection

Summary: Beth Kisor donated postcards, newspaper articles on ranches, as well as opera information.
  • "Century-ranch operator doesn't want to let go" by James E. Vance, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1976, three-page copy

  • The Way Makers, A History of Blacks in Fort Worth and Tarrant County by Reby Cary, Branch-Smith Printing Co., Fort Worth, 2009, paperback
Brochures and Invitations
  • "Women of Worth" handout created by presenter, Ruth H. Karbach, for a talk she gave to women of the church on the occasion of their 150th anniversary
  • Invitation to the opening of the Birdville Museum, postcard printed on both sides

  • City Park Scene, Fort Worth, Texas, Card is in color, attributed to Inter-State News Co. Postage required on mailing side is one cent
  • Lord's Supper Display wax figure interpretation of the Last Supper on display at 2500 Ridgmar Plaza, Fort Worth. Radio and Television Commission for Southern Baptist Commission. No date given, color photograph

  • A New Festival Takes Flight, Fort Worth Opera 2007, announcing the first annual Fort Worth Opera Festival, May 2007

  • Grey and black mouse pad, "Birdville Museum"
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