Pictured: Postcard of Armour and Company plant in Fort Worth,
Summary: The Mary Daggett Lake Collection consists of articles written by Lake for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram as well as scrapbooks, postcards, maps and various documents and photographs related to Tarrant County history. Mary Daggett Lake (1880-1955), daughter of E.M. Daggett and Laura Alice Palmer Daggett, held a lifelong interest in botany and was a charter member of the Fort Worth Garden Club. She also served as the garden editor for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and on the Fort Worth Park Board.
Follow link to view PDFs of fully scanned Mary Daggett Lake Scrapbooks.
Mary Daggett Lake gave a collection of postcards to her friend Julia Kathryn Garrett, who later donated them to the Tarrant County Archives. Follow link to view Julia Kathryn Garrett Named Collection page.
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