Russell Lawrence Collection

The Texas and Pacific Building, Fort Worth, TexasExtending Service, Texas and Pacific Terminal Warehouse
Summary: Booklets produced by Texas and Pacific Terminal Warehouse Company. Built in 1931 and separated from Texas and Pacific Railway Terminal by a block, Architects Wyatt C. Hedrick and Herman P. Koeppe, with general contractor P.O.B. Montgomery of Dallas, scaled back the ornamentation from the passenger terminal - using the simplified design for an eight-story 580,000 square-feet Zigzag Moderne Style of Art Deco Warehouse, featuring inlaid panels of blue tile, ornamental brickwork and polychrome brick.
  • Booklet: The New Texas and Pacific Terminal Warehouse, 6 by 10 inches, wording refers to warehouse "just completed" and gives population in 1930, in original mailing envelope, 1931.
  • Booklet: The Texas and Pacific Building, 5 by 8 1/2 inches, two copies, one copy in original mailing envelope, 1931
  • Booklet: Extending Texas and Pacific Terminal Warehouse Service, 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 inches, refers to Fort Worth opening in 1931 and Dallas opening in January 1938.
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