Howard Livingston Collection

World War I Parade Fort Worth
Summary: Longtime resident of Fort Worth began his collection by donating a 1918 World War I post card of a parade passing through downtown Fort Worth. The post card belonged to the donor's father, who trained at Camp Bowie with the 36th Division.
Post Cards
  • Post card with multiple images of World War I parade passing through downtown Fort Worth "Review of 36th Division, Fort Worth, Texas, April 11th, 1918, Jernigan Photos"
  • Texas Centennial Exposition, Dallas, 1836-1936, souvenir post card set containing 18 color images of the Fair Grounds
  • "Notsi Potsi" anti-Hitler circular, 1941
  • Envelope with commemorative stamp "First Flight Inaugurating Air Mail Service Dallas to Galveston, Houston, Texas".
  • Texas History Movies: 400 Years of Texas History and Industrial Development Portrayed by Action Cartoons, copyright 1928; Revised Edition copyright 1935 by Turner Company
News Articles
  • "Movie has place in history" by Michael H. Price, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Sunday, June 2, 1985
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