Pictured: Last Frontier, Fort Worth Centennial, 1936
Summary: Donor gave collection of postcards, photographs and items related to his family and business. Donor's father, Charles A. Reichenstein, owned the Worth Segar (German spelling for Cigar) Store located at 1017 Main St. in Fort Worth, later moving to 801 Main in what was the Worth Hotel. He also owned the Worth Segar Store at the Livestock Exchange Building. Donor states his Grandfather, Louis Reichenstein, came to America during the Civil War on the same ship as Adolphus Busch, who later made him manager of beer distribution in Dallas. Louis Reichenstein was fatally stabbed during President Taft's visit to Dallas in 1909.
Views of the Fort Worth Frontier Centennial, 1936, 10 views, 50 cents, in envelope with photo of road leading to the Frontier Centennial
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