Arthur Weinman Collection

Summary: The donor gave the following items related to historic preservation and restoration in Tarrant County.

Digital Images

  • Eight CD-R of digital photographs taken by the donor as he examined the Tarrant County Courthouse for damage to the roof, dome, woodwork, stone, mortar, and interiors of the attic, bell and clock tower.
  • Three black and white photos of unknown origin containing views around the tower and copper roof of the Tarrant County Courthouse, circa 1920s.
  • Report on the Current Conditions of the Historic Marine Schoolhouse with Restoration Suggestions, submitted by Arthur W. Weinman, A.I.A., January 30, 2004.
  • Report on the Current Conditions of the Van Zandt Cottage with Restoration Suggestions, submitted by Arthur W. Weinman, A.I.A., March 7, 2005.
  • "Riding High, Once Again, A Fort Worth horse fountain is reconstructed from shattered remains," by Nico D'Auterive, Texas Architect, July/August 2003, The Real Texas, Volume 53, Number Four, edited by Stephen Sharpe, Austin: Texas Society of Architects, page 60.

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This page was last modified on November 07, 2022


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