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National Preservation Month Pin - Farrington Field
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Enameled metal pin from a series honoring National Historic Preservation Month.
Built in 1929 as a Depression-era relief project that employed about 500 workers, Farrington Field was named after E.S. Farrington, a superintendent of the Fort Worth Independent School District. Preston M. Geren served as the consulting architect for this Classical Moderne structure. Fort Worth Circle artist Evaline Sellors designed the bas-relief panels of athletic figures. This structure is not protected by any type of historic designation.
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