Enameled metal pin from a series honoring National Historic Preservation Month. Designed in 1936 by Wyatt Hedrick, the Will Rogers complex was the home of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo and symbolizes Fort Worth to many. The complex is still Demolition Delay.
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.
Enameled metal pin from a series honoring National Historic Preservation Month. Designed by landscape architect Lawrence Halprin as the City of Fort Worth's Bicentennial Memorial contribution to the founding of fort worth. This building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.