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  • Photo: September 6, 2008Photo: September 6, 200810/24/2008
  • Photo: September 6, 2008Photo: September 6, 200810/24/2008
  • Posters & Postcards Featuring:
Texaco and water tower
ape and vacuum cleaner
Bowie Blvd Drive-In Theatre
JackalopePosters & Postcards Featuring:
Texaco and water tower
ape and vacuum cleaner
Bowie Blvd Drive-In Theatre
Jackalope10/18/2008
  • "Historic Camp Bowie, Inc."
The Kincaid Gro. Market is an historic hamburger shop on Camp Bowie blvd, northeast of here."Historic Camp Bowie, Inc."
The Kincaid Gro. Market is an historic hamburger shop on Camp Bowie blvd, northeast of here.10/18/2008
  • Posters & Postcards Featuring:
2005 Jazz by the Boulevard
Blue Star Inn No. 2
Ridglea theater
Camp Bowie

Western-Historic murals
by
Stylle Read

stylleread.comPosters & Postcards Featuring:
2005 Jazz by the Boulevard
Blue Star Inn No. 2
Ridglea theater
Camp Bowie

Western-Historic murals
by
Stylle Read

stylleread.com10/18/2008
  • "Western Hills Hotel was "King of the motels on Camp Bowie" from the late 40's to the early 60's. This was "it" then. Built in 1951 for 2 Million dollars. Lavish rooms, restaurant, bar & pool; even a heliport. But like most good things, a fire and the Interstate Highway killed the Hotel by 1970." "Western Hills Hotel was "King of the motels on Camp Bowie" from the late 40's to the early 60's. This was "it" then. Built in 1951 for 2 Million dollars. Lavish rooms, restaurant, bar & pool; even a heliport. But like most good things, a fire and the Interstate Highway killed the Hotel by 1970." 10/18/2008
  • featuring the Fort Worth Gal.featuring the Fort Worth Gal.10/18/2008
  • "1920
At the end of Old Camp Bowie Blvd. (I-30), the road to Weatherford was pretty bad at times in early traveling. by the mid 20's the Highway Department numbered it Hwy. 80. The road traveled west out of Fort Worth." "1920
At the end of Old Camp Bowie Blvd. (I-30), the road to Weatherford was pretty bad at times in early traveling. by the mid 20's the Highway Department numbered it Hwy. 80. The road traveled west out of Fort Worth." 10/18/2008
  • Featuring Dale Evans and Roy Rogers
[right of door]Featuring Dale Evans and Roy Rogers
[right of door]10/18/2008
  • "Historic Camp Bowie Mercantile

Stylle Read
2007

We're Open
Mon-Sat 10 - 6
Sun 12 - 6" 
"Historic Camp Bowie Mercantile

Stylle Read
2007

We're Open
Mon-Sat 10 - 6
Sun 12 - 6" 
10/18/2008
  • "The Rose Garden Tea Room"
[left of the Front Door] "The Rose Garden Tea Room"
[left of the Front Door] 10/18/2008
  • "By 1927-28
Camp Bowie Blvd/Arlington Heights was building up fast with stores, gas stations & homes. The street cars ran until the mid 30's and then buses took thier (sic) place. Left side of mural depicts Firehouse No. 18 built in 1923. Center of mural depicts Masonic Lodge built in 1922." "By 1927-28
Camp Bowie Blvd/Arlington Heights was building up fast with stores, gas stations & homes. The street cars ran until the mid 30's and then buses took thier (sic) place. Left side of mural depicts Firehouse No. 18 built in 1923. Center of mural depicts Masonic Lodge built in 1922." 10/18/2008
  • "This is the area the Camp was laid out on; depicted with today's streets. The decommissioning of the Camp left lighted streets, water lines & a sewer system, which made way for the once failed Arlington Heights development." 
"This is the area the Camp was laid out on; depicted with today's streets. The decommissioning of the Camp left lighted streets, water lines & a sewer system, which made way for the once failed Arlington Heights development." 
10/18/2008
  • "Camp Bowie
1917-1919" 
"Camp Bowie
1917-1919" 
10/18/2008
  • "This school house was the farthest west of old Fort Worth. Ranching &amp; Farming families in the Camp Bowie vicinity schooled their children there. About 1920 it was remodeled into a home. It is still at the corner of Prevost and Pershing streets.""This school house was the farthest west of old Fort Worth. Ranching &amp; Farming families in the Camp Bowie vicinity schooled their children there. About 1920 it was remodeled into a home. It is still at the corner of Prevost and Pershing streets."10/18/2008
  • "The great cattle herds on the Chisholm Trail came across this area. Sometimes bedding the herd down here, while Drovers went into Fort Worth - 5 miles east of here to get supplies and hit the saloons.""The great cattle herds on the Chisholm Trail came across this area. Sometimes bedding the herd down here, while Drovers went into Fort Worth - 5 miles east of here to get supplies and hit the saloons."10/18/2008
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