1030 Jones Street View on Google Maps
Fort Worth, TX 76102
After the emancipation of slaves in 1865, African-American residence of Fort Worth established small businesses and churches. The community was served by several African-American businessmen and doctors, including Dr. Riley Ransom, who opened a hospital in 1918.
A mural by artist Paula Blincoe Collins depicts Fort Worth's early African-American history.
This Trail Marker is sponsored by City of Fort Worth.
- Peter Bros. Hats909 Houston Street (1048 feet SW)
- Barber's Bookstore901 Throckmorton Street (0.3 miles W)
- Steinway Piano Gallery510 Commerce Street (0.3 miles NW)
- Cary OKeefe Jewelry501 Main Street (0.3 miles NW)
- IT'SUGAR503 Main Street (0.3 miles NW)
- Subway- Fort Worth Central1001 Jones Street (272 feet SE)
- Acre Distilling1309 Calhoun Street (843 feet SE)
- Herb N' Kitchen815 Main Street (857 feet W)
- Ruth's Chris Steak House813 Main Street (943 feet W)
- Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House812 Main Street (988 feet W)
- Lot 9351011 Calhoun Street (174 feet SW)
- Lot 9361027 Calhoun Street (237 feet S)
- Parking Lot #171301 E 9th Street (265 feet W)
- Ace Parking Lot #3745901 Calhoun Street (334 feet NW)
- Parking Company of America1105 Calhoun Street (369 feet S)