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Architectural Diversity Trail Marker

CATEGORY: Heritage Trails

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777 Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102

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Arrival of the railroad in 1876 made a variety of building materials easily available to the city, sparking interest in stylish architectural design trends already popular in established cities. Examples of stylistic diversity or the Land Title Building (Richardsonian Romanesque Revival, 1889); the Tarrant County Courthouse (American Beaux-Arts, 1895); the KNights of Pythias Hall (19th c. Romanesque Revival, 1901); the Flatiron Building (Renaissance Revival/Prairie School, 1907); and the Sinclair Building (Zigzag Moderne, 1930). 

This Trail Marker is sponsored by Jacobs Carter Burgess.

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