Will Rogers Coliseum, Auditorium and Pioneer Tower – Lancaster

Dominating the low skyline of the West Side, the Will Rogers Auditorium, Coliseum and Pioneer Tower symbolize Fort Worth’s civic pride in the midst of the Depression. Hurriedly promoted by Amon Carter, Sr. in 1935 for the upcoming 1936 Texas Centennial celebration, the structures and grounds were built with federal city relief funds at a … Read more

Stone House – Rivercrest

A building permit indicates that the contracting firm of West and Womack constructed this two-story house for Gaylord J. and Hattie Stone. Stone was president and general manager of Universal Mills, Inc. The large buff brick house of staggered rectangular plan sports vaguely Classical decorative elements below a hipped roof clad in Mission tile.