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Fort Worth Public Market Building

  Texas Historical Markers
1400 Henderson, Fort Worth, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 44' 39.47496", -97° 20' 12.40242"
    Texas State
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     Oklahoma City developer John J. Harden had this commercial structure built in 1930 to provide market space for local farmers, vendors, and retail businesses. Designed by B. Gaylor Noftsger, also of Oklahoma City, it features influences of the Spanish Colonial Revival, Italian Baroque Revival, and Art Deco styles. The public market remained in operation until 1941 and the building later housed a variety of businesses. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark -1980.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Fort Worth Public Market Building Historical Marker Location Map, Texas