Anna's Family Album

Contributed by
Anna Lee Clark, Cottondale, TX


Birdville School, between 1905 and 1910.

A.P. Sprinkle and cousin Olene Sandsberry's class on front steps. Olene in first row end. S.D. Sprinkle and Anna Lee Hardisty are also in this picture.

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School house in Fort Worth Texas. Location unknown.

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Unknown man in a car, taken in 1939 in Fort Worth.

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This photo was taken when Olene Sandsberry was graduating from Marine School in Fort Worth. She attended classes for young ladies to learn deportment, manners, etc.

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Hardisty Home Place

This was the home of John Hollis Hardisty after he moved from the log house on Fossil Creek with his family. His father, James Hardisty, bought a head right from A.G. Walker when he came to Tarrant county in 1853. This home was located just north of what is old Highway 10 in Richland Hills.

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John N. Bowman place

It was located at 4 corners, where Riverside Drive and Belknap Street come together in Fort Worth.

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Riverside Public School - 1911

My grandmother Anna Lee Hardisty is in the picture third row, third from the right. She was 12. The slate says "Low 3rd and High 4th Grade, Riverside School, Oct 28, 1911. On the back it says Charles Turnhenree, Riverside Public School, Grade L 3 and H 4th Oct 23 1911.

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Annanias Pierce Sprinkle and Catherine Copenhaver

They owned the land on the corner of Riverside Drive and Belknap. They donated the land behind their home to the Masons to build their Masonic Lodge.

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Basketball Team - Right: Anna Lee Hardisty

My Grandmother Anna Lee Hardisty Sprinkle, was on this team. Top: Pearl Bryan Fleming - Second row left: Lucretia Trammel - Third row left: Vivian Trammel - Center bottom: Lilian Acres - Third row right: Anna Lee Hardisty. Abt 1911 or 1912.

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Riverside Girls Form "Work and Win" Canning Club

Officers of the "Work and Win" canning club are shown in the photograph. They are: President, Pearl Bryan; vice president, Lena Martin; secretary, Anna Lee Hardisty; treasurer, Modena Jones. The club is the third of the organizations formed by Mrs. C.M. Cross, engaged by the Young Men's Business League to carry on canning club and home economic work in Tarrant County. Other clubs have been formed at Arlington and Handley.

This newspaper article was in the Now Fort Worth Star Telegram, before April 1919.

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