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Western Hills North Prince Domino Return

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#1 CShaw



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Posted 17 February 2017 - 08:46 AM

I hope this is the correct place to post this (first post).


I live in and am a member of the Western Hills North neighborhood (Neighborhood Association). We are undertaking a beautification project at 3225 Cortez Drive (Las Vegas Trail and Cortez Drive), Fort Worth, TX 76116 (32.726441, -97.465235).  There is a memorial for a prize-winning bull, Prince Domino Return, so we call this the PDR Project.  We are just going to redo the landscaping on the triangular patch of land with more weather-hardy plants.  The bull belonged to Dr. Charles H. Harris of Harrisdale Farms before he sold that land and began Harris Hospital (as best as we can tell).


We are trying to find out what the brand was for the farm and if there are any living relatives today.  Additional photos would be appreciated, too, as we are also working on our neighborhood topper identification signs and would use that as a reference.


I have worked with librarians at the UTA Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs Librarian and UTA Special Collections but they were also unable to find any additional information.  I reached out to the Cattle Raisers Museum but have not heard anything back.


Any information would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.







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Posted 18 February 2017 - 05:24 PM

C Shaw,

Welcome to the Forum, the place to post and to read all things about Fort Worth. :)

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