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Azle Historical Museum

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ISBN 10: 0738595926 / ISBN 13: 9780738595924
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Title: Azle

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: PAP

Book Condition:New

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Early Azle settlers began arriving in the mid-1850s and settled near Ash Creek. Azle had several names before settling down to one. An early name was Mooresville after the town’s general store owner, Mr. Moore, who supplied the farmers of the community. Following several other name changes, citizens decided upon “Azle” in 1883 after Dr. James Azle Steward, who donated land for the townsite. The town remained small until the building of Eagle Mountain Lake in the 1930s spurred its growth. Further development occurred when World War II brought more people to the area. After nearly a century, the little community officially incorporated in 1957. Images of America: Azle tells the story of numerous pioneer families and their schools, churches, and early businesses. Today, Azle is a close-knit community with various social and civic organizations, as well as parades and jamborees.

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The Azle Historical Museum began in the bicentennial year of 1976. Two years later, the museum moved from the second floor of the oldest building on Main Street―the original Walker Drug―to the vacated Jim Nation Building right across the street. Images were provided from the museum’s collection, board members, and others. Rex Ballauer, president of the Azle Historical Museum, and J’Nell Pate, secretary, wrote the text.

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