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"Chisholm Trail Cattle Drive", 1988, Richard Haas, 400 Main St., Downtown. The trompe l'oeil painting of a longhorn stampede on the side of the 1902 Jett Building commemorates the 19th century Chisholm Trail cattle drives that were crucial to the 	growth of Fort Worth. The three stories-tall painting by Richard Haas includes the dates “1867-1878” in reference to the time period that the famous cattle drives came through town on their way to the Kansas City railhead.

also by Kelly Klaasmeyer

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