Through your Fort Worth Public Library account, you have free access to the morning editions of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and other databases. Go to this link:
Tarrant Appraisal District: You can search publicly available property records and view an interactive map here. https://www.tad.org/
View historic deed cards here: https://www.tarrantcountytx.gov/en/tax/property-tax/deed-history-card.html
Tarrant County Historic Preservation and Archives (formerly Tarrant County Archives): Wedgwood Historical Association maintains a collection in the Archives, which is open to the public for viewing. The Archives gladly accepts all relevant donations!
Tarrant County Plaza Building
200 Taylor Street, Suite 5200
Fort Worth, Texas 76196
If you need suggestions on how to sensitively rehab your historic midcentury home, many of our Board members have expertise in architecture, historic preservation, and period interior decoration and can provide great advice.
WHA can also perform basic research on your Wedgwood house.
Craftsmen, shops, artisans, contractors, etc., who are aligned with WHA’s mission and/or are just good places to find things for your midcentury Wedgwood home:
Alice And Angel’s Attic: Vintage furniture, household goods, and clothing. “My passion is to keep the past from fading by sharing my love for Vintage and Antiques with others. Something old can be something new for you!” 817-798-6545, www.facebook.com/Alice-And-Angels-Attic-401483833774505
Brick Doctor: Masonry repair. Chances are the Brick Doctor can find bricks to match your historic midcentury Wedgwood home for any repairs you need done! 972-234-0900 https://brickdr.com/
Clyde Ridge Painting: “I am a craftsman that has been in Wedgwood living and working since 1970. If you live in Wedgwood or Candleridge I may have worked on your home when it was new or remodeled.” 817-739-1604
Elmira Stove Works: Retro-inspired appliances. Sold at Leonard’s Stone & Fireplace in Burleson, 505 South Burleson Blvd., 817-293-2204, www.elmirastoveworks.com
Everyday Co. Woodworking: “We design and build custom mid-century style furniture at our local Weatherford, Texas shop.” 682-229-6532, www.facebook.com/everdayCoWoodworking
Habitat For Humanity ReStore: “Habitat ReStores are independently owned reuse stores operated by local Habitat for Humanity organizations. ReStores accept donations and sell a constantly changing inventory of diverse, high-quality merchandise to the public at a fraction of the retail price, while diverting reusable household items and building materials from area landfills.” 3420 S Grove St., Fort Worth, TX 76110; 4433 River Oaks Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76114
Old Home Supply: “Located just south of downtown Fort Worth, nestled in the Historic Fairmount neighborhood, you will find The Old Home Supply. In business for over 25 years, The Old Home has four corners of warehouses and yards loaded with architectural antiques. From claw foot tubs to Victorian doors, we offer a variety of architectural elements. Whether you live in an old home or want to add some character to a new home, we have treasures for you. Religious icons, peeling columns, highway signs, tarnished musical instruments, period concrete statuary are awaiting their perfect place in some restored vision. We are Fort Worth’s greatest secret & look forward to your next visit.” 817-927-8004, 1801 College Ave. Fort Worth TX 76110, www.oldhomesupply.net
Southside Sashworks: “Southside Sashworks is a family owned business based in Fort Worth, Texas specializing in the restoration of historical wood windows and doors. We also build historically accurate custom wood windows, wooden screens, storm windows and screen doors.” email@example.com, 817-386-3140, www.facebook.com/southsidesashworks