Denton residents poured out of homes when the fire siren signaled Charles “Lucky Lindy” Lindbergh’s arrival on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1927. Lindbergh flew over downtown Denton, around the Normal College, now the University of North Texas, and circled over public school buildings, now Calhoun Mid…
President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s executive order established the Works Progress Administration on May 6, 1935. Two years earlier the Civilian Conservation Corps gave veterans jobs and job skills. The Works Progress Administration, renamed the Work Projects Administration, gave poverty-level…
Outlaw Sam Bass spent much of his brief adulthood in Denton. While he died, Texas Rangers asked him to name his gang members. He said, “It’s again’ my profession to blow on my pals.”
If you are near downtown Denton, you can visit the new West Denton Residential Historic District several blocks west of the courthouse square. In fact, the district is within walking distance of shops and eateries on the square. It is bounded by West Hickory Street, Panhandle Street, Carroll…
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