Preserving Our Past - The Lady Makes Boots

historic photo of the Tarrant County courthouse with the words Community History Workshop

The Lady Makes Boots

Join us virtually or in person at the Southwest Regional Library as Carol A. Lipscomb presents information about Enid Justin (daughter of Justin Boots founder, H.J. Justin) and her 1925 decision to start her own boot company in Nocona, Texas. 

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About the Series

Presented in conjunction with The Center for Texas Studies at TCU, these workshops are aimed at increasing the historical awareness of the community. The series is designed to make the public aware of the important, yet often overlooked historical resources around them, and how to preserve them for posterity. The goal of the workshops is to prove that "every person is a historian," and that they can, by their deeds and actions, preserve a small part of the cultural and historical fabric of this region.


The Center for Texas Studies at TCU is designed to celebrate all that makes Texas distinctive. It is housed in AddRan College of Liberal Arts, where various disciplines and programs can act in concert to foster and nurture the essence of Texas. History is, of course, central, but Texas literature, anthropology, ethnography, politics, religions, philosophy and design and textiles all represent elements that are a part of the incredible mosaic of Texas. 



  • Saturday, March 04, 2023 | 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Fort Worth Public Library - Southwest Regional, 4001 Library Lane, Fort Worth 76109  View Map

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