Janet Lane and Pam Minick present Willie Nelson with a Fort Worth banner at his July Fourth Picnic in the Stockyards in 2004. Fort Worth sent Nelson well wishes Wednesday as he gets over the flu.
Janet Lane and Pam Minick present Willie Nelson with a Fort Worth banner at his July Fourth Picnic in the Stockyards in 2004. Fort Worth sent Nelson well wishes Wednesday as he gets over the flu. Tom Pennington Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Janet Lane and Pam Minick present Willie Nelson with a Fort Worth banner at his July Fourth Picnic in the Stockyards in 2004. Fort Worth sent Nelson well wishes Wednesday as he gets over the flu. Tom Pennington Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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