Tourists use umbrellas to shield the rain while taking in the Chisholm Trail mural in Sundance Square on June 24.
Tourists use umbrellas to shield the rain while taking in the Chisholm Trail mural in Sundance Square on June 24. Max Faulkner Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Tourists use umbrellas to shield the rain while taking in the Chisholm Trail mural in Sundance Square on June 24. Max Faulkner Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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