The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History rededicated its downtown satellite exhibit in 2001. The exhibit was shuttered earlier this year.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History rededicated its downtown satellite exhibit in 2001. The exhibit was shuttered earlier this year. Sharon M. Steinman Star-Telegram archives
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History rededicated its downtown satellite exhibit in 2001. The exhibit was shuttered earlier this year. Sharon M. Steinman Star-Telegram archives

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