TCU-Sponsored tour of WW1 Era Camp Bowie Miliary Sites

MONTICELLO RESIDENTS INVITED TO ATTEND TCU-SPONSORED TOUR OF HISTORIC WW1 ERA CAMP BOWIE MILITARY SITES

The Center of Texas Studies at TCU has reached out to MNA to invite our members to attend a special WW1 tribute to Camp Bowie.  

Commemorate the 100th Anniversary of World War I with a tour of historic Camp Bowie, a training camp which covered much of the modern day neighborhood of Arlington Heights.  This two-hour course and day-long tour will explore the camp's history and its physical location from 1917-1919.  Using maps and hundreds of period photographs, instructor Tyler Alberts, executive director of the Military Museum of Fort Worth, will give attendees a complete understanding of the camp layout and its lasting impact on the west side of Fort Worth. 

Registration open to all.  $146 fee includes course, tour, and box lunch.  Discounts available for seniors and TCU faculty, staff, and students.  Class held on TCU campus.  Tour departs from and returns to campus. 

Register HERE

Questions email LeAnna Schooley at l.schooley@tcu.edu