Known in early 1900s as the tallest building
in north Texas, erected in 1907 for the renowned
Dr. Bacon Saunders, Dean of City Medical College;
Chief Surgeon, nine railroads; acclaimed as a
pioneer of medicine in Texas.
Designed by firm of
Sanguinet and Staats,
distinguished Fort Worth Architects, of reinforced
concrete over steel frame, this renaissance revival
structure was inspired by the wedge-shaped
Flatiron Building in New York.
~ Recorded Texas Historic Landmark,