1016 E. Terrell Ave.

He founded Beta Tau Lambda and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity chapters in Fort Worth.


For more than 40 years, the Flints owned the Flint Drug Store, the Hotel Flint, the Doll House and the Aquarium Supper Club.


Mae Pearl Flint later married Bill “Gooseneck” MacDonald (1866 – 1950), an African-American politician, businessman, banker and the first black millionaire in Texas.


This historic house is now owned and occupied by the Jayn Higgins family.

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