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Bass Family: 2017 Land Report 100 sponsored by LandLeader

No. 36 Bass Family 285,000 acres The four great-nephews of legendary Texas wildcatter Sid Richardson invest in an array of enterprises, including cattle ranching as well as oil and gas. Still deeply rooted in their hometown of Fort Worth, brothers

48-foot limestone angels welcome guests to Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall, the 2,042-seat venue considered the crown jewel of Fort Worth’s Cultural District.

No. 36 Bass Family

285,000 acres

The four great-nephews of legendary Texas wildcatter Sid Richardson invest in an array of enterprises, including cattle ranching as well as oil and gas. Still deeply rooted in their hometown of Fort Worth, brothers Sid, Ed, Robert, and Lee Bass are given ample credit for reviving that city’s downtown. Their philanthropic endeavors – both individually and in tandem – range from the arts to historic preservation.

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