Thank you, Dallas Public Library and Dallas Morning News! *** Sources & Notes. Photo at top: Lintel and pediment above doorway, Commerce St. entrance, ca. 1930s, from the Belo Records collection, DeGolyer Library, Central University Libraries, Southern Methodist University; photo and details are here .670.140 Stories pulled from the archives of The Dallas Morning News. Your city's news State of the City 50+ Free Newsletters Podcasts Coronavirus Updates Timeless in Texas Curious Texas Public.
Dallas Public Library: Records related to either the history or the operations of the Dallas Public Library. 1991-029 Establishment of the Dallas Public Library System, 1900: 1994-053 Dallas Public Library Management Review Final Report Volumes I and II, 1991: 1996-026 Friends of the Dallas Public Library - The First Forty Years, 199 News. Dallas Public Library and Dallas Morning News to spotlight photojournalists' coverage of July 7 ambush In This Moment: Power of Photography will be a panel discussion hosted at the J. Texas/Dallas History & Archives, Dallas Public Library 1515 Young St Dallas, TX 75201: Biographical Note. The Press Club of Dallas began in the late 1940's and was created by members of the two Dallas newspapers at the time, The Dallas Morning News and The Dallas Times-Herald. Most of the early meetings were actually late-night poker games that. Contact Dallas History & Archives Division, Dallas Public Library at (214) 670-1435 or email [email protected] with questions about the many fascinating photographic resources available Dallas Morning News 08/12/1984 to 06/25/2016 Genealogy Bank . Dallas Morning News 10/01/1885 to 12/31/1984 Genealogy Bank . Dallas Morning News 1918, 1920-1921 Newspaper Archive at FindMyPast . Dallas Morning News 1918-1921 Newspapers.com . Dallas Morning News, The: Blogs 05/18/2007 to 06/25/2016 Genealogy Ban
Storytellers Without Borders is a Dallas Public Library initiative, in collaboration with The Dallas Morning News, which transforms high school students into community journalists using 21st century library resources Thanks to the Dallas Public Library, everyone can access these Dallas city directories at the Portal to Texas History, here. Another fully-scanned Dallas directory available online free for everyone can be found on Archive.org: the 1909 Worley's directory is here Winford Cross, Homeless Services Supervisor for the City of Dallas, counts cots at the Dallas Public Library in Dallas, Texas on Feb. 4, 2020 news Curious Texas. What are Dallas Public Library's 20 most checked-out books? Read along with Curious Texas The list includes old and new editions, ebooks and audiobooks borrowed since 1996
The Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Institute, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Public Library, and Friends of the Dallas Public Library . Since 2015, the Dallas Festival of Ideas has aimed at shaping the city of the future by igniting, uniting, and energizing the people of Dallas through the power of ideas All US States - Search Over 9000+ Newspapers. Search Archives From 1690-Today To Dallas County Archives main page (Current as of June 15, 2000) (Dates enclosed in brackets indicate missing issues on the film) List courtesy Dallas Public Library/Texas History Division, 7th Floo Dallas Times Herald Morgue Collection Microfilm—Note that morgue here refers to an archive of articles.· Reel 1: Images 1-1157 · Reel 2: Images 1158-end . The two reels deal are of the archive of material that the Dallas Morning News published about the assassination. This is one of the larger microfilm collections
Dallas City Council adopts $3.8 billion FY 2019-20 Budget. 1 year ago. Dallas to receive grant of nearly $1M to drive responsible development in Opportunity Zones. 1 year ago. City Council approves changes to Citizens Police Review Board. 2 years ago. Archives Builders City News Featured Libraries. Dallas Public Library launches curbside service at new $8 million Vickery Meadow location. 4 months ago City of Dallas 0. Beginning Tuesday, February 2, curbside service will be available at Dallas Public Library's new Vickery Park Branch located at 8333 . Read More From the collections of the Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library. The Daily Times Herald and Morning News kept up a drumbeat of attention to the sensational case while the county sheriff, Arthur Ledbetter, creatively dissembled on Brooks's actual whereabouts in order to dissuade the mob action he knew to be likely Big Library Read: Borrow The Quiet Girl to join the global book club. Big Library Read connects readers around the world with the same book at the same time. Borrow The Quiet Girl today through July 12 without any waitlists or holds. Note: contains mature themes
Tales From the Dallas History Archives: Art Has Always Been Part of the City. The Dallas Public Library has photos of sculptors, painters, and an early glimpse at what helped form the Dallas. Dallas Public Library, Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division. Location: Dallas. Description and Relevance of Holding: The Dallas Public Library contains over 1,000 published books on President John F. Kennedy. The DPL holdings span many aspects of the diverse history of Dallas and the surrounding area The good news is that the Dallas Central Public Library offers a FREE resource to digitize many kinds of media. The Heritage Lab in the Genealogy Section of the 8 th floor has the equipment for you to review and digitize several videotape formats, audiotapes, photos/negatives, slides, and documents - at no cost
The Dallas Public Library is a member of the Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Service (CCRLS). With this association, library patrons have access to approximately one million items through the Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Service, which is comprised of 17 libraries located in Polk, Marion, and Yamhill counties Dallas Public Library, Dallas, TX. 9,689 likes · 122 talking about this · 12,177 were here. Visit one of our 30 service locations throughout Dallas. For hours and locations: www.dallaslibrary.or Dallas Public Library Vickery Park Branch Kompan children's playground sign. In addition to being a state-the-art 21 st century library, the Oglesby Green Architects-designed building will be a gathering place for the neighborhood's multicultural community. When it opens in 2021, the $8M library will have rooms that may be used for classes. D. Troy Sherrod, a fourth-generation Dallasite and local historian, has long familial roots in Dallas showbiz history. Combining extensive research and photographs culled from his own collection, as well as those from numerous individuals and archives--including the Dallas Morning News, Southern Methodist University libraries, and the Texas/Dallas Division of the Dallas Public Library--Sherrod.
He was Dallas' top critic for half a century. Meet Amon Carter Sr. through the storytelling of popular Dallas Morning News Watchdog columnist Dave Lieber. Dave wrote a play about Carter, who owned the Star-Telegram, radio station WBAP and Channel 5. His play has been seen by 7,000 people since it opened last year. Dave also wrote a companion book - AMON He actually went into microfilm at the Dallas Public Library and researched what was happening around Dallas the year we graduated. He was a man who always went an extra mile for us and everybody felt he was a member of the family because we listened to him every morning. I always thought of him as Mr. Dallas Storytellers Without Borders is an innovative collaboration between the Dallas Public Library and The Dallas Morning News, generously funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and supported by the Friends of the Dallas Public Library. The 8 week program is designed to give high school students hands on experience with journalism Willie Pratt leaving school with his mother after the first day of Dallas school integration in 1961. From the collections of the Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library. The Underwood Law Library houses Judge Barefoot Sanders's court chambers papers concerning the Dallas Independent School District desegregation case
Dallas Public Arts Project October 19, 2010 · Michael Granberry columns -- Dallas Morning News Columnist Michael Granberry cover the Dallas, Fort Worth Arts for The Dallas Morning News We also gratefully acknowledge the use of archival resources from the Dallas Historical Society, the History and Archives Division of the Dallas Public Library, the Dallas Morning News and. May 22, 1949 Dallas Morning News Cover. 1953 El Chico Storefront. Original photo: From the collections of the Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library Photo: Kyle Pennington. 1968 Kahn's Inwood Village Ad. 1954 View from Lover's. The Dallas Morning News. The Dallas Morning News Homepage. Obituaries Section. Submit an Obituary. Find an Obituary. Sympathy Ideas. Grief Support. Selma Leaf Parrill. She was an avid reader, served as Treasurer of The Friends of the Dallas Public Library and was a touring docent for the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Garden. Cost. Registered participants from the April 9 - 10 Spring Seminar with Michael Lacopo can register at the reduced rate of $75 through Monday April 12, 2021. Refund Policy: Requests for refunds made prior to the early-bird cutoff date (June 20, 2021) will be granted (less a $10 handling fee)
Dallas Public Library 1500 Marilla St , Dallas, TX 75201 North Oak Cliff Public Library 1515 Young St , Dallas, TX 75201 The Dallas Morning News 1954 Commerce St , Dallas, TX 75201 Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas 2200 N Pearl St , Dallas, TX 75201 Dallas Theological Seminary 3909 Swiss Ave ,. Looking Back at Dallas. Dec 6 -. A view of Cockrell Bridge (upper-right) over the Trinity River in West Dallas, as seen from the top of the courthouse in 1880. (Dallas Public Library, Texas and Dallas History and Archives Division/The Dallas Morning News Collection) Take a look back at the local history that shaped North Texas through.
1945 - 2018. Lloyd de Witt Bockstruck died May 27, 2018 in Dallas, Texas at the age of 73. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m., Monday, June 11, 2018 at the Interfaith Peace Chapel, Cathedral of Hope, 5910 Cedar Springs Rd., Dallas, TX, 75235 401 Dallas-Fort Worth Tpke. , Dallas, TX. The head in chief of this location, Nadra McCain, sat at her operating desk and custom made an envelope for my package I was shipping away. In 2 reviews. See All Public Services and Government Karen spent 25 years in various roles at The Wall Street Journal, including Dallas bureau chief and personal finance columnist, and was a former business editor of The Dallas Morning News. Allergic to greed, corruption and empty promises, her writing cut through obfuscation and made challenging topics accessible to readers
The Dallas Morning News 1954 Commerce St , Dallas, TX 75201 North Oak Cliff Public Library 1515 Young St , Dallas, TX 75201 Dallas Public Library 1500 Marilla St , Dallas, TX 75201 Dallas Public Library: Oak Lawn Branch 4100 Cedar Springs Rd , Dallas, TX 75219 Dallas Public Library - Hampton-Illinois 2951 S Hampton Rd From the Dallas Public Library: Cynthia Mulcahy created her field guide in fly-poster form, heavy on the history of place, after being astounded by the variety of flora and wildlife she discovered while exploring the fields, creeks, rivers and woods of southern Dallas near her home armed with only a cheap pair of $20 binoculars The former Dallas Public Library, now known as Old Dallas Central Library, is a multi-level civic structure located at 1954 Commerce Street in downtown Dallas, Texas ().It is located on the edge of the Farmers Market District and adjacent to Main Street Garden Park.It is a contributing property in the Dallas Downtown Historic District and the Harwood Street Historic District and, along with. Dallas Celebrates 150, Test your local history I.Q., Dallas Morning News, November 3, 1991 The Peirce Report / Defining the Future, Dallas Morning News , October 27, 1991 Growing a City, (written for school students) coordinated by the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture; published by the Dallas Times Herald in cooperation with.
Dallas History & Archives Division, Dallas Public Library 1515 Young St, Dallas, TX 75201: Askew served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. Soon after the war, he joined the staff of the Dallas Morning News in 1947. Askew became a critic in the Amusements Department and Eventually became assistant editor under John Rosenfield Search Dallas Newspaper Archives. Dallas Daily Herald (1873-1887) Dallas Dispatch (1934-1934) Dallas El Sol De Texas (1976-1977) Dallas Evening Journal (1918-1918) Dallas Express (1919-1921) Dallas Herald (1855-1873) Dallas Journal (1920-1921) Dallas Morning News (1918-1921) Dallas Park Cities News (1968-1980) Dallas Semi Weekly Farm News (1940.
Dallas Public Library. Initiated by the Dallas Federation of Women's Clubs, the Library grew out of, among others, a grant from steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie. It became a War Information Center during WWII, and the decades after its expansion led to the creation of new branches in other parts of the city As told through the Dallas morning news articles covering the period from late May, 1899 through Aug., 1900. An account of the lynching of three innocent farmers in Henderson County, by a mob during the night and early morning of May 23-24, 1899, and the subsequent trials of eleven members of that mob The city of Dallas provides a wealth of public services, ranging from recreation and education, to ensuring the safety of its citizens. This 1950s compilation film from the City of Dallas Municipal Archives provides a look at many of these services, including the Dallas Public Library system and original building, an inside look at historic WRR-FM public radio station, footage of several city.
Biographical Note. Philip Seib came to Dallas in 1972. He taught at Southern Methodist University's Department of Journalism from 1982 to 1999, worked as a political advisor at WFAA television from 1978 to 2000 and was a featured columnist for the Dallas Morning News from 1980 to 1999. Seib was also a member of the Texas Bar Association and has served as the assistant director of the Dallas. March 29, 2019 November 15, 2019 Bianca R. Montes 0 Comments dallas public libraries, Dallas Public Library, Dallas Summer Musicals, Declaration of Independence, hamilton, music hall, Music Hall at Fair Park, Seth Kaller Inc, University Archives The Dallas Morning News and Dallas Public Library are teaming up to offer workshops for students. Education Publishing 1885 - 1952 Sanborn Maps for Dallas County | ProQuest Digital Sanborn Maps. NEWSPAPER ARCHIVES. The Dallas Public Library provides a searchable database of Dallas Morning News articles starting in 1885. Other magazines and journals are also available. A Dallas County library card is required to access these records. OLD CITY DIRECTORIE The Dallas Public Library is offering more than just books with free new or gently used prom gowns and other elegant clothing available for high school girls including LGBTQ students. Dallas Oct.
Dallas, TX obituary and death notices. Search years from 1984 to today for obits, ancestry info. Dallas, TX Obituaries Archives Online | Obits Archive 1984 - 202 Among these are The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Herald, Dallas Times Herald, The Dallas Journal and Dallas Express. Microfilm copies of these publications are availble at the Dallas Public Library. The Dallas Morning News for 1885 to 1975 is available online through the Dallas Public Library website to those living in Dallas with a library card A well-tuned mandolin of a gothic adventure. —Washington Post On the morning of her seventieth birthday, Georgianna Grove receives an unexpected letter that calls her back to Missing Lake, Wisconsin, where her mother was murdered sixty-six years earlier. Georgie's father had confessed to the.. Sherrod, the author, is a fourth-generation resident of Dallas with roots in local showbiz. His research and photos came from his own collections as well as Dallas Morning News archives, the Dallas Public Library and SMU libraries
And then it was just a tedious slog through the Dallas Herald archives (not to be confused with the Dallas Times Herald archives), the Dallas Morning News archives, and old city directories. Here's what I found. First mention of this particular parcel of land was in The Galveston News on March 24, 1883. P. S (From the collections of the Dallas History & Archives Division, Dallas Public Library) A 1944 Dallas Morning News article reported that the city offered 60 acres of park for its 60,000 black residents. In contrast, 5,000 acres were reserved for its 320,000 white citizens Dallas Public Library operates the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library and 29 branch locations, serving more than 9 million visitors each year. A library card is free for any Dallas resident Courtesy of Dallas Public Library Archives This is a scene from another feat of civil engineering: the creation — or the attempted creation — of the Port of Dallas. In 1892, the good ship Snag Boat Dallas of Dallas was employed to clear debris (called snags) out of the Trinity River in order to make the river navigable to ships
George Dahl, the architect of both the former Dallas Morning News building at 508 Young St. and our new home at the old Dallas Public Library, was the city's most prolific designer. As the architect of dozens of public and private buildings in styles ranging from beaux-arts to art deco to modern, his work defines the modern city The Dallas Public Library strengthens communities by connecting people, inspiring curiosity and advancing lives. We have 30 service locations throughout the City of Dallas as well as a broad. The Dallas Times Herald, founded in 1888 by a merger of the Dallas Times and the Dallas Herald, was once one of two major daily newspapers serving the Dallas, Texas area.It won three Pulitzer Prizes, all for photography, and two George Polk Awards, for local and regional reporting.As an afternoon publication for most of its 102 years, its demise was hastened by the shift of newspaper reading.
Dallas Morning News, Apr. 19221, (second quotation); Patrolman and Sergeant to Be Restored Today, Dallas Morning News, Apr. 1, 1922. 13 As to the correct spelling of the league's name, some sources place an apostrophe before Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library.. An 87-year-old woman was found dead by Dallas police officers on Tuesday evening. The victim was killed in east Oak Cliff, according to the detectives investigating the case. An investigation has been set in motion after 87-year-old Anita Daniels Thompson was found dead on July 6, as The Dallas Morning News reports In 1944 she presented to the Dallas Public Library a collection of records from cemeteries in the Dallas area which included this information about the Ferris Cemetery (see Early Dallas County Cemetery Records, from Records Collected by Mrs. Geo. F. Carlisle: The Quarterly, Volume 15, Number 2, June 1969
Public libraries. Dallas Public Library operates the Preston Royal Branch in the Preston Hollow area. It first opened in 1964. Its roof has arches above, and according to Andrew Scoggin of The Dallas Morning News, this makes the library appear distinct compared t By 1968, daily circulation of the Dallas Morning News had grown to 346,273. Edward (Ted) Musgrove Dealey (1892-1969) was born to publisher George Bannerman Dealey and his wife Olivia in Dallas, Texas. A graduate of Dallas public schools, Dealey received a B. A. from the University of Texas in 1913 and a M. A. from Harvard in 1914 Karen Blumenthal* Many longtime readers of The Dallas Morning News and the Wall Street Journal knew Karen Blumenthal as a top-notch reporter and editor. But her journalistic story started long before bylines in the nationally regarded newspapers. Her talents were seen as early as her teen years, when she was editor of Hillcrest High School's award-winning Hillcrest Hurricane and yearbook, as. The Children's Medical Center of Dallas was established in 1948 as an umbrella organization to coordinate the activities of several previously existing children's health-care institutions located near each other on Maple Avenue, in the Oak Lawn section of Dallas. Archives, Dallas Public Library. Dallas Morning News, March 16, April 1.