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  Partner: Dallas Heritage Village
 Resource Type: Photograph
 Decade: 1900-1909
 Language: English
[Citizens Association of Dallas Photograph]

[Citizens Association of Dallas Photograph]

Date: May 21, 1902
Creator: unknown
Description: This is a photograph of 21 men. They are posed in three rows, two standing, one sitting. They are identified beneath the photo as the Citizens Association of Dallas. The officers and the Executive Committee are listed. The top left corner has a note indicating that this was given to Commission Don F. Sullivan from Henry D. Lindsley.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Heritage Village
[Panoramic View of Dallas]

[Panoramic View of Dallas]

Date: c. 1905
Creator: Trost
Description: This is a panoramic photograph of Dallas, Texas. The Windsor Hotel is visible.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Heritage Village
[Panoramic View of Dallas]

[Panoramic View of Dallas]

Date: May 1905
Creator: Trost
Description: This is a panoramic photographic image of Dallas, Texas, in 1905. 'Dallas 150,000 Club of Dallas. May 1905' is printed on the photograph.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Heritage Village
[Panoramic View of Dallas]

[Panoramic View of Dallas]

Date: May 1905
Creator: Trost
Description: This is a panoramic image taken in 1905 of Dallas, Texas. The names of many businesses are visible, including Padgitt Bros.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Heritage Village
Texas State Dental Association Photograph

Texas State Dental Association Photograph

Date: 1908
Creator: unknown
Description: This is a panoramic photograph of approximately 100 people, primarily men. They are lined up in four rows outside of a building with large, arched windows. Written on the botton of the photograph is: Texas State Dental Association, Dallas, Texas 1908.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Heritage Village
[Watercolor]

[Watercolor]

Date: 1909
Creator: Louise Roll
Description: This is a watercolor depicting a two story four square home. The sidewalk and yard also appear in the painting. A handwritten note on the back explains that this house was built just north of Louise Roll's house. It burned in 1945.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Heritage Village