The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 88, July 1984 - April, 1985 Page: 422
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performing arts tries to balance developments nationally and locally. In
the catalogue, for example, are listed interviews not only with such na-
tional performers as the late Arthur Fiedler of the Boston Pops Or-
chestra and the late playwright Paddy Chayefsky, but also with per-
formers who worked with Margo Jones in her theater, the former
concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and managers of lo-
cal movie theater chains. There are even interviews with Dallas exotic
dancers. Not only performers but also directors, agents, and others
who do not usually appear before the public are included. The three-
and-a-half pages of interviews still in progress indicate that the collec-
tion will continue to grow. For more information write the Oral History
Collection, DeGolyer Institute for American Studies, Southern Metho-
dist University, Dallas 75275-
A fund-raising project of the Texas Sesquicentennial Commission is
the Texas Celebrity Cookbook. With more than three hundred recipes and
eight color pictures, the washable hardbound book retails for $14.95.
Special wholesale rates are available for local organizations raising
money for the Sesquicentennial. The book itself and information about
wholesale prices may be obtained from Gardner Farkas Press, Inc., P.O.
Box 33229, Fort Worth 76162.
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