Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 22, Number 2, Fall 2010 Page: 59
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Gwinnetta Malone Crowell spent twenty-five years in the legal community
before returning to the University of Texas at Arlington to complete an under-
graduate degree. She won UTA's Phi Alpha Theta E.C. Barksdale Historical Essay
Award in 2005 for her research paper, "Go and Sin No More: The Berachah
Industrial Home for the Redemption and Protection of Erring Girls." She earned
an Honors B. A. degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from UTA in 2007. Crowell
taught at Richland College last spring and is currently continuing graduate stud-
ies at UTA.
Emily George Grubbs is a Dallas native. She received her B.A. in anthropology
from Southern Methodist University in 20(08 and is pursuing her M.S. in Library
Science at the University of North Texas. She currently works as the curatorial
assistant in Byxvaters Special Collections in the Hamon Arts Library at Southern
While growing up in Dallas, Mark Rice often accompanied his father, a court
reporter, to his offices in the Kirby and Gulf States Buildings. Mark was fascinat-
ed by the old downtown buildings, their architecture and the stories behind them.
After graduating from UTA with a degree in history, Mark entered the business
world but never lost his passion for local history. A Lake Highlands resident, Mark
is the author of Dowunrtowi Dallas: Romaitic Past, Mloderi Rcmaissaucc, published by
Brown Books in 2007.
Thomas H. Smith received his Ph.D. in history from Kent State University. He
has served as Executive Director of Old City Park, the Legends of the Game
Baseball Museum at the Ballpark in Arlington, and the Old Red Museum of
Dallas County History & Culture, and as Interim Director of the Dallas Historical
Society. A member of the Lc4acics Editorial Advisory Board, he wrote about
African-American evangelist "Sin Killer" Griffin for the fall 2005 issue.
Dallas Heritage Village: p. 4
Dallas Historical Society: pp. 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 60
The Dallas Morniin Nci's: pp. 35 and 36
Dallas Public Library:
Fine Arts Division: pp. 44 and 45
Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division: 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25, 29
Mark Rice: front cover and pp. 2, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41,
Mary McCord/Edyth Renshaw Collection, Jerry Bywaters Special Collections,
Hamon Arts Library, Southern Methodist University: pp. 43, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52
Photograph by Chas. C. McAnally: p. 47 (top)
Photograph by Stanley R. Probst: p. 47 (bottom)
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