Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 24, Number 2, Fall 2012 Page: 29
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1B; Dallas County Texas Index to Naturalization Records,
Dallas Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 28, no. 2, 75-98;
DMN, October 16, 1898.
51The Evening World, New York, N.Y, December 11,
1901; NewYork Times, February 6, 1902; Charles P. LeWarne,
Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885-1915 (Seattle, Washington:
University of Washington Press, 1995), 262; Robert P.
Sutton, Modern American Communes, A Dictionary (Westport,
Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005), 77; The
San Francisco Call,December 27, 1908; (San Francisco Municipal
Record, vol. 15 (January-December 1922): 359; "Declaration
of Candidacy for Mayor, Alexander Horr," Declarations of
Candidacy Including Statements of Qualifications for Candidates
and Bond Proposition to be voted for at General Municipal Election
and Special Election to be held November 3, 1931, City of San
Francisco, California, C.J. Collins, Registrar ofVoters, 5.
52DMN, May 2, 1898; Nashville Globe, March 1, 1907.
5"DMN, August 7, 8 and 17, 1898.
54Ibid.,August 22, 1898.
ssDallas Times Herald,August 12, 1899; DMN,August 11,
56"John Rollings Charlesworth, Blue Grass Blade,
Lexington, Kentucky, 17, no. 5 (May 24, 1908): 2; DMN,
September 21 and 25, 1900.
57DMN, August 12, 1901.
ssIbid.,August 11, 1902.
59Ibid., March 24, 25, and 26, 1904.
Williams House - Stevens Park Estates
Built by Thomas S. Williams, the owner of Dixie
Wax Paper, this 1935-36 English country estate
home on West Colorado, is reminiscent of the de-
signs of Charles Dilbeck. Sited on three lots, the
house is constructed of limestone, redwood and
patterned brick and retains its original tile roof.
It originally had a clay tennis court and stable on
two adjacent lots as well as a 1935 air condition-
ing system designed for a movie theater - making
it one of the first air conditioned homes in Dallas.
The adjacent lots were sold in the 1960s, but por-
tions of the original wall that enclosed all five lots
and an original stone koi pond still remain.
Celebrating 40 years of
2922 Swiss Avenue Dallas, TX 75204
Tel. 214.821.3290 Fax 214.821.3575
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