Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 16, Number 01, Spring, 2004 Page: 62
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Rachel Northington Burrow earned her M.A. in history from SMU. The article in this
issue is excerpted from her thesis, "Juanita Jewel Craft, 1902-1985." She has taught high
school Spanish, English, and history, and is currently Policy Consultant/Analyst for the
Texas Association of School Boards, where she works with school boards, superintendents,
Marvin Dulaney is chair of the Department of History at the College of Charleston and
executive director of the Avery Research Center in Charleston, South Carolina. He
received his M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio State University. The author of many scholarly
articles, he served as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Legacies from 1989 to
1994, while he was on the faculty at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Carolyn Perritt has lived in Dallas since 1983, residing in Old East Dallas for the past
ten years. She earned her BFA from the University of North Texas and is currently pursuing
a Master of Liberal Arts degree at SMU. Her article on William Sidney Pittman
began as a research paper for Darwin Payne in his MLA course on Dallas history. She
works as a web developer.
AUTHORS OF PROFILES:
Sam Childers is Assistant to the Project Director of the Old Red Museum of Dallas County History &
Culture and Editorial Assistant for Legacies. He earned his B.S. in history from Texas Woman's University. He
has previously written profiles of Pearl C. Anderson, George Allen, and William Sidney Pittman for Legacies.
Ross Crabtree grew up in Vernon, Texas, and attended Texas Tech University. He is currently pursuing
advanced computer certification at SMU. He is Administrative Assistant at the Old Red Museum of Dallas
County History & Culture.
Elizabeth York Enstam received her B.A. from Wake Forest, her M.A. from Emory, and her Ph.D. from Duke.
She has taught at several Dallas area universities. Her book Women and the Creation of Urban Life: Dallas, Texas,
1843-1920 was published in 1998. She is a Contributing Editor of Legacies.
Michael V. Hazel is editor of Legacies and author of Dallas:A History of Big D and The Dallas Public Library:
Celebrating a Century of Service, among other books. He earned his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of
Darwin Payne is professor emeritus of communications at SMU. Among his many books are Big D: Triumphs
and Troubles of an American Supercity in the 20th Century (1994, revised 2000) and Dynamic Dallas (2003). His
biography of Judge Sarah T. Hughes will be published by SMU Press this summer.
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