Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 16, Number 01, Spring, 2004 Page: 63
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Robert B. Fairbanks is Professor of History at the University of Texas at Arlington. An urban historian, he
received his Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati. He is the author of For the City as a Wlilc: Planning,
Politics, and the Pnblic Intercst in Dallas, Texas, 1goo-1965 .... Susan McMath Platt earned her M.A. in English
with a minor in theater from Stephen F Austin University. Currently the Administrator of the Old Red
Museum of Dallas County History & Culture, she once performed at the Majestic Theater .... Susanne
Starling taught history at El Centro College for three years and at Eastfield College for fifteen before retiring
in 1985. She is the author of Land Is the Cry! Warren Anglus Ferris, Pioneer Texas Suirveyor and Founder of Dallas
Dallas Historical Society: pp. 12, 13, 41; Tlie Dallas .orning Neils: pp. 25, 26, 30, 32-33 (all except Bunkley, Partee, and Durham;
City Council; and Mayor Kirk), 35, 37, 38; Dallas Municipal Archives, pp. 29, 32-33 (City Council and Mayor Kirk); Carol Ann
Jackson Miller: pp. 6, 7, 9, 10(), I 1; National Archives-Central Plains Region: p. 47; Old City Park: The Historical Village of Dallas:
front cover (lower image) and p. 15;Tenlple Ernanu-El Archives: p. 2;Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division, Dallas Public
Library: pp. 5, 17, 18, 20, 23, 32 (Bunkley, Partee, and Durharnm), 64
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