Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 16, Number 01, Spring, 2004 Page: 64
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Lost...Can you help identify this historic photograph ?
This photograph is part of the Juanita Craft Collection at the Dallas Public Library. If you can help
identify any of the individuals, or the occasion, please contact Amie Treuer at the Texas/Dallas History &
Archives Division, 214-670-1435 or atreuer@dallaslibrary. org.
A n d F o u n d ! Several people helped identify the "Lost Legacies" photo
in the spring issue. Among the first were Chick Pierce and Darwin Payne.
The occasion was a Dallas Symphony Orchestra super pops concert at the
Marriott Motor Hotel in December 1967. Six Dallas civic leaders were guest
performers in a presentation of Mozart's "Toy Symphony." Pictured left to
right are Stanley Marcus; D. Vornholt, a DSO employee; MayorJ. Erik
Jonsson; Lloyd Bowles of Dallas Federal Savings and Loan;James W.Aston
of Republic National Bank;John Stemmons, real estate developer; and
Robert Cullum of Tom Thumb.
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