Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 14, Number 2, Fall, 2002 Page: 1
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A HISTORY JOURNAL FOR DALLAS AND NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS
VOLUME XIV, NUMBER II
4 Dallas Fringe Communities andAnnexation, i89o-i978
by John H. Slate
I5 Early Dallas Bungalow Neighborhoods
by Margaret Culbertson
26 Preston Hollow
by Peter Flagg Maxson
39 Wynnewood: '1 Tonic to the Shelter-Hungry Nation"
by Ron Emrich
52 From Water Supply to Urban Oasis: White Rock Lake Park, Parti
by Steven Butler
24 Carrollton Heights
by Hal Simon
by Sam Childers
Michael V. Hazel
Book Review Editor
Elizabeth York Enstam
Gerald D. Saxon
Robert B. Fairbanks
University of Texas atArlington
Texas Womans University
Tarrant County College
Southern Methodist University
Dallas Public Library
Thomas H. Smith
Old Red Courthouse
2 From the Editor
Legacies: A History Journalfor Dallas and North Central Texas is published semiannually by the
Dallas Historical Society; Old City Park: The Historical Village of Dallas; the Old Red
Foundation; and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza for their members. The editor
welcomes articles relating to the history of Dallas and North Central Texas. Please address
inquiries to Editor, Legacies, I7I7 Gano St., Dallas, Texas 75215.
Copyright 2002: Dallas Historical Society; Old City Park: The Historical Village of Dallas;
the Old Red Foundation; and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
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