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15 Interview, David Wynne.
16 Larry P. Fuller, ed., The American Institute ofArchitects
Guide to Dallas Architecture (Dallas: AIA Dallas Chapter,
1999), 83, 94
17 City of Dallas Building permit files, various addresses.
18 Permit # 3468, 2319 Salerno, City of Dallas Building
permit files. Angus Wynne named the streets in
Wynnewood for battles, ships, and military leaders of the
recent war. Streets south of Illinois Avenue were named for
the USS Nicholson, Wynne's own ship, as well as the
destroyers O'Bannon and Bancroft, and for battles, including
Salerno and Anzio, in which the USS Nicholson played
a role. General (later President) Dwight Eisenhower had a
street in Wynnewood named for him, as did generals and
admirals such as Nimitz, Bradley, and Halsey. In the later,
northern addition of Wynnewood, streets were named
Manus, Monssen, Hoel, Mayrant, and Woolsey for naval
destroyers, and Bizerte for a North African battlesite in
which Wynne's ship played a prominent role.
19 The Dallas Morning News, December 22, 1946, V: 2.
20 Ibid., October. 18, 1946, I: 1.
21 Ibid., August. 25, 1946, II: 1.
22 Interview, Luther Clark, July 15,2002.
23 The Dallas Morning News, June 30, 1946.
24 Ibid., January 8, 1947, I: 1.
25 Ibid., January 12, 1947, V: 1.
26 Ibid., July 7, 1946, V: 1
27 Ibid., August. 11, 1946, II: 1.
28 "Dallas Leads Texas Major Cities in Rate of
Residential Construction," Dallas, Dallas Chamber of
Commerce, December 1946, 61.
29 The Dallas Morning News, undated clipping, collection
of Suzanne O'Brien, 1974
30 Ibid., April 26, 1952, VII: 4.
31 Ibid., May 24, 1953, VIII: 1- 8.
32 Interview, Mrs. Sidney Harper, June 9, 2002.
33 Interview, Luther Clark, June 14, 2002.
34 Oak Cliff Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce (August
35 Interview with Luther Clark.
36 Urban Land Institute, Urban Land (February 1950), 3.
37 Burt C. Blanton, Technical survey portraying present
andfuture.... Wynnewood Products Co., typescript,
Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public
38 Interview with Luther Clark.
39 The Dallas Morning News, January 21, 1959, unidentified
clipping, Texas/Dallas Archives clipping file.
40 Oak Clf Tribune, November 7, 1960, 1.
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