Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 1, Number 1, Spring, 1989 Page: 40
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Dan Baldwin, Manager of Museum Services for
the Dallas County Heritage Society at Old City
Park, holds an M.A. in English and Expository
Writing from the University of Iowa . . . Linda
Durant is a free-lance advertising artist living in
Irving. Born in Dallas, she is a member of the
Delaware, Shawnee, Creek, and Chickasaw
tribes . . . William Farmer is a professor in
Perkins School of Theology at Southern
Susanne Starling, local historian and former
community college instructor, co-authored A
Stake in the Prairie, a history of Mesquite and
east Dallas County, in 1985. The holder of an
M. A. in History from the University of North
Texas, she is now working on a biography of
Warren A. Ferris.
A. C. Greene is the author of numerous books
of history including A Place Called Dallas,
Dallas: The Deciding Years, and A Town Called
Cedar Springs, as well as a weekly column
on Texas history for the Dallas Morning News.
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 and is currently writing
a history of women in Dallas from 1842 to 1920.
Jackie McElhaney received her B. A. and M. A.
degrees in History from Southern Methodist
University. She is a historical consultant who
recently completed research for the Sixth Floor
Exhibition in Dallas.
Peter Kurilecz received his B. A. from Vanderbilt
and his M. A. in History and Archives Administration
from the University of Texas at
Arlington. He is Records Manager for Enron
Corporation in Houston. Andy Reisberg is the
owner and operator of Photographic Archives
Lab & Gallery in Dallas, a business devoted to
the preservation and restoration of historical
photographs and family papers.
Methodist University. He has done extensive
research on the Dallas Fire of 1860 . . . Joseph
B. Rucker is a well-known exposition consultant
and past president of the International Association
of Fairs and Expositions. He served twentythree
years on the staff and as General Manager
of the State Fair of Texas. He was an SMU
undergraduate during the Centennial Exposition.
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Dallas County Heritage Society. Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 1, Number 1, Spring, 1989, periodical, 1989; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth35122/m1/42/?q=springs: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Historical Society.