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Beautiful Lake Cliff, clean, cool, delightful: the Southwest's greatest playground; it's in Dallas
Booklet detailing the attractions and rides at Lake Cliff, including a Ferris Wheel, 30 acre lake, and water rides such as "Shoot the chutes." Discusses construction of the park and the managing officers.
Charter, constitution and by-laws, officers and members of Sterling Price Camp, United Confederate Veterans, Camp No. 31: organized, October 13th, 1889, in the city of Dallas, Texas.
This book includes the charter, constitution and by-laws of the Sterling Price Camp of the United Confederate Veterans, including a roster of members with their rank and unit affiliations.
Dallas Police Department
This book includes photographs of the Dallas mayor, commissioners, police chief, detectives, mounted police, and other units. Includes a history of the department and biographies of some individuals.
Dallas, Texas
A book featuring a collection of views of Dallas, including: the Old Red Courthouse; a birds eye view of Dallas; the Carnegie Library; Main Street Scene; Post Office; Confederate Monument; City Hall; National Exchange Bank; City National Bank; Titche-Goettinger Co.; Oriental Hotel; Sanger Bros. Building; Columbia School; William B. Travis School; Central High School; City Park; Catholic Cathedral of Sacred Heart; Jewish Temple Emanuel; St. Matthews Cathedral, Episcopal; Methodist Church; St Paul's Sanitarium; Ursuline Convent; St. Mary's College.
Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas.
This book is a biographical view of Dallas, Texas and its history. The book uses many narratives of the individuals who helped shape Dallas history. The book has various content including: biographies of all of the U.S. Presidents; a list of Dallas County pioneers from 1841-1850; an overview of Dallas history; and hundreds of brief biographies, including some illustrations.
Official directory, taxpayers of Dallas County, Texas
Directory of Dallas County Tax Payers in 1896, noting names, post office, acreage, value, city value and personal value.