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Dallas Origin and Destination Survey
Survey created by the Texas Highway Department in conjunction with the "City and County of Dallas" concerning the "major external routes of vehicular travel radiating from Dallas." The survey asked drivers where their trip began, which roads they traveled on, and their destination. This report includes tables and maps showing the compiled data and the various traffic movements around the city.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas, Report 10: Housing
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes findings on the existing housing in Dallas, the minimum standards for the housing, and a "Proposed Comprehensive Housing Plan for Dallas." Also included are maps and tables exhibiting the housing areas and population statistics in certain housing areas.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas, Report 6: Transportation Facilities, Rail-Air-Highways-Water
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report is broken up into four sections: "Railroad Transportation; Air Transportation; Highway Transportation; Water Transportation," and discusses the existing conditions of each, and proposed plans to improve the transportation system. Also included are maps and a table showing transportation facilities and the "[v]olume and Direction of Passenger and Freight Train Movements - Average Normal Day."
[Dallas City Council Minutes, Book 1]
Recorded minutes for the Dallas City Council with various newspaper clippings and a list of the days the council met and a description of what matters they discussed.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas, Report 11: Public Buildings
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes information regarding public buildings in the Dallas, Texas and the development of future buildings; the maps show plans for the development of a municipal center, and street improvements.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas, Report 8: Land Use
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes maps and tables showing the existing land uses in Dallas as well as descriptions for each type of land use; one of the maps shows the buildings erected from 1935 to 1939, the other map shows buildings erected from 1940 to 1943. Other sections discuss the existing zone ordinance and the requirements of future land use.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas, Report 9: Zoning
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes discussions on new zoning regulations and various land uses; the report is broken into five parts: "District Regulations; Locations of the Districts; Area of the Proposed Districts; Major Features of Text of the Proposed Ordinance; Administration of the Ordinance."
An Outline of the Dallas Master Plan
Outline of the Dallas Master Plan compiled by the Dallas City Plan Commission discussing the fourteen previous reports made by Harland Bartholomew. The report also contains maps showing the city's streets, water distribution, parks, etc. Included in the back is a handwritten list made by Mayor J. Woodall Rodgers listing members of the various boards and committees involved in the planning.
The Master Plan for Dallas, Texas, Report 14: A Preliminary Report Upon a Capital Expenditure Program
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes details concerning a capital expenditure program, such as the allocation of funds, selection of projects and a "[p]roposed 25 Year Program of General Fund Public Improvements. The second part of the report details an improvement program for the water and sanitary sewer systems. The appendix at the end of the report includes 17 tables providing empirical data about the proposed plans.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas Report 3: Past and Probable Future Population
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes tables and charts showing Dallas' population history and expected growth up until approximately 1970; the report looks at factors that could effect the distribution of population, where the future growth may occur, etc.
[Water and Sewage Development Plan Prepared by Dallas City Water Works]
Rough draft of a plan created by Dallas City Waterworks attempting to improve the "water and sanitary sewer utilities serving the Dallas Metropolitan Area." There are charts and graphs throughout the document, including five tables in the back.
[Missed Phone Call Message to Major Wood]
Phone message given to Major Wood with the box checked to call Mr. Ford.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas: Water and Sanitary Sewer Utilities
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes graphs, charts, and maps concerning the development of an improved water and sanitary sewer system; at the back of the report there are maps showing predicted urban development and the Dallas water distribution system.
A Master Plan for Dallas, Texas, Report 8: Land Use
Report providing information about the ongoing city planning for Dallas, Texas that started with the Kessler Plan in 1911. This report includes tables and charts showing current and future land use as well as current and future zoning districts. According to an "Errata" insert, tables 1, 2, and 3, were made using the "wrong acreage for the Dallas parks...use the revised tables in studying this report."
City of Dallas, Texas Water Consumption 1907-1946
Line graph showing the amount of water consumed in billion gallons per year from 1907-1946; the trend of the graph is positive, meaning the city is consuming more and more water per year.
[Checkered Floor at Dallas Garden Center 2]
Photograph of a hallway with seats and black and white checkered floor.
[Checkered Floor at Dallas Garden Center]
Photograph of a hallway with seats and black and white checkered floor.
[Dallas Garden Center Entrance 5]
Photograph of a tall glass entrance with two doors and a sign above them that reads "Dallas Garden Center."
[Swimmers at Fretz Park Pool]
Photograph of children and young people swimming in the pool or bathing in the sun near the pool's edge while a young woman watches from the life guard post.
[Churchill Park Pool]
Photograph of African American children playing in a swimming pool.
[Judges School at Dallas Garden Center]
Photograph of a large group of people sitting around a row of fold-out tables while an older woman sits on a chair on the stage.
[Bonnie View Park Swimming Pool]
Photograph of a large group of African American children playing in the swimming pool at Bonnie View Park.
[Baseball Bleachers at Fretz Park]
Photograph of three nearly filled wooden bleachers outside the fence of a baseball field, including six baseball players.
[Bleachers at Fretz Park]
Photograph of several people sitting on the bleachers near a baseball field, including six young men in baseball uniforms.
[Swimming Pool at Fretz Park]
Photograph of young people swimming close to the edge of the pool at Fretz Park.
[World Cup 1994]
Photograph of a full stadium and field at the 1994 World Cup.
[World Cup 1994 2]
Photograph of a full stadium and field at the 1994 World Cup.
[World Cup 1994 3]
Photograph of a full stadium and field at the 1994 World Cup.
[Lishon School Pool]
Photograph of a fenced off pool near a single tree at the corner of the fences.
[Road Near School]
Photograph of several cars parked along the road near a school building as seen in the distance.
[Woman at City of Dallas Podium]
Photograph of a woman with curled hair and reading glasses standing behind a podium with a sign that reads "City of Dallas Texas."
[Woman Speaking at Podium]
Photograph of a woman with curled hair and reading glasses standing behind a podium with two rows of adults seated behind her.
[Two Men in Suits at Podium]
Photograph of a man with thick glasses and a suit standing at the podium next to an African American in a black suit.
[Christmas Tree in Dallas]
Photograph of a Christmas tree lit and decorated with white and red boxes with carolers standing at the foot of the tree.
[Christmas Tree]
Photograph of a Christmas tree lit and decorated with white and red boxes with carolers standing at the foot of the tree.
[Christmas Lit Courtyard]
Photograph of a courtyard in Dallas lit by Christmas lights.
[Man Standing Behind Podium]
Photograph of an African American man in a white jacket standing behind the City of Dallas podium.
[Christmas Tree and Buildings]
Photograph of a Christmas tree decorated with red and white boxes dwarfed by the skyscrapers nearby.
[Reverchon Park Woodchuck Hill]
Photograph of a field with several structures on the hill near the treeline.
[Croquet at Reverchon Park]
Photograph of three men playing croquet while a man in a wide brim hat standing near a bench watching.
[Redbird Park Swimming Pool]
Photograph of a swimming pool full of swimmers and divers from the high board.
[Treeline at Samuel Elam Park]
Photograph of the trees on a field at Samuel Elam Park.
[Samuel Elam Park]
Photograph of brush on a field at Samuel Elam Park.
[Aerial View of Samuel East Park 3]
Photograph of a bird's eye view of the fields and recreation areas of Samuel East Park.
[Aerial View of Samuel East Park 2]
Photograph of a bird's eye view of the fields and recreation areas of Samuel East Park.
[Basketball on Multiple Use Court at Grauwyler Park]
Photograph of a basketball game taking place on the multiple use court, where one can play tennis, volleyball, dance, skate, and other activities. A large plane flies overhead. The total cost of the park is $7,500 including lights.
[Garrett Park in Daytime]
Photograph of a cleared field with a light pole in the center focus. This picture shows the new lighting installation in Garrett Park - new lighting from a ASA #H36-15 GW/C (Wide Lite) luminaire with 4 - 1,000 watt - 220,000 total lumens Mercury Vapor globes on a 40' Wide Lite aluminum tripod pole.
[Children Playing on See-Saws]
Photograph of young children playing on five wooden see-saws at Exline Park.
[Boys Throwing Football]
Photograph of two young boys throwing a football on a soccer field at Exline Park.
[Brownwood Park Batter]
Photograph of an adult man batting next to a much younger catcher.