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Downtown Dallas, Texas. I wonder what year this might be?

Work on Dealey Plaza in Dallas - Dealey Plaza was completed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA), and was named in honor of George Bannerman Dealey, an early publisher of The Dallas Morning News

John Neely Bryan's.replica Cabin circa 1936-42. The replica of Dallas’ first house was erected after a flood destroyed the original  - The spit rail fence, more for historical effect than function.

replica Cabin circa The replica of Dallas’ first house was erected after a flood destroyed the original - The spit rail fence, more for historical effect than function.

Sanger-Harris  Akard and Pacific  Dallas, Texas (1857/1965)     DOWNTOWN STORE DIRECTORY (456,000 sq. ft.)   Lower Le...

The Department Store Museum: Sanger-Harris, Dallas, Texas. The building still exists as the headquarters for DART.

Somewhat abandoned Valley View Mall in Dallas

Somewhat abandoned Valley View Mall in Dallas

Aerial view, downtown Dallas, Texas, triple underpass, Old Red Courthouse (1948) by coltera, via Flickr

Aerial view, downtown Dallas, Texas, triple underpass, Old Red Courthouse

Swiss Avenue, Dallas, Texas. Aerial photo, looking west towards downtown. circa 1950

Swiss Avenue, about photo looking west towards Downtown Dallas, Texas. Photo from Reminiscences: A Glimpse of Old East Dallas.

early Majestic downtown Dallas

Early photo of the Majestic Theater, Downtown Dallas, Texas.

One of the most recognizable and singular Dallas landmarks is the red neon Pegasus. The building was originally Magnolia Oil (which became Mobile Oil). Now it is the Magnolia Hotel.

The Red Flying Horse in Downtown/Pegasus

Posts about Dallas Texas written by kimberdma, MarthaM, joniwilson, and slizotte

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