Take a magical journey back in time to view historically rich Dallas, Texas. This lone-star city? history comes alive, displayed in over 140 precious views of hand-tinted postcards from the late 1800s through the 1940s. See the old City Hall (the setting for the assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald) and the famous Fair Park, with its magnificent gardens, buildings and parks. See the John Neely Bryan cabin, Southern Methodist University, and the Tower Petroleum Building. Gape at the red flying horse atop the Magnolia Building, drawing visitors from afar. Look down beautiful State Park Boulevard and observe the crowds along Main Street. Delight in the grand architecture and rich cultural life of Dallas long ago.
Mary L. Martin owns a three-generation family business, the largest postcard operation in the world located in Perryville, Maryland. Dinah Roseberry is an accomplished author and editor, with special interest in economic development and tourism.