Historic and architectural resources of Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas / [prepared by Daniel Hardy, with assistance from W. Dwayne Jones (Texas Historical Commission)]. [1994]

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Hardy, Daniel. Historic and architectural resources of Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas / [prepared by Daniel Hardy, with assistance from W. Dwayne Jones (Texas Historical Commission)].

Historic and architectural resources of Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas / [prepared by Daniel Hardy, with assistance from W. Dwayne Jones (Texas Historical Commission)]. [1994]

1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.

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The Texas State Historical Survey Committee was created on a temporary basis in 1953 (Senate Concurrent Resolution 44, 53rd Legislature, Regular Session) to administer a comprehensive state program for historical preservation; it was given more permanent status in 1957 (Senate Bill 426, 55th Legislature, Regular Session). The committee was composed of eighteen members appointed for six-year terms by the governor. It had the power to erect historical markers, to check the historical ...