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Year-End List: Most Popular Posts of 2018

The readers have spoken: the top ten posts of 2018.

Year-End List: My Favorite Posts of 2018

The subjects I most enjoyed researching and writing about in 2018.

Year-End List: My Favorite Images Posted in 2018

Personal favorite photos, postcards, and artworks posted in 2018.

Dallas in “The Western Architect,” 1914: City Buildings and Churches

Firehouses, churches, a hospital, and Dallas’ first art museum.

Dallas in “The Western Architect,” 1914: Places of Leisure, Etc.

4 clubhouses, a theater, a hotel, and a school.

Dallas in “The Western Architect,” 1914: The Adolphus Hotel

The stunning hotel, which cost more than a million dollars to build, opened in 1912.

Dallas in “The Western Architect,” 1914: Businesses

Ten Dallas business houses built before 1914; nine are still standing.

Dallas in “The Western Architect,” 1914: Skyscrapers and Other Sources of Civic Pride

Impressive buildings, all, remarkably, built around the same time.

Dallas in “The Western Architect,” 1914: Residences of East Dallas, South Dallas, and More

Early ’10s residences in Old East Dallas, South Dallas, Uptown, and Oak Cliff.

Dallas in “The Western Architect,” 1914: Park Cities Residences

Eight beautiful homes built in the early 1910s.