The city of Dallas was founded near the Trinity River in 1841, and was incorporated as a city in 1856. It has grown to become the third largest city in Texas, and the eighth largest in the country. This beautiful map provides a look at the beginnings of the city. Complete reference list below.
Features numbered references to the following locations:
1. Ursuline Academy. Apply to Mother Superior.
2. McLeod Hotel.
3. Central National Bank. T. J. Oliver, President.
4. G.H. Schoellkopf. Wholesale Saddlery, Leather, Etc.
5. Murphy & Bolanz, Real Estate Brokers and Investment Bankers.
6. Dallas County Court House.
7. Southern Distilling Co., E.M. Tillman, Prest.
8. Guild Building.
9. Henderson Building.
10. Wholesale Saddlery, Carriages, Etc., 248, 250 Commerce St.
11. The Oak Cliff College For Young Ladies, M. Thos. Edgerton, President.
12. St. Mary's Institute. Under the auspices of the Protestand Episcopal Church. Rt. Rev. A.C. Garrett, D.D., Prest, and Rector.
13. Parlin & Orendorff, Co., Wholesale Implements, Vehicles and Wagons.
14. Knepfly & Son, Jewelers.
15. The Galveston News. A.H. Belo & Co., Publishers, Galveston, Texas.
16. Dallas Cotton Mills, W. C. Howard, Prest.
17. Rail Road Plaining and Moulding Mills.
18. Munger Inproved Cotton Machine Manufacturing Co.
19. Trinity Cotton Oil Co.
20. The Dallas News. A. H. Belo & Co., Publishers, Dallas, Texas.
21. Hughes Bros., Grocers' Shelf Goods. Hughes and Ervay Sts.
22. Keating Implement and Machine Co. Largest Implement House in the South.
23. Dallas City Hall.
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