"The Hidden City" - iconic book about Oak Cliff
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Vintage multi-use building is the cover photo on the book The Hidden CityGreat opportunity to get a limited edition book about old Oak Cliff!

Filled with wonderful pictures, this gem includes many fine historic buildings and street scenes, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Bonnie & Clyde. It shares stories about the beginnings and many founders of this great, iconic area of Dallas.

"The Hidden City - Oak Cliff, Texas"
by Bill Minutaglio, Holly Williams


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The 2016 Fall Home Tour
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Photographs courtesy of Shoot2Sell.

 Brighton Ave. - L.O. Daniel                                           Willomet Ave. - Winnetka Heights                                                            

S. Clinton Ave. - S. Winnetka                                        Crutchfield Ln. - Kidd Springs                                    

N. Clinton Ave. - Kings Hwy.                                         Hollywood Ave. - Hampton Hills

Siesta Dr. - Druid Hills                                                  Lausanne Ave. - Kessler Park

Cedar Hill Ave. - East Kessler Park

2016 Home Tour
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This year's OOCCL Fall Home Tour will be October 15 and 16 from 12:00-6:00 both days.  TIckets can be purchased online, at Kessler Baking Co., Lucky Dog Books or at participating Tom Thumb's:
315 S Hampton
           6333 Mockingbird
            522 Preston Royal Center
633 W. Wheatland (Duncanville) 

Tickets purchased online will be held at Will Call.  Tickets may be picked up at Will Call the weekend of the tour during tour hours.  Will Call is in the Bishop Arts Distrcit at the corner of Bishop and 8th. 

Tour is rain or shine.  
Join the OOCCL and Preservation Dallas to Tour Historic Church Restoration
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alt Tuesday, August 23rd  at 6 p.m.

410 South Windomere, Dallas 75208

Join Preservation Dallas and the Oak Cliff Conservation League at the 1929 Winnetka Congregational Church, now being revitalized as the Historic Church Restoration Project.  Architect T.J. Galbraith's Gothic design is an alluring facet of the Winnetka Heights Historic District and its transition to a multi-use facility is a fascinating story you do not want to miss!

The Church is an active construction site and guests wearing high heels or open toed shoes will not be admitted.


Lot parking is available 410 South Windomere.


Admission is free for members of Preservation Dallas and OOCCL, $20 for general public. Reservations are required. RSVP at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 214-821-3290

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