PENCIL SKETCHES OF DALLAS.
Dallas: The Authors Press, 1933. pp. Illustrations. Green paper over boards with an insert picture of downtown Dallas, black spine. First edition, limited to 300 copies. Fine copy (no dust jacket issued). This volume, given away as Christmas presents by the First National Bank, features 20 drawings by Dallas artist and illustrator, Guy Cahoon. He captures a number of notable Dallas scenes and buildings with his delightful sketches. Among them are drawings of downtown, Dallas’ financial district, Turtle Creek, White Rock Lake, the Highland Park Town Hall, the old Federal Reserve Building, Dallas Hall at S.M.U., First Methodist Church, Union Station and a host of others. Unfortunately, some of them have been torn down in the name of progress. Contains a brief history of Dallas from its founding in 1841 by John Neely Bryan up to 1890. Seldom offered.