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22nd Annual LEGACIES Dallas Historical Conference Theme: Law & Disorder in Dallas Revisited
January 30, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am CST
Join W. Marvin Dulaney Branch DFW ASALH at the 22nd Annual LEGACIES Dallas Historical Conference!
This years theme: Law & Disorder in Dallas Revisited
This conference will be held virtually as well as video tours of various parts of the Old Red Courthouse to be shown between presentations.
Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park
1515 South Harwood Street
Dallas, Texas 75215
“Historic Courthouses and Jails in Dallas” by Marcel Quimby
“A Fun Look at Crime” by Rose-Mary Rumbley
“Murder It Was: The Deaths of Two Women That Shocked Dallas in the 1910s” by Rene Schmidt
“Horror in Hollywood Heights” by Teresa Musgrove
“Ejected from Old Red: Black Jury Service in the Time of Jim Crow” by Ralph Cousins
“The Man with Nine Lives: Herbert “The Cat” Noble” by Peter Kurilecz
Conference Tickets (at $10 each): Email address will be necessary to receive instructions
for virtual attendance at conference.
Patrons Tickets (at $100 each): A virtual patron reception will be held beginning at
6:30 P.M. Thursday, January 28, featuring an exclusive “behind the scenes” video
tour of the Red Courthouse-from the basement to the clock tower followed by
questions and answers from Evelyn Montgomery Executive Director of the Old Red
Museum of Dallas County History and Culture.