Reading "Dallas, Too" is like enjoying fine champagne with all the bubbles and none of the aftereffects! Rose-Mary jogs down "Nostalgia Lane" with people like R.L. Thornton, Melvin Kiser, Dr. George W. Truett, Shefiff Bill Decker, and Dean Imogene. Then she tootles around the Metroplex to Deep Ellum, the Lady of White Rock Lake, selected cemeteries. and Sam, Eatensom's Grocery Store--to mention just a few stops in the story-packed book. Rose-Mary Rumbley is synonymous with the lighter side of Dallas. A lifelong resident, and always an astute observer of what's going on, she is able to take the reader to Dallas "the way it was"--when people felt close to and friendly with not only their neighbors but also their grocer, barber, mail carrier, the department store salesperson... A former teacher and actress, and now a historian and sought-after speaker, Rose-Mary Rumbley can really find and tell a good story. This beautiful, red hardcover has the book title in gold stamped lettering on the spine and the full, glossy dust jacket features a color photograph of the famed author, Rose-Mary Rumbley.
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Book Description Eakin Pr, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1571684212
Book Description Eakin Pr, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111571684212