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Ghosts of Dallas: Music Hall at Fair Park, 1935

How the iconic entertainment venue has changed over 80 years.

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“Fair Park Auditorium (today the Music Hall) during Centennial Exposition construction,” circa 1934/1935.

We’re running a series of Ghosts of Dallas images in recognition of the 80th anniversary of Fair Park, which is being officially celebrated last week.

Share your own Ghosts of Dallas.

Original photo: J. Elmore Hudson, provided courtesy of James E. Hudson III

Photo: Leah Clausen

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