The commercial real estate pioneer built a diversified portfolio to become one of the country’s largest landlords, with holdings valued at $7.6 billion in today’s dollars.
By Christine Perez and How Leo F. Corrigan Helped Shape the Dallas Skyline Sara Rushing
In the mid 19th century, European settlers with the dream of creating a utopian socialist commune changed the landscape of Dallas.
By Shefali Konda
Adelfa Botello Callejo came from segregated schools in South Texas to be the first Hispanic woman to graduate from law school at SMU.
By Maria Lawson
He was once referred to as "“one of the greatest—if not the greatest—teacher of practical agriculture this country has ever known.”
Juanita Craft was the first Black woman to vote in a Dallas County public election and went on to serve on the city council.
By Mariah Terry
40 years ago, Mariano Martinez adapted a soft serve ice cream machine to invent the refreshing adult beverage.
By Chance Townsend