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The Second Printing Has Arrived!

Well, it’s been a few years, but the second printing is finally a reality. On March 1, 2018 we took delivery of 3,000 + new coffee table books. The second printing is even more remarkable than the first.  Our critically acclaimed coffee table book, Texas As I See It (volume I) was a gorgeous example…
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Texas As I See It

Pre-Ordering for 2nd Printing Starts Today

Well buckaroos and buckarettes, it’s been a long road, but today marks a milestone. The first printing of Texas As I See It sold all 3,000 copies in 3 years.  We have had so much else going on that we just could not commit the resources to a reprint.  Until NOW. Endorsed by Ebby Halliday…
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This Day in Texas History: “Bandit Queen” Marries for the Last Time

This Day in Texas History: “Bandit Queen” Marries for the Last Time June 5, 1880 On this day in 1880, Myra Maybelle (Belle) Shirley Reed, the “Bandit Queen,” married her second, or possibly third, husband, Sam Starr, in the Cherokee Nation. Belle Starr was born near Carthage, Missouri, in 1848. During the Civil War her…
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Many of Our Images in Pencil Skirts

We have more than one fulfillment company that handles applying our vast library of images to a variety of products.  Just recently they started offering pencil skirts as an option and of course we hopped right on it and started engineering images for this medium. All you gals know that a spectacular pencil skirt is…
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Art Show Reception May 8th at North Haven Gallery

Art Show Reception! Please join us May 8th from 4-6:30pm for a reception at North Haven Gardens Gallery. Come on down and visit. May 8, 2015 4pm – 6:30pm The Gallery at North Haven Gardens 7700 Northhaven Rd Dallas, TX 75230 214-363-5316

This Day in Texas History: Mason County Courthouse Burns

This Day in Texas History: Mason County Courthouse Burns January 21, 1877 On this day in 1877, the Mason County courthouse burned, destroying all early county records, including those pertaining to the Mason County War. This deadly episode began as a feud over cattle rustling but grew into a conflict between the Anglo and German…
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2015 Calendars Available NOW

We have 2015 calendars available in several themes. This is the time to order if you want them by the end of the year. They are each individually printed and assembled right here in North Dallas using heavy card stock produced in Texas as well. When we say “Made in the Great State of Texas“, we mean it.…
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This Day in Texas History: Alexander Cockrell Buys Dallas Townsite

This Day in Texas History: Alexander Cockrell Buys Dallas Townsite August 7, 1852 On this day in 1852, Alexander Cockrell paid $7,000 for the portion of the John Neely Bryan homestead that included the Dallas townsite and the Trinity River ferry concession. Bryan, a Tennessee native born in 1810, had settled at a natural ford…
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This Day in Texas History: Neiman Marcus Founder is Born

This Day in Texas History: Neiman Marcus Founder is Born May 03, 1883 Carrie Marcus Neiman (1883–1953), merchant and fashion authority, was born on May 3, 1883, in Louisville, Kentucky, to Jacob and Delia (Bloomfield) Marcus, German immigrants. In 1895 she moved with her family to Hillsboro, Texas. Although Carrie did not complete a formal…
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We Will Be In Deep Ellum All Weekend

Join us for the 20th annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival in Dallas this weekend. Over 200 artists Live music on 2 stages Lots of food, beverages and night life Friday, Saturday and Sunday This is our third year exhibiting in Deep Ellum and we have expanded our booth to a 10×20 configuration to provide more…
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