Preston Hollow: A Brief History

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It takes only a brief drive past the stately homes that line Preston Hollow’s winding tree-lined streets to understand the neighborhood’s appeal. Glimpse the rich farmland that stunned Ira DeLoache on his fortuitous 1922 flight over the countryside. Revisit the early days of the pre-annexation town, when citizens relied on septic tanks and a volunteer fire department. Stop by institutions like Lobello’s Bar-B-Que or the Northwest Hi-Way Drive-In Theatre and attend Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church’s first service. From the architectural legacy of Charles Dilbeck to the destructive path left by the 2019 tornado, author Jack Walker Drake relates the heritage of a premier Dallas neighborhood.
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ISBN: 9781467149389
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Texas
Series: Brief History
Images: 218
Pages: 176
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Jack Walker Drake has been a resident of the Preston Hollow neighborhood since he was five years old and has always been fascinated by its history. He wrote this book at the age of fifteen. At the time of this book’s release, he is an Elder at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church and attends Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Texas. Jack also has a lifelong passion for aviation and is in the process of getting his pilot’s license at American Flyers at Addison Airport.
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