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  • 1. Dallas Heritage Village: 2005 Annual Report A vibrant future springs from a vibrant past.
  • 2. Chairman and President’s Report This past year, the second year as Chairman for Jolene Masur and the tenth year as President for Gary Smith, Old City Park made an important transformation. As you can see from the cover of this Report, our Board of Trustees voted to change the name of the museum to Dallas Heritage Village. This move came after long and thoughtful study and consideration, guided by marketing and advertising leader Publicis-USA, which donated its services to the museum to guide us through the name-changing process. The Old City Park name remains as the location of Dallas Heritage Village, the nationally accredited, award-winning living history museum that we have operated for almost forty years. The new name continues to honor the historical grounds on which we operate—Old City Park—while giving proper clarification to our museum and its mission. One of our new marketing slogans on our T-shirts is: “I go back and forth in time.” At Dallas Heritage Village we believe that we indeed exist in both the past and the future. Although we deal with the past on a daily basis, we are constantly working for the future. While we pay this year’s financial obligations, we are setting up next year’s fund raising events. Our continuing efforts to plan and raise money for the Education and Visitor Center will help the museum grow in service to the community in future years. Further, we are working hard now to broaden our first-person interpretive Village programming, with the 1901 Tejano program receiving a seed grant from the Summerlee Foundation in late 2005. Future plans call for an ambitious 1861 and 1901 first-person African-American experience, and an expansion of the 1901 Orthodox Jewish Blum House program. In keeping with positioning the museum for the future, it is also fitting that last year saw the launching of our great new event, Gone to Texas. By moving our major fundraiser off site, we accommodated more people; by putting Texas in the name, we broadened our appeal and staked our claim to a broader piece of Texas heritage than just Dallas. This daring move proved to be successful, as the new event drew more than 650 in its first year. Now, as we are working on GTT 2006, we are optimistic that it will continue to grow into a major source of operating revenue for Dallas Heritage Village and its Texas history education programs. We hope you will enjoy reading about our past year, and hope to see you often in the future. Jolene Masur, Chairman of the Board Gary N. Smith, President, Dallas Heritage Village One
  • 3. Dallas Heritage Village When marketing studies revealed that a large portion of the public thought that “Old City Park” was an old municipal park, focus Preparing to groups were formed to arrive at a new name for the award-winning, nationally accredited Serve the living history museum. In fall of 2005, “Old City Park” Community became “Dallas Heritage Village,” complete with a new look, logo, for the Next brochures, signage, and website. 40 Years The name change, generously supported by the pro bono services of Publicis-USA and by support from Millet the Printer, 1 Millet the Printer provided workmen happened on the eve of the to erect new signage around the perimeter museum’s 40th anniversary in of the Village. 2 The Publicis-USA 2006. With an eye toward team meets with Dallas Heritage Village serving the community for the staff. 3 President Gary Smith at the next forty years, “Dallas Heritage name ceremony in fall 2005. On the dais Village” is taking additional steps is City Councilwoman Pauline Medrano in 2006 to position the museum and longtime museum supporter as the Southwest’s premier living 2 Lindalyn Adams. history museum. 1 3 Two
  • 4. Mission Statement The mission Operating Name Dallas Heritage Village Annual Attendance Approximately of Dallas Heritage Village is Corporate Name Dallas County 65,000, including 30,000 schoolchildren. to preserve representative Heritage Society (DCHS) Historic Structures There are 38 his- structures, artifacts, and other Founded in 1966. The first historic toric structures in the Village. All his- historical materials related to structure moved to the Village was the toric buildings on tour were moved the history of Dallas and North 1855 Millermore home. from locations throughout North Central Texas between the Management Dallas Heritage Village is Central Texas and date from 1840 to years 1840-1910 and, through managed by the Dallas County Heritage 1910. Two buildings not part of the regu- educational programming, Society (DCHS) on behalf of the City of lar tour, the Bandstand and the to interpret these historical Dallas under a long-term management Chautauqua Pavilion, are modern con- materials to the public, partic- agreement. Dallas Heritage Village is struction based upon turn-of-the-last- ularly the youth of our State. located at Old City Park, which is owned century architectural styles. The museum’s primary vehicle by the City of Dallas; the historic build- Interpretation The western half of the for accomplishing this mission is ings in the Village are purchased and Village is interpreted as 1861; the eastern its operation of Dallas Heritage restored by DCHS, then deeded to the half is interpreted as 1901. Some of the Village as a historical museum, City. DCHS owns the historical artifacts buildings, such as the 1861 Heritage which it does through a man- and furnishings used to interpret Dallas- Farmstead and the 1901 Blum house, are agement agreement with the area history and heritage to the public. staffed with interpreters dressed in period City of Dallas. These structures, Fiscal Information The 2004-2005 budg- clothing, portraying people of that time along with museum-owned et was $1,292,215. Partial funding for period. The interpreters interact with the historical furnishings, artifacts, the museum’s operations and mainte- public and demonstrate the lifestyle and and other historical materials, nance is provided by the Office of culture of the times. are used to sponsor educational Cultural Affairs, City of Dallas. Grounds Acreage Thirteen acres inside the programs, exhibits, publications, maintenance is provided by the Park Village, with seven acres south of Gano special events, and research and Recreation Department, City of ready for expansion. programs for diverse audiences Dallas. All remaining funds are raised of adults, families, and children. privately by DCHS. The museum’s Items of Note financial records are audited on an Dallas Heritage Village is the Southwest’s annual basis. largest living history museum. Dallas Heritage Village is an award- winning nationally accredited museum, one of only five in Dallas. Dallas County Heritage Society is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2006. Th r e e
  • 5. Education & Contributors $20,000+ Interpretation Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brierley/ Dallas Heritage Village is a regional educational treasure, drawing Brierley & Partners 30,000 school children from 44 different independent school dis- Hoblitzelle Foundation tricts and private schools each year. The experience is unlike any The Hoglund Foundation other history field trip available in the Southwest. La Fiesta de las Seis Banderas Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Masur The Meadows Foundation Millet The Printer, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Plummer TXU Weil, Gotshal & Manges L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wooldridge $5,000 - $19,999 Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Albright Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Angel, Jr. Baker Botts L.L.P. Bank One Texas 1 The Belo Foundation Comerica Bank Centex Corporation Complete Landsculpture, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Cree, Sr. Dallas County Heritage Society Guild Dr Pepper Bottling Company of Texas 2 The Eugene Straus Charitable Trust Ms. Angela Fontana and 1 Costumed characters in period Mr. Andy Szuwalski dress bring Dallas-area history to life Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ford for 30,000 school children each year. Founders Garden Club 2 Skilled artisans create products to Glazer's demonstrate 19th century craftsmanship, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin L. Harrison III which guests can purchase to take home. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Hoglund 3 Native American interpreter David Hunton & Williams Alcoze captivates a visitor with tales J. P. Morgan Chase of living along Browder Springs in the J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation mid-1800s. Ms. Brenda Louise Jackson Jenkens & Gilchrist Neiman Marcus 3 Fo u r
  • 6. Contributors Southside on Lamar/Mr. Jack Matthews Mrs. J.B. McEntire, Jr. Northern Trust Bank Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Phy Ms. Mary Silverthorne Mr. and Mrs. Mark Singer Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Smith Southwest Gallery Stemmons Foundation Thompson & Knight LLP Tony's Wine Warehouse Weil, Gotshal, & Manges LLP Wendy Krispin Caterer Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D. West Mr. and Mrs. John D. Williamson / The Williamson Family Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc. WRR Zale Corporation $1,000 - $4,999 4 A.L. Chilton Foundation 4 Dressing the part enhances the fun and Mrs. George N. Aldredge, Jr. educational experience for this young Altair Global Relocation visitor and his friends. 5 Building a “log Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Altshuler / cabin” helps students learn about archi- Ruth C. and Charles S. Sharp tecture, planning, materials, building, Foundation, Inc. and design. Mrs. Emilyne W. Anding Architecture Demarest Ms. Betty Barringer Mr. and Mrs. Duncan E. Boeckman 5 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyd Mr. and Mrs. David W. Burgher, Sr. Caneel Bay, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts Mrs. Amy Turner Carreker Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Carrozza Mr. and Mrs. John Houser Chiles City Park Associates Hon. & Mrs. William P. Clements, Jr. Mr. Richard H. Collins Fi v e
  • 7. Buildings & Contributors $1,000 - $4,999 Grounds Commerce Steel, Inc. More than a century of Dallas history and heritage is showcased at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) Dallas Heritage Village. The outdoor museum, which focuses on the Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cooper period between 1840 and 1910, boasts 38 restored historic structures Mr. and Mrs. Trammell Crow and 24,000 artifacts in its collections. Guests enjoy the tranquil Dallas Tree Specialists grounds with self-guided tours, events, lectures, and more. Davis, Clark and Company CPAs de Boulle Jewelry Deloitte Denitech Corporation Mr. & Mrs. William W. Dillard, Sr. 1 Ducky - Bob's Party Rentals Ebby Halliday, Inc. Ewing Buick Pontiac GMC Exxon Mobil Foundation Mr. and Mrs. G. Dale Farquharson Mr. and Mrs. Jerome S. Farrington First Financial Center of Dallas First State Bank Mr. and Mrs. David A. Folz Frost National Bank The Furst Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gibbs / The Margaret and Leon Walker Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc. Mrs. Frank N. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gummer Hanover Property Company Harwood International-Harwood Management Dr. Michael V. Hazel Helmle-Shaw Foundation Ms. Barbara Hickey Mrs. Al G. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Hoglund Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hortenstine Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Hosek, Jr. 2 Insurance Designers of Dallas, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Jenkins Mr. Robert L. Jensen Jim Lee Events Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gray John 3 Si x
  • 8. Contributors $1,000 - $4,999 Mr. and Mrs. Clint W. Josey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Kemp KPMG LLP Lockton Companies of Dallas Mr. Gregory Louvier / Marsh USA Mr. Ed Magnin The Mary Kay Foundation Mrs. Morton Mason McGriff, Seibels & Williams, Inc. 4 MCI Mr. and Mrs. Miles M. McInnis Mr. & Mrs. William S. McIntyre IV The Minyard Founders Foundation Dr. & Mrs. P. O'B. Montgomery, Jr. The Harry S. Moss Foundation Mrs. David M. Munson Ms. Betty Neuman Mr. and Mrs. Erle A. Nye Mr. and Mrs. Peter O'Donnell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sean D. Owen Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Pistor, Jr. Mrs. Shirley Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ponder Premier Resorts and Hotels PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Mrs. Ashley H. Priddy Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rain Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rain 5 Republic Title of Texas, Inc. 1 Boy Scout Troop 473 builds a new brick floor for Millermore Barn so it can be Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Rose opened to the public. 2 Work crews provided by Millet the Printer restored stone Safeway Inc. columns throughout the grounds. Millet also funded a crew to trim all the trees in Mr. and Mrs. Brock Scott the park. 3 Boy Scouts Jason Pedigo, left, and Peter Barton of Troop 48 work on Mr. and Mrs. George A. Shutt rebuilding the stone wall at the entrance to the 1861 Farmstead. 4 Youth from area Mrs. LeAnn Harris Solomon / Catholic churches apply a fresh coat of paint to the Guest Services ticket office. The Lucile and Clarence Dragert Many of the historic buildings benefit from group volunteer efforts such as this Charitable Fund of Communities one. 5 Two buildings on Main Street received new names. The Blum Bros. General Foundation of Texas, Inc. Store is “owned” by interpretation character Mordecai Blum, who is portrayed as Mr. and Mrs. Pat Y. Spillman residing in the 1901 Blum home. Staffelbach Design Associates Starbucks Passage Events Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Summerhays Sev e n
  • 9. Events! Contributors Special events at Dallas Heritage Village are proven crowd-pleasers, $1,000 - $4,999 as well as serving as important fundraisers for the museum. The Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sypult Old-Fashioned Fourth of July is now in its 29th year. Mr. and Mrs. R. Jay Tabor Target Stores Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Thomsen Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Trowbridge True North Advisors, LLC United Systems Integrators Vinson & Elkins LLP Dr. and Mrs. Lucius Waites Watson Wyatt Worldwide Mr. and Mrs. Derek Wilson WS Capital Management, L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Zimmerman Zurich North America $500 - $999 Mrs. Ebby Halliday Acers Mr. and Mrs. Lee Douglas Asher Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Beecherl, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blachly Mrs. Barbara C. Brockett 1 Dr. Robert Callewart 1 Pony rides are a favorite activity at Mr. Jeffrey A. Chapman Centex Presents: Old-Fashioned Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Colonnetta 2 Re-enactors enliven the grounds at Mrs. Charletta R. Compton many of the museum’s special events. Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Corrigan, Jr. 3 Fifty people from around the world Dallas Garden Club received their American citizenship Dallas Jewish Community Foundation at a special naturalization ceremony David Little Real Estate, Inc. at Centex Presents: Old-Fashioned Dillion Corporate Services, Inc. Fourth. 4 A family watches the Union Ernst & Young and Confederate soldiers skirmish at Mr. Robert C. Feldman the Civil War during the Homefront / GrantThornton Boy Scout Day event. 5 Brownies enjoy Ms. Harriet Halsell an adventurous day on Main Street at Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamlett Pioneer Harvest /Girl Scout Day. Heritage Fellowship Church International, Inc. 2 Hewitt Associates Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hitt Mrs. Ebby Halliday Acers Eight
  • 10. Contributors $500 - $999 I.B.L.P. - Dallas Training Center Mr. Hal Jackson Mr. and Mrs. John Kimberlin Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Kyle Mr. David Lyons Magnolia Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Marquis Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Mike A. Myers Foundation Mrs. Charles G. Morgan / The Charles Gill and Carolyn G. Morgan Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. T. Edgar Mouritsen Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Mullins Dr. Ross C. Murfin and Dr. Pamela K. Murfin Dr. and Mrs. Jack Nylund Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Pierce, Jr. Mrs. William Gano Potts RPM Metropolitan Partners LP Mr. and Mrs. Michael Saslaw, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Shuford Mr. Robert H. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Gary N. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sypult 3 Mr. Doug Treuter $250 - $499 Albertsons Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas Archer Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Beagles Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bjorck, Jr. Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Texas ,Inc. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Boeckman Mr. Steve Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Doug Caudill Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper IV 4 Nine
  • 11. Events! Contributors The annual $250 - $499 Candlelight Cooter's Village Camera Event, now in Dahlgren Duck & Associates, Inc. its 36th year, Mrs. R. E. Denison is a partcular Mrs. Beverly F. Denny favorite for all Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Dombrosky ages, helping Mr. James L Donald to usher in the Mr. and Mrs. Steve Durham holiday season Dr. and Mrs. Paul Dybala through the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Elkins warm glow of Dr. and Mrs. John R. Foster history just as Mr. and Mrs. Gil Friedlander the earliest Mrs. Tylene Michelle Galinet settlers did Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. Gamble with bonfires, Ms. Virginia D. Hale pioneer Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hammack popcorn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harms Bliss crafts, music Hyatt Regency Dallas and dancing. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Inman Jones & Farmer P.C. Judd, Thomas, Smith & Company Barbara & Ken Judkins Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Kemp Mrs. Doris Knapek Mr. and Mrs. Kurt W. Kretsinger Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ladik Dr. and Mrs. Steven L. Linder Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lohmeyer 2 3 Ms. Courtney S. Marcus 1 Camp Crafts 2 Kids feed Lucy Barn Feb Mr. Thomas C. McClellan 2005 Sometimes you can learn by feeding! Mr. Eric McNeil 2 Here a schoolboy offers Lucy the cow a Mr. Bennett I. Miller wisp of hay. 3 Pioneer Popcorn is a big Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Mitchell favorite at the annual Comerica Presents: Mr. and Mrs. James M. Moroney, Jr. Candlelight. 4 Members of the Guild Mr. and Mrs. Clayborne K. Mote provide wonderful homemade treats at Mr. Gregory A. Neece Candlelight. 5 People packed the dance Oakmont Capital Group, Inc. floor while Texas troubadour Jerry Jeff Ms. Yvette Ostolaza Walker sang with the Lost Gonzo Band. 4 Pepsico Matching Gift 6 Gone to Texas Honorary Co-Chairmen Mr. Ray Hutchison and the Honorable Kay Ms. Anita M. Tarar and Bailey Hutchison, with Event Co-Chairmen Andy Szuwalski and Angela Fontana. Mr. Jason B. Railsback Presenting sponsor for the inaugural event was Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP. 7 Eddie Ms. Gay Tobin Rekerdres Deen, left, with Gone to Texas guests Alicia and Scott Wood. Te n
  • 12. Gone to Texas was a winner right out of the Contributors chute. Encouraged to “chuck the tux,” 650 $250 - $499 people showed up in their cowboy Mr. and Mrs. John Rumley couture for an evening of Texas-sized Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Schwartz music, dancing, feasting, and auc- Ms. Paula Wier Scofield tions, all benefiting Dallas Heritage Mr. Steve Seay Village. A total of $170,000 was Mr. and Mrs. George A. Shelburne raised for museum programming and operations. Mr. Mark Clay Smith Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Tandy Mrs. Donald N. Test, Jr. Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program Mrs. Robert P. Votteler Vought Aircraft Industries, Inc. Mr. Tom Walter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Welfelt Ms. Marilyn Wessel White Rock Dental Care Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilson Mr. Ron Witten Ms. Kimm Wright Ms. Temple Wynne Mr. and Mrs. Luis G. Zambrano 5 7 6 E l ev e n
  • 13. Development Curator’s Circle Aenean diam sapien, euismod quis, ultrices a, accumsan non, Platinum Curators lacus. Nulla et est ut ligula condimentum pellentesque. Donec Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brierley nisi velit, cursus vitae, rutrum et, dignissim a, tellus. Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Cree, Sr. Mrs. Allen M. Early Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Smith Corporate Curators Northern Trust Bank PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Curators 1 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Albright Mr. and Mrs. Stan Allred Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Altshuler Mrs. Emilyne W. Anding Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Angel, Jr. Architecture Demarest Mr. and Mrs. Duncan E. Boeckman Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyd 3 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Carrozza 2 Hon. and Mrs. William P. Clements, Jr. Mr. Richard H. Collins 1 Honored at the Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cooper spring Curator’s Circle party at the Mr. and Mrs. Trammell Crow home of Mary Mr. & Mrs. William W. Dillard, Sr. McDermott Cook were recipients Mr. and Mrs. G. Dale Farquharson of the 2005 5 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome S. Farrington Chautauqua Awards: historian Darwin Payne (left), who Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ford received the Lifetime 4 Achievement Award; and Jeanne Furst Family Foundation Aldredge and Beverly Ozanne, representing the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance, honored for its preservation and maintenance of the 1917 Aldredge House. Mrs. Frank N. Graves 2 Past Chairman of the Board Michael S. Albright, left, received the prestigious Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gummer Heritage Award at the 2005 Annual Meeting. Lifetime Board Member Charles Pistor Mrs. LeAnn Harris Solomon presented the award. 3 Dr. Philip O’B. Montgomery is encircled by (left to right) Dr. Michael V. Hazel Mary McDermott Cook, wife Ruth Ann Montgomery, and Lindalyn Adams at the spring 2005 Curator’s Circle party. 4 Curator’s Circle Travel Club Coordinator Marie Mr. Al G. Hill Chiles with husband John, during the 2005 trip to the northeast. 5 Left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Hoglund Curator’s Circle Chairman Diane Brierley with Denny and Connie Carreker at the 2004 holiday Curator’s Circle party in the Carreker home. Tw e lv e
  • 14. Neighborhoods & Community Curator’s Circle Curators The museum continues to be an integral part of the Cedars, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hortenstine with staff members active on the Cedars Neighborhood Ms. Brenda Louise Jackson Association board and event committees. The Cedars is gaining Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Jenkins a reputation as one of Dallas’s up-and-coming areas, and has Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gray John seen a resurgence of revitalization. Dallas Heritage Village Mr. and Mrs. Clint W. Josey, Jr. continues to foster that resurgence, acting as an anchor for the Mr. Gregory Louvier east side of the area. Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Masur Mrs. J.B. McEntire, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Miles M. McInnis Mr. & Mrs. William S. McIntyre IV Dr. & Mrs. P. O'B. Montgomery, Jr. Mrs. David M. Munson Ms. Betty Neuman Northern Trust Bank Mr.and Mrs. Erle A. Nye Dr. and Mrs. Jack Nylund Mr. and Mrs. Peter O'Donnell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs Sean D. Owen Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Phy Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Pistor, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Plummer Mrs. Shirley Pollock 1 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ponder Mrs. Ashley H. Priddy 1 City of Dallas Councilman John Loza Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rain speaks at a memorial dedication of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Rain Citizen’s Bank clock on Main Street. The Cedars Neighborhood Association Mr. and Mrs. Brock Scott led the fundraising for the clock, which honors late Planning Commissioner Mr. and Mrs. George A. Shutt Lawrence Wheat. 2 Staff and costumed Mr. and Mrs. Mark Singer interpreters participated in the Cedars’ 2 first annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Mr. and Mrs. Pat Y. Spillman South Lamar street. Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Thomsen Mr. and Mrs Stephen D. Trowbridge Dr. and Mrs. Lucius Waites Mr. and Mrs. John D. Williamson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wooldridge Th i r t e e n
  • 15. Rentals Planned Giving Rentals of the museum grounds and a select number of its build- The Mary Aldredge Society recognizes ings play a key part in achieving funding goals for Dallas the generous friends of Dallas Heritage Heritage Village. In addition to providing a beautiful and historic Village who have included us in their setting for private receptions and events, rentals also attracts estate plans. We are grateful for their commercial photographers looking for charming outdoor scenes deep affection for Dallas Heritage Village for their catalogs and advertisements. at Old City Park and honored by their generosity and vision. Making a planned gift can be as simple as naming Dallas Heritage Village a benefi- ciary of a life insurance policy or retire- ment plan, or leaving a bequest through your will. Your professional estate plan- ner can tell you about giving options that offer present-day tax advantages while allowing you to make a significant gift. The following individuals have made plans to leave a lasting legacy at Dallas Heritage Village: 1 Anonymous (1) Walter L. Abbey ++ Marie and John Chiles Susan E. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elkins Mrs. J.B. McEntire, Jr. Rae and Lloyd Marquis Anna Lee Peters ++ Ann D. Phy 2 Carolyn Cole Rogers 1 Photography crews adjust their C.J. Thomsen equipment in between shots during a Sharon Wooldridge commercial catalog shoot. 2 The interior of the Chautauqua Pavilion ++ deceased is transformed for various corporate and private parties, as well as busi- ness trade shows. 3 Main Street is a 3 popular location for large events, such as the annual National Alliance on Mental Illness Dallas Walk. Fo u r t e e n
  • 16. Financial Summaries 2004 - 2005 Revenues: Memberships $ 155,398 Audited financial statements for the year ended Contributions 553,539 September 30, 2005 will be available in February, 2006. Fund Raising Events/Net 213,589 Admissions & Rentals 343,453 City of Dallas Support 332,960 Investment Income 20,671 Total Revenues $ 1,619,610 Expenses: Program Service Expenses Education $ 469,302 Museum Programs 383,974 Park Preservation 330,722 $ 1,183,998 Support Services Expenses Management & Genera $ 69,877 Security 86,801 Development 149,848 $ 306,526 Total Expenses $ 1,490,524 Change in Net Assets: From Operations $ 129,086 Depreciation <30,713> Change in Unrealized Gain On Endowment Assets 28,184 Change in Net Assets $ 126,557 Net Assets, Beginning of Year $ 1,862,188 Net Assets, End of Year $ 1,988,745 Fi ft e e n
  • 17. 2004-2005 Board of Trustees Executive Officers Trustees Life Members Chairman of the Board Emy Anding Lindalyn Adams Jolene Masur Stacey Angel Susan Cooper Betty Barringer Jo Jean Farquharson Chairman-Elect Sally Beanland Margaret Hill (Ret.) Sharon Wooldridge Wm. Stephen Boyd Dr. Michael V. Hazel Diane Brierley Betty Littlejohn Past Chairman Amy Turner Carreker Mary Lynn McEntire Michael S. Albright Jeffrey A. Chapman Ruth Ann Montgomery John Houser Chiles Ann Phy President Charletta Compton Charles H. Pistor Jr. Gary N. Smith Sue Dillard Regina Pistor William Dillard Pat Y. Spillman Secretary Lori Folz Carl J. (“Tommy”) David Thomas Angela Fontana Thomsen Demarest, AIA Nita Ford Harriet Weber (Ret.) Orrin Harrison III Barbara Zimmerman Treasurer Brenda Jackson William A. “Bill” Albright Michael A. Jenkins Sue P. John Treasurer-Elect Wendy Krispin Non-Voting Liaisons Mark D. Kemp Gregory Louvier Sr. David Lyons Dallas Junior League Shirley McIntyre Leslie Carroll, Mona Munson Betty Neuman Park Board Janet Nylund Daisy Gafford Spring 2005 past Presidents Tea Gail Plummer Evelyn Ponder Park Board John Rain Thomas Hines Jan Roberts Mark Singer Cultural Affairs Commission Cheryl Walton Chris Wells Roberta Williamson Sharon S. Wooldridge ifteen
  • 18. 1515 South Harwood, Dallas, Texas 75215 Telephone: 214-421-5141 www.dallasheritagevillage.org We’re opening the doors to history.