‘Images of America: Oak Cliff’ still attracting website comments

Fifty-nine people have now left comments on the story in May’s Oak Cliff Advocate about the new book from neighborhood residents Alan C. Elliott, Gayla Brooks Kokel and Patricia Summey. Reading through the remarks is like reading another history of Oak Cliff in bits and pieces from personal perspectives. It’s good stuff.

Many of the commenters have asked where to find the book; Elliott has a list of locations on his website, which you can also find after the jump:

Barnes & Noble bookstore in the Uptown Village at Cedar Hill, 305 West FM 1382, 972.291.1169

Ben Franklin Pharmacy 302 N. Main Street, Duncanville, 972.298.4936.

Bishop Street Market, 419 N. Bishop Ave. at W.7th. 214.941.0907 (offers complimentary gift wrapping!)

Dicho’s Bookstore (Bishop Arts District) 500 North Bishop Avenue 214.946.9422.

International Museum of Cultures, 7500 West Camp Wisdom Road, 972.708.7406

Methodist Dallas Medial Center Hospital Gift Shop, 1441 N. Beckley Avenue

Tejano Mexican Restaurant, 200 W. Davis

You can also purchase an autographed copy, which takes about two to three weeks for delivery.


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  • jake

    I just got my copy in the mail. Thanks Keri. It is very interesting.