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Oak Cliff is a community in Dallas, Texas, United States that was formerly a separate town located in Dallas County; Dallas annexed Oak Cliff in 1903. It has since retained a distinct neighborhood identity as one of Dallas' older, established neighborhoods.
Oak Cliff has turn-of-the-twentieth-century and mid-20th century housing, many parks, and proximity to the central business district of downtown Dallas.
The boundaries of Oak Cliff are roughly Interstate 30 and the Trinity River on the north, Interstate 35E on the east, Camp Wisdom Road on the south, and Cockrell Hill Road on the west. In practice nearly every neighborhood south of the Trinity River (excluding west Dallas) is called Oak Cliff, though much of it was never part of the original town. .
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Oak Cliff Music Company - C.1940's
Lake Cliff Amusement Park Entrance
Spann's Sanitarium - Located at Lake Cliff and was known as the "Clubhouse"
James P. Simpson Co. - Formerly Lake Cliff Pavilion C.1916 - Beckley & 8th Steet
Snapp Inn Restaurant - 1228 S. Hampton Rd.
Jefferson Blvd. Parade
Oak Cliff Service Station - C.1930 - Corner of Davis and Hampton
The Pig Stand Drive-in Restaurant - C.1940's
Community Sewing Shop
The L.B. Paine Restaurant - C.1930's
The Slums of Oak Cliff
Adamson High School - Formerly Oak Cliff High School - 1915 Artist Sketch
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