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Before central air conditioning, before television
and mega-cineplexes, evenings in Dallas' sparkling
new residential showplace were often spent out
on the front porch swing.

Come see for yourself
as the Munger Place Historic District Association
welcomes you to the virtual views of Munger Place!

It was a different time.
But the place has not changed
all that much.

Come see for yourself
as the Munger Place Historic District Association
welcomes you to the virtual views of Munger Place!

It was a different time.
But the place has not changed
all that much.

 

   


In 1905, cotton gin manufacturer Robert S. Munger and brother Collett, spared no expense in creating " The City Man's Home." To attract the right social element, Munger Place was carefully planned. Just minutes from downtown Dallas by carriage, Munger Place became the very first deed-restricted neighborhood in Texas. Homes had to be a full two stories, cost at least $2,000 and no house could face a side street. The infrastructure featured such amenities as sidewalks, paved streets, shade trees, sewers, gas mains, and electric street lights. Many of the Dallas' leading businessmen and social elite soon called magnificent Munger Place home.

The Munger Place Historic District Association, a section 501(c) 4 non-profit organization, whose goal and mission is to preserve the architectural integrity of Munger Place.