Larry Hagman (1931-2012), actor, director and producer, best known for playing ruthless oil baron J.R. Ewing in the 1978-91 primetime television soap opera Dallas. Here with co-star Steve Kanaly who played the role of Ray Krebbs, ca. 1980.
Southfork Ranch, the site for the CBS TV series Dallas, ca. 1980.
John Tower (1925-1991), politician who served as United States Senator from Texas from 1961 to 1985, with Frances Tigrett and Dottie Heiser, November 22, 1986.
Norman Brinker (1931 – 2009), restaurateur who served as president of Jack in the Box, founded Steak and Ale, and helped establish Bennigan's. Brinker is sometimes credited with popularizing the salad bar, March 15, 1979.
Betsy Bloomingdale, socialite and philanthropist, with businessman and philanthropist Ed Cox (the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University is named for him) and Caroline Rose Hunt Schoellkopf, August 5, 1986.
H.L. Hunt (1889-1974), oil tycoon and Republican political activist in his Dallas office, 1971.
Joe Lambert, landscape architect with wife Evelyn, Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor (1986-1996) and American socialite whose intended marriage to the British king Edward VIII caused a constitutional crisis that led to Edward's abdication, and unknown man, May 11, 1968.
James “Jim” Mitchell Collins (1916-1989), member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas's 3rd district from 1968-1983.
J. Erik Jonsson, former Mayor of Dallas and co-founder and former president of Texas Instruments Incorporated.
Margaret McDermott (1912-2018), art collector and philanthropist with Margot Perot, wife of Ross Perot.
Raymond Nasher (1921-2007), developer NorthPark Center, sculpture collector, philanthropist, Nasher Sculpture Center, and Anita Martinez, first Mexican-American member of the Dallas City Council, and Peter Pena.
Robert H. Dedman Sr. (1926–2002), businessman and philanthropist, with his wife.
Ross Perot (1930-2019), business magnate, billionaire, philanthropist, and politician.
Laurie Sands Harrison, daughter of Caroline Rose Hunt, with Ann Smith Barbier-Mueller, wife of Harwood real estate developer Gabriel Barbier-Mueller.
Gail Madden with Doug Hollifield, Linda Custard, philanthropist, and Annette Strauss, 55th mayor of Dallas.
Stanley Marcus, Neiman Marcus executive with Anita Martinez, first Mexican-American member of the Dallas City Council who also launched the Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico in 1975 as a volunteer program aiming to connect Hispanic youths to their native culture.
C. Vincent “Vin” Prothro ( -2000), chairman and CEO of Dallas Semiconductor who presided over a capital campaign at the Dallas Museum of Art that raised money for the Hamon Building and helped solidify the DMA’s endowment, with Nancy Hamon who donated millions to the Dallas Museum of Art for exhibitions, educational programming and capital improvements, at the groundbreaking of the Dallas Museum of Art, May 23, 1991.
Allison V. Smith, editorial and fine art photographer based in Dallas.
Stephanie McNeely with Angus G. Wynne III, owner of Wynne Entertainment in Dallas and producer of music events since 1968, June 7, 1986.
Lucille “Lupe” Murchison (1926-2001), philanthropist, arts patron, socialite, former Dallas Cowboys co-owner and benefactor, Lupe Murchison Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum, ca 1980.