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Amarillo: Faces, Places & Open Spaces


The downtown Amarillo skyline features buildings constructed from the 1920s like the historic Santa Fe Building, to the twenty-first century Globe News Center for the Performing Arts.
The Chase Tower, constructed in 1971 is the tallest building between Fort Worth and Denver, and Albuquerque and Oklahoma City.
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ISBN: 9781935377771
Library of Congress Card Catalog Number: 2012934633
Amarillo: Faces, Places, and Open Spaces
photography:
Ralph Duke
narrative:
Christine Wyly
design:
Glenda Tarazon Krouse
contributing writer for sharing the heritage:
Joe Goodpasture
Historical Publishing Network
president:
Ron Lammert
project manager:
Wynn Buck
administration:
Donna M. Mata
Melissa G. Quinn
book sales:
Dee Steidle
production:
Colin Hart
Evelyn Hart
Omar Wright
Tony Quinn
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