SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM BRINGS HISTORY EVERY DAY

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Jack Ruby’s Girls, Exhibits and More

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allas has an interesting history, and many different sides to one story. Burlesque dancers Diana Hunter and Alice Anderson chronicled their experiences working for Jack Ruby in their 1970 book “Jack Ruby’s Girls.”

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In 2013, Nancy Myers documented her life in the book “The Wild and Wayward Tales of Tammi True” and tells how she went from a Catholic school girl to headlining dancer in Jack Ruby’s Carousel Club. This really cool lady will be signing copies of her book, chat about Dallas in the 60’s and of course tell tales of the infamous Jack Ruby. This is one event not to be missed.

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Tickets are still available for the Sixth Floor Museum program about Nancy Myers’ program this Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 2 p.m. – $10 for program only or $5 combined with Museum admission.

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