Published by Jann Alexander
As publisher of my creative work, I find my ideas in exploring and recording life's details—just as I've done in writing my historical novel, Dust, and its predecessor, A Habit of Hiding.
My photography focus is the scenic gumbo that is my Vanishing Austin series, and the many other thematic photography collections I've created. In my paintings, I capture the colors of the American southwest and Mexico. For my blog on creativity, Pairings, I explore Texas and beyond, and sometimes indulge in time travel.
I bring it together at JannAlexander.com, where my art meets tech.
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My name is Wayne A. White. My Grandfather, C.B. White was one of Bam White’s grand-children. I knew about Bam before the book The Worst Hard Time came out. I’m originally from Amarillo but now living in Ft. Worth. Anyways, the Whites are still going strong. Have a good evening!
Wayne, it’s so great to hear from you about your grandfather. I’m deep into researching my next novel, which takes place in the Panhandle. Appreciate your comments–I hope to do those brave settlers proud!
Just stumbled across this, and good to see another of Ban’s family on here. My name is Peggy, my children are the great grandsons of Bam White. They are the grandchildren of Melvin “Tuck” White, the oldest son, of Bam’s second family. It is an amazing story, and having reviewed direct information from Bam, and ensuring my kids know who their ancestors are, has been important. And Wayne is right, the Whites are still going strong!!!