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The city grew steadily, adding an Opera House in 1909 and a library in 1910.

Helium discoveries in the late 1920s and the establishment of an Army Air Field, led commercial growth until the depression arrived.

An estimated 4 million people have viewed the pageant over the last 50 years.

In recent seasons, the shows three-month run (six days a week with Mondays off) has drawn about 65,000 annually....

Because the city was the focal point of government programs during the depression, the city's infrastructure benefited greatly from the Work Projects Administration.

(See Thompson Park)Amarillo grew 85% in the decade of 1950-1960, from 74,000 to 138,000.

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When construction began in 1898, Amarillo's future was assured: it was to be the commercial center of the Texas Panhandle.

(1970) Palo Duro's Enduring Pageant by Mike Cox "The show debuted in 1966 and grew into a summer tradition.

Thanks to news media exposure, local marketing efforts and old-fashioned word of mouth, the pageants reputation built with each passing season.