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Lulu May's Mark
North Texas Food Bank, Plano, Texas | Stainless Steel | 12' x 10' x 2'
During the Great Depression, the hungry placed an X on the curb of Lulu May Perot’s home to indicate that it was a place they would be fed. She said they are “just like us, just down on their luck.” Her daughter, Bette, continued the efforts by supporting the start of the North Texas Food Bank. Lulu May’s Mark and the North Texas Food Bank Plano campus are dedicated in their honor by Lulu May’s son, H. Ross Perot, and his family, who are continuing the legacy.
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