Images: Margaret McDermott Through the Years

Margaret McDermott, well-known Dallas philanthropist died Thursday at the age of 106. Here's a look at photos of her through the years.

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In 1961, Margaret McDermott (right) became the first woman to lead the Dallas Art Association since 1925.
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Margaret McDermott, civic leader
Dallas Museum of Art
Margaret McDermott pictured with two South Asian objects featured in the Dallas Museum of Arts' "Arts of Man" exhibition in 1962.
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Margaret and Eugene McDermott presented a copy of Erasmus' Praise of Folie to the Southern Methodist University libraries in 1971. It was one of only 10 remaining copies in the world.
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2007 AT&T Performing Arts Center dinner honoring Margaret McDermott
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Margaret McDermott pictured with the Dallas Museum of Arts’s Roslyn Walker celebrating the publication of "The Arts of Africa" in 2009.
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Margaret McDermott with Tom Engibous on the Winspear Opera House stage in 2009.
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Although she worked modestly but determinedly behind the scenes, Margaret McDermott worked with Dallas' most influential leaders. Here, she's shown in 2015 with former first lady Laura Bush and daughter Jenna Bush.
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Downtown Dallas and the Margaret McDermott Bridge are shown on July 27, 2017.
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Margaret McDermott was greeted by Elaine Agather, chairwoman of Chase Dallas, before a reception honoring philanthropist Ruth Altshuler at Perot Companies in Dallas on Sept. 5, 2017.
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