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Harbert Family Papers, 1943-1946 | Manuscripts

By Amanda Montgomery

Collection Overview

Title: Harbert Family Papers, 1943-1946Add to your cart.
Predominant Dates:1943-1946
ID: 01/AR085
Primary Creator: Wayne Allan Harbert (1928-2009)
Extent: 2.0 Boxes
Arrangement: The collection is arranged into folders divided into the categories of documents, photographs, and publications.
Date Acquired: 11/02/2011
Languages: English

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Scope and Contents of the Materials

A collection that records the student lives of Wayne Harbert and his younger sister Vada Harbert. The bulk of the collection documents Wayne Harbert's senior year at the North Texas State Teachers College Demonstration School in 1944. Vada Harber's senior year is documented in the student newspaper, "The Q.M".

Wayne Allan Harbert, a native of Denton, Texas was born January 27, 1928. He lived in Rancho Cordova, California for the last fifty years of his life and died in 2009. His sister Vada Marie Harbert Pickle was born November 13, 1930 and died on August 8, 1977.

The collection contains materials such as photographs, a program of the Demonstration School Senior Banquet of May 12, 1944, a High School Textbook Card for Wayne Harbert for grade 11, a diploma  from the North Texas State Teachers College for the Demonstration High School, a 1944 NTSTC High School Ring, and two issues of "The Q.M., Semi Monthly Publication of the Student of the Teachers College High School at Denton Texas".

Biographical Note

Wayne Allan Harbert, a native of Denton, Texas, was born January 27, 1928. He attended North Texas State Teachers College Demonstration School in 1944. Wayne Harbert appeared in volume 7, number 4 of "The Q.M., Semi Monthly Publication.  He lived in Rancho Cordova, California for the last fifty years of his life and died on September [9], 2009. His parents were Arklin Berry Harbert and Daisy Marie Waide Harbert. [ Her obituary gave the spelling as "Wade"]. His sister was Vada Marie Harbert Pickle, who was born on November 13, 1930 and died on August 8, 1977. She appeared in volume 7, number 9 of "The Q.M., Semi Monthly Publication.

Administrative Information

Repository: Manuscripts
Access Restrictions: This collection is not restricted.
Use Restrictions: Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Note: This collection is stored off-site and requires a minimum of 24 hour notice prior to use.
Acquisition Source: Drucilla Harbert Dumas
Acquisition Method: Gift

Box and Folder Listing

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Box 3023Add to your cart.
 
Barcode: 704017
Folder 1: Demonstration School Senior Banquet, 1944-05-12Add to your cart.
The program gives the menu, the program with the names of the speakers and two poems. Signatures of the seniors are on the four interior pages.
Folder 2: High School Textbook Card, 1943-1944Add to your cart.
The high school textbook card for Wayne Harbert, grade 11, Demonstration School.
Folder 3: Diploma from the North Texas State Teachers College, 1944-05-26Add to your cart.
Diploma from the North Texas State Teachers College for the Demonstration High School, awarded to Wayne A. Harbert.
Folder 4: "The Q.M., Semi Monthly Publication" moved to Box 2, n.d.Add to your cart.
Materials from folder 4 have been moved to a oversize box (#3024)
Folder 5: Photographs, 1945Add to your cart.
The first photograph shows Daisy Wade Harbert (mother), Wayne Harbert, and Susie Wade Nix (aunt), 1945 and the second photograph shows Wayne Harbert, United States Navy (age 17), Susie Wade Nix (aunt).
Folder 6: NTSTC High School Ring, 1944Add to your cart.
 
Box 3024Add to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706502
Folder 1: "The Q.M., Semi Monthly Publication", 1946Add to your cart.
The "Q.M.", was a semi publication of the Student of the Teachers College High School at Denton, Texas.  The oversize box # 3024 contains volume 7 numbers 4 and 9 of the semi publication. Number 4, January 25, 1946, notes Wayne Harbert was home on leave. Number 9, May 24,1946, notes Wayne Harbert's sister, Vada Harbert, is the third woman from the left on the front row (sitting down) in the photograph at the bottom of the front page.

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