This collection contains papers, scrapbooks, and prints from the Faculty Wives' Social Club and its later names. This collection also contains papers for the Newcomers Club and the Dames Club, which were sponsored by the Faculty Wives' Club. Items include membership lists, handwritten notes, agendas, newspaper clippings, questionnaires, photos, financial documents, programs, meeting minutes, speeches, contact lists, correspondence, and newsletters.
Collection includes correspondence; financial documents such as journals, notes, and receipts; legal documents such as deeds and claims; and printed material that together reflect the activities of Levi Perryman during the years he served as sheriff and tax collector in Montague County.
These records contain various documents, especially from their monthly meetings, of the NTSU/UNT Athletic Council. Items include meeting minutes, memos, letters, program guides, organizational charts, rosters, agendas, reports, and scholarship information.
This collection contains the films, tapes, and scrapbooks of the UNT Athletic Department, showcasing various sports events and games against many different opponents, such as Texas A&M, TCU, the University of Houston, Drake, Hardin-Simmons University (HSU), Baylor, and Midwestern.
This collection contains tapes, slides and DVDs produced by the Center for Media Productions that document people, programs and events on the North Texas State University/University of North Texas campus. It includes recordings of distinguished lecture series from many parts of campus, Commencements, conferences, etc.
The materials encompass research conducted by Dr. Terry Jordan and relate to the book written by Linda Lavender and Cirrus Bonneau. The collection consists of photographic material (negatives and prints), diagrams, measurements, lists, research material, and budget information.
This collection consists of significant runs of the student newspaper for the University of North Texas published under it's two main names: the Campus Chat and North Texas Daily. The type of information published has changed over the years. Early editions gave information on the activities of individual students, organizations, and faculty members, as well as a look at campus events. In more recent years the newspaper has covered the activities of school organizations, national and world news, campus events, and Denton businesses, events and issues such as housing and voting.
The papers, photographs, and artifacts collected between the years 1957 and 1962 by the late Regents Professor Emerita of Public Administration, Charldean Newell [1939 - 2014], of the University of North Texas. All items in Series 1 were originally located in scrapbooks made during her time as a student at UNT (then North Texas State College). Series 2 contains event tickets.
The majority of this collection is comprised of Payroll logbooks from 1937 to 1955. Additional materials include logbooks related to employee retirement, a record of various insurance companies, and employee contact numbers. A hardbound scrapbook dated 1975 contains accounts of the Denton Chapter of the Texas Public Employees Association.
This collection contains three record books and a scrapbook of the Physical Education Club, describing meeting minutes, member lists, and events, especially as it relates to the Modern Dance Group. These records include information from Delta Psi Kappa, a national honors fraternity supporting physical education, health and health sciences, and recreation.
This collection contains the records of the NTSU (now UNT) Office of Space Management and Planning from the 1960s through the mid-1980s. Materials include reports, studies, correspondence, planning publications, questionnaires, newsletters, location-specific documentation, analyses, workbooks, and manuals. A significant portion of documents are departmental five-year plans related to anticipated space needs at the university.
The unedited and edited manuscripts of books published by the University of North Texas Press make up the bulk of the documents in this collection. The papers show editing requests, changes made by the authors, photographes used in the publications, and in some cases the layout of the finished work. The start date of 2005 is approximate, as many items are undated.
Mark Evan Rorvig, Ph.D (1950-2002) served as associate professor of library and information sciences at the University of North Texas from 1995-2002. Dr. Rorvig’s research focused primarily on deciphering and processing large amounts of information for research and surveying purposes. Through his research Dr. Rorvig produced four U.S. patents on information retrieval algorithms. Additionally, Dr. Rorvig had been nationally recognized as a pioneer in the field of information retrieval. His research benefited the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Intel Corp. In addition to serving as faculty at UNT, Dr. Rorvig served as a computer engineer for NASA at Lyndon B. Johnson.
This collection contains the university papers and artifacts of Julia Smith.
This collection contains the UNT Scholarship Office Records, the bulk of which relate to outside agency scholarships from 1986 to 1989. The remainder of the collection includes documents relating to individual scholarships, inactive scholarships, notification letters, thank you letters, and sport-individual scholarships from 1985 - 1990 for both men's and women's teams.
This collection documents both the academic and poetry career of Cecil Eugene (“Gene”) Shuford, including his time at the University of Arkansas and North Texas State University (NTSU), from 1924 to 1995. The collection includes literary manuscripts and drafts, notebooks, guides, correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings, certificates, publications, photographs, obituaries, and his thesis typescript.
The collection includes documents about the Ariel Club, The Poetry Society of Texas and The Poetry Society of America. It contains War World II correspondence between Shuford and his family. It also includes photographs of Shuford, his family, NTSU students and buildings, as well as members of the Poetry Society of Texas. The collection also contains correspondence from editors of publications, book reviews, drafts of poetry written by Shuford, as well as clippings that highlight Shuford, North Texas Exes, like Bob St. John, and the NTSU Journalism Department's accomplishments.
The Gerry Smith Collection is comprised of 8 boxes of institutional and library-related documents detailing the career of University of North Texas (UNT) Librarian, Geraldine English Smith. The collection chronicles her career with items including professional awards and recognition, personal notes and memos, professional correspondences, and numerous notes and agendas from professional conferences and committee meetings. Other notable items in this collection are Bibliographic Control Department Procedures, Library Policy Memos, and photographs.
Significant achievements of Smith's career include being an integral part of the conversion of the UNT Libraries from a manual card catalog to an online system in the mid-1980s, supervising both fulltime employees and student workers as a unit supervisor in the Automated Services Division of the Bibliographic Control Department of the UNT Libraries, and serving on several university and library committees including the University Parking Committee, the University of North Texas League for Professional Women, and the Library Assembly Committee. In 1990, she served as the Faculty Liaison Librarian for the Journalism Department at UNT.
Smith attended numerous professional conferences every year including VTLS, TLA, ALA, and AMIGOS. She also regularly presented training seminars for library staff and authored several in-house publications to accompany them. Professionally, she was a member of the American Library Association, the Texas Library Association, and the VTLS Users Group.
These records inlcude transcriptions from the National Biomedical Tracer Facility workshops in Albuquerque New Mexico, the Southwestern Medical Center in Arlington Texas, University of North Texas in Denton Texas, presentations to the United States Department of Energy, Project Definition Studies and proposals to conduct Project Definition Studies for the Regional Medical Tecnology Center, proposals for National Biomedical Tracer Facilities from Purdue, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of California, and the Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy of the University of Southern California, and a proposal on Regional Medical Technology Center for Proton Therapy and Radioisotope Production from the Symposium on the Medical Uses of the Superconducting Super Collider Linear Accelerator.
This collection contains photographs spanning the bombing of Pearl Harbor to daily life in wartime for Texans in 1941 as used in or as research for the 1991 book 1941: Texas Goes to War, published by UNT Press.
The University of North Texas Foundation Records (1924-1982) contains numerous documents, letters, and newspaper clippings from scholarships and grants from the UNT Foundation, formerly known as the NTSU Educational Foundation, Inc. The NTSU Board of Regents established the foundation in 1972 to receive gift funds to be utilized for scholarships and grants for NTSU students. Correspondence with numerous distinguished UNT alumni, faculty, and local citizens is contained within the collection.
This collection contains the meeting agendas and related documents--such as policies, correspondence, and reports--for the Vice President's meetings at UNT. Box 2 also contains items from the Vice Provost's Records (U0342 - Box 7).
The papers contain Wilson's research for his book of the same name on Hamilton Park (HP), the planned African-American community in Dallas, TX. Compiled in the early 90s, the research includes his interviews of original residents and development planners--which were done in conjunction with the UNT Oral History program--journal and newspaper articles on social and racial issues at the time, the challenges of creating and maintaining such a development, obtaining financing for home owners, how the community thrived and evolved, and interracial cooperation. This is done in the context of challenges for African-American leaders in the nation at the time and the personal stories of residents and decision-makers in the community.
This collection contains lantern slides (glass slides) from the University of North Texas which were used to help educate students on world history, geography, religion, music, art and a variety of other subjects. The estimated dates for this collection are 1910-1940. The slides were given to the Historical Collection, then moved into the University Archives in 1986.
Collection contains student family histories and papers prepared for Dr. Seligmann's classes dating from 1973-2005 and Dr. Seligmann's personal papers dating from 1955-1991.
The material in this collection was collected between 1936 and 1940. It reflects the activities of college life: athletic events, oragizations, friends, and programs for performances on campus.
The publications in this collection include primarily newsletters, such as Dateline, and general information brochures directed towards perspective students. The other publications include conference and event programs as well as general health brochures directed towards the general public.
The publications in the first series mostly contain brochures, newsletters, programs, yearbooks, and flyers concerning TAMS. Whereas the administrative records in the second series contain documents relating to the early founding, establishment, and running of TAMS. These documents include correspondence, memorandums, proposals, articles and newspaper clippings, budgets, executive summaries, research, and handbooks.
This collection contains materials from the various iterations of the UNT University Information Technology (UIT) Department throughout the years, focusing on the evolution of the computing system on campus. Content includes copies of Benchmarks--the campus computing newsletter--keypunch cards, memos, informational handbooks, reports, article copies, newspaper clippings, coding sheets, and computing printouts.
This collection contains various records and documents from the University of North Texas Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. The bulk of the records are related to accrediations from various divisions of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), which include the Council on Academic Accrediation (CAA), the Educational Standards Board (ESB), the Education and Training Board (ETB), and the Professional Services Board (PSB). Accreditation documents are also from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
This collection contains minutes, correspondence, surveys, group lists, meeting notes, and information about bylaws, committees, new member orienation, and constituents of the University of North Texas Staff Council from the years 2001-2006.
The Lyle Irby Harman North Texas State Photography Collection consists of black and white photographs showcasing student life on the North Texas campus during the early 1950s.
This collection includes sketches of six main buildings on the North Texas State University campus: the Administrative Building, the Historical Building (now Curry Hall), the Information Sciences Building (now Sycamore Hall), Marquis Hall, the Physics-Math Building (now the Physics Building), and the Psychology Building.
This collection includes photo mats and some accompanying newspaper clippings from North Texas publications, including the "Campus Chat," UNT's newspaper before the current "North Texas Daily." Images on the molds include portraits, candid photos, and group photos of students, professors, and coaches. Some have handwritten names or notes along the mold's edge.
These records reflect communications, publications, events, and resources as created and offered by the UNT Pride Alliance. Items include LGBT organization information, HIV/AIDS statistics, brochures, emails, event announcements, and posters.
This collection contains an audio recording Annette Lawrence created of an interview with her conducted by Jerome Weeks of KERA radio at the Greater Denton Arts Council's (GDAC) Patterson-Appleton Arts Center on November 15, 2019. The interview was conducted as part of KERA's State of the Arts series and was open to a public audience. Lawrence and Weeks are introduced by GDAC executive director Georgina Ngozi and questions are taken from the audience following the interview. The recording has a runtime of 56 minutes and 26 seconds.
During the interview, Weeks and Lawrence discuss Lawrence's work, particularly her show More Time, which was on view at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center at the time of the interview, and installation work she has done for other venues including Coin Toss, a permanent installation at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Other topics discussed include the influence of the Brooklyn Bridge on Lawrence's work, the everyday materials like string she uses in her installations, journalling and recording time, the use of data in her work, and representations and erasures of African-American experiences in art and literature.
Audience questions addressed topics of plans to digitize Lawrence's work, her creative process, and the influence of the lunar calendar and menstrual cycles, erasure as a concept, and music on her work.
This collection contains a card-mounted photograph of the first graduating class of North Texas Normal College taken in 1891 and biographical information about the owner of the photograph, J.V. McReynolds, who was a member of the first graduating class. Each of the 15 men pictured in the photograph is labeled with a number and named by first and middle initials and last name on the back of the photograph. Of the men pictured, 3 (J.H. Alexander, S.W. LaFavor, and J.A. McKinney) are identified as "Creek Indian," and J.A. Sanders is identified as a professor. The back of the photograph also reads “This picture property of J.V. McReynolds 1251 East Morphy St. Fort Worth Texas, Class 1891.”
Biographical information about McReynolds compiled by his granddaughter Marilyn Showalter is also included. This information includes photocopies of family photographs, photocopies of clippings about McReynolds, typed biographical information about McReynolds and other family members, including his two daughters who also attended college at North Texas, and typed information about the Railway Mail Service.
Yearbooks, scrapbooks, clippings, financial statements, correspondence, photographs, films and documents concerning the business and historical records of the Laboratory School.
Papers of Merl Edwin Bonney, concerning his career as a professor of Psychology at North Texas State University (now known as the University of North Texas), including classroom material, publications, published papers, and questionnaires.
The bulk of the collection concerns the death of Fred R. Cobb in 1954, primarily with clippings and the letter.
Correspondence, financial documents, printed material, field notes, copies of tests, grant agreements and requests, data sheets, diagrams, literary publications and photographs relating to water quality research in Texas and Oklahoma conducted by Dr. Silvey.
Sam McAlister, 1898-1963, was a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Government Department at North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas). The Sam McAlister Collection contains McAlister's correspondence related to his work in the government department, the Fine Arts Series, the Kiwanis Club, and the National Education Association, as well as his personal correspondence. The Collection also contains McAlister's speeches, teaching materials, and textbook manuscript, The Individual and Government.
The papers in this collection document the work on The Dallas Cowboys and the NFL, a book Dr. Chipman wrote with Dr. Randolph Campbel and Dr. Robert Calvert. This material contains drafts, notes, articles, brochures, clippings, correspondence, galley sheets, interviews, and statistics. There are also papers that document Dr. Chipman's research on Spanish Texas. His Spanish material consists of Spanish records microfilm and prints from microfilm, which document materials that date from the 1530s.