This collection contains the Anthropology Department's faculty meeting minutes from 1997 to 2000. The department's publications and material used to advertize its classes and degrees can be found in the Ready Reference collection. Department of Anthropology materials in Ready Reference date from 1992 to 2014.
This collection contains the records of the UNT College of Arts and Sciences. The records include documentation of the day-to-day business of operating the college, including correspondence, memos, notes, and financial materials related to scholarship and donation outreach efforts.
The papers of J. Baird Callicott (1941- ) document his career as a professor of philosophy at the University of Memphis, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and the University of North Texas. The collection contains class material, publications, correspondence, grant proposals, and a collection of media that reflects his work as a professor, an author, and his participation in seminars and conferences.
This collection contains publications, CDs, and cassettes on symposiums and international conferences of the Center for Collaborative Organizations.
This collection includes one box of clippings from the six Center for Texas Studies scrapbooks dated 1986 - 1996, which contain press announcements, newspaper clippings, programs, and event information.
This collection contains chemical notation sheets as well as administrative documents belonging to the UNT Chemistry Department.
The collection contains audio and visual media that document Bill Mercers' work in radio and television concerning the University of North Texas's athletic endeavors. This collection contains VHS, U-matic cassettes, reel audio tapes, and cassette tapes.
The oral history program interviews individuals concerning their memories of historic events they witnessed or participated in. The interviews are transcribed, edited and bound. The Oral History Program collection includes Cassette Tapes, Reel to Reel Tapes, Compact Discs, and Mini Discs, as well as documents and artifacts. The materials largely cover a range of years from 1962 – 2013. The collection includes interviews from the Legislative Project, the New Deal Project, the Pearl Harbor Project, the Prisoners of War Project, the Texas Republican Women’s Project, and the Texas Textile Mill Project. The collection also includes many interviews about topics such as the Civilian Conservation Corps., desegregation of North Texas State College, interviews with local business owners, immigration, and the Texas Pop Festival.
There are also many interviews with noteworthy individuals including: Mary Kay Ash, Norman Brinker, Frank Cuellar, Sr., Frank Cuellar, Jr., Bette C. Graham, Cecil H. Green, Herman W. Lay, M. Lamar Muse, C.B. Owens, Jerry Owens, Richard Rogers, Paul Voertman, David Allred, Kay Bailey, Earle Cabell, Bill Clayton, Price Daniel, Martin Dies, DeWitt Hale, O.H. “Ike” Harris, Abner Haynes, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Norman Mailer, Allen Shivers, Preston Smith, Coke Stevenson, Ben Wooten, and Charles Wilson. Along with correspondence from Edwin A. Walker, Barbara Jordan, and Ladybird Johnson.
This collection contains records, films, and tapes of television shows created by the Radio, Televsion, and Film Department. Subject matter includes Sports (hockey, football, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, volleyball), campus news, events, and topics of interest, local, state, national, and international news and reports, interviews, and other programing. It also contains two printed publications.
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.
Dr. J.B. Smallwood, Jr. was a faculty member of the Department of History, 1964-2000. Included in the 2 boxes are maps, travel brochures, and lodging guides for the state of Texas and the surrounding states and Mexico. Also included are maps for Japan.
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 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 1990s, 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.
Collection contains student family histories and papers prepared for Dr. Seligmann's classes dating from 1973-2005. The reports include information such as family trees, maps, photographs, and narratives on family members. Dr. Seligmann's personal papers date from 1955-1991. These papers contain correspondence, committee notes, class material, grant proposals, and committee information.
The slide collection was used as promotal material for the Department of Physics. The slides contain images of the general campus, student activities, as well as images of the Department of Physics.
The programs date from 2006 to 2012 and list the Honors College students that are being recognized for their accomplishments.
The Mary Arden Club Collection includes materials from the club from its founding in 1902 through to the 1960s. Materials detail the happenings of the club during a specific time period and consists of membership rosters, yearbooks, event programs, financial documents, meeting minutes, and publications.
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 collection consists of one folder of correspondence, handwritten and typed drafts of his dissertation, and a typescript copy of his book, Origins of the Indians: European Concepts, 1492 - 1729, which is based on his dissertation. The dissertation and the book deal with what Europeans believed about the origins of American Indians.
Collection consists of correspondence, speeches, autobiographical and biographical sketches, papers, and dissertation of Benjamin Bee (B.B.) Harris and family. B.B. Harris was Professor and Director of the Biology Department and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas) known for his work and avid interest in the natural and agricultural sciences, especially in the area of conservation.
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 Campbell 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.