Browse Collections: Alumni

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One box of slides that document homecoming events at UNT from 1959 - 1973.  The majority of the slides document the homecoming parades.  Other topics include football game, halftime, and decorations around campus.

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University of North Texas publications dating from 1924 to 1974 that include: the Bulletin (1945-1971), student handbooks (1924-1974), Constitution of the Intersorority Council (1950), Junior Mary Arden Club (1954), Residence Hall Handbooks (for men and women, 1969), Staff Handbook (1964) and Student and Faculty Directories (1945-1956).

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The documents in this collection reflect the life and work of Margaret Sherman which includes clippings, a diary, legal documents, correspondence, scrapbooks, examples of her writtings, audio and VHS tapes, and a variety of artifacts

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This collection contains materials from Grace Storey Watts's time as a student at North Texas in the 1920s. It contains pictures, notes, yearbooks, and tickets.

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The materials in this collection were collected by Charlotte Frances Bohlin and reflect her activities while a student at UNT from 1944-1947. This collection includes pictures, newspaper clippings, invitations, cards, programs, and other memorabilia items that reflect student life from 1944-1947.

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This collection documents the career of graphic designer and artist Steve Brooks from the 1970s to the 2000s. The collection includes concert posters, handbills, original artwork, hand cut film for illustrations, color illustrations, pen and ink illustrations, and sketchbook drawings for bands such as Alice Cooper, Chicago, Ten Years After, The Doors, Three Dog Night, Neil Diamond, Melanie, The Beach Boys, ZZ Top, Pink Floyd, B.B King, David Cassidy, Led Zeppelin, Sly and the Family Stone, Elton John and many more.

The collection includes an extensive range of items produced for Willie Nelson (one of his primary clients) including t-shirts, promotional materials, newspapers, magazines, concert posters, handbills, original artworks created for Nelson's tours, as well as promotional materials for the movie Honeysuckle Rose (also known by the title On the Road Again) which starred Willie Nelson, Dyan Cannon and Slim Pickens. The collection also includes original artwork and designs in several media for “Air Willie," “Willie Nelson and Family Tennis Shoe Tour," “Garland’s Day” (including Slim Pickens drawings) and Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic events. The collection also includes original sketches and materials relating to the two tipis designed for Willie Nelson, production notes and the script for “The Man Who Owed Everyone."

The collection includes booklets, magazines known as "Buddy - The Original Texas Music Magazine," "Hooka" and "Iconoclast." Newspapers with articles about Steve Brooks and his 2009 exhibit of concert posters and handbills are also included with these materials.

T-shirts, original artwork, layouts and calendars from Steve Brooks' work with the Gas Pipe business in Dallas is included in Series 4 of this collection. Early sketches of Mr. Gas Pipe from the 1970s along with illustrations up to the present day reflect the company's unique history, marketing and perspectives.

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A collection of correspondence and clippings documenting the weddings of a group of friends of Mildred Ballew from 1924 to 1927.

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Minnie Baye received her "State Elementary Certificate of the First Class" in 1923. The certificated allowed her to teach in grades one through seven.

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The materials in this collection were collected by Milly Pinkerton Brack and reflect her interests and activities while a student at North Texas State College. This collection includes: student election handbills, athletic and theater programs, registration paperwork, a Fine Arts Series bulletin, cards, receipts and publications that reflect student life from 1954-1956.

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Anna Cue Cofeild kept a scrapbook during her time as a student at the North Texas State Normal College, 1919-1921. Undated clippings make up the bulk of the material on the eight leaves of the scrapbook. The remainder of the contents are black and white prints of friends, students, Club Lake, and images of the campus. The remainder of the content includes; programs, tickets, and other items that reflect the organizations and events that Cofeild was involved with.

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Contains schedule of classes, items pertaining to the United Students of North Texas, and items pertaining to campus life of North Texas State College.

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This collection contains materials from Hilda H. Cunningham's time as a student and staff member at the University of North Texas. It contains music programs, pictures, brochures, and other documents relating to her experiences at the college.

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Scrapbook scraps of UNT alumna Kathleen Flood, 1968.

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A collection of publications concerning the University of North Texas (a Bulletin from 1943) and two issues of the North Texan (October 1967 and June 1972). There is also a commencement invitation from 1944.

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The three volumes cover the topics of study, lesson plans, and teachers' problems. They were created by Agatha Moore between 1930 and 1931.

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A set of black and white prints, mounted on board, that show students and student orgainzations at North Texas State Normal College, now the University of North Texas. The images were collected by G. R. Neel, a student at North Texas, where he was a member of the Glee Club, Kendall-Bruce Society, and Junior 3. Mr. Neel earned a Second Grade Certificate in 1906.

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This collection contains documents, photographs, and artifacts belonging to Wirt and Lola Renfro as given by their son, Sidney L. Renfro, from when they attended North Texas State Normal College in the 1920s-1940s. Items include correspondence, grade records, job photos, a course catalog, newspaper clippings, and an NTSN banner and penant.

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Contains commencement program pages and two volumes of The Yucca belonging to Ruth Johnson Robertson, who may have graduated from North Texas State Normal College in 1913.

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The collection of plaques, certificates, letters, and medals that Mr. Rodrguez earned as a track and field athlete at the University of North Texas (then known as North Texas State College) in the 1950s.

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This collection contains the university papers and artifacts of Julia Smith.

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Two scrapbooks, photographs, programs, and publications that document Lucille Wear Wilson's life as a student at the North Texas State Teacher College (now the University of North Texas). The items include photographs of campus, boarding houses, and the people she knew on campus. Included are; newspaper clippings, photos (Fry Street, Hickory, and the UNT campus), and personal paper items that belonged in Wilson's scrapbook.The documents include invitations, programs, a certificate, a commencement program, cards, a dance card, and a few examples of school work.

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A collection of photoraphic prints of Lilla Belle Dodson Taylor. She appears to be college-age in the images.

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The newspaper clippings and papers in this collection are related to the life of Evelynne Holmes Vick, or various articles related to University of North Texas. The school materials in this collection are assignments, reviews, and papers from Evelynne Holmes Vick's time as a high school teacher, with many of the papers being from English courses.

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The papers have programs that document Pauline Ward Wetherell's participation in the following clubs: the Current Literature Club, E. D. Criddle Historical Society, English Majors Club, and Kappa Delta Pi. Pauline Ward, from Tolar, Texas, graduated in May 1936 with a Bachelor of Science in English.

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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.

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Publications from the North Texas State Teachers College, from 1942 to 1944. The publications give information on residence hall rules for girls, the entertainment available on campus, and academics such as the writings of the students.

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The Dr. Mary Evans Papers contains the personal papers of Mary Evans, the first woman to earn a PhD from the University of North Texas. The collection includes photographs and a scrapbook.

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Betty E. Alexander was a student at UNT from 1960 to 1963. She was a member of Phi Chi Theta (the Alpha Nu Chapter), Alpha Chi, the Mary Arden Club, and was named to Who's Who. Ms. Alexander graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration with Honors in Secretarial Administration. The charm bracelet in the collection has charms such as an eagle mascot and a pennant that indicate the involvement that Betty E. Alexander had in campus activities during her time as a student.

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There are four issues of the UNT literary magazine the Avesta in this collection. Buford Ingram collected four issues of the Avesta magazine during his time as a student at North Texas State Teachers College (now known as the University of North Texas). Ingram's script, "Juggernaut," was published in the Fall 1940 issue of the Avesta.

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Robert Enterline proposed a memorial be built for members of his Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) Unit, #3890. The unit was transfered from their training at North Texas State Teachers College to the 103rd Infantry Division in the spring of 1944 before being sent overseas to serve in France and Germany.

A memorial plaque was made and a ceremony for its unveiling took place on June 30, 1997 at the UNT University Union courtyard. The plaque was on permenant display at the union. It honors the ten men of AST Unit 3890 who died in action. Four members of the unit, John Dolan, Robert Enterline, Pierce Evans, and Dr. Andrew Setliffe were present at the ceremony.

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This collection contains a certificate and diploma belonging to Grace M. Hill. Contents are official documents issued by North Texas State Teachers College to Grace McKinnon HIll. The certificate was awarded by the Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers and the diploma was awarded by North Texas Teachers College.

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Contains essays from A.J. Triggs, Jr. of Texas Golf Hall of Fame, who graduated from University of North Texas in 1955.

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Miss Annie Wilson's scapbook holds clippings, photographs, programs, and correspondence concerning her high school graduation, her graducation from the North Texas Normal School, and two of her places of employment as a teacher. The dates range from 1898 to 1917 with the bulk of the materials in 1913.

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This collection contains black and white photographs showcasing student life on the North Texas campus during the early 1950s.

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The Vera Key Pitts Collection is a compilation of items from Pitts' attendance of North Texas State Teacher's College. The collection includes programs from campus events, a commencement exercise, Pitts' grade card from one of her semesters on campus, correspondence from the Delta Kappa Gamma Society, as well as a diploma. Pitts attended the college in the late 1920s and the early 1930s before moving on to a career in teaching.

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Information and belongings of NTSU graduate, Jasmine Rudd Burks.

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The collection consists of student directories for Gainesville Junior College and North Texas State Teachers College.

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The documents pertain to Ben. F. Powell's student activities from 1931 to 1935.  He was involved in several university organizations including playing on the football team, serving as the president of the Junior Class, the chair of the Dance Committee, and the president of the Geezles.

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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.

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This collection consists of the loose pages of a scrapbook that belonged to Amy Newsom, a student of North Texas State Normal College in the 1910s. Many of the photographs depict Newsom and other female students who resided in the Gallagher House, a boarding house in Denton, Texas. These photos show the students studying, posing in front of the house, exercising, and participating in other social activities around campus and Denton. "Ma and Pa" Gallagher, presumably the owners of the house, are also pictured as is William Bruce, the university president at the time. Individual photographs of Newsom's "friends and classmates" are featured and labeled either with first and last names or the individual's relationship to Amy. These individual photographs include photos of Amy Newsom and of her younger brother, Clyde Newsom.

In addition to photos from Newsom's time in college, the scrapbook also contains photographs and postcards from a trip to Palacios, Texas, as well as "miscellaneous" photos of a house in Celina, Texas, and of a creek.

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