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Anna Esparza was born December 25, 1992, in DuPage County, Illinois before relocating to Denton County, Texas in 1997. In 2014, Esparza enrolled at the University of North Texas to pursue a Studio Arts degree in Photography. In 2018, Esparza enrolled once more at UNT to pursue a degree in Information Science with a concentration in Archives. While employed for the University Libraries Special Collections, Esparza documented the daily life of Denton County and the surrounding Dallas-Fort Worth area that pertained to student and library engagement with the community.
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Anna Esparza Photography Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections
This is a born-digital collection that can only be accessed online in the Portal to Texas History.
The materials in the collection are arranged in chronological order.
Photographs that document daily life and special events in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Pridenton A Night Out: A Reverse Pride Parade. Denton County Courthouse on the Square, 110 W Hickory, Denton.
Series 2: UNT Football Tailgate, 2019-08-31
Photographs from the UNT tailgate of August 31, 2019, first football game of the season against the Abilene Christian Wildcats. Photographs include tabling from UNT Special Collection and other vendors.
Series 3: UNT Hispanic Heritage Month - CARNIVAL, 2019-09-12
Series 4: UNT Founder's Day 2019, 2019-09-13
Celebrating the founding of UNT of its 129th birthday!
Series 5: 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar, 2019-11-02
Archivists, museum curators, librarians, and history professionals from all across the DFW area at the Patterson-Appleton Center in Denton, TX, on Saturday, November 2, 2019, from 1-5pm for the DFW Archives Bazaar.
Series 6: March to the Polls and a LiberTea, 2020-02-27
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, which guaranteed women’s right to vote, the Eagle Commons Library invited registered voters to meet up for early voting. Voters registered in Denton county meet up at the Eagle Commons Library at Sycamore Hall on Thursday, February 27 at 11 a.m. They marched to the early voting location in the Gateway Center to cast their ballots in the presidential primary and local elections.