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The Army Specialized Training Program was designed to train junior officers and specialists to meet military needs during World War II. The aim of the ASTP was to provide a reservoir of qualified soldiers to meet the needs of various services for technicians, specialists, and officers. The Solders entered the program based on their scores on a pre-induction test. The men had to be between the ages of 17 and 22. The students took basic military training before their assignment to schools that ran ASTP on campus. After finishing their course of study, the soldiers were assigned to active military units.
The North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas) unit was activated in July and began instruction in August 1943. Soldiers were classified as students and originally lived in the college cooperative unit on Avenue A. University instructors were assigned to the program and the soldiers were taught in separate groups from the civilian students. The soldiers schedule did not coincide with the college calendar. The soldiers were given three twelve week terms with courses in mathematics, chemistry, physics, geography, English, history, engineering, drawing, and physical training. By December, 1943, the Army had requested the use of Chilton Hall to house the ASTP soldiers.
Mr. Dixie Boyd was the business manager at North Texas State College (now the University of North Texas). He was the valedictorian of his class at Lewisville High School. He attended the University of Texas, but finished his degree at North Texas State College. He married Nellie A. Knight on June 24, 1908. They had three daughters (Bernice, Ruth, and Dixie) and one son (Dixon). Mrs. Boyd died in 1946. He taught school for seven years. He then worked for the Denton County Nation Bank from 1914 to 1930. Mr. Boyd started his career as a bookkeeper in 1930 at North Texas State College and became business manager in 1932. Mr. Boyd was also a member of the Denton Chamber of Commerce. By his retirement in 1955, his title was comptroller-treasurer. He served UNT for 25 years.
Clara Nena Russell Brewer (1896-1967) and Cyrus F. Brewer(1892-1977) of Fort Worth, Texas made education their life focus. Cyrus attended the North Texas State Normal College in 1916. He was the vice-president of the freshman class in that year. He was a member of the army during World War I. Mr. Brewer served in the 90
William “Bill” Wheat Collins, Jr. (1913-2008) graduated from Sherman High School in 1930. He attended Texas A& M College and then worked for the Texas Cooperative Cotton Association, the Kimbell Milling Company, and with numerous dance bands. He returned to college in 1934 at North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas). He played trumpet with the Stage Band. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1937 and a Master of Science in 1938. He would also study at John Hopkins University and graduate from the Maxwell School of Public Administration at Syracuse University and the Southwest School of Banking at SMU. In 1941, he worked as an economist with the Federal Power Commission in Washington, D. C. He served in the Navy during World War II. Mr. Collins joined the Fort Worth regional office of Public Housing Administration. Mr. Collins married Margaret Binkley Collins in 1947 and were together for 55 years until her death in 2002. By 1955, he was the regional economist for that office. By 1960, he was the deputy regional administrator for the Fort Worth office of Housing and Home Finance Agency. Mr. Collins represented the United States in Cairo, Egypt at a housing conference at the request of President Johnson. In 1965, he was elected chairman of the Dallas-Fort Worth federal executive board and appointed the first regional administrator for the Southwest regional office of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Mr. Collins was elected chair of the Southwest federal regional council in 1966. He served as a member of the steering committee for the establishment of the Tarrant County Junior College system and as principal federal adviser for the creation of the North Central Texas Council of Governments. Mr. Collins was appointed special assistant to the Housing and Urban Development secretary in 1970. He directed the response to Hurricane Celia that hit the Corpus Christi area. He drafted a manual for use by HUD in before his retirement in 1972. He was named a University of North Texas Distinguished Alumnus in 1988. He received the first Dean’s Award for “Outstanding and Continuing Contributions to the Musical Life of the College” in 1998.
Louis Fred Connell, Jr. (1914-2003) earned his Bachelor’s degree from the Texas College of Arts and Industries (now Texas A&M University at Kingsville) in 1934. He earned his Master’s degree (1936) and doctorate (1948) in physics from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Connell married Geraldine Jopling in Kingsville in 1938. He joined the North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas) in 1937 as Physics instructor. From 1942 to 1945, he served in the Navy. Following World War II, he was an assistant professor of physics at the University of Texas at Austin, 1947-1951. In 1951, he became a member of the Physics faculty at the University of North Texas, a position he would hold until 1975. He was the department chair from 1951 to 1969.
Edward John Coomes, Jr. (1929-2004) was born in Missouri and attended Catholic schools and Rockhurst Jesuit College. He served in the Navy in the Korean War. He pursued his graduate studies at the University of Kansas and Mainz University in West Germany as a Fulbright Scholar. He taught history as a graduate assistant at the University of Kansas from 1958 to 1963. He came to the University of North Texas in 1963 where worked as a faculty member until his retirement in 2000. Professor Coomes was a member of the Boy Scouts of America for sixty-five years. He was also a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Sigma Nu, Delta Epsilon Sigma, and Phi Alpha Theta among others.
William Earl Cooper (1911 - ) was born in 1911 in Ellis County, Texas to Charles Edward Cooper and Lillie Belle Smith. He graduated from Frost High School in 1933. Mr. Cooper attended Randolph Junior College in Cisco, Texas and Hillsboro Junior College in Hillsboro, Texas. He was a member of the Texas National Guard 36
Pauline Thomas Davis, an alumna of the University of North Texas. She was a member of the Press Club in 1932-33. Ms. Davis received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics on August 20, 1937. She worked as a teacher in Texas schools for seven years before following her husband to California. She worked as an air traffic controller for five years before retuning teaching in 1959. She taught in the 7 until her retirement.
Imogene Bentley Dickey Mohat (1908-2000), Professor Emeritus of Arts and Sciences and longtime dean of women at the University of North Texas. She taught English while serving as dean from 1944 to 1968. She taught full time until 1977. Ms. Mohat was the acting director of the drama division from 1977 to 1979. Ms. Mohat was named an honorary alumna of UNT in 1981. In 1990, she and her husband, John T. Mohat, established the Imogene Bentley Dickey Mohat Scholarship, awarded annually to a full-time UNT undergraduate student majoring in English. She died June 26, 2000, in Denton, Texas. She was 91 years old.
The Kappa Sigma fraternity was founded in 1952. The University of North Texas organization is the Epsilon-Upsilon chapter. The fraternity originated at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville in 1869. The four pillars of the fraternity are fellowship, leadership, scholarship, and service. The item in this collection concerns the foundation of the Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation, Inc.
The scrapbook was anonymously donated to Special Collections. It contains clippings that concern the life and activities of the Normal College. Faculty news, sports, and student organizations are covered in the clippings.
Mrs. Fayrene Chapman Hickman, of Wichita Falls, graduated with a Bachelor of Art in Art in 1932. As a student she was a member of Kappa Delta Pi, the Scholarship Society, the Art Club, and the Elementary Council. Her parents were Joshua Bill Chapman (1860-1921) and Mary E. Chapman (1864-1924) of Gainesville, Texas. Fayrene’s husband was A. O. Hickman.
Major General James R. Jones (1922-2007), a survivor of Iwo Jima, was a native of Jacksboro, Texas. He graduated from Jacksboro High School, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1947 from North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas), and a Master’s degree from George Washington University in 1967. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1941. He was commissioned in 1944. He served until 1977, when he retired with the rank of Major General. He earned the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with Combat V with two gold stars in lieu of second and third awards, and the Joint Service Commendation Medal.
Sarah Law Kennerly was born in South Carolina on September 28, 1910. She was a graduate of Winthrop College, Rock Hill, South Carolina. She earned her Master of Library Science from Emory University and her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. Dr. Kennerly joined the University of North Texas faculty in 1951 and retired in 1977. She died on April 19, 2002
Theodore Lee (circa 1930-2016) spent most of his career in education. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Jarvis Christian College and a Master’s degree in education from North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas). His teaching included working as a substitute teacher at Dallas’ H. S. Thompson Elementary School. He was a science teacher at Thompson and later Julia C. Frazier Elementary. He went on to serve as a principal at George Washington Carver Elementary, Albert Sidney Johnston Elementary, Oliver W. Holmes Middle School, and Elisha Pease Elementary School. He also served as a Dallas Independent School District deputy assistant superintendent. He went on to become the first African American associate dean of students at the University of North Texas. He also worked as an instructor at Bishop College, Prairie View A & M University, Texas Southern University, and Wiley College. After his retirement from the Dallas Independent School District in the early 1990s he became the publisher, president, and chief executive officer of
Maurice McAdow (1904-2001) was a faculty member of the University of North Texas. He served as the director of bands from 1945 to 1975. McAdow attended Anthony High School, in Anthony, Kansas, graduating in 1922. He attended Montana State University Billing for a year. He would earn a Bachelor of Music Education from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1939. He worked as band director at the Greenville School System in 1936. By 1943, he was the band director at the York Community High School in Elmhurst. In 1945, McAdow joined the College of Music at the University of North Texas and developed the concert and marching band program. He worked for the university for 28 years.
Anne Amelia Pierce Meyer was born on February 18, 1896. In the interview she provides he memoires of being at student at the North Texas State Normal College. She account includes her living arrangements, her memories of Annie Webb Blanton, classes, and some of her professors.
Alfred Tennyson Miller (1913-1993) attended Fort Worth schools. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from Prairie View College. He started his master’s degree at North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas) and completed it at the University of Wisconsin. He taught school in Vernon, Texas (1935), Denton, Texas (1936). In Port Arthur, Texas, he served as High School principal until 1967. He then worked for the United States Office of Education as a Program Officer, specialist in integration. Mr. Miller served as vice president and then president of TSAT from 1954 to 1967.
Dr. Robert William Ottman (1914-2005) earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Music from the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, New York. He served in the United States Infantry in World War II as a chaplain’s assistant in Europe. At the end of the war, he attended Trinity College of Music in London for three months. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of North Texas in 1956. He was a Professor of Music Theory and chair of the Theory Department, and conductor of the Madrigal Singers during his thirty-five years as a faculty member at the University of North Texas. He was awarded the UNT President’s Citation for outstanding service in 2004.
Richard Henry Schiebel (1924-2010) was born in Rochester, New York. His family moved to Texas in 1932. He was a member of the Army Air Corps in 1941, earning his pilot’s wings in 1944. He served in World War II and Korea. He retired from the military with the rank of Lt. Colonel. Richard H. Schiebel of Dallas was a member of the class of 1948. In his senior year he was a member of the “T” Club, Psi Chi, the Basketball Squad, the College Varsity Show, and Alpha Chi. He was the son of Walter J. E. and Onnolee Schiebel. Richard Schiebel taught in the public school system of Little Rock Arkansas, and in Ball High School in Galveston, Texas.
Dr. Joseph Kean Gwynn Silvey (1907-1989) joined the faculty of the University of North Texas in 1935. He was the chair of the Biology Department from 1952 to 1973. From 1971 to 1975, he also served as the associate dean of basic sciences for the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Silvey founded the Center for Environmental Studies, later known as the Institute of Applied Sciences. He retired in 1977.
Julia Smith (1905-1989) was the composer of the University of North Texas alma mater, “Glory to the Green.” Ms. Smith was born in Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas. Her father was a professor of Mathmatics at UNT and raised his family in a house located just off campus. As a child she took piano lessons from Mary Anderson. Ms. Smith would graduate from the North Texas state Normal College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She received her Master’s degree from New York University in 1933. She continued her studies at Julliard School of Music. Her first opera,
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Leigh Hilton earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 1989. She received her law degree, graduating Summa Cum Laude, in 1992 from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. Ms. Hilton is a member of the Wealth Counsel and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys.
The Marketing Club Scrapbook documents the membership, faculty sponsors, and activities of this student business organization.
A-008, 1990-005, 2017-033, 1993-012, 2017-034, 2017-035, 2010-027, 2009-018
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This collection is arranged by folder with each folder being dedicated to a particular Alumni or Organization.
Small collections (three folders or fewer) associated with University of North Texas alumni, faculty, and programs on campus. These collections contain various papers, publications, and photographs.
This folder contains: a notecard, 2 copies of the Third Annual Glee Club Concert program, a 1906 Poem, an Alumni Program 1906, 3 copies of the Senior Class Program 1906, 3 copies of The Final Exercises of North Texas State Normal invitation 1906, a Programme, and a San Francisco Chinatown picture.
This folder contains two photographs on cardstock of unknown individuals.
For: “Mr. Pim Passes By” by A. A. Milne and Presented by Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club; a playbill and “Old Lady 31” by Rachel Crothers and Presented by Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club; a playbill.
Contains photographs on two black scrapbook cardstock papers. The first paper has photographs of 3 possible students from North Texas State Teachers College. The second paper has photographs of 4 possible students along with another picture on the back with a program presented by the Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club.
Owners Label (inside front cover) states: “This book belongs to Elie Keron Wilkerson, Graduated from North Texas State Normal College”
This folder contains a diary titled “The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book” which also served as a scrapbook. Inside, this book contains information about: dates attended, Class Colors, Class Yell, Current Literature Club Information Booklet for 1907-08, Class Autographs, Teachers and their classes, Notes on Teachers, Class Prophecy and how it comes out, Senior Class Program May 21, 1906, “School” Social Events, Current Literature Club Information Booklet for 1906-07, Her Gowns (graduation dress), The Presents, [class] Jokes and Frolics, Baccalaureate Sermon, Miscellaneous with Class Roll – Senior…Club and members, Studies Standing Report
This invitation came inside the postal envelope addressed to Miss Mary Williams with a name card that states “Mary Arden Club”
Contains one photograph of a group of individuals waiting on the side of a railroad tracks with luggage. The back of the photograph states: “Commencement Rush, 1910” along with a possible name of Alice Steffins Black
This folder contains two Special Service Awards. One was presented to The Green Jackets on January 11, 1980 while the other was presented to Judy Hadeler on January 19, 1980.
A letter written by Erin Garrett requesting that Jess (Mankin) about the founding meeting for the Denton Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation, Inc. to be held June 26, 1959.
These are grade cards for Ben Powell.
On the back is "Program: Inter-Collegiate Debate. It is dated April 8, 1911.
Ada Terrill was the wife of North Texas President Menter Bradley Terrill.
North Texas State Teachers College diploma
Card for retirement and signed guest book
Letter and newspaper article copy about C.L. Sone from relative Chloe Webb, with reply letter from Susan Rogers
Letter to Mrs. L.A. Sharp
Letter and Program about the innuaguration of Ed D. Roach
Letter dated 1986 and statistical information about a possible NTSU and TWU cooperation in 1950
5 programs of NTSC (now UNT) football games in the Fall of 1958 Gift of Cindy Parsons
Images taken of the some of the men participating in the army specialized training program at the University of North Texas (then known as North Texas State Teachers College).
Three Xerox copies of a group photograph of the men in the Army Specialized Traing Program in August, 1943.
Men gather at the back door into Chilton Hall.
An image of the Lieutenant Colonel Unitet States Army Mallonee II standing on the stairs of Chilton Hall.
A colored postcard with an image of Chilton Hall and a slip of paper that gives the name of the photographer of the images in this collection, Private Gustav Enyedy, Jr.
The images show a soldier, Gustav Enyedy, in fatiguesand giving a crawling demonstration. The wood frame house known as Hamilton Hall is in the background.
Three images of a soldier in fatigues and wearing a gas mask. He stands beside Hamilton Hall.
Images of two soldiers, Ed Coles and Bob Enterline, posing outside Hamilton Hall.
Print 1: Don Cryer stands outside Hamilton Hall; Print 2: Ed Antkowicz, Bob Anders, and John Adams pose beside Hamilton Hall; Bob Anders, Ed Coles, and Ed Fritz beside Hamilton Hall.
Print 1: Fire at neighboring house; Print 2: Hamilton Hall roof on fire; Print 3: Firemen at Hamilton Hall.
Print 1: Hamilton Hall on fire; Print 2: Gus Enyedy at Chilton Hall; Print 3: Gus Enyedy in dress uniform at Chilton Hall.
Print 1: Gus Enyedy, in dress unform without his jacket on, at Chilton Hall; Print 2: Gus enyedy poses with "The Student" statue behind Chilton Hall; Print 3: Stuart Friedman poses beside "The Student" statue in dress uniform.
Print 1: The courtyard behind Chilton Hall; Print 2: View of the landscape around Denton Texas; Print 3: view of the landscape around Denton, Texas.
Print: The Denton County Courthouse; Postcard of Chilton Hall.
Print 1: Gustav and Barbara Enyedy pose by a plaque of classmates killed in acton; Print 2: Gustav Enyedy poses with a plaque of classmaetes killed in action; Print 3: A close-up of the plaque. The plaque was on display in the third Union Building (1976-2013) at the University of North Texas.
Print 1: Bricked up door in Chilton Hall, a result of the rehabilitation of the building; Print 2: Gustave Enyedy poses with the head and torso of "The Student" statue in Chilton Hall; Print 3: Gustave enyedy poses with the head and torso of "The Student" statue in Chilton Hall.
Print 1: Gustave enyedy poses with University Archivist Richard Himmel; Print 2: Gustav Enyedy postes with University Archivist Richard Himmel in the Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room.
Five black and white negatives of an enlisted man standing beside Hamilton Hall.
This sheet has four black and white negatives of Hamilton Hall on fire.
This sheet has four negatives of soldiers at Chilton Hall, posing with "The Student" statue, and an image of Chilton Hall and its courtyard.
This sheet has black and white negaties of images of the land around Denton, Texas and of the Denton County Courthouse.
This sheet has Nega-File Company envelopes for photographic negatives. The dates and locations shown in the images are given. The camera is called candid type.
A black and white image of the North Texas Business Manager, Dixie Boyd, at his desk.
Emails concerning the work of composer Euel Box.
The card shows the classes taken by Cyrus Brewer during the year of 1920-1921.
The certificate was issued by Cyrus F. Brewer in 1921 and has stamps renewing it in 1928 and 1931. The certificate is signed by Annie Webb Blanton.
A Xerox copy of a fact sheet describing the new High School for White Settlement that was opened in 1955.
A clipping that concerns the naming of the new White Settlement High School after Cyrus Brewer.
A Xerox copy of an image of Clara Brewer.
This was written by William W. Collins, Jr.
A letter from William Collins, Jr. concerning the history of jazz, the Stage Band and 'Fessor Graham on the University of North Texas campus.
A paper writen by William Collins, Jr., that covers the differences in the approach to the work of the presidency by Dr. Bruce and Dr. Marquis.
Memorial program for Louis Fred Connell, Jr. (1914-2003).
Memorial program used in the funeral service for Edward Coomes.
The Commencement program for North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas) for August 20, 1937.
Pages from the Paris Junior College yearbook the "Galleon." One page is titles "In Appreciation" and dedicated the 1938 "Galleon" to Miss Imogene Bentley.
Dr. Imogene Bentley Dickey was honored with a Distinguished Alumna Award and it was announced in this program.
The memorial program for Imogene Bentley Dickey Mohat funeral.
Handwritten notes of the remarks made by Mack Vaughan at Dr. Mohat's funeral on July 1, 2000.
Contains member card, pledge manual, house photos, brothers list, newsletter, and article copy
Contains 2 photos, music sheet, newspaper clippings, and manuscript book
Two photos and a letter
Denton Teachers College banquet program and Avesta publication
Scrapbook of clippings that document the activities on the Normal College campus
2 copies - From Box 2, Folder 11
Please note: Box 5 is currently being processed on-site at Willis Library. Contact the Special Collections Department for more information.
A booklet that has information on the classes she took while a student at North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas).
A black and white print that shows A. O. Hickman and his daughter, Mary Duncan Hickman. Mary gives a dog a treat.
"Fayrne Hickman and her daughter, Mary Duncan Hickman; probably about 1929" Fayrene Hickman holds the dog. Both mother and daughter sit on the steps of a house.
An older couple are seen standing on a balcony.
"Graduation day for Katie Fayrene Chapman Hickman. Her brother, Bill chapman, from Gainesville is on the right."
"Hear Bruner and Reynolds at Broadway Baptist Church Assisted by a Chorus of Sixty Voices Each Eve.(Evening) this Week, 8 o'clock."
This document lists students who were issued certificates and diplomas.
Two sheets of paper with math problems on it.
This document provides lists of students who earned certificates or a diploma. Ruth Jackson is listed as under "First year Students to Whom Second Grade Certificates Were Awarded."
Handwritten paper with spirit chants for students of the North Texas Normal (now the University of North Texas).
A copy of the "North Texas Normal Journal" makes up the contents of this folder.
A black and white negative of a man and woman standing on a wooded lot.
A woman and an infant sit on the porch of a house. Other houses can be seen in the background.
A figure, holding a bucket, is photographed standing beside a house.
A black and white negative of two people standing beside a house.
"Two UNT Alumni at Iwo Jima Survivors Reunion in Wichita Falls. Melvin Tenoglia (?) and Major General James R. Jones, United States Marine Corps, Retired. Courtesy of Cy Young."
"Major General James R. Jones, United State Marine Corps, Retired escorting Miss America - 2000, Heather French at the Iwo Jima Survivors Reunion, February 2, 2000. Miss America was the key note speaker at the Air Force-Sea Force Luncheon."
"Memorial Service for Sarah Law Kennerly, Ph.D., 1910-2002"
This document was prepared by Margaret Irby Nichols and Melody Kelly.
A heel shaped black and white print of a man with a small girl who is seated on the top of a wooden structure.
An image of woman who wears round glasses, and a man who holds a small girl dressed in a white dress and bonnent. They pose in a garden. It appears to be fall.
An image of a young girl posed on a chair in front of a painted screen of a temple and garden seen. The girl wears a white dress and has her hair parted in the middle. The back of the image reads, " A. Baumgarten, Photographer, Lincolnton, N. C. (North Carolina)."
Sarah Law Kennerly sits in a chair in front of a Christmas tree.
An image of Sarah Law Kennerly sitting in a chair beside a Christmas Tree.
An image of a formerly dressed man with a bow tie, and a walrus style mustache. Under the image is printed, "National Copying Co."
Correspondence and clippings that document Theodore Lee's employment at the University of North Texas.
Copies of correspondence and clippings that document Theodore Lee's career. The folder also has black and white prints and negatives.
Peggy Ladenberger interviewed Anne Amelia Piece Meyer about her experiences as a student at the North Texas Normal (now the Universilty of North Texas) and her year as a teacher.
This is a Xerox copy of the program.
Robert W. Ottman was a Professor Emeritus in Music for the University of North Texas. He died at age 91 in 2005.
The postcard is addressed to Frances Louise Faireaux of McKinney, Texas and was sent from Katherine.
The card has a black and white image of the band being directed by Floyd Graham. The card was an advertisement for North Texas State Teachers College (now the University of North Texas).
"Library Building, North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas, Erected in 1937 at a cost of $250,00.00" This building has been known as the Information Science Building and is now called Sycamore Hall.
"Library Building, North Texas state Normal College, Denton, Texas." This building has been known by several names: the Library, the Museum Building, the Historical Building, and currently Curry Hall.
This is a colored postcard of the Administration Building, now known as the Auditorium Building.
A colored image of the Auditorium Building, now known as the Auditorium Building.
A colored image of Chilton Hall, constructed in 1939. The building originally a dormitory for men.
This postcard has a colored image of Chilton Hall.
A postcard with a colored image of Terrill Hall (1939), originally a women's dormitory.
A colored postcard with an image of Marquis Hall that was built in 1936 as a women's dormitory.
A colored postcard with an image of Terrill Hall.
A colored postcard of Marquis Hall that was built in 1936 as a women's dormitory.
A colored postcard of the front of Marquis Hall.
The card has an image of Chilton Hall. It is addressed to Robert Lackland of Kaansas City, Missouri and is from Mrs. Haskell H. Morgan of Fort Worth, Texas.
Otis Power poses with the statue "The Student." The statue has been dressed in graduation cap and gown.
"Mr. Chilton in my cap and gown 1948" is written on the the back. "Beaird's Photo Finishers Kodak Printing, Denton Texas" is stamped on the back.
Two men pose with "The Student." "Danny Smith and Mr. Chilton and me (on left)" is written on the back.
On the back of the image is: "LR (left to right) 1. Jim Eagle, Fort Worth. 2. ?; 3. ?; 4. Owen D. Price, Fort Stocton; 5. ?; 6. (rear) Dick Schiebel, Dallas, 1947"
"Ted Ball and Joe Tilpot at Chilton Hall" is written on the back of the photograph.
The following is written on the back of the photograph: "My Jeep and me. My room in the background." Chilton Hall is in the background.
"Mom and Dad and Me at Chilton" is written on the back of the photograph. The image shows Mr. Schiebel and his parents sitting on the benches in the courtyard at the back of Chilton Hall.
"Joe Shelby and Alex Coutrex, Chilton Hall, N. T. S. C. (North Texas State College), Fall '48 (1948) is written on the back of the photograph.
"Curtis Wastson and Mr. Chilton" is written on back of the photograph.
A signed portrait of Silvio Schionti. "to Esther Hutbhod pianist and a friend! unsusual in both virtues! Best wishes Silvio Scionti" The photographers mark is for M. Daniel, New York.
This is a diploma earned by W. Hayden Shirley in the science course of the North Texas State Normal School (now the University of North Texas).
An interview with Dr. J. K. G. Silvey by Ray Stokes concerning Dr. Silvey's involvement in the founding of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (now the Univerisy of North Texas Health Science Center).
A copy of "Glory to The Green and White" by Charles Langford and Julia Smith. The sheet music is signed by Julia Smith, "For Rita with deep appreiation for all that you do for North Texas. Fondly Julia Smith, Nov[ember] 7, 1970" The sheet music was printed in 1966.
Copies of information on Bascom Clark Swinney (1893-1946) and and his wife Lizzie Lee Wright 1898-1989). It covers family information, schools attended, and thier careers as teachers. Both attended North Texas State Normal College (now the University of North Texas).
This list, a Xerox copy, was for officers receiving glider training in Denton, Texas.
A scan of a black and white print that shows a group of men posed near Chilton Hall. They are identified as: Lieutenant Jim Walton (extreme left, squatting), Lieutenant Jim House (standing with pipe), Lieutenant Ronald Terry (next to Lieutenant House); Lieutenant Bill Swift (extreme left and seated). All are field artillery o fficers.
A scan of an image that shows a group of Air Force officers. Those identified are: Jim Walton (back row, left, standing); Ronald Terry (next to Walton); and Jim House (seated, third from left).
A group of Field Artillery Officers pose in the courtyard of Chilton Hall. None of the ten men are identified.
A group of field artillery officers pose behind Chilton Hall in 1943. This is the same image as the photographic image (2).
This is the same print as the photographic image (1).
This sheet show the same image twice. The top image identifies three of the men in the image. Lieutenant Terry (center, back row); Lieutenant House (second from left, front row); and Lieutant Swift (lieing down, second from right, front row).
Larry Gene Walz (1924-1998) was a Music Emeritus Faculty member.
An image of "residents of Bruce hall (second floor A wing) 1949. I am on the right."
A 1908 diploma for Mary M. Williams "which shall rank as a permanent certificate, entitling its holder to teach without further examination in any public school of the State of Texas as provided by statute." The back of the diploma has an image of the Main and Normal Buildings.
A 1919 article that traces the history of the Mary Arden Club, from its founding in 1903 until the year they paid off the note on the Mary Arden Club Lodge, 1919. The article was published in the Campus Chat, the news paper of the North Texas State Normal College (now the University of North Texas).
The commencement program for the 1909 North Texas State Normal College (now the University of North Texas) that was mailed to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hampton of Vernon, Texas by Louise Hampton. Miss Hampton graduated with a second grade teaching certificate.
Contains student activity tickets, and a grade booklet and records
Contains a "The Campus Chat" newspaper clipping, "Doings in Denton" newsletter, ID cards, event ticket, campaign handout, fraternity handbook, and commencement invitation and program
Contains photo, diagram, and note from donor, V.L. Mann
"Marketing Club" is in black, block letters on this page.
There are three photographs: John Tanner, Dr. Clifford Hutton, and Dr. Hale Newcomer. Below the images is, "14th Marketing Conference."
Photograph of eight men with "AMA" on the top of their name tags.
There are photo-corners on the page, but the photograph is missing.
A photograph of a man speaking at a lecturn.
There are photocorners on the page, but the photograph is missing.
There are five clippings on this page with the following titles: "Marketing Club Will Host Dinner;" Sales Group Goes to Televised Clinic;" " Marketing Club;" "Personals;" and "Members of the NTSC Marketing Club Will Hear Talk Tonight."
There are two clippings on this page with the titles: " Business Club Will Host Clinic," and "Students Given Awards by Marketing Asociation."
There are three clippings with the following titles: "Students Interview Dallasites," Organizations Will Sponsor Yearly Business Sales Clinic," and NT Students in Research Set Up."
A clipping with a photograph has the title, "Second Sales Clinic Opens."
This page has one clipping, "Clubs Present Year's Awards."
A single clipping is on this page, "Marketing Meeting Set Wednesday." There is a program stuck between pages 12 and 13. It is "Advertising - Fact or Fiction, 16th Annual Marketing Conference" and is dated March 22, 1972.
This page has one clipping, "Marketing Club Hears Woosley Reveal How American Motors Beat Depression." There are also two black and white prints.
There are photo-corners on the page, but no images are attached.
There are four black and white prints: one shows a car in the Homecoming Parade, the others appear to show members or meetings.
There are photo-corners on this page, but no prints.
There is one clipping from the Campus Chat, the campus newspaper, "Visiting Marketers to Study Auto Industry's Fact, Fiction."
There are two black and white prints of the following men: Dean O. J. Curry and Gregory D. Babyan.
There is one small clipping, "Marketing Club," and one black and white print of men talking by a table set for dinner.
There are photo-corners on the page, but no photographs.
This page has a program for the "College Sales Clinic," and a card "I Am Going to the Marketing Club Sales Clinic, April 29, Are You?" There is also a clipping, "Marketing Club Sponsors Salesmanship Clinic Today."
There are two black and white portraits: William Cody and Robert F. Penny.
This page has a brochure for " Alphonso Johnson Memorial Student Tour," a list of faculty, and a printed slip of paper, "Marketing Students Make Tour."
There are three black and white portraits of: James L. Forrester, Clifford Hutton, and Pat Smith.
This page has a paper that lists officers and sales clinic committee charimen. There is a brochure, "I You Are Nor in the Market Club You Should Be!"
This is an empty page.
There are two clippings, one for "Wing Ding" and the other for the "First Meeting." There is also a vita for Allen H. Skaggs.
This page has a clipping on it, "Executives Push Ecology."
This page has a brochure and clipping that document the Marketing Club's "Field Trip to Dallas, Safeway Distribution Center."
This is a blank page.
A page that continues to document the club's visit to Dallas. This page concerns the Dallas Trade Mart and has two clippings of images of that site.
This page is blank.
This page documents the "Annual Fall Banquet" with a program, name card for Mr. Clampet, a handwritten card giving the date and location of the event and a small clipping.
This page is blank.
This page has two clippings, and a card from O. J. Curry's secretary sending regrets that he could not attend the holiday banquet.
This page is blank.
This page has two clippings: "Marketing Club Names Top Coed," and "Marketing Club."
This page is blank.
This page has a programs for the "Fouth Annual College Sales Clinic"
Page 40 is blank. Page 41 has signatures for those attending the Sales Clinic.
Page 42 is blank and page 43 has signatures on it.
Page 44 is blank. Page 45 has signatures on it.
Page 46 is blank. Page 47 has "1960-1961" on it.
Page 48 is blank. Page 49 has a list of the club's officers.
Page 50 is blank. Page 51 documents the "Annual Field Trip." The club visited Kraft Foods. There is a package for "Kraft Caramels" on the page.
Page 52 is blank. Page 53 continues to document the field trip. There is a brochure for Merchandise Mart.
Page 54 is blank. Page 55 has brochure for the "Fifth Annual Marketing Conference."
Page 56 is blank. Page 57 has signatures for the "Conference Registration."
Page 58 is blank. Page 59 continues with the registration signatures.
Page 60 is blank. Page 61 has signatures on it.
Page 62 is blank. Page 63 starts the entries for the 1960-1961 school year. A brochure for the Marketing Club is attached.
Page 64 is blank. Page 65 has three black and white prints: "Picnic, October 5, 1961;" Door Prize Given at the First Meeting;" and "First Meeting, Mr. Merrill Frazer, Director of the Dallas Better Business Bureau."
Page 66 is blank. Page 67 has two covers for magazines: "Safeguard" and "Reader's Digest" for September 1955. A label says that is was part of the literature given out at the first meeting.
Page 68 is blank. Page 69 has a brochure for Procter and Gamble of Dallas, Texas. It documents the annual field trip.
A brochure for the Marketing Club is attached to this page.
This page has five black and white prints of the activities of the "Fall Banquet."
Page 72 is blank. Page 73 has a brochure, card, and clipping for the "6th Annual Marketing Conference."
Page 74 is blank. Page 75 has signatures of those attending the 6th Annual Marketing Conference.
Page 76 is blank. Page 77 has a clipping, and two programs on the 6th Annual Marketing Conference.
Page 78 is blank. Page 79 has a brochure for the Marketing Club. This page starts the documentation for the 1962-1963 year.
Page 80 is blank. Page 81 has three clippings that document issues concerning the Marketing Club.
Page 82 is blank. Page 83 documents the annual field trip with a clipping and a brochure for the General Motors Corporation.
Page 84 is blank. Page 85 has a clipping: " Thirty-six North Texans Named To U. S. Collegiate 'Who's Who'."
Page 86 is blank. Page 87 has three clippings documenting the club's activities.
Page 88 is blank. Page 89 has two pages of a brochure for the "7th Annual Marketing Conference."
Page 90 is blank. Page 91 has a program for the 7th Annual Marketing Conference luncheon, five name cards, and an invitation to coffee to be served between sessions.
Page 92 is blank. Page 93 has three clippings that covered the Marketing Conference.
Page 94 is blank. Page 95 has four clippings about Judy Beiber, who was honored as an outstanding marketing student by the North Texas chapter of the American Marketing Association.
This page marks the documenttation of the Marketing Club's activities during the 1963-1964 school year. The club's officers are listed.
A page from a journal with images and position information on Robert F. Penny, William E. Cooper, Richard B. Saunders, and William E. Heitert.
This page has three clippings on the Eighth Annual Marketing Conference.
This page has a press release, N. T. S. U. [North Texas State University] Marketing Students Give Profs [Professors] Cold Shoulder.""
This page has three black and white prints documenting the club member's annual field trip. This trip was to WFAA-TV and Alford's.
These pages are empty.
Correspondence, legal form, and a blue print of a proposed post office make up the contents of this folder. The blue print was moved to an oversize box.
This folder contains: class tickets to attend Docotor David Starr Jordan on June 17, 1916, a student's enrollment card, class schedule for drawing and music classes by Miss Hillyer and Miss Boylan, A "Report of Teacher" for Elizabeth A. Hillyar for 1911-1912, "Teacher's Monthly Report, for 1919, and a "Teacher's Schedule Card"for Cora Bell Wilson.
This folder holds "Susbtitutes List" and "Membership of the elected Committees.
The papers document the process of founding the Faculty Senate. The papers were the gift of Clovis Morrisson, a Political Science facutly member.
This document gives the floor plan and dimensions for a proposed post office on the University of North Texas campus.
This collection of papers contains a "1974 Football Ticket Application" form, an advertisement for a football game (Mean Green vs. Souther Methodist Univerisity), and a program for a basketball game (North Texas vs. Texas Christian Univerity, December 4, 1973).
A set of two tapes that concern soccer.