By Marissa Posada
|Title:||Terry Jordan Collection, 1973-1979|
|Primary Creator:||Jordan, Terry (1938-2003)|
|Arrangement:||This collection is arranged into 4 series: 1. Texas Log Cabin Register; 2. Photographic Materials; 3. Texas Log Cabin Register Tapes; 4. Student Papers. Most are arranged in alphabetical order.|
|Date Acquired:||00/00/1985. More info below under Accruals.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThis collection contains documentation on Texas log structures assembled by Terry Jordan. It includes the Texas Log Cabin Register, which lists all log structures known to the members of the project at the time, and also contains reference materials on the construction of log structures. The collection also contains photographic materials relating to the project, and a series of audio recordings of the meetings of the Log Cabin Advisory Board, including discussions of the exhibition “Dog Trots and Mud Cats”. The final part of the collection is copies of student papers relating to Texas log cabins and early settlers.
Collection Historical Note
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|Acquisition Source:||Terry Jordan|
|Preferred Citation:||Terry Jordan Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections|
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Meeting on funding, grants, gathering resource materials, selection of materials on exhibit, and book on the log cabins.
Dicusses the contents of the "Dog Trots & Mud Cats" book.
Exhibit: Dog Trots and Mud Cats - Discussion of contents of sections of exhibit, forces of exhibit, sources of information.
Discussion of exhibit preparation; photography - art work, labels; copyrights; contracts.
Discussion of use of log cabin register in the exhibit; evaluation of exhibit; topics/subjects for exhibit.