By Perri Hamilton
|Title:||Department of Physics Collection, 1994 and undated|
|Primary Creator:||University of North Texas. Department of Physics|
|Forms of Material:||Slides|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe 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.
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|Repository:||University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Acquisition Source:||Department of Physics (Michelle Rumer)|
|Preferred Citation:||Department of Physics Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections|
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Photographs from the Department of Physics.
Slides that were used for the promotion of the Physics Depatment. The slides include images of: laboritories, cartoons, art history related images (a poster, landscape image, a sculpture, coins, and a stone with writing on it), physics activities for students, the Physics Building, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Building, physics equipment, the Administration Building, the eagle statue ("In High Places"), and the Environmental Eduction, Science and Technology Building.
A collection of slides, held in a Kodak carousel, that was use to promote the Physics Department. The slides include images of: historic images of UNT (Main Building, Normal Building, students on campus), aerial images of campus, the Administration Building, the Library mall, physics lab, the Union, Willis Library, classroom scenes, students, art display, One O'clock Lab Band, football game, basketball game, baseball game, telescope, faculty, Physics Olympics sign, Physics Olympics participants, pic nic, general campus photographs and images of students.