The Lester Strother Texas Metro Records, 1917-1986Add to your cart.

By Jaime Janda

Collection Overview

Title: The Lester Strother Texas Metro Records, 1917-1986Add to your cart.
Predominant Dates: 1965-1983
ID: 01/ AR0327
Primary Creator: Lester James Strother (1925-2001)
Extent: 102.0 Boxes
Arrangement: The collection is organized in four series, two of which have been further arranged in sub-series. The contents of each series, including sub-series, are arranged alphabetically and/or chronologically. The arrangement scheme is noted for each series or sub-series, as needed.
Date Acquired: 00/00/1995. More info below under Accruals.
Languages: English

Abstract

The collection of Lester Strother, a Fort Worth magazine publisher and editor. Included in this collection are the records of the Texas Metro publication and personal records of Lester Strother and his second wife Dora Dougherty, a U.S. Military pilot and helicopter test pilot for Bell Helicopter.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection includes records pertaining to the Texas Metro publication and business, and personal records from Lester Strother and his second wife Dora Dougherty. Records from the Texas Metro publication and business include: secretary, general and other related materials such as advertising materials and mock-up ads, blank office forms, budget and salary information, subscription and subscriber information, carbon copies of response letters, projection and marketing plans, Texas Metro history, news releases and press packages; correspondence between employees, outside persons, other businesses, advertisers, freelance writers, hotels, vacation spots and many others; correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, brochures and general information from businesses, advertisers, vacation spots, event organizers, various Chambers of Commerce, and educational institutions; issues of the Texas Metro magazine from 1965-1975, and miscellaneous magazine, catalogs and books; and photographs used in the Texas Metro magazine from 1965-1972.

The personal records of Lester Strother include: letter correspondence between Strother and Dora Dougherty, Jean Strother (Strother's first wife), Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mack, Genevieve Ramos, Faye Pugh, Preston McGraw, other family members and persons, Senator Edward Kennedy, and telegraph correspondence with Huey P. Strother; Christmas and post cards; speeches given by Strother at events such as Law Day USA, Women in Aviation, Dallas Naval Air Station and other events; community theater event pamphlets attended by Strother and Dougherty during their courtship; genealogy materials; school notebooks; short stories, articles and playwrights by Strother and Dougherty; and other personal materials from Strother.

Collection Historical Note

Lester Strother (1925-2001) was an editor, publisher, stockholder and founder of the Dallas/Fort Worth Texas Metro Magazine.

Born on March 9, 1925 in Elizabeth, Louisiana, naval veteran Lester Strother graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and began an eighteen year long news career in editing, publishing and writing for a variety of papers and cities. He served as a staff correspondent with the United Press in Dallas, a public relations director for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and assistant city editor for the Fort Worth Star Telegram, among many others.

However, it was in 1965 when Strother established his legacy. He acknowledged that “…Dallas and Fort Worth were exceptionally ignorant when it came to a knowledge of each other” and subsequently founded the Texas Metro Magazine that would come to unify the two cities’ distinct identities ("Lester Strother to San Angelo Rotary Club"). As a result of his accomplishments, Mr. Strother would continue on to give countless speeches and lectures on successful journalism, advertising, and publishing to accredited universities including North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas).

Mr. Strother was a member of several associations, most notably, Sigma Delta Chi—professional news fraternity, Kappa Alpha Mu—professional photographic fraternity, the Press Club of Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Advertising Club, and the Dallas Advertising League. His awards include a Certificate of Appreciation from the Carswell Air Force base, the Ambassador of Goodwill award from the city of Richardson, Texas, a Pacesetter Award by the Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce, and a Merit Award from the Fort Worth Advertising Club.

Mr. Strother passed away on August 12, 2001. He is buried in the Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia along with his second wife, Dora Jean Dougherty. They were survived by their adult sons, David and Grant.

Access Information

Access Restrictions:

This collection is not restricted.

Use Restrictions:

Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.

Physical Access Note:

This collection is stored off-site and requires a minimum of 24 hours notice prior to use.

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Administrative Information

Repository: Manuscripts
Accruals: 95-012, 95-020, 96-013
Acquisition Source: Lester Strother
Acquisition Method: Gift
Preferred Citation: The Lester Strother Texas Metro Records, University of North Texas Special Collections

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  • Series 4: Texas Metro Photographs, 1965-1972Add to your cart.

    This sub-series includes photographs that were used in the Texas Metro Magazine monthly issues as well as other photographs taken for the Magazine (note - there are other photographs in other sub-series that deal specifically with the nature of those sub-series content).

    Arranged chronologically.

    Arrangement: This Series had been previously processed during legacy processing.  The arrangement from this original process has been kept, but it has been condensed.
    Arrangement: This series is arranged chronologically
    • Box 43: October-November Issues, 1965-10-1965-11Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1965: "Chena Gilstrap: Philosopher", "What-Atom Smasher Lab Would Mean to Area", "Metro Talk", "Three Little Giants and How They Grew" Hurst-Euless Story (photographs include are Ed N. Kile, the Lawrence D. Bell High School, Ralph E. Martin, and William Lea), "Fall Fashions", and "Fort Worth's First Lady of the Arts" (Doris Jacoby ?, and Mrs. J. Lee Johnson III)".

      November Issue of 1965: "Travel Fashions".

      Barcode: 307017
    • Box 44: November Issue, 1965-11Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the November Issue of 1965: "An Expert Talks about Industrial Development", "A Texas Looks Over the Berlin Wall", "Metro Talk", "The Grand, Grand City of Grand Prairie", and "Greenhouse Therapy: The Bloom is Not Necessarily Off the Rose".
      Barcode: 307018
    • Box 45: December-January Issues, 1965-12-1966-01Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the December Issue of 1965: "Mid-Cities Man on the Go: Don Davis", "Holiday Fashion", "State School for Retarded at Denton Mixes Compassion with Facts", and "Let's Talk Trinity and Shipping on It".

      January Issue of 1966: "The Aerospace Industry, Its Impact and Its Future in the Golden Triangle" (Collin's Radio Company's Modernistic Antenna Research Facility in Richardson, Texas, Apollo S-Band, Gemini 5 in Cape Kennedy, Florida, launch vehicles: Mercury Redstone, Mercury Atlas, Gemini Titan, Apollo Saturn I, Apollo Saturn IB, Apollo Saturn V, Mercury, Gemini and Apollo, Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. abroad Gemini V, Nike Apache experimental launch from Wallops Island, Virginia, Gemini V Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad Jr. at Complex 19, White Room, and a 7A Corsaik II Bomber built by Ling-Temco-Vought).

      Barcode: 307019
    • Box 46: January-February Issues, 1966-01-1966-02Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the January Issue of 1966: "Marketing News", "Space, and Role of Area Firm In It", "Cotton Bowl Adds One Million New Dollars to Area Economy Each Year" (Glen Ray Hines, Bobby Burnett, and Jon Brittenum), "The Aerospace Industry, Its Impact and Its Future in the Golden Triangle", "Market News" (New Coronet Ballroom in the Worth Hotel), and "Children's Fashions with Hence".

      February of 1966: "Fort Worth: A New Image is Emerging".

      Barcode: 307020
    • Box 47: February-March Issues, 1966-02-1966-03Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the February Issue of 1966: "What's Going on There, and How Come?", "Metro Talk", "Marketing News", "Texas Fashions in Town", and "Apparel Manufacturing Climbs into Third Place Among Triangle Industries".

      March Issue of 1966: "Arlington State College-Out of Crises Has Come a Notable Success".

      Barcode: 307023
    • Box 48: March-April Issues, 1966-03-1966-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the March Issue of 1966: "Texas Fashions for the Working Girl", and "Arlington: The Race is Different, But the Pace Remains Terrific".

      April Issue of 1966: "At Easter: A Factual Story of Religion and the Golden Triangle".

      Barcode: 307024
    • Box 49: April-May Issues, 1966-04-1966-05Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the April Issue of 1966: "Oil and New Methods Increasing Recovery", "Haltom-Richland Area: It Grapples with Responsibility of Being in the 'Right Place, at the Right Time'", "Marketing News", "When Quince Blooms Is no Time to Call Up a Curse and a Legend", "Metro Talk", and "Texas Fashion at Easter".

      May Issue of 1966: "Texas Fashions for Men and Women", and "Dallas: A City of Many Faces".

      Barcode: 307025
    • Box 50: June Issue, 1966-06Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the June Issue of 1966: "Oak Cliff: Texas' Largest Suburb", "Town of Contrast, Town of Fun", "The Apartment Dweller", "Marketing News", and "Grapevine Prepares for Emerging New Role".
      Barcode: 307026
    • Box 51: July-October Issues, 1966-07-1966-10Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the July Issue of 1966: "Vacationing".

      August Issue of 1966: "Texas Fashion's Sleepwear and Daywear".

      September Issue of 1966: "Automobile Plays Own Dramatic Role in Triangle", and "Texas Fashion for the Very Young".

      October Issue of 1966: "The Burleson Story May Turn Out to Be Another Richardson".

      Barcode: 307027
    • Box 52: October Issue, 1966-10Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1966: "TCU Wets Feet, Tells Hope, Plans at Ph.D. Level", "High Fashion in Texas", "The Madness That is State Fair of Texas", "The University of Dallas Ad", and "Hudgins Truck Rental".
      Barcode: 307029
    • Box 53: February and April Issues, 1967-02, 1967-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the February Issue of 1967: "Cotton is King - In Texas Fashions for Spring", "Research on Texas Cotton at Texas Women's University", and "Fair Wind of Change Blows Over Area".

      April Issue of 1967: "From a Lowly Beginning, Texas Fashion Industry Emerges to Leadership", "Research at TWC: It's Basic and on Two Levels", "Question? Interested in a Business Harvest?", and "Promise Her Anything, But Give Her an Air-Conditioned Home".

      Barcode: 307030
    • Box 54: May-June Issues, 1967-05-1967-06Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the May Issue of 1967: "On Air Racing and William Faulkner", "Metro Talk", "From a Distinguished Educator, A Statement of Purpose", "Outer Space: Its Commercial Challenges Are Testing Man's Imagination", "Texas Fashion Industry Grappling with Demands for Training Schools", and "The Happy Jazz Band".

      June Issue of 1967: "Go Time", "A Faith to Sustain", "Metro Talk", "Marketing News", "In Three Generations: Malignancy, or Livable Solution", "San Antonio's Bracing for "Heck of a Fiesta", "Science and Technology", and "Preston McGraw's Wonderful World of Stereophonics".

      Barcode: 307031
    • Box 55: June-August Issues, 1967-06-1967-08Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the June Issue of 1967: "Go Time".

      July Issue of 1967: "Metro Talk", "The Maverick Approaches", "Marketing News", "Traffic Survey Gives Preview of Needs Through 1985 for Dallas-Fort Worth Area", "Texas Creativity and Texas Sophistication", and "Bigger Better Building in Homes...".

      August Issue of 1967: "Fall Texas Fashions", and "Gather Around the Flag Boys, All Six of Them".

      Barcode: 307032
    • Box 56: August, October-December, and January Issues, 1967-08, 1967-10-1967Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the August Issue of 1967: "A Faith to Sustain", "Metro Talk", and "Problem: How Under Heaven Do You Outrace the Science and Technology Needs of the South's Most Populous and Industrialized Metropolitan Complex?".

      October Issue of 1967: "Terminal Complex for Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Airport".

      November Issue of 1967: "A Faith to Sustain", "Ski Explosion", and "Marble" advertisement.

      December Issue of 1967: "A Faith to Sustain", "The SMU Institute of Technology", "Delta Steel Buildings Company", "Science and Technology", "A New Face for an Old Lady", "Metro Talk", "Ezzy Convalescent Robes" advertisement, and "Marketing News"

      January Issue of 1968: "Marketing News".

      Barcode: 307033
    • Box 57: January Issue, 1968-01Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the January Issue of 1968: "The North Fort Worth Story".
      Barcode: 307034
    • Box 58: January-February Issues, 1968-01-1968-02Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the January Issue of 1968: "The North Fort Worth Story".

      February Issue of 1968: "Aerospace Up-dated", "Putting the Business Back into Show Business", and "Metro Fashion".

      Barcode: 307035
    • Box 59: February-April Issues, 1968-02-1968-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the February Issue of 1968: "Marketing News", "Tamazunchale Mexico", "Quick Nutritious Recipes", and "Credit Bureau Services".

      March Issue of 1968: HemisFair '68".

      April Issue of 1968: "Dr. Bateman: A Home Should be Tailored to Family Needs", "Marketing News", "Can 30=475? City Planners Say Yes", "Continuous Bloom", "Public Planning: Versus or for the Individual", "Prize Winning Recipes of the Southwest", "Two Golf Tournaments Offer Big Money", "Travel Texas: There's a lot More than a World's Fair", "

      Barcode: 307036
    • Box 60: April-June Issues, 1968-04-1968-06Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the April Issue of 1968: "Audio-Visual Industry: Its Evolution in Dallas", "Colorado Summer: Strains of Back and Bedrolls".

      May Issue of 1968: "Profile of a Metro Woman", "Commercial Film Production-Big D Big Business", "Travel Texas: Lake Trail", "Corpus Christi and Padre Island: Roderick's Paradise", "Texas Champion Swimmers", "Mrs. Marcus and the Green House", and "Texas Governor's Conference on the Arts".

      June Issue of 1968: "Recipes of the Southwest", "Profile of a Metro Woman", "Apartment Living", "Adventure in Texas History", and "A Faith to Sustain".

      Barcode: 307037
    • Box 61: July-August Issues, 1968-07-1968-08Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the July Issue of 1968: "An Analytical View of Computerized Record Keeping", "Texas Independent Trail", "Recipes of the Southwest - Outdoor Cooking", and "Oriental Charm Adapted for Texas".

      August Issue of 1968: "Social Scene", "North Texas Knows How to Educate".

      Barcode: 307038
    • Box 62: August-September Issues, 1968-08-1968-09Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the August Issue of 1968: "North Texas Knows How to Educate", "Marketing News", "Nelson Spencer and Jim Rice Create Unique Bachelor Quarters", "Main Place" advertisement, "Rebels Performance and Optimism".

      September Issue of 1968: "Marketing News", "Gardening", "Recipes of the Southwest", "Science Forum", "Lake Retreat on Wheels", "Profile of a Metro Woman", "Trinity Barge Traffic by 1978", "Resort Living is Relaxful Yet Invigorating", and "Who's Building All Those Vacation Homes?".

      Barcode: 307039
    • Box 63: September-October Issues, 1968-09-1968-10Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the September Issue of 1968: "A Faith to Sustain", "Fort Worth Hangs a Western Fair on Country Music" (Talent photographs of Archie Campbell, Ruby Wright, Stringbean, Little Jimmy Dickens, Johnny Wright and His Tennessee Mountain Boys, Bill Anderson, and Ben Smathers and His Stoney Mountain Cloggers), "Will the Cowboys Give Coach Landry an Anniversary Present?" (Mel Renfro, Bob Hayes, Mike Johnson, Craig MortonJerry Rhome, Les Shy, Don Perkins, Lance Rentzel, Dan Reeves, Lee Roy Jordan, Don Meredith, Tom Landry, Bob Lilly, Chuck Howley, Jethro Pugh, George Andrie, Cornell Green, Dave Edwards, Mike Gaechter, Willie Townes, and Craig Baynham), and "Science Forum".

      October Issue of 1968: "Marketing News", Main Place - New Dallas Fashion Label".

      Barcode: 307040
    • Box 64: October-November Issues, 1968-10-1968-11Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1968: "Texas Forts Trail", "Sports", "Recipes of the Southwest", "One Main Place-New Dallas Skyscraper", "Profile of a Metro Woman", "State Fair Salutes America".

      November Issue of 1968: "From Staid English to Country French".

      Barcode: 307041
    • Box 65: November-December Issues, 1968-11-1968-12Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the November Issue of 1968: "Architecture-Art That Concerns All Men", "Gardening", "Visions of a Practical Dreamer", "Miss Teenage America Pageant", and "Profile of a Metro Woman-Ebby Halliday".

      December Issue of 1968: "Faye's Fashions Ad", "Metro Forum-Environmental Geology Studies", "Recipes of the Southwest", "A Faith to Sustain-Speed Limits", "Pecan Bowl" advertisement, "Arrowhead State Park, Canadian-Oklahoma", "McGinley Give a Special Gift", "Gardening", "Marketing News", "Texas Plain Trail-Land of Unique Scenery, Abundance", "Land of Indian Oil Wells, and Tongue Twisters", and "What's the Source, 3 Billion Light Years Away, of Precision Pulsars Detected on Earth".

      Barcode: 307042
    • Box 66: December-January Issues, 1968-12-1969-01Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the December Issue of 1968: Photographs of Harry Werst-The Pickering, Monahans Sandhills State Park at Monahans, Vince Miller, Robber's Cave Miniature Gold, Roman Nose State Park, Green Leaf State Park Neare Braggs Oklahoma, Arrowhead State Lodge and Park, Western Hills Lodge, and camping at Lake Texoma State Park.

      January Issue of 1969: Photographs of Ben Barnes inspecting long-staple cotton grown in the Huaura Valley of Central Peru with Carlos Bosa, a member of the Peru Partners of the Alliance Committee, Father Bill Francis in Lima Peru, Central Peru Highlands, Calechetical School in Peru with Dr. Rearns showing a radio, and a house picture for Sebestra Realty, "Young Doug Russell-Olympic Champion", "Science-Technology", "Jame Recipes-Gerald Ramsey", "Gardening", "Hill Country-A Magic Mixture", "Profile of a Metro Woman-Tess Sebesta", and "Metro Living".

      Barcode: 307043
    • Box 67: February-April Issues, 1969-02-1969-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the February Issue of 1969: "Gardening", "Metro Firms Produced When the Chips Were Down", "The Challenge and the Chance", science-technology "Human Voice Broadcast Greatest Distance Ever" and "Gold Phone", "Metro Living-Spanish Art and Colors Dominate Frank Paulie Home", and "Profile of a Metro Woman-Mike Alford".

      March Issue of 1969: "Our Neighbor, Arkansas", "Marketing News-Metro Man on the Go", "After Three Years, COG Take Stock", "Gardening", "Recipes of the Southwest", "Dining Out-Brennans Dallas Adventure in New Orleans Dining", and photographs of the Benbrook Reservoir and Tower, and the Army Engineer reservoirs in the North Texas area of the Trinity River Basin.

      April Issue of 1969: "Metro Living-The William Dean's Oak Cliff Home", "Mayor Johnson Talks Education in the Megalopolis", "Metro Man-Jack Vaughn", "Gardening", and "Recipes of the Southwest".

      Barcode: 307044
    • Box 68: April-May Issues, 1969-04-1969-05Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the April Issue of 1969: Bachman Creek, "Town/Country of Weldon Owens", and "Metro Living-The William Dean's Oak Cliff Home".

      May Issue of 1969: "President of Tarrant Community College Assesses Education in the Megalopolis", "Nature's Missionaries Convene in Dallas", "Major Musicals", "Local Leagues of Women Voters Celebrate 50 Years of Progress", "Metro Living-Good Tradition Improves with the Years", "Metro Forum", and "Profile of a Metro Woman- Emma Jean Hawes".

      Barcode: 307045
    • Box 69: June-July Issues, 1969-06-1969-07Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the June Issue of 1969: "Recipes of the Southwest", "Gardening", "Acting President Discusses University of Texas at Arlington Present and Future", "Outdoors-Campers Invade Highways", "Profile of a Metro Woman-Jean Elliot Carpenter", comic prints, "Metro Man on the Go-Richard R. Rogers", "Former Governor Connally Deserts Metroland for Houston , but He's Keeping a Finger in Woodhaven Country Club Estates", "Regarding the Regional Airport, If You're Smart You Can Turn Problems into Opportunities", "Metro Living-Borrowed Ideas Create Revised Colonial Home", "Marketing News-Home Show", and "Metro Talk-Tall Texas Beauties".

      July Issue of 1969: "Metro Talk", "Metro Forum-Goals for Dallas: They Seek the Answer", "Profile of a Metro Woman-Mrs. Norman Handel", and "The National Championships: Water Ski Kite Flying".

      Barcode: 307046
    • Box 70: August and September Issues, 1969-08-1969-09Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the August Issue of 1969: "Metro Talk", "The Social Scene", "Lake Murry-Good Fishing, Good Times, and a Good Place to Visit the Past", "Profile of a Metro Woman-Mrs. Murry Kendrick", "We Develop Bonds with Those Who Share our Experiences", "Gardening", "Metro Living-Antiques Lend Charm to Modern Home", and "Texas' First Lady".

      September Issue of 1969: "Psalm 23".

      Barcode: 307047
    • Box 71: September Issue, 1969-09Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the September Issue of 1969: "Psalm 23".
      Barcode: 307048
    • Box 72: September Issue, 1969-09Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the September Issue of 1969: "Psalm 23".
      Barcode: 307049
    • Box 73: September-October Issues, 1969-09-1969-10Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the September Issue of 1969: "Metro Man on the Go-C. Wesley Goyer Jr.", "Metro Talk", "Metro Living-Special People in a Special Home", "Birth of a Champion", "Recipes of the Southwest", and "Profile of a Metro Woman-Dr. Mary Evelyn Huey".

      October 1969 Issue: "Dallas-Fort Worth Airports Turning into Self-Contained Earthport", "Metro Man on the Go-John Rauscher", "Marketing News", "Making Mobile Scout in Arlington", and "Profile of a Metro Woman-Norma Young Alder".

      Barcode: 307050
    • Box 74: October and November Issues, 1969-10-1969-11Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1969: "Metro Talk: Skinny Dippers and Whooping Cranes", "North Central Texas Becomes Research Lab", and "Metro Living-A Mansion for the Ages".

      November Issue of 1969: "Metro Living-Penthouse Living Can be a Luxury", "Gardening", Six Flags advertisement, "Metro Talk-Police Uniform", "Revolution Among Private Negro Colleges", and "First National Bank-Dallas".

      Barcode: 307051
    • Box 75: November and December Issues, 1969-11-1969-12Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the November Issue of 1969: "Metro Man on the Go-Richard Eiseman", "Texas Metro and the Moon Landing", "Interior Design Picture Clouded", "Metro Living-Penthouse Living Can be a Luxury", and "Marketing News-Going a Banking Step Further".

      December Issue of 1969: Vice President Mark Rush of Great Southwest National Bank, "Metro Antique Fair", "Metro Living-An Authentic Spanish Home", "A Visit to Louisiana", "Next Step Mars?", "Marketing News-39's KDTV Soars Again", "Marketing News-3,000 Tools", "Metro Man on the Go-Arthur W. Beck", Christmas Greetings advertisement, "Recipes of the Southwest", "Christmas with a Texas Flavor", and "Gardening".

      Barcode: 307052
    • Box 76: January and February Issue, 1970-1-1970-02Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the January Issue of 1970: "Winter Doings in the Southwest", "Metro Living-In the Provinces", "Marketing News-Leonards Department Store", "Marketing News-Air Texas Route System", "Marketing News-Quality Motels", "Metro Talk", "An Interview with Matthew Murphy-Republic National Goes International", "The Southwest Exposition, It Makes It", "Washington-on-the-Brazos", "Recipes of the Southwest", "Dining Out-Texas Food in English Setting", and "Metro Living-'Might As Well' Thinking".

      February Issue of 1970: "Science-Technology", "Metro Man on the Go-TW Weathered", "Marketing News-Changes at Blue Cross", "An Interview with General Hamilton H. Howz-Air Mobility: From Cubs to Helicopters", "February Travel-In and Out of North Central Texas", "Home Furnishing-Mixing Antiques in Style", and a photograph of Spur 303 and Forrest E. Armstrong.

      Barcode: 307053
    • Box 77: March and April Issue, 1970-03-1970-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the March Issue of 1970: "Metro Man on the Go-Rob Kretzinger", "The Most Exciting Detective Story Ever Told", "March Travel-In and Out of North Central Texas", "Metro Living-Rambling Rand for a Working Couple", "Jewel Charity Ball", and photographs of the Callier Hearing and Speech Center, and Peruvian Children with Alpacas and Llamas.

      April Issue of 1970: "Metro Talk-Ronald Thomason: Comanche Country", "Big Bend-Wilderness of Enchantment", "Focusing on the 70's", "Collier Center Explores Speech, Hearing Wonders", "Metro Man-Morris Hite", and "Marketing News".

      Barcode: 307054
    • Box 78: April Issue, 1970-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the April Issue of 1970: "Gardening", "Saint Elena Canyon-Big Bend State Park", Guadalupe Mountains-South McKittrick Canyon, "Metro Talk-Ladies are Back in Style", "Metro Talk-The Heymakers", and "April Travel-In and Out of Central Texas".
      Barcode: 307055
    • Box 79: April and May Issues, 1970-04-1970-05Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the April Issue of 1970: Taos Ski Valley Post Cards, Guadalupe Mountains-El Capitan Fossil Reef, Guadalupe Mountains-Entrance to McKittick Canyon, view of Davis Mountains State Park with Indian Lodge in background, "Ice Follies", and "Totonacan Flyer".

      May Issue of 1970: "The 747 Travel Revolutionary", "Metro Living-Atmosphere of Foreign Lands", and "UTA Celebrates Its Diamond Anniversary" (Life Sciences Building, Administration Building-Davis Hall, complete scheduled early 1971, University Hall, first and second floor classrooms).

      Barcode: 307056
    • Box 80: May and June Issues, 1970-05-1970-06Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the May Issue of 1970: "Marketing News-Sunset Publisher Visits Metro Land", "A Visit to the International Polka Festival", "Metro Man on the Go-Glenn Tibbets and Guy Witherspoon", "Metro Talk", "UTA Celebrates Its Diamond Anniversary", and "The 747 Travel Revolutionary".

      June Issue of 1970: Texas Highway Department Tourist Bureau at El Paso, visitors overlook "Officers Row" and portion of parade ground at Fort Davis National Historic Site, Cathedral Mountain near Alpine Texas, Rosedown Plantation, Cherokee Indian Village in Tahlequah Oklahoma, Quartz Mountain State Park, and camping in Colorado.

      Barcode: 307057
    • Box 81: June Issue, 1970-06Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the June Issue of 1970: man-made pleasure "Islands" in Corpus Christi, sailboats on Lake Travis near Austin, tourist cabin in Chios Mountain Basin at Big Bend National Park, Mary Catherine Inglefield, balanced rock at the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, "Metro Go Round-Special Events", "Dining Out", "Metro Talk", "Four Professions Look at the State of the Arts" (Larry Kelly, Charles Blackman, Rudolf Kruger, and Ezra Rachlin), "The Landscape-A Precious Heritage", "Metro Man-Marvin Stetler", "Fun for Everyone but the Rattlesnakes", and "Metro Living-Executive Suite".
      Barcode: 307058
    • Box 82: July Issue, 1970-07Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the July Issue of 1970: "Marketing News", Lake Eufala, Arrowhead Lodge in Oklahoma, "The Social Scene-Les Femmes DuMonde" (Mrs Robert Gaylord, Vera Hartt Martin, Mrs. John Baskett (Honoree), and Mrs. A. DeLoach Martin Jr.), "Profile of a Metro Woman-Mary Kittel", "Metro Man-J. Liener Temerlin", "Introducing: The Ancient Order of Thermal Jockeys", "Metro Talk-Artist Charles Beckindoif", and "World of Animals".
      Barcode: 307059
    • Box 83: July and August Issues, 1970-07-1970-08Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the July Issue of 1970: "Metro Living-Bachelor Ranch", and "Texas Fashion Makes it to the Golf Circuit".

      August Issue of 1970: "Recipes of the Southwest", "Landscape Architecture: Designing for the Site", "Outdoors", "Miss Wool of Texas: Happy Girl, New Texas Wardrobe", "Metro Talk-J. Coker", "An Interview with Dr. Herbert Rush on Drug Abuse: Growing Irritant of North Central Texas", "Marketing News-American Airlines Stewardess School", and "Metro Man-Ross Ramsay".

      Barcode: 307060
    • Box 84: August and September Issues, 1970-08-1970-09Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the August Issue of 1970: "An Interview with Dr. Herbert on Drug Abuse: Growing Irritant of North Central Texas", "Metro Living-A Builder's Own Showplace", and "Metro Go Round Events-Butch Buchholz of the US".

      September Issue of 1970: "Recipes of the Southwest", Old Fort Sam Houston, "Noted Realtor Comments on Metro Land Growth-Henry S. Miller, Jr.", "Landscaping the Residential Lot", "Marketing News-Rex R. Givan, Dr. Joseph T. Sam, MD, Robert B. Price, and Dr. J. Rush Pierce, MD", and "Metro Men- Paul Thayer and Sheldon Turner".

      Barcode: 307061
    • Box 85: September Issue, 1970-09Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the September Issue of 1970: "Metro Talk", "The San Antonio Story", "Metro Living-Fifty-Four Acres in Suburbia", "September Travel", "Outdoors", "The Eternal Symbol of Patriots", and "Dining Out".
      Barcode: 307062
    • Box 86: October Issue, 1970-10Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1970: "American Airlines Training School" (C.R. Smith, Captain John H. Gibson, Miss R. Mildred Alford, flight headquarters, and flight simulator), and "Art Fair in 'Fair' Salado".
      Barcode: 307063
    • Box 87: October Issue, 1970-10Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1970: Subdividing the Raw Land", "In Interior Decorating, Good Taste a Matter of Reference", "Marketing News" (Beal Box, Lloyd Redd, Elliot Roberts, Carson Thompson, Alton Patten, Burl Hollingsworth, and Howard Lock), "Gardening", and "State Fair of Texas".
      Barcode: 307064
    • Box 88: October and November Issues, 1970-10-1970-11Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1970: "The Kimbell Museum of Art and Etiquette" (R.T. Brown), and "Outdoor Travel".

      November Issue of 1970: "Science-Technology", and "A Southwest Early American for New Englanders".

      Barcode: 307065
    • Box 89: November, December, January, and February Issues, 1970-11-1971-02Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the November Issue of 1970: "Houston Museum of Natural Science", "Good and Associates", "Dayton and the Air Force Museum: Vantage Point of Flight", and "Mrs. Baird's Bread Groundbreaking Ceremony" (Fort Worth).
      Barcode: 307066
    • Box 90: March and April Issue, 1971-03-1971-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the March Issue of 1971: "Landscape Architecture-River Oaks Apartments" advertisement.

      April Issue of 1971: "Metro Talk-Ladies are Back in Style", "Travel-North Central Texas", "Outdoors", "Metro Go Round-Events", "Metro Living-Cheers for a Spanish-Mediterranean", "The Gradabout" (Mr. Michael Wisenbaker, Miss Monica Lane Ellis, Miss Meredith Lou Ellis, and Mr. Joseph M. Dealey Jr.), "Landscaping", and "Metro Man-E. Trine Starnes Jr.".

      Barcode: 307067
    • Box 91: April Issue, 1971-04Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the April Issue of 1971: "Metro Talk", "Metro Living-English Antiques Accent French-Italian Chateau", "Metro Talk-Men's Fashion", and "Metro Talk-Ladies are Back in Style".
      Barcode: 307068
    • Box 92: May and June Issues, 1971-05-1971-06Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the June Issue of 1971: "Metro Talk", "June Travel", "Bienavides Docare", "Metro Living-Designed for Elegance", and "Metro Woman-Sylvia Monson".
      Barcode: 307069
    • Box 93: June and July Issues, 1971-06-1971-07Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the June Issue of 1971: New Delhi, Louisiana, and St. Louis Missouri.

      July Issue of 1971: "The Alexander Clayton Town House", "Metro Man-Armando R. Ordonez", "Metro Talk-Ruth Tears", "The Dynamics of Change", and "Summer Collection".

      Barcode: 307070
    • Box 94: July and August Issue, 1971-07-1971-08Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the July Issue of 1971: "July Travel", "Gardening", "Jean Lafitte's $2,000,000.00 Texas Treasure", and "The Alexander Clayton Town House".

      August Issue of 1971: "The Little Thickets", and "Breakthrough to Excellence" (Willis M. Tate, Dr. James M. Moudy, and John D. Mosel).

      Barcode: 307071
    • Box 95: August Issue, 1971-08Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the August Issue of 1971: "Travel", "Marketing News", comics, "Metro Talk-Fashion", "Sounds Around the House", "Outdoors", and "The Little Thickets".
      Barcode: 307072
    • Box 96: August, September, and October Issues, 1971-08-1971-10Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the August Issue of 1971: "Metro Men-Roy L. Moffatt and Al Fasol", "Landscaping", and "Metro Living with an Oriental Touch".

      September Issue of 1971: "In Step with Progress", "Marketing News", "Metro Talk", "Circus", "Metro Living-L'Atriums", "Floating the Trinity", and "The World's First Vacation Kingdom".

      October Issue of 1971: "Now and Then-Millermore Mansion", "The US Air Force Academy", "Marketing News", and "Travel".

      Barcode: 307073
    • Box 97: October and November Issues, 1971-10-1971-11Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the October Issue of 1971: "Now and Then-Millermore Mansion", "Texas Navy-Metro Station", "Metro Woman on the Go-Ruby Hickman", and "A Quiet Boom...Granbury".

      November Issue of 1971: "The Pelican Girl" (Beth Payne".

      Barcode: 307074
    • Box 98: November and December Issues, 1971-11-1971-12Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the November Issue of 1971: "Metro Living", "Elaine Post, LTD", "Metro Go Round Events", "Outdoors-The Light Tackle Crowd", "Travel", "It's Palladian", and "Marketing News" (John Stuart, Dean W.B. Nelson, and Fostin McCarty).

      December Issue of 1971: "Outstanding Architecture" (Mountain View Junior College Omni Plan, solarium for the Dallas Garden Center, and the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stahl).

      Barcode: 307075
    • Box 99: December and January Issue, 1971-12-1972-01Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the December Issue of 1971: "Travel" (Cafe City, Busy Sun Valley, San Juan Mountains, Tourtelotte Park, Penn Hills Lodge, and Timonium, MD.

      January Issue of 1972: "Southwest Boat Show", "Marketing News-Burvin Hines", "Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show" (Judy Lynn), "$15 a Sip", "Out of Lifes Greatest Luxuries", and "Travel".

      Barcode: 307076
    • Box 100: January Issue, 1972-01Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the January Issue of 1972: "Southwest Boat Show".
      Barcode: 307077
    • Box 101: January, February, and March Issues, 1972-01-1972-03Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the January Issue of 1972: Tom Dillard, Crawford Martin, and "Travel".

      February Issue of 1972: "Marketing News-Charles B. Collum", "Travel", "Marketing News-Herbert D. Weitzmann", "Lighter Than Air", "Metro Talk-Texas Stadium", and "Seven Seas".

      March Issue of 1972: "Sailing the Seven Seas".

      Barcode: 307078
    • Box 102: March, April, June, and July Issues, 1972-03-1972-04, 1972-06-1972-07, UndatedAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

      Photographs from the following articles are included in the March Issue of 1972: "Gardening", "Sailing the Seven Seas", "Marketing News-TACV", and "Recipes of the Southwest".

      April Issue of 1972: "Upscale Oak Cliff".

      Barcode: 307079

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