|Title:||Denton Publications Collection, 1911-1969|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThis collection contains Denton County publications from 1911-1969, with information on agriculture reports, the Ariel Club, associations, banks and banking, biographical data, Boy Scouts, birds, Business and Professional Women's Clubs, building, a cemetary, Chamber of Commerce, churches, the city, Civic Boys Choir, clergy, college, companies, conservation, the dairy industry, Daughters of the American Revolution, education, fairs, Fairhaven, Federal agencies, finances, the Greater Denton Athletic Club, history, the Joint University Center for Community Service, the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Kiwanis Club, the library, maps, memorials, motels, musicians, newspapers, orphans, plants, politics, private schools, public health, public officers, public utilities, real estate, research, restaurants, Savings and Loan, schools, the Shakespeare Club, tuberculosis, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the United Fund, the Voter's guide, water, welfare, and World War II publications.
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NOTE: This box contains the Tom Harpool Papers and the Denton Publications Collection. The box is housed in the Special Collections Department in the Willis Library and it is shelved in flat storage (oversize) under the Tom Harpool Papers with the Collection Number BA.18.Barcode: 642569