MARC Record For Collection: Rare Book Room Artifacts, 1935-1945
LDR 00000npcaa a 4500
099 9 _a02/24/AR0873
110 2 _aUniversity of North Texas. Rare Book Room and Texana Collection.
245 00 _aRare Book Room Artifacts
506 _aThis collection is not restricted.
520 2 _aA collection of artifacts that were donated with rare publications or manuscript material. The artifacts are made of a variety of material: metal, ceramic, cloth, or wood. The processing of these items is an ongoing project.
524 _aRare Book Room Artifacts, University of North Texas Special Collections.
541 _cPurchase, Transferred from the Historical Collection, or Gift
545 1 _aThe Rare Book Room was founded in 1981. Its initial collection consisted of books and other rare or unique items that were already in the collection of the UNT Libraries. The holdings of the Rare Book and Texana Collection grew to include 4,000 year old tablets as well as artist's books produced in the last year. The collection includes maps, scrolls, original artworks, artifacts, games, printing equipment, photographs, postcards, currency, and palm-leaf books. Rare Book Collections concentrates on works in 18th century, travel and exploration, fashion and costume history, literature, women's studies, Texana, and county histories.
In 2007, the University Archives and the Rare Books Department were combined into one administrative unit that is now known as Special Collections. In 2012, the departments were merged into one space when the 4th floor of Willis Library was renovated. They now share the public service point of the Judge Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room.
The heads of the Rare Book Room were: Dr. Kenneth Lavender and Mary Durio. Today, Morgan Gieringer is head of the Special Collections.
610 0 _aUniversity of North Texas. Rare Book Room and Texana Collection.
650 0 _aWorld War, 1939-1945
655 0 _aCombat helmets.
655 0 _aHolsters.
856 42 _3Control Card
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