The Women With Words collection features short biographies and oral histories of female journalists in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area. Students in the UNT Mayborn School of Journalism conducted the interviews and wrote summary articles as part of a Qualitative Research class.
Presented by UNT Libraries, the Lubbock Avalanche Collection spans 1908-1922, representing the growth of Lubbock, Texas, as the Hub City of West Texas. These weekly newspapers include local, state, and national news as well as advertising.
The Cedar Hill Newspaper Collection is a selection of weekly newspapers from Cedar Hill and Duncanville in Dallas and Ellis Counties featured by the Zula B. Wylie Memorial Library. The newspapers include local, state, and national news as well as advertisements.
Published in Galveston from 1871 to 1872 by Richard Nelson, the Representative was the first newspaper in Texas to be published by an African American proprietor and editor.
Obzor, presented by the University of Texas at San Antonio, is a semi-monthly Czech language agricultural and horticultural newspaper. It was published between 1891 and 1914 by F. G. Fabian in Hallettsville, Lavaca County, Texas.
As part of its mission to collect, preserve, and offer for research documents which are a record of the history of Tarrant County, the Tarrant County Archives has partnered with us to provide access to the Woman's Wednesday Club minutes. The minutes are a record of 115 years of meetings and document club business, motions, events, and membership.