The Denton Independent School District provides historical documents, pamphlets, programs, yearbooks and other pertinent documents chronicling the history of the school district.
The Abilene Photograph Collection consists of over 10,000 images that range from the early twentieth century to the present. The collection has a delightful assortment of images of community members, homes, businesses, churches and ranches. The collection details Abilene's rich history, capturing a multitude of public events in Abilene and surrounding areas.
Tarleton State University present its yearbook The Grassburr which features photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations. The Grassburr serves as a record keeper of Tarleton history and remembers organizations like the Janitor's Club, the Silver Keys, and the Lords and Commoners. These organizations are not present on the Tarleton campus today, but are ...
The first edition of The Bastrop Advertiser and County News, now The Bastrop Advertiser, was published on March 1, 1853, giving it claim to being the oldest continuously published weekly (semi-weekly since Sept. 5, 1977) in Texas. Available on The Portal to Texas History is the Bastrop Advertiser from 1854 to 1954.
The War Whoop was the student-produced campus newspaper for McMurry College in Abilene, Texas. Publication began in the fall of 1923, continuing in newsprint through the spring of 2006. As the campus newspaper, the War Whoop documents ongoing student activities and concerns. As a student-produced publication, the War Whoop provided a rare vehicle for the student voice, expressing views from ...
Created in 1975, the University of North Texas Archives houses university records of enduring value and documents the development of North Central Texas. The Archive's physical collections include historical manuscripts, photographs, and oral histories, as well as a variety of records from UNT's administrative and academic offices. In addition, the Archives serves as a depository for the microfilmed records of Cooke, Denton, Montague, and Wise Counties in Texas. Access to information in the Archives is governed by federal law, the Texas Public Information Act, and contractual agreement with donors.