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Lamar University presents editions of the Redbird, Lamar Tech Redbird, and Lamar Cardinal, the university's student newspapers from the 1930's to the 1970's. The paper was created when South Park Junior College changed to Lamar College in 1932, publishing an edition every other week until the mid 1950's when it became a weekly. In 1971 when Lamar College gained university status the newspaper became the University Press.
Legacies is a biannual publication devoted to the rich history of Dallas and North Central Texas as a way to examine the many historical legacies--social, ethnic, cultural, political--which have shaped the modern city of Dallas and the region around it. Currently, Legacies is a joint publication of Dallas Heritage Village, the Dallas Historical Society, the Old Red Museum, and the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
LeMoine Lewis (1916-1987) was a professor of Bible and church history at Abilene Christian University from 1949-1986. The collection consists of 267 lectures, delivered between October 8, 1975 and April 30, 1986 at the University Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas. Broadly speaking, the lessons proceed chronologically through the history of Christianity. The lessons focus on historical church groups and their leaders, especially those groups and leaders who have most affected the Restoration Movement. These recordings offer a direct, unfiltered window into Dr. Lewis’ knowledge and interpretation of church history.
The Loblolly magazine was created by the students at Gary, Texas High School for the purpose of preserving and providing information on their community's past so that they may better understand the present world. The stories and information in the Loblolly tells of traditions and life skills which started in early Texas pioneer days.
Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary gathers materials from several diverse institutions, bringing them together in one virtual collection. Lorenzo de Zavala's remarkable accomplishments provide a tantalizing glimpse of this versatile individual--newspaperman, physician, public servant, empresario, diplomat, governor, statesman, and first interim Vice-President of the Republic of Texas.
The Love Field Album and Photographs collection features images of the daily life and flight training of Love Field in 1918 while it was an Army camp in World War I and as a municipally-owned airport circa 1965-1990. Also documented are the "Flyin' Frolic" of November 12-13, 1918, and a re-enactment of the Charles Lindbergh Flight Reenactment that took place in 1977.