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Texas Journal of Genealogy and History, Volume 2, Fall 2003

Texas Journal of Genealogy and History, Volume 2, Fall 2003

Date: 2003
Creator: Howard Payne University
Description: The Texas Journal of Genealogy and History includes articles from guest lecturers at fall and spring seminars, as well as papers written by Academy of Freedom students. This issue contains nine academic articles by both Burress Distinguished Lecturers and undergraduate history students titled, “The Wealth of Empire: England and the American Colonies,” “Franklin D. Roosevelt, the New Deal, and World War II: The Quest for Security, 1933-1945,” “Puritan Religion and Life in Early America,” “The Great Awakening: Come and Gone,” “To the Mountaintop: Examining the Harlem Renaissance,” “For the Frill of It All: How the Changing Events of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries Shaped Women’s Fashion,” “Prohibition: Alcohol’s Nemesis,” “The Reign of Terror: The French Revolution, 1793-1794,” and “Grounded: Calvin’s Biblical Basis for Civil Government.” Two book reviews are also included.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Texas Journal of Genealogy and History, Volume I, Fall 2002

Texas Journal of Genealogy and History, Volume I, Fall 2002

Date: 2002
Creator: Howard Payne University
Description: The Texas Journal of Genealogy and History includes articles from guest lecturers at fall and spring seminars, as well as papers written by Academy of Freedom students. This issue contains four academic articles titled, “Pearl Harbor: A Sixtieth Anniversary Retrospective,” “The Making of a Soldier: Tom Green in Texas and Mexico, 1836-1846,” “The Reputation of Marie Antoinette,” and “Audentes fortuna juvat: Fortune Favors the Bold … But at What Cost?”
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
The Catalyst, 1997

The Catalyst, 1997

Date: 1997
Creator: Howard Payne University
Description: The Catalyst literary journal of Howard Payne University includes original student work such as poetry, prose, essays, photography, and artwork. In this issue, the winners of the 1997 "Catalyst" Awards were announced as Melissa Clark for best short story, with "The Songs We Sang," and Chris Reed for best poem, with "Coloring Books."
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Perceptions, 1996

Perceptions, 1996

Date: 1996
Creator: Howard Payne University
Description: The Perceptions literary journal of Howard Payne University includes original student works of non-fiction and forums of faculty and student exchanges. This issue contains student and faculty essays on the transcendental movement, the Gettysburg Address, violence, learning, and the art of creating a sermon.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Top-Notch, Volume 1, Number 1, May 1961

Top-Notch, Volume 1, Number 1, May 1961

Date: May 1961
Creator: Howard Payne College
Description: Literary journal of Howard Payne College, containing short stories, drawings, poetry, and other original works. This issue contains mimeographed pages with stenciled titles and hand-drawn sketches illustrating a few of the short stories and poems.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Top-Notch, Volume II, Spring 1962

Top-Notch, Volume II, Spring 1962

Date: 1962
Creator: Howard Payne College
Description: Literary journal of Howard Payne College, containing short stories, drawings, poetry, and other original works by students. In this issue, each poem or short story involves a hand-stenciled title, generally with a simple line drawing related to the theme of the work.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Top-Notch, Volume VI, May 1968

Top-Notch, Volume VI, May 1968

Date: May 1968
Creator: Howard Payne College
Description: Literary journal of Howard Payne College, containing short stories, drawings, poetry, and other original works. This issue features two short stories, “Ivan” and “He Was a Strange Little Man”; one essay, “Beauty, The Gift of God”; and numerous poems of varying length and style.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Texas Journal of History, 2010

Texas Journal of History, 2010

Date: 2010
Creator: Howard Payne University
Description: The Texas Journal of History includes articles from guest lecturers at fall and spring seminars and papers written by Academy of Freedom students. This issue also contains two book reviews and a postscript from Dr. Matthew McNiece, the new Burress Chair of American History.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Top-Notch, Volume IV, May 1964

Top-Notch, Volume IV, May 1964

Date: May 1964
Creator: Howard Payne College
Description: Literary journal of Howard Payne College, containing short stories, drawings, poetry, and other original works. This issues features the essay by Tommy Wommack, “Religion and Politics,” and the poem by Linda Sue Sams, "The New World," which each received first place awards in their division at the 1964 Democracy-in-Action competition.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
Top-Notch, Volume 3, May 1963

Top-Notch, Volume 3, May 1963

Date: May 1963
Creator: Howard Payne College
Description: Literary journal of Howard Payne College, containing short stories, drawings, poetry, and other original works. This issue features linoleum block print illustrations by Martha Turner. The poem by Nancy Rhinehart, "First Love Song," and the play by Mary Lou Suddath, "That They Should Declare the Causes," were entries in the 1963 TIPA contest.
Contributing Partner: Howard Payne University Library
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