[Poem]

[Poem]

Date: unknown
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
Description: This is a document from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is an undated poem. The author is unidentified, but the handwriting appears to belong to Charles B. Moore. In this poem, the poet details his deep-seated affection for living in the prairie lands of Texas, but realizes he has given up much of his ties to family and friends because of his home in the country. He describes what he and his family would see as they traveled the prairie together; all the flora and fauna of the Texas pastureland.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
I Shall Walk Proudly

I Shall Walk Proudly

Date: March 1955
Creator: Sampley, Arthur & Dorn, Gerhardt
Description: Sheet music for "I Shall Walk Proudly;" the poem was written by Arthur Sampley and the music is by Gerhardt Dorn. The lyrics say "I shall/ walk proudly through these lonely/ ways because I once walked proudly by your side/ not even death can rob me of the bride whose beauty/ made man love and woman praise. I wear with pride the/ splendor that you shed upon my days./ So walks a warrior's steed behind the pall and so the aide behind the/ nation's head and so the bridesmaid to the wedding strain,/ and so I walk, who, having lost my all,/ go with the valiant bearing of the dead and wear, like her, the/ smile above the pain."
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
By What Lost Campfire

By What Lost Campfire

Date: June 1948
Creator: Sampley, Arthur & Minter, George
Description: Sheet music for "By What Lost Campfire," for mezzo soprano. The poem is written by Arthur Sampley and the music is by George Minter. The lyrics are "By what lost camp fire/ what lone height did deserts streching [sic] far, what/ comrades faces framed in light guide western star./ Up slopes I shall not/ climb again down trails the grasses hide, past/ camps where sleeping friends have lain too late to/ ride. to one dark peak a-/ gainst the sky on which the faint trail ends./ guide star and camp fire till I spy those fire lit friends."
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
The Visitor

The Visitor

Date: 1951
Creator: Sampley, Arthur & Minter, George
Description: Sheet music for "The Visitor," for tenor voice. The poem is written by Arthur Sampley and the music is by George Minter. The lyrics concern a dream wherein a man encounters the boy he once was - interested in freedom, truth, love, and fame instead of the heavenly.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Personal Note Book, 1846]

[Personal Note Book, 1846]

Date: 1864~
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
Description: A book of poems and quotations, some written by Charles Moore and others transcribed from the works of other authors.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Poem by Charles B. Moore]

[Poem by Charles B. Moore]

Date: unknown
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
Description: A poem by Charles Moore about soldiering during the Mexican-American War..
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Program for the dedication ceremony for Biblioteca at the Magnolia Baptist Church]

[Program for the dedication ceremony for Biblioteca at the Magnolia Baptist Church]

Date: November 27, 1980
Creator: unknown
Description: Program for the dedication ceremony for Biblioteca at the Magnolia Baptist Church, on November 27, 1980. The Biblioteca was dedicated to Rev. Manuel Urbina, who had served at the Magnolia Baptist Church for many years. On the back of the program is a poem by Irene Salce de Urbina.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Homenaje a John F. Kennedy

Homenaje a John F. Kennedy

Date: 196u
Creator: Internacional
Description: Pamphlet containing two tribute songs written by members of the band Internacional for President John F. Kennedy. Internacional had performed for the President at the Rice Hotel in Houston, Texas, the night before his assassination.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[Letter from Dorothy Dodd to Linnet White, December 15, 1916]

[Letter from Dorothy Dodd to Linnet White, December 15, 1916]

Date: December 15, 1916
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter to Linnet White from [D]orothy [D]odd. She sends her sympathies for the death of Linnet's mother and encourages Linnet to seek solace in religion. At the end of the letter there is a poem titled "Life of Faith."
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Link Life Is a Gift]

[Link Life Is a Gift]

Date: July 1993
Creator: Brown-Nash, Joahn
Description: Poem by Joahn Brown-Nash about the benefits of membership in the The Links, Inc.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
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