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20th Century Burials in Hutchinson County, Texas from 1901-1999

Description: Alphabetical listing of 20th century burials in the seven cemeteries of Hutchinson County, Texas. Includes Highland Park, Holt, Leib, Sanford, Sunset, Westlawn, and Plemons Cemeteries along with burials on ranches and at Adobe Walls. Each entry consists of surname, given name, birth date, death date, and any known miscellaneous information.
Date: 2000
Creator: Morrison, Cleo McGraw & Morrison, R. D.
Item Type: Book
Partner: Hutchinson County Genealogical Society

Anthology, Volume 6, Spring 2000

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2000
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 7, Spring 2001

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2001
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 8, Spring 2002

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2002
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 9, Spring 2003

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2003
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 10, Spring 2004

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2004
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 11, Spring 2005

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2005
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 12, Spring 2006

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2006
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 13, Spring 2007

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2007
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 14, Spring 2008

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2008
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Anthology, Volume 15, Spring 2009

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2009
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

[Art from the Ruins Exhibit]

Description: Photograph of the nine pieces from the "Art from the Ruins" exhibit standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. Each of the pieces includes various photographs and historic images displayed in cases built from reclaimed materials.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Artist Statement: Art from the Ruins]

Description: Artist statement describing the pieces in the "Art from the Ruins" exhibit at the Wolf Creek Heritage Museum.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Ricketts, Doug
Item Type: Text
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

"Between the Creeks"

Description: Compiled transcriptions of newspaper articles written by Gwen Pettit about the local history of Allen, Texas. The articles are organized by topic, including land & prairie, Indians, cattle trails, Republic of Texas, Lyndon Baines Johnson, churches, schools, Sam Bass, late 1800s, Civil War, early 1900s, holiday stories, founding families, early roads, early Lucas, early Fairview, H&TC Railroad, photos & sketches, poems, and other articles.
Date: July 2006
Creator: Fisher, Lindy
Item Type: Book
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Brick Mural on TWU campus, 1956, by Coreen Mary Spellman]

Description: Coreen Mary Spellman created a brick mural on the Texas Woman's University campus. This student project analyzes and documents the artwork with: photographs, a description, an account, a biography of the artist, and a bibliography. Students in the group: Hanel, Laura; Fleming, Joshua; Ferguson, Karen; Kelly, Alison; Loftus, Michele; Martinez, Kim; North, Amanda; Rader, Doyle; Raymer, Sarah; Wendel, Erin.
Date: 2007
Item Type: Book
Partner: UNT Libraries

T.C. Hsu Oral History Interview 1, April 11, 2001

Description: The interview with Dr. Tao-Chiuh Hsu begins with the doctor recounting his early career in the United States as a graduate student at the University of Texas in Austin and the University of Texas, Medical Branch in Galveston. He shares his story about how he stumbled upon the hypotonic solution to separate chromosomes for deeper analysis of genes. Dr. Hsu explains his reasons for leaving the Medical Branch and joining M. D. Anderson for better laboratory and teaching opportunities. He shares an anecdote about the original main building of the institution. The interview explores Dr. Hsu’s promotions and positions held within the institution and touches on his relationships and collaborative work with Drs. R. Lee Clark, Charles M. Pomerat, Felix Haas, and Daniel Billen. Dr. Hsu shares his cultural experiences in terms of language barriers, naturalization and family immigration process. The interview concludes with Dr. Hsu answering questions about colleagues who worked with him in his lab over the years.
Date: May 11, 2001
Creator: Hsu, T. C. (Tao-Chiuh)
Item Type: Sound
Partner: University of Texas MD Anderson Center

T.C. Hsu Oral History Interview 2, May 10, 2001

Description: Dr. Tao-Chiuh Hsu continues his reflections with Lesley Brunet regarding his career at M.D. Anderson. The interview begins with a discussion of Dr. Felix Haas and the evolution of the department of biology. William R. Brinkley’s contributions and interactions with the department are recounted as well. Several of Dr. Hsu’s major accomplishments to science are highlighted including the development of chromosomal banding techniques, biological specimen banks, and cell preservation. The interview continues with a discussion of his sentiments regarding the re-organization of cell biology and his laboratory location within the Hermann Professional Building. A discussion regarding the collection of tissue samples from cats ends the interview. Several humorous stories regarding his personal life and work are also shared.
Date: May 10, 2001
Creator: Hsu, T. C. (Tao-Chiuh), 1917- & Brunet, Lesley Williams
Item Type: Sound
Partner: University of Texas MD Anderson Center

Called to Serve: the Tri-County Chapter of the American Red Cross

Description: This book features the history of the Tri-County Chapter of the American Red Cross, which was chartered in Hereford in 1917, one month after the start of WWI. The history includes year by year summaries, as well as lists of officers and board of directors, correspondence, and financial reports.
Date: 2002
Creator: Miller, Genevieve O.
Item Type: Book
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library

[The Cattleman Artwork]

Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "The Cattleman," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a square, wooden cabinet on four legs; the main part of the cabinet has two doors. Each side displays a legal document in a small window and larger images above; on the left, there is a cover of a magazine titled The Cattleman and on the right, part of a blueprint.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Item Type: Image
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[The Cattleman Description]

Description: Artist statement describing the background of the creation of a story cabinet titled "The Cattleman" and the history of the reclaimed materials that were used to make it.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Ricketts, Doug
Item Type: Text
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

Charles A. LeMaistre Oral History Interview 1, May 6, 2004

Description: Dr. Charles A. LeMaistre’s interview begins with the story about how he met his wife, Joyce Trapp LeMaistre. This story intermingles with his early career that lead him to his role as Chancellor at the University of Texas in Austin. Dr. LeMaistre offers insight into the effect desegregation had on the University of Texas campus and M. D. Anderson’s faculty diversity. He recounts how he was offered the presidential position at M. D. Anderson, the transition in administrative procedures, and growth of the institution. Dr. LeMaistre shares his wife’s personal fight with cancer and uses it as an example of how effective the institution’s policies and procedures. Dr. LeMaistre’s modesty in his administrative accomplishments shine a light on the high regard he had for his team and institutional family. The interview concludes with Dr. LeMaistre crediting members of the University Cancer Foundation Board of Visitors and donors.
Date: May 4, 2004
Creator: LeMaistre, Charles A.; Olson, James Stuart & Brunet, Lesley Williams
Item Type: Sound
Partner: University of Texas MD Anderson Center

Cherokee County History

Description: This volume discusses the history of Cherokee County including its communities, geography, and major events. The statement on the dedication page says: "This book is the story of Cherokee County from its earliest days through its founding and development and the achievements of its people to the present -- its rich heritage from its founders, its lasting contributions to the Republic of Texas, the State of Texas, the Confederate States of America, and the United States of America. This book highlights Cherokee County's place in time" (p. iv). Index starts on page 707.
Date: 2001
Creator: Cherokee County Historical Commission (Tex.)
Item Type: Book
Partner: Cherokee County Historical Commission

The Clock and the Storyteller: Memoirs of Shirley Clark

Description: This book is part of 'Telling Our Stories,' a humanities project at Austin College and contains the autobiographical anecdotes of Shirley Clark about her family and life in Texas.
Date: 2009
Creator: Clark, Shirley; Lincecum, Jerry Bryan & Redshaw, Peggy A.
Item Type: Book
Partner: Austin College