Collections - L
These issues of Lamar University student newspapers ran from the 1930s to the 1970s. The student newspaper was first created when South Park Junior College changed to Lamar College in 1932. It was published every other week until the mid 1950s when it became a weekly. When the college gained university status in 1971, the paper was renamed The University Press.Added: October 2014.
This collection reflects the diverse interests and tireless curiosity of the Renaissance man of Southeast Texas. Fisher's images reflect his work as a photographer, filmmaker, environmental activist, musician, pilot, and traveler. His photos are historically important, as they illustrate the richness and diversity of life in Texas, particularly in the Big Thicket of East Texas.Added: March 2015.
Las Sabinas is a quarterly publication discussing the history of the Orange County area and genealogy of residents through essays, oral histories, newspaper articles, letters; records of births, marriages, and deaths; photographs; cemetery records; court proceedings and public records; family Bible entries; and other historical documents.Added: June 2013.
This biannual publication is devoted to the rich history of Dallas and North Central Texas as a way to examine the many historical social, ethnic, cultural, and political legacies that have shaped the modern city and surrounding area. It's a joint publication of Dallas Heritage Village, the Dallas Historical Society, the Old Red Museum, and the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.Added: May 2009.
LeMoine Lewis was a professor of Bible and church history at Abilene Christian University from 1949-1986. His lectures are preserved in this collection, focusing on the history of Christianity and Lewis' own interpretations.Added: December 2015.
This selection of newspapers was published in Lipscomb County and includes the Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times. The newspapers were published weekly beginning in 1917 and featured local, state, and national news along with advertising.Added: May 2014.
The Llano News was established in 1889 and has absorbed six newspapers in the last century. Over the past decades, The Llano News has been a vital part of the fabric of Llano County, reporting and publishing community news as well as state and national news.Added: August 2016.
The Loblolly was created by the students at Gary 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 tell of traditions and life skills which started in early Texas pioneer days.Added: September 2015.
These materials from several diverse institutions come together in one virtual collection that highlights Lorenzo de Zavala's accomplishments and impact. This project is supported in part by Humanities Texas, the state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.Added: February 2009.
These images depict the daily life and flight training at Love Field in 1918, both when it was an army camp in World War I and as a municipally-owned airport in the latter half of the century. 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.Added: January 2010.
The Lubbock Avalanche documented the early growth of Lubbock, Texas, which was known as the Hub City of West Texas due to its prominence in the region. These weekly newspapers include local, state, and national news as well as advertising.Added: March 2013.