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[1954 North Texas Homecoming Queen candidates #1]

Description: Photograph of the 1954 North Texas Homecoming Queen candidates. Pictured are (L-R): Lee Osterloh, Diana Haladaychik, Barbara Meek, Lee Dougherty, and Norma Strickland. Barbara Meek was crowned North Texas Homecoming Queen in 1954.
Date: 1954

[1954 North Texas Homecoming Queen candidates #2]

Description: Photograph of the 1954 North Texas Homecoming Queen candidates. Pictured are (L-R): Diana Haladaychik, Lee Osterloh, Barbara Meek, Norma Strickland, and Lee Dougherty. Lee Dougherty was crowned North Texas Homecoming Queen in 1954.
Date: 1954

[Alumni Football Game Between North Texas and San Jose in 1954]

Description: Photograph of a group posing at the 1954 football game next to a black vehicle on the football field. There are four individuals in the image, two men wearing football uniforms jersey numbers 88 and 99 leaning next to the vehicle. One man is sitting on the drivers side of the vehicle, and a woman sitting on top of the back holding flowers. Behind the group the football fans are visible on the bleachers.
Date: October 1954

[Alumni Football Game - North Texas vs. San Jose, 1954]

Description: Photograph of a three individuals, two men and one woman posing on a football field next to the empty bleachers at the North Texas vs. San Jose, 1954 game. The two men are wearing football uniforms with the numbers 88 and 99 on their jerseys and the woman is holding flowers and her purse.
Date: October 1954

[Celebrating Old Maid’s Day with Miss Dorothy Babb, 1954]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Babb (right) with Miss Olive Honeycutt (left) and Holford Russell (center), with a few of the gifts donated for Old Maid’s Day. A group of women in Denton started Old Maid’s Day in 1950 to get “recognition, not menfolks.” It all began when Miss Dorothy Babb, a Latin and English teacher at North Texas State College.
Date: May 1954

[Dorothy Babb opening a box from Neiman Marcus]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Babb opening a box from Neiman Marcus and pulling out spoons as she gets her picture taken during Old Maid's Day. Old Maid's Day began began with Babb, a Latin and English teacher at North Texas State College said she was tired of buying gifts for weddings, Mother’s Day, and baby showers.
Date: 1954

[Dorothy Babb opening a box from Neiman Marcus, 2]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Babb opening a box from Neiman Marcus and pulling out spoons as she gets her picture taken during Old Maid's Day. Old Maid's Day began began with Babb, a Latin and English teacher at North Texas State College said she was tired of buying gifts for weddings, Mother’s Day, and baby showers.
Date: 1954

[Dorothy Babb sitting on a wood pile with her dog]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Babb, a faculty member at North Texas State College who teaches English and Latin, sitting on a wood pile with a handsaw in her left hand. Babb sits and poses for her photograph to be taken with her dog.
Date: 1954

[Dorothy Babb teaching her English class]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Babb, a faculty member in the English and Latin department teaching a class. Babb is seated at her desk and looking at her students who are sitting in the foreground.
Date: 1954

[[Dorothy Babb teaching her English class, 2]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Babb, a faculty member in the English and Latin department teaching a class. Babb is seated at her desk and looking at her students who are sitting in the foreground.
Date: 1954