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[Anti-immigration protest march]
This article mostly contains captions of photographs of a Minuteman Project March held in Denton .Both the original Spanish article and the English translation are included.
[Appointment Announcement]
Card announcing the appointment of J. Clay Singleton as the Dean of the College of Business Administration, September 1, 1991. The university seal is on the front of the card.
[Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank, Denton, Texas]
Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank in Denton, Texas.
[Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank, Denton, Texas]
Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank in Denton, Texas.
[Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank, Denton, Texas]
Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank in Denton, Texas.
[Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank, Denton, Texas]
Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank in Denton, Texas.
[Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank, Denton, Texas]
Blank Check for The Exchange National Bank in Denton, Texas.
[Commencement Announcement for North Texas State College, May 21, 1949]
Commencement announcement/invitation honoring the 1949 graduating class of North Texas State College. Printed on the card are the words, "President and Mrs. McConnell At Home On Saturday Evening, May 21. Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Nine Honoring the Graduating Classes. Union Building. Eight to Ten."
[Commencement Announcement for North Texas State Teachers College, August 15,1928]
Graduation announcement for the summer commencement ceremony at North Texas State Teachers College in 1928. The announcement is a plain sheet of cardstock; in the center, there is a raised image of the school's seal above the text, which reads: "The Faculty and Senior Class of North Texas State Teachers College announce the Commencement Exercises Wednesday evening, August fifteenth nineteen hundred twenty-eight at eight o'clock College Auditorium Denton, Texas."
[Commencement Announcement for North Texas State Teachers College, May 20, 1937]
Commencement announcement for the faculty and graduating seniors of a new meeting place and time in case of a weather change. The announcement is on regular paper typed in black ink.
[Commencement Announcement Invitation for North Texas State Teachers College, May 1930]
Commencement invitation for the May 1930 Annual Commencement for the North Texas State Teachers College. The program for the ceremony days are detailed in the invitation.
[Commencement Events Program for North Texas State Teachers College, May 1929]
List of the 1929, commencement events printed in black ink on card stock paper.
[Commencement Name Card for Miss Mary Olivia Miller, 1914]
Name card for "Miss Mary Olivia Miller" from a graduation announcement for North Texas State Normal College in 1914.
[Commencement Name Card for Miss Roemer]
Name card printed on a plain sheet of cardstock; in the center, "Miss Roemer" is written in black ink.
[Commencement Name Card for Miss Sue Henrietta Miller, 1914]
Name card for Miss Sue Henrietta Miller from a graduation announcement for North Texas State Normal College in 1914.
[Identification Ticket for Mary Evans]
Partial identification card for Mary E. Evans. The card is made of paper, and much of the the right side has been torn away. A photograph of Evans appears to the left of the card and her signature is on the back. Theron J. Fouts is listed as "Dean of Men" on the front of the card.
[Inez Evans North Texas State Normal College diploma]
Diploma from North Texas State Normal College certifying that Inez Evans has completed the necessary coursework to earn a degree of Bachelor of Arts. At the top of the document is an illustration of the Texas Coat of Arms; a star of five points, encircled by a wreath of olive and live oak branches The Certificate is signed by President William Herschel Bruce and President of the Board of Regents M. O. Flowers. At the bottom of the diploma it is embossed with the North Texas State Normal College seal.
[Invitation: Excellence in Education]
Invitation from the University of North Texas College of Business Administration for the dedication of Curry Hall event held November 19, 1991.
[Invitation: Excellence in Education]
Invitation for the Excellence in Education Event held September 28th.
[Nettie Williams North Texas Normal College diploma]
Diploma from North Texas Normal College certifying that Nettie Williams has completed the necessary coursework in English to achieve certification. At the top of the document is an illustration of the Normal Building, which was the only school building at the time. At the bottom of the diploma it is embossed with the North Texas Normal College seal. The Certificate is signed by President of Faculty Menter Bradley Terrill, President of Trustees William A. Ponder, President of the Board of Regents Colonel Thomas Walter Abney, Secretary of Faculty J.A. Sanders, Secretary of the Board of Trustees H. F. Schweer, and the Secretary of the Board of Regents Honorable Alvin Clark Owsley.
[NTSNC diploma]
A diploma from the North Texas State Normal College presented to Izetta Sparks upon graduation, signed by President Bruce.
Oral History Interview with Adam Briggle, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Adam Briggle, a professor at the University of North Texas, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Professor Briggle focuses on several topics including his initial engagement with the fracking referendum, being contacted by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), the writing of the fracking ban, his reactions to the passing of the ban, and his arrest for protesting fracking.
Oral History Interview with Alana Irby, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Alana Irby, a geography major at the University of North Texas, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum.
Oral History Interview with Amy, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Amy (last name is unknown), an English major at Texas Women's University (TWU), regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. The interview appears to take place at a rally designed to inform listeners about the effects of hydraulic fracturing (fracking).
Oral History Interview with Candice Bernd, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Candice Bernd, a journalist and anti-fracking activist in Denton, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. MS. Bernd reviews her involvement and opinion on the Fracking Referendum and the overarching effects of House Bill 40 (HB40).
Oral History Interview with Chad Pearson, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Chad Pearson, a history professor at Collin College in Plano, Texas, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Professor Pearson specializes in the study of employers and business organizations that engage in tactics to present their own personal agendas as the desires of a larger population.
Oral History Interview with Dr. Deborah Armintor, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Dr. Deborah Armintor, an English professor at UNT (the University of North Texas) since 2002, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Dr. Armintor describes her involvement with the anti-fracking movement immediately following the passage of HB40 (House Bill 40).
Oral History Interview with Elida Tomez, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Elida Tomez, an activist and long-time resident of Denton, Texas, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Ms. Tomez recounts her involvement in the anti-fracking movement and her beliefs concerning the effects fracking has had on Denton and the environment as a whole.
Oral History Interview with Emily White, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Emily White, a professor of writing, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Professor White briefly defines fracking, explains hydraulic fracturing's effects on the environment, and recites her "Ten Reasons to Ban Fracking".
Oral History Interview with Evan Stone, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Evan Stone, a copyright attorney who performs legal services for Frack-Free Denton, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Mr. Stone lists a few examples of how he's aided Frack-Free Denton, continues on to explain why HB40 (House Bill 40) was created, and relays instances where fracking companies have damaged the environment.
Oral History Interview with Garrett Graham, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Garrett Graham, a Denton, Texas resident and director of the documentary "Don't Frack with Denton", regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Graham recounts how he became involved with the anti-fracking movement, his stance on fracking in general, and how he feels "Don't Frack with Denton" has impacted the community.
Oral History Interview with James Mays, 2015
Transcript of an interview with James Mays, the Superintendent of Planning and Construction with the City of Denton Parks and Recreation department, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Mays discusses the issues surrounding the fracking referendum as well as his responsibilities as superintendent.
Oral History Interview with Jarrett Keim, 2015
Transcript of a phone interview with Jarrett Keim, a professional fracking driller in Oklahoma, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Mr. Keim describes his job responsibilities and the intricacies of hydraulic fracturing.
Oral History Interview with Keely Briggs, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Keely Briggs, a District 2Ora Denton City Council member, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Ms. Briggs discusses how she became involved with the fracking referendum as well as how she perceives the breakdown of the democratic process in the Texas legislature.
Oral History Interview with Kevin Roden, October 29, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Kevin Rodan, a Denton City Councilman, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Councilman Roden describes how he became informed about hydraulic fracturing and the effects the fracking referendum had on both the Denton City Council and the community as a whole.
Oral History Interview with Keynan Swanner, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Keynan Swanner, a safety supervisor in the oil and gas industry from Houston, Texas, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Mr. Swanner describes his job responsibilities and his personal views on hydraulic fracturing.
Oral History Interview with Michael Hennen, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Michael Hennen, president of the Denton Drilling Awareness Group, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Mr. Hennen briefly reviews what hydraulic fracturing is, the purpose of Denton Drilling Awareness, and how he views the impacts fracking has had on the environment.
Oral History Interview with Tara Hunter, 2015
Transcript of an interview with Tara Linn Hunter, a volunteer coordinator for the Frack Free Denton campaign, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Ms. Hunter is also the president of the Denton Drilling Awareness Group. In this interview, Ms. Hunter speaks to her job responsibilities, how she perceives the Texas State legislature, and the effects the frack-free movement has had on neighboring Texas communities.
Oral History Interview with William Hensley, 2015
Transcript of an interview with William Hensley, a Denton resident, regarding the City of Denton Fracking Referendum. Mr. Hensley elaborates on the movie "Gasland" and its role in informing Denton about the fracking movement as well as his thoughts on the harms and benefits of hydraulic fracturing.
[Personal account in remembrance of Dr. Ron Hasty]
Personal account in remembrance of Dr. Ron Hasty, discussing the origins of the Logistics department within the UNT College of Business.
Speech delivered by President Chilton
Manuscript speech written by President Chilton and delivered to commemorate the opening of the Texas State Normal College and Teachers Training Institute in Denton, Texas. Page 2 of the speech is missing.