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[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[Administration Building damage from bombing, April 18, 1970]

Description: Photograph of damage done to the first floor Men's Lounge of the Administration Building (later the Hurley Administration Building) by a firebomb on April 18, 1970. The fire was discovered by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador moments after it was started by a "Molotov cocktail" thrown through the window. Patrolman Amador quickly put out the blaze, and called the Fire Department, preventing any further damage to the structure.
Date: April 18, 1970
Location Info:

[AFROTC Corps Day 1967]

Description: Photograph of uniformed members of the North Texas State University AFROTC unit during the half-time show at the North Texas - Tulsa game, November 18, 1967 as part of Corps Day. Overhead view, from the stands at Fouts Field.
Date: November 18, 1967
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[AFROTC Corps Day 1967]

Description: Photograph of uniformed members of the North Texas State University AFROTC unit during the half-time show at the North Texas - Tulsa game, November 18, 1967 as part of Corps Day. Overhead view, from the stands at Fouts Field.
Date: November 18, 1967
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[AFROTC Corps Day 1967]

Description: Photograph of uniformed members of the North Texas State University AFROTC unit during the half-time show at the North Texas - Tulsa game, November 18, 1967 as part of Corps Day. Overhead view, from the stands at Fouts Field.
Date: November 18, 1967
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[Amanda Ogle Holding Second Place Award]

Description: Photograph of Amanda Ogle of Weatherford, Texas holding her second place trophy that reads "Amanda Ogle Second Place - 2015 Reported Narrative", that she won for her "A River Trickles Through It," reported narrative at the 2015 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.
Date: July 18, 2015
Creator: Clark, Junebug