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[1972 North Texas Homecoming Queen candidates #2]

Description: Photograph of 1972 North Texas Homecoming Queen candidates posing on a ladder. Pictured are (top to bottom): Gail Terry of Plano, Clementine Lewis of Seymour, and Michelle Wootton of Conroe.
Date: 1972

Charles Langford

Description: North Texas State Normal College, Charles Langford, lyricist of Alma Mater, "Glory to the Green" 1922. Man in a football uniform standing in front of a fence
Date: 1922~

[North Texas Bulletin Board]

Description: Photograph of a North Texas bulletin board advertising a football game against the Commerce, Texas Lions. There are several ribbons and banners tacked to the bulletin board. The bus trip to the football game cost $1.50 round trip.
Date: 1936

[North Texas Bus Trip]

Description: Photograph of North Texas football fans lined up next to a bus before taking a trip to Commerce, Texas for a football game. The members of the photograph are wearing suits, dresses and hats.
Date: 1936

[North Texas Cheerleader]

Description: Photograph of a North Texas cheerleader at a halftime performance. She is wearing a cheering uniform and holding pom poms. There are three trombone players playing behind her.
Date: unknown

[North Texas Coaches]

Description: Photograph of ten North Texas football coaches kneeling and standing together in Fouts Field. The coaches are wearing t-shirts that read: "NORTH TEXAS FOOTBALL." The bleachers are pictured in the background.
Date: unknown

[North Texas Football Fans]

Description: Photograph of North Texas football spectators sitting in the stands and watching the 1997 Homecoming game at Fouts Field.
Date: 1997

[North Texas Football Field and Track]

Description: Photograph of the first North Texas football field and track. The Men's Gym and Harris Gym are pictured to the left of the track and field.
Date: unknown

[North Texas Homecoming Game]

Description: Photograph of the North Texas Homecoming football game during a snowstorm. One male and one female cheerleader are shown standing on the sidelines in their uniforms. They are wearing scarves, hats and coats.
Date: 1976

[North Texas Mascot]

Description: Photograph of Scrappy, the North Texas mascot sitting at the entrance to University of North Texas.
Date: unknown

[North Texas Mascot]

Description: Photograph of Scrappy, the North Texas mascot with his date for the homecoming game.
Date: unknown

[North Texas Mascot]

Description: Photograph of Scrappy the North Texas mascot with his date at the Homecoming game.
Date: unknown

[North Texas Mascot]

Description: Photograph of Scrappy the North Texas mascot on the sidelines with some children in the 1990s.
Date: unknown

[North Texas Mascot]

Description: Photograph of Scrappy, the North Texas mascot greeting a child in the early 1980s.
Date: 1980~

[North Texas Mascot, 1942]

Description: Photograph of the North Texas mascot in 1942. The mascot was an eagle. He is pictured wearing a helmet. This photograph appeared on the 1942 cover of the Yucca.
Date: 1942

[North Texas Mascot, 1995]

Description: Photograph of the North Texas mascot, Scrappy seen from behind during a game at Texas Stadium in 1995.
Date: 1995

[North Texas Pep Rally]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified speaker at a North Texas pep rally. The man is standing and speaking into a microphone while head football coach Corky Nelson listens behind him. The pair are standing in front of the Advancement Center at North Texas, which was formerly called the President's Home. Corky Nelson worked as the head football coach at North Texas from 1981 to 1990, and he worked as an athletic director from 1989-1990.
Date: unknown

[Odus Mitchell and Dewitt Weaver]

Description: Photograph of Odus Mitchell and Dewitt Weaver. Mitchell was the head football coach for North Texas. Both men are wearing suits and neck-ties.
Date: unknown