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1920 football team
1920 football team. Coach T.J. Fouts, finished 7-1, North Texas State Normal College. Students standing and sitting near goalpost.
[Administration Building at North Texas State Teachers College]
Photograph of the Administration Building, in center background, at North Texas State Teachers College. This photograph was taken from a paved street. The Historical Building is visible in the left foreground, and the Science Building is in the right foreground. A walkway, with open white gates, leads between the Historical Building and Science Building to the Administration Building. The walkway is lined with trees and shrubbery. Part of an automobile is also visible in the left foreground parked at the curb. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "admin. bldg. before 1935" and "Campus Inner, Historical Bldg. [L], Auditorium (Admin before '35) Bldg. [Center], Science Bldg. [R]."
[Album page with five photos "fair/parade"]
Photograph of an early family album page with five photographs of different members of the Cuellar family. The front page, on the left side, there are two men paddling on a boat at an unidentified lake. The men wear a white shirt, a straw boater hat, and trousers. On the right side, a group of women (about twenty) and girls wearing similar dresses and a matching sash, stand in front of a fair. On the back of the page, on the left, a group of people stand next to car in front of a building. Four are women in different colored dresses next to a man (on the left) in a suit and tie who also wears a fedora hat. Bottom corner of the back page, there is a group portrait with four women wearing dark-colored dresses next to three men wearing boater hats, shirt, neck-ties, and trousers. The last photograph has three women in winter attire standing in front of parked cars.
[Album page with portraits]
Photograph of an early family album page with family portraits and photographs of different members of the Cuellar family. The top of the front page displays twenty-seven facial portraits of men and women from the Cuellar family. Adhesive can still be seen where the some photographs are missing. On the bottom left of the front page, two women and a girl stand in front of a crop field. On the right side of the front page, a woman with a necklace and light-colored blouse sits in front of a blank backdrop. On the left side of the back page, is a crop field already harvested. On the right side of the back page displays two women, while standing in a field, holding two large flags crossing each other. The flag facing to the left side is the Mexico flag and the flag facing the right side is the United States flag. Written on the bottom: "Sept. of 1921."
[Audience in Auditorium, Administration Building, ca. 1926]
Photograph of a large audience seated in the Auditorium, Administration Building, ca. 1926. Seen from the stage, the people in the very front sit on folding chairs while the crowd fills the main floor and balcony area. Photograph is a photograph of a photograph. Constructed in 1923-24, the Administration Building was renamed the Auditorium Building in 1957 after the construction of what is now called the Hurley Administration Building.
[Audience in Auditorium, Administration Building, ca. 1926]
Photograph of a large audience seated in the Auditorium, Administration Building, ca. 1926. Seen from the stage, the people in the very front sit on folding chairs while the crowd fills the main floor and balcony area. Photograph is a photograph of a photograph. Constructed in 1923-24, the Administration Building was renamed the Auditorium Building in 1957 after the construction of what is now called the Hurley Administration Building.
Campus walk to Education Building
North Texas State Normal College, campus walk to Education Building, 1921. Two people seated on a park bench located along a sidewalk.
[Charles and Irene on a bench]
Photograph of Charles Williams sitting with his mother, Irene Biffle Williams on a bench outside.
Charles Langford
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
Charles Langford, Yell leader
North Texas State Normal College, Charles Langford, yell leader, 1922. Man leading a crowd in a cheer.
[Charles Williams standing outside, 1920]
Photograph of Charles Williams, son of Byrd Williams, Jr., standing outside holding a toy.
[Charles Williams with Brownie, 1920]
Photograph of Charles Williams, youngest son of Byrd Williams, Jr., standing outside with the family dog, Brownie.
[Construction near Purina plant]
Photograph of me working construction near the Purina plant in Fort Worth, Texas. There are men seated at the edge of the dug out section while three men are working down in the ditch. There is a truck parked next to a machine billowing black smoke.
Donna Card, Ed McArty, and Ruth Roach, c. 1920
This photo shows Ed McArty standing in a rodeo arena, with his arms around two girls: Donna Card on the left and Ruth Roach on the right.
Ed McArty and Nowata Slim Richardson, 1924
This is a photo of two cowboys standing in an empty arena somewhere in Europe, posing for the photographer. The one on the left is believed to be Ed McCarty and the one on the right is Nowata Slim Richardson.
Ed McArty, c. 1920
This photo is a portrait of a man in a suit and hat, sitting on a fence rail.
Ed McArty, c. 1920
This photo is a portrait of a man in a hat and suit.
Education building, North Texas State Normal College
Brick building next to a road.
Europe (London), 1924
This photo shows Ruth Roach, and other horsemen, riding a horse into the front door of a building before a crowd of onlookers.
[Fort Worth Construction]
Photograph of three men working in a dug out area. There are homes visible in the background at the top of the ditch. There is a truck visible in the right side of the frame.
Fox Hastings, Bea Kirnan, Ruth Roach, Lorena Trickey, and Prairie Rose Henderson, c. 1920
Postcard with an image of a row of cowgirls posing out-of-doors, holding their hats in the air. From left to right, they are identified as: Fox Hastings, Bea Kirnan, Ruth Roach, unknown, Lorena Trickey (possibly), and Prairie Rose Henderson.
[Freshman parade]
Photograph of students dressed in costume for the Freshman parade in 1927. One student holds up a sign, which reads "South Seas."
[Gonzales brothers orchestra]
Photograph of a festival with musicians, Gonzales Brothers Orchestra, on a stage with children wearing a sash. A man holding the Mexican flag stands on the left side of the photograph while the American Flag is on the right side. Decorations and portraits of historical figures are displayed on the background.
[Historical Building and Science Building at North Texas State Normal College]
Photograph, facing southwest, of the Historical Building (in center background) and Science Building (on right) at North Texas State Normal College. In the right of the photograph, a man and woman are looking at a book and sitting on a bench next to the ground floor windows of the Science Building, while another man can be seen leaning out of the first floor window above the man and woman on the bench. In the left of the photograph, several trees, a fence, and a gate can be seen lining one of the campus walkways. The number "53" is written in bold ink in the bottom right corner of the photograph. On the back of the photograph, a handwritten note reads, "Campus, inner, 1922".
[Horse drawn cart and car]
Photograph of a city street scene taken from a rooftop. A horse drawn cart and automobile travel along the same street while a man and woman cross the street.
[Houston skyline]
Photograph of the Houston skyline. The Esperson building is the tallest building on the right and the Gulf Building is the tall building located to its left.
[Hunters with kill]
Photograph of three men standing with guns around a squirrel they have killed, with a mountainous landscape behind them.
Interior North Texas State Normal College campus, early 1920s
People standing, walking, and sitting in a treed area with buildings in the background.
Julia Smith, Composer
North Texas State Normal College, Julia Smith, composer of Alma Mater, "Glory to the Green," 1922. Woman posing.
[Landscape of New Mexico]
Photograph of a landscape of mountains and trees in New Mexico.
Laying bricks on Berry Street
Photograph of men and horses working to lay bricks on what will become Berry Street in Fort Worth, Texas.
Library scene, North Texas State Normal College
Library interior at North Texas State Normal College, 1923.
[Main Building and Science Building]
Photograph of the Main Building (Old Main) and the Science Building prior to the Main Building's demolition. The Main Building was constructed in 1904, the second permanent structure on North Texas Campus. It housed an auditorium that seated 1,200, library, administrative offices, and classrooms. Sometimes referred to as the Old Main building, the structure was demolished in 1923 to make way for the new Administration Building, which is now the Auditorium Building.The Science Building was built in 1910 and demolished in 1967 to make way for the Language Building.
Main building auditorium, North Texas State Normal College
Main building auditorium, 1921, where chapel attendance was required until 1923. North Texas State Normal College. Rows of seats and a stage
[Main Building Being Torn Down]
Photograph of the Main Building (Old Main) and the Science Building prior to the Main Building's demolition. The Main Building was constructed in 1904, the second permanent structure on North Texas Campus. It housed an auditorium that seated 1,200, library, administrative offices, and classrooms. Sometimes referred to as the Old Main building, the structure was demolished in 1923 to make way for the new Administration Building, which is now the Auditorium Building.The Science Building was built in 1910 and demolished in 1967 to make way for the Language Building.
Main building, North Texas State Normal College, 1922
Building and sidewalk behind large trees
[Main Building (Old Main) before demolition]
Photograph of the Main Building (Old Main) being torn down. The Main Building was constructed in 1904, the second permanent structure on North Texas Campus. It housed an auditorium that seated 1,200, library, administrative offices, and classrooms. Sometimes referred to as the Old Main building, the structure was demolished in 1923 to make way for the new Administration Building, which is now the Auditorium Building.
[Men and Horses with Machinery]
Photograph of construction crew with a man and a team of horses and an automobile near a large pile of soil or sand.
[Men by Diving Board]
Photograph of men standing by a diving board. The pool appears to be empty.
[Men by Diving Board]
Photograph of men standing by a diving board.
[Men working in a ditch on Berry Street]
Photograph of four men working in a ditch on Berry Street in Fort Worth, Texas.
[Men's Gym]
Photograph of the interior of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. Lumber lies in piles on the court, and two men can be seen working against the far wall. The text "B B - 5014 - C" is written in the bottom left of the image.
[Men's Gymnasium]
Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium. The image shows the building's exterior, which includes a large sign that reads "MENS GYMNASIUM," and two floors with large windows. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953.
[Men's Gymnasium]
Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus. A man can be seen outside the building, and several cars are parked on the curb. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953. The text "B B - 5014 - A" is written on the bottom left of the image.
[Men's Gymnasium]
Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. Men can be seen working on the roof. Several cars are parked by the curb. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953. The text "B B 5014 - B" can be seen in the bottom left of the image.
[Men's Gymnasium]
Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. The building possesses four sets of doors, and several trees are planted around it. A car is parked on the curb. This building became known as the Men's Gymnasium in 1922. Prior to this date, it was also known as the Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953.
[Men's Gymnasium]
Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953.
[Men's Gymnasium in Snow]
Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. The ground around the building is covered in snow, and the trees have lost their leaves. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953.
North Texas State Normal College, 1921 women's basketball team
North Texas State Normal College, women's basketball, 1921, squad finished 10-0, Beulah Harriss, back row, center, coach. Women standing and sitting in front of a brick building.
North Texas State Normal College campus, early 1920s
People sitting, standing, and walking in a treed area.