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[Aerial Photograph of the North Texas State College Campus, 1953]

Description: Aerial photograph of the North Texas State College campus in 1953. Numbered buildings are: (1) Administration Building (later, Auditorium), (2) Science Building, (3) Presidents House, (4) Historical Building (later, Curry Hall), (5) Industrial Arts, (6) Metal Shop, (7) Power Plant, (8) Drawing Building, (9) Manual Arts Building, (10) Marquis Hall, (11) Terrill Hall, (12) Bruce Hall, (13) Masters Hall, (14) Library, (15) Business Administration Building, (16) Kendall Hall (first to be named for President Kendall), (17) Hospital, (18) Education Annex, (19) Union Building, (20) Harriss Gym, (21) Men's Gym, (22) Music Hall, (23) Orchestra Hall, (24) Chilton Hall, (25) Quadrangle, (26) Men's Gym (new), (27) Fouts Field Stadium, (28) Golf Course and Club House, (29) Education Building (later Lab School), (30) Old Athletic Field, (31) Women's Gym, (32) Journalism Building (later, Scoular Hall), (33) Union Slab, (34) Swimming Pool, (35) Home Management House, (36) Service Center (later, Physical Plant, (37) Leggitt Hall, (38) Men's Building, (39) Mary Arden Lodge.
Date: 1953

[Ann Marston fires an arrow at an egg]

Description: Photograph of champion archer, Ann Marston, firing an arrow at an egg resting on a stand. This photograph was featured in the August 31, 1953 issue of Life Magazine. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Text of the article: "Archery Expert Aims at Egg" -> The pretty blond disciple of William Tell above is the best young archer in the U.S. As an 11year-old Ann Marston of Detroit won the national cadet target championship and a year later added the intermediate target championship. Now a seasoned competitor of 15, she has a room full of assorted cups and medals. When she is bored with shooting at regulation archery targets, Ann likes to use odd objects like beer cans and bottle tops. Last month, with Photographer Joe Clark on hand to picture the results, she took dead aim at some eggs. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS.
Date: July 1953
Creator: Clark, Joe

[Ann Marston scrambles an egg with her bow and arrow]

Description: Photograph of champion archer, Ann Marston, firing an arrow at an egg resting on a stand. This photograph was featured in the August 31, 1953 issue of Life Magazine. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Text of the article: "Archery Expert Aims at Egg" -> The pretty blond disciple of William Tell above is the best young archer in the U.S. As an 11year-old Ann Marston of Detroit won the national cadet target championship and a year later added the intermediate target championship. Now a seasoned competitor of 15, she has a room full of assorted cups and medals. When she is bored with shooting at regulation archery targets, Ann likes to use odd objects like beer cans and bottle tops. Last month, with Photographer Joe Clark on hand to picture the results, she took dead aim at some eggs. Life magazine August 31, 1953 pages 87-88. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS
Date: July 1953
Creator: Clark, Joe

[Ann Marston shoots an egg]

Description: Photograph of champion archer, Ann Marston, firing an arrow at an egg resting on a stand. This photograph was featured in the August 31, 1953 issue of Life Magazine. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Text of the article: "Archery Expert Aims at Egg" -> The pretty blond disciple of William Tell above is the best young archer in the U.S. As an 11year-old Ann Marston of Detroit won the national cadet target championship and a year later added the intermediate target championship. Now a seasoned competitor of 15, she has a room full of assorted cups and medals. When she is bored with shooting at regulation archery targets, Ann likes to use odd objects like beer cans and bottle tops. Last month, with Photographer Joe Clark on hand to picture the results, she took dead aim at some eggs. Life magazine August 31, 1953 pages 87-88. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS
Date: July 1953
Creator: Clark, Joe