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[Lab Band Concert]

Description: Photograph of a 1963 North Texas State University lab band concert. In this image, the band members are arranged on ascending risers, with a row of trumpets and a lone saxophone player standing as they play.
Date: April 9, 1963

[1963 Lab band concert]

Description: Photograph of a North Texas lab band's 1963 concert. In this image, a trumpet player is standing and playing between a double bassist and a row of trombone players. Other band members are visible in rows behind and in front of the trombone players.
Date: April 9, 1963

[President Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield, October 9, 1975]

Description: Photograph of North Texas State University president C.C. Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield Company, October 9, 1975. The three people are seen standing in President Nolen's office. Nolen is a far left, at center is Linda Gibbs, Equal Opportunity Affairs coordinator for ARCO, and at left is an unidentified gentleman in a suit. The ARCO Foundation presented $5000 to North Texas to provide scholarships to outstanding students in the accounting and information systems department of the NTSU College of Business Administration.
Date: October 9, 1975

[President Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield, October 9, 1975]

Description: Photograph of North Texas State University president C.C. Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield Company, October 9, 1975. They are seen standing in President Nolen's office. From left to right: Hugh Harvard, Director of Business Systems, ARCO; Russell Maxey, Accounting Supervisor, ARCO, President Nolen, and Linda Gibbs, Equal Opportunity Affairs coordinator for ARCO. The ARCO Foundation presented $5000 to North Texas to provide scholarships to outstanding students in the accounting and information systems department of the NTSU College of Business Administration.
Date: October 9, 1975

[President Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield, October 9, 1975]

Description: Photograph of North Texas State University president C.C. Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield Company, October 9, 1975. They are seen standing in President Nolen's office. From left to right: Russell Maxey, Accounting Supervisor, ARCO, President Nolen, Linda Gibbs, Equal Opportunity Affairs coordinator for ARCO, and an unidentified man. The ARCO Foundation presented $5000 to North Texas to provide scholarships to outstanding students in the accounting and information systems department of the NTSU College of Business Administration.
Date: October 9, 1975

[President Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield, October 9, 1975]

Description: Photograph of North Texas State University president C.C. Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield Company, October 9, 1975. They are seen standing in President Nolen's office. From left to right: Hugh Harvard, Director of Business Systems, ARCO; Russell Maxey, Accounting Supervisor, ARCO, President Nolen, and Linda Gibbs, Equal Opportunity Affairs coordinator for ARCO. The ARCO Foundation presented $5000 to North Texas to provide scholarships to outstanding students in the accounting and information systems department of the NTSU College of Business Administration.
Date: October 9, 1975

[President Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield, October 9, 1975]

Description: Photograph of North Texas State University president C.C. Nolen receiving a check from representatives of Atlantic Richfield Company, October 9, 1975. They are seen standing in President Nolen's office. From left to right: Hugh Harvard, Director of Business Systems, ARCO; Russell Maxey, Accounting Supervisor, ARCO, President Nolen, and Linda Gibbs, Equal Opportunity Affairs coordinator for ARCO. The ARCO Foundation presented $5000 to North Texas to provide scholarships to outstanding students in the accounting and information systems department of the NTSU College of Business Administration.
Date: October 9, 1975

[Portrait of Mary Karen Clardy holding a flute]

Description: Photograph of Mary Karen Clardy holding a flute. Mary Karen Clardy, Regents Professor of Flute at the University of North Texas, appears as soloist and chamber artist throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Britain, Europe, Asia and South America, with numerous performances for the National Flute Association and the British Flute Society. Her recordings include Sonatas and Sonatinas,after syrinx…, with October Trio, and The Solo Flute Past to Present, for the EPR label; a solo recital of American music for the BBC’s Radio 3; and orchestral recordings for the Pro Arts, Dorian, and Klavier labels. Renowned as a teacher, she regularly presents master classes at home and abroad, and her students are consistent winners of international and national competitions, holding prestigious orchestral and faculty positions throughout the world. An established author, Ms. Clardy’s award-winning publications from Alphonse Leduc, Schott, and Universal Edition are in multiple reprint. Ms. Clardy's personal website is http://www.mkclardy.com/.
Date: January 9, 1985

[Portrait of Mary Karen Clardy holding a flute]

Description: Photograph of Mary Karen Clardy holding a flute. Mary Karen Clardy, Regents Professor of Flute at the University of North Texas, appears as soloist and chamber artist throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Britain, Europe, Asia and South America, with numerous performances for the National Flute Association and the British Flute Society. Her recordings include Sonatas and Sonatinas,after syrinx…, with October Trio, and The Solo Flute Past to Present, for the EPR label; a solo recital of American music for the BBC’s Radio 3; and orchestral recordings for the Pro Arts, Dorian, and Klavier labels. Renowned as a teacher, she regularly presents master classes at home and abroad, and her students are consistent winners of international and national competitions, holding prestigious orchestral and faculty positions throughout the world. An established author, Ms. Clardy’s award-winning publications from Alphonse Leduc, Schott, and Universal Edition are in multiple reprint. Ms. Clardy's personal website is http://www.mkclardy.com/.
Date: January 9, 1985