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[A.M. Willis Library exterior]

Description: Photograph of the newly constructed A.M. Willis Library at North Texas State University. Text on the back of the image reads: North Texas State University's new Libary, scheduled to open this summer, is designed to eventually house 1.6 million volumes with the addition of the building's phase II to be built after 1972 and Phase III scheduled after 1978. The total building -- 420 feet long and 48 feet above ground --- will feature a basement and four floors.
Date: 1971
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[Portrait of J.C. Chilton]

Description: Photograph of President Joshua Crittenden Chilton (1852-1896). J.C. Chilton was the first president of the University of North Texas (then known as Texas Normal College and Teachers Training Institute). He served as president from 1890-1893.
Date: 189u

[Portrait of Dr. Charles Clarke]

Description: Photograph of Dr. Charles Clarke, School of Education Faculty. Dr. Clarke came to North Texas as a professor of education and director of teacher education. He also directed the North Texas Lab School and the university's student teaching program. He taught full time in the secondary education division from 1975 until his retirement.
Date: 19uu

[Clark Hall exterior]

Description: Photograph of the exterior of Clark Hall. It was named for Ms. Edith L. Clark, first Dean of Women, 1916-1944. Located on the corner of Maple Street and Avenue C, Clark is one of UNT's "standard halls" that houses mainly freshmen. Clark Hall was built in 1966.
Date: 19uu

[Clark Hall during construction]

Description: Photograph of the removal of a house on the future site of Clark Hall. Clark Hall was named for Miss Edith L. Clark, the first dean of women, 1916-1944. Located on the corner of Maple Street and Avenue C, Clark is one of UNT's "standard halls" that houses mainly freshmen.
Date: 196u

[Portrait of Dr. Gene Cho]

Description: Photograph of Dr. Gene Cho, Professor of Music Theory & Ethnomusicology. Professor Cho has presented lectures, clinics and workshops in theory, conducting and composition in six countries outside the U.S. In addition, he teaches a sequence of courses in music and culture of China and Japan and directs field study programs to Asia.
Date: 19uu