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[Hillside with home and shed]
Photograph of a country hillside. The hills are lined with trees. There is a farmhouse and a large shed in the foreground of the photograph.
[Hilltop farm]
Photograph of a winding hillside covered in farmland. In the immediate foreground there is sprouting corn stalks. In the background there is a large building at the edge of a grain field. This negative is listed on the envelope as 1-258 but labeled as 1-259 on the negative itself.
[Hilltop mule powered press]
Photograph of a young boy feeding sorghum cane into a mule powered press that is set up on top of a hill in the smokey mountains. There are numerous people in the background doing prep work for the upcoming sorghum molasses stir-off.
[Hilly farm]
Photograph of farm spanning across many hills. Some of the fields are harvested while some are still growing. There is a horse visible off in the distance.
His Peculiarities
The article discusses the correspondence between a man that was unfamiliar with the Bible and how the author tried to inform him. The subject was a man of knowledge and posed as a philosopher.
[Hispanic man looks at speakers]
A man wearing a red work shirt looks at the speakers on stage while holding his chin with his left hand.
[Historical Building]
Photograph of the Historical Building, which was so named in the 1940s. Prior to this, it was known as the Library (1913) and the Museum Building (1930s). In 1991, it was renamed Curry Hall. The building is surrounded by trees and foliage.
[Historical Building]
Photograph of the Historical Building, which was named so in the 1940s. Prior to this, it was known as the Library (1913) and the Museum Building (1930s). In 1991, it was renamed Curry Hall. The building stands to the left of one other building, with a field making up the forefront of the photo.
[Historical Building]
Photograph of the Historical Building, which was so named in the 1940s. Prior to this, it was known as the Library (1913) and the Museum Building (1930s). In 1991, it was renamed Curry Hall. Trees and bushes surround the exterior stairs.
[Historical Building]
Photograph of the Historical Building, which was so named in the 1940s. Prior to this, it was known as the Library (1913) and the Museum Building (1930s). In 1991, it was renamed Curry Hall. Some blemishes occur in the upper corners of the image.
[Historical Building]
Photograph of the Historical Building, which was so named in the 1940s. Prior to this, it was known as the Library (1913) and the Museum Building (1930s). In 1991, it was renamed Curry Hall. Students can be seen sitting on the front steps.
[Historical Building]
Photograph of the Historical Building, which was so named in the 1940s. Prior to this, it was known as the Library (1913) and the Museum Building (1930s). In 1991, it was renamed Curry Hall. Trees and other foliage can be seen in the front of the building.
[Historical Building]
Photograph of the Historic Building, which was so named in the 1940s. Prior to this, it was known as the Library (1913) and the Museum Building (1930s). In 1991, it was renamed Curry Hall. A car is parked at the curb, and a white gate can be seen to the right of the building.
[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".
[Historical Building at North Texas State Teachers College]
Photograph, facing southeast, of the Historical Building at North Texas State Teachers College. Part of the Science Building is visible in the left foreground. People are visible on and around the steps of the Historical Building, as well as through the open windows of both buildings. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "Historical bldg.", "St. 199-", "? 1931", and "Campus inner, 1930s?".
Historical Building, North Texas State Normal College
Library. The building known as the Historical Building, formerly housed the library on the second and third floors and the gymnasium in the basement.
Historical Information School of Home Economics North Texas State University
Document containing a timeline of historical information pertaining to the evolution of the School of Home Economics at North Texas State University.
[Historical Site in West Virginia]
Photograph of an unidentified historical site in West Virginia, taken for the American Association for State and Local History. Part of a fence and what appears to be a wall of a building are pictured amidst several leafless trees.
[History and genealogy of Moore Family from arrival in America]
History and Genealogy of the Moore family from the time they arrived in America before the American Revolution from Lough Neagh near Belfast, Ireland.
[History Class and Instructor]
Photograph of an instructor and several students gathered around a map of the United States. The instructor wears a suit, while the students are dressed more casually. A number has been written in the top right of the image.
[History of command, March 31, 1865]
History of command of Company "F", 1st regiment New York veteran's cavalry. Hamilton K. Redway was the commander from January 1st, 1865 to February 16th, 1865 and March 6th to present time. 1st lieutenant J. E. Rank was in command from February 16-March 6th.
The History of Wonder
A poem about a dog named Wonder who had an insatiable appetite and was killed for stealing food. The poem has twelve stanzas, each consisting of six lines.
[HIV Health Services Planning Council]
A reactive publication from the HIV Health Services Planning Council in response to the Ryan White C.A.R.E. Act of 1990.
[HIV Services Planning Council]
A fax containing two letters discussing the duties of the HIV Health Services Planning Council.
[Hoe Down at the Stir-off]
Photograph of a large group of friends and neighbors dancing during the Hoe Down event following the molasses stir-off.
[Hog Auction]
Photograph of a large crowd surrounding five hogs at an auction. In the image, the large group consists primarily of men wearing hats and some are holding canes.
[Holding a document]
Salvador Espino holds a document aloft while speaking.
[Holding a flag]
A man holds an American flag in his right hand.
[Holding a turkey]
Photograph of a young boy holding a large turkey in his arms.
[Holding baseball cap]
Roberto holds a wadded up baseball cap while giving a speech.
[Holding Hands in the Sunset]
Photograph of a man and a woman holding hands as the sun sets. The two are leaning back and each extending one leg, allowing for the sun to set right between them.
[Holding hands in the sunset]
Photograph of a couple holding hands and leaning back in an open field as the sun sets in the background.
[Holding the grain]
Photograph of a young woman holding the grain off the top of the sorghum stalks. There are tall sorghum stalks with the grain still attached behind the young woman. The envelope containing the negative is annotated "stir-off".
[Holding the grain]
Photograph of a young woman holding grain from the sorghum stalks. There are multiple sorghum stalks behind her with the grain still attached. The envelope containing the negative is annotated "stir-off".
[Holland, R. V.]
Photograph of R. V. Holland. He stands by a chair, wearing a suit and tie. Artwork of drama masks hang on the wall to the left.
[Holly Harp during distinguished alumni announcement]
Photograph of Holly Harp during the fashion show and distinguished alumni announcement on August 30, 1978.
[Home by the creek]
Photograph of a large two-story wooden house on the side of a creek. In the image, piles of wood boards are stacked along the fence line and large trees fill up the background.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of several women in a home economics course eating their assignments. Several women drink from glasses of milk. Two tables in the right of the image hold the dinners they created.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of women in a home economics class. They work together on a recipe in the kitchen. A poster in the back of the room lists the steps for making "Mincemeat Fruit Cake."
[Home Economics]
Photograph of students in a home economics class, learning about sewing and alterations. The woman on the left sits with a sketch of the woman standing across from her. The woman standing wears a dress that is being altered by a third woman at her feet.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of two women in a home economics class. The women sit on a bench, looking at each other. The woman on the left holds a black box, while the woman on the right holds a pair of heels.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of women in a home economics class. Two women on the left do dishes, while two women on the right prepare something in a mixing bowl.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of two women and a man in home economics class. The man is on the left, tending to a pot on the stove. A woman crouches in the middle to check something in the oven. The woman on the right stirs something in a bowl at a table.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of two women in a home economics class. A woman sits in a chair holding a black box, while a woman to her right holds a pair of shoes.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of students working on Christmas projects in a home economics class. Two students stand in front of a blackboard, demonstrating their creations.
[Home Economics]
Photograph of women in a home economics class. They work on reupholstering several pieces of furniture, including couches and chairs.
[Home Economics Group Photo with Ellen H. Richards]
Photograph of Ellen H. Richards with another Home Economics student. The woman on the left wears a striped dress while the woman on the right wears a darker, more modest dress.
[Home Economics Group Photograph]
Photograph of students in the North Texas Home Economics program. The students are assembled into three rows in a wallpapered room. Chairs can be seen at the bottom of the image.
[Home Economics Meat Grinding Class]
Photograph of students in an industrial kitchen, grinding meat. One woman uses a machine while other students watch. This photograph was used in a brochure advertising the North Texas program in Home Economics.
[Home Economics Meat Grinding Class]
Photograph of students in an industrial kitchen, grinding meat. One woman uses a machine while other students watch. This photograph was used in a brochure advertising the North Texas program in Home Economics.