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[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Augustus Whitted, May 5, 1994]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, project coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Augustus Whitted, Director of Elementary Education, in regards to Burton Hill Elementary School submitting a proposal for an Extended Fine Arts Program. The North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts supports and endorses the proposal, giving thoughtful consideration for its funding. Reynolds explains in the letter that NTIEVA is a program devoted to research and development of discipline-based art education (DBAE), and that Fort Worth ISD and Burton Hill has been a model for the development of the strategies implemented from the program. NTIEVA will continue to support the educational initiative taking place at Burton Hill.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Beverly Fletcher, August 12, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, project coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Beverly Fletcher, Art Office of Fort Worth ISD. The letter is an enclosed summary of the evaluations from Fletcher's secondary institute. Reynolds writes that NTIEVA is excited about the positive results and are happy that they reflect the success of the Institute. Reynolds continues, wanting to let Fletcher know that the Ghost Ranch Spring Retreat idea has become reality, and that she'll send details in the upcoming newsletter. The retreat is for twenty adults for the nights of March 14 - 18 at Ghost Ranch Conference Center north of Aliquiu, New Mexico. Reynolds mentions that participants can go on to mini-seminars and excursions or just enjoy free time and relax. Attached to the letter is Fletcher's evaluation summary.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Beverly Fletcher, July 17, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, project coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Beverly Fletcher, Art Supervisor of Fort Worth ISD. In regards a meeting Bill McCarter and Reynolds had where they evaluated Fletcher and her secondary teachers in promoting and the implementation of discipline-based art education, DBAE. The rest of the letter goes into details about materials and supplies Fletcher needs to obtain for her teachers, along with handbook materials Reynolds has provided for Fletcher.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Gail Davitt, March 11, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordiantor of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Gail Davitt, Dallas Museum of Art. To discuss the teacher packet for the "Africa Explores" exhibit that Davitt has sent to Reynolds. As well as discuss the upcoming summer institute and other activities that Davitt will find informative. Enclosed in the letter is a schedule for the DMA summer institute that shows when the districts will be visiting the museum. The rest of the letter goes into details about how large the parties from each district will be and details about what the events should cover.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Joe Cordova, November 4, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Joe Cordova, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth, Inc. In regards to NTIEVA working with the club for three sessions of their seminar and how the clubs staff participated with desire to work towards implementation of more comprehensive art programs. Enclosed in the letter to Cordova are recommendations for the Arts & Crafts Program for the organization.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to John Biggers, March 31, 1993]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to John Biggers. In regards to Biggers being unable to speak at the opening session during NTIEVA's summer institute. Reynolds writes the institute has been showing Biggers' "Hampton video" to their teachers and including his work from the Dallas Museum of Art into their study print collection. Reynolds writes that Jack Davis, Bill McCarter and herself have worked with Ollie Theisen to present a teacher workshop in conjunction with Bigger's exhibit in Mount Pleasant and she is working with others to produce an education video for the students and are requesting Biggers permission to use some of his images in the video. Enclosed in the letter to Biggers, Reynolds has included some material that provides more information about their project and the Institute.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Leilani Lattin Duke, September 1, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, project coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Leilani Lattin Duke, director of the Getty Center. Reynolds has enclosed items that they thought would be of interest to the Center, The Mind's Eye, an annual publication of the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD, which includes writing and artwork from levels of the schools. Also sent to the Center is a letter Bill McCarter and Jack Davis has received from Senator Robert Smith, of Mississippi, a request for support for music and art curriculum in the state of Mississippi.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Linda Eshom, August 9, 1993]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Linda Eshom, Art Consultant for Corpus Christi ISD. In regards to Eshom's assistance during the four day seminar. Reynolds writes that they have reserved the days of June 28 - July 1 and July 5 - 8, 1994 for Corpus Christi to discuss future seminars and the ways to best serve the teachers. Reynolds continues that Dr. William Otten is interested in bringing NTIEVA to speak at the Art Museum of South Texas, and that possibly Eshom can reach out to him to coordinate efforts. Enclosed with the letter are information Reynolds believes will be useful for Eshom. The attachments are, Fees for the Institute Presentations, Human Commonalities list, copy of NTIEVA's consortium members, and their list of goals.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Meg Wilson, March 11, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Meg Wilson, Dallas Museum of Art. In discussion of an upcoming class trip from Plano students to the DMA for a video session. Reynolds writes that the expected trip will take place on March 31, at 10:00 am with a second grade class from Christie Elementary in Plano. The children will first view a video in the school taught by the classroom teacher and art specialist before the museum experience. The two video sessions will be part of a joint Texas/Nebraska teleworkshop that will be broadcast to 19 states on October 7 and 21.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Michael Kendall, January 28, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds to Michael Kendall about video tapes concerning the Nebraska/North Texas Institute joint workshop. Also referenced is an upcoming meeting of the groups.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Nancy Ruff, May 7, 1993]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, project coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Nancy Ruff, Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD. In regards to a letter that Bill McCarter and Jack Davis wrote to Russ Chapman, Principal of Lakewood Elementary School, to congratulate Chapman on being selected by the Getty Institute to attend a National Administrators Focus Group Conference. Reynolds informs Ruff that Chapman will give presentations on two different days about the importance of arts in education, June 8th and June 14th.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Pat Smith Hopper, July 14, 1994]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Pat Smith Hopper. Discussing Hopper's efforts in discipline-based art education and cultural diversity having gone over Hopper's thematic unit on "Art and Literature on Native American Sioux Culture." Reynolds invites Hopper to attend a NTIEVA seminar being held in Houston believing Hopper will find the information interesting and will consider joining their program.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Stevie Mack, September 4, 1992]
A letter from Nancy Reynolds, project coordinator for the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Stevie Mack, Improving Visual Arts Education, IVAE. The letter is in regards to prior correspondence between Mack and Jack Davis, where Mack has requested an article and photographs for the IVAE project information bulletin. Reynolds continues in her letter about the articles and materials she's enclosing to send to Mack. Present with Reynolds letter to Mack, is the letter from Mack to Jack Davis with the request for the article and photographers by September 15th. Other correspondence between North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, Improving Visual Arts Education and the Getty Center for Education in the Arts are present.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to the Denton and Pilot Point Art Specialists, February 19, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, project coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Denton and Pilot Point Art Specialists, in regards to NTIEVA's Education Exhibit. Reynolds hopes that everyone will attend the Multicultural Seminar at the Dallas Museum of Art, February 29th. Should they attend they need to bring their school's work for the NTIEVA Exhibit so that Reynolds can collectively put the pieces of artwork together. Reynolds ends the letter by writing that Brent Wilson, the Getty's Evaluator for NTIEVA might have an interest in visiting Denton and Pilot Point schools in May and that Reynolds will provide further details.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Vicki Rosenberg, February 2, 1994]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Vicki Rosenberg, Program Officer for the Getty Center. In regards to the expenditures for NTIEVA's cost for their participation in the RIGs exhibition at NAEA conference in Baltimore. Reynolds says that they do not expect all costs to be covered by the Getty Center but are informing them of their estimated costs.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to Vicki Rosenberg, November 10, 1992]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, NTIEVA, to Vicki Rosenberg, program officer for the Getty Center, in regards to Rosenberg's interest in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Fort Worth. Reynolds states the the Club initially wanted NTIEVA to develop an art program for the six branches of Fort Worth, however, the person in charge of the program has no real power to implement the art program and their program director is opposed to the idea in general. Reynolds writes that the participants of the seminars feel that an art program is important and they want to implement programs into their branches, but unsure if progress will be made.
[Letter from Nancy Reynolds to William Otton, September 13, 1993]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Dr. William Otton, Art Museum of South Texas. In regards to the seminar NTIEVA presented at the museum in August and how they will be meeting with Linda Eshom and Ola Underhill to discuss continuous collaboration. Reynolds writes that they have reserved the days of June 28 - July 1 and July 5 - 8, 1994 for Corpus Christi to discuss future seminars and the ways to best serve the teachers. Enclosed with the letter is an attached NTIEVA newsletter, which includes an article about the Corpus seminars.
[Letter from Nancy Walkup Reynolds to Dorothy Gayle Andrews, November 28, 1995]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Walkup Reynolds, Project Coordinator for North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Dorothy Gayle Andrews. In reference to a letter Dorothy had sent to Kathy Talley-Jones of the Getty Center, about some concerns Andrews had after attending a Texas Arts Education Association conference. In particular, some concerns about what Dr. Fox has said during the conference which Reynolds finds disturbing, as many other faculty had not reported it from that perspective. The rest of the letter goes into details about North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, and the good they have been doing for Texas institutes and higher arts education.
[Letter from Nancy Walkup Reynolds to Sandy Shephard, May 19, 1994]
Photocopy of a letter from Nancy Walkup Reynolds, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Sandy Shephard, Tyler Museum of Art. Reynolds writes that NTIEVA is delighted that they will be working with Shephard again this summer, and that they're sending a team composed of Pam Stephens and Kay Wilson to work with Shephard. Enclosed in the letter are details about compensation and seminar fees for the team of two.
[Letter from Nancy Ware to the Texas Ethics Commission concerning paperwork for treasurer of the Lesbian Gay Political Action Committee]
Letter to the Texas Ethics Commission from Nancy Ware declaring herself as the current treasurer of the Lesbian / Gay Political Action Committee.
[Letter from Neal Moore to C. B. Moore, October 11, 1898]
He was glad to receive a letter from Charles while he was in Colorado. Neal will try to explain what has happened since the last time he wrote. He writes about certain expenses that have thrown him and swear to never have it again. He has gotten some work in San Antonio and is staying with Will Firgh. He has come to the realization that he is not a city person and will eventually become a farmer. He asks Moore to keep an eye out for good land for him. He asks about a job as a farm hand, and mentions that his parents say there is no work in Dallas. He mentions that Minnie was in Boulder for a teachers' convention. He says his parents are doing well, but he and his brother are not. He thinks that his letter did not reach Charles or he did not receive Charles' answer. He says that since he is in the country he has no spare time and has made repairs to the house. He needs to do some planting and hopes to get some work in San Antonio to make more repairs. He would like to hear about Charles.
[Letter from Neal Moore to Henry Moore, November 11, 1885]
Letter from Neal Moore to his cousin Henry Moore. Neal writes about the start Henry discovered on the 30th of August. He says that it is a shame that it seems to be "going out." He also says that he read in the paper that a Dr. Hartwick announced he discovered the new star on August 31.
[Letter From Neal Smatresk to Amanda Crocker, June 5, 2015]
Letter from Neal Smatresk, the University of North Texas President, to Amanda Crocker, the Denton Record Chronicle's Marketing Director, thanking her for the support of the UNT 125th Anniversary edition of the Denton Record Chronicle.
[Letter From Neal Smatresk to External Representatives, January 23, 2015]
Letter from UNT President, Neal Smatresk, to various external representatives inviting them to participate in the 125th Anniversary events and celebrations. The letter invites the addressee to join the 125th Anniversary Steering Committee to aid in the development of plans and programs related to the anniversary.
[Letter From Neal Smatresk to Internal UNT Representatives, January 23, 2015]
Letter from the University of North Texas President, Neal Smatresk, to internal UNT representatives inviting them to join the 125th Anniversary Steering Committee to aid in the development and planning of celebration events.
[Letter from Neal Smatresk to Melissa Epping, October 8, 2015]
Letter from Neal Smatresk, the University of North Texas President, to Melissa Epping, Marketing Communications Manager for the Peterbilt Motors Company, congratulating her on the purchase of advertisement space in the anniversary edition of the Denton Record Chronicle. Smatresk additionally thanks MS. Epping for her involvement and support of UNT's 125th Anniversary.
[Letter from New York Civil Liberties Union to Honorable Mario M. Cuomo]
A fax from New York Civil Liberties Union stating their stance against Honorable Mario M. Cuomo's regulating prohibition of sexual activity in any establishment with facilities with "high risk sexual activity."
[Letter from New York State Military Agency, October 22, 1867]
Letter from J. E. Lee of the New York State Military Agency to Hamilton K. Redway, stating that his discharge and vouchers are being returned because his claim his being rejected by the Paymaster General because served as a veteran volunteer.
[Letter from Newt to Claude D. White and Family, February 9, 1916]
Letter to Claude D. White and family from Newt regarding a change in recent fashion and a business deal Claude made. Newt writes that he does not see the benefit of the shorter skirts being worn by women and he goes into detail on the amount of rent Claude is obtaining from his farm and what he is paying in interest.
[Letter from Nicole Rambo to Al Daniels concerning a community college documentary]
Letter to Al Daniels from Nicole Rubio asking him to be a part of a telecourse about Texas politics.
[Letter from Niki Nichols to the Texas Human Rights Foundation about possible employment]
Letter from Niki Nichols to the Texas Human Rights Foundation about possible employment. Resume attached.
[Letter from Nora Panzer to Jack Davis, August 15, 1994]
Photocopy of a letter from Nora Panzer, Chief of Educational Programs, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, to Jack Davis, co-director of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts. The letter is in regards to prior correspondence, Panzer is sending the institutions recently produced educational materials and application.
[Letter from O. A. Carr, December 19, 1892 ]
Copy of a letter from o. A. Carr in which he gives his views on religion, literature, and Horace Greeley.
[Letter from O. C. Harris to Claude D. White, April 3, 1916]
Letter to Claude D. Moore from O. C. Harris regarding a deal they had been considering. Harris accepts the terms to purchase some of Claude's land and mentions some ideas he has for it.
[Letter from O. C. Harris to Claude D. White, August 20, 1910]
Letter from O. C. Harris to Claude White to give him an update on Johnson, the cotton, and to ask if he still plans to come down in the summer. He is interested in a land deal. He would like to buy the land for the coming year.
[Letter from O. C. Harris to Claude D. White, December 18, 1916]
Letter to Claude D. White from O. C. Harris regarding a payment for land that Harris is renting from Claude. He mentions a Mr. Wilson who is looking to get more land notes in case Claude is interested in a business deal with him.
[Letter from O. C. Harris to Claude D. White, March 28,1916]
Letter to Claude D. White from O. C. Harris responding to Claude's offer to sell Harris some land. Harris writes about the land and cost of things before telling Claude he needs time to consider the offer more.
[Letter from O. G. Bacon to Hamilton K. Redway, June 8, 1864]
Letter from O.G. Bacon to Hamilton K. Redway which discusses the the current happenings in Bacon's life and in the county he lives in. He tell Redway of a job offer he has taken and of the bountiful wheat and fruit crops. Bacon furthers that the two should continue to correspond to one another. In the letter's closing, he and his wife send their love to Redway's wife and family. Bacon wrote this letter to Redway while he was living in Rheatown, Tennessee.
[Letter from Office of the Justice of the Peace to Claude D. White, August 15, 1910]
Letter to Claude White thanking him for his letter of condolence concerning the results of an election in 1910. The writer give information on the race and past elections. This appears to be the first page of the letter. However, the following page(s) are missing.
[Letter from Opal Drury to Mary Ann Moore and Linnet White, April 3, 1911]
This is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Opal Drury to Linnet White and Mary Ann Moore. In the letter, Opal discusses that the family does not have any time to write due to the baby, notes that Clifford Chandler and the Harris children have the measles, and and mentions that they have a new carriage. Opal informs Moore and White of the successful crops in Greenville, and states that her mom has a successful endeavor raising chickens, hens, and partridges. She states that the baby is beginning to crawl and has one tooth. She also notes that she has "fell off so much," about 15 pounds or so and that they would no recognize her at all. She closes the letter by expressing her wish to see them this summer and hopes that they write soon. A name card for Dr. Benjamin Thomas White is included in the letter as well as an envelope addressed to Mr. Claude D. White.
[Letter from Opal E. Drury to Mrs. Moore and Linnet, February 14, 1910]
Letter from Ohal E. Drury to Mrs. Moore and Linnet. He mentions he has just gotten out of school and mentions who his teachers are. They gave one of the dolls they sent to the baby. He answers their question about pecans. He talks about the pony his father was working with. He talks about what he did for Christmas and decides to end the letter.
[Letter from Pam Stephens and Kay Wilson to Linda Powell, November 15, 1993]
Photocopy of a letter from Pam Stephens and Kay Wilson, North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Linda Powell, Modern Art Museum. To thank Powell for her cooperation in dealing with the inservice and that they are grateful for her hospitality, many of the teachers said the inservice was beneficial and intend to use the museum as a resource in the future.
[Letter from Pam Stephens to Cyndi Riddle, February 21, 1997]
Photocopy of a letter from Pam Stephens, graduate research assistant, North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Cyndi Riddle, Art Specialist at North Hi Mount Elementary. The letter is in regards to the idea of teacher-presenters at Texas Art Education Association meetings, believing it is an excellent suggestion. Stephens has already contacted Linda Alford from Plano and Jan Schronk from Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD, about commitments to their teachers and helping to host. Included in the letter are suggestions about helping cater to presenter needs.
[Letter from Pam Stephens to Dr. McCarter, May 10, 1990]
Photocopy of a letter from Pam Stephens to Dr. R. William McCarter confirming McCarter's agreement to serve on Stephens' thesis committee. A note is included at the top that says "file".
[Letter from Pam Stephens to Jan Schronk, February 21, 1997]
Photocopy of a letter from Pam Stephens, Project Coordinator of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Jan Schronk, Coordinator of Fine Arts for Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD. Reminding Schronk that the Teaching Art Education Association conference will be held in Fort Worth in November. Nancy Walkup Reynolds, Beverly Fletcher and Stephens are putting the conference together and contacting NTIEVA consortium districts to ask that art specialists attend and consider making presentations and serving as hosts at the event. To attend the conference as a participant, the teacher must be a member of TAEA, enclosed in the letter are membership forms. Stephens would like this event to be hospitable to visiting educators and would like to visit Schronk's next art meeting to beg her case before the teachers.
[Letter from Pam Stephens to Russ Chapman, April 21, 1993]
Photocopy of a letter from Pam Stephens to Russ Chapman, Principal Lakewood Elementary School, in regards to attached content of models that details how an elementary school goes about implementing discipline-based art education. A second model has been modified for Lakewood.
[Letter from Pam Stephens to Val Marmillion, February 17, 1994]
Photocopy of a letter from Pam Stephens, graduate research assistant of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Val Marmillion. In regards to NTIEVA reviewing a tape sent in by Marmillion and their concerns with some of the material that needs to be revised or omitted from its final production before being submitted and viewed by administrators who will find some of it problematic.
[Letter from Pamela K. Geiger-Stephens to Leilani Lattin Duke, March 3, 1993]
Photocopy of a letter from Pamela K. Geiger-Stephens, graduate research assistant of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Leilani Lattin Duke, Director of the Getty Center. Stephens thanks Duke for inviting her to exhibit the North Texas Institute's art education program at the San Francisco conference as Stephens had met with other researchers with similar interests and had exchanged valuable information with others. Stephens requests that the Getty Institute sponsor a retreat for regional staff members which would help others network and research from others and develop areas for collaboration and ideas.
[Letter from Pansy Jernigan to Linnet Moore, March 12, 1898]
Letter from Pansy Jernigan to Linnet Moore in which Pansy writes about her recent purchase of a lamp. She also writes about ceasing to go to school.
[Letter from Pat Smith Hopper to Leilani Lattin Duke, May 25, 1994]
Photocopy of a letter from Pat Smith Hopper, to Leilani Lattin Duke, Director of the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. Hopper has sent Duke, a thematic unit titled, "Team-teaching Art and Literature focusing on Native American Sioux Culture," collaboration with Dr. Barbara Erwin. Hopper writes that in the summer they began to explore the idea of integrating literature and art through culture studies and are seeking out to the Getty Center for any projects which Hopper and Erwin can participate in. Cc'd is Dr. Barbara Erwin.