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The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1944
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
The Ex-Claimer, Volume 2, Number 3, June 15, 1944
Weekly newsletter issued in Arlington, Texas, including announcements about marriages, births, and news about World War II.
[The Dormocrat, Vol. 3, No. 13, April 22, 1942]
Weekly newspaper issued by the men of Davis Hall at the North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas. It includes articles written by residents, announcements, gossip, and birthdays.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1942
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1941
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1945
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1943
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
[Arlington Scrap Metal Drive]
Copy negative of workers unloading scrap metal collected for an Arlington Scrap Metal Drive to support the war effort. A car is parked on the side of the street in background, and a building is visible across from the car.
[Ex-Students at Fourth of July Celebration]
Copy negative of John A. Dodd, Jeanie Gracey, and E. J. Southall, former students of the North Texas Agricultural College, holding plates of food at a Fourth of July celebration. People behind them look at the camera.
[ROTC Cadets Being Gassed]
Copy negative of ROTC cadets at North Texas Agricultural College being gassed, while an officers watches to the right. They wear gas masks and carry rifles. An officer watches on to the right.
[NTAC Cadets Marching]
Copy negative of a detachment of North Texas Agricultural College cadets marching past the reviewing stand. The first row salutes to their right.
[ROTC Cadets Being Gassed]
Copy negative of ROTC cadets at North Texas Agricultural College being gassed. They are wearing gas masks, and carry rifles.
[Sitting at a Table]
Copy negative of Lee Smith, Mrs. Russell Carrico, and Lloyd Clark sitting at a wooden table. Smith and Carrico look at Clark, who holds papers in his hands. Mrs. Carrico has a pen in her hand and a piece of paper in front of her.
[Lewis Durham in Electrical Shop]
Copy negative of Lewis Durham kneeling in an electrical shop. He holds an unidentified object in his hands.
[Barney Bevers Carrying Uniform]
Copy negative of Barney Bevers carrying a uniform up a flight of stairs. Behind him, a man stands in a doorway to the left.
[E. W. Rice and J. L. Ridner]
Copy negative of E. W. Rice and J. L. Ridner working on a machine. Ridner is in his ROTC uniform.
[V-12 Students at NTAC]
Copy negative of students Yeoman 2nd Class Eudell May, H. C. Nolte, Jr., and Yeoman 2nd Class S. L. Malone. May and Nolte stand and look at Malone, who sits at a desk with a pen in his hand.
[Rifle Inspection]
Copy negative of Col. C. L. Mitchell inspecting the rifle of Pvt. Bobbie Fisher, who stands in line with other cadets at the North Texas Agricultural College.
[Sam Houston Rifles]
Copy negative of the Sam Houston Rifles in formation. They are a drill team from North Texas Agricultural College.
[Students in Practice]
Copy negative of North Texas Agricultural College students in hand-to-hand combat practice. Two students spar while the rest sit on the ground with their rifles in the background and watch. There are trees and a building behind them.
[Lewis Durham in Electrical Shop]
Copy negative of Lewis Durham kneeling in an electrical shop. He holds an unidentified object in his hands.
[Students in Bayonet Practice]
Copy negative of North Texas Agricultural College students in bayonet practice. The two nearest the camera are twins Bob and Bill Barnes from Rockwall. There are cars parked on the street in the background.
[Sam Houston Drill Team]
Copy negative of the Sam Houston Rifles, a crack drill team from North Texas Agricultural College.
[NTAC Officers]
Copy negative of Lt. Paul Watkins, Navy V-12 Officer; Major G. E. Watkins, Commandant; and Captain S. A. Kerley, Corps Executive, standing together. Buildings and trees are visible in the background.
[Drill Team]
Copy negative of the Sam Houston Rifles, a crack drill team from North Texas Agricultural College.
[Arlington Scrap Metal Drive]
Copy negative of Mayor W. F. Altman, H. E. Caton, Alfred Brown, and D. S. Hood standing in front of a pile of scrap metal across the street from a Safeway. A car is parked on the side of the street behind Hood. The metal was collected during a scrap metal drive for the war effort.
[Three Men Around a Table]
Copy negative of Lt. Comm. M. V. Lewis, Dean E. E. Davis of North Texas Agricultural College, and Lt. Robert S. Via sitting around a table. Several papers are spread in front of them, and Lewis and Via hold on to a booklet while Lewis looks on.
[NTAC Banquet]
Copy negative of people sitting at a table at a North Texas Agricultural College banquet. From left to right, they are D. A. Bickel, John Goin, Jonnie Arnold, Ottie Lyon, Dan Kiber, W. A. Ransom, and J. E. Hudspeth.
[Army Day Parade]
Copy negative of a jet-propelled P-80 Shooting Star mounted on a truck. People line the street to watch the parade. Trucks, cars, and cadets can be seen farther down the street.
[Workers Unloading Scrap Metal]
Copy negative of workers unloading scrap metal collected for an Arlington Scrap Metal Drive to support the war effort. Stores and a garage are visible across the street.
[In the Plane Repair Shop]
Copy negative of F. H. Wilson and Weldon Dooley in the plane repair shop working on the nose of a plane.
[Company A of the NTAC Cadets]
Copy negative of Company A of the North Texas Agricultural College Cadet Corps. They walk in unison, with their eyes to the right. The men in the first line carry no weapons, but all behind them carry rifles.
[E. W. Rice and J. L. Ridner]
Copy negative of E. W. Rice and J. L. Ridner working on a machine. Ridner is in his ROTC uniform.
[Members of the 90th Division]
Copy negative of Albert C. Martin, C. C. Mason, Major Joseph C. Anderson, Mayor W. F. Altman, Major General Henry Terrell, V. R. Gaston, O. R. McMurray and Lt. Eugene Shortt standing in a semi-circle.
[ROTC Cadets Doing Squats]
Copy negative of North Texas Agricultural College ROTC cadets doing squats. Cars are parked in the distance, near a building.
[Fourth of July Celebration]
Copy negative of Dean E. E. Davis, Brigadier General Ralph Stearley, and Howard Bennett at a Fourth of July celebration.
[In the Plane Repair Shop]
Copy negative of F. H. Wilson and Weldon Dooley in the plane repair shop working on the nose of a plane.
[Students Arriving to Register]
Copy negative of students Jack Murray and Dunkin R. Davidson arriving at Texas Christian University to register. They both carry bags with them. A man sits in a chair to the left and behind Murray, and feet can be seen behind Davidson.
[Students Training]
Copy negative of North Texas Agricultural College ROTC cadets training. Several on the ground hold rifles, and three appear to have fallen out of trees.
[Portrait of Delmar Pachl]
Photograph of Delmar Pachl, an art teacher at North Texas Agricultural College until he enlisted in the U. S. Army. He is visible from the chest up and is wearing a suit and tie. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says "Delmar Max Pachl, NTAC art teacher, Pachl Hall named for him, killed in action at Leyte 1944."
[Students in Bayonet Practice]
Copy negative of North Texas Agricultural College students in bayonet practice. The two nearest the camera are twins Bob and Bill Barnes from Rockwall. There are cars parked on the street in the background.
[ROTC Cadets Exercising]
Copy negative of North Texas Agricultural College ROTC cadets exercising. Buildings and trees are visible in the background.
[Fourth of July Celebration]
Copy negative of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Waddell eating barbeque at a Fourth of July celebration. Mrs. Waddell holds a fork full of food in front of her husband's mouth. There are several plates of food sitting on a wooden plank in front of them.
[Students in Practice]
Copy negative of North Texas Agricultural College students in hand-to-hand combat practice. Two students spar while the rest sit on the ground in the background and watch. There are trees and a building behind them.
[Members of the 90th Division]
Copy negative of Albert C. Martin, C. C. Mason, Major Joseph C. Anderson, Mayor W. F. Altman, Major General Henry Terrell, V. R. Gaston, O. R. McMurray, and Lt. Eugene Shortt standing together in a semi-circle.
[Aerial View of NTAC]
Photograph of an aerial view of the North Texas Agricultural College campus in the early 1950's.
[NTAC Officers]
Copy negative of Lt. Paul Watkins, Navy V-12 Officer; Major G. E. Watkins, Commandant; and Captain S. A. Kerley, Corps Executive, standing together. Buildings and trees are visible in the background.
[Four Men on a Trail]
Copy negative of four men standing on a trail in a wooded area. The man on the right, pointing, is Lt. Col. Max G. Oliver, a professor of military science and tactics at North Texas Agricultural College. The two men in the middle wear army uniforms, and the boy on the left is a cadet.
Flood Insurance Rate Map: Dallas County, Texas (Unincorporated Areas), Map Index.
Map issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for use in administering the National Flood Insurance Program, printed in panels to show precise areas. This map is an index to the panels for Dallas County, Texas (Unincorporated Areas), including cities and marked sections with community panel numbers for detailed maps.
Flood Insurance Rate Map: Dallas County, Texas (Unincorporated Areas), Panel 5 of 360.
Map issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for use in administering the National Flood Insurance Program, printed in panels to show precise areas. This map contains a portion of Dallas County, Texas unincorporated areas, including elevations, markings to show areas most prone to flooding, and explanatory notes. Scale 1:12,000.