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The largest undergraduate institution in Texas, DCCD contains seven different campuses spread across North Texas: Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, Mountain View, North Lake, Richland, and the flagship campus El Centro College, established in downtown Dallas in 1966.Joined: May 2009.
The Dallas Firefighters Museum has documented the history of the firefighting profession in Dallas since 1972. The fire department itself was established by the city in the 1870s. The Museum preserves firefighting history through restoration and display of vintage tools, apparatus, and memorabilia.Joined: November 2011.
The Society has preserved genealogical information about families in Dallas and the surrounding area since 1954. They hold monthly meetings, sponsored lecture series, and summer institutes to foster education and interest in genealogy and to support collect and preserve information relating to Dallas County and its early history.Joined: September 2011.
Nestled in the intersection of IH-35 and IH-30, the Village contains original buildings, artifacts, and other historical items that are open to the public for a small charge. Run by the Dallas County Historical Society, they provide a glimpse into 19th century Texas life. Funding was provided by a Rescuing Texas History grant.Joined: May 2009.
This nonprofit organization strives to preserve and exhibit the unique heritage of Dallas. Since its founding in 1922, it has accumulated a collection of nearly 3 million items relating to the city's history and Texas' growth. They also provide access to collections, exhibitions, tours, and more.Joined: May 2009.
Since 1985, the Archives have kept more than 2,000 cubic feet of materials open to the public by appointment. These materials include departmental documents, manuscripts, maps, photographs, and much more; they document historical events like the Kennedy assassination and Clyde Barrow gang's activities.Joined: October 2009.
Renowned as one of the foremost art institutions in the nation, the Dallas Museum of Art has facilitated access to art since 1903. In addition to exhibits, the Museum offers educational programs to the community including lectures, concerts, literary readings, dramatic and dance presentations.Joined: October 2011.
Initiated by the Dallas Federation of Women's Clubs, the Library grew out of, among others, a grant from steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie. It became a War Information Center during WWII, and the decades after its expansion led to the creation of new branches in other parts of the city.Joined: May 2009.
Located in the western Texas Panhandle, the Library serves Hereford and the surrounding area. From its start as a small room in the Hereford Bank in 1910 to its current role as a technological and education center, the Library has continued to uphold its mission to provide access and promote learning in the community.Joined: May 2009.
The Delta County Public Library was founded in 1981 by a group of citizens working to make the dream of a county library a reality. After 11 years in its original facility, the library moved to a new building in 1993 and remains an important part of community infrastructure.Joined: February 2018.
A gift from Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Connor of Refugio established the Library in 1961, and today it still bears Mr. O'Connor's name. The Library memorializes the Irish colonists who settled the county in the 19th century. Today, it serves as an important genealogical and educational resource for this South Texas community.Joined: March 2015.
Denton Independent School District has a long history of educating students in Denton. The first public school in the city began in 1884 with 425 students. Since then, the district has seen many changes in organization and periods of rapid growth.Joined: January 2013.
The Denton Public Library partnered with UNT Libraries on a grant From Plowshares to Diplomas: Digitizing Early Denton History, which was completed in 2007. Materials include local history photographs, maps, city directories, and some books. Funding for this project was provided by the Forrest C. Lattner Foundation.Joined: May 2009.
The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History is an Austin-based organization that collects, preserves, and provides access to materials relevant to Texas and U.S. history. It operates within the public services and research components of the University of Texas at Austin.Joined: October 2009.
The first library in the South Texas city of Mercedes was informally established in 1911, with a free public library opening in 1940 as a result of work from local civic groups. In 2010, the library was named for Dr. Hector P. Garcia, a prominent resident who is best known for founding the American GI Forum in 1948.Joined: March 2015.
Built in 1854, the Homestead was home to one of the founding families of Dripping Springs near Austin. Occupied by the Pound family until 1983, it was the first school house, church, and medical office. The reconstructed home and its decorative artifacts represent life in Central Texas around the year 1910.Joined: September 2016.
Located about 70 miles southwest of Fort Worth, the Dublin Public Library provides free services to all residents of Erath County and the surrounding communities. It has been a free public library since its commencement in 1952. The Tocker Foundation provided funding to help with digitization efforts.Joined: November 2014.