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[Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography exhibit, panorama 1]

Description: Panoramic photograph of the UNT CoLab's gallery during Byrd Williams IV's photography exhibit titled, "Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography." Dozens of black and white portraits can be seen hanging on the walls of both the first and second floors of the gallery. An 1800s-era camera can be seen on the right side of the photograph.
Date: October 2021
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography exhibit, panorama 2]

Description: Panoramic photograph of the UNT CoLab's gallery during Byrd Williams IV's photography exhibit titled, "Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography." Dozens of black and white portraits can be seen hanging on a wall on the left side of the photograph. Additional portraits can be seen along walls on both the first and second floors of the gallery.
Date: October 2021
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography exhibit, panorama 3]

Description: Panoramic photograph of the UNT CoLab's gallery during Byrd Williams IV's photography exhibit titled, "Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography." A large black and white portrait of Byrd Williams, Jr. can be seen on a wall on the right side of the photograph. Text that reads, "Byrd Williams IV [--] Walking Dead[:] A Visual Ethnography [--] Oct 9 - Nov 13," has been printed on the wall to the right of the portrait. Dozens of black and white portraits are lining the walls on both the first and second floors of the gallery. An 1800s-era camera can be seen in the center of the photograph.
Date: October 2021
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography exhibit, panorama 4]

Description: Panoramic photograph of the UNT CoLab's gallery during Byrd Williams IV's photography exhibit titled, "Walking Dead: A Visual Ethnography." Dozens of black and white portraits can be seen hanging on a wall that spans most of the photograph. A large portrait of two men can be seen on a separate wall on the right side of the photograph.
Date: October 2021
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[INFO 5371 graduate course required reading printouts]

Description: Photograph of the creator's required reading printouts for the UNT graduate course, INFO 5371: Archives and Manuscripts. Fifteen stacks of white letter size paper with text are splayed on a wooden table. Some of the readings include the article titles, which are legible in the photograph.
Date: Summer 2021
Creator: Rodriguez, Jasmine
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Fiscal Notes: June/July 2021

Description: Newsletter issued by the Texas Office of the Comptroller discussing news, events, statistics, and other relevant information related to business and the economy. The June-July 2021 issue highlighted the thriving Texas dairy industry, which ranks fifth in U.S. production and dairy cow numbers, and technology that includes a bovine fitness collar.
Date: 2021-06/2021-07
Creator: Texas. Comptroller's Office.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Bat City face mask]

Description: Photograph of a Bat City Comic Professionals in Austin, Texas branded cloth face mask. The face mask is designed with the Bat City Comic Professionals logo and images of comic book covers and superheroes.
Date: Spring 2021
Creator: Brown, Nathan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 33, Number 1, Spring 2021

Description: Biannual publication "devoted to the rich history of Dallas and North Central Texas" as a way to "examine the many historical legacies--social, ethnic, cultural, political--which have shaped the modern city of Dallas and the region around it." The theme of this issue is "Law & Disorder in Dallas Revisted."
Date: Spring 2021
Creator: Dallas Historical Society
Partner: Dallas Historical Society

[University of North Texas 2021 Graduation Announcement digital flyer]

Description: Digital flyer created by the University of North Texas to congratulate graduates of the Spring 2021 semester. The right side of the flyer shows a cartoon image of the university's mascot, Scrappy, with its wing's crossed and wearing a green graduation cap and a light green face mask. The left side of the flyer contains the text, "Just because we're stuck in ISOLATION doesn't mean I forgot your GRADUATION! CONGRATS, GRAD! Now go out into the world and make me #UNTproud! With Mean Green Love, Scrappy." The text over Scrappy reads "Class of Quarantine 2021."
Date: Spring 2021
Creator: Zucaro, Dawn
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[University of North Texas Spring 2021 virtual recognition ceremony screenshot of Master's graduate Tina Sook Youn Cho's name]

Description: Photograph of a screenshot from the University of North Texas' Spring 2021 virtual recognition ceremony showing the text, "Tina Sook Youn Cho" in large letters and the text, "M.S. Information Science, Spring Commencement 2021" under it.
Date: Spring 2021
Creator: Zucaro, Dawn
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

2022–2023 Governor’s Budget

Description: The report is an report of the Governor's Office on budget fiscal years 2022-2023. The contents of the report include the COVID 19 economic impact on Texas economy, federal funding for COVID 19 response, healthier, safer, freer Texas and also more prosperous plan for Texas.
Date: February 2021
Creator: Texas. Governor's Office
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Student and UNT Soaring Higher statue during winter storm]

Description: Photograph of UNT student standing in front of the "Soaring Higher" statue that is situated next to UNT's Hurley Administration building. The student is wearing a black coat, grey sweatpants, white gloves, a "Mean Green" beanie, and UNT face mask. The student is leaning back on the base of the statue with their arms extended out. Campus trees, a small field covered in snow, and another pedestrian walking around in the background are also visible in the photograph.
Date: February 2021
Creator: Crutsinger, Caether
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Student standing under Book Arch in Library Mall during snow storm]

Description: Photograph of a student standing and posing for a picture under the Book Arch sculpture. The student is wearing a black coat, grey sweatpants, sneakers, and a "Mean Green" beanie. The Library Mall, Jody's Fountain, Willis Library, and Hurley Administration Building are visible in the background.
Date: February 2021
Creator: Crutsinger, Caether
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) E-health Advisory Committee

Description: The e-Health Advisory Committee (eHAC) was established under Texas Government Code, Section 531.012 to advise the Executive Commissioner and Health and Human Services system agencies on strategic planning, policy, rules, and services related to the use of health information technology (HIT), health information exchange systems (HIE), telemedicine, telehealth, and home telemonitoring services. This report describes recommendations on the three tasks listed above as well as other information as required under the Texas Administrative Code.
Date: February 2021
Creator: Texas. e-Health Advisory Committee
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

2020 Annual Report: Managing Nonpoint Source Pollution in Texas

Description: The report is a joint report between Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board in 2020 Funded by Environmental Protection Agency. The report describes Progress in improving water quality, progress toward meeting and goals and objectives of the NPS management program and progress in developing and implementing watershed protection plans.
Date: January 2021
Creator: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Broadband In Texas A Briefing Prepared For The Governor's Broadband Development Council

Description: This Report is being provided by office of governor to describe broadband connectivity in rural areas of Texas has left many residents at a disadvantage compared to other areas of the state, leaving rural Texans at risk of being left behind. The report mainly discuss about Texas broadband Landscape, federal initiative program and benchmarking in other states.
Date: 2021
Creator: Texas. Office of the Texas Governor
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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