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The Daedalian, Yearbook of the College of Industrial Arts, 1914

Description: Yearbook for the College of Industrial Arts in Denton, Texas, (now Texas Woman's University) includes photos of and information about the college, student body, faculty and organizations. The Daedalian represents the school's unique history and standing as a single-sex college established by the state of Texas for the education of women.
Date: 1914
Creator: College of Industrial Arts (Denton, Tex.)
Partner: Texas Woman's University

[Postcard of Ruins of the College at Soissons]

Description: Postcard of a photograph of the front of a tall, stone, four-story building with windows along each floor with a large hole in the top floor. The rest of the building has significant damage, including missing windowpanes, smoke and water damage, and crumbling features. Two people are walking out of the open door of the entrance on the first floor. Printed text at the bottom of the postcard identifies the building as the college in Soissons, Aisne, France.
Date: [1914..]
Partner: Howard Payne University Library

[Postcard of South View of Salado College]

Description: Photograph of a two-story building with a small tower at the front and a fence surrounding the building. The top of the tower has a pointed roof with a spire. There is a grassy field in the foreground and several trees surrounding the fence. Text at the bottom of the postcard identifies the photo as a southern view of Salado College in Salado, Texas, and that the postcard was published for two people named Guthrie and Halsey. On the back of the postcard are postcard markings and handwritten notes to someone in Dallas, Texas.
Date: 1914
Partner: Salado Public Library

Howard Payne Monthly, Volume 13, October 1914 - May 1915

Description: The monthly literary magazine of Howard Payne College includes essays, original short stories, editorials, local news items, current events pieces, church news, literary society notes, and advertisements. This is a bound volume, containing issues from Volume 13, no. 1 (October 1914) through Volume 13, no. 8 (May 1915).
Date: 1914-10/1915-05
Creator: Howard Payne College (Brownwood, Tex.)
Partner: Howard Payne University Library

[North Texas State Normal College, World War I campus]

Description: Photograph of the campus of North Texas State Normal College during World War I. The photograph was taken along an unpaved street beside the campus. The college's power plant, with smokestack, is visible in the right foreground of the photograph. In the right background, behind the power plant, is the college's original library building (later known as the Historical Building, and then Curry Hall). In the left background is the Main Building, the site of which was later occupied by the Auditorium Building. At the bottom of the photograph, a typed caption reads, "World War Campus, North Texas State Teachers College". In the right lower corner of the photograph, the number "62" is written in bold ink. Beneath the typed caption a handwritten note reads, "3 col. 60 screen zinc halftone". In the lower left corner on the back of the photograph, a handwritten note reads, "16b, 31b Power plant".
Date: [1914-07..1918-11]
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Students passing between classes at North Texas State Normal College]

Description: Photograph, facing northeast, of male and female students passing between classes at North Texas State Normal College in 1914. The men are wearing suits and ties; the women are wearing full-length dresses and skirts with coats. The students are walking on paved pathways on the campus. Part of the Main Building is in the left of the photograph; part of a gazebo sheltering a water fountain and the Science Building are visible on the right. Bare trees are visible in the background between the Main and Science Buildings. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "Between classes, inner campus scene, 1914" and "Students passing between classes 1914".
Date: 1914
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections