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[Southern Railway Train #610]

Description: Clipping of a photograph of Southern Railway train #610. There are four men to the right of the image. The photo is captioned "Southern Railway No. 610, the Lima-born 2-10-4 that powered the Freedom Train in Texas, heads north at Oneida, Kentucky, on July 13, its inaugural weekend for its new operators. The ex-Texas &Pacific veteran is now a permanent part of the Southern steam stable. (Robert T. Clark)." Written below the image is "- Passenger Train Journal."
Date: September 1977
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Godzilla Meets the 610]

Description: Clipping of a captioned photo and the accompanying blurb from Railfan Magazine. In the photo the front end of the engine is visible as a silhouette, and the caption reads: "There is something strange in the silhouette profile of the eagle above the headlight on 610." The blurb mentions that the silhouette of the train engine's eagle appears to look like Godzilla. Written below the clipping is "- Railfan Feb. 1978 Page 64 & 66."
Date: February 1978
Partner: The Grace Museum

Pegasus, Volume 2, Number 1, Summer 2014

Description: Biannual publication containing articles about genealogical research and genealogical information about families in Dallas, Texas and the surrounding area, including family histories, lists of records (births, deaths, registration, etc.), correspondence, and and other documentation. Name Index starts on page 44.
Date: Summer 2012
Creator: Dallas Genealogical Society
Partner: Dallas Genealogical Society

[Lecture Ticket for David C. Dickson]

Description: Lecture ticket for David C. Dickson in the Transylvania University Medical Department. According to the ticket these lectures, given by Dr. William H. Richardson, cover "Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children."
Date: 1836
Partner: Two Rivers Historical Foundation

[Emancipation Claim for Slaves of James Buchanan]

Description: Legal document from James Buchanan expressing a claim for Emancipation of his slaves. The following sections of text include the dealings within the county courts of Mercer and April within the Commonwealth of Kentucky, where his claim for emancipation was acknowledged and ordered to be recorded.
Date: November 29, 1834
Creator: Buchanan, James M.
Partner: Two Rivers Historical Foundation

[Certificat from the University of Louisville]

Description: Certificate issued to Dr. May Owen from the University of Louisville in Louisville, Texas, with the text: "In the Sesquicentennial Year of the Founding of Jefferson Seminary Greets May Owen and presents this Certificate in recognition of more than Twenty-five Years Of Service Given at Louisville, Kentucky in the year, one thousand, nine hundred and forty-eight." There is a university seal stamped in the lower-left corner.
Date: 1948
Creator: University of Louisville
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Newspaper clippings about Dr. May Owen's actions as president of the Texas Medical Association]

Description: Newspaper clippings of articles about Dr. May Owen, including her election to the position of president of the Texas Medical Association, her reception of an award from the Foundation of Private Practice Pathologists, a speaking engagement at Brady High School, and a speaking engagement at the TMA District 1 Luncheon in Pecos, Texas. One of the articles includes a photo of Dr. Owen.
Date: January 31, 1961
Creator: Standard-Times
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Newspaper clippings discussing Dr. May Owen as head of the Texas Medical Association]

Description: Newspaper clippings of two articles: Dr. May Owen's election to the position of President of the Texas Medical Association, and the opening of the Medical Auxiliary Convention. The first article discusses Dr. Owen's career and accomplishments, while the second article discusses the details and agenda for the TMA Woman's Auxiliary 1960 convention.
Date: April 22, 1959
Creator: Justice, Blair
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Newspaper Clipping: 'Dr. May' lauded for help]

Description: Newspaper clippings of an article about Dr. May Owen, who was honored at a Texas Medical Association luncheon. The article includes information about her career and her financial help to medical students. A photograph of Dr. Owen at the luncheon is included. Each clipping is mounted on a separate piece of paper.
Date: February 15, 1982
Creator: Ondrejas, Carolyn
Partner: Texas Medical Association

Oral History and Copyright

Description: Sound recording of Barbara Vandegrift giving a talk titled "Oral History and Copyright" during the 14th Annual National Colloquium on Oral History at the Oral History Institute, Murray State University. The talk was part of a panel on legal and ethical responsibilities in the protection of historical sources. The moderator of the talk is Hubert D. Humphreys, and commentary is given by Waddy W. Moore.
Date: October 28, 1979
Creator: Oral History Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Early 20th Century Eastern United States Coal Culture

Description: Sound recording of Al Skorma giving a talk titled "Early 20th Century Eastern United Stated Coal Culture" during the 14th Annual National Colloquium on Oral HIstory at the Oral History Institiute, Murray State University. The talk was part of a series about international perspectives on coal miners. The moderator for the talk was Evaline Hovenec, president of the Coal Miners Research Association.
Date: October 28, 1979
Creator: Oral History Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Life and Times in Shoe City: Institutional Collaboration on the Working Class History of Lynn, Massachusetts

Description: Sound recording of R. Wayne Anderson giving a talk titled "Life and Times in Shoe City: Institutional Collaboration on the Working Class History of Lynn, Massachusetts" during the 14th National Workshop of Oral History at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky.
Date: October 1979
Creator: Oral History Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Oral History in Canada

Description: Sound recording of James H. Morrison giving a talk titled "Oral History in Canada" during the 14th National Oral History Colloquium at the Oral History Institute, Murray State University.
Date: October 27, 1979
Creator: Oral History Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections