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[Photograph of Artwork in an Art Exhibit]

Description: Photograph of a number of paintings hanging on the walls of the Young Latino Artists exhibit in the Mexic-Arte Museum. The painting on the far left was created by David Godoy and features a woman holding a baby in front of a crowd of angry people; the frame in the center holds seven photographs, and the left wall contains a number of various art pieces.
Date: 1996
Creator: Caselli, Christopher
Location Info:
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Display case from Proof exhibit in Special Collections room]

Description: Photograph of a display case against the wall of the Special Collections room. Inside are three vintage cameras as well as photographs from the times of the cameras. Also housed inside are artifacts from the times of the photos including an old stereoscope (left, third down), an Anheuser-Busch crate, a box, and an old book. All were a part of the "Proof: The Byrd Williams Family Photography Archive" collection.
Date: 2016
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Display case at Proof exhibit]

Description: Photograph of a display case with various forms of photography set up inside. The case was a part of the "Proof: The Byrd Williams Family Photography Archive" exhibit, which was housed in the Special Collections room in Willis Library during the Fall 2016 Semester.
Date: 2016
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Vintage camera in display case]

Description: Photograph of a vintage camera owned by the Byrd Williams family. It was on display at the "Proof: The Byrd Williams Family Photography Archive" exhibit held in the Special Collections room in Willis Library. In the background are other displays as well as attendees of the exhibit.
Date: 2016
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Man adjusts book in display for NTSU Press]

Description: Photograph of a young man adjusting a book that is on display against a pegboard. There are seven other books in the case and two small little pennant flags that read "NTSU" and "NTSTC" are on display as well. It is likely that these books were printed by the North Texas State University Press.
Date: 196u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[North Texas State University Press books on display 2]

Description: Photograph of six books written by North Texas State University math and science instructors and published by the North Texas State University Press. Their topics range in subject, including nature, literature, mathematics and business. Their titles are "The Chief Executive in Texas: A Study in Gubernatorial Leadership" by Fred Gantt Jr., "Botanical Exercises" by ----, "The Red Bull and other poems" by Gene Shuford, "General Botany" by Archibald W. Reach, "Laboratory Exercises in Physiology" by - R. Lott, and "Applied Logic". The books are resting on pegs that have been inserted into the pegboard behind.
Date: 197u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Books on display against pegboard 2]

Description: Photograph of six books written by North Texas State University math and science instructors and published by the North Texas State University Press. Their topics range in subject, including nature, literature, mathematics and business. Their titles are "The Chief Executive in Texas: A Study in Gubernatorial Leadership" by Fred Gantt Jr., "Botanical Exercises" by ----, "The Red Bull and other poems" by Gene Shuford, "General Botany" by Archibald W. Reach, "Laboratory Exercises in Physiology" by - R. Lott, and "Applied Logic". The books are resting on pegs that have been inserted into the pegboard behind.
Date: 197u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Books written by instructors on display 2]

Description: Photograph of six books written by North Texas State University math and science instructors and published by the North Texas State University Press. Their topics range in subject, including nature, literature, mathematics and business. Their titles are "The Chief Executive in Texas: A Study in Gubernatorial Leadership" by Fred Gantt Jr., "Botanical Exercises" by ----, "The Red Bull and other poems" by Gene Shuford, "General Botany" by Archibald W. Reach, "Laboratory Exercises in Physiology" by - R. Lott, and "Applied Logic". The books are resting on pegs that have been inserted into the pegboard behind.
Date: 197u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[North Texas State University Press books on display 1]

Description: Photograph of six books written by North Texas State University math and science instructors and published by the North Texas State University Press. Their topics range in subject, including nature, literature, mathematics and business. Their titles are "The Chief Executive in Texas: A Study in Gubernatorial Leadership" by Fred Gantt Jr., "Botanical Exercises" by ----, "The Red Bull and other poems" by Gene Shuford, "General Botany" by Archibald W. Reach, "Laboratory Exercises in Physiology" by - R. Lott, and "Applied Logic". The books are resting on pegs that have been inserted into the pegboard behind.
Date: 197u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Books written by instructors on display 1]

Description: Photograph of six books written by North Texas State University math and science instructors and published by the North Texas State University Press. Their topics range in subject, including nature, literature, mathematics and business. Their titles are "The Chief Executive in Texas: A Study in Gubernatorial Leadership" by Fred Gantt Jr., "Botanical Exercises" by ----, "The Red Bull and other poems" by Gene Shuford, "General Botany" by Archibald W. Reach, "Laboratory Exercises in Physiology" by - R. Lott, and "Applied Logic". The books are resting on pegs that have been inserted into the pegboard behind.
Date: 197u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Books on display against pegboard 1]

Description: Photograph of six books written by North Texas State University math and science instructors and published by the North Texas State University Press. Their topics range in subject, including nature, literature, mathematics and business. Their titles are "The Chief Executive in Texas: A Study in Gubernatorial Leadership" by Fred Gantt Jr., "Botanical Exercises" by ----, "The Red Bull and other poems" by Gene Shuford, "General Botany" by Archibald W. Reach, "Laboratory Exercises in Physiology" by - R. Lott, and "Applied Logic". The books are resting on pegs that have been inserted into the pegboard behind.
Date: 197u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Man adjusting display for NTSU Press books]

Description: Photograph of a young man adjusting a book that is on display against a pegboard. There are seven other books in the case and two small little pennant flags that read "NTSU" and "NTSTC" are on display as well. It is likely that these books were printed by the North Texas State University Press.
Date: 196u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Scott Hood's Produce Display]

Description: Photograph of a produce display at the Dallas Farmers' Market in Dallas, Texas. The display includes a table draped with a patterned cloth and several baskets of fruit with labels. There is a young boy standing behind the table and a sign on the front of the display identifies him as Scott Hood. A seated woman is partially visible to the left of the display and there are parked cars directly behind them. In the background, there is a commercial building with several parked semi trucks.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Library Exhibit]

Description: Photograph of a library exhibit at the Cooke County Fair. The exhibit consists of a display of books amongst figurines of trees, animals, people, and buildings. A row of plants is set behind the books and figurines. On the right side of the display, there is an American flag hanging from table. Above the display, there are several posters hanging on the wall. A banner above the posters says "Cooke County Free Library."
Date: unknown
Partner: Cooke County Library