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[Jean Kiger, Albert Peyton George, a champion steer, and four other men]

Description: Photograph of a champion steer with the Jean Kiger who exhibited it (holding the halter at far right) and five men at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition. The fifth man from the left is Albert Peyton George. George is wearing a three-piece suit, striped shirt and dark tie, with a felt cowboy hat. Back of photograph in pencil: "neg 2193" and stamped in black: "David J. Morris Official Livestock Photograph Houston Fat Stock Show Houston, Texas".
Date: 1946
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Jean Kiger and a champion steer]

Description: Photograph of a champion steer and Jean Kiger who exhibited it at the Houston Fat Stock Show & Livestock Expedition in 1946. Kiger, who has shoulder length hair, is wearing light colored pants, shirt with dark trim, and a light colored felt cowboy hat. She is holding the steer by the halter and a wooden cane in her right hand. Tall wooden panel in background. Written in pencil in back of photo: "neg 2052" and stamped in black: "David J. Morris Official Livestock Photographer Houston Fat Stock Show Houston, Texas".
Date: 1946
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Jerome Boyd Collins, Sr. with a Cow]

Description: Photograph of Jerome Boyd Collins, Sr. standing with a cow and holding a ribbon that says "Reserve Champion Beef Calf." He wears a cap with the 4-H clubs symbol. According to a handwritten note on the back of the photo, it was taken at the Third Annual Food and Livestock Show at Rosewood Park in 1946.
Date: 1946
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Job Experience Plan]

Description: Brochure outlining the College of Business' new Job Experience Plan to provide enrolled students with one year of full-time business experience before graduation.
Date: 1946
Creator: North Texas State College
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Jordan Gap Quadrangle

Description: Topographic map of a portion of Texas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:62500
Date: 1946
Creator: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

KORC 1140 On Your Dial

Description: A picture of a KORC-KBS Microphone--"1140 on your dial" is shown here. Mineral Wells' radio history dates back to the 1930's when Mr. Hal Collins, owner of the Crazy Hotel, began sponsoring broadcasts originating in the hotel lobby. The radio station was founded and owned by Mr. Achilles Corcanges, and aired its first broadcast on December 5, 1946. Radio station KMWT-FM began broadcasting from Mineral Wells in 1970. The broadcasts were aired nationwide, at noon daily, over the Texas Quality Network. It advertised Crazy Water Crystals. Both stations' call letters were changed in 1983 to KJAS-AM and KYXS-FM. Many show business luminaries appeared on the shows. For instance, Mary Martin of Weatherford began her singing/acting career here.
Date: 1946
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

Laguna Vista Quadrangle

Description: Topographic map of a portion of Texas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:31680
Date: 1946
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Lamar School - 5th Grade - 1946-47]

Description: Photo of the fifth grade class at Lamar School - 1946-47 Row 1 (front) Jimmie Meese James McCredis? R.B. Scroggins David McClurry Ernest Pace Row 2 Eugene Fish Mary Joy Rushing Rosa Sikes Martha Ann Lemons Dick Hazelwood Marcia Barrow Barbara Dressell Row 3 Mrs. W.O. Logan Betty Jones John Floyd Morris Jay Lockey Donald Shuller Linda McDonald Row 4 Don Bell Gerald Moore Arlie Moore Bob Smith Paul Hinkle Henry Link David McNeil Row 5 Billy Joe Beagan Jan Woodard Amme Johnston? Marler Stow?
Date: [1946..1947]
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission