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[Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDs 2002 shirt]

Description: Photograph of the 2002 Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS, 2nd Annual t-shirt.
Date: February 28, 2020
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDs 2003 shirt]

Description: Photograph of the 2003 Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS, 3rd Annual t-shirt.
Date: February 28, 2020
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDs 2004 shirt]

Description: Photograph of the 2004 Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS, 4th Annual t-shirt.
Date: February 28, 2020
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDs 2005 shirt]

Description: Photograph of the 2005 Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS, 5th Annual t-shirt.
Date: February 28, 2020
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Tanqueray's Texas AIDS Ride 3]

Description: Photograph of the Tanqueray's Texas AIDS Ride 3 t-shirt.
Date: February 28, 2020
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Display case with DWIF records]

Description: Photograph of a display case filled with oral history interview transcripts, photographs, stories from the archived North Texas Daily newspapers, a street survey of southeast Denton book, and other texts from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship held by the Special Collections. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined these materials.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Framed poster and display case]

Description: Photograph of a framed poster with photograph of Denton homes and a display case filled with oral history interview transcripts, photographs, stories from the archived North Texas Daily newspapers, a street survey of southeast Denton book, and other texts from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship held by the Special Collections. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined these materials.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Graphs for the paved street project]

Description: Photograph of a display case filled with oral history interview transcripts, photographs, stories from the archived North Texas Daily newspapers, a street survey of southeast Denton book, and other texts from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship held by the Special Collections. On this shelf, are graphs created by DWIF about the percentage of homeowners, stating that the majority needs to be in favor of the road paving. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined these materials.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Interview passage with Trudy Foster]

Description: Photograph of a display case filled with oral history interview transcripts, photographs, stories from the archived North Texas Daily newspapers, a street survey of southeast Denton book, and other texts from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship held by the Special Collections. On this shelf, is an oral history transcript with DWIF member Trudy Foster, interviewed by Mary Lohr. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined these materials.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Interview passages on display]

Description: Photograph of a display case filled with oral history interview transcripts, photographs, stories from the archived North Texas Daily newspapers, a street survey of southeast Denton book, and other texts from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship held by the Special Collections. On this shelf, are oral history transcripts with DWIF members Catherine Bell and Euline Brock interviewed by Richard Byrd. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined these materials.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[List of houses photographed by Trudy Foster]

Description: Photograph of a display case filled with oral history interview transcripts, photographs, stories from the archived North Texas Daily newspapers, a street survey of southeast Denton book, and other texts from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship held by the Special Collections. On this shelf, is a list of houses in south Denton that were photographed by Trudy Foster for the street paving project. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined these materials.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Poster from Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship]

Description: Photograph of a framed poster from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, of photographs of Denton housing. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined several oral histories, interview transcripts, photographs, and stories about the group held by the Special Collections Department.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[United they stood]

Description: Photograph of a display case filled with oral history interview transcripts, photographs, stories from the archived North Texas Daily newspapers, a street survey of southeast Denton book, and other texts from the Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship held by the Special Collections. On this shelf, is the newspaper clipping from the Denton Record Chronicle from 1994, titled "United they stood: How one group of women beat prejudice." Also on display is The Good Neighbor pledge card, asking the community to develop commitment to diversity. The Denton Women’s Interracial Fellowship, was a group of white and black Denton women who came together in 1964 to ask questions about how to work together across different races and to take on projects related to infrastructure and housing. The survey of this student project was conducted by Liane Malinowski's English class, where students examined these materials.
Date: December 2019
Creator: Esparza, Anna
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Sarah T. Hughes' personal chair]

Description: Photograph of Sarah T. Hughes' personal chair, held by UNT Special Collections. The chair is velvet red with a brown wooden base. Judge Sarah T. Hughes (1896-1985) is best known for swearing in Lyndon B. Johnson, to the U.S. presidency after John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. She began her career as a lawyer in Dallas, when she joined her first firm in 1923. During that time she served three terms in the Texas House of Representatives, as one of the first females elected after women’s suffrage. In 1935, Hughes was appointed the first female district judge in Texas, and was elected seven times after her initial appointment. In 1961, after being denied nomination to a federal judgeship because of her age, sixty-five, Hughes called on the Texas Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Club to take on a letter-writing campaign in support of her candidacy, which led to President John F. Kennedy appointing her later that year. Among her most notable decisions as a federal judge were Roe v. Wade, 1970 (the legalization of abortion in the United States), Shultz v. Brookhaven General Hospital, 1969 (equal pay for equal work for women), and Taylor v. Sterrett, 1972 (upgrading prisoner treatment in the Dallas County jail).
Date: November 24, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Sarah T. Hughes portrait]

Description: Photograph of a portrait of Judge Sarah T. Hughes done by Dorothy Barta, held by UNT Special Collections. The portrait is a painting of a woman with short cropped hair wearing a black judges robe and two pearl necklaces, while sitting on a red chair, her arm propped on the chairs arm and her hands propped on a book. Judge Sarah T. Hughes (1896-1985) is best known for swearing in Lyndon B. Johnson, to the U.S. presidency after John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. She began her career as a lawyer in Dallas, when she joined her first firm in 1923. During that time she served three terms in the Texas House of Representatives, as one of the first females elected after women’s suffrage. In 1935, Hughes was appointed the first female district judge in Texas, and was elected seven times after her initial appointment. In 1961, after being denied nomination to a federal judgeship because of her age, sixty-five, Hughes called on the Texas Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Club to take on a letter-writing campaign in support of her candidacy, which led to President John F. Kennedy appointing her later that year. Among her most notable decisions as a federal judge were Roe v. Wade, 1970 (the legalization of abortion in the United States), Shultz v. Brookhaven General Hospital, 1969 (equal pay for equal work for women), and Taylor v. Sterrett, 1972 (upgrading prisoner treatment in the Dallas County jail).
Date: November 24, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's Air Medal]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's Air medal from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The first image is a far away view of a bronze sun medal with an eagle in the middle. It is held by a blue ribbon with golden stripes on the side. The medal lays in a a black leather box with a yellow inside. Image 2, closeup of the sun medal in a box.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's Distinguished Service Cross]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's Distinguished Service Cross from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The first image shows the bronze cross with the image of an eagle with expanded wings over the middle of it. It hangs from a blue ribbon with white and red stripes on the sides. The cross lays inside a black leather box that is yellow on the inside. Image 2, closeup of cross laying inside the box with a yellow inside.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's Insignia Pin]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's insignia pin from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The pin is in the shape of a 7 pointed leaf, detailed in the lines of its design and has a dark golden sheen to it.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's Legion of Merit Legionnaire Medal with two oak leaf clusters]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's Legion of Merit Legionnaire Medal with two oak leaf clusters from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The first image shows the circular wheel-like medal laying in black leather box with a yellow inside, attached to a red ribbon with two clusters on it. Image 2, closeup of the medal. The medal is a fan-like wheel with the fan part white with red edges. The circle in the middle attaching them is golden with a blue middle, containing several gold stars inside of it. Under the fan part is a golden circled framed by green. The medal is attached to a red ribbon with white edges, and two leaf clusters laying on the ribbon.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti’s Major General hat]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti’s Major General hat from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The hat is a normal cap that is olive green in color. On the front are two black stitched stars with another symbol in black stitched above it.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's Major General shoulder straps]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's Major General shoulder straps from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The image shows two yellow shoulder straps with black rectangles in the middle. Inside each of the black parts are two white stars sewn into it.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's oval medallion]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's oval medallion from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The dark golden medallion is in the shape of an oval with the symbol for what appears to be a spear on the left side. Image 2, back side of the medallion with some words imprinted on the back. The medallion itself hangs from a small loop at the top.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's Purple Heart medal]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's Purple Heart medal from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The first image shows the purple heart-shaped medal laying inside a black leather box with the lid open, the inside yellow. The ribbon is held by a purple ribbon. Image 2, closeup of heart medal. The heart medal is a purple heart inside of a golden one. In the purple part is a gold figure of a head, and it is held by a purple ribbon with white on the side.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Barsanti's ribbon rack]

Description: Photograph of Barsanti's ribbon rack from the United States Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti Papers, held by UNT Special Collections. The ribbon rack consists of eight rows of ribbons with one at the top and fr at the bottom. Most of the ribbons have stripes of color, and some of them contain little emblems such as leaves or stars.
Date: October 15, 2019
Creator: Gellner, Megan
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections