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 Decade: 1920-1929
[Administration Building at North Texas State Teachers College]

[Administration Building at North Texas State Teachers College]

Date: [1923..1935]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Administration Building, in center background, at North Texas State Teachers College. This photograph was taken from a paved street. The Historical Building is visible in the left foreground, and the Science Building is in the right foreground. A walkway, with open white gates, leads between the Historical Building and Science Building to the Administration Building. The walkway is lined with trees and shrubbery. Part of an automobile is also visible in the left foreground parked at the curb. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "admin. bldg. before 1935" and "Campus Inner, Historical Bldg. [L], Auditorium (Admin before '35) Bldg. [Center], Science Bldg. [R]."
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[Speech by Sarah T. Hughes on being a female lawyer]

[Speech by Sarah T. Hughes on being a female lawyer]

Date: [1928..1930]
Creator: Hughes, Sarah T. (Sarah Tilghman), 1896-1985
Description: Typescript of undated speech by Sarah T. Hughes discussing her experiences and people's expectations of her as a woman in the legal profession while practicing in Dallas. She gives her views on different aspects of the legal profession, including specialization, civil and criminal practice, winning and losing cases, and her enjoyment of appellate work and research in preparing cases on appeal. Before concluding the speech, Ms. Hughes describes her enjoyment of political participation via the legal profession. She also expresses her interest in campaigning for public office and entering politics in the future.
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[Historical Building and Science Building at North Texas State Normal College]

[Historical Building and Science Building at North Texas State Normal College]

Date: 1922
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph, facing southwest, of the Historical Building (in center background) and Science Building (on right) at North Texas State Normal College. In the right of the photograph, a man and woman are looking at a book and sitting on a bench next to the ground floor windows of the Science Building, while another man can be seen leaning out of the first floor window above the man and woman on the bench. In the left of the photograph, several trees, a fence, and a gate can be seen lining one of the campus walkways. The number "53" is written in bold ink in the bottom right corner of the photograph. On the back of the photograph, a handwritten note reads, "Campus, inner, 1922".
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Science Building and gazebo at North Texas State Teachers College]

[Science Building and gazebo at North Texas State Teachers College]

Date: [1928..1961]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of gazebo (on left) and Science Building (on right) on the campus of North Texas State Teachers College. People are visible in the photograph, on the paved walkways between and around the gazebo and Science Building. There are people visible under the gazebo, which shelters a fountain, as well as in the Science Building with its windows open. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "Science bldg. + Gazebo" and "campus, inner, undated, 1930s?".
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Men's Gymnasium]

[Men's Gymnasium]

Date: [1922..1953]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium. The image shows the building's exterior, which includes a large sign that reads "MENS GYMNASIUM," and two floors with large windows. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Men's Gymnasium]

[Men's Gymnasium]

Date: [1922..1953]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus. A man can be seen outside the building, and several cars are parked on the curb. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953. The text "B B - 5014 - A" is written on the bottom left of the image.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Men's Gymnasium]

[Men's Gymnasium]

Date: [1922..1953]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. Men can be seen working on the roof. Several cars are parked by the curb. This building became known as the Men's Gym in 1922. Prior to this date, it was The Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953. The text "B B 5014 - B" can be seen in the bottom left of the image.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Men's Gym]

[Men's Gym]

Date: [1922..1953]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the interior of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. Lumber lies in piles on the court, and two men can be seen working against the far wall. The text "B B - 5014 - C" is written in the bottom left of the image.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Men's Gymnasium]

[Men's Gymnasium]

Date: [1922..1953]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Men's Gymnasium on the North Texas campus in Denton. The building possesses four sets of doors, and several trees are planted around it. A car is parked on the curb. This building became known as the Men's Gymnasium in 1922. Prior to this date, it was also known as the Model Training School and Laboratory School. The building was demolished in 1953.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
The Yucca, Yearbook of North Texas State Teacher's College, 1928

The Yucca, Yearbook of North Texas State Teacher's College, 1928

Date: 1928
Creator: North Texas State Teacher's College
Description: Yearbook for North Texas State Teacher's College in Denton, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
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