Description: Photograph of people in an English classroom at North Texas State College sometime in the 1950s or 1960s. In the left foreground, a young female student is sitting on a long table and is speaking with an older female instructor. A miniature model of the Globe Theatre is visible on the table near the instructor, along with books on English literature. On the wall next to the table are posters related to Shakespeare's Hamlet, Julius Caesar, and Macbeth. In the right of the photograph, a young female student is sitting in a chair at the long table, sharing a copy of "The English Journal" with a young male student who is standing. A window is open behind the young woman and man, and a wooden desk and chair are also visible in the lower right. The women in the photograph are wearing skirts and blouses; the young man wears a short-sleeved shirt and trousers. On the back of the photograph is a copy instruction sticker from "Shreveport Engraving Co., Inc.", along with handwritten notes reading "English", "120 zinc", and "English dept classes c1960s?".
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives