Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1915
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of woman's white kid pumps. Designed as modified Oxford style shoes with slightly pointed toes, the white kid uppers are decorated with rows of circular holes along toe-cap, sides of vamp, sides of shoe, and heel. The shoes lace up at center front along instep, 3 holes high. The medium-high heels are curved around sides and back, covered with same leather. Front of heel cut straight across, covered with light tan leather. Stamped inside shoe: "Brooklyn Hand Turns / 'Aristocrat' / 51 - Last". Embroidered label inside shoe: "Paul's / Aristocrats / Hand Made / Turn-Sole".
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
[Stan Kenton at Schirmer opening]

[Stan Kenton at Schirmer opening]

Date: November 1946
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton surrounded by fans at the Schirmer opening in Brooklyn, N.Y. In the photograph, Kenton is signing autographs and there are others visible in the background including Murray Boykin (Brooklyn salesman), someone hesitantly identified as John Cooney (N.Y. manager), and Al Levine (Newark manager).
Contributing Partner: UNT Music Library
[Kenton signing autographs at Schirmer opening]

[Kenton signing autographs at Schirmer opening]

Date: November 1946
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton, surrounded by people, signing autographs at Schirmer opening, in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Contributing Partner: UNT Music Library
Oral History Interview with Bertha Rosenzweig, November 15, 1979

Oral History Interview with Bertha Rosenzweig, November 15, 1979

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Date: November 15, 1979
Creator: Jenkins, Floyd & Rosenzweig, Bertha
Description: Interview with Bertha Rosenzweig, co-founder of Tex-Glass, Inc. in Decatur, Texas. The interview includes Rosenzweig's personal experiences about her education in New York, and having a teaching career. Rosenzweig talks about her family background, her knowledge of her husband's family background and his life in Europe during the Hitler era, his technical training, work in glass factories, starting his own glass factory in Vienna, fleeing Nazis and migrating to Greece, the Jewish underground in Central Europe, fleeing to Egypt, Palestine, and his migration to the U.S. Additionally, Rosenzweig talks about their meeting and marriage, work in Canada and Mexico, opening a glass factory in Athens, Texas, moving to Decatur, employee relations, products and the production process, the distribution system, financing methods, her managing the business, sale of the business, and reparations from the Austrian government.
Contributing Partner: UNT Oral History Program