Emeritus College Presentation Lecture Notes

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These lecture notes accompany a presentation titled 'This Side of the Border: The Mexican Revolution through the Lens of American Photographer Otis Aultman.' The lecture notes discuss the fifty-two presentation slides with the topics and details.

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Carlisle, Tara February 17, 2011.

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  • Main Title: Emeritus College Presentation Lecture Notes
  • Alternate Title: This Side of the Border: The Mexican Revolution through the Lens of American Photographer Otis A. Aultman

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These lecture notes accompany a presentation titled 'This Side of the Border: The Mexican Revolution through the Lens of American Photographer Otis Aultman.' The lecture notes discuss the fifty-two presentation slides with the topics and details.

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2 p.

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  • University of North Texas. Center for Achievement and Lifelong Learning. Emeritus College Lecture, 2011, Denton, Texas, United States

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This Side of the Border: The Mexican Revolution through the Lens of American Photographer Otis A. Aultman (Presentation)

This Side of the Border: The Mexican Revolution through the Lens of American Photographer Otis A. Aultman

This presentation discusses the Mexican Revolution, as seen through the camera lens of American photographer Otis A. Aultman. In 2009, El Paso Public Library's Archivist Marta Estrada received a grant from the UNT Libraries to digitize a portion of their Otis Aultman Photograph Collection and add it to The Portal to Texas History. El Paso Public Library's collection on the Portal consists of more than 500 digitized glass plate negative photographs that documents the Mexican Revolution through the eyes of Mr. Aultman, many of which have not been seen for a century.

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This Side of the Border: The Mexican Revolution through the Lens of American Photographer Otis A. Aultman, ark:/67531/metadc102278

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Carlisle, Tara. Emeritus College Presentation Lecture Notes, text, February 17, 2011; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc111009/: accessed July 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .