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The Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR) was an independent, bipartisan intergovernmental agency established by Public Law 86-380 in 1959. The ACIR Collection is composed of the agency's publications that study the interactions between different levels of government.Added: December 2009.
Photographs and an audio recording of an oral history related to the life and work of NaDeane Walker Anderson (NTSTC 1942), Women's Army Corps (WAC) servicewoman, Stars and Stripes newspaper contributor, fashion editor, foreign correspondent, freelance writer and award-winning investigative reporter.Added: July 2021.
Record of the United States Congress from the First Congress in 1789 through the First Session of the Eighteenth Congress in 1824. The Annals are a summary rather than a transcription, compiled after 1834 from newspaper accounts. They are succeeded by the Register of Debates, the Congressional Globe, and the Congressional Record.Added: January 2011.
Aquiline Books (formerly Eagle Editions) is an imprint of the UNT Libraries designed for works of scholarship, both new and reissued, from the UNT community. All publications from Aquiline Books are freely available to read online in this collection.Added: December 2014.
The licensed images of artworks in this collection supplement artworks in the Visual Resources Collection of the College of Visual Arts + Design's online image database used for instruction, study, and presentation. Included here are images of paintings, drawings, prints, architecture, material culture, sculpture, photographs, furniture, and fashion from a variety of vendors. Access to these images is restricted to the UNT community.Added: December 2009.
This collection includes audio and video recordings of texts; transcriptions, translations, interlinear glossing, and analyses of selected texts; digitized copies of fieldwork notes and photographs documenting fieldwork and other events. The texts are in different genres, such as traditional and children's stories, popular legends, historical accounts, personal narratives, natural conversations, dramas, folk songs, poems, food recipes, discussions on events or items of cultural importance, and discussions on language and linguistic data. Some of them are also in Awadhi and Bhojpuri languages given with a view of (socio)linguistic comparison, whereas some are the outcomes of dialect surveys undertaken to determine the extent of the Azamgarhi language.Added: June 2021.
Photos of show, quarter and cutting horses from the 1960s through 2004. Ray Bankston and his company, Dalco, documented these events and told the stories of many people involved, including celebrities and wealthy Texans.Added: May 2014.
Photographs and documents drawn from a larger tangible collection of the personal and military papers of U.S. Army Major General Olinto Mark Barsanti.Added: January 2020.
This collection currently includes audio and video recordings of texts; transcriptions, translations, interlinear glossing, and analyses of selected texts and photographs documenting fieldwork and other events. The texts collected by Maaz Shaikh starting from early 2020 are an outcome of his fieldwork on the Azamgarhi language of Azamgarh while working on his Master of Philosophy dissertation at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.Added: April 2021.
Invitations, memorabilia, and publications related to the annual Black Tie Dinner which increases awareness for GLBT issues, entertains participants, and raises funds in support of gay and lesbian organizations.Added: February 2020.
Detailed images of freshwater mussel specimens found in and around Texas, along with information concerning their collection, identification, and physical attributes. Includes representative specimens for about 40 of the approximately 50 mussel species found in Texas.Added: July 2011.
Out-of-print books related to Texas and Oklahoma history, made available as ebooks thanks to a Humanities Open Book Program grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Celebrating 50 Years of Excellence.Added: April 2017.
Recordings of oral literature from different, significantly threatened, regional varieties of Burushaski spoken in Hunza, Nagar, and Yasin valleys in Pakistan and Srinagar in India. Included are audio and video recordings; fieldwork notes; photographs; and transcriptions, translations, and analyses of selected texts.Added: September 2016.
Publications of the American Chemical Society, Division of Chemical Information. Included are Chemical Literature (1949-1975) and Chemical Information Bulletin (1975-present). Appealing to division members and others interested in chemistry, the publications contain bibliographies, abstracts of meeting sessions, news about members, and, sometimes, "chemical games."Added: December 2009.
Materials from the Association include photographs and schedules from the annual conference, along with newsletters that present news of service in libraries that support faith groups, reviews of books and media, public relations techniques used by successful congregational libraries, and aids in the cataloging and classification of religious materials.Added: October 2017.
Archival collections reflect experiences of women, professional men, military men, Texas cattlemen, businessmen, farmers, and government officials. Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.Added: August 2011.
This collection of publications features information about the faculty, students, alumni, and activities at the College of Music. Included are NTSU Notes, Counterpoint, the NTSU School of Music Newsletter, North Texas Music, and Reverberations.Added: May 2014.
Artworks, art exhibitions, and art-related events created by College of Visual Arts + Design students, faculty, staff, and alumni are digitally documented here and saved for future generations' research and reference.Added: April 2012.
The Computational Resource for South Asian Languages (CoRSAL) is a digital archive for source audio, video, and text on the minority languages of South Asia.Added: February 2018.
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress beginning with the Forty-Third Congress in 1873, published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record is more comprehensive than its predecessors, the Annals of Congress, Register of Debates, and Congressional Globe.Added: February 2011.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is the public policy research arm of Congress. This legislative branch agency works exclusively for Members of Congress, their committees and their staff. This collection includes CRS reports from the mid-1960's through 2018—covering a variety of topics from agriculture to foreign policy to welfare.Added: December 2009.
Items pertaining to the career of Dr. Gloria Contreras along with materials she collected on teaching social studies through a multicultural and global perspective. Contreras was a professor of secondary education and served as the first Director of the Office of Minority Affairs at the University of North Texas.Added: February 2020.
This collection contains presentations given at the Cross Timbers Library Collaborative's affinity group meetings and annual conferences. The presentations cover a variety of topics of interest to library practitioners and scholars.Added: January 2015.
The CyberCemetery provides permanent public access to the web sites and publications of defunct U.S. government agencies and commissions. This collection is provided through a partnership between the UNT Libraries, the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO), and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), as part of the Federal Depository Library Program.Added: December 2009.
This collection contains issues of the bulletin published by the Dallas/Fort Worth Section of the American Chemical Society. Included are The Activator (1944-1948) and the subsequent title, the Southwest Retort. The bulletins include division information, regional meetings, news about members, editorials, and other items of interest to members.Added: July 2012.
Selected photographs of quilt panels for the AIDS Memorial Quilt.Added: January 2018.
Materials from small collections associated with The Dallas Way archive include clippings, publications, papers, photographs, photo albums, buttons, and other artifacts from a variety of individuals and organizations.Added: October 2019.
Correspondence, newsletters, and grant reports related to art education and the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts (NTIEVA), headquartered at the UNT. Materials were scanned by the donor, D. Jack Davis, and provided in a digital format to UNT Special Collections. Additional materials in an analog format can be viewed in the UNT Special Collections Reading Room.Added: January 2018.
The Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commissions (also known as the BRAC Commissions) were established by Congress to review and analyze Department of Defense recommendations for reorganizing U.S. military base structure "to more efficiently and effectively support our forces, increase operational readiness and facilitate new ways of doing business." This collection includes reports, documents, data, correspondence, and public comments from both the 1995 and 2005 Commissions.Added: October 2010.
Video from the 2017 Dene/Athabaskan Language Conference and Workshop.Added: March 2019.
News and viewpoints related to the Fracking Referendum passed in the city of Denton, Texas on November 4, 2014. Materials include a compilation of web pages crawled in late 2014 and a collection of oral histories conducted in Fall 2015 by UNT students.Added: August 2017.
This collection includes materials from yearly meetings since 2017 to build an infrastructure and workflow for developing CoRSAL, such as slides and recordings of presentations.Added: July 2020.
Documents related to the planning of the DFW Archives Bazaar, a recurring community outreach and education event focused on resources available at cultural heritage institutions in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Photographs and videos of the event are also included.Added: January 2019.
Serving as virtual proceedings for the Digital Frontiers Conference, this collection contains abstracts, presentations, video, workshops, student responses, supporting materials, flyers, and other items from the conference and related activities.Added: October 2012.
These images document the disappearance of food and beverage items by photographing trays before and after schoolchildren ate lunch. The images were taken in North Texas during lunchtime in urban middle schools that participated in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.Added: May 2011.
Documenting The History of the Civil Rights Movement in Dallas County, Texas Oral History Collection
Transcripts of oral histories with civil rights figures from Dallas, Texas. Each interview focuses on the interviewee's family and educational history, organizational involvement, and career or personal milestones.Added: June 2020.
Launched in 2004 by UNT's Honors College, The Eagle Feather was an interdisciplinary undergraduate research journal that promoted the work of students and their faculty mentors. The Eagle Feather was published annually until 2017 when it transitioned into the North Texas Journal of Undergraduate Research.Added: April 2020.
The End of Term Publications collection consists of reports, presentations, and documents collected during one of the End of Term Presidential Web Archive projects either in 2008, 2012, or 2016. Items were either explicitly nominated for inclusion in the EOT archive or have been extracted from the EOT Archive for inclusion in this collection.Added: January 2017.
Legal documents, correspondence, a press release, newspaper articles, a press kit, photographs, and a video related to Mica England's anti-discrimination lawsuit against the Dallas Police Department (DPD): England v. The City of Dallas, Mack Vines, and the State of Texas. On July 10, 1989, England was denied employment with the DPD because she was a lesbian.Added: April 2020.
Environmental Ethics is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the philosophical aspects of environmental problems. The journal is published by the Center for Environmental Philosophy at the University of North Texas and sponsored by Colorado State University.Added: May 2014.
The Environmental Policy Collection contains reports, policy documents, and media selected from local, statewide, national, and international organizations; government and private agencies; and scientific and research institutions. The collection also contains theses and dissertations relevant to environmental policy.Added: March 2010.
Audio recordings of poetry written by Harold Epstein (1950-2005), a Dallas based writer. Only the born digital materials received with the collection are currently available in a digital format. Non-digital materials listed in the collection's finding aid may be viewed in the UNT Special Collections Reading Room.Added: January 2018.
Collection of The Dallas Way organizational papers, correspondence, clippings, photographs, and publications.Added: January 2020.
Issued biweekly by the Federal Communications Commission, these reports include regularly released decisions, notices, and documents on various communications issues. The Federal Communications Commission Reports ceased publication in the mid-1980s and were replaced by the FCC Record.Added: May 2014.
Started in the late 1970s, FICTA is an Argentinian journal devoted to the performance practice of early music. The only publicly accessible, complete archive of the journal, this collection was made possible through collaboration with Dr. Bernardo Illari, who directed its development. FICTA's founder and editor, Jorge González, kindly provided six volumes for digitization.Added: September 2018.
The Food Rules collection contains student work for a course assignment in HMGT 1450, Principles of Nutrition. For this assignment, students studied the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 Executive Report as well as Food Rules: An Eater's Manual by Michael Pollan. Each student then formulated a new food rule based upon the readings and wrote a brief summary citing evidence from the Dietary Guidelines, critiquing the rule from the perspective of Pollan's book, and then self-grading the rule.Added: October 2015.
Conceptualized in 1967 after attending the Monterey International Pop Music Festival, John Gilliland's "The Pop Chronicles" traces the history of popular music from the 1950's through the 1960's. Mr. Gilliland wrote, narrated and produced these 55 hours of broadcasting first airing at KRLA Pasadena, California. in February 1969. The pop music history is told by an interleaving of Mr. Gilliland's narration, music, and comments from the interviews of the people directly involved in the music scene of the day.Added: September 2010.
Selection of recordings drawn from a larger tangible collection of glass-base, 16-inch broadcast transcriptions held by the UNT Music Library. These examples from the 1940s include speeches from Franklin Delano Roosevelt and other politicians, news reports, and musical programs.Added: November 2021.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for the U.S. Congress investigating how the federal government spends taxpayers' money. Its goal is to increase accountability and improve the performance of the federal government. The Government Accountability Office Reports Collection consists of over 13,000 documents on a variety of topics ranging from fiscal issues to international affairs.Added: June 2014.
An ongoing project, A-to-Z encompasses U.S. federal government documents published prior to 1960. We are digitizing the documents alphabetically, starting with the call number A, which includes agricultural documents. By popular demand, the A-to-Z Collection also contains vintage War Department field manuals and technical manuals.Added: December 2009.
Original and preliminary drawings, sketches, storyboards, and trademark specifications for Dr Pepper's Frosty Dog and "Frosty man, frosty!" advertisement campaign, which was in effect from 1956 to the early 1960s.Added: June 2021.
Materials related to Hays' life and multifaceted career. She served 22 years in the Department of State's Foreign Service Office with postings in Latin America, the Philippines, and Hong Kong. Later she returned to Texas, establishing the Cooke County Historical Society, heading the Cooke County Mental Health Hospital, and serving as mayor of Gainesville.Added: November 2021.
Starting with the year 2000, this collection contains selected issues of The HEXAGON of Alpha Chi Sigma. This national professional fraternity was founded in 1902 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and now has over fifty collegiate and professional chapters across the United States. The collection includes the "Rediscovery of the Elements" sesquidecade project of Dr. James L. and Virginia R. Marshall of the University of North Texas. In addition to the main articles, there are several other feature articles connected with the project as well as cover photographs taken by Virginia Marshall.Added: December 2012.
Selection of letters and telegrams regarding Judge Hughes administering the presidential oath of office to Lyndon B. Johnson after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and regarding her nomination for United States District Judge.Added: April 2020.
Serving as digital proceedings, this collection includes papers, posters, and slides from invited talks as well as practitioner and sponsor presentations for the annual International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM).Added: October 2017.
Presentations, abstracts, posters and other materials from the International Internet Preservation Consortium's (IIPC) annual General Assembly and Web Archiving Conference.Added: April 2019.
Publications and working documents related to the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC).Added: March 2019.
This biennial symposium draws together music education academics from around the world to discuss issues, practices, and perspectives focusing on connecting music learning and other music experiences with the lives, values, identities, and communities of those involved. Included in the collection are papers from the symposium.Added: January 2019.
This interactive workshop explores a broad scope of issues related to digital language archives—digital libraries that preserve and provide online access to language data. The collection includes proceedings and articles from the workshop.Added: October 2021.
Letters written by Carolyn Itri to her future husband, Private Nicholas C. Soviero who served the United States Air Force 1942-1947 in the 20th Air Depot Group. The letters pertain to Itri's day-to-day activities on the home front in New Jersey. Some also include information about Soviero's activities in the war.Added: October 2021.
JAC is a peer-reviewed journal that serves as forum for scholars interested in theoretical approaches to the interdisciplinary study of rhetoric, writing, multiple literacies, and politics. JAC publishes four book-length issues a year, featuring articles, interviews, essays, review essays, and reviews. This collection includes the complete archives except for the three most recent issues which are released as the next is published.Added: September 2010.
Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling is the official publication of the National Rehabilitation Counseling Association (NRCA). The JARC is published quarterly, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. JARC is a journal of opinion and research in professional rehabilitation counseling and addresses the needs of individuals employed in a wide variety of work settings and with wide-ranging professional interests.Added: June 2014.
The Journal of Near-Death Studies is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal devoted to the field of near-death studies. It is published on a quarterly basis by the International Association for Near-Death Studies. The Journal began publication in 1982 under the name Anabiosis which was changed to its current title in 1986 with the start of Volume 6.Added: December 2014.
The Journal of Schenkerian Studies is a peer-reviewed journal published annually by the Center for Schenkerian Studies and distributed by the University of North Texas Press under the guidance of Timothy Jackson, Stephen Slottow, and an expert editorial board. The journal features articles on all facets of Schenkerian thought, including theory, analysis, pedagogy, and historical aspects and reviews of relevant publications.Added: June 2014.
Photographs and memoranda drawn from a larger tangible collection of papers held in UNT Libraries' Special Collections. Enid Justin was the founder of the Nocona Boot Company, which operated from 1925 to1999 in Nocona, Texas.Added: October 2021.
Video drawn from a larger collection of tangible materials documenting Bob Kap's time as coach of the Dallas Tornado Soccer Club in the 1960s, and his meetings with NFL teams where he introduced European style kicking techniques to American football in the 1970s.Added: October 2018.
Collection of audio and video recordings of the Karbi language collected by Dr. Linda Konnerth from 2009-2012. These include both traditional and personal narratives from Karbi speakers, and descriptions of weaving practices, recipes, Karbi clans systems, and the status of women in Karbi society. Many of the records have corresponding transcriptions in ELAN.Added: May 2021.
The Gordon Knox Film Collection contains films created by Texas-born filmmaker Gordon Knox (1906-1992) or Mr. Knox's production company, The Princeton Film Archives. The collection contains short and feature-length documentaries produced for the United States Armed Forces, state and federal government agencies, non-profit organizations and private sector clients. Also included in this collection are still photographs showing film crews and staff working on location.Added: December 2009.
This collection includes a series of interviews conducted by Indiana University Hakha Lai students with family and friends in the broader Indianapolis Hakha Lai community as part of the Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH), a project funded by a collaborative grant to UNT and Indiana University by the National Science Foundation project in response to the COVID-19 pandemic (NSF #2031052 and 2031060).Added: February 2022.
This NSF-funded series of events on language endangerment and political instability uses overlapping methodology, data, and case studies from linguistics and political science to investigate how government policies, war and other forms of conflict, forced migration, and displacement due to territorial disputes create intersecting causes and consequences of political instability and language endangerment.Added: June 2020.
Documents and artifacts collected by Al Daniels during his tenure as treasurer of the organization, 1993-1998.Added: July 2017.
This is a collection of folk songs collected from 2012-2022. The present archival activities of Liangmai folk songs and folk tales in CoRSAL are supported by the Endangered Language Fund. Liangmai folk songs can be divided into four categories: legendary folk songs, agrarian folk songs, festive folk songs and lullabies.Added: June 2022.
The Library Publishing Forum brings together representatives from libraries engaged in (or considering) publishing initiatives to define and address major questions and challenges; to identify and document collaborative opportunities; to strengthen and promote this community of practice; and to advance this vibrant subfield of academic publishing. This collection contains videos of presentations made at the forum May 19-20, 2016.Added: November 2016.
The Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS was an event that took place in Dallas, Fort Worth, and surrounding areas in September to raise funds for AIDS awareness, services, and research from 2001 through 2013. The collection includes documents, photographs, and videos related to the documentation and promotion of the Lone Star Ride.Added: April 2020.
A collection of digital resources from Imasi: The Maharaj Kumari Binodini Devi Foundation in Imphal, Manipur, India. The foundation works in the conservation of the cultural heritage of Manipur in North Eastern India, a Tibeto-Burman kingdom that is now a state of India on its Burmese border.Added: August 2018.
Material on the Manipuri language (ISO 639-3 mni), also known as Meithei, Meitei, Meitheiron, Meiteilon, or Meetei. Manipuri is used as a lingua franca in the state of Manipuri, India, and spoken by over 1.2 million people in Manipur and an estimated 3 million including second language speakers.Added: July 2020.
Recordings of language materials in Mankiyali (ISO 639-3 nlm), a highly endangered language belonging to the Indo-Aryan language family (Total number of speakers: approximately 500). Mankiyali is primarily spoken in two remote villages, viz. Danna and Dameka in the Oghi Tehsil of Mansehra District in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province.Added: August 2020.
Materials resulting from journalist and author Jim Marrs' career and research. Marrs specialized in reporting on conspiracy theories and government cover-ups. The majority of the collection concerns the Kennedy assassination, but information about evidence of UFOs and other conspiracy theories is also present.Added: September 2020.
The Miniature Book News reports on auctions, collections, and aspects of collecting, as well as the history of printers, publishers, collections, and institutions. The Miniature Book News has been published since 1965 with two suspensions, and since 2001 has been published within the Miniature Book Society Newsletter.Added: December 2009.
The Miniature Book Society has published its newsletter under various titles since 1983. The publication serves to highlight the doings of the society, its members, and news and events in the world of miniature books. Since 2001, the Miniature Book News has been published within the Miniature Book Society Newsletter.Added: December 2009.
Community collection of audio recordings of modern spoken Mizo covering three generations of male and female speakers, including children, recorded between 1970 and 1990 by Thangi Chhangte. Many of the speakers featured in this collection, such as Chhangte’s grandparents, were born in the early 1900s.Added: August 2020.
Sound recordings of electroacoustic music from the archive of the International de musique électroacoustique de Bourges (IMEB). The works were created in the IMEB studios or submitted by participants of the Festival Synthèse or the Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition. Access is restricted to the UNT community.Added: August 2019.
This stimulating array of papers and presentations was delivered at a symposium hosted by the UNT Libraries, April 22-23, 2016. The symposium celebrated the 75th anniversary of the University of North Texas Music Library, as well as the establishment of the UNT Music Library 75th Anniversary Endowment in Honor of Morris Martin.Added: May 2016.
This small selection of program lists, recording schedules, and promos comes from the collection of Willis Conover (1920-1996), a jazz producer and broadcaster on the Voice of America for over forty years. A much larger collection of Conover materials--including some 22,000 recordings--is available in tangible form at the UNT Music Library.Added: December 2009.
The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was a U.S. federal agency founded on March 3, 1915 to undertake, promote, and institutionalize aeronautical research. On October 1, 1958 the agency was dissolved, and its assets and personnel transferred to the newly created National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).Added: December 2011.
Letters, speeches, poetry, and memoirs predominately dated 1971-1990 written by mother and son, Jean and Bill Nelson. Bill Nelson was a GLBT civil rights activist who spoke out about the discrimination the gay community and persons with AIDS faced in the 1980s. After Bill passed away in 1990 from AIDS-related complications, Jean attended events in his memory.Added: July 2017.
The Newspaper Resources Collection contains materials useful for the study of historical newspapers. Included are N. W. Ayer & Son's American Newspaper Annual for the years 1880-1922 and Geo. P. Rowell & Co's American Newspaper Directory for the years 1869-1877, along with union lists from the Library of Congress detailing foreign and domestic newspapers published between 1948 and 1983 that are available in microform.Added: December 2009.
The North Texan connects UNT alumni and friends to the university and updates the UNT community on what's happening on campus and within our community. The magazine's mission is to demonstrate UNT's vibrant and continued relevancy within the lives of alumni and friends as it showcases how the university and its alumni make a difference in the world. The North Texan is produced by the Division of University Relations, Communications and Marketing.Added: December 2010.
Newspaper clippings and pamphlets drawn from a larger tangible collection documenting the development of the School of Community Service and its departments and centers at North Texas State University (NTSU), now the University of North Texas.Added: October 2021.
Reports, articles and other documents harvested from the Office of Scientific and Technical Information.
Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) is the Department of Energy (DOE) office that collects, preserves, and disseminates DOE-sponsored research and development (R&D) results that are the outcomes of R&D projects or other funded activities at DOE labs and facilities nationwide and grantees at universities and other institutions.Added: October 2017.
The Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) operated from 1972 to 1995, providing Congressional members and committees with analyses of the scientific and technological issues that were increasingly relevant to public policy and legislative action. This collection includes quarterly and annual reports, as well as internal OTA documents such as orientation materials. Many other interesting OTA materials are available in the OTA Legacy Collection via the CyberCemetery.Added: December 2009.
Postcards and photographs drawn from a larger tangible collection held in UNT Libraries Special Collections. Victor Oppenheim was a geologist known for his work in South America, as well as field work in Mexico, West Africa, and the United States.Added: October 2021.
A born-digital collection of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNT course catalogs, videos, and podcast episodes.Added: August 2021.
The Register of Debates is a summary of the leading debates and incidents in the United States Congress. The Register begins from the Eighteenth Congress, Second Session through the Twenty-Fifth Congress, First Session, covering the years 1824-1837. It is preceded by the Annals of Congress and succeeded by the Congressional Globe and the Congressional Record.Added: January 2011.
The ReSource collection contains magazines covering research, scholarship, and the arts at the University of North Texas. Included are issues of ReSource, published from 1984-2004, and UNT Research, published from 2006--. Highlights include features, news briefs, alumni spotlight, faculty books and portraits.Added: December 2010.
The Resource Center is a service organization for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community of Dallas. These materials span more than 50 years of LGBT social movements.Added: June 2014.
Images of people, architecture, and advertising. Spanning five decades, these materials focus on the Dallas and Fort Worth region, particularly on Dallas development and work with stores such as Neiman-Marcus.Added: October 2019.
The Call Number is a departmental and alumni newsletter published by the School of Library and Information Sciences at the University of North Texas beginning in 1939. Issues contain news items and announcements concerning the library school and describe the activities of students, faculty, staff, and alumni.Added: December 2009.
Posters created by students of the University of North Texas in the course of the "Willis Wall Demonstration," September 21, 2016. The posters express frustration and anger at a series of events in the news involving police brutality and violence against African Americans. The posters also express solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.Added: October 2018.
This selection of materials from the Technical Report Archive and Image Library (TRAIL) includes hard-to-find reports published by various government agencies. The technical publications contain reports, images, and technical descriptions of research performed for U.S. government agencies. Topics range from mining, desalination, and radiation to broader physics, biology, and chemistry studies. Some reports include maps, foldouts, blueprints, and other oversize materials.Added: March 2010.
Ten Spurs is a literary journal produced by the Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism at UNT each year. The ten writers are the winners of the writing contest of the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference from the previous year. There are six winners -- three from the reported narrative category and three from personal essay. The four runners-up come from both areas. The top winners are awarded cash prizes and trophies at the Mayborn Conference in July and are published in the journal and on the website.Added: June 2014.
Audio recordings of oral histories with figures related to the Dallas LGBTQ community. Five interviews pertain to Duane Puryear's life. Dr. Nino Testa conducted these interviews in support of his research.Added: June 2020.
The Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science (TAMS) is a unique residential program for high school-aged Texas students who are high achievers and interested in mathematics and science. While living in McConnell Hall, students in this two-year program complete a rigorous academic curriculum of college coursework at the University of North Texas (UNT). This collection features a series of documents, letters, memos, and the TAMS yearbook, The Witness.Added: June 2014.
Videos of interviews with Texas bilingual educators, as well as footage from special events related to the Texas Association for Bilingual Education's (TABE) mission. Transcripts of the videos are included in the collection.Added: August 2019.
The UNT Texas Fashion Collection is dedicated to the preservation and documentation of historically significant fashion, and serves as an educational and inspirational resource for students, researchers, and the general public. This vital resource is part of the UNT College of Visual Arts + Design.Added: February 2011.
Correspondence and publications dated 1976-2001 pertaining to THRF's Black Tie Dinner, the board of directors, the board of trustees, corporate finances, litigation, and partner organizations.Added: July 2017.
Materials donated by Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution (TXSSAR) State Organizations, TXSSAR Local Chapters, and TXSSAR members and their families.Added: April 2016.
Correspondence, member lists, meeting minutes, contact information, and organizational records as compiled by Al Daniels during his tenure as treasurer, 1999-2010.Added: July 2017.
Theoria is an annual peer-reviewed journal on all aspects of the history of music theory. It includes critical articles representing the current stage of research, and editions of newly discovered or mostly unknown theoretical texts with translation and commentary. Analytical articles on recent or unknown repertory and methods are also published, as well as review articles on recent secondary literature and textbooks.Added: April 2014.
Downloadable datasets for 3D-printing models used in book history instruction. Includes the complete teaching tool set as well as individual pieces such as a punch, a matrix, an adjustable hand mould, and an individual piece of type with an attached or removable jet.Added: May 2017.
The radio series "Toscanini: The Centennial Series," was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini on the hundredth anniversary of his birth, and was a subset of the radio series "Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend." Originally aired between January 4, 1967 and December 27, 1967, the broadcasts consist of music performed by the NBC Orchestra as well as interviews with composers, conductors, orchestra members, and other people associated with Toscanini.Added: November 2010.
The radio series "Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend" was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini. Originally aired between June 5, 1963 and December 27, 1967, the broadcasts consist of music performed by the NBC Orchestra as well as interviews with composers, conductors, orchestra members, and other people associated with Toscanini.Added: November 2010.
Video proceedings from the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics.Added: March 2021.
Collection of newspaper clippings, 1927-1951, from the towns of Tulia, Brady, and Memphis, Texas. Many focus on Dr. John MacMillan, a church pastor in Brady, Texas, as well as on general church happenings and local events.Added: July 2020.
Published by the United States Department of Agriculture, the Experiment Station Record provides abstracts of agricultural experiments conducted during the year, along with statistics, convention reports, bulletins, and bibliographies. The collection contains volumes 1-95 covering 1889 to 1946. These materials were donated by Vanderbilt University and digitized by the UNT Libraries.Added: December 2009.
Issued under various titles, these annual reports were produced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Each volume provides a summary of the progress of each agricultural experiment station, and also includes statistics, discussions of foreign investigations, and selected studies. The collection covers the years 1901 to 1954. These materials were donated by Vanderbilt University and digitized by the UNT Libraries.Added: December 2009.
Submitted to UNT Special Collections through the online Keeper App, these digital materials document people and events connected to the University of North Texas. The University Memory Collection, started in 2017, is an ongoing project of the UNT Special Collections department and the University Archive.Added: January 2018.
Produced for the Excellence in Curricula and Experiential Learning Program (EXCEL), these lesson plans meet both state education and national sustainability standards. EXCEL, the educational initiative of Sustainable Communities Initiative, takes a holistic approach to growing today’s youth. EXCEL is a PK-12 college and career program that features academic pathways in engineering, business, health science, and education in STEM.Added: August 2014.
This collection features a selection of documents from the UNT Libraries' Government Documents Department. Included are technical reports, congressional materials, and commission reports.Added: August 2014.
Materials produced by University Relations, Communications and Marketing at the University of North Texas.Added: July 2019.
The UNT Data Repository is a central archive to provide long-term preservation and access to the research data of the UNT scholarly community. The Data Repository works in conjunction with the UNT Scholarly Works repository to ensure long-term access to the full range of research outputs from UNT.Added: July 2013.
Records for grants awarded to researchers at the University of North Texas. These records establish unique identifiers that are publicly accessible for these research projects. In most cases, the data management plan for the project has been deposited with the item. Each record has a link to a full bibliography of the research output including data and publications.Added: November 2020.
Audio, video, and documents from the Global Studies Faculty Seminar--an exciting initiative engendered to bring scholars of various disciplinary backgrounds together for necessary discussions on globalization, global connections and exclusions, and inter-cultural encounters. These discussions often range from issues in current scholarship to pedagogical improvements in global studies classrooms.Added: July 2014.
This collection houses graduate student works other than theses and dissertations. All materials have been previously accepted by a professional organization or approved by a faculty mentor. The collection includes, but is not limited to projects or problems in lieu of thesis, supplemental files associated with theses and dissertations, posters, recitals, presentations, articles, reviews, book chapters, exhibitions, and artwork. Some items in this collection are restricted to use by the UNT community.Added: September 2016.
Sponsored by the University of North Texas, these annual symposia focus on topics such as futures of academic publishing, the business and economics of open access, and law and public information. This collection contains selected presentations given at the symposia since 2010.Added: September 2015.
The UNT Oral History Collection in the UNT Digital Library contains a selection of oral history transcripts covering World War II, politics, community activism, desegregation, recollections of life in Texas, and more. Access to these items is restricted to the UNT community.Added: September 2012.
This collection contains papers and presentations from the symposium, "Thinking and Re-Thinking Africa," held April 11, 2015, in Denton, Texas. Organized by the UNT Africa Task Force and supported by UNT-International, this symposium aims to bring together students and faculty from all disciplines to present their research, contribute to dialog, and extend the boundaries of knowledge about the African continent.Added: May 2015.
This collection presents scholarly and artistic content created by undergraduate students. All materials have been previously accepted by a professional organization or approved by a faculty mentor. Most classroom assignments are not eligible for inclusion. The collection includes, but is not limited to Honors College theses, thesis supplemental files, professional presentations, articles, and posters. Some items in this collection are restricted to use by the UNT community.Added: September 2016.
More than half the world's languages are at risk of no longer being spoken by the end of this century. Language archives can be important resources for language revitalization and research, but need to accommodate the needs of all user groups. This 2016 workshop documented the perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research in this area.Added: July 2016.
Audio and video recordings related to the work of Frances Brannen Vick, author, folklorist, publisher, and founding director of UNT Press. UNT bestowed honorary alumna status on Vick in 1998 and awarded her the honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, in 2000.Added: November 2020.
The Virtual Music Rare Book Room is composed primarily of digitized materials held in the UNT Music Library's Edna Mae Sandborn Music Rare Book Room. The collection is particularly strong in eighteenth-century French opera, due in large part to the influence of musicologist Lloyd Hibberd on the development of the collection.Added: December 2009.
Materials related to Waybourn's life as an activist. He served as president of both the Dallas Gay Alliance and Foundation for Human Understanding, and as director of GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) and Window Media, LLC.Added: November 2021.
This collection contains a small selection of juvenile literature from the much larger physical collection housed in the UNT Libraries' Rare Book Room. Included are toys from the collection as well as books with religious and moralistic themes.Added: December 2009.
Species counterpoint notebooks and compositions by Hans Weisse, compositions by and performance programs with Joseph Knettel, and published compositions by Paul Kletzki.Added: October 2020.
Four generations of photographers, all named Byrd Williams, documented more than 100 years of North Texas history. These materials, selected from a larger collection of family items. are available in UNT Libraries' Special Collections.Added: June 2014.
Founded in 1990 during an international dance conference in Hong Kong, the World Dance Alliance (WDA) promotes the study, conservation, and appreciation of dance. Contains video, photographs, and documents related to WDA conferences and events.Added: January 2018.
The Newsmaps were published by the U.S. War Department during World War II. They usually feature maps displaying the theaters of conflict, and often include narrative descriptions of war-related events. Some feature photographic essays or poster-like designs on themes such as enemy insignias, demobilization, and farm loans.Added: December 2009.
Sound recordings of the Lesbian/Gay Political Coalition's screening interviews of candidates running for public office in Dallas in 1987 and 1988. Also includes a video conversation about the Dallas Gay Political Caucus from 1996.Added: October 2019.
This collection includes Samson Lotven’s Ph.D thesis The Sound Systems of Zophei Dialects and Other Maraic Languages, as well as an excel spreadsheet version of the word list found therein, and accompanying audio recordings of that word list.Added: February 2022.