Collections - D
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.
The Dallas Voice was the first newspaper to serve the LGBT community of Dallas, Texas. The paper has provided thoroughly reported news, insightful commentary, and critique of television, theater, and film for over 30 years. Digitization was funded by a TexTreasures grant.Added: August 2012.
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.
Named for journalist and activist Dennis Vercher, this collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial documentation, press releases, and other materials related to LGBT activism, HIV/AIDS, and anti-discrimiation legislation.Added: April 2016.
These materials document the Chamber’s activities from 1938-1998 with an emphasis on an advertising campaign developed in 1967 to attract new businesses to the city. Included is the 1967 film, Dynamic Denton, which features various locations in the city of Denton and comments from North Texas State University Alumni.Added: October 2016.
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.