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[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. The tomb can be seen at left, the guard of honor marching at right, and crowds can be seen at back watching.
Date: Spring 1965
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[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of the guard of honor at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. Behind the guard can be seen visitors and the front of the Memorial Amphitheater.
Date: Spring 1965
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[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of Arlington House, the Robert E. Lee home, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. The Lee mansion can be seen at the top of the hill, with visitors to Arlington Cemetery can be seen on the paths. Photograph is taken from near the site of the grave of President John F. Kennedy.
Date: Spring 1965
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[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of the grave site of President John F. Kennedy and his children, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. Within the white picket fence can be seen the grave of Patrick Bouvier Kennedy at left, the grave of President Kennedy - surmounted by the Eternal Flame - near the center, and the grave of the stillborn Arabella Kennedy at right, marked by a cross. Floral tributes line the back of the fence as visitors pass by the site.
Date: Spring 1965
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[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of the stairs leading to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. The tomb can be seen at at the top of the steps, with the Memorial Amphitheater behind.
Date: Spring 1965
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[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. The tomb for the unknown of World War I is just off-camera to the left, the slabs for the resting places for the unknown of World War II and Korea are to the left, the guard of honor marching at right, and crowds can be seen at back and to right watching.
Date: Spring 1965
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[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of Arlington House, the Robert E. Lee home, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. The Lee mansion can be seen at the top of the hill, with visitors to Arlington Cemetery can be seen on the paths. Photograph is taken from near the site of the grave of President John F. Kennedy.
Date: Spring 1965
Location Info:

[AFROTC Arnold Air Society National Conclave Trip, Washington DC, Spring 1965]

Description: Photograph of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, taken by a member of the North Texas State University AFROTC member attending the Arnold Air Society National Conclave in Washington DC, Spring 1965. The tomb for the unknown of World War I is just off-camera to the left, the slabs for the resting places for the unknown of World War II and Korea are to the left, the guard of honor marching at right, and crowds can be seen at back and to right watching.
Date: Spring 1965
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BF-3671: Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) Video

Description: Promotional video demonstrating how law enforcement agencies have employed Bell helicopters. The video features the U.S. Park Police, the Virginia State Police, the Virginia Beach Police Department, the Fort Worth Police Department, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, the Delaware State Police, and the Kentucky State Police. Models featured in the video include the 412, 206L LongRanger, 206B-3 JetRanger III, and the 222.
Date: 1991
Creator: Bell Helicopter Textron

[Clipping: "Face to face: Falwell meeting with gay Christian activists may be milestone", Dallas Morning News]

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News, by Leonard Pitts of the Miami Herald, dated Friday, October 22, 1999. The article discusses a meeting between a group of "200 socially conservative Christians" led by the Rev. Jerry Falwell, and "an equal number of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people of faith, led by the Rev. Mel White, a gay clergyman." The article includes a cartoon depicting a group of people sitting at a table, engaged in conversation, with speech bubbles coming from their mouths.
Date: October 22, 1999
Creator: Pitts, Leonard & Scott, Margaret

[Clipping: Jerry Falwell's criticism of President Carter's stance on homosexuality]

Description: Sheet of newspaper clippings from articles in the Dallas Morning News and Dallas Times Herald. The articles cover Jerry Falwell's criticism of President Jimmy Carter's stand on homosexuality and Falwell's subsequent apology for his comments. The first article by Helen Parmley of the Dallas Morning News, dated August 7, 1980, discusses Falwell's characterization of the supposedly "pro-gay rights" stance of the Carter administration. The second article, a United Press International story printed in the Dallas Times Herald on October 13, 1980, describes Falwell's apology for his remarks on Carter's position on gay rights. The article quotes Falwell as saying, "It was a reckless statement."
Date: {1980-08-07, 1980-10-13}
Creator: Parmley, Helen

[Clipping: Moral Majority to disband: Falwell hails group for political efforts]

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News, dated June 12, 1989, by Helen Parmley, Religion Editor of The Dallas Morning News. The article discusses the Rev. Jerry Falwell's decision to dissolve the Moral Majority in August 1989. The article quotes Mr. Falwell as saying that, since he founded the organization in 1979, "we have accomplished everything we set out to do," in terms of organizing conservative Christian voters and bringing national attention to conservative Christian issues in the 1980s.
Date: June 12, 1989
Creator: Parmley, Helen

[Clipping: "Preacher or statesman?: a toned-down Jerry Falwell ponders what his role should be in a post-Ronald Reagan era", Dallas Times Herald]

Description: Newspaper clippings of an article from the Dallas Times Herald, dated Sunday, December 20, 1987, originally published in The Washington Post by Laura Sessions Stepp. The article discusses the Rev. Jerry Falwell's decision to relinquish the presidency of Moral Majority, resign as chairman of The PTL Club, and limit his involvement in national political issues. The article suggests that Falwell may redirect his efforts to preaching at his Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia, broadcasting "The Old Time Gospel Hour", and attending to affairs at Liberty University, which Falwell founded in 1971.
Date: December 20, 1987
Creator: Stepp, Laura Sessions

[Draft of letter, 1891]

Description: This is a draft from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Charles B. Moore when he was 68 years old and addressed to the Courier Journal. In this letter, Moore discusses the Annie Laura story printed in the Rockbridge County News and provides the journal with 100 year old verses written about her by Robert Burns. It is dated 1891 in an unspecified month and day. The document is damaged along the edges and some words are missing due to the damage.
Date: 1891
Creator: Moore, Charles B.

[Elizabeth Simpson Cooper Memoir]

Description: Photocopy of Elizabeth Simpson Cooper's memoir about her childhood in Virginia and later her time in Kansas after moving westward with her family. In the text of her memoir, she describes her school days in Virginia, church, Cooper family history, "Bleeding Kansas" (the period of conflict over deciding if Kansas would be a free or a slave state), and the Civil War in Kansas as well as her personal encounters with Native Americans in Kansas.
Date: 1931-02-24/1932
Creator: Cooper, Elizabeth Simpson, 1840-

The Farmer's Tale

Description: Handwritten autobiographical manuscript describing the author's thoughts and memories, starting with notes about the his father who was a farmer in Virginia. There appear to be several sections, including one labeled "To my MOTHER November 1st 1848"; that section is also signed by C. B. Moore. A portion of the pages near the lower-right corner is missing and several pages at the end of the booklet are blank. Some text on the cover is repeated on the first page.
Date: 1848~
Creator: Moore, Charles B.

[Letter from Charles B. Moore]

Description: This is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Moore to unknown recipients. In this letter, Moore details the dilemma centered on the Annie Laura story which was printed in the Rockbridge County newspaper. He provides a brief, yet detailed genealogical account of the Moore family history as well as the Anna Laura ballad for the letter's recipients. The letter's edges are damaged and some of the words are missing due to the damage.
Date: unknown
Creator: Moore, Charles B.

[Letter from David Fentress to his wife Clara, August 1863]

Description: Letter from David Fentress to his wife Clara in which he writes about having fevers and waiting for his box of medicines to arrive. His slave, Al, is sick, so he is having to wait upon the sick,feed his own horses, and do his own cooking. He argues that the losses at Vicksburg, Charleston, or Richmond do not mean that the South is conquered. He says that the North has an advantage with gun boats. He also writes about family, the health of family and friends. He talks about fabric for new pants and vest. He has new orders to move to Pine Bluff.
Date: {1863-08-15, 1863-08-17..1863-08-18}
Creator: Fentress, David