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Description: Toque hat of black fur felt. Trimmed with wide black (faux?) snakeskin belt with large round buckle covered in same. Unlined, with black grosgrain ribbon headband. Label sewn to headband: "Walker-Marr / Dallas"
Date: 1955~
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Young Girl's Party Dress

Description: Young girl's party dress of yellow heavy crepe paper over white cotton(?). “Paper dress” is knee-length, sleeveless, with rounded neckline and wide straps. A-line under-layer of white cotton is overlaid by 7 wide horizontal tiers of yellow heavy crepe paper “petals”. Center-back opening with single tiny circular white button at neckline. No labels visible in garment.
Date: 1918/1927
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fringed Jacket

Description: Jacket of dark brown sueded leather, with fringe. Hip-length jacket in "hippie style" has center front opening with 4 circular dark brown translucent buttons (one missing), patch pockets, long sleeves, and bands of long self fringe along arms, on bands across upper breast, at edges of patch pockets, along lower hem, and along back yoke. Lined in lavender acetate. Maker's (Brand?) label at inside back collar: "México / Típico / Hecho en Mexico", stamped with blue "36" in upper right corner.
Date: 1970
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

[Rick Walker email]

Description: Email from Rick Walker to Bayless about the Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus board of directors meeting to be held in Austin.
Date: April 12, 2004
Creator: Walker, Rick
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections


Description: Hat of brown velveteen. Designed somewhat as a cloche, the close-fitting crown is shaped to fit around the head almost as a cylinder with lower edge that follows up and around face. At top of hat is a circular disk which is set with a starburst of small pearls. Around the top of the crown is a further ring of pearls, and on each side over ear are a small starburst of pearls. The hat is lined in quilted golden fabric. No labels in hat.
Date: 1930/1939
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Sling-Back Platform Pumps

Description: Pair of sling-back platform pumps made of stripes of red, mustard yellow, green, and blue leather. Designed with a round toe, and thick platform sole, the open-toe shoes have a wide strap across instep to create vamp of shoe. Strap is of red, yellow, green, and blue leather, the stripes of which continue onto platform sole. Separate red leather sling-back strap wraps around ankle and fastens with a gold colored oval buckle.
Date: 1973
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

The People's Budget

Description: A group of people in the background carry protest placards while a disheveled couple in the foreground make a comment about taxes.
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Date: 1909
Creator: Walker, Jack
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

The overtures of Samuel Wesley

Description: Born into one of the most distinguished families in eighteenth-century England, Samuel Wesley (176-1837) distinguished himself as a child prodigy, an ardent devotee of the music of J. S. Bach, and as a composer, performer and music lecturer. His four extant overtures, written from the year 1778 to 1824, offer an insight into his development as a composer. This edition, drawn from the Wesley manuscripts housed in the British Library, is preceded by a commentary dealing with Wesley's life, the history of the overture as an independent for, and with Wesley's place in the history of English instrumental music.
Date: May 1978
Creator: Walker, Jeremy
Partner: UNT Libraries


Description: Toque of black velour, velvet, and silk. Cylindrical black velour crown, the top sunken and with slightly domed center. Around crown is wide pleated band of black silk, with seven diagonally placed black velvet long, narrow leaf shaped pieces of black velvet across the band. Unlined, with inner black grosgrain ribbon hatband. Designer's label at inside hatband: "Sharon / Originals" Stamped inside crown: "Genuine / Imported Velour" Accompanied by "Goldsmith's" hat box and receipt.
Date: 1955~
Creator: Sharon Originals
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design


Description: Cap of black velvet and feathers. Styled somewhat as a "newsboy cap", or a pillbox with a brim, the cylindrical black velvet crown bulges slightly at sides. At front, extending slightly to sides, is black visor of same velvet, angled downwards, edged with black grosgrain ribbon. The visor is covered with fan sprays of multicolored small feathers in browns, tans, and creams, with black edging. Centered with a black grosgrain ribbon bow. Crown is lined in multicolored brocade fabric with scrolling foliate and floral forms. Inner black grosgrain ribbon hatband. Designer's label at inside hatband: "Christine / Original" Received in a period hatbox labeled "Levy's".
Date: 1955~
Creator: Christine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Equipment and operations for preparing $sup 252$Cf neutron sources for interstitial cancer radiotherapy research

Description: The Savannah River Laboratory (SRL) is currently producing californium- 252 sources for a medical evaluation program in neutron radiotherapy. These sources provide an intense, tiny, neutron point source for cancer therapy research. Instead of using a large beam of neutrons from a reactor or accelerator for tumor treatments, the implantable $sup 252$Cf neutron source delivers a highly localized radiation dose within the tumor itself. The equipment design and operations for producing the sources, the Pt-Ir clad wire containing the Pd-Cf$sub 2$O$sub 3$ cermet core, and the assembly of 3 to 12 seeds sealed within a radiation resistant 1.20 mm plastic tube are described. All operations are performed by machines specially designed for remote operation in a shielded cell. (auth)
Date: January 1, 1975
Creator: Walker, V.W.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Brazed thermocouple pass-through for sodium service in a liquid-metal- cooled fast breeder reactor

Description: Sensors installed in special fuel elements for the EBR-II reactor had 30- ft-long leads that would pass from the sodium environment through a sealed bulkhead. A hydrogen-atmosphere, induction-heated brazing furnace was constructed to simultaneously braze 20-26 separate sensor leads at one time. The brazed seals were leak-tight, and the sheath wall has less than 10 percent interaction with the braze alloy. (auth)
Date: October 1, 1975
Creator: Walker, D.E.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

The Terrestrial Biosphere and Global Change: Implications for Natural and Managed Ecosystems

Description: From the perspective of terrestrial ecosystems, the most important component of global change over the next three or four decades will likely be land-use/cover change. It is driven largely by the need to feed the expanding human population, expected to increase by almost one billion (109) people per decade for the next three decades at least. Much of this increase will occur in developing countries in the low-latitude regions of the world. To meet the associated food demand, crop yields will need to increase, consistently, by over 2% every year through this period. Despite advances in technology, increasing food production must lead to intensification of agriculture in areas which are already cropped, and conversion of forests and grasslands into cropping systems. Much of the latter will occur in semi-arid regions and on lands which are marginally suitable for cultivation, increasing the risk of soil erosion, accelerated water use, and further land degradation.
Date: 1997
Creator: Walker, Brian & Steffen, WIll
Partner: UNT Libraries