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[Bob Stanley with Sophomore Reporting Class]

Description: Photograph of Bob Stanley, professor in the Journalism Department, sitting with sophomore students in a reporting class in 1961. In the image Stanley and two of the students are reading individually, while one is looking at what Stanley is reading. Stacks of newspapers can be seen in the foreground, more students are sitting at individual desks behind the central group. A bulletin covered with newspaper scraps fills the back wall.
Date: February 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Student statue, 1953]

Description: Photograph of a statue called "The Student" along the back ramp to Chilton Hall. The image shows the statue laying on top of a large pedestal surrounded on three sides with hedges. The statue is of a shirtless male sitting leisurely while reading a book.
Date: 1953
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Accounting Club Banquet]

Description: Photograph of looking at a check during the Accounting Banquet in December of 1961. The unidentified men in the image are standing in what may be Marquis Hall, both in suits, one older than the other. The older man may be Curtis Caden, Manager of the Dallas office of Haskins & Sells International Accounting. At the banquet, the Haskins & Sells Foundation presented a $500 prize to accounting major Charles J. Boudreaux.
Date: December 14, 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[View through the 2nd floor landing window of the Auditorium Building main staircase]

Description: Photograph of the view through the 2nd floor landing window of the main staircase of the Auditorium. Through the window, a man and woman can be seen talking at the end of the sidewalk lined by trees and bushes, as well as part of the facade of the business across the street. Built in 1923-24 as the Administration Building, the structure was renamed the Auditorium Building in 1957 after the construction of what would become known as the Hurley Administration Building.
Date: December 1960
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[View through the 2nd floor landing window of the Auditorium Building main staircase]

Description: Photograph of the view through the 2nd floor landing window of the main staircase of the Auditorium. Through the window, several men and women can be seen walking and or talking talking on the tree and bush lined sidewalk, as well as part of the facade of the business across the street. Built in 1923-24 as the Administration Building, the structure was renamed the Auditorium Building in 1957 after the construction of what would become known as the Hurley Administration Building.
Date: December 1960
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Dinner For Soldiers]

Description: Photograph of a group of female students and soldiers posing while at the Dinner for Soldiers in 1942. In the image the group is in the middle of eating, a serving lady can be seen behind them. More tables of students and soldiers can be seen in the background.
Date: 1942
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[President's House, Interior, with members of the Matthews family]

Description: Photograph of the interior of the President's House on the North Texas campus in Denton. Seated on the sofa are (from left) Rena Matthews, J.C. Matthews, and Kenneth Matthews. The building was erected in 1956 near Fouts Field, and was demolished in 1999/2000. James Carl Matthews was president of North Texas State College/North Texas State University from 1951 to 1968.
Date: March 1956
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