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Norton Residence

Description: The street entrance of the facade, garage doors, and outdoor stairs to roof are shown in the east view.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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Norton Residence

Description: Close view of the balcony on the beach house is shown.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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Norton Residence

Description: The west facade of the beach house is included in this view from the northwest direction.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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Norton Residence

Description: The study pod elevated on a supporting post is viewed from the west in this depiction.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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Norton Residence

Description: The view of the house from the northwest includes the separate units towards the rear of the lot as well as the elevated study pod.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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Norton Residence

Description: The green tiled terrace wall of the upper level unit of the beach house is included in this view.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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Norton Residence

Description: Notched construction joints create an overhang to the entrance patio.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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Norton Residence

Description: The red metal chimney on the north side of the beach house is visible.
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Date: 1983/1984
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen
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The Last Automat I

Description: The spout of a coffee or tea vending machine is depicted along with some cups along the right hand side of the painting.
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Date: 1983
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Ensemble - Jacket and Skirt

Description: Ensemble of silver thread silk brocade in a pattern of vertical wavy lines. A) Jacket is full-length with stand-up collar that is open with elongated V at front. Center front opening to waist with 6 crystal buttons with loops of self-fabric; open to hemline. Long set-in sleeves with 4-3/4" bell cuffs. Shoulder pads; lined in grey silk crepe. Designer's label inside: "Michael Faircloth" B) Straight skirt is full-length with 18" slit at center back. 1-1/4" waistband with center-back zip and hook & eye closure. Lined in grey silk crepe.
Date: 1983/2011
Creator: Faircloth, Michael
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

The werm turns

Description: Humorous musings by a retiring male librarian about how libraries should deal with certain types of problem patrons.
Date: 1983
Creator: Massmann, Robert E.
Partner: UNT Libraries Rare Book and Texana Collections

[ArtWear '83 fashion show]

Description: Video footage of male and female models participating in "ArtWear '83," the annual juried fashion exhibition put on by fashion design students at North Texas State University.
Date: 1983
Creator: Center for Media Production
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Susanna and the Elders: A One-Act Ballet in Three Scene

Description: The ballet, based on the story of Susanna as found in the Apocrypha, is scored for chamber orchestra consisting of flute doubling piccolo, oboe, Bb clarinet, bassoon, horn in F, two Bb trumpets, trombone, piano, harp; two percussionists playing timpani, tambourine, xylophone, glockenspiel, chimes, small triangle, large triangle, small suspended cymbal, large suspended cymbal, two crash cymbals, antique cymbals, snare drum, piccolo snare drum, bass drum, bongos, three tom-toms, sleigh bells, large gong, temple blocks, bell tree, metal wind chimes; and a string quintet of two violins, viola, violoncello, and contrabass. The music consists of an overture lasting approximately three and one-half minutes, and three scenes lasting approximately eight and one-half, nine and one-half, and ten minutes respectively. The entire ballet is approximately thirty-one and one-half minutes in duration.
Date: August 1983
Creator: Oakeson, Rock E.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Mast Cells in the Brains of Mice of Different Genotypes: A Histological Study

Description: Histamine is present in the central nervous system and is believed to be derived from neurons (50 percent) and mast cells (50 percent). This experiment was designed to analyze histologically the numbers and distribution of brain-associated mast cells in normal (+/+), mast cell deficient (W/W^v) and heterozygote (W/+, W^v/+) mice of the WBB6F_1 /J strain. Significant variations in the number and distribution of mast cells between the various genotypes were found. Based on the results, a hypothesis is proposed to account for the observed genotypical differences in mast cell numbers and distribution. Based on the total number of mast cells and the content of histamine in a typical mast cell, it is apparent that the mast cell is not a major source of brain histamine, suggesting that another non-neuronal pool of histamine must be present in the brain.
Date: May 1983
Creator: Dolce, Angela Kay
Partner: UNT Libraries

David Hume and the Enlightenment Legacy

Description: Generally acclaimed as the greatest philosopher of the Enlightenment, David Hume has been, nevertheless, a problem for Enlightenment historians. In terms of the Enlightenment's own standards of empiricism and demonstrable philosophical tenets, Hume's is by far the most "legitimate" philosophy of the age, yet it is almost diametrically opposed to the traditional historical characterization of the Enlightenment. Consequently, historians must re-assess the empirical character of the Enlightenment, acknowledging it as yet another Age of Faith rather than science (as Becker contends), or acknowledge Hume's as the most valid Enlightenment philosophy. Such a re-assessment and study of Hume's conclusions would dramatically alter Enlightenment histories and provide meaningful insights into the actual Enlightenment legacy regarding modern man and his society.
Date: December 1983
Creator: Perez, Joan Jenkins
Partner: UNT Libraries

Relationship Between Self-Efficacy and Academic Behavior Among Students at an Alternative High School

Description: For many years, educators and psychologists have attempted to define the strength of the relationship between self-concept and school performance., A productive approach may be to investigate academic self-efficacy. In the present study, data were collected for students at an alternative high school on the Measure of Academic Self-Efficacy (MASE), Intellectual Achievement Responsibility Questionnaire (IAR), number of weeks spent in the program, and various descriptive and behavioral measures. Correlations were computed to attempt to demonstrate that participation in an alternative program analogous to participant modeling is associated with increases in academic self-efficacy and internal attributions for educational events, and that these gains are associated with improved academic outcomes.
Date: August 1983
Creator: Matthews, Catherine Henson
Partner: UNT Libraries

John Calvin: Cultural Revolutionary

Description: The theology of John Calvin, while not differing primarily in substance from traditional Reformation thought, was revolutionary in its impact on the cultural life of the believer. For Calvin, Christ was the Cosmic Redeemer through whom all of life was effected. Nothing in the life of the believer therefore was secular. Society, as a whole, was but a reflection of the grace of God and hence was an arena of concern for all people. Consequently, Calvin, the man, and Calvinists, later took an active role in the temporal life of man, concerning themselves with the governing of the state as well as the church, and the propagation of the arts and sciences.
Date: August 1983
Creator: Urie, Dale Marie
Partner: UNT Libraries