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Chemical Literature, Volume 21, Number 1, Spring 1969

Description: Created as a supplement for "the regular journals of the American Chemical Society," this publication contains annotated bibliographies of chemical documentation literature as well as information about meetings, conferences, awards, scholarships, and other news from the American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Chemical Literature.
Date: Spring 1969
Creator: American Chemical Society. Division of Chemical Literature.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Chemical Literature, Volume 21, Number 2, Fall 1969

Description: Created as a supplement for "the regular journals of the American Chemical Society," this publication contains annotated bibliographies of chemical documentation literature as well as information about meetings, conferences, awards, scholarships, and other news from the American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Chemical Literature. This issue includes the Directory of Members and Affiliates for 1969.
Date: Autumn 1969
Creator: American Chemical Society. Division of Chemical Literature.
Partner: UNT Libraries

TAC Tea Service

Description: The porcelain tea service consists of four pieces, tea pot, tea cup with saucer, sugar bowl and creamer.
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Date: 1969
Creator: Gropius, Walter
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

The Relationship between the Level of Dogmatism of Supervising Teachers and Student Teachers and the Amount of Change in Attitude of the Student Teachers

Description: This research sought to determine if a significant relationship existed between various levels of dogmatism of supervising teachers and student teachers and the degree of change in attitude of the student teachers during student teaching.
Date: December 1970
Creator: Oswald, Jolene
Partner: UNT Libraries

Hair bow

Description: Hair bow of lime green faille with combs underneath to hold it in place. Label on center underside on white set on orange grosgrain ribbon cut at 45 degree angle on ends: "Henry's Hats"
Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Henry's Hats
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Breton Hat

Description: Breton hat of coiled braided golden brown rough straw. The high, domed crown is encircled by the brim, which extends out slightly and then turns up vertically. The hat is unlined, with inner off-white grosgrain ribbon hatband. No labels.
Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Balenciaga, Cristóbal
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Sailor Hat

Description: Hat in sailor style of navy blue straw cloth with 1 1/2" deep pillbox crown. Flat brim 3 1/2" wide at center front and 2" wide at center back. 1 1/4" wide navy velvet ribbon around crown. Trim of small red velvet flowers and tiny white blossoms extending from left side of brim toward center front. Unlined with navy blue grosgrain headband. Elastic band for securing hat to wearer's head. Designer's label on inside headband: "Sharon / Originals"
Date: [1960..1969]
Creator: Sharon Originals
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Theological Distance Learning through Trinity College and Theological Seminary: Programs, Problems, Perceptions, and Prospects

Description: An international survey was conducted to assess theological higher education via distance learning as perceived by graduates of Trinity College and Theological Seminary's (Trinity) doctoral programs. The purpose of the study was to determine student-perceived strengths and weaknesses of Trinity's doctoral-level distance education theology programs. Also, the future of distance-learning mediated programs of theological higher education was speculated. A random sample of 400 doctoral recipients was selected from the population of 802 doctoral recipients who graduated from Trinity between the years of 1969 and March 1998. A mailed questionnaire was used to collect data. A total of 203 (50.0%) were returned. Frequency counts, percentage distributions, and chi-square tests of goodness-of-fit were employed to analyze the data. A profile of the modal type of student who would participate in theological distance education at the doctoral level was developed from the demographic variables queried. Responses to questions regarding respondents' educational experiences and coursework were solicited as well. Respondents identified five primary strengths of Trinity's distance education doctoral programs as: the convenience of the program; the immediate application of course content to personal and professional endeavors; the quality of education provided; the Biblical groundedness of the curricula, the materials, and the faculty; and the required reading and research. The three predominant weaknesses of Trinity's distance education doctoral programs as identified by program graduates include: the lack of interaction between students and faculty; the lack of regional accreditation; and course repetitiveness meaning that some courses offered repeated content from prior studies at a lower educational level. It was concluded that the future of theological higher education via distance learning is promising. Trinity has emerged as a dominant distance learning institution as a result of its continued exploration and advancements. However, Trinity and other similar distance education institutions must continually and consistently evaluate their programs ...
Date: August 1999
Creator: Ray, Abby A. (Abby Adams)
Partner: UNT Libraries

Breton Hat

Description: Hat in modified breton style of pale grey straw with light blue pleated fabric around high crown. Cream colored veil covers entire hat. Unlined. Designer's label on inside headband: "Miss Eileen"
Date: 1960
Creator: Miss Eileen
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Toque Hat

Description: Hat in toque style of black and tan rough straw. Braids of straw interwoven. Lined in black net. Retailer's label on inside headband: "Montaldo's"
Date: 1960
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hood

Description: Hat/hood of tan angora with scattered large golden discs/sequins applied over the entire surface. Hat covers head and back of neck, with panels that extend around to secure at center front under chin with one circular button and loop. Retailer's label sewn into right side panel: "Sacks Fifth Avenue" Price tag stapled to left side panel: "100" (1 dollar?)
Date: 1960/1969
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hat

Description: Hat of abstract multi-colored plastic. The hat is made of a plastic material, with a pinkish background and swirling abstract shapes of yellow, green, and blue. It has a high, cylindrical crown, flattened at top. The medium-width brim extends out and downwards. The crown is lined in white material, and the hat has an inner hatband of white ribbed ribbon.
Date: 1960/1969
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Slouch Hat

Description: Slouch hat of dark brown, medium brown and cream paper with high pillbox crown; wide floppy brim. Hat and brim stamped with various "tribal" symbols. Lined in orange and light olive striped material. Size tag attached to inside hatband: "23"
Date: 1960?
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pillbox Hat

Description: Pillbox hat of dark aqua blue linen with matching, gathered tulle veil edge. Headband is white grosgrain with lace. Two pink and three blue satin ribbon rosettes on inside crown.
Date: [1960..1969]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Picture Hat

Description: Picture hat of tan and green woven straw. Designed with a cylindrical crown, very slightly flattened with a gentle point at top. The wide brim starts at base of crown, curves up and then down again. The straw of the hat has been woven with concentric designs of various geometric patterns.
Date: 1960/1969
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hat

Description: Hat of natural straw. Similar to Peruvian folk wear, the hat has a conical crown, flattened at top, with smaller projecting cone at top from which extend red and yellow ribbons. The sides of the crown have alternating pattern bands of straw, including black, natural, and mixed, some with red yarn woven into them. The wide, flat brim is edged in black, and has a decorative stair-step pattern woven into the rolled under edge. From the sides of the brim, near the base of the crown, extend red and yellow ribbons (near front at each side), and a group of red, yellow, and green ribbons (at back). Unlined.
Date: 1960/1969
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design