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[Terrill Hall, 1951]

Description: Photograph of Terrill Hall at North Texas State College, 1951. Named for the third President, Menter B. Terrill, this was the second dormitory for women built on campus, erected between 1938-1939.
Date: 1951
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[Terrill Hall, 1951]

Description: Photograph of Terrill Hall at North Texas State College, 1951. Named for the third President, Menter B. Terrill, this was the second dormitory for women built on campus, erected between 1938-1939.
Date: 1951
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Oak Street Hall, 1951]

Description: Photograph of Oak Street Hall at North Texas State College. The east wing was the original part of the building, build in 1941-1942, as a two story, brick veneer apartment house erected by Mrs. W. J. McConnell. It was built to house one hundred women. A later addition increased the space and allowed another one hundred and twenty-five to be housed.
Date: 1951
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[Marquis Hall, 1951]

Description: Photograph of Marquis Hall at North Texas State College in 1951. Marquis Hall was the first dormitory built on campus, designed to house one hundred-twelve women.
Date: 1951
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[Little Dormitory Group, 1951]

Description: Aerial photograph of the Little Dormitory Group of North Texas State College, 1951. Circled in ink are the structures Bell Hall, Coke Hall, Culberson Hall, Hamilton Hall, Ireland Hall, Murrah Hall, Roberts Hall, Rose Hall, Throckmorton Hall, Runnells Hall, Cooks' Lounge and Toilets, and the Storage and Wash House.
Date: 1951
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[The assembly line at Bell Helicopter]

Description: Photograph of the assembly line at Bell Helicopter. On the back is written: "Photo 273305. The newest member of the U.S. Army's air mobile force, the OH-58A light observation helicopter, rolls down the assembly line at Textron's Bell Helicopter company in Fort Worth, Texas. The first of 2,200 OH-58A's was delivered to the Army Friday (May 23). Accepting the five-place, turbine-powered helicopter which is named the "Kioa," was Maj. Gen. John Norton, commanding general of the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command in St. Louis. Deliveries will continue through mid-1972. From: Public relations, Bell Helicopter (a Textron company), Box 482, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. Area code 817-280-2519."
Date: May 23, 1969
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Herman Totten surrounded by UNT SLIS faculty and staff]

Description: Herman Totten surrounded by School of Library and Information Science faculty and staff members in the Hurley administration building at the University of North Texas. Identified are Herman Totten, Phillip Turner, Donald Cleveland, Ana Cleveland, Yvonne Chandler, Paula King, Ray Von Dran, and William Moen.
Date: 1989
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