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[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
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[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Building the first TWU campus]

Description: Copy negative of construction workers building the first campus of TWU in Denton, originally called the Texas Industrial Institute and College for the Education of White Girls of the State of Texas in the Arts and Sciences.
Date: 1901~
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Investigation of Shinarump Channels on Oljetoh Mesa, Arizona - Utah

Description: From to the files: The Shinarump-Moenkopi contact on Oljetoh Mesa in the Monument Valley district, Arizona-Utah, was examined from November 5 to 15, 1951, to determine the location of and the mineralization in Shinarump channels. Twenty-seven distinct channel outcrops were located and examined. Three of these channel outcrops are mineralized and the remaining 24 are barren. Plate I shows the distribution of the Shinarump, the Moenkopi, and the DeChelly member of the Cutler formation; the location of the Shinarmp channel outcrops; the channel trend where there is good evidence for such a trend. The Hoskinrnini tongue of the Cutler was mapped with the Moenkopi as it is not a good mappable unit in this area. The three mineralized outcrops are indicated by the letters A, G, and AA while the barren outcrops bear the letters B to F and H to Z.
Date: January 29, 1952
Creator: Cutter, R. C.
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Investigational Drilling, Hoskinnini Mesa

Description: From to the files: To date, all the mineralization seen in the Monument Valley area in the Shinarump formation has been in scour channels. The mineralized rock occurs at or near the bottom of the channel. On Hoskinnini Mesa, all the channels examined to date contain some mineralized material. Channels observed may in some cases contain copper without apparent uranium mineralization; others definitely exhibit copper-uranium mineralization.
Date: May 15, 1952
Creator: Chester, John W. & Pitman, R. K.
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Geology of Horse Mesa, Arizona - New Mexico, with Recommendations for Wagon Drilling

Description: Abstract: Horse Mesa is in the Navajo Indian Reservation directly on the Arizona-New Mexico state line. Uranium-vanadium deposits in the Salt Wash sandstone which caps the Mesa are fairly widespread and small tonngges have been shipped from two mines. The deposits lie 60 to 75 feet above the base of the Salt Wash formation and possibly trend northwest parallel to ore trends on King Tutt Mesa, a mile northeast. Carnotite and vanoxite are the principal ore minerals. About 6,000 feet of wagon drilling is recommended to test two favorable areas. Continued exploration should be governed by results of this first stage drilling.
Date: September 10, 1952
Creator: King, John W.
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Report of the Advisory Committee on Construction During Adjudication

Description: Abstract: In the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Seabrook Opinion of January 6, 1978, the Commission directed that an internal study be made of: (1) the effect which would be achieved by relaxation of NRC's stay standards so that site-related issues in potentially troublesome nuclear power plant licensing proceedings could be taken up before utilities invest large sums of money and sites are irrevocably altered; and (2) ways in which the NRC's appellate administrative procedures could assure earlier resolution of all the issues arising out of nuclear power plant licensing and cut relitigation and piecemeal review to a minimum. In December of 1978, the Commission chose Gary Milhollin, a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin Law School to chair a study group composed of nine other members. These members were chosen by the heads of various offices within the Commission. This report describes the Committee's work, summarizes the data gathered by the Committee, and recommends action by the Commission.
Date: January 1980
Creator: Milhollin, Gary
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Safety Evaluation Report Related to the Operation of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, Units 2 and 3

Description: From introduction: This report is a safety evaluation report on the application for operating licenses for the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, Units 2 and 3 (San Onofre 2 and 3 or the facility). This report was prepared by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff (the NRC staff or the staff), and summarizes the results of our radiological safety review of the facility.
Date: February 1981
Creator: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation.
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Identification of New Unresolved Safety Issues Relating to Nuclear Power Plants

Description: From abstract: As a result of review by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) staff and extended collegial consultations and investigations within the NRC, the Commission has designated four new Unresolved Safety Issues (USIs). This report describes the process used to evaluate the large number of concerns and recommendations which resulted from the major investigations of the Three Mile Island-2 accident, as well as other events and investigations of the past year, and it identifies the four new USIs.
Date: March 1981
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