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[Administration Building from Library Mall]

Description: Photograph of the Administration Building from the Library Mall on the UNT campus. There is a straight walkway that leads to it with greenery on one side and Willis Library on the other. People are walking on the pathways. On the back of the print is a handwritten note that reads "A. M. Willis Library - Exterior - c. 1996".
Date: 1996~
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Alfred Hurley at Owsley Foyer Dedication 2]

Description: Photograph of the former Chancellor of UNT, Alfred Hurley, speaking at the reception of the Owsley Foyer dedication in Willis Library. On the back of the print is a handwritten note that reads "A. M. Willis Library - Owsley Foyer Dedication - Chancellor Alfred Hurley - 12-16-1996 009".
Date: December 16, 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Alvin and Lucy Owsley portrait]

Description: Photograph of a framed portrait of Alvin and Lucy Owsley circa February, 1939 that was displayed in the Owsley Foyer in Willis Library after its dedication. There is a note at the bottom that reads "United States Minister to Denmark Alvin M. Owsley and Lucy Ball Owsley prepare to greet visiting U. S. Senator Phillip La Follette during a reception in Copenhagen in February, 1939. Owsley served as United States Minister to Romania (1933-1935), the Irish Free State (1935-1937), and Denmark (1937-1939)." The photographer is reflected in the glass of the frame.
Date: December 16, 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Alvin Owsley on Armstice Day]

Description: Photograph of a picture, that is displayed in a frame, of Alvin M. Owsley on Armistice Day. It was displayed in the Owsley Foyer after its dedication and a small paper beneath reads "National Commander of the American Legion Alvin M. Owsley addresses a crowd in Lincoln, Nebraska on Armistice Day in 1922. Owsley, born and raised in Denton, served as National Commander from 1922 to 1923."
Date: December 16, 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Appetizers at Sarah T. Hughes dedication]

Description: Photograph of a table with chips, dip, fruit, and cheese set up on it for the reception after the Judge Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room dedication. There are guests gathered behind it to the right and another table set up against the wall. On the back of the photograph is a note that reads "A. M. Willis Library Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room Dedication - 1996".
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bill and Mimi Walker donor plaque]

Description: Photograph of a donor plaque from the Judge Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room in Willis Library on the UNT campus. The plaque reads "To Recognize the Gift of Bill and Mimi Walker" and is attached to something wooden in the reading room.
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bill and Mimi Walker plaque]

Description: Photograph of an honorary plaque that reads "To recognize the gift of Bill and Mimi Walker", two donors that contributed to the funding for the Judge Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room project in Willis Library. The plaque is located on one of the pieces within the room.
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bill and Mimi Walker plaque 2]

Description: Photograph of a donor plaque from the Judge Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room in Willis Library on the UNT campus. The plaque reads "To Recognize the Gift of Bill and Mimi Walker" and is attached to something wooden in the reading room.
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Ceiling of Sandborn music room]

Description: Photograph of the ceiling tiles with a molding around each individual tile. There is recessed lighting in some and along the edges. Part of a window is visible and the top of a display case with old music materials is also in the shot. On the back of the print is a handwritten note that reads "A. M. Willis Library - Sandborne Room - 1996".
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Charldean Newell plaque]

Description: Photograph of a plaque that reads "To recognize the gift of Charldean Newell", who was one of the donors that contributed to the Judge Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room project in Willis Library. The plaque is on one of the lamps used in the room.
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Commemorative plaque for reading room]

Description: Photograph of a commemorative plaque for the reading room, in honor of Judge Sarah T. Hughes, in Willis Library. It reads "The establishment of this Reading Room to honor the leadership and works of Judge Sarah T. Hughes was made possible through a generous challenge grant from Hoblitzelle Foundation to which many who admired Judge Hughes were pleased to respond, including Women and the Law Section of the State Bar of Texas; Stemmons Foundation; Texas Bar Foundation; Florence Foundation; Dallas Chapter, Federal Bar Association, with Federal Litigation Section, Federal Bar Association; Bill and Mimi Walker; Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Wright; Lois Swan Jones, Preston and Jeffrey Jones Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P., Dallas Women Lawyer's Association; Ernest E. Figari, Jr.; William R. Weissman; Constance Tilghman Dudley; Walter L. Abbey; Jeffrey R. and Mickie S. Bragalone; Business and Professional Women's Foundation Board of Trustees; Hallberg Foundation, Viginia L. Winker, trustee; John Howie; Locke Purnell Rain Harrell Foundation; Regina Montoya; Louise B. Raggio; Judge and Mrs. Barefoot Sanders; Vial, Hamilton, Koch & Knox".
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Commemorative plaque for Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room]

Description: Photograph of a commemorative plaque for the reading room, in honor of Judge Sarah T. Hughes. The plaque reads, "The Judge Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room established September 1996 to honor the leadership and works of Sarah Tilghman Hughes August 2, 1896 - April 23, 1985; 'It is the responsibility of every individual to measure up, to grow in concern for community, nation, and world, in order to assure any role whatever for individual freedom.' - Judge Hughes; As she believed, she lived. When elected in 1930, Sarah T. Hughes was the youngest woman to serve in the Texas House of Representatives. In 1935 she became the first woman to serve as a Texas District Judge. She was elected every four years until 1961, when she became the first woman justice of the United States District Court of North Texas and the second woman to serve as a District Judge in the United States. She was the only woman to give the oath of office to a President of the United States, swearing in Lyndon B. Johnson in 1963. She also was an active community and professional leader, serving as a founding member of Hoblitzelle Foundation and as national president and international vice-president of the Federation of Business and Professional Women. Judge Hughes honored the Archives of the University of North Texas with the gift of her papers."
Date: 1996
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Computer carrels in Willis Library]

Description: Photograph of computer carrels inside of Willis Library. Most are empty but a student is using one on the right. Past them are rows of bookshelves filled with materials. On the back of the print is a handwritten note that reads "A. M. Willis Library".
Date: 1998~
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections