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[Photograph of Bill Brickle and his poodle fantasy]

Description: Photograph of Bill Brickle and his poodle fantasy. The gentleman in the center of the photograph, identified as Bill Brickle, is kneeling on his left knee and holding onto the paws of a poodle dressed in a show-girls dress gown. Three other poodles are seated around Bill Brickle and are sitting on their hindlegs and posing in their outfits.
Date: 1971-12/1972-01
Creator: Kriegsmann, James J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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The Good Investment

Description: Booklet entitled "The Good Investment" that informs potential investors about the opportunity of investing in the University of Dallas.
Date: 197X
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Artist's rendering of the Rural Trinity Route]

Description: Artist's rendering of the Rural Trinity Route of the Dallas-Fort Worth turnpike. The back of the image reads: "Rural Trinity Route - Artist's rendering of typical section of proposed Trinity Route of the Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike outside densely populated urban areas. Flanking the roadway are facilities for one type of sophisticated mass rapid transit system which could share Trinity Route right-of-way."
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[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

[Kiowa helicopters in flight]

Description: Photograph of three Kiowa helicopters in flight. Written on the back of the photo: "Photo 273304. Three U.S. Army OH-58A Kiowa observation helicopters fly in stacked formation above the Textron's Bell Helicopter Company facility at Fort Worth, Texas. The Army took delivery May 23 on the first of 2,200 of the light observation helicopters from Bell, which was awarded a $123,600,000 fixed-price contract in March, 1968 after winning a two-stage industry competition. 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
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[Advertisement for the University of Dallas]

Description: Single page advertisement for the University of Dallas, featuring the tower and four different lecturers along with the words "The University of Dallas: Most people have heard that its education is superb. Have they also heard that its faculty is exceptionally cosmopolitan? that its professors bring their learning from major universities of the world? They form one of the special things about the University of Dallas."
Date: 19XX
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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