Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

University News and Publications:

An Inventory of Its Negatives Collection, 1967-1974, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Texas Tech University. Office of News and Publications
Title: University News and Publications Negatives Collection,
Dates: 1967-1974
Abstract: The collection contains negatives taken by staff of the Office of University News and Publications from 1967 to 1974.
Collection # U 184.4
Quantity: 2 Boxes (1.6 linear foot)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Organized under the Chancellor's division to handle news and information for the Texas Tech system, the Office of News and Publications is the central clearinghouse for publications produced for the system. It is also responsible for placing stories and sources in the state and national media and for bringing more prominence to the system.

The Office of News and Publications is divided into several bureaus: news for the University; news for the Health Sciences Center; publications; video news releases; advertising campaigns and various publications.

The department has gone by several names over the decades. Prior to it's connection to the Chancellor's Office the department was called Public Information (1950s-1960s), Information Services (1960-1980s) and currently goes by the name Office of Communications and Marketing (2000s).


Scope and Content

The collection consists of 8,326 Negatives, 12 contact sheets, 1 slide and 1 print. The images were taken by staff of the Office of University News and Publications from 1967 to 1974 and documents various aspects of Texas Tech University life, including its campus, staff, faculty, students and related research and outreach projects.


Organization

The collection is arranged according to the original job number listed on the negatives. Most of the job numbers were in chronological order.

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research


Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Hope, Bob, 1903-2003.
Murray, Grover E. (Grover Elmer), 1916-
Smith, Preston, 1912-
Subjects (Organizations)
Texas Tech University--Buildings--Photographs.
Texas Tech University. Museum.
Texas Tech University. Office of News and Publications.
Texas Tech University--Photographs.
Texas Tech University--Public relations.
Texas Tech University. School of Law.
Subjects (Places)
Lubbock (Tex.)
Subjects
College publicity--Texas--Lubbock.
Commencement ceremonies--Texas.
Mascots--Texas--Lubbock.
Press releases--Texas--Lubbock.
School publicity--Texas--Lubbock.

Related Material

For related materials located in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, see the following manuscript collections:

  • Information Services Records, 1936-1978
  • Information Services Negative Collection, 1951-1996 and undated
  • Public Information Records, 1858-1991
  • Public Information Records, 1958-1970
  • University News and Publications Photographs, undated
  • University News and Publications Photographs, 1935-1992 and undated
  • University News and Publications Records, 1961-1980
  • University News and Publications Photographs, 1966-1997
  • University News and Publications Records, 1997-1998
  • University News and Publications Records, 1925-2000 and undated

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

University News and Publications Negatives Collection, 1967-1974, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Gift, undated

Processed by

Casey Edwards, 2016


Collection Inventory

Negatives

box folder
1 1 Sleeve #1 – Music: Tech Drum Major (12 negatives), 1974
1 Sleeve #2 – Bob Hope and band presentation at General Dad’s Day game (12 negatives, 12 contact sheets), November 15, 1974
1 Sleeve #3 – Gardener in flower bed by administration building (7 negatives), April 12, 1973
1 Sleeve #4 – Johnny Bole, Masked Rider (1 negative, 1 slide), 1973
1 Sleeve #5– Dr. Kelsey, Masked Rider (12 negatives), December 1, 1972
1 Sleeve #6 – Interior of Dean’s Office (6 negatives), 1973
1 Sleeve #7 – Dr. Murray and Board of Regents at 1973 Graduation (17 negatives), 1973
1 Sleeve #8 – Band on field (1 negative), January 17, 1973
1 Sleeve #9 – Aerials (18 negatives), January 17, 1973
1 Sleeve #10 – Dr. Murray; Board of Regents (18 negatives, 1 print), June 2, 1973
2 Sleeve #1 – Fountain (12 negatives), 1973
2 Sleeve #2 – Meeting area at UC (12 negatives), 1973
2 Sleeve #3 – Charles Verna (2 negatives), December 26, 1972
2 Sleeve #4 – Med School: Preston Smith signing contract (24 negatives), March 30, 1971
2 Sleeve #5 – Museum: Rita Isham (1 negative), March 30, 1971
2 Sleeve #6 – Jones Stadium (2 negatives), 1971
2 Sleeve #7 – Women’s PE: Archery (4 negatives), 1971
2 Sleeve #8 – Dorm Life (5 negatives), 1971
2 Sleeve #9 – Law School: Architecture Remodeling (2 negatives), 1971
2 Sleeve #10 – Bookstore Interior (2 negatives), 1971
3 Sleeve #1 – Exterior of plant science (2 negatives), 1971
3 Sleeve #2 – Engineering (1 negative), 1971
3 Sleeve #3 – Exterior of old president’s home (2 negatives), 1971
3 Sleeve #4 – Exterior of dorms (7 negatives), 1971
3 Sleeve #5 – Exterior of chemistry building (1 negative), 1971
3 Sleeve #6 – Exterior of administration building (2 negatives), 1971
3 Sleeve #7 – Band Majorettes (1 negative), 1971
3 Sleeve #8 – Aerials (6 negatives), 1971
3 Sleeve #9 – Interior of greenhouse (9 negatives), October 18, 1971
4 Sleeve #1 – Medical School: Group portrait of incoming freshman class at Drane Hall (1 negative), June 1972
4 Sleeve #2 – Copy portraits of Board of Regents (11 negatives), 1969
4 Sleeve #3 – ICASALS: Visitors touring facilities (14 negatives), January 11, 1971
4 Sleeve #4 – General Campus: Double T formed by art and architecture buildings (4 negatives), January 13, 1971
4 Sleeve #5 – Information Services: Copy of Playa Lake (2 negatives), January 20, 1971
4 Sleeve #6 – Agricultural Science: Brochure work for Jim Graves (24 negatives), January 22, 1971
4 Sleeve #7 – Water Resource Center: Stiak Creek; copy from slide (2 negatives), January 24, 1971
4 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Dr. Wallace in class; art class outside (71 negatives), January 29, 1971
4 Sleeve #9 – Agricultural Office: Photos for Eggenboger brochure (48 negatives), January 1971
4 Sleeve #10 – Home Economics: Class picture at high schools and university hospital (46 negatives), January 1971
4 Sleeve #11 – KTXT: Studio pictures (9 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #1 – Athletics Department: Portraits of coaches (8 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #2 – General Campus: Wiggins, art, architecture, and museum (22 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #3 – Museum: Individual pictures of buildings (10 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #4 – Animal Science: Meats lab, cutting meats (15 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #5 – Chemistry: Dr. Shine in front of chemistry building (9 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #6 – ICASALS: Dr. Childs, councilman and others (5 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #7 – Geoscience: Dr. Miller and Dr. Wade with MIT consultant (5 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #8 – Music: Copy of Los Indios Tabajarees group (4 negatives), undated
5 Sleeve #9 – Development: Dinner entertainment speakers (12 negatives), January 1971
5 Sleeve #10 – Personnel: Training of minority groups in secretary skills (14 negatives), January 4, 1971
5 Sleeve #11 – ICASALS: Copies of slides (10 negatives), January 11, 1971
5 Sleeve #12 – Information Services: Copy of cotton field (2 negatives), January 11, 1971
5 Sleeve #13 – Music: Dean Killhon at Kiwanis Club (3 negatives), January 14, 1971
5 Sleeve #14 – English: Speakers for comp. literature (12 negatives), January 19, 1971
5 Sleeve #15 – Music: Copy of Arch Martin with trombone (1 negative), undated
6 Sleeve #1 – Agricultural Science: Exterior of north side of agronomy (4 negatives), January 20, 1971
6 Sleeve #2 – Information Services: Three Englishmen with stranded bus (7 negatives), January 20, 1971
6 Sleeve #3 – Agricultural Science: Oregne and Noor Mohammed in greenhouse (4 negatives), January 22, 1971
6 Sleeve #4 – Aerospace Studies: Cadet officers, sergeant promoted, and Captain Kipfer promoted to major (2 negatives), January 22, 1971
6 Sleeve #5 – Credit Union: Stockholders meeting (4 negatives), January 29, 1971
6 Sleeve #6 – Aerospace Studies: Sergeant Wills B. McLendon Jr. promoted to master sergeant (5 negatives), January 29, 1971
6 Sleeve #7 – President’s Wing: Texaco gives check to Murray (4 negatives), February 1971
6 Sleeve #8 – KTXT: Two musicians (4 negatives), February 2, 1971
6 Sleeve #9 – President’s Wing: Copy of slide; Murray standing beside Yucca (2 negatives), February 3, 1971
6 Sleeve #10 – Park Administration: Lecturer from Houston (5 negatives), February 4, 1971
6 Sleeve #11 – New Construction (41 negatives), February 10, 1971
6 Sleeve #12 – New Construction (8 negatives), February 12, 1971
6 Sleeve #13 – Animal Science: Exterior of meat lab (6 negatives), February 15, 1971
7 Sleeve #1 – Law School: Court Team (18 negatives), February 16, 1971
7 Sleeve #2 – Theater: Pictures of play (23 negatives), February 17, 1971
7 Sleeve #3 – Foundation: Lloyd Lanot, Beckwith, and Brummell in Board of Regents room (23 negatives), February 23, 1971
7 Sleeve #4 – Information Services: Copy of Robert Sutherland (4 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #5 – Speaker’s Series: Copy portrait of Dr. Martino Marty (3 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #6 – Animal Science: Livestock Judging Team (9 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #7 – President’s Wing: Comptroller’s Office; bookkeepers and Jerry Quinn (7 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Chemistry building and students (13 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #9 – General Campus: Chemistry building exterior (3 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #10 – General Campus: Library with students by administration building (3 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: Surveying (24 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #12 – ICASALS: Sylla, visitor from Africa (6 negatives), February 1971
7 Sleeve #13 – Electrical Engineering: URPS and professor (27 negatives), February 1971
8 Sleeve #1 – General Campus: Snow scenes for top of art and archaeology building (44 negatives), February 1971
8 Sleeve #2 – Chemistry: Dr. Shoppe (34 negatives), February 1971
8 Sleeve #3 – National Association of Educational Broadcasters, four men, and presentations (3 negatives), February 1971
8 Sleeve #4 – Aerospace Studies: Colonel receiving Legion of Merit award and outstanding cadet (7 negatives), February 1971
8 Sleeve #5 – Biology: Dean Graves presenting O. B. Williams Award to James Strong (3 negatives), February 2, 1971
8 Sleeve #6 – Military Science: Sergeant Kidd receiving award (2 negatives), February 3, 1971
8 Sleeve #7 – Aerospace Studies: AFROTC boy scouts (6 negatives), February 4, 1971
8 Sleeve #8 – World Affairs Conference: Group picture of committee (4 negatives), February 4, 1971
8 Sleeve #9 – Music: Dr. Mannard at organ (2 negatives), February 4, 1971
8 Sleeve #10 – Central Food Facilities: Preparation of food in dining hall (30 negatives), February 4, 1971
8 Sleeve #11 – Water Resources: George Mahon at meeting at Red Raider Inn (20 negatives), February 5, 1971
8 Sleeve #12 – Geoscience: Boys with globe of Mars (6 negatives), February 19, 1971
8 Sleeve #13 – Arts and Science: FLEM (8 negatives), February 24, 1971
9 Sleeve #1 – Arts and Science: Art (3 negatives), February 24, 1971
9 Sleeve #2 – Geoscience: Preparing to go on field trip (3 negatives), February 25, 1971
9 Sleeve #3 – Arts and Science: Man with weather diagram (6 negatives), February 25, 1971
9 Sleeve #4 – Law School: Women accepted into law fraternity (16 negatives), March 11, 1971
9 Sleeve #5 – Law School: Women accepted into law fraternity (3 negatives), March 11, 1971
9 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: Class outside administration building, students on steps (14 negatives), March 16, 1971
9 Sleeve #7 – Law School: Basketball team courtroom with two students (12 negatives), March 17, 1971
9 Sleeve #8 – Home Economics: Dr. Lamb and students (4 negatives), March 30, 1971
9 Sleeve #9 – Agricultural Science: Schuster, Bertrand, and Dalnynple (6 negatives), March 1971
9 Sleeve #10 – Law School: Winners of decal contest (4 negatives), March 1971
9 Sleeve #11 – Southwest Collection: Pictures of three men looking over books of weaving plow (8 negatives), March 1971
9 Sleeve #12 – Animal Science: Cattle sale at Pantex (10 negatives), March 1971
9 Sleeve #13 – Animal Science: Dr. Edwards with Zinn and Curl (5 negatives), March 1971
9 Sleeve #14 – Electrical Engineering (5 negatives), March 1971
9 Sleeve #15 – Student Life: Mortar board (30 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #1 – Architecture: Army plaque to architecture department (10 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #2 – Home Economics: Brochure pictures (74 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Chitwood balcony damage (13 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #4 – Museum: Mr. Kingman with group (9 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #5 – Animal Science: Dr. J. J. Willingham retires; dairy sciences (12 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #6 – Agricultural Science: Crop Judging Team (5 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #7 – Military Science: Promotion of captain to major (4 negatives), undated
10 Sleeve #8 – Film: German play (23 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #9 – Accounting: Arthur Anderson and company (5 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #10 – KTXT: Interview with man from state department (4 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #11 – Information Services: Feature stuff on Dorothy Pigeon (8 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #12 – Residence: Students inspecting new dorm room (5 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #13 – ICASALS: Mr. Laid (3 negatives), March 1971
10 Sleeve #14 – President’s Wing: Preston Smith (2 negatives), March 1971
11 Sleeve #1 – Agricultural Science: Building exterior (1 negative), March 1971
11 Sleeve #2 – Business Administration: Check from Texaco (4 negatives), March 1, 1971
11 Sleeve #3 – Military Science: T Rifles leaving for Washington (12 negatives), April 1, 1971
11 Sleeve #4 – History: Student who found 1829 historical records in old file cabinet (5 negatives), March 8, 1971
11 Sleeve #5 – Foundation: Pictures of stocks and boards (12 negatives), March 9, 1971
11 Sleeve #6 – Mass Communications: Dinsberg Scholars (4 negatives), March 16, 1971
11 Sleeve #7 – Music: Band (14 negatives), March 16, 1971
11 Sleeve #8 – President’s Wing: Mrs. Murray (7 negatives), March 17, 1971
11 Sleeve #9 – Business Administration: Foreign students in advertising (13 negatives), March 1971
11 Sleeve #10 – New Construction (18 negatives), April 10, 1971
11 Sleeve #11 – Museum: Windmill (8 negatives), April 25, 1971
11 Sleeve #12 – Building Maintenance: Welding shop; three men with welders (2 negatives), April 1971
11 Sleeve #13 – Engineering: Copy portraits of four distinguished engineers (4 negatives), April 1971
11 Sleeve #14 – Geoscience: Awards (8 negatives), April 1971
11 Sleeve #15 – Animal Science: Foreign visitor in animal science (7 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #1 – Agricultural Science: Presentation to dean of agricultural science (4 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #2 – Agricultural Science: FFA Judging Team (12 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #3 – Law School: Judge Ellis, Joy, and Reynolds with Bruce Magnoss (4 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #4 – Law School: School of Librarians; plaque on the wall (5 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #5 – President’s Wing: President’s Council group picture (30 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #6 – Women’s PE: Dancing (5 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #7 – Home Economics: Dean Tinsley at banquet (6 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #8 – Graduate School: Copy portraits for computer science (5 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #9 – ICASALS: Visitor from Batswana (4 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #10 – AFROTC: Katherine Baker receiving Angel Flight Award (5 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #11 – Military Science: President’s Retreat (25 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #12 – Chemistry: Open House (18 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #13 – WIN: TV camera in classroom (35 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #14 – Information Services: Dorothy Pigeon (7 negatives), April 1971
12 Sleeve #15 – Library Week: Students in library (5 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #1 – Rodeo Association: Pictures for rodeo (11 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #2 – Registrar: High school student during Tech High School Day (9 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #3 – Speech and Hearing: Man, woman, camera man, and boy (6 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #4 – Agricultural Science: Block and Bridal (5 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #5 – Mass Communications: Advertising Committee (4 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #6 – Arts and Science: Junk shots in new chemistry building (36 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #7 – Arts and Science: Herford Debate Members at contest (2 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #8 – ICASALS: Noon Luncheon (7 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #9 – Electrical Engineering: Two Honor Students (3 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #10 – Electrical Engineering: Presentation of equipment to Cameo (9 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #11 – Electrical Engineering: James Cato with equipment (5 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #12 – Business Administration: Dr. Rushing Retirement Party (4 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #13 – Business Administration: Girl receiving award of merit (4 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #14 – Women’s PE: Presentation of award (3 negatives), April 1971
13 Sleeve #15 – Math: Professor Gray and two graduate school students (4 negatives), April 1971
14 Sleeve #1 – Biology: Copy of Antarctic slide with penguins (5 negatives), April 1971
14 Sleeve #2 – Art: Winner in design (4 negatives), April 5, 1971
14 Sleeve #3 – New Construction (9 negatives), May 10, 1971
14 Sleeve #4 – Military Science: Senator Jones, Dr. Murray, Col. Baumgardner, and Col. Hodge before commissioning exercise (4 negatives), May 15, 1971
14 Sleeve #5 – Military Science: Presenting scholarships to high school graduates (4 negatives), May 1971
14 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: Old Farm House in foreground with Law, Business Administration, and Wiggins Complex in background (5 negatives), May 1971
14 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Exterior of theater (21 negatives), May 1971
14 Sleeve #8 – Medical School: New building (12 negatives), May 1971
14 Sleeve #9 – General Campus: Registration Summer 1971 (2 negatives), May 1971
14 Sleeve #10 – ARS: Dr. Zyla’s copies (10 negatives), May 1, 1971
14 Sleeve #11 – Mechanical Engineering: Woody and Kirley (4 negatives), May 8, 1971
14 Sleeve #12 – Development: Wills Seminar (10 negatives), May 1971
14 Sleeve #13 – General Campus: Counseling prior to summer registration (3 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #1 – ICASALS: Austrian visitor (9 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #2 – Medical School: Copy from aerial (11 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #3 – Ex-students activities (35 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #4 – Agricultural Science: Aggie Breakfast (7 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #5 – Agricultural Science: Sam Curl at meeting (13 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #6 – Engineering: AF contractors meeting (3 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #7 – President’s Wing: Mayor Granberry with Murray (4 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #8 – Music: Instructor with synthesizer (4 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #9 – Theater: Four people working on set (5 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #10 – Biology: Copy of bay (3 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #11 – Agricultural Science: Vocational Workshop (7 negatives), May 1971
15 Sleeve #12 – New Construction (5 negatives), June 10, 1971
15 Sleeve #13 – Athletic Department: Jones Stadium (6 negatives), June 16, 1971
15 Sleeve #14 – Petroleum Engineering: Playa Lakes (15 negatives), June 28, 1971
15 Sleeve #15 – General Campus: Law School (5 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #1 – Arts and Sciences: Journalism (6 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #2 – Medical School: Buessler, Murray, Clifford, Jones, and McMillion in front of Drane Hall (15 negatives), May 1, 1971
16 Sleeve #3 – Home Economics: Federal Housing and Administration Workshop (14 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #4 – Home Economics: Magaret Hardin and Roy Paris (6 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #5 – Mass Communication: Muller with map (5 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #6 – Arts and Science: Theater (10 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #7 – Art: Leather art (5 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #8 – Animal Science: Meats lab, short course (9 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #9 – Animal Science: Leland Tribble with hog (5 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #10 – Education: School Administration Conference (3 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #11 – Athletics Department: Cheerleader School (11 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #12 – Agricultural Science: Agronomy (5 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #13 – Biology: Waste recycle single cell protein (6 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #14 – English: Sneak pictures of professor in English building who received award (14 negatives), June 1971
16 Sleeve #15 – Business Administration: Visitor of state department (5 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #1 – Biology: Dr. Thayer and feedlot run off (5 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #2 – Foundation: Past directors pictures hanging in administration building (8 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #3 – Biology: Mesquite trees, paper waste, and cattle for waste study (18 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #4 – Home Economics: Federal Housing Administration (15 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #5 – Home Economics: Dr. Tinsley retires (2 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: English exterior with students (4 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Reflections in chemistry building showing administration building (5 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Advertisement for Houston; post girl in window and chemistry auditorium (40 negatives), June 1971
17 Sleeve #9 – Saddle Tramps at SWC circle (12 negatives), July 1, 1971
17 Sleeve #10 – Chemical Engineering: NACE Award to Rangel Newell (5 negatives), July 2, 1971
18 Sleeve #1 – General Campus: Preregistration (4 negatives), July 5, 1971
18 Sleeve #2 – New Construction (9 negatives), July 10, 1971
18 Sleeve #3 – Electrical Engineering: Western Electric Group Pictures (4 negatives), July 16, 1971
18 Sleeve #4 – President’s Wing: United Fund (6 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #5 – Military Science: Commissioning of two cadets (7 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #6 – Museum: Pictures of hills and sprinkler system (8 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #7 – Museum: Moving logs (4 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Freshman pre-registration pictures (17 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #9 – General Campus: Freshmen at preregistration (5 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #10 – Home Economics: Pictures at University Hospital for brochure (17 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #11 – Home Economics: Brochures; Dr. Yang pictures taken in April, July, and October (70 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #12 – Military Science: Citation Award (3 negatives), July 1971
18 Sleeve #13 – Agricultural Science: Swine short course (12 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #1 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Oregne with workshop speaker (2 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #2 – Dad’s Association: Executive committee meeting (10 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #3 – ICASALS: Visitor from Africa (52 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #4 – Agricultural Science: Cecil Ayers with Seed Tech Tour (4 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #5 – Music: Band Camp (62 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #6 – Men’s Intramurals: Brochure (23 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #7 – Theater: High School Workshop (4 negatives), July 1971
19 Sleeve #8 – Group standing in front of Law School (6 negatives), August 21, 1971
19 Sleeve #9 – Dad’s Association: Foundation members; scholarship winners (24 negatives), August 1971
19 Sleeve #10 – ICASALS: Idris Traylor with foreign clothing (4 negatives), August 1971
19 Sleeve #11 – New Construction (6 negatives), August 10, 1971
19 Sleeve #12 – AF ROTC: New commander and cadet (4 negatives), August 1971
19 Sleeve #13 – Army ROTC: Awards presentation (10 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #1 – Korean students with hosts (3 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #2 – Museum: Reconstruction of Rock House (10 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #3 – ICASALS: Plyn Lakes (6 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #4 – Electrical Engineering: Dr. Ekerhogen of Germany with students (5 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #5 – Civil Engineering: Two men with old government pamphlet, “Homemakers Opportunity” (5 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #6 – Electrical Engineering: Students with visitor (4 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #7 – Business Administration: Author Anderson Grant (4 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #8 – Dad’s Association: Foundation Members (4 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #9 – Dictum: Girl with plaque-snake area (9 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #10 – Animal Science: Dr. Lennon and Dr. Tribble with pigs (6 negatives), June 1971
20 Sleeve #11 – Registrar: Girl with new type of Tech ID (6 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #12 – Ag. Science: Dean presenting scholarship from SOAR (3 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #13 – Music: Band feature shots; marching and preparation for Tech Ball Bonus (53 negatives), August 1971
20 Sleeve #14 – Business Administration: Red carpet treatment for business administration visitor at airport (9 negatives), August 1971
21 Sleeve #1 – Construction Report (10 negatives), September 10, 1971
21 Sleeve #2 – Farm and ranch workshop at Law School (6 negatives), September 26, 1970
21 Sleeve #3 – English: Dr. Murray and Zylor as comparative literature book is presented (5 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #4 – Mass Communications: Foreign advertising students (12 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #5 – Agricultural Science: Ulick with plaque (7 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #6 – Law School: Riddle gets scholarship (3 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #7 – Law School: Dictum copy (4 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #8 – Ten thousand dollar carpet given to Law School (3 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #9 – Ex Students: Reception (3 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #10 – Museum: Rock House (4 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #11 – Chemical Engineering: Well Rupture (15 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #12 – Dad’s Association: Dean Allen with student (4 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #13 – Residence: Moving into dorms (6 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #14 – Electrical Engineering: Two students with oilfield model (6 negatives), September 1971
21 Sleeve #15 – Electrical Engineering: Mr. Vines with equipment presented by Honeywell (6 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #1 – Electrical Engtineering: Two students with cameras (16 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #2 – Chemical Engineering receives check (4 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #3 – Engineering receiving check from Texaco Oil (4 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #4 – Engineering: Short course, oil field (20 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #5 – President’s Wing: Murray receives check from Phillips Oil (3 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #6 – Agricultural Science: Copy of field and brush control (5 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #7 – Home Economics: Dr. Yang and graduate students, diet (5 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #8 – ICASALS: Copies of slides of Rio Grande (6 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #9 – ICASALS: Two groups at Festival 1971 (10 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #10 – ICASALS: Councilman and Crawford presenting golf balls to Morganti (4 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #11 – Agricultural Science: Reception (5 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #12 – Agricultural Science: Cotton and pickers (2 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #13 – Animal Science: Max Lennon with pig (3 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #14 – Speech and Theater: Marrat Sade (14 negatives), September 1971
22 Sleeve #15 – Mass Communications: Foreign advertising students (5 negatives), September 1971
23 Sleeve #1 – Speech: Several students reading dictation (4 negatives), September 1971
23 Sleeve #2 – Foreign Language: Zyla presenting Kafka Bak to Dr. Murray (3 negatives), September 1971
23 Sleeve #3 – Agricultural Science: Ranch Seminar (4 negatives), October 4, 1971
23 Sleeve #4 – General Campus: Law School exteriors and others (17 negatives), October 7, 1971
23 Sleeve #5 – Construction Report (16 negatives), October 10, 1971
23 Sleeve #6 – ICASALS: 1971 Festival of the Arts (4 negatives), October 29, 1971
23 Sleeve #7 – Mrs. O. R. Carls with Tech Century Club (2 negatives), October 30, 1971
23 Sleeve #8 – Student Life: Who’s Who Mugshots (10 negatives), October 1971
23 Sleeve #9 – Home Economics: Dr. Lamb and Dr. Yang (9 negatives), October 1971
23 Sleeve #10 – Engineering: Kristinson with two people in plasma lab (6 negatives), October 1971
23 Sleeve #11 – Fall Foundation Meeting (10 negatives), October 1971
23 Sleeve #12 – Women’s League of Voters at airport (6 negatives), October 1971
23 Sleeve #13 – Aerospace Studies: AF ROTC Distinguished Cadet’s Awards (9 negatives), October 1971
23 Sleeve #14 – Museum: Open House (29 negatives), October 1971
23 Sleeve #15 – Engineering: Conoco Grants (8 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #1 – Industrial Engineering: Perryman Award (5 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #2 – Law School: Dr. Hinchey examining blueprints at Law School (6 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #3 – Engineering: Western Electric check presented to student (5 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #4 – Engineering: Halliburton Award (3 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #5 – President’s Wing: Murray given United fund check (2 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #6 – Ex Students: Distinguished Alums Banquet (23 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #7 – Ex Students: Award presentation (2 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #8 – Law School: Two groups for dictum (10 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #9 – ICASALS: Botswani visitors (57 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #10 – Business Administration: Folly’s grant to business administration (3 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #11 – Art: Morrow and art show director with print (4 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #12 – Music: Stage Band (7 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #13 – Music: Dr. Maynord at the organ (5 negatives), October 1971
24 Sleeve #14 – Geosciences: Two scholarships from Getty Oil Company (6 negatives), October 1971
25 Sleeve #1 – Art: Vicki Daniels and Professor Harrghton (4 negatives), October 1971
25 Sleeve #2 – Art: Robert Fointer and Lockhart; Inv. Art Exhibit (5 negatives), October 1971
25 Sleeve #3 – Accounting: Tax Institute (4 negatives), October 1971
25 Sleeve #4 – Music: Band Practice (17 negatives), November 1, 1971
25 Sleeve #5 – Construction Report (10 negatives), November 10, 1971
25 Sleeve #6 – Foreign Language: Dr. Murray and Finco (5 negatives), November 10, 1971
25 Sleeve #7 – Theater: “Death of a Salesman” (14 negatives), November 10, 1971
25 Sleeve #8 – Student Association: Bill Scott and Dennis Graham (4 negatives), November 1971
25 Sleeve #9 – Construction Report (8 negatives), November 1971
25 Sleeve #10 – Military Science: Terrian rifles; awards ceremony (3 negatives), November 1971
25 Sleeve #11 – Agricultural Sciences: Ann Hunter (7 negatives), November 1971
25 Sleeve #12 – ICASALS: Batswana visitor (12 negatives), undated
25 Sleeve #13 – Two men walking (5 negatives), November 1971
25 Sleeve #14 – Athletic Department: Molinere receives plaque and scholarship (5 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #1 – Business Administration: Clay cuff objects at Lone Star Ceramics (10 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #2 – Agricultural Science: Aggie Pig Roast Awards (11 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #3 – Agricultural Engineering: Co-op scholarships (5 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #4 – President’s Wing: Dr. Childs with director of Natural Science Foundation (4 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #5 – Military Science: Army ROTC Awards (7 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #6 – President’s Wing: Windsmill presented to Murray and Bill WoH (3 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #7 – Art: Student with art exhibit (5 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #8 – Music: Conductor (4 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #9 – Geosciences: Dr. Brand Kelly preparing for field trip (2 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #10 – Information Services: Pictures of oil lamp and book for brochure (8 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #11 – Athletic Department: Lynn Anderson in cheerleader uniform on basketball court (12 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #12 – Foreign Language: Mrs. Koh and three students studying Chinese (7 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #13 – Foreign Languages: Scenes from play (7 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #14 – Geoscience: Dr. Bill Miller and recipient of Penngnel Scholarship (5 negatives), November 1971
26 Sleeve #15 – Home Economics: Dr. Young (5 negatives), November 1971
27 Sleeve #1 – Home Economics: Homemakers Association (4 negatives), November 1971
27 Sleeve #2 – Law School: Moot court winners (1 negative), November 1971
27 Sleeve #3 – Dean’s Office: Dean Steele with J. Ross Peroit (4 negatives), November 1971
27 Sleeve #4 – Music: Paul Ellsworth, Bill Lucas, and tuba player (3 negatives), December 1, 1971
27 Sleeve #5 – Construction Report (21 negatives), December 10, 1971
27 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: Christmas lights for buildings on campus (12 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #7 – Textile Engineering: Dr. Johnson and assistant with machine that removes oil slicks (5 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #8 – President’s Wing: Reception for staff and faculty (9 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #9 – President’s Wing: Murray presented book by Dr. Bart (3 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #10 – Aerospace Studies: ROTC commissioning exercises (3 negatives), undated
27 Sleeve #11 – Aerospace Studies: Father commissioning his son (4 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #12 – Home Economics: Longworth presenting check (15 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #13 – Home Economics: Donald Longworth at desk (9 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #14 – General Campus: Bath Ryon with Will Rogers (10 negatives), December 1971
27 Sleeve #15 – Education: Distinguished teacher awards (3 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #1 – Agricultural Sciences: HEN Air Pollution portable trailer (6 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #2 – General Campus: Aggie Student with girl (4 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Rita Isham (33 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #4 – Museum: Lucy Johnson Nugget presenting charter (8 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #5 – Business Administration: Building exterior (31 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #6 – Agricultural Science: Crop Judging Team (4 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #7 – ICASALS: Meeting on computer information on arid lands (3 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #8 – Range Management: Schuster with mesquite harvesters (10 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #9 – English: Copies; comparative literature (11 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #10 – Men’s Intramurals: Presenting three awards (4 negatives), December 1971
28 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: Students (6 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #1 – Law School: Court room discussions (4 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #2 – General Campus: Carol of Lights; Christmas lights on old building (2 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Amon G. Carter plaza sign (4 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #4 – General Campus: Graduation Commencement (36 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #5 – General Campus: Bookstore interior and exterior (13 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: Library building exterior (48 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Wiggins Complex exterior (7 negatives), 1971
29 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Administrative building in the summer (9 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #1 – General Campus: Students and landscape (20 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #2 – General Campus: Law School exterior (3 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Students in classrooms and outside art building (4 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #4 – General Campus: Interior of English building (2 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #5 – General Campus: Exteriors of art and architecture building (3 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: UC interior (1 negative), 1971
30 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Home economics building exterior with students (18 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Business administration interior (9 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #9 – Military Science: Col. Baumgardner and Baumgardner (6 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #10 – Aerospace Studies: ROTC Awards Ceremony (6 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: Fence with ecology sign (4 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #12 – President’s Wing: President (2 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #13 – General Campus: Interiors of business administration classroom (7 negatives), 1971
30 Sleeve #14 – Aerial of dorm (3 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #1 – Athletic Department (40 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #2 – Spanish and Indian displays (8 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #3 – Meats Lab interior (8 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #4 – Exterior of theater (8 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #5 – Exteriors of BA, Biology, Art and English Buildings (22 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #6 – Will Rogers statue (2 negatives), undated
31 Sleeve #7 – Students (20 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #8 – Museum: Mr. and Mrs. Holden (9 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #9 – Museum: Windmill (15 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #10 – Arts and Science: Dr. Graves (10 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #11 – Petroleum Engineering: Charts for presentation (12 negatives), 1971
31 Sleeve #12 – Students in front of business administration building (20 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #1 – Mass Communications: Dr. Ross with students (4 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #2 – Chemistry: Dr. Shoppe with machine (4 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #3 – Chemistry building exterior (1 negative), 1971
32 Sleeve #4 – Home Economics: Cooking class (11 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #5 – Textile Engineering: Weaving looms (7 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #6 – Engineering: Dr. Christian with students (15 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #7 – University Theater: Amphitryon (23 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #8 – University Theater: Amphitryon (36 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #9 – University Theater: Amphitryon (34 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #10 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Thomas, Cristie Senator, and Mr. Williams (3 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #11 – Assorted exteriors of campus buildings (53 negatives), 1971
32 Sleeve #12 – New Construction (33 negatives), 1971
33 Sleeve #1 – New Construction (2 negatives), January 10, 1972
33 Sleeve #2 – Law School: Drug speaker (3 negatives), January 25, 1971
33 Sleeve #3 – Agricultural Science: Man with horse and cow; cover shot (13 negatives), January 30, 1972
33 Sleeve #4 – Graduate School: 3-ESAN Scholarship Winners (10 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #5 – Aerospace Studies: Col. Baker presenting awards to Sgt. Gable (4 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #6 – Military Science: Presenting awards (6 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #7 – Military Science: General Cassady presenting medal (4 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #8 – Development: George Fielding, Optimist Club (3 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #9 – General Campus: Wiggins, Art and Architecture, FLandM, Hulen and Clement, Electrical Engineering, Museum, and Library (20 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #10 – Music: Jerry with organ (8 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #11 – Agricultural Science: Bertrand and Baumgardner with aerial photo readout (5 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #12 – Music: Beaux Arts Quartet (7 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #13 – Medical School: Counseling and library (17 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #14 – English: Comparative Literature Symposium (19 negatives), January 1972
33 Sleeve #15 – Museum: Dr. Mayer Oalss (10 negatives), January 1972
34 Sleeve #1 – Mass Communications: Summer Workshop (21 negatives), January 1972
34 Sleeve #2 – President’s Wing: “Tech Day” at the museum (17 negatives), February 1, 1972
34 Sleeve #3 – New Construction (32 negatives), February 10, 1972
34 Sleeve #4 – New Construction (9 negatives), February 10, 1972
34 Sleeve #5 – Bookdrive (5 negatives), February 14, 1972
34 Sleeve #6 – Business Administration: “Helping Small Businesses” Program (10 negatives), February 1972
34 Sleeve #7 – Medical School: Map (6 negatives), February 1972
34 Sleeve #8 – Office of Information staff group portrait (4 negatives), February 1972
34 Sleeve #9 – Aerospace Studies: Col. Baker with cadets who won scholarships (7 negatives), February 1972
34 Sleeve #10 – Army Sweethearts (42 negatives), February 1972
34 Sleeve #11 – Engineering: Dr. Vines and Harold Hinn (9 negatives), February 1972
34 Sleeve #12 – Engineering: Craig and Austrian speaking in front of equipment (4 negatives), February 1972
34 Sleeve #13 – President’s Wing: Book presented to Dr. Kenveoy (4 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #1 – Exteriors of business administration building (11 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #2 – Engineering presentations (11 negatives), February 24, 1972
35 Sleeve #3 – Information Services: Speed reading brochures (17 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #4 – Graduate School: Marione Haggler, Will Portnoy, and Reynell Porkins (4 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #5 – Museum: National Research Lab, artist rendering (4 negatives), March 1972
35 Sleeve #6 – Anthropology: Dr. M. Elizabeth King (10 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #7 – Copy of Jeremiah Collins (6 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #8 – Student Services: International Programs (4 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #9 – Medical School: Doctor with new type of knee brace (4 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #10 – Theater: Unidentified theatrical production (27 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #11 – Dean’s Office: Steele and Willingham accepting check (4 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #12 – Agricultural Science: Ag. Chemical Conference (6 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #13 – Veterinary School: Wholer, Tittman, and student in cow lot (30 negatives), February 1972
35 Sleeve #14 – Mass Communications: Week Speaker (13 negatives), February 1972
36 Sleeve #1 – Art: Mrs. Reed at art show (3 negatives), February 1972
36 Sleeve #2 – Foreign Language: Professor Alexander, German play (9 negatives), February 1972
36 Sleeve #3 – Business Administration: Scholarship presentation (4 negatives), February 1972
36 Sleeve #4 – Business Administration: Three scholarships by Brownsfield State Bank (6 negatives), February 1972
36 Sleeve #5 – Agricultural Science: Copy of slide of sand dune (4 negatives), February 1972
36 Sleeve #6 – Civil Engineering: Dan Wells and friends (10 negatives), March 2, 1972
36 Sleeve #7 – Residence: Food service in the dorms (6 negatives), March 20, 1972
36 Sleeve #8 – Agricultural Science: Scholarships (13 negatives), March 25, 1972
36 Sleeve #9 – Veterinary School: Copy of slides of course in field (13 negatives), March 28, 1972
36 Sleeve #10 – Art: Rope and clay classes (5 negatives), March 1972
36 Sleeve #11 – Residence: Dorm remodeling (15 negatives), March 1972
36 Sleeve #12 – Military Science: Award of trophy (4 negatives), March 1972
36 Sleeve #13 – Military Science: Col. Hodge receiving Legion of Merit (6 negatives), March 1972
36 Sleeve #14 – Aerospace Studies: Tucson, Arizona trip (37 negatives), March 1972
36 Sleeve #15 – Petroleum Engineering: Short course speaker (30 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #1 – Engineering: NSF Fellowship Winner (6 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #2 – Engineering: Regional winners in engineering contest (10 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #3 – Engineering: W. Van Brawun, Bradford, and Sanderson (4 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #4 – President’s Wing: Dr. Murray and Rev. Murray (4 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #5 – Education: Teaching assistant at elementary school with children (10 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #6 – Speakers Series: Rev. M. Murray (4 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #7 – Law School: Moor Court Winners (8 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #8 – Law School: Amandes and student with plaque in forum (3 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #9 – New Construction (19 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #10 – ICASALS: Senoritas (8 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #11 – University Center: University Recognition Service (12 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #12 – Music: Unidentified persons; one is holding French horn (11 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #13 – Development: “Copy of Hall for Dewitt” (6 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #14 – Animal Science: Sniffing pig waste (5 negatives), March 1972
37 Sleeve #15 – Music: Jerry Brainaid and Jim Walker (17 negatives), March 1972
38 Sleeve #1 – Music: Dr. Ira Reiss (6 negatives), March 1972
38 Sleeve #2 – Theater: Copies from “The Cage” (6 negatives), March 1972
38 Sleeve #3 – Education: Kids with scrapbook, Patterson (4 negatives), March 1972
38 Sleeve #4 – Dean’s Office: Steele, accounting funds (3 negatives), March 1972
38 Sleeve #5 – President’s Wing: copy of Murray, Bradford, Mahon, and Nixon (11 negatives), March 1972
38 Sleeve #6 – Law School exterior (7 negatives), April 3, 1972
38 Sleeve #7 – Art: Lynn Kreneck (3 negatives), April 3, 1972
38 Sleeve #8 – Geosciences: Visitor with Dr. Miller (3 negatives), April 3, 1972
38 Sleeve #9 – Music: Paul Ellsworth (15 negatives), April 4, 1972
38 Sleeve #10 – Engineering: Outstanding Engineers Banquet (15 negatives), April 4, 1972
38 Sleeve #11 – Home Economics: Static Electricity (8 negatives), April 4, 1972
38 Sleeve #12 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Coleman in field (16 negatives), April 1972
38 Sleeve #13 – Medical School: Buessler with school medal (5 negatives), April 4, 1972
38 Sleeve #14 – Biology: Dr. Camp presenting the Earl Camp Award (2 negatives), April 4, 1972
38 Sleeve #15 – Theater (21 negatives), April 5, 1972
39 Sleeve #1 – President’s Wing: Conoco, Business Administration, and Engineering (6 negatives), April 14, 1972
39 Sleeve #2 – Electrical Engineering: Dr. Bradford with student (5 negatives), April 19, 1972
39 Sleeve #3 – Student Life: SAE, mock murder of Paddy (4 negatives), April 21, 1972
39 Sleeve #4 – Aerospace Studies: President’s Retreat (38 negatives), April 21, 1972
39 Sleeve #5 – Aerospace Studies: AF ROTC Awards Presentation (4 negatives), April 27, 1972
39 Sleeve #6 – Aerospace Studies: Baker giving awards (3 negatives), April 28, 1972
39 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Free meeting areas (23 negatives), April 29, 1972
39 Sleeve #8 – Military Science: Promotion to captain (3 negatives), April 1972
39 Sleeve #9 – Military Science: Promotion to captain (2 negatives), April 1972
39 Sleeve #10 – Petroleum Engineering: AMACO Award (4 negatives), April 1972
39 Sleeve #11 – President’s Office: Texaco check presentation to Murray (9 negatives), April 1972
39 Sleeve #12 – General Campus: Students in the rain (7 negatives), April 1972
39 Sleeve #13 – Dean’s Office: Buey and Busch, distinguished engineers (6 negatives), April 1972
39 Sleeve #14 – New Construction (35 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #1 – New Construction (16 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #2 – English: Copy mugs for Tech Writing Institute (19 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Erection of entrance marker (6 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #4 – Retirement: Clinic for retired faculty (4 negatives), April 1967
40 Sleeve #5 – ICASALS: Dr. Ahmed and Dr. Piallo (11 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #6 – ICASALS: Morgan Davis honored, Bertrand, Councilman, Curl (3 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #7 – Agricultural Science: Copies from color (29 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #8 – Agricultural Science: Farm Land Ind. presenting scholarship (2 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #9 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Lewis Eggenberger and Judging Team (8 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #10 – General Campus: Exterior of business administration building (4 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #11 – Saddle Tramps: Kathy Garver (12 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #12 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Kenneth Young (7 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #13 – Development: Tax Institute (3 negatives), April 1972
40 Sleeve #14 – Chemistry: Glassblower (16 negatives), undated
40 Sleeve #15 – Music: Harpsichord (4 negatives), April 1972
41 Sleeve #1 – Geosciences: Money presentation; Dr. Miller in center (5 negatives), April 1972
41 Sleeve #2 – Geosciences: Dr. Buckfield and two students; guest speaker from Rice (3 negatives), April 1972
41 Sleeve #3 – Lillie Finley, scholarship (5 negatives), April 1972
41 Sleeve #4 – Agricultural Science: Block and Bridal Club Awards (7 negatives), April 1972
41 Sleeve #5 – General Campus: Exterior of Drane Hall (7 negatives), April 1972
41 Sleeve #6 – Architecture: Visitors from Turkey (6 negatives), April 1972
41 Sleeve #7 – Agricultural Science: High school summer workshops (28 negatives), May 1972
41 Sleeve #8 – ICASALS: Batswani visitor (2 negatives), May 1, 1972
41 Sleeve #9 – Foreign Language: Roger (6 negatives), May 3, 1972
41 Sleeve #10 – President’s Wing: Dr. Murray and guests in his office (10 negatives), May 10, 1972
41 Sleeve #11 – Military Science: Major General Franklin and Geraci at commissioning exercises (3 negatives), May 12, 1972
41 Sleeve #12 – Aerospace Studies: Cadets receive commission (2 negatives), May 12, 1972
41 Sleeve #13 – Park Administration: Bill Kitchens (14 negatives), May 19, 1972
41 Sleeve #14 – Library: Janeway, Bertrand, and Murray with book donors (5 negatives), May 23, 1972
41 Sleeve #15 – Military Science: Medals and family at deceased (7 negatives), May 29, 1972
42 Sleeve #1 – Home Economics: Rural Electric Planning (3 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #2 – New Construction (45 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #4 – General Campus: Will Rogers Statue (14 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #5 – General Campus: Agricultural Engineering and Plant Science (15 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #6 – Administration Building (8 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #7 – Animal Science: Dale Zink and Korean visitor (4 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #8 – Agricultural Science: Wind Tunnel Exp. (4 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #9 – Law School: Graduates (17 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #10 – Anthropology: Copies of slides (5 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #11 – Business Administration: Students receive award from Dr. Balsley (4 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #12 – Foundation: New Offices (2 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #13 – Foundation: Brownfield Trip (11 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #14 – Dean’s Office: Dr. John Bradford, prof graduates (19 negatives), May 1972
42 Sleeve #15 – Education: Mrs. Eva Samples and students with teaching aids (3 negatives), May 1972
43 Sleeve #1 – ICASALS: Biology, enlargement (3 negatives), May 1972
43 Sleeve #2 – Home Economics: Visit by Debbie Wright (4 negatives), May 1972
43 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Art department interiors; displays, hall, crafts (24 negatives), May 1972
43 Sleeve #4 – Home Economics: FHA Workshop (6 negatives), June 4, 1972
43 Sleeve #5 – Agricultural Science: Henry Wright at Fire Conference (3 negatives), June 8, 1972
43 Sleeve #6 – President’s Wing: Dr. Murray with history professors (3 negatives), June 9, 1972
43 Sleeve #7 – Theater: Speech Therapy (4 negatives), June 9, 1972
43 Sleeve #8 – New Construction (30 negatives), June 12, 1972
43 Sleeve #9 – Speech and Theater Arts (27 negatives), June 14, 1972
43 Sleeve #10 – General Campus: Bicycle (23 negatives), June 16, 1972
43 Sleeve #11 – Agricultural Science: Snaps (8 negatives), June 24, 1972
43 Sleeve #12 – Theater: Three directors; Schultz, Wesh, Henderson (3 negatives), June 1972
43 Sleeve #13 – Music: Kids at mail box (10 negatives), June 1972
43 Sleeve #14 – ICASALS: President of Chad (4 negatives), June 1972
44 Sleeve #1 – Animal Science: Cattle on Tech Farms (36 negatives), June 1972
44 Sleeve #2 – Animal Science: Horses (13 negatives), June 1972
44 Sleeve #3 – President’s Wing: S. M. Kennedy (2 negatives, 1 print), June 1972
44 Sleeve #4 – Animal Science: Pigs (19 negatives), June 1972
44 Sleeve #5 – Aerospace Studies: AFROTC commissioning Snelding and Segars (3 negatives), July 10, 1972
44 Sleeve #6 – Animal Science: Dr. Wohler (5 negatives), July 13, 1972
44 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Chemistry addition (12 negatives), July 29, 1972
44 Sleeve #8 – New Construction (27 negatives), July 1972
44 Sleeve #9 – Aerospace Studies: AFROTC Commissioning Mask (2 negatives), July 1972
44 Sleeve #10 – General Campus: Dedication of Holden Hall (17 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #1 – Chemical Engineering (15 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #2 – Petroleum Engineering: Max and Phil Johnson (6 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #3 – Animal Science: Pigs and Max Lennons (6 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #4 – Law: Reese and Moot Court Team (3 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #5 – Speech and Hearing: Teacher’s Aid (5 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #6 – Speech and Hearing: Teaching (3 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #7 – Theater: Summer Workshop (2 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #8 – Dad’s Association: Snaps (10 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #9 – ICASALS: Spanish visitors (16 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #10 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Dregne and Bertrand with students (5 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: Museum exterior (12 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #12 – Museum: Bust of Dr. Holden (5 negatives), July 1972
45 Sleeve #13 – General Campus: Exterior of agricultural building (15 negatives), July 1972
46 Sleeve #1 – Animal Science: Dr. Wohler; shots for vet school brochure (37 negatives), July 1972
46 Sleeve #2 – Animal Science: Cattle at Lubbock feedlot (9 negatives), July 1972
46 Sleeve #3 – Engineering: Western Electric Group (7 negatives), July 1972
46 Sleeve #5 – New Construction (30 negatives), August 12, 1972
46 Sleeve #6 – Business Administration: Coffee for Dr. Rushing (6 negatives), August 17, 1972
46 Sleeve #7 – Music: Band drill formations during halftime spelling Tech (43 negatives), August 20, 1972
46 Sleeve #8 – Aerospace Studies: Three officials (2 negatives), August 28, 1972
46 Sleeve #9 – Home Economics: Dr. Magnette Williams (4 negatives), August 30, 1972
46 Sleeve #10 – Athletic Department: Banging Bertha (15 negatives), August 30, 1972
46 Sleeve #11 – Art: Faculty member with art exhibit (13 negatives), August 31, 1972
47 Sleeve #1 – Civil Engineering: Building and construction copies (15 negatives), August 31, 1972
47 Sleeve #2 – President’s Wing: Murray and Bjelland with visitors (5 negatives), August 31, 1972
47 Sleeve #3 – Aerospace Studies: AFROTC General Stuart (10 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #4 – Aerospace Studies: Awards presentation (15 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #5 – Electrical Engineering: NSF (24 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #6 – Business Administration: Flores, Jockson, Perez, Steele, and Osam (3 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #7 – Business Administration: Jessie Flores, Jr. and Jr. (14 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #8 – Bookstore: Mr. Forman with Larry Templeton, retirement (3 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #9 – Law School: Professor Edger, Buddy, Mr. Evans, and Bill (4 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #10 – Medical School: Dedication (30 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #11 – Education: Dwane Christian, visual classroom (4 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #12 – Education: Gordon Lee, Mesa Room (9 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #13 – Board of Regents: Mrs. Formby, Fritz, and Perkins in boardroom (5 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #14 – Board of Regents: Meeting (8 negatives), August 1972
47 Sleeve #15 – Biology: Plants (21 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #1 – Administration Services: Registration (10 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #2 – Park Administration: Jerry Boubenich (5 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Will Rogers Statue (12 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #4 – President’s Wing: Dr. S. M. Kennedy (15 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #5 – Animal Science: Giving calf shots and pills (28 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #6 – Animal Science: Cattle in field (17 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Interior of Holden Hall showing Peter Hudd murals (12 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #8 – Animal Science: Dr. Ramsey with class in meat lab (24 negatives), August 1972
48 Sleeve #9 – General Campus: Holden Hall interior of Peter Hurd (18 negatives), August 1972
49 Sleeve #1 – Military Science: Cadets receiving awards (11 negatives), September 8, 1972
49 Sleeve #2 – Aerospace Studies: Pribila and friends (4 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #3 – Electrical Engineering: Dr. Karl Selin with class (8 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #4 – Chemical Engineering: Tumbres and Tolter Railroad (4 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #5 – President’s Wing: Fraternity group in Murray’s office (5 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: Twins (7 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Tech flag (4 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #8 – New Construction (18 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #9 – Home Economics: Dr. Young; scholarships (8 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #10 – Chemistry: Dr. Lightner (9 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #11 – English: Commodiana; Murray (7 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #12 – Music: Jerry Branard and group (4 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #13 – Animal Science: Swine short course (3 negatives), September 1972
49 Sleeve #14 – Business Administration: Claypool with class/pinto keys (17 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #1 – Engineering: Pistol Pete with Bradford and Murray (5 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #2 – Music: Band at SMU vs. Tech game (26 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #3 – Home Economics: Dr. Young; Cornado Room (5 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #4 – President’s Wing: Dr. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Giroin, and students (3 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #5 – New Construction (27 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #6 – Foundation: Buessler speaking at UC (15 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #7 – Information Services: Clyde Morgante (1 negative), September 1972
50 Sleeve #8 – Agricultural Sciences: Dr. Bertrand and Red Raider Inn (5 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #9 – Agricultural Engineering: Dr. Ulich; scholarships (15 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #10 – Athletic Department: Cheerleaders Fall 1972 (18 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: English building exterior (2 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #12 – Museum: Copy of old painting (4 negatives), September 1972
50 Sleeve #13 – Medical School: Open house for Local Medical Society (24 negatives), September 1972
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2 1 Sleeve #1 – Medical School: Open house for Local Medical Society (12 negatives), September 1972
1 Sleeve #2 – Medical School: First class of freshman (5 negatives), undated
1 Sleeve #3 – Agricultural Science: Cowboy with girl (11 negatives), September 1972
1 Sleeve #4 – Agricultural Science: Don Workman and Howard Alford for brochure (22 negatives), September 1972
1 Sleeve #5 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Dregner and students (12 negatives), September 1972
1 Sleeve #6 – Theater: University Theater (14 negatives), October 13, 1972
1 Sleeve #7 – President’s Wing: Congressman Mahon with Dr. Murray and Dr. Black at the museum (51 negatives), October 25, 1972
1 Sleeve #8 – Medical School: 7.5 million dollars; Governor Smith at medical school (55 negatives), October 26, 1972
1 Sleeve #9 – New Construction (21 negatives), October 1972
1 Sleeve #10 – Museum: Third annual meeting (44 negatives), August 1972
1 Sleeve #11 – Petroleum Engineering: Westinghouse Certificates (1 negative), October 1972
2 Sleeve #1 – President’s Wing: Reception for new staff and faculty (6 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #2 – President’s Wing: Dr. Barnett with Eastman group (3 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #3 – Student Services: Business Administration, English, and Geoscience grants (9 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #4 – Sigma Chi: E. R. Herbig (3 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #5 – Home Economics: McPherson and candy sale (12 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #6 – Foundation: Distinguished alumni (16 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #7 – Foundation: Rebels image (4 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #8 – Law School: Judges Ellis, Joy, and Thewill (11 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #9 – Home Economics: Scholarships (3 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #10 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Joe Peoples and Dr. Eggenburger (3 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #11 – Architecture: Presentation of Klenschnudt portrait (12 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #12 – ICASALS: Uiborosky, unidentified man, and councilman (6 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #13 – Medical School: Dr. Croy and Morris (6 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #14 – Cultural Events: Copies (10 negatives), October 1972
2 Sleeve #15 – New Construction (35 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #1 – New Construction (8 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #2 – Art: Terry Morrow (3 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #3 – Animal Science: Rebels image retouched copy (5 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #4 – Animal Science: Dr. O’Brian and Dolly (4 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #5 – Animal Science: Pig Roast; advanced scholarships (4 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #6 – Accounting: 3050 dollars from Arthur Anderson and Dr. Roberts (4 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #7 – Medical School: Dr. Buessler; Larson at University Hospital (6 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #8 – Dad’s Association: Dad’s Day (31 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #9 – Dad’s Association: Dad’s Day (30 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #10 – Accounting (5 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #11 – Agricultural Sciene: Bill Bennett and Harold Dregne (5 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #12 – Museum: Yaqui Indian display (6 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #13 – Law School: Students (11 negatives), October 1972
3 Sleeve #14 – Agricultural Science: Cowboy mugshots (9 negatives), October 1972
4 Sleeve #1 – Music: Paul Mezzorino (4 negatives), October 1972
4 Sleeve #2 – Animal Science: Sheep (29 negatives), October 1972
4 Sleeve #3 – Cultural Events: Copy of Victor Alessandro and Dick Gregory (5 negatives), November 2, 1972
4 Sleeve #4 – Marketing: Dan Andrews and Dr. Luisinger plus one more (3 negatives), November 2, 1972
4 Sleeve #5 – Theater: University Theater (15 negatives), November 7, 1972
4 Sleeve #6 – Music: Scholarship Donation Awards (8 negatives), November 9, 1972
4 Sleeve #7 – Athletic Department: Homecoming at TCU game (12 negatives), November 13, 1972
4 Sleeve #8 – Agricultural Science: Aggie Breakfast (22 negatives), November 13, 1972
4 Sleeve #9 – Agricultural Science: Dr. Joe Schuester (12 negatives), November 16, 1972
4 Sleeve #10 – General Campus: Interior of computer building (38 negatives), November 21, 1972
4 Sleeve #11 – Petroleum Engineering: Dr. Sweazy and Halligan (16 negatives), November 1972
4 Sleeve #12 – Military Science: Awards Ceremony (3 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #1 – Military Science: Captain Fish and friend (3 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #2 – Engineering: Dean Bradford with Mr. Heffner; Halliburton grant (3 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #3 – Chemical Engineering: Dr. George Munefor, Gene Cutler, and De La Garza; DOW (3 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #4 – Engineering: Perryman Award (6 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #5 – President’s Wing: Dr. Zyla; presentation to Dr. Murray (8 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #6 – Foundation: A. C. Verner at FNB (19 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #8 – Animal Science: Pig Roast (38 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #9 – Women’s intramurals, ballet dancers (10 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #10 – Museum: Murray, Dyers, and flag pole (5 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #11 – ICASALS: Dr. Walker and Uyol with book (5 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #12 – Education: Headstart; four people (6 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #13 – New Construction (36 negatives), November 1972
5 Sleeve #14 – New Construction: Bob Ford’s copy from Kodachrome (9 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #1 – Education: Headstart (5 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #2 – Home Economics: Margaret Hardin with rats (8 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #3 – Fiftieth Anniversary: Kelly with centennial seal (24 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #4 – Ex Students: Century (7 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #5 – Ex Students: New Offices (6 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #6 – Foreign Language: French Play (11 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #7 – Health, PE Men: Clyde Morganti, Gene Coleman (3 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #8 – Animal Science: Pigs (15 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #9 – President’s Wing: Roy Furr, Sr., country club (6 negatives), December 11, 1972
6 Sleeve #10 – Business Administration: Students helping small businessman (33 negatives), November 1972
6 Sleeve #11 – New Construction (10 negatives), December 12, 1972
6 Sleeve #12 – Museum: Dr. Black, Carter, and K. Jones with bats (12 negatives), December 1972
6 Sleeve #13 – Military Science: Commissioning and second lieutenant (15 negatives), December 1972
6 Sleeve #14 – Speech and Hearing: Aid grads (11 negatives), December 1972
6 Sleeve #15 – Southwest Collection: Morgan Jones with his trunk (15 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #1 – Home Economics: Margaret Hardin with cottonseed products (10 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #2 – Library: Temple and Dibon (5 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #3 – University Police: Rosie, Anreloe Onineros, and brothers (5 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #4 – Information Services: Band W from slides (20 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #5 – Textile Engineering: Jim Laughton (15 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #6 – Information Services: Dedication of Directory (4 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #7 – Animal Science: Dr. Wohler; copy of diploma (5 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Aggie Pavilion (12 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #9 – New Construction (10 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #10 – President’s Wing: Dr. Levin’s chart “Federal obligations for academic science improvement” (5 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #11 – Aerospace Studies: AFROTC; commissioning officers (18 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #12 – Military Science: Army ROTC Awards (6 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #13 – Military Science: Army ROTC commissioning (9 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #14 – Engineering: H2O Resources; Aussie and Dan Wells (7 negatives), December 1972
7 Sleeve #15 – Industrial Engineering: Dubeck (president of AIEE) and Swiss visitor (6 negatives), December 1972
8 Sleeve #1 – Special Education: Patrice Costello, record player, and kids (4 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #2 – President’s Wing: Mr. Baker and guest with books (5 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #3 – Business Administration: Reginald Rushing with scholarship winners (3 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #4 – Economics: Dr. Gilliam with two Jordan and one Saudi Arabian visitors (5 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #5 – ICASALS: Eugene Kingman (12 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #6 – ICASALS: Curt and Marx Fowler with Egyptian banker (4 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #7 – Engineering: Joe Minor and Samon Connor with map; tornado with wind short course (10 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #8 – International Programs: Jack Tipputt and Sylva Draw (2 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #9 – Business Administration: Dr. Louise Luchinger, army men, and key punch (5 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #10 – Agricultural Science: Soil Contest (11 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #11 – Medical School: Afflication of medical school facilities, signing medical school papersr, Dr. Henchey, Bessler, Brewer (10 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #12 – President’s Wing: Glenn Barnett (6 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #13 – President’s Wing: Glenn Barnett in conference room (5 negatives), 1972
8 Sleeve #14 – General Campus: Miss Ryan and Will Rogers statue (5 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #1 – General Campus: Commencement; Graduation (25 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #2 – General Campus: UC exterior (4 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Bledsoe Hall interior (6 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #4 – General Campus: Horn Hall exterior (24 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #5 – General Campus: Wiggins Complex dorm interior (4 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: Wiggins dorm interior (4 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Wall Hall interior with girls at fountains (8 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Students in front of Wiggins Complex (12 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #9 – General Campus: Library exterior (9 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #10 – General Campus: Chemistry interior (8 negatives), 1972
9 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: Wall Hall exterior with students (16 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #1 – General Campus: Business Administration exterior (10 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #2 – General Campus: Agricultural Science exterior (6 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #3 – General Campus: Exterior of Industrial Engineering (1 negative), 1972
10 Sleeve #4 – General Campus: Holden Hall interior showing Peter Hurd murals (4 negatives), November 1972
10 Sleeve #5 – General Campus: Bookstore exterior (5 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #6 – General Campus: Exteriors of Textile Engineering (5 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #7 – General Campus: Exterior of Holden Hall (6 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #8 – General Campus: Entrance of Administration Building (9 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #9 – General Campus: Biology exterior (3 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #10 – General Campus: Law School exterior (5 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: Chemistry exterior (4 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #12 – General Campus Scenes (8 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #13 – General Campus: English building (4 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #14 – General Campus: Security Gates (7 negatives), 1972
10 Sleeve #15 – General Campus: Students sunbathing (7 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #1 – Textile Engineering: Color analyzer (5 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #2 – General Campus: Brochure; Betty Camrouth, Belltower, Furr’s Pie Shop (42 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #3 – Law School: Commeration presentation to Murray (7 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #4 – Biology: Award presented by Student Association to biology professor (9 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #5 – Cultural Events: Dr. Ed Teller (15 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #6 – Music: Band wagon (5 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #7 – Agricultural Science: Range and Wildlife (9 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #8 – Law School (9 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #9 – Home Economics: Dr. Yang with Swiss visitor (4 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #10 – Home Economics: Three loaves of bread (2 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #11 – General Campus: Exteriors of chemistry, agricultural engineering, and Dairy Barn (19 negatives), 1972
11 Sleeve #12 – New Construction (11 negatives), January 10, 1971
12 Sleeve #1 – Card Numbers 4259-4739
12 Sleeve #2 – Card Numbers 4740-4923
13 Sleeve #1 – Card Numbers 4925-5141
13 Sleeve #2 – Card Numbers 5142-5319
14 Sleeve #1 – Card Numbers 5320-5535
14 Sleeve #2 – Card Numbers 5536-5753
15 Sleeve #1 – Card Numbers 5754-6330