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The Uysal-Walker Archive of Turkish Oral Narrative (U-W ATON) is a repository situated at in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library at Texas Tech University in Lubbock Texas.
English tanslations of Turkish oral narrative tales in the ATON Collection.
Records and photographs pertaining to the Joseph E. Johnston Camp 94 U.C.V. Series, approximately 1889-1946.
Photographs and papers from the Mexia Oil Boom Series, approximately 1920-1996.
Photographs, literary productions, and correspondence from the Joe Johnston Series, approximately 1965-1983.
All records pertaining to the Confederate Reunion Grounds State Historic Site Series, 1983-present.
The Bartow Riley Papers and Audio Visual Collection includes recordings of some of the most prominent old-time fiddlers of the U.S., recorded in live and studio performances by one of their own.
A collection of materials focusing on the music groups The Velveteens and the Traveling Salesmen
A collection of various correspondence
A collection of news clippings about The Velveteens and the Traveling Salesmen
The Gayla Klemett papers illuminate the history of the Main Street Saloon, a live music venue in Lubbock, Texas.
A collection of band posters and flyers from Main Street Saloon and other venues in Lubbock, Texas.
A collection of materials donated by Jesse Taylor and his family.
A collection of Jesse Taylor's backstage passes.
Concert tickets and business cards.
Materials from Jesse Taylor's tour in Australia with Kinky Friedman and Billy Joe Shaver.
A collection of materials from various bands and groups in Lubbock, Texas, primarily from the 1980s and 1990s.
A collection of written materials from the various bands and groups Tom played with in Lubbock, Texas, primarily from the 1980s and 1990s.
A collection of newspapers and news clippings
West Texas musicians map
This community includes maps, diaries, and newspapers pertaining to the history of the Southwestern United States, primarily Texas.
Literary works by Southwestern United States author Mary Austin
Southwest literature and authors, pre-20th century.
Historical information on the establishment and growth of the city of Lubbock, Texas, and Lubbock County, Texas.
Maps holdings of the SWC/SCL
Oral History Interviews housed at the Southwest Collection/SpecialCollections Library
Interviews featuring African Americans in the West Texas area.
Oral histories of members of the movement.
Interviews that discuss the creative process of writers, artists, musicians, and researchers.
Interviews highlighting topics related to the founding of Texas Tech and the West Texas area.
Abstracts and sound recordings from the Oral History program of theSouthwest Collection/Special Collections Library.
Interviews that highlight sports history.
Interviews pertaining to the annual Cowboys' Christmas Ball in Anson, Texas.
Oral histories pertaining to Texas Tech University.
Oral histories highlighting women's history in the West Texas area.
Digital samplings from photograph collections housed in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library.
This collection consists of photographs of Burkburnett, Texas. Bulks with photographs of the oil industry (1919-1936). Also contains a panoramic scene of Burkburnett (ca. 1920).
Photographs and blueprints from the Crosbyton Solar Power Project.
The collection consists of photographs of Desdemona, Texas. The bulk of the photographs are of the oil boom in Desdemona, circa 1920. Also included are images of a tank baptism and an unidentified peanut farm in Eastland County, Texas.
This collection consists of photographs of Electra, Texas, dated from 1900-1973, with the bulk of the photographs concerning early town life and the oil boom days from 1909-1918.
Photograph collection of photographer Frank Reeves Sr., who was a reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspaper.
Photographs of various aspects of Texas Tech from the 1920s onward.
Photograph Collection SWCPC 57(a-z), dating from the 1890s-1980s, concerns Lubbock, Texas, and contains 89 photo prints, 3928 copy prints, 5220 negatives, and 341 slides.
Photograph Collection SWCPC 417, dating from 1880-1950, concerns Lubbock, Texas, and contains 342 copy prints, 491 copy negatives, and 892 slides.
Photographs from the Texas Tech University Photographic Services Collection dated from 1969 through the 1990s.
Historic postcards from the holdings of the Southwest Collection.
Photographs from the Texas Tech University Public InformationCollection, 1920s-1960s
Photographs of Texas Tech University, its people, facilities and events.
The Robert G. Campbell Slide Collection consists of 50,000+ images taken by Dr. Campbell over a 50+ year period during his travels around the world.
Photographic images digitized from various Southwest Collection photographic collections.
Photographic images of Texas Tech athletes, staff, coaches and athletic events.
Photographs of Faculty, administrators, staff and other Texas Tech related people pulled together from various manuscript collections within the University Archives.
Historic photographs of Thurber, Texas.
The Winston Reeves Studio documented large segments of the Lubbock, Texas, population for decades.
A monthly magazine published by William Cowper Brann.
Quarterly magazine newsletter for the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Lubbock, Texas
Publication of the Diamond Shamrock Oil and Gas Co.
A weekly humorous magazine from the late-1800s.
A monthly magazine published by socialist farmer and journalist, Tom Aloysius Hickey.
Manuscripts housed within the Southwest Collection
Selected manuscripts, broadsides, posters, etc. from the holdings of the Southwest Collection.
Southwest Conference Statistic Cards
Photographs from the Curtis Rogers Collection at The Petroleum Museum.
Photographs from the John V. Webel Collection at The Petroleum Museum.
Photographs from the Lee Jones, Jr. Collection at The Petroleum Museum.
Digital Collections from the Texas Tech University Archives including various course bulletins, the Board of Regents meeting minutes, commencement programs, press releases, and various campus publications.
Meeting minutes and agendas of the Texas Tech Board of Regents.
The collection consists of course catalogs and special bulletins published by Texas Tech University.
Minutes for the Campus Planning Committee from 1958-
Commencement and baccalaureate programs for Texas Tech University graduation exercises.
Negatives taken by Richard Schroeder and information collected by Billy I. Ross to document recovered World War II works of art.
Collection of scrapbooks from the School of Home Economics, which later became the College of Human Sciences, at Texas Tech University.
Site proposals created in 1923 for the location of the newly established Texas Technological College.
Selected manuscript and scrapbook items digitized from the holdings of the Texas Tech University Archives.
Newsletter for the Museum of Texas Technological College dated from June 1950 - October 1956.
Tex Talks was a newletter published by the Texas Tech Ex-Students Association. Texas Tech Magazine was sponsored by the Alumni and Ex-Students Association.
Artifacts and memorabilia from the Texas Tech University Archives.
Annual operating budget books for Texas Tech University.
Texas Tech University football and basketball game programs from the UniversityArchives.
Press releases concerning Texas Tech University, its students and employees, academic programs and other activities.
Miscellaneous Texas Tech related publications. These include student handbooks, college long range plans, dormitory handbooks, "For Your Information" newsletter, and Student Affairs rules and regulations handbooks.
Publications for male and female students regarding housing, proper behavior and other campus related issues.
Digital copies of selected Texas Tech University blueprints and architectural drawings.
Short run Texas Technological College student newspaper.
An underground newspaper produced by Texas Tech students and residents of Lubbock from1969-1971.
A short lived alternative student newspaper at Texas Technological College.