The University of North Texas Libraries are proud to unveil Mean Green Mapped! Mean Green Mapped is an interactive web map utilizing GIS software to illustrate UNT’s history through photographs and other media. Using historic maps, aerials and photographs, we seek to generate interest in the resources available at UNT Libraries and to commemorate UNT’s 125 years of service to students and community.
News & Announcements: Collection Highlight
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The UNT Libraries’ Digital Collections (The Portal to Texas History, the UNT Digital Library, and the Gateway to Oklahoma History) recently recorded a milestone of 40 million uses. Part of the Libraries' unique collections, these resources give UNT faculty, staff, and students unprecedented access to some 1.2 million items and 18 million pages of content.
This month the University of North Texas reached 20,077 reports in its CRS Reports collection available through the UNT Digital Library.
New historic documents, photographs, and scrapbooks are now available in the Barbara C. Jordan Archives digital collection through the Portal to Texas History.
More than 79,000 pages of Dallas Voice have been digitized by the University of North Texas Library as part of its Portal to Texas History.
Charles C. Francis has donated his entire collection of materials from the historical meeting of the "Austin 12" in 2000 to the UNT Libraries.
Learn more about UNT's albino squirrels and their furry cousins by visiting the UNT Digital Collections.
Learn about the history of the Rescuing Texas History Mini-Grant Program at UNT Libraries.
The Texas Digital Newspaper Program has added over 100,000 pages of the Houston Post to The Portal to Texas History. Covering the years 1903 to 1923, it enables us to step into the shoes of the people who lived through and shaped history. In other words, like all newspapers, these pages make the past current for present-day readers.