Among the digitized physical objects in the Portal is a collection of uniform patches from city and volunteer fire departments all over the state of Texas.
News & Announcements: Collection Highlight
The origin of the phrase “letting the cat out the bag” is not clear.
When the creators of the Oscar-nominated movie “Dallas Buyers Club” needed to better understand the AIDS crisis among the city’s gay community during the 1980s, they only had to c
“Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it. “ —P.J. Rourke
When the snow falls and the white wind blows, curl up with one of these winter themed books!
UNT Scholarly Works is a special collection of items contributed by the UNT Community and hosted in the UNT Digital Library.
The Dallas Way, a nonprofit organization dedicated to gathering, storing, organizing and presenting the complete history of the city’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, has entered into an agreement with the University of North Texas Libraries to ensure that current and future materials collected by the organization will be permanently archived, digitized and made accessible to the public.
Four generations of photographers – all named Byrd Williams – documented more than 100 years of North Texas history with their work. Now, UNT Libraries has acquired their collection, consisting of over 10,000 prints and 300,000 negatives.
During the hours and days that followed President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas on November 22, 1963, Dallas Police Department officers gathered numerous eyewitness statements, fingerprints, affidavits...