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Organized on the Texas Technological College campus as the Eagle Scout Club in the fall of 1938, the club officially became the Beta Sigma Chapter on April 30, 1939. A service organization, APO is a national service fraternity affliated with the Boys Scouts of America. The chapter was recognized in 1942 for having the nation's largest pledging class. Service projects have included placing benches across campus, helping conduct student elections and the Carol of Lights events, planning homecoming activities, sponsoring a Cub Scout den for handicapped students at Ballinger School, and establishing an endowment fund through the sale of football games. In 1976, the organization became co-ed and has been involved in community projects for the Lubbock State School, the Adopt-a-City project, Habitat for Humanity, and the South Plains Food Bank. It’s creed is "to provide service to all humanity."

From the guide to the Alpha Phi Omega Records, U 15. 1., 1938-2007, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Officially dedicated on July 4, 1976, the Ranching Heritage Center is comprised of a 12 acre outdoor exhibit of 31 historic structures, dating from the 1830's to about 1917, with the structures having been moved to the current site from locations throughout the state and authentically restored in order to depict the history of farming and ranching in the West Texas area. These buildings show the evolution of ranching, and many of the structures originate from famous ranches that played decisive roles in the development of modern ranching such as the 6666, the Matador, the XIT, and the King ranches.

From the guide to the Ranching Heritage Center, Records, U 151. 2., 1902-1992 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Student Government Association is the governing body of the students at Texas Tech University. The Student Goverment Association is composed of members elected by the student body at Texas Tech. Members represent the different colleges within the university. The Student Government Association works with the Administration to meet the needs of the students through three branches of government, Executive, Legislative and Judicial.

From the guide to the Student Association Records, U 170. 4., 1970-2003, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Red Raider Camp was established to help transition students who have just graduated high school and are planning to attend Texas Tech University.

From the guide to the Red Raider Camp Records, U 262. 1., 2001, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Women's Service Organization (WSO) evolved from a 1959 committee of the Association of Women Students, which was composed of 17 members. Its members continue to participate in a wide variety of campus projects. Maroon, representing service, and white, symbolizing friendship and equality, are the organization's recognized colors.

From the guide to the Women's Service Organization Records, U 232. 1., 1964-1998 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

In the Spring of 2002, the Texas Tech University departments of Student Activities and Student Life merged to form the Center for Campus Life (CCL). The CCL is responsible for arranging cultural and social events to enrich the lives of Texas Tech students, faculty and the general public. Nationally and internationally known persons, celebrities, lecturers and artists are brought in to speak and perform.

From the guide to the Center for Campus Life Records, U 276. 1., 1930s-1950s and 1976-2001, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Since its beginning in 1925, the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Technological College has provided programs of teaching, research and public service to prepare students for employment in the modern agricultural and renewable natural resources industry. On campus, the College operated 900 acres of agricultural land, 2,300 acres at the Texas Tech Experimental Ranch at Justiceburg for teaching and research, a 15,822 acre facility at Amarillo, and a 982 acre field laboratory in northeast Lubbock County. Also, in addition to the classrooms, laboratories and design studios housed in eight buildings on the Texas Tech campus, the College maintained a Livestock Arena, a Meat Laboratory and a Greenhouse/ Experimental Garden complex for teaching and research.

From the guide to the Agricultural Sciences Records, U 12. 1., 1954-1984 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Dr. John C. Granberry is cited as the person who helped establish the Questers, a group of faculty men who got together to talk about a variety of subjects. The group, which began with approximately 20 men, remained small in number. Charter members included William Curry Holden, A. L. Carter, and R. S. Underwood. Informality and intellectual exchange were the ideals for the Questers, and the organization's name was culled from its "questing for knowledge." No formal constitution, by-laws and election of officers took place. Meeting would take place on the third Thursday of the month and, over the course of the year, each member would take a turn giving a presentation on the topic of his choice. Members also took turns chairing a meeting. Membership, which was open to all except academic administrators, was decided up by nomination and majority vote. The wives of the male members later established their own group, called the Jesters, and would meet in a different location at the same time as the Questers meeting.

From the guide to the Questers Records, U 149. 1., 1929-2003, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Volleyball at Texas Tech began in 1975 under the leadership of Jeannine McHaney. According to the 1976 La Ventana, "With the beginning of the 1975 fall semester, a new department of Women's Athletics began operations at Tech. Under the direction of Ms. Jeannine McHaney, the program provided better services for Tech women participating in intercollegiate sports than had been offered in the past. The program offered six varsity sports for female athletes: volleyball, track, swimming, golf, tennis, and basketball, with five professional women coaches." Funding for women's athletics came directly from student service fees, and was totally separated from the Tech Athletic Department. Early Texas Tech volleyball media guides dub volleyball as "the other fall sport." Previous coaches of the Tech volleyball team include Jeannine McHaney, Janice Hudson, Donna Martin, Mike Jones, Jeff Nelson, and Nancy Todd.

From the guide to the Volleyball Collection, U 339. 1., 1974-2008, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The organization was composed of two units. The Newcomers’ Club was comprised of the wives of faculty who have served three years or less at Texas Tech. The Faculty Women’s Club was for the wives of faculty who had served longer than three years at Texas Tech. Various social activities included tea parties, theatre parties, and a style show. The organization also participated in raising funds for the Paul Whitfield Horn Fellowship that gave an annual award to female graduate student at the university. Another activity of the organization was to prepare and give out information packets on Lubbock and Texas Tech to any incoming faculty.

From the guide to the University Women's Club Records, U 188. 2., 1930-2006, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Faculty Women’s Club Records, U 76. 1., 1943-1974, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the University Women's Club Records, U 188. 1., 1960-1991, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Department of Civil Engineering in involved with soil testing and analyses, the use of water resources, as well as its involvement with wind research since 1971, in response to the 1970 Lubbock Tornado.

From the guide to the Civil Engineering Records, U 205. 3., 1946-1996 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

When Texas Technological College opened in the fall of 1925, the area of business education consisted of economics and business administration and was a part of the Division of Arts and Sciences. It was housed in the Administration Building. In 1942, the College of Business Administration was established. A new building for this college was dedicated in 1965. The college was renamed the Rawls College of Business Administration in 2001 after Texas Tech alumnus Jerry Rawls. A new building to house the ever expanding college is currently under construction.

From the guide to the College of Business Administration Records, U 34. 2., 1963-1990, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Phi Psi Fraternity was started at the Philadelphia College of Textile Science in 1903. Chapters were created at other textile schools, including the Kappa Chapter at Texas Technological College in 1931. The fraternity promoted textile education and continued professionalism in a career in textile manufacturing. The Kappa chapter closed at Texas Tech due to the discontinuation of a textile engineering program and ensuing lack of textile students.

From the guide to the Phi Psi Fraternity, U 352. 1., 1929-2005, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Presently called the Provost Office, where the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs is located, the primary responsibilities of the Academic Affairs office has included the formulation of all academic policies and procedures, faculty development, and has served as a liaison between the university and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for the development and administration of degree programs and courses.

From the guide to the Academic Affairs Records, U 1. 6., 1949-1994 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Academic Affairs Records, U 1. 5., 1948-1990 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The University Archive, housed within the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, is the repository for memorabilia from Texas Tech University.

From the guide to the Texas Tech Memorabilia, U 119. 1., 1935-2002, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

A support organization for Texas Tech University Athletics, the Red Raider Club began in 1929 and was a self-governing body. In 1994, its Executive Board approved the merger of the organization with the university's athletic department. The main focus of the Red Raider Club was to raise funds for scholarships and raise revenue for the athletic department. A student component was established in 2001, and by April had become the largest student member booster club in the nation.

From the guide to the Red Raider Club Records, U 279. 1., 1950-2000, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Division of Student Affairs is responsible for supporting and enriching the educational learning of Texas Tech students and the University’s staff and faculty.

From the guide to the Vice President for Student Affairs Records, U 277. 3., 1968-1991, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Department of Civil Engineering has been increasingly interested in the effects of wind on engineered structures. In 1971 the Institute for Disaster Research was created in response to information gained from the 1970 Lubbock Tornado. In 1988 another center, the Wind Engineering Research Center, was created to broaden the scope of research.

From the guide to the Civil Engineering- Wind, Records, U 205. 1., 1966-1979 and 1985, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Division of Student Affairs is responsible for supporting and enriching the educational learning of Texas Tech students and the university's staff and faculty.

From the guide to the Student Affairs Records, U 277. 1., 1956-2000, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Student Affairs Records, U 277. 2., 1926-1978, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The use of water resources was of great concern to many departments at Texas Tech, civic government, and private industry. To meet their needs for research and water resources advancement, the Texas Tech University Board of Regents established the Water Resources Center in 1965. Members from civic government, chemical and civil engineering and the College of Agricultural Sciences (to name just a few) serve an advisory function.

From the guide to the Civil Engineering- Water Records, U 205. 2., 1910-1988, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Officially opened on March 13, 1953, the Student Union building, now called the University Center, houses the offices of various campus organizations and student services. The Student Union Program Council was responsible for planning and organizing various social events, such as the Speakers and Artists Series, movies, dance performances and enterainers. By the 1990s, University Center Programs became the administering body and the social events were renamed as the Nightlife Series.

From the guide to the University Center Programs, Records, U 249. 1., 1955-1999 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Office of Research Services (ORS) at Texas Tech University provides centralized administrative and management services for sponsored projects. Projects include grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements, from both the public and private sectors, which support research, instruction, and service.

From the guide to the Research Services, Records, U 157. 7., 1964-1988 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Tech Tips were handbooks for male and female entering students that described Housing and Dining policies and fees, traditions at the college, etiquette and dress for female students, and described the various student organizations on campus. The University Panhellenic Association, the Resident Associations and Councils, and the Association of Women's Studies put together the Texas Tip guidebooks.

From the guide to the Tech Tips Collection, U 177. 1., 1942-1975, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Officially opened on March 13, 1953, the Student Union building, now called the University Center, houses the offices of various campus organizations and student services. The Student Union Program Council was responsible for planning and organizing various social events, such as the Speakers and Artists Series, movies, dance performances and entertainers. By the 1990s, University Center Programs became the administering body and the social events were renamed as the Nightlife Series.

From the guide to the Speakers and Artists Series Records, U 248. 1., 1967-2001, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Freshman students who achieve at least a 3.50 grade point average during their first two semesters are eligible for membership into Phi Eta Sigma, an academic honorary organization that was chartered at Texas Tech in 1946. Alpha Lambda Delta is its sister organization and was chartered at Texas Tech in 1949.

From the guide to the Phi Eta Sigma Records, U 140. 1., 1990-1995, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Jewish Archival Collection consists of materials relating to Jews in West Texas donated by Susan Albers; Stuart Rockoff, the Directory of the History Department of the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life; Jane Winer, a member of Lubbock's Congregation Shaareth Israel who joined the Texas Tech University (TTU) Faculty in the Department of Psychology in 1975 and served from 1991 until the mid-200s as TTU's Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and later as interim Provost; and the Temple B'Nai Israel of Amarillo, organized in 1918.

From the guide to the Jewish Archival Collection, S 1752., 1962-2007 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

A department within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Landscape Architecture offers bachelor and master's degree programs. The program teaches students the skills needed to enter the landscape architecture program, with emphasis on design and planning in the natural and urban environment and internships.

From the guide to the Landscape Architecture Records, U 282. 1., 1969-1996 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Administrative files donated by the Texas Tech Library.

From the guide to the the Committee Records, U 48. 1., 1955-1993 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Political Science department at Texas Tech University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees, including one in public administration. The department also houses the Center for Public Service, which offers hands-on research opportunities for political science graduate students.

From the guide to the Political Science Records, U 223. 2., 1928-1986 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Chancellor's Office is responsible for the overall administration and fundraising activities of the Texas Tech University system.

From the guide to the Chancellor's Office Records, U 210. 6., 2002, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Agricultural Engineering was operated under the Department of Plant Industry at Texas Technological College as an option until 1953, when it became its own department. The first department head was Professor Ira L. Williams who came to Texas Tech in 1952 from North Carolina State College.

From the guide to the Agricultural Engineering Records, U 258. 1., 1914-1983, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Presently called the Provost Office and located in the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the primary responsibilities of the Academic Affairs office has included the formulation of all academic policies and procedures, faculty development, and has served as a liaison between the university and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for the development and administration of degree programs and courses.

From the guide to the Academic Affairs Records, U 1. 2., 1949-1976, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Academic Affairs Records, U 1. 4., 1962-1987 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Academic Affairs Records, U 1. 1., 1943-1974, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Campus Planning Committee reviews and helps oversee renovation and construction on the Texas Tech University campus.

From the guide to the Campus Planning Committee Records, U 36. 1., 1941-1973, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Born on November 26, 1922, in Amarillo, Texas, John R. Bradford served in the Navy during World War II. He received his bachelor's degree in 1942 and his master's in 1948, both from Texas Tech University, and then received his doctorate from Case Institute of Technology in nuclear physics in 1953. In 1954, he married Betty Pettey and they had two daughters. From 1955 until 1982, Bradford served as the dean of the College of Engineering. During his tenure, he was named a Distinguished Engineer and a Distinguished Alumnus at Texas Tech, received the Dads Association First Community Leadership Award, and served as a presidential appointee on the U. S. National Commission, United States Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) from 1968-1971. From 1982-1985, Bradford served as the vice-president for development for Texas Tech University and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. He returned to teaching and research until his retirement in 1993. He passed away at the age of 84 on January 9, 2007, in Lubbock, Texas.

From the guide to the Chemical Engineering Records, U 308. 1., 1985-1993, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The purpose of the Faculty Club was to promote social activities for and among its membership. Faculty, Graduate Assistants, officers of the administration, and monthly salaried staff of Texas Tech were eligible for membership. Complimentary, non-voting memberships were given to members of the Board of Regent and former Tech presidents. The Faculty Club had several years of financial problems and eventually shut down.

From the guide to the Faculty Club Records, U 74. 3., 1969-1993 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Faculty Club Records, U 74. 4., 1967-1989 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Economics is a academic unit of the Department of Economics and Geography, which is part of the College of Arts and Sciences at Texas Tech University. It is headquartered in Holden Hall. The field of economics is centered around the study of how individuals make choices in the face of scarcities.

From the guide to the Economics Department Records, U 59. 2., 1968-1970 and 1982-1984, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

As spelled out in the Regent's Rules of May 11, 2001, the Athletic Council reviews and makes recommendations to Texas Tech's president, chancellor and Board of Regents on matters concerning the intercollegiate athletic programs. The Council is composed of six appointed members, one of whom is elected chair.

From the guide to the Athletic Council Records, U 22. 1., 1925-1994 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

In 1925, during Tech’s first semester of registration, the College of Engineering had 313 students enrolled in its two-member faculty department. Three additional professors were quickly added to meet the needs of the enrollees, and in 1927 the faculty ranks numbered ten. By the 1954-1955 academic year there were thirty-nine faculty members. The Textile Engineering building was home to all Engineering classes in 1925 and was one of the few buildings open on the first day of school. Additional buildings were added in 1928, 1950, and 1951. Today, the College of Engineering is one of the largest colleges in the Texas Tech University System. It was renamed the "Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering" in 2008 in honor of one of its most distinguished alumnus.

From the guide to the Engineering Services Records, U 217. 3., 1925-2007, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Originating on the Texas Tech campus on May 26, 1931, Sigma Xi officially joined the national chapter on April 22, 1960. Tech became the fifth organization to host a chapter in Texas. Sigma Xi is a graduate science research society. Sixty-one members were inducted at the 1960 initiation ceremony.

From the guide to the Sigma Xi Records, U 238. 1., 1957-1996, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Double Key Chapter of the Phi Upsilon Omicron Sorority was an honor sorority for students in the School of Home Economics at Texas Tech. The Chapter was granted recognition from the national sorority, Phi Upsilon Omicron, in 1937. The sorority was active until 1992.

From the guide to the Phi Upsilon Omicron Double Key Chapter Records, U 372. 1., 1934-2007, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The position of Executive Vice-President was eliminated during President Haragan's term. The Provost now fulfills the function of administering all the vice-president positions and reports directly to the president.

From the guide to the Executive Vice-President and Provost Records, U 228. 1., 1952-1992 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

As a component of the national Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, the Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at Texas Tech University educates, conducts research, and gathers information regarding wildlife biology, wetland ecology, the maintenance of biodiversity, ecology and management, and fish biology, management and culture.

From the guide to the Inventory for the Fish and Wildlife Research Center Records, U 270. 1., 1981-2001 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Housed in the University Center, the Texas Tech University's Student Activities Department plans and promotes cultural and education events. It is responsible for bringing in various speakers, concerts, and entertainers, plus other university functions.

From the guide to the Student Activities Records, U 274. 1., 1926-2001, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma are national honor societies that recognize scholastic attainment during the freshman year. Membership is offered to students who earn a grade point average of at least 3.50 during the first semester of their freshman year while completing at least 12 semester hours of coursework. Students who do not qualify during the first semester may become eligible by earning a grade point average of at least 3.50 for the first two semesters of work combined.

From the guide to the Alpha Lambda Delta Records, U U356. 1., 1975-2008, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest academic honor society and was established at the College of William and Mary in 1776. The right to have a Phi Beta Kappa chapter is given to the faculty of an approved university and not to the university itself. Faculty at Texas Tech University submitted applications to get a chapter in 1982, 1985, 1997 and 2000. Deficiencies noted in the rejection of Tech's applications were addressed and a Phi Beta Kappa alumni association was chartered. Texas Tech faculty finally succeeded in gaining charter approval in 2006, thus making Texas Tech one of only three public universities in the state of Texas granted the right to host a Phi Beta Kappa chapter. The formal installation ceremonies were held at 4 p.m. on April 11, 2007, at the Allen Theatre on the Texas Tech campus.

From the guide to the Phi Beta Kappa Records, U 313. 1., 1983-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Physical Plant is responsible for the planning, construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair of Texas Tech University buildings and facilities. It also supports such services as utilities, vehicle rental, refuse and surplus collection, and custodial and other services essential to the university.

From the guide to the Physical Plant Records, U 294. 1., 1992-2004, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

There is little biographical information on this collection other than it was donated courtesy of T. Lindsay Baker. In one of the correspondence, W. S. Chennault explains that he worked for Western Union from 1920-1962 and discusses the background of the six telegraph lines from Sweetwater. The other correspondence, this time from John A. Focht, suggests doing a survey of the Camp Verde area to collect biographies and memoirs of the older engineers in the state.

From the guide to the History of Engineering Programs Records, U 89. 1., 1904-1976, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The materials were donated by the Geosciences department of Texas Tech University. These photos may be used to determine land use in 1965, urban development such as the construction of Loop 289, and in conjunction with information from other time periods to detect changes in land use and land cover over a period of time either prior to or post 1965. They are black and white and were taken in the fall after much of the vegetation has gone dormant for winter. Therefore use of these photos to determine vegetative cover will be limited. These photos are fairly large scale (1 inch = 502 feet). Among the smallest objects that can be resolved are buildings, houses, vehicles, and individual trees. A magnifier should be used by the researcher interested in objects of this size.

From the guide to the Aerial photo-maps, Lubbock County, Texas, M 1. 1., 1965, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Department of Institutional Research and Information Management provides statistical and management information to all units of the university, regulators, and others; designs, develops, and implements strategies and techniques to research, assess, and improve effectiveness. For statistical purposes and for public relations use, the department collected files on Texas Tech faculty, staff and athletic coaches that were separate from what was collected by the Personnel Office.

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Institutional Research and Information Management Records, U278. 1., 1920-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

On October 16, 1962, KTXT-TV broadcasted its first programs at Texas Tech’s non-commercial television station. An open circuit, noncommercial, educational television station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to the Board of Regents of Texas Tech University, KTXT-TV (Channel 5) is staffed and operated by the Educational Television Department of the Division of Continuing Education. The offices are housed on the southwestern part of campus, near the 817-foot broadcast tower. Its mission is "to serve the public interest, convenience and necessity, and satisfy all federal regulations relating to its staffing, operation, and funding; to support all aspects of the University, with special emphasis given to curricula and cultural contributions; and to make a positive contribution to University-community relations throughout the South Plains". KTXT-TV, also referred to as South Plains Public Television, began digital transmission in the fall of 2002. More information on the station can be found at http://www.ktxt.org/television.htm.

From the guide to the KTXT-TV Recordings, U 108. 2., 1981-2008 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the KTXT Records, U 108. 1., 1962-1999, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Sports Information Office traces its origins to the Sports News Office in the early 1950s, and evolved to the present designation in the late 1960s. Sports Information serves in a public relations capacity as a liaison between the media and the Athletic Department. The office maintains media records on all Tech athletes, as well as compiles and designs media guides and game programs.

From the guide to the Sports Video Collection, U 23. 17., 2000-2009, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Student Organization for Black Unity, formerly known as the Student Organization for Unity and Leadership (SOUL), formed in 1967 to help build a cultural identity for African Americans on campus and to raise awareness about racism in the Texas Tech and Lubbock community. They took an active role on campus during this time, promoting Black History Month, pushing for the recruitment of African American students and professors, and calling for changes in Texas Tech policy. SOUL was the first African-American student organization at Texas Technological College.

From the guide to the Student Organization for Black Unity Records, U 174. 1., 1967-1980, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Physical Plant consists of many departments, shops, and employees who are dedicated to insuring that Texas Tech has the resources it needs to maintain all buildings and functions, runs efficiently, and looks good for the community, students, faculty, and staff. They are responsible for the maintenance and repair of education and general building structural, mechanical, utility and electrical infrastructure.

From the guide to the Physical Plant, U 294. 2., 1937-2008, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Physical Plant, U 294. 2., 1937-2008, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Physical Plant, U 294. 3., 1947-2010, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Sports Information Office traces its origins to the Sports News Office in the early 1950s, and evolved to the present designation in the late 1960s. Sports Information serves in a public relations capacity as a liaison between the media and the athletic department. The Office maintains media records on all Tech athletes, as well as compiles and designs media guides and game programs.

From the guide to the Sports Information Records, U 23. 4., 1996-1998, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Sports Information, Records, U 23. 9., 1939-1999 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Sports Newspapers and Magazines Collection, U 23. 7., 1941-2006 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Sports Posters and Oversized Materials, U 23., 1956-2009, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Sports Information, Records, U 23. 14., 1960-1999 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Sports Information Records, U 23. 6., 1928-2009, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

From the guide to the Sports Information Records, U 23. 3., 1925-1996, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

University Interscholastic League (UIL), the largest organization of its kind in the world, is to provide leadership and guidance to public schools in scheduling, holding, and governing a wide variety of competitive events. It is the mission of the UIL to focus on the educational aspects of contests and on the positive benefits to Texas public school students.

From the guide to the University Interscholastic League Records, U 272. 1., 1974-2002 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Omicron Delta Kappa is a leadership/honor fraternity. Student members must have over sixty hours of university credits and at least a 3.0 grade point average. They must show competency in at least two of seven leadership areas including campus athletics, publications, literature, music, etc.

From the guide to the Omicron Delta Kappa Records, U 269. 1., 1979-1992, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) at Texas Tech offered both bachelor degrees and teacher certification. It administered the University Interscholastic League athletic conferences, dance programs, and teaching and coaching workshops. The men's and women's units were combined in 1976 in response to centralization and Title IX. A master's degree in sports medicine was added in 1981.

From the guide to the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Records, U 277. 3., 1958-1980, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Reports from the various departments under the auspices of the College of Arts and Sciences.

From the guide to the Arts and Sciences Records, U 20. 10., 1925-1991 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Margarette Leggitt Harden Mercer was a student at Texas Tecnological College and was a member of Casa Linda, Tech's cooperative house for female students majoring in Home Economics. She later became a professor in Food and Nutrition at Texas Tech University. In addition, she toured China and assisted with nutrition programs there.

This collection consists of the research, publications, and field notes of Dr. Margarette Harden Mercer. There are also 721 slides in this collection. The collection also includes 10 scrapbooks.

From the guide to the Margarette Harden Mercer Collection, U 371. 1., 1940-2000, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

In 1959, it was decided that the university should continue the self-evaluation study first begun in 1951 by Texas Tech President Wiggins. Though the main purpose of the study was to evaluate the university's graduate programs, the study surveyed both the undergraduate and graduate programs. A faculty committee was created to serve as a steering committee for the faculty study section.

Each department was asked to submit a report on its doctoral programs and to complete a report based on questioned set by the self-evaluation committee. A composite report was compiled from these various departmental reports, after which the committee reviewed the report and made suggestions. A final draft of the report was then completed. The university repeated the self-study with final results in 1973

From the guide to the Institutional Self Study Records, U 102. 3., 1951-1973, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Office of Information Services was responsible for handling the public relations aspects of Texas Tech University. This department has been called several names over the years, including Photographic Services, Public Information, University News and Publications, and News and Publications. It maintained subject files for research purposes, assisted in ascertaining accuracy of facts regarding the university, and provided editorial and technical work for production of various campus publications. It also tracked articles on the university and its faculty, staff and facilities that appear in newspapers and magazines. Information Services also coordinated interviews and press conferences and aided in the creation of media plans for major campus events.

Currently, this office now goes by the name of Communications and Marketing.

From the guide to the Information Services Records, U 100. 11., 1936-1978, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

On October 16, 1962, KTXT-TV broadcasted its first programs at Texas Tech’s non-commercial television station. An open circuit, noncommercial, educational television station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to the Board of Regents of Texas Tech University, KTXT-TV (Channel 5) is staffed and operated by the Educational Television Department of the Division of Continuing Education. The offices are housed on the southwestern part of campus, near the 817-foot broadcast tower. Its mission is "to serve the public interest, convenience and necessity, and satisfy all federal regulations relating to its staffing, operation, and funding; to support all aspects of the University, with special emphasis given to curricula and cultural contributions; and to make a positive contribution to University-community relations throughout the South Plains". KTXT-TV, also referred to as South Plains Public Television, began digital transmission in the fall of 2002. More information on the station can be found at http://www.ktxt.org/television.htm.

KTXT-FM is a non-commercial, educational radio station operated by Texas Tech University students through the Department of Student Media and is governed by OP 30.01. Licensed by the Federal Communications Commission on April 1, 1961, it is funded by student service fees and the School of Mass Communications.

It’s broadcast capabilities increased in 1976 with the donation of $10,000 to purchase a larger transmitter, thus allowing surrounding counties to receive the broadcasts. In 1999, KTXT 88.1 FM began broadcasting on the internet. The station’s 40th anniversary in March of 2001 was disrupted when lightening damage shorted its ability to broadcast and caused the station to have financial difficulties in purchasing a replacement for its damaged 25 year old transmission line. The President’s Office eventually stepped in and found the funding. 2001 also marked a change in management for KTXT-FM when its longtime advisor, Clive Kinghorn, announced his retirement. The station was then moved under supervision of the Department of Student Publications, a division of Student Affairs.

From the guide to the KTXT Records, U 107. 2., 1957-1996, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

An athletic and multi-purpose facility, the United Spirit Arena culminates a two-year building project to showcase Texas Tech's men's basketball, women's basketball and volleyball teams, as well as special events, such as commencement. The arena features more than 15,000 seats, a playing court, a practice court, special event areas and meeting rooms. The facility opened to the public on Friday, October 1, 1999.

The donor of the collection, Don Bundock, was the project representative for the architectural firm of Parkhill, Smith and Cooper, Inc. Bundock and his assistants took most of the digital images and photographs, and he will be turning over the copyright to these images to the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library.

Local photographer, I. G. Holmes, took the monthly aerial photos of the construction, and retains the copyright to those aerial images. Any use of his materials will need to be cleared through him.

From the guide to the United Spirit Arena Records, U 190. 1., 1997-1999, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Texas Tech University System chancellor, appointed by the Board of Regents, is responsible for fundraising, strategic planning, lobbying state and federal governments, and overseeing the Texas Tech University System.

John Thomas Montford became the first chancellor of Texas Tech University System on August 21, 1996. He was born in Fort Worth, Texas, on June 28, 1943, and married Debra Kay Mears on December 24, 1975. They have three children, Melinda, Melonie, and John Ross.

Montford received his bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1965 and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas Law School in 1968. After law school, he served in the Marine Corps from 1968-1971, during which time he was elected to the posts of Chief Prosecutor, Force Troops, and Fleet Marine Forces. From 1979-1982, he served as a Lubbock County District Attorney. In 1982, Montford ran for a seat in the Texas State Senate, a position which he filled for fourteen years (1983-1996). While in the Senate, Montford was chair of the Senate Finance Committee and the Senate State Affairs Committee. In recognition for his work in the Senate, he was given the honor of serving as Governor for a Day on April 24, 1993.

In August of 1996, Montford was appointed to be the first chancellor of Texas Tech University, an office he held until 2001. As chancellor, he raised more money for the university through his Horizon Campaign than any other previous campaign in Tech history, raising approximately five hundred million dollars in less than five years. In 1999, Montford was named Lubbock's most influential person by the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. After leaving Texas Tech in September 2001, Montford accepted the position of vice-president of external affairs for Southwestern Bell in San Antonio. In 2002, he became president of Southwestern Bell.

From the guide to the Chancellor's Office Records, U 210. 7., 1983-2002, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Dr. William J. Mayer-Oakes’ career as a professor of Anthropology spanned almost five decades. Mayer-Oakes worked as a professor at three Universities: the University of Toronto (1956-59), the University of Manitoba (1962-1971) and Texas Tech University (1971-1985). Although he retired in 1985, he continued to teach classes at Texas Tech until 2000. Mayer-Oakes also worked as a Field Archeologist at the Carnegie Museum from 1950-1956) and as the Museum Director at the University of Oklahoma Museum from 1959-1962. He was the founding head of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Manitoba from 1967-1971 and the founding chairman for the Department of Anthropology at Texas Tech University from 1971-1978. Mayer-Oakes also served as the Faculty Senate President at Texas Tech University from 1983-1984. Prior to attending university, Dr. Mayer-Oakes served in World War II as a United States Air Force pilot from 1943-1946. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1954.

In his research and studies he emphasized Paleo-Indian studies, environmental archeology, lithic technology studies, and acted as a pioneer in the effort to establish a conservation standard for archeology. Mayer-Oakes conducted many field studies in South America, mainly Ecuador, in the upper Ohio Valley, and in various parts of Canada. From 1957-1987, Dr. Mayer-Oakes received a combined total of 58 grants and contracts totaling up to $686,000 for his research and field studies.

Mayer-Oakes was involved with numerous organizations within his field, including the American Anthropological Association, the Society for American Archaeology, the Royal Anthropological Institute, the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology (served as Second Vice President), the Eastern States Archeological Federation (served as President from 1958-1961) and the American Society for Conservation Archaeology (served as President). He was also a member of the Sigma Xi Fraternity. Mayer-Oakes served on the Olympic Cycling Committee and was active as both a competitive cyclist and a coordinator of Latin American cycling competitions for the U.S. Cycling Federation’s International Committee.

Over the course of his life Mayer-Oakes received many recognitions including being made the first honorary member of Allegheny Chapter No. 1 of the Society for Pennsylvania Archeology for his archeological contributions. Since 1949, he published over 225 items including papers, journal columns, technical articles, reviews, abstracts, manuscripts, and a book titled “Prehistory of the Upper-Ohio Valley.” From 1950-1958 Mayer Oakes wrote and published “Archeological Newsletter” from the Carnegie Museum.

From the guide to the William J. Mayer-Oakes Collection, U 337. 1., 1896-2000, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Texas Technological College was chartered in 1923, and its first football coach, E. Y. Freeland, was hired in 1925. The first football game was held at the Fair Grounds. In 1947, the Clifford B. and Audrey Jones Stadium was completed and originally held 18,000 seats. The stadium was renovated in 1959 to increase the seating capacity, with subsequent renovations occurring in 1969, 1972, 1990, and 2000. The Athletics Training Center was opened in 1986 and included facilities for indoor track, volleyball, tennis, baseball, and golf. Completed in late 1999, the 15,000 seat United Spirit Arena became the new home for the university's basketball and volleyball teams.

Baseball, track and tennis were played at Texas Tech beginning in 1926. Golf was begun in 1936. The university also at one time maintained a swim team. Since 1925, the university's football team, The Red Raiders, has participated in over 22 bowl games and produced numerous notable athletes. Texas Tech joined the Border Conference in 1932 and became a member of the Southwest Conference in 1956. The disbanding of the Southwest Conference in 1996 led to Tech's joining the newly formed Big 12 Conference the same year.

From the guide to the Athletic Media Relations Scrapbooks, U 193. 3., 1979-1998, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Officially opened on March 13, 1953, the University Center, now called the Student Union Building, houses the offices of various campus organizations and student services. The Student Union Program Council was responsible for planning and organizing various social events, such as the Speakers and Artists Series, movies, dance performances and entertainers. By the 1990s, University Center Programs became the administering body and the social events were renamed as the Nightlife Series.

In the spring of 2002, the Texas Tech University departments of Student Activities and Student Life merged to form the Center for Campus Life (CCL). The Center for Campus Life is responsible for arranging cultural and social events to enrich the lives of Texas Tech students, faculty and the general public. The Center for Campus Life is responsible for the oversight of Texas Tech Social Fraternities and Sororities and serves as the liaison between Greek organizations, their alumni, and the Texas Tech University administration.

From the guide to the Campus Activities and Involvement Records, U 344. 1., 1920-2001, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Texas Technological College was chartered in 1923, and its first football coach, E. Y. Freeland, was hired in 1925. The first football game was held at the Fair Grounds. In 1947, the Clifford B. and Audrey Jones Stadium was completed and originally held 18,000 seats. The stadium was renovated in 1959 to increase the seating capacity, with subsequent renovations occurring in 1969, 1972, 1990, and 2000. The Athletics Training Center was opened in 1986 and included facilities for indoor track, volleyball, tennis, baseball, and golf. Completed in late 1999, the 15,000 seat United Spirit Arena became the new home for the university's basketball and volleyball teams.

Baseball, track and tennis were played at Texas Tech beginning in 1926. Golf was begun in 1936. The university also at one time maintained a swim team. Since 1925, the university's football team, The Red Raiders, has participated in over 22 bowl games and produced numerous notable athletes. Texas Tech joined the Border Conference in 1932 and became a member of the Southwest Conference in 1956. The disbanding of the Southwest Conference in 1996 led to Tech's joining the newly formed Big 12 Conference the same year.

From the guide to the Athletic Media Relations Photographs, U 193. 2., 1925-2000, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Lady Raiders is the women's basketball team at Texas Tech University. In March and April of 1993, the Lady Raiders won the Southwest Conference Post Basketball Tournament and the NCAA Championship.

The team is headed by noted basketball coach Marsha Sharp, who completed her 20th year with the university in 2002. Among her accomplishments is serving as head coach of the 1994 Olympic Festival West Team, which won a silver medal in St. Louis, and serving as head coach of the qualifying teams for the inaugural USA Basketball World Championships for Young Women in Brazil in 2002. The 1993 National Championship win by the Lady Raiders was the first for Texas Tech University, the team and its coach.

From the guide to the Lady Raiders Records, U 206. 1., 1993-1995, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

In 1978, a folk dance group was founded under the supervision of Randy Kirk, who served as the director of the newly established German Dancers. As director of the Southwest Center for German Studies at Texas Tech, Dr. Meredith McClain sponsored the group. A name change to the Texas Tech German Dancers was successfully petitioned by Dr. McClain in 1982. Over the years, the dancers traveled throughout the state performing at various events as well as traveling to Europe. The group recieved the distinction of being named "The Texas State German Dancers for 1983" by proclamation of Governor Mark White for being the only U. S. student organization to be invited to participate in the German Tricentennial Commission's celebration in Krefeld, Germany. In 1985, the group was named the Outstanding Organization of 1985 (Special Interest) by the Texas Tech Student Activities/S.O.S. department. The dancers, along with well over 500 other individuals, participated in Lubbock's Sesquicentennial Celebration events in 1986. Then in 1987, the group was invited to participate from May-June in the 750th birthday events for the city of Berlin, Germany.

These scrapbooks were donated by Dr. Meredith McClain, who served as faculty advisor to the Texas Tech German Dancers. She is an Associate Professor of German and, since September 2005, has served as the Founding Director of the Texas Tech University Center in Quedlinburg, Germany. Dr.McClain has been awarded two German medals for her research and promotion of German Studies in the United States.

From the guide to the Texas Tech German Dancers Scrapbooks, U 346. 1., 1978-1987, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Texas Technological College was chartered in 1923, and its first football coach, E. Y. Freeland, was hired in 1925. The first football game was held at the Fair Grounds. In 1947, the Clifford B. and Audrey Jones Stadium was completed and originally held 18,000 seats. The stadium was renovated in 1959 to increase the seating capacity, with subsequent renovations occurring in 1969, 1972, 1990, and 2000. The Athletics Training Center was opened in 1986 and included facilities for indoor track, volleyball, tennis, baseball, and golf. Completed in late 1999, the 15,000 seat United Spirit Arena became the new home for the university's basketball and volleyball teams.

Baseball, track and tennis were played at Texas Tech beginning in 1926. Golf was begun in 1936. The university also at one time maintained a swim team. Since 1925, the university's football team, The Red Raiders, has participated in over 22 bowl games and produced numerous notable athletes. Texas Tech joined the Border Conference in 1932 and became a member of the Southwest Conference in 1956. The disbanding of the Southwest Conference in 1996 led to Tech's joining the newly formed Big 12 Conference the same year.

From the guide to the Athletic Media Relations Records, U 193. 1., 1928-2012, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Masked Rider tradition began officially January 1, 1954, when a member of the Sheriff's Posse, Bert Eads, thought up the idea of having a horse lead the Red Raiders onto the football field at the start of each game. A beautiful black horse named Blackie was proved by Jim St. Clair. Joe Kirk Fulton became the first Masked Rider as he rode Blackie on the field during the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Florida. The Atlanta Journal described the event as No team in any bowl game ever made a more sensational entrance. After Tech's victory, Fulton's father donated the start up gear for the Masked Rider, including horse trailer and saddle.

Unofficially, the Masked Rider has been sneaking onto the Tech football field since the 1930s. Since 1954, the official Masked Rider has been occupied by fifty Texas Tech students over the past fifty-seven years. Though the mascot has been a long tradition for Tech, the rules for performance on the field have changed as well as the costume itself. Many horses have been trained for their activities on the football field, including several owned by the Masked Rider at the time. Since 2002, the Masked Rider has ridden Midnight Matador.

From the guide to the Masked Rider Records, U 114. 1., 1938-2011, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

In the fall of 1951, President Wiggins decided that the university should begin a self-evaluation program. Though the main purpose of the study was to evaluate the university's graduate programs, the study surveyed both the undergraduate and graduate programs. A faculty committee was created to serve as a steering committee for the faculty study section.

Each department was asked to submit a report on its doctoral programs and to complete a report based on questioned set by the self-evaluation committee. A composite report was compiled from these various departmental reports, after which the committee reviewed the report and made suggestions. A final draft of the report was then completed.

From the guide to the Self-Evaluation Committee Records, U 164. 1., 1949-1961, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Leadership, scholarship, and service are the motto of Mortar Board, a national honor society made up of top ranking senior students. The organization was founded nationally in 1918, through the efforts of four local women’s honor societies at Swarthmore College, Cornell University, Ohio State University, and the University of Michigan.

Texas Tech University’s service organization, Forum, was founded by Mrs. Mary W. Doak in 1927, and was accepted in the spring of 1949 into the national chapter of the Mortar Board by A.A.U.W. In 1975, the organization went co-ed, inviting males to join its ranks. At Texas Tech, membership in Mortar Board is comprised of the top 50 seniors.

From the guide to the Mortar Board Records, U 121. 1., 1928-2005, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Formed in 2005, the West Texas Coalition for the George W. Bush Presidential Library is a joint effort of regional higher education institutions, cities, counties and business leaders supporting and promoting Texas Tech University (TTU) in Lubbock, Texas, as the site for the George Walker Bush Presidential Library. In October, TTU was chosen as one of the four finalist sites along with Baylor University, Southern Methodist University and the University of Dallas.

On November 16, 2005, members of the West Texas Coalition went to Washington, D. C., to make their last presentation to the Presidential Library Selection Committee. Final site selection is expected to be made in late spring 2006 or early summer 2006.

From the guide to the George W. Bush Presidential Library Collection, U 305. 1., 2000-2006, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Over the years, the title of this office has changed multiple times. From 1940 to 1952, this position was not specifically defined. From 1953 to 1959, this position was entitled Vice-President and was in charge of academic administration. Dr. Gustav Ernst Gieskecke held this position until his resignation on June 15th, 1959.

There is no listing for this office from 1960 to 1961. From 1961 to 1967, Dr. William Martin Pearce held the title of Academic Vice-President. From 1967 to 1973, Dr. Sabe McClain Kennedy held the title of Vice-President for Academic Affairs, until his resignation on June 1st, 1973. Dr. William R. Johnson held the position of Interim Vice-President for Academic Affairs from 1973 to 1978.

Now this position is currently filled by the office of the Provost. It deals with matters pertaining to the academic affairs of Texas Tech’s schools. This includes coordinating credits and courses, the formulation of academic policies and procedures, along with faculty development, as well as the Dean’s Council.

From the guide to the Vice-President for Academic Affairs, U 2. 2., 1965-1985 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Texas Technological College was chartered in 1923, and its first football coach, E. Y. Freeland, was hired in 1925. The first football game was held at the Fair Grounds. In 1947, the Clifford B. and Audrey Jones Stadium was completed and originally held 18,000 seats. The stadium was renovated in 1959 to increase the seating capacity, with subsequent renovations occurring in 1969, 1972, 1990, and 2000. The Athletics Training Center was opened in 1986 and included facilities for indoor track, volleyball, tennis, baseball, and golf. Completed in late 1999, the 15,000 seat United Spirit Arena became the new home for the university's basketball and volleyball teams.

Baseball, track and tennis were played at Texas Tech beginning in 1926. Golf was begun in 1936. The university also at one time maintained a swim team. Since 1925, the university's football team, The Red Raiders, has participated in over 22 bowl games and produced numerous notable athletes. Texas Tech joined the Border Conference in 1932 and became a member of the Southwest Conference in 1956. The disbanding of the Southwest Conference in 1996 led to Tech's joining the newly formed Big 12 Conference the same year.

From the guide to the Athletic Media Relations, Photographs, U 193. 1., 1928-1999 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Texas Technological College was chartered in 1923, and its first football coach, E. Y. Freeland, was hired in 1925. The first football game was held at the Fair Grounds. In 1947, the Clifford B. and Audrey Jones Stadium was completed and originally held 18,000 seats. The stadium was renovated in 1959 to increase the seating capacity, with subsequent renovations occurring in 1969, 1972, 1990, and 2000. The Athletics Training Center was opened in 1986 and included facilities for indoor track, volleyball, tennis, baseball, and golf. Completed in late 1999, the 15,000 seat United Spirit Arena became the new home for the university's basketball and volleyball teams.

Baseball, track and tennis were played at Texas Tech beginning in 1926. Golf was begun in 1936. The university also at one time maintained a swim team. Since 1925, the university's football team, The Red Raiders, has participated in over 22 bowl games and produced numerous notable athletes. Texas Tech joined the Border Conference in 1932 and became a member of the Southwest Conference in 1956. The disbanding of the Southwest Conference in 1996 led to Tech's joining the newly formed Big 12 Conference the same year.

From the guide to the Athletic Media Relations, Photographs, U 193. 1., 1928-1999 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Organized under the Chancellor's Division to handle news and information for the Texas Tech University 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.

From the guide to the University News and Publications Videos, U 185. 9., 1994-2005, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

At Texas Tech University, the women's basketball team is known as the Lady Raiders. The pinnacle of their athletic tenure occurred in March and April of 1993, when the Lady Raiders won the Southwest Conference Post Basketball Tournament and the NCAA Championship. The 1993 National Championship win by the Lady Raiders was the first for Texas Tech University, the team and its coach.

The team was headed by noted basketball coach Marsha Sharp, who completed her 20th year with the university in 2002. Among her accomplishments was serving as head coach of the 1994 Olympic Festival West Team, which won a silver medal in St. Louis, and serving as head coach of the qualifying teams for the inaugural USA Basketball World Championships for Young Women in Brazil in 2002. Sharp resigned as the women’s basketball coach in 2006.

From the guide to the Lady Raiders Video Recordings, U 206. 3., 1983-2005, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Plant and Soil Science Department at Texas Tech University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in the areas of Horticulture, Entomology, and Agronomy.

Cecil I. Ayers was a professor of agronomy who coached the Tech Crops Judging Team. Under his supervision, the team won numerous awards and honors. Ayers was winner of the Piper Professor Award in 1962 and has a student scholarship named in his honor available to plant and soil science majors.

From the guide to the Plant and Soil Sciences Records, U 146. 1., 1947-1971 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

The Dairy Barn and Silo were constructed in 1926-27 and served as a teaching facility for forty years. The barn was designed by Fort Worth architect, W. C. Hedrick, with the help of agricultural dean, A. H. Leidigh and Professor W. L. Stangel. Students brought their own cows to campus until 1935, and milk products were first marketed through the Student Dairy Association.

After 1927, the Dairy Manufactures Department, established by K. M. Renner, furnished milk and ice cream to the Lubbock community and college cafeterias. The barn was abandoned in 1964 when dairy operations were moved to another location. In 1990-92, a successful student fundraising effort insured the preservation of the dairy barn as a symbol of Texas Tech's agricultural heritage.

From the guide to the Dairy Barn Records, U 55. 1., 1970-1992 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

At Texas Tech University, the women's basketball team is known as the Lady Raiders. The pinnacle of their athletic tenure occurred in March and April of 1993, when the Lady Raiders won the Southwest Conference Post Basketball Tournament and the NCAA Championship. The 1993 National Championship win by the Lady Raiders was the first for Texas Tech University, the team and its coach.

The team was headed by noted basketball coach Marsha Sharp, who completed her 20th year with the university in 2002. Among her accomplishments was serving as head coach of the 1994 Olympic Festival West Team, which won a silver medal in St. Louis, and serving as head coach of the qualifying teams for the inaugural USA Basketball World Championships for Young Women in Brazil in 2002. Sharp resigned as the women’s basketball coach in 2006.

From the guide to the Lady Raiders Records, U 206. 3., 1982-2006, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Raised in Austin, Minnesota, James Faber McNally began swimming competitively at the age of 12 and continued his pursuit of the sport during his military years. He earned a physical education degree from the University of Oklahoma before arriving in Lubbock in 1952, at which time he enrolled at Texas Technological College for a master's degree in physical education. The Lubbock Boys Club hired him for their swim director the same year and here, McNally began working with Dr. Ray Kireilis, coach of the Texas Tech men's swim team, due to the fact that Texas Tech did not yet have its own pool. "There wasn't much of a budget in those days, only about $500 which was used mostly for gas on trips," McNally recalled.

The men's swim team began receiving more support from Texas Tech when it joined the Southwest Conference in 1957 and a new pool was built at the Men's Gym. McNally continued his collaboration with Kireilis and the program strengthened with the inclusion of stronger swim athletes and two small scholarships that were split among the members. Kireilis, who was Head of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation for Men, recommended McNally for appointment as an instructor. The duo's successful partnership resulted in the co-authoring of two swimming textbooks.

In 1959, McNally moved into the position of head coach upon Kireilis's retirement. In addition, he worked as an assistant professor and coached the Lubbock AAU team. He received tenure in 1964 to became an associate professor. The Texas Tech swim team went on to win numerous awards, including four All-Americans. In 1977, McNally fondly boasted of his former athletes, "There are 12 former Tech swimmers who are now high school swimming coaches."

McNally himself was recognized for his contributions to swimming, including being named in 1972 as NCAA Diving Committee Chairman and Master Coach by his peers. He retired on July 15, 1989, and continues to reside in Lubbock, Texas, with his wife, Patsy Reynolds.

Unfortunately due to economics issues, Texas Tech eliminated their men's and women's swimming programs in 1986. On vacation in the Caribbean, Ron Holihan received word that he would be the last coach for the men's swim team. Controversy over the program cuts were particularly noted on the women's side as it marked the second cut in that department in two years, following the elimination of women's softball, and the discharge of 5 staff members.

From the guide to the James McNally Records, U 301. 1., 1950-2005, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

This collection contains records from several athletics departments at Texas Tech University. The manuscript portion of the collection is divided up into several series: Baseball (1985-2009), Gerald Myers (1976-1991), Polk Robison (1957-1970), and Women's Intercollegiate Athletics (1973-2009).

Baseball started at Texas Tech in 1926, yet only lasted until 1929. It was brought back as an official sport in 1954. Texas Tech began construction on a new stadium in the mid-1980s after a storm wrecked much of the baseball field. In 1988 the baseball stadium, formerly called the Tech Diamond, was renamed after Dan Law, who donated the money necessary to provide lighting for nighttime games.

Gerald Myers, a native of Borger, Texas, played basketball at Tech from 1956-1959. He served as the Men’s basketball coach from 1971-1991 with a 326-261 record. Myers was named Athletic Director at Texas Tech in 1997. Before coming to Tech, he coached at Monterey High School in Lubbock and at Houston Baptist College.

Polk Robison served as Assistant Athletic Director from 1956-1961 and Athletic Director from 1961-1970. While athletic director, he served a term as chairman of the NCAA basketball committee. Robison started working at Tech in 1941 as an assistant football and basketball coach. He became head basketball coach in 1942 and continued coaching until 1961. He coached the Red Raider basketball team to their first Southwest Conference Championship in 1961.

Born in May 1912 in Springfield, Tennessee, Robison later moved to Ranger, Texas and then to Lubbock. He attended Texas Technological College in the early 1930’s, graduating in 1934.

In January 1975 Texas Tech University established the Women’s Athletic Department and appointed Jeannine McHaney as Athletic Director. Prior to the creation of the Women’s Athletic Department, women’s sports were funded and administered by Women’s Intramurals, through which Tech women had been competing in sports ten to twelve years before the official creation of the Department. Intramural sports at Tech offered nine sports, including bowling, gymnastics and badminton; however, after reorganizing under the Women’s Athletic Department, these three sports were dropped in order to cater to Texas high school athletes.

The first six sports sponsored under the Women’s Athletic Department included basketball, volleyball, tennis, swimming and diving, track and field, and golf. In 1980 softball was included; however, due to budget constraints softball was removed in 1985 along with Tech’s swimming and diving program. (Softball was again added to the program in 1996, following the addition of women’s soccer in 1994.)

The Women’s Athletics Department was originally housed in the old Naval Reserve Building. As late as August of 1975, women’s athletics owned no office equipment, no office machines, no sports equipment, and only a base amount of uniforms and warm up suits with which to outfit the six teams. The budget for men’s athletics in 1976 was $1.4 million, however, the women’s budget totaled only $145,000 (up from $10,000 the previous year).

A leader in the establishment of women's athletics at Texas Tech, McHaney started as a professor of Physical Education at Tech in 1966. She subsequently directed women's intramurals, served as TTU women's volleyball coach from 1966-1975, and was the first director of the Tech Women's Athletic Department starting in 1975. When the Women’s Athletic Department combined with the Men’s Athletic Department in the late 1980’s, McHaney was named Assistant Athletic Director. McHaney became the first woman inducted into the Texas Tech Athletic Hall of Honor. She died after losing her battle with cancer in 1994.

From the guide to the Sports Infromation Records, U 23. 19., 1938-2009, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

John Thomas Montford was born in Fort Worth, Texas, on June 28, 1943. He married Pamela Jacobs on June 3, 1966 and they had one child, Melinda, before they divorced. On December 24, 1975, Montford got remarried to Debra Kay Mears and they had two children, Melonie and John Ross.

He received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1965 and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas Law School in 1968. During his years in the Marine Corps from 1968-1971, Montford was elected to the post of Chief Prosecutor, Force Troops, Fleet Marine Forces. From 1979-1982, he served as a Lubbock County District Attorney. He was elected to Texas Senate in November, 1982, serving from 1983-1996. In recognition for his work on the senate, he was given the honor of serving as Governor for a Day on April 24, 1993.

In 1996, Montford became the first Chancellor for Texas Tech University, and held that office until 2001. In his five years at Texas Tech, he raised more money for the university through his Horizon Campaign than any other previous campaign in Tech history, raising approximately five hundred million dollars in less than five years.

After leaving Texas Tech in September, 2001, Montford accepted the position of vice-president of external affairs for Southwestern Bell in San Antonio. In 2002, he became president of Southwestern Bell.

From the guide to the Chancellor's Office Records, U 210. 5., 1957-2001, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

Over the years, the title of this office has changed multiple times. From 1940 to 1952, this position was not specifically defined. From 1953 to 1959, this position was entitled Vice-President and was in charge of academic administration. Dr. Gustav Ernst Gieskecke held this position until his resignation on June 15th, 1959.

There is no listing for this office from 1960 to 1961. From 1961 to 1967, Dr. William Martin Pearce held the title of Academic Vice-President. From 1967 to 1973, Dr. Sabe McClain Kennedy held the title of Vice-President for Academic Affairs, until his resignation on June 1st, 1973. Dr. William R. Johnson held the position of Interim Vice-President for Academic Affairs from 1973 to 1978.

Now this position is currently filled by the office of the Provost. It deals with matters pertaining to the academic affairs of Texas Tech’s schools. This includes coordinating credits and courses, the formulation of academic policies and procedures, along with faculty development, as well as the Dean’s Council.

From the guide to the Vice-President for Academic Affairs, U 2. 1., 1940-1977 and undated, (Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University)

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referencedIn Censure Records, U 38. 1., 1956-1966 Southwest Collection/Special Collections Libary, Texas Tech University
creatorOf Mortar Board Records, U 121. 1., 1928-2005 Southwest Collection/Special Collections Libary, Texas Tech University
referencedIn Nancy Cantwell Collection, U 304. 1., 1938-1956 Southwest Collection/Special Collections Libary, Texas Tech University
creatorOf Agricultural Sciences Records, U 12. 1., 1954-1984 and undated Southwest Collection/Special Collections Libary, Texas Tech University
referencedIn Provost's Office Records, U 207. 4., 1970-1998 and undated Southwest Collection/Special Collections Libary, Texas Tech University
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associatedWith Coaches All-America Game corporateBody
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associatedWith Conselman, Frank B. person
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associatedWith Curl, Sam E. person
associatedWith Darling, John. person
associatedWith Davis, J. William (James William) person
associatedWith Denham, Claude Spaulding, 1904-1981. person
associatedWith Dewbre, Judy person
associatedWith Dickey, James. person
associatedWith Dietz, Donald person
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associatedWith Dvoracek, Marvin J. person
associatedWith Eisenhower Consortium for Western Environmental Forestry Research corporateBody
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associatedWith Gieskecke, Gustav Ernst person
associatedWith Gieskecke, Gustav Ernst. person
associatedWith Goodacre, G. (Glenna) person
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associatedWith Granberry, Jim person
associatedWith Graves, Lawrence L. person
associatedWith Haley, Elizabeth G. person
associatedWith Hance, Kent Ronald, 1942- person
associatedWith Haragan, Donald person
associatedWith Haragan, Donald R. person
associatedWith Harden, Margarette L. person
associatedWith Harris, Bernard person
associatedWith Haynie, John, 1924- person
associatedWith Heineman, Ellis Richard. person
associatedWith Hemmle, Gene person
associatedWith Hendrick, Clyde person
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associatedWith High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1. corporateBody
associatedWith Holmes, I. G. person
associatedWith Hougland, Donald R. person
associatedWith Hoyle, Dorothy person
associatedWith Huerta, Salvador person
associatedWith Hurd, Peter person
associatedWith Hurst, Mary Jane person
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associatedWith International Center for Arid and Semi-arid Land Studies corporateBody
associatedWith Jennings, William Morley. person
associatedWith Jimenez, Porfirio person
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associatedWith Jones Stadium (Texas Tech University) corporateBody
associatedWith Keisling, Ernst W. person
associatedWith Kennedy, S. M. (Sabe McClain), 1923- person
associatedWith Kireilis, Ramon W., 1927- person
associatedWith Kirk, Randy person
associatedWith Knight, Bobby person
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associatedWith Kovnar, Murray R., 1912-1971. person
associatedWith KTXT (Radio station : Lubbock, Tex.) corporateBody
associatedWith KTXT-TV (Television station : Lubbock, Tex.) Texas Tech University corporateBody
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associatedWith Levin, Harry, 1912-1994 person
associatedWith Loomis Austin (Firm) corporateBody
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associatedWith Lowe, George D. person
associatedWith Lubbock International Cultural Center (Tex.) corporateBody
associatedWith Lubbock Lake Site (Tex.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Lynch, Anne C. person
associatedWith Mackey, Maurice Cecil. person
associatedWith Market Lubbock, Inc. corporateBody
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associatedWith Mediano, Rose person
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associatedWith Morton, Auvena. person
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associatedWith Myers, Dorice Mirick. person
associatedWith Nall, Kline A. person
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associatedWith National Organization for Women. Lubbock Chapter. corporateBody
associatedWith Nightlife Series (Texas Tech University) corporateBody
associatedWith Northington, David K. person
associatedWith Omicron Delta Kappa corporateBody
associatedWith Pantex Plant corporateBody
associatedWith Parker, Nick C. person
associatedWith Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc. corporateBody
associatedWith Peace Corps (U.S.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Perry, Rick person
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associatedWith Phi Beta Delta corporateBody
associatedWith Phi Beta Kappa corporateBody
associatedWith Phi Eta Sigma corporateBody
associatedWith Phillips, Florence Louise person
associatedWith Phillips Petroleum Company. corporateBody
associatedWith Phi Upsilon Omicron corporateBody
associatedWith Phi Upsilon Omicron. Omega Chapter (Texas Tech University) corporateBody
associatedWith Plotzensee (Prison: Berlin, Germany) corporateBody
associatedWith Prairie Partners, Inc. corporateBody
associatedWith Ranching Heritage Association corporateBody
associatedWith Ranching Heritage Center (Lubbock, Tex.) corporateBody
associatedWith Ratliff, C. W. person
associatedWith Red Raider Club (Lubbock, Tex.) corporateBody
associatedWith Reed, Jim W. person
associatedWith Reese Air Force Base corporateBody
associatedWith Reese Air Force Base (Tex.) corporateBody
associatedWith Reese, James V., 1934- person
associatedWith Reese, Tom person
associatedWith Reese, Tom person
associatedWith Renya, Romeo person
associatedWith Responsive Management (Firm) corporateBody
associatedWith Rigby, Fred person
associatedWith Robison, John W. person
associatedWith Robison, Polk person
associatedWith Rockoff, Stuart person
associatedWith Rodriguez, Armando L. person
associatedWith Romero, Yolanda Garcia person
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associatedWith Rushing, Barnie E. person
associatedWith Rushing, W. B. Dub. person
associatedWith Rylander, Dorothy, 1909-1988. person
associatedWith Sansom, Andrewe person
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associatedWith Schnepf, Max, 1941- person
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associatedWith Sharp, Marsha person
associatedWith Sharp, Marsha person
associatedWith Sharp, Marsha person
associatedWith Sharp, Marsha person
associatedWith Smith, David R. person
associatedWith Smith, Dutchy person
associatedWith Smith, Peston, 1912- person
associatedWith Smith, Preston Earnest, 1912- person
associatedWith Smith, Wilmer. person
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associatedWith Southern Association of Agricultural Scientist corporateBody
associatedWith Southwest Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women corporateBody
associatedWith Southwest Conference (U.S.) corporateBody
associatedWith Sowell, Virginia person
associatedWith Speakers and Artists Series (Texas Tech University) corporateBody
associatedWith Speer, Albert, 1905-1981 person
associatedWith Strauss, Monty person
associatedWith Student Organization for Black Unity corporateBody
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associatedWith Swoopes, Sheryl person
associatedWith Swoopes, Sheryl person
associatedWith Swoopes, Sheryl person
associatedWith Techsan Garden Club (Lubbock, Tex.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Temple B'Nai Israel corporateBody
associatedWith Templer, Otis W. person
associatedWith Temple Shaareth Israel corporateBody
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associatedWith Texas Association of College Teachers. Texas Tech Chapter. corporateBody
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associatedWith Texas Restaurant Association corporateBody
associatedWith Texas Tech Athletic Council corporateBody
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associatedWith Texas Tech Ex-students Association corporateBody
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associatedWith Texas Technological College. Sports News Office