CUL Digital Collections: February 2012

In February, CUL uploaded 686 items into our CONTENTdm collections. CUL now has approximately 21,336 published items.

Below are highlights:

Deep Therapy Department, Baylor University Hospital, Drs. Martin and Martin, ca. 1920s

Deep Therapy Department, Baylor University Hospital, Drs. Martin and Martin, ca. 1920s

116 Texas photographs into the Lawrence T. Jones III Texas Photographs collection as part of the Summerlee Texas History Grant

21 currency notes in the Rowe-Barr Collection of Texas Currency

10 items in the newly-created Jerry Bywaters Collection on Art of the Southwest.

8 items in Texas Artists: Paintings, Sculpture, and Works on Paper

1939 The Semi-Weekly Campus Goes To Press video into the Southern Methodist University Campus Memories collection

18 negatives from the Robert Yarnall Richie Photographs collection

Carib Gold, 1956

Carib Gold, 1956

52 items into the Railroads: Photographs, Manuscripts, and Imprints collection, including 34 glass and film negatives, mostly lithographs, from the Collection of Railroad Negatives and 18 items from the Central Pacific Railroad accession

Carib Gold, 1956, by Splendora Film Corp., in the newly created G. William Jones Film and Video Collection

7 movies in the Tyler, Texas Black Film Collection

15 early card photographs from the Colorado Stereos accession

2 videos in the John G. Tower Multimedia collection, including Tight Money, High Interest Rates, and Inflation and Vietnam Press Conference

Boogie Woogie Blues

Boogie Woogie Blues

115 early Texas postcards digitized as part of the FY 2012 TexTreasures grant

145 documents in the newly restructured Cantonment Burgwin Postings collection

Bridwell Library made public the Collection on Frances E. Willard and created Lantern slides produced by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South

Shown above right: Deep Therapy Department, Baylor University Hospital, Drs. Martin and Martin, ca. 1920s. Above left: Carib Gold, 1956. Right: Boogie Woogie Blues, starring Hadda Brooks.

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