CUL Digital Collections Update: July 2013

Vapor Yngles Corby=Castle (English Steamer

Vapor Yngles Corby=Castle (English Steamer “Corby-Castle”), ca. 1900-1909, by Eduardo Fuentes

In July 2013, CUL uploaded 822 items into our CONTENTdm collections

Highlights include:

91 audio files from Southwestern University for the John G. Tower Multimedia collection

109 Texas-related oil negatives by Robert Yarnall Richie as part of the TexTreasures FY2013 grant

79 negatives by Robert Yarnall Richie that depict aerial views of mansions ca. 1932-1934, in New York (including Southampton), New Jersey, and Florida

232 issues of the SMU student newspaper, 1937-1940

47 photographs of Everette DeGolyer, Sr., ca. 1940s, with politicians, oil executives, and scientists, often at oil-related events

Crucifix, Detail Filling Cracks with Wedges of Same Wood Carving. St. Andrew Catholic Church, Fort Worth, Tex. 1971-72

Crucifix, Detail Filling Cracks with Wedges of Same Wood Carving. St. Andrew Catholic Church, Fort Worth, Tex. 1971-72

Recuerdo de un Viaje al Ystmo de Tehuantepec (Memento of a Journey to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec), ca. 1900-1909

The Persia, July 2, 1855, two salt paper prints of the RMS Persia, a British passenger liner operated by the Cunard Line, under construction at the Glasgow shipyards in Glasgow, Scotland.

118 slides of the Crucifix, St. Andrew Catholic Church project by Ocatavio Medellin

Miscellaneous Views of Dallas, 1930s-1940s, which includes 40 pairs of labeled/unlabeled aerial views of Dallas taken primarily by Lloyd Long

 

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