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Let’s Go to the Fair!

In Dallas, the arrival of the fall season may or may not deliver cooler temperatures, but one can always count on the State Fair of Texas to bring plenty of pig races, cattle contests, craft exhibits, corn dogs and yet

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News from the DeGolyer-July 2022

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: July 2022 Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues: June

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News from the DeGolyer-June 2022

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: June 2022 Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues: May

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New from the DeGolyer-May 2022

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: May 2022 Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues: April

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News from the DeGolyer-April 2022

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: April 2022 Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues: March

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News from the DeGolyer-March 2022

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: March 2022 Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues: February

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Defeating the Stereotype

“Will electronics replace the housewife?” was the title of a 1958 tongue-in-cheek promotional piece for household appliances printed in Texins, Texas Instruments employees’ magazine. In addition to being a leader in oil exploration and the defense industry, the company’s advancements

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In Process, Natalie Ornish papers

New Year, new processing project for the Archives of Women of the Southwest. Archival processing is a crucial element of collections care; it’s how we begin to know what materials are included in a collection, how we ensure preservation, and

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News from the DeGolyer Library

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: December 2021 Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues:

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On-Air

Mention the word “wireless” today, and the mind associates it with signal quality, upload or download speeds, or instant messaging.   However, it was radio broadcasting that pioneered wireless communication at the turn of the twentieth-century. Last month marked 100 years

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