Texas Tech University Archives
Below are oversized materials, arranged primarily by donor, that are housed separately from manuscript collections due to their size.

Academics, Agricultural and Applied Economics, Agricultural Sciences/Animal Sciences, Art and Photography [Miscellaneous], Athletics, Center for Campus Life, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Engineering Establishment & Location of TTU, Facilities Planning and Construction, Human Sciences, International Center for Arid and Semi-Arid Land Studies (ICASALS), International Textile Center, Landscape Architecture, Masked Rider, Miscellaneous, Mom and Dads Association, Museum, Music, President's Office, PrinTech, Provost's Office, Ranching Heritage Center, Research Services, Residence Hall Association, Saddle Tramps, Shanklin, Melinda, Student Housing, Student Union and Activities, Southwest Collection, Texas Tech Press, Women's Service Organization and Women's Studies Program


Academics

  • O17.C - Time Chart of Earth’s Early History from Archeozoic to Cenozoic. Partially torn, undated (1 item)
  • O17.5 - Scrapbook of the Red Raiders vs. St. Mary’s Gaels, Cotton Bowl, January 2, 1939 [Includes Cotton Bowl of 1994]

Agricultural and Applied Economics

  • O19.15.4 - Large aerials of Lubbock and Texas Tech: 1) Aerial #CRU-5 A-30 of Lubbock, October 31, 1940 [encapsulated]; 2) Aerial #CRU-5 A-58 of Lubbock, October 31, 1940; 3) Aerial #CRU-5 A-57 of Lubbock, October 31, 1940; 4) Reproduction of Conservation Plan Map #4169103, undated; 5) Aerial #CRM-3 KK-185 of Texas Tech University and Surrounding Land, March 25, 1969 (has deep tear on center left side); 6) Soil Map, January, 1974 (3 sheets); and 7) Aerial #CRM-4 KK-259 of an unidentified location, March 26, 1969.

Agricultural Sciences / Animal Sciences

  • O17.4 - W. L. Stangel collection:  Charts, 1946 (2 items); Texas Tech Blueprints, undated (7 items); Assorted Blueprints, 1929 (6 items); Texas Tech Buildings and Assorted Blueprints, 1937-1949 (6 items); Texas Tech Buildings and Assorted Blueprints, 1926 and undated (13 items); Texas Tech Buildings and Assorted Blueprints, 1934-1948 (10 items); Texas Tech Buildings and Assorted Blueprints, 1937 and undated (6 items); Texas Tech Buildings and Assorted Blueprints, 1941 (15 items); and Texas Tech Buildings and Assorted Blueprints, 1920-1937 (11 items)
  • O7.5- Texas Tech: Agriculture Education Department, 1984
  • O17.9- Texas Tech: Agriculture Education Department, 1984
  • O17.9- Texas Tech: Agriculture Education Department, 1984
  • O18.6- Photographs and print, undated (11 items)
  • O18.13- Agricultural Education and Mechanization Collection, 1935-1975 and undated (6 boards)

Art and Photography [Miscellaneous]

  • O7.7- Texas Tech University: Presidents’ Home: Pastel Painting, undated (1 item)
  • O17.11- Early Portraits by H. de Leon of Texas Tech Faculty: Wm. M. Whyburn, Edward N. Jones, D. M. Wiggins, Clifford B. Jones, R. C. Goodwin, Bradford Knapp, and P. W. Horn, undated (7 items)
  • F175.1A- Paintings of Texas Tech Personalities, 16 x 20’s: Grover Murray, Donny Anderson, Preston Smith, Jim Carlen, undated (4 items; Donor: David Burnet)
  • 019.12.5 - Print of the Agricultural Pavilion

Athletics

  • O7.14 - Texas Tech entrance into Southwest Conference, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, May 13, 1956 newspaper (2 items)
  • O18.5 - 1938 Texas Tech football team, The Toreador, 1938 (1 page; Donor- Elmer Tarbox)
  • O18.5 - 1938 Texas Tech football team, The University Daily, 1969
  • O18.5 - 1938 Texas Tech football team, political issues, The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 1937-1973 (18 items; donor- Elmer Tarbox)
  • O18.5 - 1938 Texas Tech football team, The Sunday Post, 1938 (1 page; donor- Elmer Tarbox)
  • See also the Sports Information Posters and Oversized collection
  • O18.7 - Texas Tech Southwest Conference Admission poster, 1956
  • F176.4A - Texas Tech Women’s Basketball Team poster, 1984-1985
  • O18.9 - Texas Tech Red Raider poster by Dirk West, undated
  • O19.9.6 - Dirk West drawing, “BEAT TEXAS” Raider Red lassos Bevo, from Avalanche Journal, autographed by Lady Raider Basketball starters, undated
  • O19.9.6 - Dirk West drawing, “RAIDERS” Raider Red galloping with ‘guns up’, sponsored by Plains National Bank, undated

Chemistry and Biochemistry

  • O7.16 - Painted rendering of new TTU Chemistry building (1 item)
  • O7.4 - Charcoal drawing of W. Albert Noyes, Jr., President of American Chemical Society, 1947, by Carleton West (1 item)
  • O19.12.5 - Saturday Seminar Series, CHEMISTRY for High School Students, April 14, 1984 and May 12, 1984

Center for Campus Life

  • O19.11.1 - Raider Gate, concert promotion poster, undated
  • O19.11.1 - Raider Gate, concert promotion poster, 2004

Engineering

  • Q67.1A - Proposal for a Rare Books area in the Library (12 prints), undated
  • Q67.1A - Mounted floor plan, campus maps and architect’s renderings for a Rare Books area in the Library (4 items), undated
  • Q66.4F - Spiral bound report of the floor plans and photographs of the furnishing for the Office of the Deans of Engineering, undated
  • Q66.1A - Laminated architect’s drawing of the Office of Development building, undated
  • Q66.1A - Laminated architect’s drawing of the second floor plan of the Chemical Engineering Building, undated
  • Q66.1A - Oversized scrapbook for the proposed Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1974-1977
  • Q66.1A - Mounted architect’s drawing for the West Engineering Building’s courtyard, undated
  • Q66.1A - Mounted watercolor architect’s drawing for the West Engineering Building’s courtyard by R. H. Brogniez, 1970
  • Q66.1A - Mounted architect’s drawing for the West Engineering Building’s courtyard solution, undated

Establishment & Location of TTU

  • O7.14 - Map of Texas showing cities competing for Texas Tech in 1923
  • O7.14 - Newspapers on the beginning of TTU: “10,000 Attend Tech Ceremonies,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1924 (2 items) and “Thousands See Tech Jubilee,” Lubbock Morning-Avalanche, 11/12/1924
  • O18.1- Texas Tech, Houston Chronicle, 1929 (1 item); Texas Tech, Lubbock Morning Avalanche, 1926-1935 and undated (5 items); and Texas Tech, Western Weekly (4 items), 1926
  • O18.2 - West Texas and Texas Tech, West Texas Today, 1923 (2 items) and Texas Tech, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1923 (3 items)
  • O18.3 - Texas Tech, The Dallas Morning News, 1930
  • O18.4 - Texas Tech, Fort Worth Star-Telegram Extra, 1923

Facilities Planning and Construction

  • Q62.2 - Framed painting of Mary Woodward Doak by Emily Guthrie Smith, May 1947
  • Q61.4 - Framed tinted portrait of Eunice Gates, undated (and the lamp that attaches to the top of the portrait)

Human Sciences

  • O7.9- "Celebrating the Challenge of Change" poster with biographical sketch of La Wanda Murfee in folder
  • O19.A - Texas Home Economics Association, large white banner (1 item), and Texas Home Economics Education, large brown banner

International Center for Arid and Semi-Arid Land Studies (ICASALS)

  • O18.4- Texas Tech: ICASALS Poster for the Southwest Artists Exhibition, undated (1 item)
  • O18.5- "Arid Lands and Human Response," Series poster, Texas Tech Museum, undated (1 item; Note: Last public Appearance by the late Charles L. Wood, Associate Professor of History, Texas Tech)

International Textile Center

  • O19.A - Black cotton pickers in a field with tractor and wagon in the background (SWCPC 651)

Landscape Architecture

  • O7.10 - Texas Tech University Campus Plans, 1930-1980 (25 leaves)

Masked Rider and Raider Red

  • O19.8.13 - "Guns Up" Black & white Masked Rider poster, undated (3 items)
  • O19.8.13 - Texas Tech Skeet & Trap Club poster with Raider Red
  • O19.8.13 - Educational Job Fair poster with Raider Red, 1987

Miscellaneous Oversized Materials

  • O7.13 - Clifford B. Jones Certificate from Texas Tech Ex-Students Association, comes with tassel, undated
  • O8.1 - Texas Technological College poster, 1965
  • O7.10 - Texas Tech University Campus Plans, 1930-1987 and undated (7 items); "Campus Aerial– South" Poster, undated (1 item); House Plan, undated (1 item); and International Posters (6 items), 1979 and undated
  • O8.9 - Ink print of Will Rogers on his horse Soapsuds, statue at Texas Tech, undated
  • O9.11 - Deans, poster of collage photos, undated
  • O8.2 - Flora Goforth’s items: Certificate and water-colored painting (2 items)
  • O10.17 - Harmsen’s Western Americana Collection at the Museum of TTU, 1976: ICASALS-Museum Development Program, 1967; The University Daily, volume 42, No. 31, 1966 (Inauguration of President Grover Murray commemorative edition); Texas State Parks, report by Dept. of Park Administration, TTU, 1963; and Forty Years Forward: 1925-1965, Texas Technological College, 1965
  • Texas Tech University Campus Life Poster, Character Map, 1982
  • O18.1 - Anne L. Hammons’ diplomas from Texas Technological College (2 items), 1929-1933
  • O18.1- Texas Tech Article, The Lubbock News Loyalty Edition, undated
  • O18.4 - Texas Tech and Lubbock Christian College, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 1973
  • O18.8 - Texas Tech Prints, undated: Texas Tech Dairy Barn (2 items); Texas Tech Seal (2 items); Ranching Heritage (2 items); Red Raider Mascot (2 items); and Farming in a Corn Field (2 items)
  • O18.9 - Diploma awarded to Estus Cantrell Polk, degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Technological College, 1952 (1 item) -- Polk received the first Ph.D. awarded at Texas Tech.
  • O18.9 - First diploma issued by the Texas Technological College awarded to Mary Dale Buckner, Bachelor of Arts, 1927
  • O19.4.5 - Diploma awarded to Martin Sylvester Reese, Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, 1938 (Conservation note: Heavily wrinkled and foxed)
  • O19.4.5 - Diploma awarded to Martin Sylvester Reese, Master's degree in Business Administration, 1940 (Conservation note: Heavily wrinkled and foxed)
  • O18.9 - 37th Annual Texas Tech NIRA Rodeo poster, 1986 (Donor: Kristine Fredriksson, 1986)
  • O18.11 - Comparative Literature Symposium: "The Spanish Civil War in Literature," poster, undated
  • O18.11 - Comparative Literature Symposium: "Literature and Anthropology," poster, undated
  • O7.9 - "Spirit of Excellence," posters (3 items), 1995
  • O7.9 - Texas Tech La Ventana poster (3 items), undated
  • O 19? - George Elle - Aerial map entitled "Conservation Plan Map, Lubbock County, TTC Campus," undated
  • O 19? - "Lubbock Character Map" illustrated color map of Lubbock depicting various business and personalities produced by G. V. Pubs, undated
  • O 19 ? - "Culture Clash in AmeriCCA" poster, autographed by the performers, 2007
  • O 19.13.3 - Faculty Recognition 2006 by Kyle Miller (Mortar Board)
  • O 19.13.3 - Artist’s print of Law School by Larry Bridges, # 209/1000
  • O 19.13.3 - Artist’s print of Texas Tech School of Medicine and Allied Health by Larry Bridges, 150/1000
  • O 19.13.5 - Blank TTU Business Administration diploma for December 2000
  • O 19.12.5 - Graduate Studies in Architectural History / Historical Preservation, Division of Architecture, undated
  • O 19.12.5 - CASE Circle of Excellence Awards Program for Communications Programs, Gold Medal Award, July 8, 2002
  • O 19.13.6 - Texas Tech University, photo of Tech seal at main entrance (2 copies), from Copy Mail, undated
  • O 19.11.3 - “Winter Raider Welcome” Activities Calendar for first week of semester, January 4-10, 2009
  • O 19.11.3 - “Raider Welcome to Your Destination” Activities Calendar for first week of semester, August 24-29, 2009
  • Q64.3A - Pi Epsilon Tau, the Honor Society of Petroleum Engineering, framed charter for the Gamma Chaptter, October 6, 1970
  • Q69.2B - Framed mirror with Texas Tech University Seal, Southwest Conference logo, Raider Red, Masked Rider, Double T logo, and brief written history of TTU, undated (this item was found unlabeled. It may have come from the Southwest Conference Collection)
  • Q UA 2A.1 - Bicycle planning guide route map, 2000
  • Q UA 2A.1 - 8 undated laminated engineering photographs from Engineering Services
  • E 197.0-198.0 - vinyl TAB banner - montage of activities, 2010
  • E 197.0-198.0 - vinyl TAB banner - Raider Gate, 2005
  • E 197.0-198.0 - "Go Tech" paper banner

Moms and Dads Association

  • O17.C - Large canvas signs (2 items); "Their Children Provide Realities," undated; and "Fathers Provide Dreams," undated

Museum

  • O7.13 - Texas Technological College Museum Painting [Holden Hall] by Robert, Locard, and Del, undated
  • O8.11 - Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy certificate to Maurice T. Easter for Registered Pharmacist, 1908, and Ward Seminary for Young Ladies diploma to Lydia Louise Mooar, 1909
  • O9.13 - Oversized Book, Chicago Offers Northerly Isle, 1945
  • O18.7 - Arid Lands and Human Responses poster, undated
  • O18.9 - West Texas Museum Association emblem poster signed by Mary Ellen Jones, undated
  • O19.12.5 - Eliot Porter: Antarctica poster, 1981
  • O19.12.5 - Arid Lands and Human Responses poster, February 10, 1981
  • O19.12.5 - Arid Lands and Human Responses poster, March 12, 1981
  • O19.12.5 - “Nothin’ else to do” Celebrating 75 years of West Texas Music, September 1-October 7, 1984
  • O19.12.5 - The Language of Lace, Clinic on History, Identification, and Appraisal, September 25, 1984
  • O19.12.5 - Conflict in the Borderlands, Joint Symposium and Exhibit by History Depts. Of Texas Tech University and Angelo State University, April 25, 2008

Music

  • O19.13.3 - Texas Tech Band in Concert poster, mounted, 1930 (1 item)
  • O17.7 - Texas Tech Summer Band School Posters, 1942-1957 (2 items; D. O. Wiley Estate)
  • O18.4 - Band Camp Poster, 1973 (1 item)
  • O18.5 - Music Department posters, undated (5 items)
  • O18.9 - Texas Tech Fall Choral Concert poster, 1986 (1 item)
  • O18.9 - Texas Tech Cosi Fan Tutte Opera Performance, 1986 (1 item)
  • O8.6 - Band on football field in flower-shaped formation, undated (1 mounted item; removed from frame)
  • O19.14.2 - Texas Tech Band Camp poster, July 13-25, 1975
  • Q64.3G - Framed item - "Goin' Band from Raiderland, Keith Bearden Director, 1999 Sudler Trophy Recipient
  • Q64.3H - Framed poster commemorating the Sudler Trophy and the 75th Anniversary of the ‘Goin’ Band from Raiderland, 2000
  • O18.9 - Texas Tech Early Music Ensemble, April 10, 2016 (1 item)

News and Publications

  • O18.5- Texas Tech Posters, 1973-1978 and undated: Literature Symposium (2 items), Music Department (2 items); Calendar (2 items); University Center Events (1 item); and Women Athletics (1 item)

President's Office

  • O18.9 - News clipping: Death of Texas Tech President Paul Horn, The Toreador, 1932 (1 item; donor Mina Lamb)
  • O18.3 - Grover Murray Inauguration Invitations, 1966 (3 items)
  • F176.2A - Charts of Administration Organization, undated (8 items); Faculty list by Department, 1971 (1 item); "A Method for Seasonal Financial Control Historical Data: Dormitories Plotted Against Historical Data," undated (2 items); and Roll of Honor, Women: Recognition Service, 1939 (1 item)
  • O18.4 - Establishment of Tech and Locating Board, 1972 (2 leaves)
  • Q64.3E - Framed portrait of Texas Tech University's President's congressional interns, Spring 1999
  • Q64.3C - Texas Campus Compact Founding members framed certificate, October 4, 2000
  • Q64.3F - Dual framed metallic resolutions from the Texas House of Representatives and the Texas Senate commending all those involved with the Natural Resources Institute, 2001
  • Q64.3B - Jones AT&T Stadium framed front elevation drawing for the east side expansion, presented to President Guy Bailey, September 4, 2010
  • Q64.3D - Jumpstart framed shadowbox, presented to Dr. Jon Whitmore, undated
  • O19.9.9 - Triple Crown Grandmaster Susan Polgar, undated
  • Q64.3I - Framed photo of President Haragan in the field with students, with an engraved plate that states “Our Beloved President,” undated
  • Q64.3J - Framed portrait of John T. Montford, first Chancellor of Texas Tech University System, 1996-2001
  • Q64.3K - Framed portrait of Dr. David Smith,Health Science Center Director and second Chancellor, 2002

PrinTech

  • O7.13 - Calendar (1 item), 1996 (1 item)
  • O8.9 - 1998 Calendar with "Owl Draw" in Blanco Canyon image by PrinTech

Provost's Office

  • O8.11 - Miscellaneous campus blueprints (6 items); Miscellaneous campus maps (17 items); and Miscellaneous campus architectural renderings/drawings (17 items)

Ranching Heritage Center

  • O7.13 - Chuck Wagon Gathering Poster, 1997 (1 item)
  • O9.1 - Publication Templates, undated (6 items); Memo from Preston Smith on Recognition of Ranch Day, 1972 (1 item); and The Coming West, newspaper, Ranch Headquarters Association, Snyder, -Texas, 1970 (1 item)
  • O8.10 - Chuck Wagon Gathering poster, 1999 (1 item)
  • O8.1 - National Western Artist Show poster, May 1984 (1 item)
  • O18.11- National Cowboy Symposium and Celebration, 1990 (1 item)

Research Services

  • O8.6 - Experimental Biology poster (1 item)
  • O8.6 - Great Degree Programs poster, Department of Art, Texas Tech University (1 item)

Residence Hall Association

  • Carol of Lights Posters -- see also "University Theatre" below
  • O19.13.6 - Carol of Lights posters, 1994-2015 (31 items)
  • O7.14 - “Timeless Perfection” 42nd Annual Carol of Lights at Texas Tech posters, Dec. 2000 (3 items)

Saddle Tramps

  • O17.2 - Saddle Tramps Posters, 1971-1974 (3 items)

Shanklin, Melinda

  • O19.4.5 - James Marcus and Alice Gordon diplomas from Scottish Rite, James Marcus Gordon "the Alamo Latin and Music School Diploma (1899), and a Scottish Rite certificate" (4 items)

Southwest Collection

  • O7.12 - Southwest Collection Display Posters:  New building rendering, 1980s (4 items); New Building Floor Plans, 1994 (5 items); Paint and Tile Colors Sample Poster, 1995 (1 item)
  • O7.18 - Southwest Collection Display and Prints:  Ground Floor Plan on board, 1994 (1 item); Architecture Blue Prints, 1994 (118 leaves); Carpet Samples (2 items); Tile and Fabric Sample poster board (1 item); Users’ Notice Board, 1996 (1 item).
  • O8.2 - "The Archivist’s Code" poster from the General Services Administration, undated (1 item), and "Southwest Collection" Promotional Board, undated (1 item)
  • O7.14 - SWC/SCL Memorials and Donors Plaques removed from SWC/SCL walls, 6/1998 (2 items)
  • O7.11 - W. C. and Frances M. Holden Reading Room Signs removed from SWC/SCL walls, 6/1998 (2 items)
  • O7.2 - W. C. and France Mayhugh Holder Sign Board removed from wall after display, 6/1998 (1 item)
  • O7.3 - Blueprint of New Southwest Collection building for Boston and 18th Street, undated (1 item)
  • O7.3 - "Collection of Material on Area Life Being Built at Lubbock," article on Southwest Collection from an Amarillo newspaper, July 10, 1966 (1 item)
  • O8.11 - An Exhibit for the Dr. Pepper Museum and Free Enterprise Institute, bound booklet, 1995 (1 item); Proposal for Design, Preparation, and Installation of Exhibits for the Special Collections Library, Texas Tech, bound booklet, 1994 (1 item); and Preliminary Design Drawings for the Exhibits for the Special Collections Library, Texas Tech, bound booklet, 1996 (1 item)
  • O18.11- "Hispanic Southwest: A Symposium of History, Literature, and Folk Art," poster, 1989 (1 item)

Student Union and Student Activities

  • O19.11.3 - Student Union Building “Grand Opening” September 6-8, 2006
  • O19.11.3 - “TECH ON BROADWAY” Homecoming Week Activities Calendar, October 1-6, 2007
  • O19.11.3 - “TECH AT NIGHT” Homecoming Week Activities Calendar, October 6-11, 2008
  • O19.11.3 - “YOUR PASSPORT TO THE WORLD” Homecoming Week Activities Calendar, October 5-10, 2009
  • E 208.0-209.0 - 6 vinyl banners celebrating Texas Tech's 88th anniversary and signed by Tech students and others

Student Housing

  • O19.13.6 - Double sided "Strive for Honor/Raider Power" placards (2 copies), undated
  • O19.13.6 - "Welcome to Texas Tech," Masked Rider poster (2 copies), undated
  • O19.13.6 - "I am Texas Tech. You are Texas Tech. We are Red Raiders" poster (2 copies), undated
  • O19.13.6 - "Welcome to Texas Tech! We are Red Raiders" poster (2 copies), undated
  • O19.13.6 - "Matador Song" poster (2 copies), undated

Tech Activities Board (TAB)

  • O19.11.1 - Tech Price is Right poster, undated
  • O19.11.1 - The New Rules for Tomorrow’s Business: A Student’s Guide to making a Difference in the World, with Blake Mycoskie of TOMS shoes, autographed (2 copies), undated,
  • O19.11.1 - One Big Crazy Weekend (2 copies), undated
  • O19.11.1 - Zach Nichols, acoustic artist, undated
  • O19.11.1 - Dr. Jack Levin, Overkill: Serial Murder Exposed, undated
  • O19.11.1 - Nancy Cartwright, the Voice of Bart Simpson, November 11, 2004
  • O19.11.1 - Wendi Fox, Alcohol Insanity Tour, February 16, 2005
  • O19.11.1 - Wendi Fox, Spirit of a Child, February 17, 2005
  • O19.11.1 - Byron Motley, Oh, How They Lived, Stories of the Negro Baseball Leagues, February 23, 2005
  • O19.11.1 - The Real Coach Carter, April 13, 2005
  • O19.11.1 - Nevil Shed of “Glory Road” March 8, 2006
  • O19.11.1 - Chris Daniels, “The Man Behind The Mask” September 13, 2007
  • O19.11.1 - Marijuana, Heads vs. Feds: The Debate to Legalize Marijuana, January 30, 2008
  • O19.11.1 - David Coleman, The Dating Doctor, March 10, 2008
  • O19.11.1 - Capitol Steps, Musical Political Satire, autographed (2 copies), October 22, 2008
  • O19.11.1 - Chip Coffey and Patti Star, Paranormal State (2 copies), October 29, 2008
  • O19.11.1 - Fire and Ice Festival, music by Jonathan Clay, January 9, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Dan Cummins, comedian, autographed, February 12, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Death From Below, Dan Sullivan and Tim Stafford, poetry, autographed, February 24, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - 2nd Annual Texas Hold’em ScholarChip Challenge Tournament (2 copies), March 5-8, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - “Do you think you know the lyrics?” contest, April 2, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Rock the Plaza, concert, April 17, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Night at the Student Union (2 copies), August 25, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Comedy Night, Mohammed Amer, Azhar Usman, Preacher Moss, autographed, August 27, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Tech Iron Chef (2 copies), September 23, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - 1821 Drinking Age Debate, October 15, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Parvez Sharma, Jihad for Love, autographed (2 copies), November 12, 2009
  • O19.11.1 - Sex Signals, Are You Getting the Signal? Autographed (2 copies), March 10, 2010
  • O19.11.1 - Rock the Plaza, featuring Mae Colours, winner of TAB singer/songwriter contest, autographed, April 23, 2010
  • O19.11.1 - We Must ProTECH This Planet, Arbor Day Calendar of Events, April 30, 2010
  • O19.11.1 - TAB promotional poster (petroleum based) montage of various activities they sponsor, undated
  • O19.11.1 - “Welcome to Raider Gate” 2005

Texas Tech Press

  • O18.5- Texas Tech Posters: Red Raider and Texas Tech; Overcoming Math Anxiety; Edward Villella, 1980; Residence Halls Staff Positions, 1980; Texas Tech Counseling Center: Speed Reading; Neil Simon’s "The Good Doctor," 1979; Drive Friendly Poster, 1980; Faculty Recital: Lora Deah L.; Dracula The Ballet, 1980; Jack Anderson, 1980; and Fraternity Rush, 1980.
  • O18.7- Texas Tech University Semicentennial Poster, 1973-1975 (1 item)

University Theatre

  • O18.5- Blueprints of Texas Tech University Theater tent show, undated (7 items)
  • O18.10- American College Theatre Festival, poster, 1976 (1 item)
  • University Theatre Posters
  • Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 7, 1979 (1 item); Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 4, 1981 (1 item); Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 2, 1983 (1 item); Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 5, 1986 (2 items); Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 1, 1989 (1 item); Carol of Lights Poster, Nov. 30, 1990 (1 item); Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 6, 1991 (2 items); Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 3, 1993 (2 items); Carol of Lights Poster, Dec. 5, 1997 (1 item); and Lights on Broadway Poster, Dec. 3, no year (1 item).

Women's Service Organization

  • O16-17.C - Women’s Service Organization, photograph collage

Women's Studies Program

  • O19.11.3 - 22nd Annual All-University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, “Women of the Southwest”, March 31, 2006

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