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Denton County Office of History & Culture Educates on Denton’s Rich History

It wouldn’t be a history event in Denton without Denton County Office of History & Culture! The Denton County Office of History and Culture operates the Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum and the Denton County Historical Park. They are the repository of Denton County History and provide research opportunities and educational programs for the …

Dallas Jewish Historical Society Brings the Rich Jewish History of Dallas to the DFW Archives Bazaar

Our second participant at the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar is the Dallas Jewish Historical Society!  The Society was established in 1971 with the mission of “preserving the precious past as a living legacy for our community.” The agency is the only one that actively collects, preserves, and records the history of …

UNT Music Library Brings the History and Da Funk to the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar

We are excited to announce our first participant in this year’s DFW Archives Bazaar, and it is Denton’s own UNT Music Library! The University of North Texas Music Library is one of the largest music libraries in the U.S., with over 130 special collections ranging from alumni and former faculty to major artists …

Announcing the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar Participants!

Join archivists, museum curators, librarians, and history professionals from all across the DFW area at the Patterson-Appleton Center in Denton, TX, on Saturday, November 2, 2019, from 1-5pm for the DFW Archives Bazaar. Professionals from institutions like UNT, SMU, Texas State Libraries and Archives Commission, Fort Worth and Denton Public …

Dallas Morning News Brings Their Archive to the DFW Archives Bazaar

  It is time to announce our last participant and it’s a big one! Our last participant in the DFW Archives Bazaar is The Dallas Morning News! The Dallas Morning News has been reporting on the people, places, and events that have defined North Texas since 1885. Newspapers are an essential element of …

Fort Worth Jewish Archives Documents the Impact of Jewish Communities in Tarrant County

We are glad that the Fort Worth Jewish Archives will be participating in this year’s DFW Archives Bazaar! The Fort Worth Jewish Archives is a program of the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County. The collection documents the development of a strong ethnic immigrant community in Fort Worth and …

The UTA History Departments Represents Future Researchers

The UTA – History Department at The University of Texas at Arlington will be participating in this year’s DFW Archives Bazaar! The mission of the department is to serve students, the campus, and the community at large by investigating the past in a manner that enlightens the present. We want our students to use their …

Texas Digital Newspaper Program Is Digitizing the News of Texas

  More good news! The Texas Digital Newspaper Program from The Portal to Texas History will be at the DFW Archives Bazaar. The Texas Digital Newspaper Program (TDNP) partners with communities, publishers, and institutions to promote standards-based digitization of Texas newspapers and to make them freely accessible via The Portal to Texas History. Through …

Bridwell Library Brings the History of the Methodist Church to the DFW Archives Bazaar

Now announcing the next participant in the DFW Archives Bazaar – The Archives at Bridwell Library, part of SMU Libraries! The Archives at Bridwell Library offer direct access to extensive collections of primary source materials documenting the histories of United Methodism, Perkins School of Theology, and Bridwell Library. The Methodist Studies Archive includes records of …