Browse Exhibits (9 total)

TCU Campus Views

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This exhibit takes visitors through the history of the physical spaces that have been home to TCU in Thorp Spring, Waco, and Forth Worth.    

The Life and Legacy of Ninnie Baird

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An exhibit highlighting pieces from the Ninnie Baird and Mrs. Baird's Bakeries, Inc. Records at TCU

Gender, Authorship, and Publishing in 19th Century Britain

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A Special Collections exhibit portraying 19th-century British women and the social stigmas that challenged their aspirations to succeed as published writers

From this day Henceforth: Integration at TCU, 1942-1971

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This Special Collections exhibit explores TCU's transition and early years as an integrated campus from the years 1942 through 1971.

The Influence of Gender on Lesser Known Series Books

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A Special Collections exhibit that provides insights into the lesser known young adult series books from the 1930s to the 1950s and the gendered aspects of their story telling.

Morrison’s The Bluest Eye @ 50: Integration, Black Girlhood, and Black Feminism.

TCU in 1928

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A collection of colorized photographs of the TCU campus from 1928. Archive of an online exhibit from 2000.

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SuperFrog

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"In all of sports, there's only one Horned Frog."

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The Bell Family Papers

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Let me introduce you to the one and only Bell Vaudeville, an artistic company of thirteen siblings and their husbands, wives, and children. In the first decades of the twentieth century, the Bell Brothers toured the European and American continents with their variety show. Of Anglo-Spanish ancestry, but Mexicans at heart, the Bells were the artistic heirs of Richard Bell, the most famous clown in Mexican history.

Archived web exhibit from 2007