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"Dancers, young and old, enjoy "Conjunto", Mexican border music, at a downtown Austin nightclub, July 15, 1976. A regular crowd of Mexican Americans and University of Texas students pack the place every night to dance to the music of a Conjunto band."

1976-07-15

Dormitory for Women, Project No. Tex. 41-CH-12. Jessen, Jessen, Millhouse and Greevell Associate Architects. Yarbrough Construction Co. contractor. Negative No. 27

1955-01-03

Dormitory for Women, Project No. Tex. 41-CH-12. Jessen, Jessen, Millhouse and Greevell Associate Architects. Yarbrough Construction Co. contractor. Negative No. 20

1954-10-27

Dormitory for Women, Project No. Tex. 41-CH-12. Jessen, Jessen, Millhouse and Greevell Associate Architects. Yarbrough Construction Co. contractor.

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Dormitory for Women, Project No. Tex. 41-CH-12. Jessen, Jessen, Millhouse and Greevell Associate Architects. Yarbrough Construction Co. contractor. Negative No. 26. Mark Lemmon Consulting Architect.

1955-01-03

View of Brackenridge Hall dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin campus. Completed in 1932 and named for UT regent George Brackenridge of San Antonio, Brackenridge Hall was the first of a “men’s group” of residence halls, along with Roberts, Prather, and later, Moore-Hill Hall. In contrast to the symmetrical limestone “six pack” buildings that line the formal entrance to the University along the South Mall, the heavy use of brick and an informal composition give Brackenridge a more relaxed, residential quality.

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Completed in 1932 and named for UT regent George Brackenridge of San Antonio, Brackenridge Hall was the first of a “men’s group” of residence halls, along with Roberts, Prather, and later, Moore-Hill Hall. In contrast to the symmetrical limestone “six pack” buildings that line the formal entrance to the University along the South Mall, the heavy use of brick and an informal composition give Brackenridge a more relaxed, residential quality.

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View of bunk beds in the Brackenridge men's dormitory. Completed in 1932 and named for UT regent George Brackenridge of San Antonio, Brackenridge Hall was the first of a “men’s group” of residence halls, along with Roberts, Prather, and later, Moore-Hill Hall. In contrast to the symmetrical limestone “six pack” buildings that line the formal entrance to the University along the South Mall, the heavy use of brick and an informal composition give Brackenridge a more relaxed, residential quality.

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View of dining hall inside dormitory at the University of Texas at Austin

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View of student dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin campus. View of the tower in the background.

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View of Jester Center on the University of Texas at Austin campus

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View of the Kirby Hall dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin campus

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View of Littlefield Dormitory

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View of Littlefield Dormitory

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View Newman Hall dormitory interior on the University of Texas at Austin campus

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View of Newman Hall dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin

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View of Newman Hall dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin

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View of Scottish Rite dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin campus

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View of the Scottish Rite dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin campus

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View of the grounds by the Scottish Rite dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin campus

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View of Scottish Rite dormitory on the University of Texas at Austin campus

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Interior of the Gregory Gym decorated with flags and bunting for Franklin D. Roosevelt's birthday on January 13, 1934.

1934-01-13

UT Longhorn band marching on the field on October 7, 1971.

1971-10-07

UT Longhorn band in formation on the football field during the UT v. Texas Tech game in 1965.

1965

The Queen being pulled in a wagon covered in flowers with men on horseback following behind as a part of the Varsity Circus. The Varsity Circus started in 1906 and became a biennial tradition into the 1920s.

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