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|Is This The Way to the Parade? A 1995 sculpture in bronze by Jewel |
Pfeifer Estes, commemorating the Women Airforce Service Pilots
(WASP) of WWII, stands at the entrance to the Women's Collection on
the second floor of the Blagg-Huey Library in Denton. The collection is
the largest depository in the Southern U.S. of research material about
women and is home to the official WASP archive. Photograph by Jon
Turner. June 29, 2016.
|Look What I Made A child enrolled in The Clubhouse, an educa-|
tional enrichment program for the children of TWU students, shows
off the Minion he made during a visit to the Blagg-Huey Library's
Children's Collection. Photograph by Jimmie Lyn Harris. June 20,
|How Do You Pronounce This? In the Blagg-Huey Library Children's Collection, Librarian Woody Evans |
spends one-on-one time with a child enrolled in The Clubhouse while others investigate the books they have
chosen to check out for the coming week. Photograph by Jimmie Lyn Harris. June 20, 2016.
|Those Crafty Clubhouse Kids Children enrolled in The Clubhouse, an educational enrichment program |
for the children of TWU students, are assisted by staff members as they work on the week's library craft
project--Minions made out of recycled toilet paper tubes. Photograph by Jimmie Lyn Harris. June 20, 2016.
|We're gonna need a bigger boat. Shark books from the Blagg-|
Huey Library Children's Collection will be on display in the library's
first-floor lobby through the end of Shark Week 2016 (July 3, 2016).
Photograph by Jon Turner. June 28, 2016.
|Movable whiteboards are now available in the Blagg-Huey Library on the Denton campus. Photograph|
by Sandy Cochran. June 17, 2016.