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  1. Julia Hudspeth 2. Locust Year Book ETSNC 1922  People are cameras whose eyes photograph persons and places around them. Some images are retrievable. 3.…
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  • 1. Julia Hudspeth
  • 2. Locust Year Book ETSNC 1922  "People are cameras whose eyes photograph persons and places around them. Some images are retrievable."
  • 3. Training School Basketball 1922  "Y'know, I look back on them days, and it now seems like it was just as fine and lazy and innocent a time as anybody could ever imagine." Group photograph of the E.T.’s 1926 basketball team. Pictured (partial list): Coach Joe Murphy, Perry Fite, Williams, Miller, Goebell Templeton, Herman Musick, James Forest Gardner, Russell Duncan, Chink Pennington, John Windell, Elton Acker, Pete Gill.
  • 4. Basketball Team 1926-ETSTC  "It is a duty which we of the present generation owe to the memory of the pioneers of civilization in the region of the country where we dwell, to gather up with care whatever records of time there are left, and studying them well, transmit them in the most enduring form to successive ages."
  • 5. Locust Yearbook 1930-ETSTC  "it is amazing how excitement can build within a person. I became so excited I could hardly stand myself. I knew I would be entering a new phase of my life; and, I knew it would be hard work. However, I was willing to do what it would take to go those extra miles."
  • 6. Varsity Basketball Team 1937-ETSTC  "I enjoyed sports, and we did have some good ball clubs in those days. I was proud of E.T. in 1935, and I am still proud of my Alma Mater."
  • 7. Basketball Practice during the 1940’s  "Joy fills some events, and you are happy that you were part of them. Others make you wish they had never happened."
  • 8. Ingram Family Members on the ETSTC Basketball Team-1947  Five members of the Ingram family of Quitman, Texas who were star players on ET’s 1947 basketball team. Pictured from left to right: Gayle Ingram, Truitt Ingram, Dick Gilbreath, Troy Ingram, Bill Ingram. Gayle and Truitt were brothers, as were Troy and Bill. Dick was cousin to Gayle and Truitt and nephew to Troy and Bill. "We need to do more than simply accept the flotsam of the past: we must question it, consider it, evaluate possible reasons its creation, and wonder why it has survived."
  • 9. ETSTC vs. Denton East-1947  "Progress was regarded in this case, as changed that improved life and ease toil. Change tended to be viewed as more ominous, however, when it brought about alterations in the character of the population or in the mores of a community. Progress could mean increase: from little to fulfillment, from overlooked to renown, from want to plenty. For those people who worked hard, it was the deserved and expected reward."
  • 10. Basketball Passbook-1957-1958 Season  "We need to do more than simply accept the flotsam of the past: we must question it, consider it, evaluate possible reasons its creation, and wonder why it has survived."
  • 11. Coach James Gudger-1969  "There is no rule or set of rules that tells us when we have looked far and long enough, or searched fully, or asked enough questions to feel certain that what we say is correct or that our search is done."
  • 12.   “Now is the time for us to shine, the time when our dreams are in reach and possibilities, vast. Now is the time for all of us to become the people we always dreamed of being. This is your world. You’re here. You matter. The world is waiting…”
  • 13. Work Cited-Quotes   Busby, Mark. Cedar Crossing. Fort Worth: Texas Christian UP, 2013. Print. 17.  Kammen, Carol. On Doing Local History. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. Print. 13.  Busby, Mark. Cedar Crossing. Fort Worth: Texas Christian UP, 2013. Print. 38.  Busby, Mark. Cedar Crossing. Fort Worth: Texas Christian UP, 2013. Print. 57.  Busby, Mark. Cedar Crossing. Fort Worth: Texas Christian UP, 2013. Print. 18.  Kammen, Carol. On Doing Local History. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. Print. 13.  Kammen, Carol. On Doing Local History. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. Print. 91.  Kammen, Carol. On Doing Local History. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. Print. 99.  Busby, Mark. Cedar Crossing. Fort Worth: Texas Christian UP, 2013. Print. 17.  Busby, Mark. Cedar Crossing. Fort Worth: Texas Christian UP, 2013. Print. 147
  • 14. Work Cited-Pictures   "Locust Yearbook, 1922." East Texas State Normal College. 1 Jan. 1922. East Texas State Normal College. [Fair Use].  Training School Basketball Team 1922.East Texas State Normal College Training School. The 1922 E.T. training school boys’ basketball team.[Fair Use].  Basketball Team 1926.East Texas State Teachers College.Circa 1926.[Fair Use]  "Locust Yearbook, 1930." East Texas State Teachers College, 1930. East Texas State Teachers College. [Fair Use].  Varsity Basketball Team 1937. East Texas State Teachers College Basketball. The 1937 Varsity Basketball Team. [Fair Use]  Basketball Players in the 1940s.East Texas State Teachers College. Basketball players practice in the school gymnasium. c.1940. [Fair Use]  Ingram Family Members on the ETSTC Basketball Team. East Texas State Teachers College, Locust Yearbook. East Texas State Teachers College Basketball. [Fair Use]  Basketball Game: ET vs. Denton.East Texas Teachers College.Circa 1947. [Fair Use]  Basketball Passbook 1957-1958.East Texas State College.”Passbook” for the 1957-1958 basketball season. Circa 1957. [Fair Use]  Coach James Gudger and Referee. East Texas State University.Circa 1969. [Fair Use]
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