Poster advertising a concert by Pinkish Black, Curse, Terminator 2, and Visceral Cuts on October 31, 2013, at The Chat Room Pub, Fort Worth, Texas. Black and white poster features a photographic image of a masked figure standing before an open, upright coffin, with event details overlaid in white type text.
Poster advertising a concert by Cocky Americans, Bad Design, Phantom Caste, and The Others on July 23, 2011, at The Chat Room Pub, Fort Worth, Texas. Poster depicts an illustration of a figure standing on a dock at night, looking back toward a house under a full moon, with event details in text across the bottom, printed in blue, black, and yellow ink.
Poster advertising No Idea Festival on February 24, 2009, at Lola's, Fort Worth, Texas. Event details and band names in green hand-drawn text mimic the form of the abstract pink shape in the background. Participating bands and musicians included Annette Krebs, Chris Cogburn, Jason Kahn, Tatsuya Nakatani, Zanzibar Snails, Sarah Alexander, Dennis Gonzalez, Aaron & Stefan Gonzalez, and Mike Maxwell.
Poster advertising a concert by Dust Congress, Thriceheistler, Noble Chocolatiers, Led Zepplin and the Beatles, and Sarah Ruth on July 26, 2008, at the Ridglea Theater, Fort Worth, Texas. Poster features hand-drawn text in maroon ink printed over a yellow, red, and gray background.
Poster containing photographs of people and events held at Cowtown Coliseum from 1907 through 2007 with timeline notes. It includes a large photo of Elvis on the left side of the poster from his 1956 performance and lyrics for a song called "Big Ball's in Cowtown" in the upper-right corner.
Poster containing photographs of people and events held at Cowtown Coliseum from 1907 through 1997 with timeline notes. It includes a photographs of the coliseum construction and different views of the building along the bottom.
Flyer advertising the debut performance by Malise on Thursday, March 10, 2005, at Division One, Arlington, Texas. Flyer is a black and white photocopy with event information printed front and back. The paper is covered with unrelated, random, multidirectional black pen marks.
Handbill advertising a concert by Pong, Jetscreamer, and The Invincible Czars on Friday, July, 9, 2004, at The Wreck Room, 3208 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, Texas. Handbill features the band names/logos in white text on black background, and event details in black text on white background in the bottom right corner.
Poster for the annual book fair sponsored by the Fort Worth, Texas section of the National Council of Jewish Women, as noted on the front of the poster. The full poster text reads: "THE 21st YEAR BOOK FAIR, MARCH 11 - MARCH 19, At the Lena Pope Home, corner of Hulen and West Freeway (I-20). Sponsored by Ft. Worth Section of the NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN. All kinds of books for sale at nominal prices, proceeds for TARRANT COUNTY COMMUNITY PROJECT. Deposit your used books in barrels located throughout the city."
Poster exploring the effects of heterosexism (harassment, rejection, and discrimination) on positive states of mind in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.
Smith, Michelle; Miller, James; Wike, Alexandra & Vosvick, Mark
Poster for the annual book fair "sponsored by the Council of Jewish Women," as noted on the front on the poster. Full poster text reads: "Book Fair, Give your Books Now to be Sold at Nominal Prices at the BOOK FAIR, APRIL 3 thru 11, SEMINARY SOUTH SHOPPING Center. PHONE WA3-7495 for FREE PICK-UP. PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT TARRANT COUNTY Youth Projects."
Illustrated flyer for a Men's Club brunch at Congregation Ahavath Sholom featuring as guest speakers ball players from the Fort Worth Cats, the local minor league baseball team. The flyer invites all members to come enjoy food, baseball and festivities at the Sunday brunch, April 12, 1953. There is an illustration of a cowboy holding a lasso, a baseball and a baseball bat on the flyer.
Flyer promoting "Family Night at La Grave Field" with the Fort Worth Cats, a minor league baseball team from Fort Worth, Texas. The flyer is promoting a game between the Cats and a team in Houston, Texas. There is an illustration of a baseball player holding a bat.