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    11 Photographs and negatives of Log Barn on south side of John McCain Road in Colleyville, Texas, taken by Dominick Cirincione, Photographed 1983
    11 Photographs of General William Jenkins Worth Monument in Gen.
    Worth Square, NYC, and location of Gen. Worth’s Tomb, taken by Dominick Cirincione, Photographed 1983.
    1.    Twenty-seven black and white photographs
    2.    Thirty-seven negatives of above photographs
    11 Photo Album on TOMFRA Spring Trip to Coronado Campsite and envelope containing related materials, 2009
    11 Box of 26 images, 8 by 10 inches, of Barrow Alaska, “Images of Barrow” Frozen in Silver, Inupiat Eskimo Whaling Culture in Transition, by Nick Cirincione, June 1989
    12 Black and white photographs of exhibit of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker “death” car, undated
    13 Donor entered photograph made while studying under TCC-NE professors Peter Feresten and Richard Doherty (from 1980-2000)
    1. Texas Media Fair, 3rd prize: Howard Cabin, 1850, Fort Worth, D J (Nick) Cirincione, black and white  photo framed in black frame with white mat, 1983
    2. Isaac Seela Cabin, 1854, Fort Worth, Texas, black & white photo framed with: Howard Cabin, 1850, D J Cirincione, 1983
    3. NEWS, (North East Weekly Student), three copies, November 9, 1983
    4. NEWS, (North East Weekly Student), three copies, November 30, 1983
    5. Folder with machine copies of Certificate of Merit, Media Fair Flyer, list of photography winners (Division V: College/University), photo of three winners, letter from Photographer’s Forum Magazine, color images of finalists (Fort Concho scene for D J Cirincione, 1986)
    14 Photos taken by Cirincione
    1. 18 black and white photos, William M. Dunn log barn, circa 1880, 900 block McCain Road, Colleyville. Photos taken by donor, 1983
    2. Isaac Seela Cabin, black and white photo, mounted, 1983
    3. Howard Cabin, 1850, Fort Worth, black and white, mounted,1983
    4. Gano House, Dogtrot, 1845-1846, Dallas, black and white, mounted, 1983
    5. Millermore Antebellum Home, 1855-1862, Greek Revival Architecture, Doric Portico, Dallas, Texas, 1983
    6. Doctor’s Office, Dallas, Texas, black and white, mounted, 1983
    7. “Circa late 1800’s, Dallas, Texas D J Cirincione, 1983,” house with gabled roof and picket fence, black and white, mounted, 1983
    8. “Circa late 1800’s (Gingerbread) Dallas, Texas D J Cirincione, 1983,” black and white, mounted, 1983
    9. Pilot Grove Church, 1900. Dallas, Texas, black and white, mounted, 1983
    10. Renner School, 1888. Dallas, Texas, black and white, mounted, 1983
    11. Bandstand, 1880’s (Gingerbread), Dallas, Texas, black and white, mounted, 1983
    15 All 15 photos were made by donor, Dominick Cirincione, in June and July 1989 while on an archaeological dig site at Dinosaur National Monument in Vernal, Utah, and on a trip through Alaska. The photos were part of a class project submitted at Tarrant County Junior College, Northeast Campus. All are black and white, and are mounted with archival hinges on mat boards.
                1. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989
                2. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989
                3. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989
                4. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989 (note: view from campsite)
                5. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989 (with two kayaks)
                6. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989
                7. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989 (note: group photo spot)
                8. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal, Utah, July 1989 (note: white water rafters)
                9. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, July 1989
                10. Glacier, en-route from Anchorage to Valdez, Alaska, June 1989
                11. Alaska, en-route from Anchorage to Valdez, June 1989
                12. Glacier near Valdez, June 1989
                13. Valdez, Alaska (sea otters), June 1989
                14. Columbia Glacier, near Valdez, Alaska, June 1989
                15. Valdez, Alaska, June 1989
    2e “Record Snow,” February 12, 2010, Keller, Texas, 1112 and 1116 Garden Lane (photos taken around donor’s home and yard; includes negative and CD)
    30 Red scrapbook containing photographs of Cirincione's with Petroleum Helicopters (presumably in Louisiana where the company was based in 1967); New York City; Yuma, Arizona; Cabrillo, California; Hoover Dam and Las Vegas in Nevada; Washington, DC; Buffalo Ranch, Oklahoma; the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln; Epcot and the Everglades in Florida; Mount Washington in New Hampshire; Hemisfair '68 in San Antonio, Texas; Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky; and Marines delivering food to Vietnam for Christmas. Scrapbook dates from 1967-1969, but some photographs are undated. There are photographs of Cirincione with helicopters mixed in with photographs of him with family doing tourist activities. (undated, 1967-1969)
    31:18 Photographs – Texas State Railroad (RUSK), 1980

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