Welcome to UTA's institutional repository, ResearchCommons. The repository is an important tool for preserving and showcasing the university's legacy by making the work of UTA scholars openly available, while ensuring these resources are preserved and organized for the future. Because your work is assigned a stable, permanent URL readers will always find it. Depositing works in the repository fosters the preservation of digital scholarship for future generations and provides an alternative to traditional publishing avenues.

For more information, or to include your works in the ResearchCommons, please contact your liaison librarian or Faedra Wills at wills@uta.edu.

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Library - Special Collections - Dark Archive
  • Investigation of an association between childhood leukemia incidences and airports in Texas 

    Senkayi, Sala. N.; Sattler, Melanie L.; Rowe, Nancy; Chen, Victoria C. P. (Turkish National Committee for Air Pollution Research and Control (TUNCAP)Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington, 2014)
  • Roses of Picardy 

    Unknown author (Chappell & Co. Ltd, MelbourneFront cover: Three roses and leaves and thronesFirst line of song: She is watching by the populars, colinette with the sea blue eyes,Brightly (Almost two beats in a bars.)mp poco ritpp slowlyTempo primopoco laramente ritp poco meno mossopff a tempoWords by Fred E. WeatherlyMusic by Haydn WoodFront cover has Medium underlined.Includes sheet music samples from the songs "A Night of Love"Central Library, University of Texas at Arlington, 1916)
  • Sleep, Baby, Sleep 

    Handley, John J. (F.E. Hathaway, IllinoisCentral Library, University of Texas at Arlington, 1885)
  • Some Little Bird 

    Unknown author (Van Alstyne and Curtis, ToledoCentral Library, University of Texas at Arlington, 1920)
  • There's a Long, Long Trail 

    Unknown author (M. Witmark & Sons, New YorkCentral Library, University of Texas at Arlington, 1914)

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