ItemT/S Texas Clipper I, 1966-1989, 1995(1966) Texas Clipper Crew; Texas Maritime Academy; Seaborne Conservation CorpsThe Texas Clipper was known as the USS Queens and then the SS Excambion before becoming the training ship for the Texas Maritime Academy at Texas A&M Galveston in 1965. Its last cruise as the training ship for the Texas Maritime Academy was in 1994. From 1994-1996 it was used as a dormitory for the Seaborne Conservation Corps. The anchor of the Texas Clipper currently sits outside the library. In November 2007 the Texas Clipper was sunk on Padre Island to become an artificial reef. ItemUniversity Archives Digital Images(2012) Texas A&M University at GalvestonScans for Digital Projects. 12 DVDs. Scans made by Royal Imaging of Houston for the Library's University Archive Digitization Project. It should be noted that some of the PDFs were transferred to the Library using a portable hard drive and were never converted to DVDs. All scans (PDFs) were transferred to the Pain Server (Y drive). They were also bulk loaded to TAMU's Image Web at College Station. Public access for some of the scans are in the Texas Digital Library (TDL) such as: yearbooks, catalogs, and others. ItemSS Excambion, 1948(1948) Texas A&M University at GalvestonOriginally named the USS Queens, the ship was renamed the Excambion in 1948. It served as a cruise ship from New York City to the Mediterranean. Its last cruise was in 1959. In 1965 it was renamed the Texas Clipper and became the training ship for the Texas Maritime Academy at Texas A&M University at Galveston. ItemT/S Texas Clipper II, 1996-2002(1996) T/S Texas Clipper II CrewThe Texas Clipper II was formerly known as the USN Chauvenet. It was renamed the Texas Clipper II when it was acquired by Texas A&M at Galveston in 1996. The ship was replaced in 2005. It served at the summer training cruise ship for the Texas Maritime Academy and visited ports in places such as Mexico, the Caribbean, and Ports around the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts. The collection includes log books and papers from cruises aboard the Texas Clipper II. ItemCampus Event Posters and Programs, 1990-2006(1990) Texas A&M University at Galveston General AcademicsPoster, Programs, and flyers for various programs held by the General Academics department (Liberal Studies Department, as of the 2015-2016 school year) and by General Academics and Rosenberg Public Library in Galveston, Texas. ItemAdministration Files, 1962-1995(1962) Office of the PresidentThese are the correspondence files from the Office of the President at Texas A&M University at Galveston between 1977 and 1989. The work of three presidents who served during those years: William H. Clayton, 1979-1986 Sammy Ray, Interim President, 1987 William Merrell, 1987-1992 Such as budgets, audits, requests for legislative appropriations, strategic and master plans, and other such reports are bound separately. ItemCampus Histories, 1952-2002(Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1952) Texas A&M University at GalvestonBrief reports on the history of the establishment of various educational elements of what was to become Texas A&M University at Galveston, including the Texas Maritime Academy and the Texas A&M Marine Laboratory. ItemBoard of Visitors, 1958-2007(Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1958) Texas A&M University at Galveston Board of VisitorsPolicies, Procedures, color copy of John F Kennedy regarding the Texas Maritime Academy, Minutes of Meeting 1967-1990, and the 1958 meeting minutes from the Galveston Chamber of Commerce committee meetings about the TMA.