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Joseph Maxwell "Max" Teare Papers
Joseph Maxwell “Max” Teare was a student at the Texas Maritime Academy and from 1964-1967 and currently works at Texas A&M Galveston as the 2nd mate on the training ship. The papers include letters, grade reports, news ...
Donna Callenius Lang Collection
Vice President for Academic Relations, Texas A&M University at Galveston (TAMUG). TAMUG Graduate (1988). Two volumes of photographs, news clippings, brochures, handouts and other memorabilia from the 1990 and 1991 Summer ...
Stephen Curley Papers, 1939-2007
Author and English faculty member at Texas A&M University at Galveston. Graduate of Fordham University (B.A.); and Rice University (Ph.D.) Contains subject and chronological files pertaining to the research for the book, ...
William H. Hall Collection
Graduate of Texas A&M University (Ph.D., 1973); Faculty member at Texas A&M University, College Station and Galveston and University of Houston at Clear Lake. Voyage journal; photographs (slides and captions); class records ...
Deborah Kuhlmann Papers (1989-1991)
The Deborah Kuhlmann papers consist of journals, photographs,souvenirs, and documents related to the Texas Clipper cruises from 1989-1991. This includes the silver anniversary cruise that took place in 1989.
(Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1959)
Includes general and departmental brochures from the beginnings of the university and include Moody College, Texas Maritime Academy, Sea Camp and other aspects of the university.
T/S Texas Clipper I, 1966-1989, 1995
The 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 ...
T/S Texas Clipper II, 1996-2002
The 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 ...
Texas Maritime Academy, 1944-2013
(Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1944)
Texas Maritime Academy subject files. Includes history, cruises, correspondence, manual and rulebooks, and information about the training ships.