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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
(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 ...
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, ...
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 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.
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 ...