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William H. Clayton Papers, 1968-1969, 1976
Dr. William H Clayton was appointed the first Dean of Texas A&M University's College of Marine Sciences and Maritime Resources. He spent 15 years with the University as Chief Executive Officer and is regarded a leader in ...
Texas Coastal Higher Education Authority, Inc. Papers, 1981-1983
1 loose leaf notebook from the Texas Coastal Higher Education authority. The papers deal with a student loan program.
R.F. Hunt papers, c. 1964-1968
This collection of ten items was a gift to the Jack K. Williams Library Special Collections by Charles M. Freeman. The collection includes correspondence from the Captain of the USS Boxer to friends and family of the ship; ...
F. Hermann Rudenberg Collection
Dr. Frank Hermann Rudenberg (1927-1994) was Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, School of Medicine and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, 1958-1994. These ...
Margaret Swett Henson (1924-2001) Collection
Texas historian Margaret Swett Henson lived from 1924 to 2001. She lived and worked in the Houston area but her historical research and writing embraced all of Texas. She was a member of the Tejano Association for ...
Gulf Agency, Inc. Collection
The Gulf Agency, Inc. Collection was donated to the Williams Library at Texas A&M University at Galveston by the Moore Memorial Library of Texas City, TX.
Frank G. Malik Collection
This collection of papers of Frank G. Malik documents some of his career as a chemical engineer with Mobil Oil Company in Beaumont, his service in the Naval Reserve, 8th District, New Orleans, LA, and as a leader and ...
James McCloy Collection
James “Jim” McCloy was a professor at Texas A&M University at Galveston and served in many other roles at the university. The bulk of this collection consists of slides in addition to cd’s, microfilm, and a film reel. It ...
The Nautilus, 1982-2018
Student run newspaper with articles about campus events, local interest stories, and some world events.
Sea Spray, 1976-2018
(Sea Spray, 1976)
TAMUG student literary magazine