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1940 Brazos County Aerial Photo 1940s Brazos County Aerial Photographs 1940s Brazos County Aerial Photographs are digitized and indexed, using a highway map from 1980. The three sections of the map can open a magnified index of the county.
Amazing, Fantastic, Weird: Science Fiction Studies in Texas Amazing, Fantastic, Weird: Science Fiction Studies in Texas Collection of program and proceedings from the exhibit opening of: One Hundred Years Hence: Science Ficiton and Fantasy at Texas A & M.
Science Fiction book cover Bibliography of Science Fiction and Fantasy

The bibliographic control of Science Fiction and Fantasy has a long and storied history, from its beginnings in the 1930s to the online tools of today. The works in this collection range from superb productions that serve as best practice standards to quick-and-dirty listings. Virtually all of the entries add a bit to the coverage of the field.
Contact: Jeremy Brett, Cushing Memorial Library & Archives

Curator: Jeremy Brett

Cushing Exhibition Catalogs No description provided.
Cushing Historical Images Collection The Cushing Memorial Library and Archives maintains an extensive photographic collection of over 300,000 images. The collection continues to grow. These images are in a wide variety of formats and sizes, including negatives on glass plates, post cards, and various early types of prints.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations This colleciton includes digitized theses and dissertations (1922-2004) and theses and disserations directly deposited after 2004.
Exhibits Collection of online exhibits curated by Texas A&M archivists and curators.
The Fredrick C. Cuny INTERTECT Colleciton TThe collection contains the working library, office files, press clippings, slides, photographs and Beta and VHS tapes of Cuny and his team at the disaster relief/response firm, Intertect, and at the non-profit organization he co-founded in 1987, the Intertect Institute. The items currently digitized represent a small section of the collection chosen for their significance by members of the Cuny Center for the Study of Societies in Crisis.
Geologic Atlas of the United States A set of 227 folios published by the U.S. Geological Survey between 1894 and 1945. Each folio includes both topographic and geologic maps for each quad represented in that folio, as well as descriptions of the basic and economic geology of the area.
The Great War: A World War I Exhibit Featuring the Aggie Experience The challenge of our centennial exhibit, “The Great War: Memories of Service and Sacrifice,” was to bridge the gap between the experiences of this almost unimaginable past and the exigencies of the present and, in so doing, to honor those who served and sometimes died for their country. Fortunately, our archives contain a treasure-trove of relevant material—diaries, letters, maps, official documents, photographs—that allow us to bring the past palpably into the present.
HathiTrust Texas A&M Unversity Libraries regular contribute items and collections to the HathiTrust
Hereld Fanzine The Sandy Hereld Collection consists of thousands of digitized images of media fanzines, letterzines, and club newsletters, dating from the late 1960s through materials published online or in print in 2013. The collection is an unparalleled assembly of media fanworks that document generations of fans’ continued creative engagement with media productions meaningful to them.
Historical Maps of Cuba This collection contains digital versions of historical maps of Cuba held by the Texas A&M University Libraries. Subject matter includes soils and population.
Images of Rural Past Historical photographs from the Texas Agricultural Extension Service
Index-Catalogue of Medical and Veterinary Zoology This historical compendium of the parasitological literature is a key resource of importance to researchers in re-emerging diseases and global animal health. The compilation of content began in 1892, and resulted in over 100 separate publications comprising over 20,000 pages.
Mapping Historic Aggieland Mapping Historic Aggieland tells the story of the A&M campus by linking our campus heritage to the present day. Contributing to the preservation of Texas A&M campus history, this project uses cutting-edge geospatial technology to map 100 years of campus buildings and landmarks. Visitors navigate the interactive map and select points of interest to reveal historic photographs from the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives and facts about their timeline in history.
The Mina de Malfois Archive The Mina De Malfois Archive contains stories from “Mina” herself (Carlanime), plus numerous others from fans that Carlanime generously allowed to play in her world. Also included are several podcasts, examples of Mina-oriented fan art, and pieces of Sanguinity fanfiction. The latter again demonstrates the meta nature of the Minaverse – fanfiction about a nonexistent fandom that serves as a satire of existing online fandoms.
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OAKTrust The OAKTrust digital repository at Texas A&M is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes the scholarly output of the University. The repository facilitates open access scholarly communication while preserving the scholarly legacy of the Texas A&M community.
The Raiford L. Stripling Collection The Raiford L. Stripling Collection is made up of over 250 projects contained in 24 boxes, as well as drawings and construction documents housed in flat files in one map case. In addition to architectural drawings and blueprints, the collection contains contract documents, correspondence, brochures, pamphlets, newspaper articles, magazine articles, photographs, sketches, drawings, and miscellaneous notes.
Texas Data Repository The Texas Data Repository is a platform for publishing and archiving datasets (and other data products) created by faculty, staff, and students at Texas higher education institutions. The repository is built in an open-source application called Dataverse.
Texas A&M University Yearbook Collection The Texas A&M University Online Yearbook Collection provides a window into student life at Texas A&M. In addition to introducing the reader to those who have both built and inhabited A&M throughout the years, the yearbooks include important historical information and commentary concerning the growth and development of Texas A&M.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database The Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database is an on-line, searchable compilation and extension of Science Fiction and Fantasy Reference Index 1878-1985, Science Fiction and Fantasy Reference Index 1985-1991, and Science Fiction and Fantasy Reference Index 1992-1995, including material located since publication of the last printed volume.
Shifting Frontiers: Texas from Spain to Space Over the years, Cushing Memorial Library and Archives has built an impressive Texas history collection. Through donations and purchases, curators and directors have acquired unique and rare items in a variety of formats, including manuscripts, maps, books, photographs, objects, textiles and audiovisual materials. Shifting Frontiers: Texas from Spain to Space showcases these materials, highlighting the complexity of Texas history and the impact that Texas has had on the rest of the country, and on the world.
Toward a Better Living: African American Farming Communities in Mid-Century Texas This exhibition pays homage to a traveling photographic exhibit, Toward a Better Living for Rural Texas Blacks, 1930-1960, created by Charles Schultz
Vascular Plant Image Gallery This is an archive of images from the Vascular Plant Image Library built by the now defunct Texas A&M Bioinformatics Working Group.
Wheelan Collection of Mexican Revolution Photographs

Wheelan was one of a legion of newspaper and magazine reporters and photographers who covered the Mexican Revolution. 300 photographs comprise the John Davidson Wheelan Collection.


Curator: Anton duPlessis

World War I Postcards The WWI Postcard Collection is a unique and fascinating part of the Cooper K. Ragan Military Collection at Texas A&M University’s Cushing Library. The collection houses 152 postcards from the Great War, 1914-1918. Inherited from Dominic Hibberd, the original collector of the cards is an English biographer, most noted for his biographies of Wilfred Owen and Harold Monro, London poets who both authored wartime verses.