Digital Collections & Exhibits

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.

1940s Brazos County Aerial Photographs

1940s Brazos County Aerial Photographs are digitized and indexed, using a highway map from 1980. Click on one of the three sections of the map to open a magnified index of the county. Next, click on the grid to open the corresponding 1940 aerial of the county. The aerial will open in a separate window.

Brazos Valley 1980 Highway map

Geologic Atlas of the United States

Geologic Atlas of the United States is a collection 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 description of the basic and economic geology of the area. The Geologic Atlas collection was digitized by the Map & GIS Library.

Historical Maps of Cuba

Historical Maps of Cuba contains digital versions of historical maps of Cuba held by the Texas A&M University Libraries. Subject matter includes soils and population.

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