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Cushing Memorial Library

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We recommend anyone researching the history of Texas A&M University should visit or contact the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives.


The Cushing Library has many collections relating to the history and traditions of Texas A&M University including not only books and magazines, but also unpublished items such as manuscripts and photographs which are not listed in LibCat. 

In addition, the Cushing staff are experts in researching university history, and can recommend different special collections that patrons may also find useful in their research.


Other Institutions

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Sam Houston Sanders Corps of Cadets Center

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Carnegie History Center

Located in downtown Bryan, this institution has extensive collections relating to Brazos County, some of which contain information about Texas A&M.

General Sources

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