Texas A&M University Archives

The University Archives was established in 1950 to collect, process, preserve, and provide access to all records of Texas A&M University which have administrative, fiscal, legal, or historical value.

Included in the Archives collection are correspondence files of administrative offices such as the chancellor, president, deans, directors, and department heads; records of the Board of Regents; minutes and other records of committees; publications of all types of all units of Texas A&M; a complete file of course catalogs; student publications such as yearbooks, magazines, and newspapers; photographs of campus buildings; scenes and activities; and special subject and biographical newspaper clippings files about A&M subjects.

Examples of material in the University Archives:The Aggie Bonfire

How to find materials in the University Archives:

ARCHON - Cushing’s Collections Database

ARCHON is a digital database that includes finding aids to records, manuscripts, and more. You can access ARCHON here. [link: http://archon.library.tamu.edu]