Inventoried and/or Processed Collections with Finding Guides
The Battalion-magazines, newspapers, and resources related to TAMU.
Charles Levy Civil Rights Collection-Nearly 1000 items related to the civil rights movement from 1955-1975.
Citizens' Fellowship Papers,1958-1966-Integration of public schools that includes A&M Consolidated Independent School District.
Don Kelly Research Collection on Gay History and Culture-an 12000+ collection of books, serials, manuscripts, and posters that document the LGBTQ community nationally and internationally. The collection is housed in Cushing Memorial Library & Archives, but you can access the Kelly collection via LibraryThing.com, an open-source website.
Intended for All-women's history at Texas A&M University
In Fulfillment of a Dream Exhibit Collection-exhibit on African Americans at TAMU.
Miscellaneous Small Collections, 1688-2009
Political and Radical Ephemera Collection-political documents of civil rights and radical movements.
Terry Anderson Oral History Collection-interviews with people all across A&M and Texas, including discussions with women and individuals involved in the civil rights movement and the Vietnam era.
Earl Rudder Papers, The James Earl Rudder Papers (1918-2001 (bulk: 1944-1970)) are arranged into nine series, the first seven roughly corresponding to the chronology of James Earl Rudder's life,
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.
Unprocessed or only inventories available
Archon Resources-Link to other collections to use for projects.