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Texas A&M University History

Cushing Memorial Library

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relating to the history and traditions of Texas A&M University including not only books and magazines, but also unpublished items such as manuscripts and photographs which are not listed in LibCat.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

Cushing Library is located on the campus of Texas A&M University and is attached to the Sterling C. Evans library.

Phone number: 979-845-1951

Address: 400 Spence St.
               College Station, TX 77840

Front of Cushing Library


Sam Houston Sanders Corp of Cadets Center

Sam Houston Sanders Corp of Cadets Center holds a museum specializing in the history of  the Corp of Cadets and Texas A&M history.  The center is located on Texas A&M's campus and houses thousands of artifacts as well as military research volumes relating to Aggie history.  This facility also holds multiple exhibits the history and traditions long held by Texas A&M University. 

Phone number: 979- 862-2862

Address: 1400 TAMU
               College Station, TX 77840

Front of Sam Houston Sanders Corps of Cadets Center

Carnegie History Center

The Carnegie History Center is a public library located in downtown Bryan.  This institution houses extensive collections covering Brazos County history which will include additional information concerning Texas A&M University.

Phone number: 979- 209-5630

Address: 111 S. Main St.
              Bryan, TX 77803

Front of Carnegie History Center