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Research Guides

COMM240-501: Rhetorical Criticism-Prof. Kate Siegfried (Spring 2019)

Archival Resources

TAMU Cushing Memorial Library & Archives Resources
Africana Studies Collections
Hispanic Studies Collections
Texas Archival Resources Online (TARO)

Inventoried and/or Processed Collections with Finding Guides

Don Kelly Research Collection on Gay History and Culture-a 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, an open source website.

The Yolanda Broyles-Gonzalez and Francisco González Archive, 1958-2007-A rich borderlands Mexican-American collection with a focus on performance arts, theater, German literature, Chicano films, and music.

Media Fanzine Collection-fan-produced publications that document fan groups for movies, televisions, and science fiction and fantasy.

Unprocessed or only inventories available

Harriette Andreadis Women's Studies Research Collection and Personal Archive-TAMU retired Professor and founder of Women's Studies-papers include her research, the early history of Women's and Gender Studies, and extensive book collection.

Antonio La Pastina and Dale Rice Collection-TAMU Professor in Communications-collection includes books, serials, postcards, media and other Ephemera related to LGBTQ communities both nationally and internationally.

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