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Texas A & M University--Commerce. Special Collections

James G. Gee Library
Special Collections Department
P.O.Box 3011
Texas A&M University
Commerce, Texas 75429

Phone: 903-886-5737

Repository URL: http://www.tamu-commerce.edu/library/collections/special/ External Link

Repository description (extant): The Special Collections Department is a research library containing collections of books, photographs, maps, serial publications, oral histories, and artifacts regarding Texas A&M University-Commerce and Northeast Texas. The Special Collections Department is located on the fourth floor of James G. Gee Library.

The materials housed in the department contain both primary research and published items. The materials are organized into two major collection units: Special Collections and University Archives.

Special Collections is comprised mostly of primary research materials on Northeast Texas history; among the collections are the personal papers of State Senators A.M. Aikin and Peyton McKnight, U.S. Representative Ray Roberts, Ambassador Fletcher Warren, aviatrix Jeana Yeager, jazz stars Louise Tobin and Peanuts Hucko, country music star Ruby Allmond, and many other prominent men and women. University Archives consists of all permanent records, photographs, and historical artifacts documenting the history of Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

Black history project
Celebrating African-American history in Commerce, Texas

 

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