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Texas A&M University - Commerce

Archive-It Partner Since: Mar, 2012

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

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Texas A\&M University- Commerce is a public four year teaching and research institution located in Northeast Texas. Founded in 1889 by William Mayo as East Texas Normal College, the university has over 11,000 students and is the second largest in the A&M system. The Velma K. Waters Library at Texas A&M University-Commerce provides access to more than 1 million cataloged items to support the teaching and research needs of its students and faculty. The Special Collections Department is dedicated to preserving documents relating to the history of the university and the Northeast Texas region.

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COVID-19 News Feed

Archived since: Apr, 2021


This collection documents news reports related to the COVID-19 pandemic in Texas from March 2020 to June 2020.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Society & Culture Government COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-, News Agencies--Texas

Congressman Ralph M. Hall

Archived since: Jun, 2014


A collection of websites and social media accounts created by Congressman Ralph M. Hall and the Hall Campaign.

Subject:   Government - National Hall, Ralph M. (Ralph Moody), 1923- United States. Congress. House.


Archived since: Jan, 2023

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Northeast Texas News and Organizations

Archived since: May, 2013


A collection of newspaper and organizational websites from the Northeast Texas region.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Society & Culture Electronic newspapers Internet--Periodicals Associations, institutions, etc.

University Archives

Archived since: Mar, 2012


collection of Texas A&M University - Commerce websites and social media, begun September 2012

Subject:   Universities & Libraries

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