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Scope and Contents The Adelle Clark collection consists of materials pertaining to Clarks’ career as professor of English and Spanish at East Texas State Teachers College and Texas Christian University, her literary works, and her personal life and interests. The collection is organized into three series: materials related to the Commerce Civic Music Association, Manuscripts, and Biographical Materials, with a subseries containing Certifications.Series I, Commerce Civic Music...
Scope and Contents James A. Grimshaw, Jr. (1940-), taught in higher education for thirty-five years and published his first academic work in 1971. The material in this collection documents his teaching through academic records, scholarship, and service. Divided into six series, this material includes correspondence, Grimshaw's writing and oral presentations, materials associated with his teaching, personal items, writing by others, and a series named Exceptions which is explained below in the...
Scope and Contents The Dr. William "Bill" Edwards McCarron Collection documents aspects of his military service, his teaching and writing career and his family life.The materials are divided into four series, including his own graduate student college notebooks, his fiction and nonfiction works, documents on his period of service in Vietnam, and material on his teaching career.The first series, McCarron’s college notebooks, is subdivided into three sections, dealing with his master's...
Scope and Contents The University History Vertical File Collection consists of topical files regarding organizations, departments, employees, students, and events. The files were compiled by Dr. James Conrad through his personal research and through small donations to the Special Collections Department. This collection is on-going and as such, this finding aid is subject to change.
- Names: Texas A & M University--Commerce X