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East Texas State College -- History.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Arthur Robertson Letter

 File — Box Small Collections 2
Identifier: 2015.13
Scope and Contents This collection comprises one letter written by Arthur Robertson in 2005. The letter includes recollections of his memories of East Texas State College (ETSC) from 1957-1961 along with information about his personal life. Regarding his time as a student, Robertson provides information about the various student religious groups on campus, including the Baptist Student Center, the Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ, and the Wesley Student Foundation. Robertson discusses racial...
Dates: 2005

Black History Month Collection

Identifier: 2018.36-A
Content Description The Black History Month Collection documents and details Texas A&M University - Commerce history of engaging with and representing its Black students through the Office of Intercultural Services. Series I: Black History Month includes research and mixed materials demonstrating national Black history which were utilized to educate the campus community at cultural events. This series includes a folder of mixed material Black studies curriculum. There is also a folder of calendars and...
Dates: 1980-2008

Brecheen Collection

Identifier: 2008.143
Scope and Contents The Brecheen Collection consists of materials pertaining to multiple members of the Brecheen family including Billy Brecheen, his mother Stella, and relative Roy Young. Billy Brecheen’s adulthood as a student at East Texas Normal College and Spartan Aircraft School, his time as an Airman during World War II, and his personal life and family life. Along with materials pertaining to him, the collection also contains materials from his mother, Stella, as well as a man by the name...
Dates: 1937 - 1963; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1955

University Photograph Collection

Identifier: 2008.17
Scope and Contents

The University Photograph Collection comprises photographs, negatives, and slides that document the history of Texas A&M University-Commerce. Dates range from the foundation of the college in 1889 until the prominent use of digital photography in the mid-2000s. The collection is arranged topically. Several areas of focus include athletics, campus buildings, faculty and staff members, campus departments and offices, and student activities.

Dates: 1890 - 2005