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The Cushing Memorial Library and Archives maintains an extensive photographic collection of over 300,000 images. The collection continues to grow. These images are in a wide variety of formats and sizes, including negatives on glass plates, post cards, and various early types of prints. The collection is organized by subject and contains a visual representation of nearly every aspect of Texas A&M University’s long and storied past beginning with the opening of the school in 1876. Categories include such subjects as campus views, individual buildings, athletics, research, teaching, student life, members of the faculty, visiting dignitaries, and important events. Most of the photographs were acquired through donation or from various units of the university.

Please note that this collection is under construction and some images are missing. These images can be found in the corresponding Flickr collection that mirrors this collection:

If you would like to view a particular image missing from the repository, the direct link to the Flickr version can be found by selecting "Show full item record" and locating the link in “dc.identifier.other."

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