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  • Richard E. Halter, Log Book 1866-1869 

    Halter, Richard E. (1866)
    Journal of the daily operations of the hydrographic party of Sub Asst. R.E. Halter. Cruises 1866-1869.
  • The Red Record 

    Unknown author (Coast Seamen's Journal Print, 1897)
    This pamphlet presents a concise and vivid view of one phase of the American seaman's life. Considerations, not only of humanity, but of business expediency, as evidenced by the growing scarcity of seamen, demand public ...
  • Foch Lafitte, Sr. Collection 

    Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center (Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, 1930)
    Date of this list is unknown - 1930 is an estimate. This is an inventory of the Foch Lafitte collection housed at the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center in Liberty, Texas.
  • Margaret Swett Henson (1924-2001) Collection 

    Henson, Margaret Swett (1938)
    Texas historian Margaret Swett Henson lived from 1924 to 2001. She lived and worked in the Houston area but her historical research and writing embraced all of Texas. She was a member of the Tejano Association for ...
  • Gulf Agency, Inc. Collection 

    -- (1939)
    The Gulf Agency, Inc. Collection was donated to the Williams Library at Texas A&M University at Galveston by the Moore Memorial Library of Texas City, TX.
  • Stephen Curley Papers, 1939-2007 

    Curley, Stephen (1939-2007)
    Author and English faculty member at Texas A&M University at Galveston. Graduate of Fordham University (B.A.); and Rice University (Ph.D.) Contains subject and chronological files pertaining to the research for the book, ...
  • Frank G. Malik Collection 

    Malik, Frank G. (1949)
    This collection of papers of Frank G. Malik documents some of his career as a chemical engineer with Mobil Oil Company in Beaumont, his service in the Naval Reserve, 8th District, New Orleans, LA, and as a leader and ...
  • Texas Gulf Sulphur Collection 

    -- (1952)
    Collection of aerial photographs of the Galveston area coastline, from flyovers in 1952 and 1953. It consists of 78 black and white photographs.
  • SS Texaco Oklahoma Collection 

    -- (1958)
    The collection of copies of testimony and exhibits of the Marine Board of Investigation concerning the loss of the SS Texaco Oklahoma and 33 lives on March 27, 1971 was donated to Texas Maritime Academy by Lt. R.B. Harden, ...
  • Peter J. LaValle Papers, 1958-1966 

    LaValle, Peter J. (1958-1966)
    Correspondence, minutes, reports and a menu from Gaidos restaurant pertaining to the establishment of the Texas Maritime Academy located in Galveston with the help of legislators and local businessmen. The correspondence ...
  • R.F. Hunt papers, c. 1964-1968 

    Hunt, R.F. (1964)
    This collection of ten items was a gift to the Jack K. Williams Library Special Collections by Charles M. Freeman. The collection includes correspondence from the Captain of the USS Boxer to friends and family of the ship; ...
  • Sammy Ray Papers, 1964-2013 

    Unknown author (1964-2013)
    Sammy Ray was a Professor Emeritus and longtime employee of Texas A&M University at Galveston. The collection consists of records documenting the establishment of the Texas Maritime Academy in Galveston, Texas, files on ...
  • J. Morgan Wells, Aquanaut 

    Wells, J. Morgan (1965)
    Morgan Wells was an aquanaut on both SeaLabII (1965) and Tektite II (1970). While on both missions, he writes to "Debb" about life at the bottom of the sea. While onboard Tektite II, the crew experienced an earthquake, ...
  • Capt. Karl P. Fanning Collection 

    Fanning, Karl P. (1965)
    This collection of papers of Capt. Karl P. Fanning are class notes which he took as a student at Texas Maritime Academy studying for his B.S. degree and 3rd Mates License which he received in May 1967. The courses represented ...
  • W.T. Gooding Collection 

    -- (1966)
    This is a collection of log books of merchant marine cruises collected by Mr. Gooding between 1966 and 1971.
  • Aaron Robert "Babe" Schwartz Papers 

    Schwartz, Aaron Robert "Babe" (1967)
    Aaron Robert “Babe” Schwartz, Texas state senator, lawyer, and professor, was born to Russian immigrant parents in Galveston, Texas on July 17, 1926. Schwartz taught Ocean and Coastal Law at The University of Houston Law ...
  • William H. Clayton Papers, 1968-1969, 1976 

    Clayton, William H (1968, 1969)
    Dr. William H Clayton was appointed the first Dean of Texas A&M University's College of Marine Sciences and Maritime Resources. He spent 15 years with the University as Chief Executive Officer and is regarded a leader in ...
  • Environments and biological assemblages 

    Fisher, W.L.; McGowen, J.H.; Brown, L.F.; Groat, C.G. (University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, 1972)
    Full color map with coding for subaqueous environments and assemblages, and subaerial environments and assemblages.
  • William H. Hall Collection 

    Hall, William H (1973)
    Graduate of Texas A&M University (Ph.D., 1973); Faculty member at Texas A&M University, College Station and Galveston and University of Houston at Clear Lake. Voyage journal; photographs (slides and captions); class records ...
  • Jacques Cousteau (left) and A.R. "Babe" Schwartz (center) at the dedication of the Texas A&M Oceanography Building in 1973 

    Unknown (1973)
    Jacques Cousteau (left) and Texas State Senator Aaron R. "Babe" Schwartz (center) at the dedication of the Texas A&M University Oceanography Building in College Station, 1973.