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    • S.S. United States Papers 

      de Vries, Robbie (1969)
      This is a collection of artifacts from the S.S. United States. The artifacts include a flag, bible, linens, silverware, menu, landing card, and other paper artifacts from the ship. They were bought by Robbie de Vries and ...
    • Sailing Club, 1980-2002 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston Sailing Club (Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1980)
      Sailing Club Files, 1980-2002. Constitution (2000), Correspondence with the faculty advisor regarding the donation of an Ensign class sailboat to the University, application forms, an instruction book, and other miscellaneous ...
    • Sailing Trophy Cases 

      Unknown author
      Sailing trophies, located in two cases. Many of these are trophies from the Harvest Moon Regatta.
    • Sammy Ray Papers, 1964-2013 

      Ray, Sammy (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 ...
    • The Sea Aggie, 1999-2006 

      The Office of External Affairs and Campus Development (1999)
      Preceded by Today. Publication for former students, parents, and friends of TAMUG.
    • Sea Spray, 1976-2015 

      Sea Spray Staff; Texas A&M University at Galveston student and faculty (Sea Spray, 1976)
      TAMUG student literary magazine
    • Self Study Survey Results, Sept.13.1982 

      Curley, Dr. S. (Dr. S. Curley, Coordinator, Self Study, 1982-09-13)
      Title of item. UA42, Box 1. Title of collection. Jack K. Williams Library, Archives, and Manuscripts, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Galveston, TX.
    • Small Boat Basin, 1998 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston; Small boat basin staff (1998)
    • SS Excambion, 1948 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (1948)
      Originally named the USS Queens, the ship was renamed the Excambion in 1948. It served as a cruise ship from New York City to the Mediterranean. Its last cruise was in 1959. In 1965 it was renamed the Texas Clipper and ...
    • 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, ...
    • 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, ...
    • Surprise Ship Model 

      Unknown author
      Donated by the family of Michael M. Krider, Class of ’73.
    • T/S Texas Clipper I, 1966-1989, 1995 

      Texas Clipper Crew; Texas Maritime Academy; Seaborne Conservation Corps (1966)
      The Texas Clipper was known as the USS Queens and then the SS Excambion before becoming the training ship for the Texas Maritime Academy at Texas A&M Galveston in 1965. Its last cruise as the training ship for the Texas ...
    • T/S Texas Clipper II, 1996-2002 

      T/S Texas Clipper II Crew (1996)
      The Texas Clipper II was formerly known as the USN Chauvenet. It was renamed the Texas Clipper II when it was acquired by Texas A&M at Galveston in 1996. The ship was replaced in 2005. It served at the summer training ...
    • TAMU Oceanography Abstracts of Tech Reports, 1969-1973 

      Texas A&M University Department of Oceanography (1969)
      Four bound lists of abstracts of technical reports produced by the faculty and research staff of the Department of Oceanography of Texas A&M University.
    • TAMUG Budgets, 1961-2009 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (1961)
      Yearly operating budget for Texas A&M University at Galveston.
    • TAMUG Catalogs, 1962-2008 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (1962)
      Course catalog containing course listings, degree requirements, admissions information, student services information, and the academic calendar.
    • TAMUG Class Schedules, 1980-2004 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (1980)
      Class schedules for spring, summer, and fall semesters at Texas A&M University at Galveston. Schedules come bound, stapled, or as newspapers.
    • TAMUG History Notebooks, 1962-1993 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1962)
      Vol. 1-[8]. Typescript histories, reports, regulations, memos and news clippings in looseleaf notebooks documenting the Texas maritime Academy and TAMUG's history. ALSO includes photographs in Vol 5. All enclosed in binders. ...
    • TAMUG Office of Public Information, 1962-2008 

      TAMUG Office of Public Information (TAMUG Office of Public Information, 1962)
      Office Records. Includes In The News, press releases, office correspondence, cruises and a small number of Summer WAVES. In the News are bound photocopies of news clippings about TAMUG, faculty and students.