Answered By: Erin Owens
Last Updated: Dec 04, 2014     Views: 32

The SHSU University Archives (library's 4th floor, Room 400) collects, preserves, and maintains materials related to the history of the past and present of Sam Houston State University.

The archives collections is made up of historical and recent items, including but not limited to: yearbooks from 1910 on, the school newspaper, The Houstonian, bulletins and catalogs for undergraduate and graduate students, presidential papers from the various Sam Houston State University presidents, historian and professor, J. L. Clark Collection of Texas materials, student handbooks and directories, newsletters, Alumni Association related materials, university reports, Texas State University System Board of Regents reports, historic photographs from across the years, commencement videos and commencement programs, blue prints, the C. C. Springfield negatives collection and many more items.

Learn more about location, hours, and how to contact the University Archives.

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