Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Each year since 2004, the Common Experience events bring students together to read and engage with a powerful text, and explore related themes in University Seminar classes. Collection consists of background and planning materials, press releases, posters, calendars of events, as well as each year's book.
Collection contains handwritten and printed documents associated with the members and activities of the German club at Southwest Texas State Normal School from 1912 to 1918. Until its disappearance in 1919 it was one of the most active associations on campus.
Collection consists of planning materials for the events and the oral history project commemorating Lyndon Baines Johnson's 100th birthday (often referred to as LBJ100). Most of the materials were created by members of the LBJ Centennial Celebration Steering Committee and overlapped with the Common Experience at Texas State University.
This collection contains two student notebooks completed for Southwest Texas State Normal School home economics courses. The notebooks consist primarily of handwritten notes, printed lessons and diagrams, as well as the samples of textiles, practice stitches and seams.
The San Marcos 10, a group of students who were suspended from Texas State University in 1969 after refusing to leave an unauthorized protest of the Vietnam War. The San Marcos 10 took their case all the way to the Supreme Court, only to have the justices rule against them. Material consist of compiled materials largely from the Office of Media Relations and Publications.
Black and white photographic negatives used in the student yearbook, the Pedagog, and other university publications in the 1960s at Southwest Texas State College (now Texas State University). Subjects of the images include scenes of campus, faculty and staff portraits, sporting events, and student events including beauty pageants.
The Southwest Texas State University Rodeo Association was a nonprofit student organization active from the mid-1950s to the late 1990s. This collection includes ephemera and promotional materials, as well as administrative records. Noteworthy are architectural drawings and records related to the project to build a rodeo arena structure at the Freeman Ranch.
All of these collections have distinct provenances and date ranges. They were largely created by the News Service and University Marketing and our official university images.
Many of the negatives have envelope or roll numbers; there are gaps in the number ranges. See internal database for more details.