Take a look at the papers written by participants of the Leadership Command College(LCC) of The Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT), The program is designed to provide police executives with the knowledge and skills necessary for successful leadership in a modern law enforcement agency. The format and …
Special Collections contains such rare books and fine bindings as have come to this institution over its many years of existence. The Thomason Room also collects and maintains subject specialties such as Texana, Civil War, criminal justice, avant-garde poetry, and local history. Notable among the collections are the vivid drawings of …
SHSU University Archives collects, preserves, and maintains materials related to the history of the past and present of Sam Houston State University. The archives' collection contains items, including but not limited to: yearbooks(1910-), newsletters, student handbooks and directories, The Houstonian(student newspaper), historical …
This museum is dedicated to the life & times of General Sam Houston, former Governor of Tennessee, victor over Santa Anna in the Texas War of Independence, first President of the Republic of Texas, Senator from the State of Texas and Governor of the State of Texas. This collection features over 300 images, documents and artifacts …
The Walker County Historical Commission (WCHC) is a constituted organization of Walker County government composed of citizen members whose purpose is the preservation of the county's historical and cultural artifacts.
Here you will find a selection of materials that are housed in the WCHC's archives.
Newton Gresham Library is committed to providing primary source materials from the 19th through the 21st centuries in digital format. Whatever your interest, these collections will enlighten you about Sam Houston State University and Huntsville as you view the many treasures included in the John W. Thomason Room, University Archives, and other collections. You will receive a glimpse of letters from the Civil War era, photos from SHSU's past and present, oral histories, and artwork. You will also find a growing collection of the intellectual output of Sam Houston State University, including creative writing, research projects, presentations, and journals created by our own faculty, staff, and students.