BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//TAMU//NONSGML v1.0//EN X-WR-CALNAME:TAMU Events BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Chicago BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZNAME:CDT DTSTART:20190310T080000 RDATE:20190310T080000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0600 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Chicago BEGIN:STANDARD TZNAME:CST DTSTART:20191103T070000 RDATE:20191103T070000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0600 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190108 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190110 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190109T060000Z-47024@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554230 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47024 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190110 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EC Closed for Tech Install UID:20190109T060000Z-65082@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4979090 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T140609Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65082 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190109T070000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190109T190000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Annex 405A \, Annex 405B\, Annex 405C \, Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:University Writing Center- Thesis/Dissertation Retreat UID:20190109T130000Z-49787@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4731883 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181212T202520Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49787 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190109T070000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190109T190000 LOCATION:Annex 407\, Annex 408\, Annex 409\, Annex 410\, Annex 411 SUMMARY:University Writing Center: Thesis/Dissertation Retreat UID:20190109T130000Z-49786@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4731906 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181023T182601Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49786 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190110 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190111 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190110T060000Z-47021@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554231 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47021 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190110 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190111 LOCATION:MSL Education Center SUMMARY:EC closed for Tech Install UID:20190110T060000Z-65081@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4979094 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T140609Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65081 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190110T070000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190110T190000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Annex 405A \, Annex 405B\, Annex 405C \, Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:University Writing Center- Thesis/Dissertation Retreat UID:20190110T130000Z-49785@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4731884 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181212T202520Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49785 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190110T070000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190110T190000 LOCATION:Annex 407\, Annex 408\, Annex 409\, Annex 410\, Annex 411 SUMMARY:University Writing Center: Thesis/Dissertation Retreat UID:20190110T130000Z-49784@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4731907 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181023T182601Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49784 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190110 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190111 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190112 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190111T060000Z-47016@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554232 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47016 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190111 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190112 LOCATION:MSL Education Center SUMMARY:EC closed for tech install UID:20190111T060000Z-65080@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4979095 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T140609Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65080 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190111 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190112T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190112 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190113 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190112T060000Z-47013@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554233 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47013 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190112 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190113T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190113 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190114 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190113T060000Z-47012@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554234 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47012 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190113 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190114T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190114 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190115 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190114T060000Z-47011@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554235 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47011 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190114T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190114T140000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Team Leader Meeting UID:20190114T190000Z-51298@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823358 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51298 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190114 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190115T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190115 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190116 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190116 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190117 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190116T060000Z-47008@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554237 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47008 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T100000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Level II Class UID:20190116T150000Z-64969@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4967429 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64969 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T144000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:CHEM 481 (Powers) UID:20190116T195000Z-65002@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4975992 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190104T204951Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65002 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T160000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T173000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Intercultural Communication DESCRIPTION:Intercultural Communication M/W 4:10-5:25pm UID:20190116T220000Z-65694@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4993206 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190108T220828Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65694 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T173000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190116T190000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Technology and Human Communication DESCRIPTION:Technology and Human Communication M/W 5:45-7:00pm UID:20190116T233000Z-65693@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4993239 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190108T220828Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65693 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190116 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190117 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190118 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190117T060000Z-47005@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554238 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47005 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190117T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190117T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PHIL 489 (Katz) UID:20190117T153500Z-64908@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4956359 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190102T194656Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64908 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190117T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190117T140000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PHIL 682 (Katz) UID:20190117T184500Z-64907@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4956348 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190102T194656Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64907 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190117T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190117T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20190118T003000Z-47002@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543328 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47002 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190117 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190118 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190119 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190118T060000Z-46999@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554239 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46999 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190118T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190118T120000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Giddings High School UID:20190118T150000Z-49581@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4724693 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181019T030714Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49581 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190118 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190119T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190119 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190120 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190119T060000Z-46996@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554240 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46996 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190119 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190120T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190120 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190121 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190120T060000Z-46993@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554241 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46993 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190120 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190121T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190121 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190122 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190121T060000Z-46990@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554242 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46990 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190121T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190121T140000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Team Leader Meeting UID:20190121T190000Z-51297@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823359 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51297 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190121 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190122T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190122 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190123 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190122T060000Z-46987@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554243 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46987 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190122T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190122T120000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Admin Meeting UID:20190122T160000Z-50505@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4789497 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:50505 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190122T154500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190122T170000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:FIVS 481 - Tomberlin UID:20190122T214500Z-49147@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4685570 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181004T153510Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49147 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190122 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190123 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190124 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190123T060000Z-46986@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554244 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46986 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T100000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Level II Class UID:20190123T150000Z-64968@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4967430 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64968 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T105000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 470 (Lewis) UID:20190123T153500Z-51700@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4884523 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181212T154948Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51700 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T122500 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 466 (Lewis) UID:20190123T171000Z-51699@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4884534 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181212T154948Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51699 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T140000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 466 (Lewis) UID:20190123T184500Z-51698@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4884537 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181212T154948Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51698 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190123T144000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:CHEM 481 (Powers) UID:20190123T195000Z-65001@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4976034 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190104T215649Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65001 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190123 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190124 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190125 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190125 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190126 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190125T060000Z-46983@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554246 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46983 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190125 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190126 LOCATION:Annex 405 SUMMARY:Software Carpentry UID:20190125T060000Z-64902@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4955135 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190102T184557Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64902 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190125T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190125T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:INST 362 (Kim) UID:20190125T151000Z-65714@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4994883 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190109T002107Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65714 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190125T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190125T144000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:ESSM 430 (Moore) UID:20190125T195000Z-64813@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4946543 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181230T043220Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64813 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190125 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190126 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190127 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190126T060000Z-46982@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554247 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46982 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190126T073000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190126T163000 LOCATION:Evans 204A\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Spring Training UID:20190126T133000Z-50231@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4766096 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181106T192052Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:50231 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190126 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190127 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190128 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190127T060000Z-46981@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554248 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46981 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190127 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190128T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190128 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190129 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190128T060000Z-46980@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554249 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46980 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190128T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190128T140000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Team Leader Meeting UID:20190128T190000Z-51296@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823360 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51296 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190128T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190128T155000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:CHEM 481 (Gaede) UID:20190128T210000Z-64974@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4968425 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T203602Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64974 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190128 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190129 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190130 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190130 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190131 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190130T060000Z-46978@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554251 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46978 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T100000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Level II Class UID:20190130T150000Z-64967@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4967431 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64967 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T122000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:KINE 198 (Szura) UID:20190130T173000Z-65121@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4983880 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T194203Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65121 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T134000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center SUMMARY:SPMT 482 (Jones) UID:20190130T184000Z-65107@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4982743 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T173711Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65107 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T133000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:HIST 280-906 (McInnis) UID:20190130T184000Z-49947@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4744718 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181029T202901Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49947 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T135500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T145500 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:SPMT 482 (Guinn) UID:20190130T195500Z-65106@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4982765 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T173711Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65106 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190130T155000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:CHEM 481 (Gaede) UID:20190130T210000Z-64973@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4968450 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T203602Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64973 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190130 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190131 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190201 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190201 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190202 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190201T060000Z-46975@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554253 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46975 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190201T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190201T105000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:EDCI 354 (Thomas) UID:20190201T140000Z-64914@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4957229 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190102T205413Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64914 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190201T133000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190201T144500 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ANTH 415 DESCRIPTION:This Anthropological Writing course is designed to improve students understanding of professional writing styles in specific sub-fields of anthropology.  UID:20190201T193000Z-65713@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4995001 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190109T002107Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65713 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190201 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190202T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190202 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190203 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190202T060000Z-46972@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554254 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46972 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190202 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190203T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190203 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190204 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190203T060000Z-46971@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554255 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46971 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190203 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190204T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190204 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190205 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190204T060000Z-46970@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554256 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46970 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190204T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190204T134000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:SPMT 482 (Jones) UID:20190204T184000Z-65104@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4982785 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T173711Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65104 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190204T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190204T140000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Team Leader Meeting UID:20190204T190000Z-51295@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823361 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51295 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190204T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190204T190000 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Graduate Workshop UID:20190205T000000Z-51294@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823470 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51294 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190204 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190205 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190206 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190205T060000Z-46969@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554257 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46969 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190205T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190205T120000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Admin Meeting UID:20190205T160000Z-50503@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4789499 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:50503 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190205T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190205T151000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:CHEM 481 (Rosynek) UID:20190205T202000Z-65020@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4977547 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190105T022005Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65020 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190205 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190206 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190207 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190206T060000Z-46968@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554258 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46968 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T100000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Level II Class UID:20190206T150000Z-64966@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4967432 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64966 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T120000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ANTH 608 (Wachsmann) UID:20190206T150000Z-49945@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4743467 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181029T170749Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49945 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T122500 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 466 (Flint) UID:20190206T171000Z-64296@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4901184 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181214T192121Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64296 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T140000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 466 (Flint) UID:20190206T184500Z-64295@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4901188 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181214T192121Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64295 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T153500 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 466 (Flint) UID:20190206T202000Z-64294@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4901195 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181214T192121Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64294 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190206T155000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:CHEM 481 (Gaede) UID:20190206T210000Z-64972@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4968494 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T203602Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64972 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190206 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190207 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190208 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190207T060000Z-46967@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554259 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46967 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190207T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190207T123000 LOCATION:Annex 405 SUMMARY:ECON 485 Verdegaal UID:20190207T173000Z-64127@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4891653 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181213T170613Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64127 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190207T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190207T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20190208T003000Z-46966@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543331 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46966 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190207 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190208 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190209 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190208T060000Z-46965@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554260 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46965 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190208 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190209T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190209 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190210 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190209T060000Z-46964@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554261 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46964 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190209 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190210T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190210 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190211 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190210T060000Z-46963@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554262 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46963 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190210 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190211T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190211 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190212 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190211T060000Z-46962@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554263 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46962 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T105000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 466 (Lester) UID:20190211T153500Z-51687@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4878597 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181211T170859Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51687 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T122500 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 637 (Lester) UID:20190211T171000Z-51685@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4878601 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181211T170859Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51685 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T133000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:KINE 198 (Darnell) UID:20190211T184000Z-65087@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4980036 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190107T151134Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65087 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T140000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Team Leader Meeting UID:20190211T190000Z-51293@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823362 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51293 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190211T190000 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Graduate Workshop UID:20190212T000000Z-51292@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823471 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51292 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190211 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190212T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190212 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190213 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190212T060000Z-46961@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554264 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46961 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190212T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190212T120000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Admin Meeting UID:20190212T160000Z-50502@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4789500 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:50502 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190212T154500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190212T170000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:FIVS 481 - Tomberlin UID:20190212T214500Z-49145@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4685566 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181004T153510Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49145 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190212 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190213 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190214 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190214 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190215 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190214T060000Z-46959@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554266 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46959 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190214T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190214T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20190215T003000Z-46958@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543332 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46958 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190214 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190215T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190215 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190216 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190215T060000Z-46956@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554267 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46956 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190215 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190216T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190216 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190217 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190216T060000Z-46952@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554268 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46952 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190216 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190217T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190217 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190218 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190217T060000Z-46949@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554269 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46949 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190217 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190218T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190218 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190219 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190218T060000Z-46947@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554270 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46947 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190218T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190218T140000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Team Leader Meeting UID:20190218T190000Z-51291@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823363 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51291 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190218T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190218T190000 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Graduate Workshop UID:20190219T000000Z-51290@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4823472 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T193440Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51290 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190218 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20190219T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190219 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190220 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190219T060000Z-46945@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554271 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46945 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190219T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190219T120000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Admin Meeting UID:20190219T160000Z-50501@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4789501 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:50501 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190219T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190219T122500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PERF 311 (Spalink) UID:20190219T171000Z-51710@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4887159 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181212T202520Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:51710 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190219 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190220 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190221 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190220T060000Z-46942@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554272 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46942 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T100000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:UWC Level II Class UID:20190220T150000Z-64964@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4967434 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190103T192309Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:64964 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T120000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ANTH 608 (Wachsmann) UID:20190220T150000Z-49206@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4693794 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20181008T194614Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:49206 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T100000 LOCATION:Annex 601\, Library Annex SUMMARY:CLEN 001 (Stern) UID:20190220T151000Z-65670@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4992146 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190108T185250Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65670 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:CLEN 001 (Garcia) UID:20190220T151000Z-65671@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4992130 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190108T185250Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65671 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T102000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T111000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:CLEN 001 (Garcia) UID:20190220T162000Z-65669@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4992123 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190108T185250Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65669 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190220T122000 LOCATION:Annex 601\, Library Annex SUMMARY:CLEN 001 (Stern) UID:20190220T173000Z-65668@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4992158 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20190108T185250Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:65668 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190220 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190221 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190221T060000Z-46940@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554273 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46940 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190221T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190221T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20190222T003000Z-46936@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543333 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46936 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190221 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190222 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190223 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20190222T060000Z-46934@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554274 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:46934 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190222 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190223 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. 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