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5 GREAT REASONS TO BOOK YOUR NEXT FIELD TRIP WITH US 1) Central Texas’s largest museum complex (over 143,000 sqft!) 2) Packed with hands-on STEM & cultural history learning opportunities…

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Harding Black

Harding Black was a master American ceramics artist, who was active from the 1930s to the 1990s. Early in his career, he worked for the WPA and also taught ceramics…

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HIstory Field Trips

HIstoric Waco offers field trips to students in grades Kindergarden through 8th grade. Each field trip includes an interactive tour of a historic house and hands-on activities. Topics include the…

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Independence, Texas Collection

This collection contains materials from numerous sources in and around Independence, Texas. Located in Washington County, the village of Independence was the original home of Baylor University, founded by Texas…

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Liberty Community Cemetery Project

Items in this collection document the history of Liberty Community Cemetery in Independence, Texas. Each object presents an image of the marker, monument or headstone, relevant biographical information (date of…

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Little Peppers

The Little Peppers program provides a sensory-rich version of our most popular program, Waco: Home of Dr Pepper. Geared for our younger visitors between the ages of 4 -7, the…

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Maps

Drawn from the extensive cartographic holdings of The Texas Collection, the items in this collection focus primarily on North America and, specifically, Texas. Maps from French, Spanish, German and American…

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Online Oral History Archive

The Baylor University Institute for Oral History online digital collection, powered by ContentDM, contains over 4000 interview transcripts and 2000 complete interview audio files, representing over 200 projects from our…

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Pat Neff: ‘The Plain Democrat’ Governor of Texas, 1921-1925 (Exhibit)

“The Plain Democrat” is a curated digital exhibit consisting of speeches, campaign flyers and literature, lantern plates, photographs, and correspondence from the Pat M. Neff Papers housed at The Texas…

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