Over 100 years of congressional history is represented at Poage Library. Our collections are diverse in content and format. Manuscripts, audio-visual materials and electronic media illuminates the historical record of Congress. Aside from traditional political and biographical topics, subject strengths include agriculture, civil rights, and military and veterans affairs. Collections also supplement coursework in history,…

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After years of planning, the Waco Hispanic Museum opened to the public in September 2016. The goal of the museum is to preserve Hispanic culture and to promote Hispanic involvement in Waco and Central Texas. The collection consists largely of photos, news articles and clothing from ordinary residents who made up Waco’s Hispanic community.  

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Through Our Pages depicts the history of Waco, the region, and the world, through the eyes of the Waco Tribune-Herald. Artifacts & articles lead you through the decades, with special exhibits featuring Heisman Trophy Winner Robert Griffin III, the Branch Davidian episode, Kennedy Assassination, Baylor University, the 1953 Waco Tornado, a collection of behind the…

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Located inside Woodson Office Furniture. Description per the Scriptorium website: “Statement of Purpose 1. To tastefully exhibit the Word of God in its original Hebrew form so all can see the Creator’s Words as they were given. 2. To exhibit Hebrew Scrolls and various other biblically based artifacts to show the Gentile church the roots…

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Founded in 1968, the museum is the official hall of fame, museum, and archives for the Texas Rangers, the oldest law enforcement agency in the United States and a symbol of the American West. The museum also is the headquarters for Ranger Company F.

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The museum includes the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, Texas Tennis Hall of Fame, the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame, and the new Southwest Conference exhibit. Texas greats such as Nolan Ryan, Tom Landry, Babe Didrickson and many others are featured. Closed Sundays. Approximately 3,000 sq. ft. museum. Capacity: Great Hall seating is…

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The Texas Collection is Baylor University’s oldest special collections library and serves as the University Archive that collects, preserves, and provides access to materials on the history, heritage and culture of Texas. Baylor University Campus: Carroll Library Building

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The Red Men Museum and Library is an American history museum. It also houses the archives and presents the official history of the Improved Order of Red Men, a patriotic fraternal organization with traditions attributed to Native Americans.

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Museum features exhibits by national and international artists and touring historical art shows. Permanent collection of modern and contemporary painting, sculpture and prints. Closed Mondays.

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