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Includes two collections: Electronic Theses and Dissertations, and the Institutional Repository.
A repository for scholarly works by faculty and staff, usually articles.
Materials unique to the School of Medicine
Resident materials from the School of Medicine
Student materials from the School of Medicine
Materials from the University Library's Special Collections and Archives
This collection contains digitized images of items provided by Brownsville residents who participated in the event of Brownsville History Harvest held at the Brownsville Public Library Main Branch on September 27, 2014.
The collection consists of digitized items from the Casa Mata Museum and Archives in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Included are American military records, town hall sessions, a business registry, correspondence, inventories, and Mexican army rosters saved by the mayors of Matamoros.
This collection consists of Mexican Revolution photographs collected by the grandfather of Cheryl Shepherd while living in Mexico City.
This collection consists of short articles pertaining to the Lower Rio Grande Valley from the W.M. Doherty's Gulf Coast Magazine published from 1905-1912.
This collection consists of artifacts discovered by Manuel Hinojosa in the Lower Rio Grande Valley pertaining to the Mexican-American War.
This collection contains relics displayed at the Museums of Port Isabel in Port Isabel, Texas.
This collection consists of interviews pertaining to the history of the former Health and Human Performance department history at UTB/TSC.
This collection of lithographs pertaining to the Mexican-American War of 1846 was assembled by William Hudson, Sr., a Brownsville, Texas farmer and businessman.
Publications made at UTRGV, including digitized books and other projects.