Archives and Special Collections, University Library: Welcome

About Archives & Special Collections at A&M-SA University Library

The Archives and Special Collections unit of the University Library at Texas A&M University-San Antonio was officially founded in 2013 with the acquisition of the first private collections, the Robert H. Thonhoff Collection and a collection of newspapers from La Prensa.  Archives staff also maintain the University Archives.

Archives & Special Collections contains collections of enduring historical value that are relevant to the academic programs of A&M-SA. Archival programs at academic and public libraries create collection policies that aim to work collaboratively in a non-competitive manner with other archival repositories in the area. Collection priorities include items focusing on San Antonio, South Texas, Mexican American Studies, borderlands, the military, and local political figures.

Book materials are listed in the library's catalog. Guides to the Archival Collections can be accessed via the tab on this page. All materials are available by advance appointment only and must be used on-site. To request materials from Archives and Special Collections, please send an e-mail to or call (210) 784-1512.

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Head of Archives & Special Collections

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Leslie Stapleton
University Library, 302D
One University Way
San Antonio, TX 78224
(210) 784-1512
Subjects: History

Archives Staff

Jeremy Zuni, Processing Archivist


Catarina Garza, Archives Associate


Diana Holguin, Student Worker


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