Monthly Archives: March 2016

Documenting Women’s Service: The Temple Rodef Sholom Sisterhood in Waco

We recently processed the Rodef Sholom Sisterhood records, and with Women’s History Month well underway, it seemed a perfect collection to spotlight. Learn more in this post about their contributions to a Waco synagogue. Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt’s Texas Tour: The Central Texas Stop

When Eleanor Roosevelt came to Waco in 1939, hers was the first full-fledged visit by the First Lady of an incumbent president–and Waco was excited! Learn more about her tour stops and presentation in Waco Hall in this “Timeline” piece from the Spring 1999 issue of The Baylor Line. Continue reading

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Texas over Time: Big Bend National Park–The Window

Texas is known for its spectacular sunsets–check out the view from “The Window” at Big Bend National Park in our latest “Texas over Time” GIF. Continue reading

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