Monthly Archives: December 2017

The 12 Days of a Baylor Christmas

by Sylvia Hernandez, BULAA Project Archivist ‘Tis the season to decorate trees, bake some cookies, visit our loved ones, and sing along to our favorite holiday tunes. Undoubtedly at least one version of “The 12 Days of Christmas” will grace our … Continue reading

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Herman Moll and His Distorted Map

by Rachel DeShong, Special Event Coordinator and Map Curator  “Recalculating” is a term that many of us are far too familiar with. We hear it when the GPS navigation system on our phone is telling us how to get from Point … Continue reading

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Songs of the Past and Present: Baylor Sheet Music at The Texas Collection

by Joseph Lipham, Student Assistant In 1930, the illustrious Baylor University became officially accredited as a School of Music by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Under the guidance of the School of Music director, Roxy Grove, who … Continue reading

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Research Ready: November 2017

Learn about Texas art and artists, railroads, sheet music, Baylor University history, and more in this month’s edition of Research Ready. Continue reading

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