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Hours of Operation: Spring 2014

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday - By


Sunday - Closed


Contact Us

Contact Us

Lori Atkins 

Interim Head 

Ph: 361-593-4154

Fax: 361-593-2240

Carmen Martinez

Archival Assistant: Operations / Scheduling / Purchasing

Ph: 361-593-2019

Fax: 361-593-2240

Lori Atkins

Metadata Librarian

Phone: 361-593-4074

Fax: 361-593-2240

Matthew Tallant

Proccessing Archivist

Ph: 361-593-3251

Fax: 361-593-2240

Mailing Address

The South Texas Archives
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
700 University Blvd. MSC 197
Kingsville, TX 78363


Welcome to South Texas and University Archives!

South Texas Archives and the University Archives are located on the third floor of Jernigan Library at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.    South Texas Archives was established to preserve and to make available to the public documentary materials regarding the cultural, geographical, political, and natural history of South Texas.

The University Archives are the official home for Texas A&M University-Kingsville valuable historical documents, collections, photographs, and publications.  The University Archives holds records of the university since its inception in 1925.  South Texas Archives supports the informational needs of the university community and is open to the public, including scholarly researchers and genealogists.




Plan a visit to South Texas Archives at Jernigan Library on the Texas A&M University-Kingsville.  


Quick Links

South Texas Archives Website:  STA was established to preserve and to make available to the public documentary materials regarding the cultural, geographical, political, and natural history of South Texas.South Texas Archives

James C. Jernigan Library Online Catalog:  Oasis is the online catalog  James C. Jernigan Library

Digital Library Repository:  The Digital Repository emphasizes collecting relevant data and supporting materials for digitized and digital born records that are particulary important to the university.  This includes historical records of the university and digitized materials of the South Texas Archives; faculty research, including federally funded research; faculty publications; annual reports and teaching documents.  Library Digital Repository

Conner Museum:  Located on the campus of Texas A&M – Kingsville, the John E. Conner Museum has a history as old as the university itself.  The school’s first History professor, John Edwin Conner (1883-1989), began his collection in 1925 when the university was founded; the John E. Conner Museum was organized four years later in 1929. Since 1976, the Museum has been located in Loftin Hall on the Texas A&M-Kingsville campus, the original student dining hall; evocative of the Spanish missions of the region, it provides a beautiful setting for the museum’s diverse collections.Conner Museum

Theses and Dissertations @ Texas A&M University System:  Dissertations & Theses @ Texas A&M University System 

ProQuest:  This database is the world’s most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world, spanning from 1743 to the present day. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I

Handbook of Texas Online: a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture. Handbook of Texas Online








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