In 1986, the College Station City Council instituted the Historic Preservation Committee to aid in the collection and preservation of the history of College Station and its environs and to provide for the education of citizens on our history. As a way of preserving local history through Project HOLD -- or Historic Online Library Database -- historical documents are brought in by citizens and scanned into an online database that is accessible to the general public. Click below to access Project HOLD archives:
Content within these archives is copyright-free for use by the public. If content is to be published or displayed outside of this database, please attribute to: City of College Station Project HOLD, historic online library database.
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We encourage all citizens to become involved in historic preservation so that together we may promote an appreciation of our heritage, culture, future and past. View other local collections below.
To learn more, click the "Archives" link above, then go to -- Education-College > Texas A&M University > Campus Life > Aggie War Hymn Recording.
To make an appointment, scan documents or photographs, volunteer, or learn more about Project HOLD, call 979.764.3491 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Other Local History Collections