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Anna Mariá Canales was the first assistant artist employed at the Falcon Foundry Studio in Ricardo, Texas by Roberto Garcia Jr., the artist of the bronze Dr. Hector P. Garcia statue now standing in the Garcia Plaza at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Her photographs document the step by step process of the creation of the sculpture and of the groundbreaking ceremony in 1995.
Dr. John “Wes” Tunnell, a Coastal Bend native, was a distinguished marine ecologist, writer teacher and early faculty member at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi whose work helped to shape the lives of countless students and colleagues as well as the campus he called home. A Professor of Biology his work focused primarily on coral reef ecosystems. He started the now distinguished marine biology program, founded the Center for Coastal Studies at TAMU-CC, the first dedicated research...
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Identifier: Coll -266
Freddie Martinez founded “Freddie Records” in November 1969. Over the years he won six Grammy Awards. In 2019 he celebrated his record label’s 50th anniversary. His collection contains documents, articles, photos, and his music which tells the story of his career as an artist and the history of Freddie Records and Tejano Music.
- Subject: Corpus Christi (Tex.)
- Names: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi