Our unmatched collections offer researchers access to primary source materials, unique collections, and rare archival holdings.
Baylor Book Arts Collection
The Baylor Libraries Book Arts Collection began in 2007, with the acquisition of a collection of artists' books by artist Maddy Rosenberg. Since that time, the collection has grown to nearly 1500 works representing numerous artists and presses.
The Baylor University Libraries Athletics Archive contains material related to our proud sports history. Items are drawn from private donors, the libraries of former coaches, institutional partners, and the archival holdings of the university, most notably The Texas Collection.
Texas Maps Collection
Drawn from the extensive cartographic holdings of The Texas Collection, the items in this collection focus primarily on North America and, specifically, Texas.
The Browning Letters
This unparalleled collection of correspondence written by and to the Victorian poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning is a collaborative project with archives around the world.
This online resource centralizes items from multiple collections to highlight the contributions of women and to offer convenient searching to researchers in the areas of women's and gender studies across all disciplines.