Charles H. Alvord Papers

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Charles H. Alvord Papers


  • 1909-1911; undated (Creation)


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Charles H. Alvord was born in Michigan on October 16, 1872. He eventually moved to Texas where he had a major influence at A&M College. His positions held at A&M include Assistant Professor of Agriculture from September 15, 1899, to July 1, 1902. He retired from A&M in 1945 and was appointed to a position in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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This collection contains papers dealing with agricultural topics at the A&M College of Texas during Alvord's service from 1899-1945, along with a picture of the first General Agricultural and Livestock Train in Texas (1910).

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  • English

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