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copyright Will van Overbeek
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The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets is the perfect photographic subject.
You could not ask for more than buff youngsters acting out their militaristic fantasy life.
Copyright Will van Overbeek
The fish get very excited during the final seconds of a close game.
Hazing is not allowed at A&M, this is Physical training.
Catching butterflies (see above)
"Quadding" , a birthday celebration
"Cush Race" winner
Taken to the "Grode Hole"
"The Corps welcomed their first female members in 1974"
These pictures are excerpted from my book Aggies, Life in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M (1982 Texas Monthly Press). The book grew out of an article which I had originally proposed to Texas Monthly Magazine.
The original silver prints from which the book was printed are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, prints can also be found in the collections of the Harry Ransom Center and the Briscoe Center for American History in Austin.