Baylor University

This statue of Judge Baylor is at the front of Founder's Mall in the heart of campus.
Judge R. E. B. Baylor
In 1892, Baylor University had two main buildings, Old Main and Burleson Hall
Burleson Quadrangle in the early 1900s
Kenneth Winston Starr was President of Baylor from 2010 to 2016.
Baylor Law School on the Brazos River
Pat Neff Hall houses the office of the university's president and others
The sign inscribed Baylor's Student Union Building (SUB)
Student choirs and orchestras performing the 1812 Overture on Fountain Mall for the 2009 President's Concert.
Phi Kappa Chi and Chi Omega performing at Baylor University's 2011 All-University Sing
Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Alpha Order participate in Baylor University's 2018 Homecoming Parade.
The pool in the Student Life Center (SLC)
Members of The NoZe Brotherhood in 2002
Baylor University's Air Force ROTC program celebrated 65 years in 2013.
Baylor Sciences Building
The interior of the Baylor Sciences Building
Burleson Quadrangle
McLane Stadium
The Baylor Line on the field of a home football game
The Immortal Ten Memorial
Willie Nelson attended Baylor
Mark Hurd
David Crowder
Robert Griffin III
Jeff Dunham
Trey Wingo
Brittney Griner
Robert Fulghum
Gary W. Keller
Michael Johnson
Ann Richards
Pat Neff in the Spring, named for the former governor of Texas, Texas Railroad Commission member, and president of Baylor
Bill Daniel Student Center from the side
Bill Daniel Student Center during Christmas
Tidwell Bible Building at Baylor University in Waco, Texas
Tidwell Bible Building
Truett Seminary
Mayborn Museum
Old Main and Pat Neff Hall
Pat Neff Hall looking west
Statue of Judge Baylor
Another view of Burleson Quadrangle
Baylor Science Building
McLane Stadium interior facing south
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Private research university in Waco, Texas.

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Baylor Bears

Big 12 logo in Baylor's colors
Baylor vs. Texas in 2006
The Immortal Ten Memorial

The Baylor Bears are the athletic teams that represent Baylor University.

Waco, Texas

County seat of McLennan County, Texas, United States.

Waco in 1886
Suspension Bridge, Waco, Texas
The Dr Pepper Museum is one of Waco's tourist attractions.
Washington Avenue Bridge (postcard, c. 1908), built in 1902, it was the longest single-span steel bridge in the world.
Alamo Plaza Courts, tourist apartments, Waco c. 1939
The Mount Carmel Center burning on April 19, 1993
Lake Waco – southern half of the lake with State Highway 6 Twin Bridges in view
McLennan County Courthouse
Aerial view of downtown Waco in 2009; Brazos River to the left and campus of Baylor University in the upper right
Waco's 22-story ALICO building
The Waco Suspension Bridge
The Magnolia Market in Waco
Pat Neff Hall Administration Building, Baylor University
Rufus Columbus Burleson statue in front of Burleson Quadrangle at Baylor University
Extraco Events Center in Waco (formerly the Heart O' Texas Coliseum)
Downtown Waco as seen from Interstate 35

In 1845, Baylor University was founded in Independence, Texas.

Big 12 Conference

College athletic conference headquartered in Irving, Texas, USA.

The eight members of the former Big Eight Conference joined with the Southwest Conference universities University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M University, Baylor University and Texas Tech University to form the conference, with play beginning in 1996.

Interstate 35 in Texas

Major north–south Interstate Highway running from Laredo near the Mexican border to the Red River north of Gainesville where it crosses into Oklahoma.

I-35 as an elevated freeway as it runs concurrently with I-10 on the western end of Downtown San Antonio
Signage for northbound I-35 motorists as the highway prepares to split near Hillsboro
Most of I-35 was built along existing roadways, as shown on this 1919 State Highway map. The actual location of I-35 is added as a yellow overlay.

It passes just to the west of the Baylor University campus and crosses the Brazos River adjacent to McLane Stadium, the new home of Baylor Bears football.

Baylor College of Medicine

Private, independent health sciences center in Houston, Texas within the Texas Medical Center, the world's largest medical center.

Confederate veteran Samuel Hollingsworth Stout, co-founder and founding dean in 1902–1903.
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM)

In 1903, an alliance with Baylor University in Waco was formed and the name was changed to Baylor University College of Medicine.

Ken Starr

American lawyer who served as a United States circuit judge and 39th solicitor general of the United States.

Official portrait, 2007
Starr with Brett Kavanaugh and Alex Azar in the 1990s
Starr testifying before the House Judiciary Committee in November 1998
Starr in December 2019

He was later the president and chancellor of Baylor University in Waco, Texas, from June 2010 until May 2016, and was the Louise L. Morrison chair of constitutional law at Baylor Law School.

University of Mary Hardin–Baylor

Private Christian university in Belton, Texas.

The Parker Academic Center at UMHB opened in 2002.
The Mayborn Campus Center is named for its benefactor, the late Temple Daily Telegram publisher, Frank Mayborn
Tim Walker charges towards the end zone on a punt return against Linfield in the NCAA Div III Championship Game
UMHB entrance sign
Luther Memorial
Burt Pond
UMHB's W. W. Walton Chapel
Townsend Memorial Library
Sanderford Hall, the UMHB administration building
Paul and Jane Meyer Christian Studies Center
Wells Nursing and Science Hall
York Science Center
Presser Hall (established 1929) houses the university music department and the Hughes Recital Hall.

UMHB was chartered by the Republic of Texas in 1845 as Baylor Female College, the female department of what is now Baylor University.

Lawrence Sullivan Ross

The 19th governor of Texas, a Confederate States Army general during the American Civil War, and the seventh president of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, now called Texas A&M University.

Pease Ross
Sul Ross in uniform in the 1860s
Confederate dead lay gathered at the bottom of the parapet of Battery Robinett on the day after the Battle of Corinth.
Ross presided over the dedication of the Texas State Capitol building. He also served in the legislative session that approved the building's construction.
Ross was the first president of Texas AMC to live in this newly erected home.
Sul Ross Statue at Texas A&M

Ross attended Baylor University (then located in Independence, Texas) and Wesleyan University in Florence, Alabama.

Brazos River

11th-longest river in the United States at 2060 km from its headwater source at the head of Blackwater Draw, Roosevelt County, New Mexico to its mouth at the Gulf of Mexico with a 116,000 km2 drainage basin.

An advertisement for the steamboat Yellow Stone, December 1836. Packet service between Quintana and Washington, Republic of Texas.
North Fork Double Mountain Fork Brazos River at the edge of the Llano Estacado
Salt Fork Brazos River in Kent County, Texas
Double Mountain Fork Brazos River north of Rotan, Texas.
Double Mountain Fork Brazos River at the site of former Rath City, Texas
The Brazos in north Central Texas
The Brazos in southeast Central Texas west of Bryan, Texas

Today major Texas institutions such as Texas Tech University, Baylor University, and Texas A&M University are located close to the river's basin, as are parts of metropolitan Houston.

Lyndon B. Johnson

American politician who served as the 36th president of the United States from 1963 to 1969.

Oval Office photo, 1964
Seven-year-old Johnson with his trademark cowboy hat, c. 1915.
Johnson's boyhood home in Johnson City, Texas
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Governor James V. Allred of Texas, and Johnson, 1937. Johnson later used an edited version of this photo, with Allred airbrushed out, in his 1941 senatorial campaign.
LCDR Johnson, March 1942
Johnson as U.S. senator from Texas
Senate Desk X, used by all Democratic leaders, including Johnson, since Joseph Taylor Robinson
Johnson giving "The Treatment" to Senator Richard Russell in 1963, shortly after becoming president.
President Kennedy and Vice President Johnson outside the White House prior to a ceremony
Vice President Johnson and Attorney General Robert Kennedy meeting with civil rights leaders at the White House on June 22, 1963.
Opening Day of the 1961 baseball season. President Kennedy throws out the first ball at Griffith Stadium, the home field of the Washington Senators, as LBJ and Hubert Humphrey look on.
Vice President Johnson visiting Finland in September 1963; here seen with Mrs. Johnson, while Urho Kekkonen, the President of Finland, welcomes them.
LBJ is sworn in on Air Force One by Judge Sarah Hughes as Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Kennedy look on.
Meeting with civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr. (left), Whitney Young, and James Farmer in the Oval Office in 1964
President Lyndon Johnson (left), alongside Illinois AFL-CIO President Reuben Soderstrom (center) and Vice President Stanley Johnson (right), speaks to the delegates of the 1964 Illinois AFL-CIO convention.
1964 presidential election results
President Lyndon B. Johnson, Martin Luther King Jr., and Rosa Parks at the signing of the Voting Rights Act on August 6, 1965
President Johnson signs the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 as Sen. Edward Kennedy, Sen. Robert Kennedy, and others look on
Former president Truman and wife Bess at Medicare Bill signing in 1965, as Lady Bird and Hubert Humphrey look on
Former President Lyndon B. Johnson (center left) and Vice President Spiro Agnew (center right) witness the liftoff of Apollo 11.
Aftermath from a race riot in Washington D.C., April 1968
Lady Bird Johnson and LBJ with Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos on September 12, 1966
Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Queen Farah Pahlavi with the Johnsons on their visit to the United States
Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and General Westmoreland in Vietnam 1965
Awarding a medal to a U.S. soldier during a visit to Vietnam in 1966
Philippines President Marcos hosting the leaders of SEATO nations during the Manila Conference on the Vietnam War
Johnson greeting a crowd, 1966
Johnson talking with his Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, 1967
Vietnam War protestors march at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. on October 21, 1967. Support for the war was dropping and the anti-Vietnam War movement strengthened.
Walt Whitman Rostow shows President Lyndon B. Johnson a model of the Khe Sanh area in February 1968
Tens of thousands of civilians were killed during the American bombing of North Vietnam in Operation Rolling Thunder.
Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin (left) next to Johnson during the Glassboro Summit Conference
Countries visited by Johnson during his presidency
President Johnson meets with Republican candidate Richard Nixon in the White House, July 1968.
Johnson in the Oval Office in 1969, a few days before Richard Nixon's inauguration
With the appointment of Thurgood Marshall, Johnson placed the first African American on the Supreme Court.
Johnson with longer hair during an interview in August 1972, five months before his death
Johnson wearing a cowboy hat at his ranch in Texas, 1972
Johnson's grave
Johnson lying in state in the United States Capitol rotunda
Johnson's image as it appears in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Johnson with his family in the Yellow Oval Room, Christmas 1968
Front view of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum located on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin, Texas
Entrance to the Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac

Baines was also the president of Baylor University during the American Civil War.