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University History: Campus Art: Fighting Stallions

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Fighting Stallions, by Anna Hyatt Huntington

There are many stories to tell about the Stallions.  The artist, Anna Hyatt Huntington, wanted to gift the stallions to the college. The correspondence included in the documents section details the gift and the logistics of getting the casting to San Marcos. The base of the stallions was crafted by none other than local artist Buck Winn, who incorporated historic limestone and landscaping into the original base.

When the quad was undergoing some construction in the 1980s, the statue was put in storage, then moved to a new location with a new base.

 

 

 

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University Archives

Alkek Library, Room 580

 

Research by appointment

Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm

 

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The University Archives is physically located on the 5th floor of the Alkek Library.  Research appointments at Alkek or the ARC are generally available Monday through Friday between 7:30am and 4:30pm (excluding holidays and energy conservation days). 

 

Research appointments are required to allow time for retrieval of offsite materials, to reserve research space, and to allow staff to sanitize the space between researchers.  Walk-in assistance is dependent on staff and space availability, as researchers with appointments are given priority.  Masks are encouraged while in the Alkek Library and in the University Archives. 

 

For questions or assistance, please Ask an Archivist.

    

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