The Thomas L. Dynneson Archive is now established in the library at The University of Texas of the Permian Basin. The archive contains the professional records, materials, publications, letters, documents, and correspondence related to the professional work of Professor Dynneson. The archive was established for the use of students, scholars, and interested persons who would be interested in the professional work of Professor Dynneson as it related to his articles, books, commentaries, letters, etc. during the course of his professional life. The archive contains year-by-year files of his professorship as founding member of the faculty of The University, his books, his library books, chapters, short books, and nearly one hundred and twenty articles. In addition, the archive contains many letters and communications with scholars and important political leaders. Because Professor Dynneson continues his research and writing, the archive is considered a work in progress and will contine to develop in the future. The research interest of Professor Dynneson include education (social studies), anthropology (Precollegiate anthropology), Citizenship Education, Civism, Ancient history, European history, Greek history, Roman History, etc.