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Digital Media Repository

The Briscoe Center's Digital Media Repository (DMR) is an online database of items digitized from Briscoe Center collections, including documents, photographs, sound recordings, and moving images.

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Many of the items in the digital collections belong to an archival collection. Below you can browse through these collections and their digitized contents.

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Pierce (Abel Head "Shanghai") Papers The papers consist of manuscript records (much of it recorded on ornate letterhead) of Pierce, a prominent rancher and cattleman in the late 19th century.
Pope (Lawrence C.) Collection The collection primarily documents Pope's 21 years in prison and his legal battles with the Texas Department of Corrections. It includes a lengthy oral history of Pope's life.
Roberts (Bruce) Photographic Archive The Roberts archive chronicles the Southern experience during the early Civil Rights years through the 1960s and 1970s when such social programs as Head Start and VISTA emerged.
Runyon (Robert) Photograph Collection The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection offers a unique visual resource documenting the Lower Rio Grande Valley during the early 1900s, including the Mexican Revolution and WWI.
Schulke (Flip) Photographic Archive Photographed by one of America's premier photojournalists, the Flip Schulke Photograph Archive includes images of the civil rights movement, underwater photography, auto racing, the space program and the history of the Berlin Wall.
Texas Poster Art Collection The Texas Poster Art Collection represents the work of over thirty graphic artists whose posters document the music scene in Austin from 1966 to the present.
Turner (Allan) Collection Audiocassettes and audio CDs contain Turner's oral history interviews and musical recordings with musicians, writers, and other assorted individuals from Texas and the South.
UT Folklore Center Archives Established in 1957, the UT Folklore Center collected recordings by folklorists such as John A. Lomax, William A. Owens, John Henry Faulk, and Americo Paredes.
image detail from (UT Texas Memorial Museum Collection)
 
UT Texas Memorial Museum Collection Artifacts from early Texas history transferred from the Texas Memorial Museum, including a pistol belonging to Sam Houston and a necklace worn by Stephen F. Austin's sister.
Verkin Photo Company Collection Consists of photographs taken by the Verkin Photo Company in Galveston, Texas.