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Harry Annas Archive Finding Aid

This website is part of TARO (Texas Archival Resources Online). The finding aid inventories the first eleven boxes of the Annas archive.


Handbook of Texas Online

An excellent resource for all things Texana, the Handbook of Texas Online provides a brief biography of Annas and a description of the importance of his work.


Center for American History Photograph Archives

Web page for the photograph archives at the Center for American History. The Center for American History houses over four million photographic images spanning the 1840's through the present. The photographs cover a broad range of topics including ranching, the oil and natural gas industry, Mexican-American life in Texas, recreation, railroads, agriculture, domestic life, architecture, entertainment, businness, politics, the Civil Rights movement, Watergate, and conflicts in the Middle East.


Press Release-Fogg Art Museum

This 2003 press release announces the transfer of Annas images from Harvard's Carpenter Center to the Fogg Art Museum, also a part of Harvard University. Accessioned by the Carpenter Center in the late 1970's, the images are now a part of the Fogg's American Professional Photographers Collection. The collection includes Annas images featured in Barbara Norfleet's 1979 work, The Champion Pig. The site contains a link to the main Web page for the Fogg Art Museum.


Lockhart Community Web Page

The official Web page for the community of Lockhart, this site provides information on the history of Lockhart and links to city departments, local events, and the Lockhart Chamber of Commerce.


Center for American History Home Page

The main Web page for the Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin, home of the Harry Annas Photograph Collection. The Center for American History is a special collections library, archive, and museum that facilitates research and sponsors programs on the historical development of the United States. The Center's research strengths are the history of Texas, the South, the Southwest and Rocky Mountain West, the history of U.T., congressional history, and specific national-in-scope topics, including media history and the history of the professional touring entertainment industry.


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