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The University of Texas at Austin

Exhibits



The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History curates, creates, and installs exhibits based on its collections at four of the Briscoe Center's divisions, including the Research and Collections Division on the University of Texas campus; the Sam Rayburn Museum in Bonham; the Briscoe-Garner Museum in Uvalde; and at Winedale Historical Complex, a complex of restored nineteenth-century structures and modern facilities near Round Top, Texas. Exhibitions at these sites have encompassed topics in Texas and Southern history, news media history, civil rights, women’s history, decorative arts, entertainment industry, and Texas music. Exhibits are also shown in other locations in collaboration with galleries and museums. The Briscoe Center has produced more than 200 exhibits since 1981.