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The George Crile III Papers

The George Crile III Papers

The Briscoe Center has acquired the papers of the late George Crile III, a renowned television reporter who specialized in dangerous and difficult assignments.

The Pioneers Who Changed TV News

The Pioneers Who Changed TV News

The Briscoe Center proudly presents The Pioneers Who Changed TV News, an exhibit on the evolution of news media that focuses on the pathbreaking show 60 Minutes.

1968: American Watershed

1968: American Watershed

The events of 1968 left a deep imprint on the American psyche. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of those events, the center will share documents, photographs, reflections, and other archival material related to 1968.

The Robert Freson Photographic Archive

The Robert Freson Photographic Archive

The Briscoe Center has acquired the photographic archive of Robert Freson, a student of Irving Penn whose images appeared in New York Times Magazine, Vogue, and National Geographic.

Briscoe Center Acquires The D Gorton Photographic Archive

D Gorton worked as a White House photographer for the New York Times during the 1970s and '80s. Later he became an important photographer in the film and music industry. His work on the "white South" in 1968-9 was the recent subject of a New York Times feature.

Aeon and the Briscoe Reading Room

Aeon and the Briscoe Reading Room

The Briscoe Center is pleased to announce our implementation of Aeon, a new online system that will be used by patrons both at home and in the center's reading room.