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Renovation work at the Briscoe Center

Renovation Work at the Briscoe Center

In 2016, the Briscoe Center will undergo the renovation of its public service space in Sid Richardson Hall Unit 2.

Charles Moore Photographic Archive

Photographer's Archive Captures Iconic Moments of Civil Rights Movement

The Briscoe Center for American History has acquired the archive of Charles Moore, an acclaimed photographer of the civil rights movement, who captured some of the most compelling images of the 1950s and 1960s.

Littlefield Archivist

The Clyde R. Littlefield Archivist in Texas and University History

Citing his strong interest in Texas history, especially the history of The University of Texas, Austin businessman Clyde Rabb Littlefield has announced a significant bequest to establish an endowment to create an archival position in Texas and university history at the Briscoe Center for American History.

UT Press Publishes Leifer's Relentless

University of Texas Press Publishes Leifer's Relentless

Renowned sports photographer and Briscoe donor Neil Leifer's new book, Relentless, is published by the University of Texas Press as part of the Briscoe Center's "Focus on American History" series.

Vietnam: Evidence of War now on display at the LBJ Presidential Library

Vietnam: Evidence of War now on display at the LBJ Presidential Library

The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin proudly presents the exhibit Vietnam: Evidence of War, on display at the LBJ Presidential Library from April 1, 2016 until July 31, 2016.

Software Preservation Network

Briscoe Center Helping Spearhead Software Preservation Network

Along with California Polytechnic State University, the Briscoe Center is spearheading a national project to ensure that obsolete software programs and files can continue to be accessed.