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In Memoriam: Howard Richards

In Memoriam: Howard N. Richards, 1934–2015

The Briscoe Center for American History mourns the death of Howard N. Richards, a former member of the University of Texas Board of Regents and the Briscoe Center's Advisory Council. (more)

Dolph Briscoe exhibit open at Briscoe-Garner museum

Dolph Briscoe exhibit opens at Briscoe-Garner Museum

A new exhibition exploring the legacy of Dolph Briscoe opens at the Briscoe-Garner Museum on April 25. (more)

Governor Bill Richardson Papers

Statesman and Governor Bill Richardson Donates Papers to the Briscoe Center

Bill Richardson, a former congressman, ambassador, Cabinet secretary and New Mexico governor, has donated his professional and political papers to the Briscoe Center. (more)

From FDR to JFK Exhibit

From FDR to JFK

The Briscoe Center proudly presents From FDR to JFK: Presidential Photographs from the Briscoe Center. The exhibit will be on display at the Sam Rayburn Museum, a division of the Briscoe Center, from March 11, 2015, to July 18, 2015. (more)

Briscoe Center Acquires the StudioEIS Archive

Briscoe Center Acquires the StudioEIS Archive

The Briscoe Center has acquired the archives of StudioEIS, an internationally renowned sculpture design studio. StudioEIS has produced more historical sculptures than any studio in the United States. (more)

Willie Nelson: Texas Icon

Sounds Like Texas Music Exhibit Now Open on Campus

The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin proudly presents Sounds Like Texas, now on display at the Briscoe Center's Research and Collections division on the east side of the UT Austin campus. (more)

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