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Digital Media Repository

The Briscoe Center's Digital Media Repository (DMR) is an online database of items digitized from Briscoe Center collections, including documents, photographs, sound recordings, and moving images.

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Many of the items in the digital collections belong to an archival collection. Below you can browse through these collections and their digitized contents.

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Hickman (R.C.) Photographic Archive Comprised of Hickman's photographic work for newspapers, magazines, and the NAACP, the archive documents the social history of African Americans in Dallas, ca. 1940s - 1960s.
Hoertel (Bruce) Photographic Archive The photographic archive covers Hoertel's work from the 1940s to the late 1980s and includes Washington politics, news stories, celebrities and the presidencies from Truman to Reagan.
Johnson (Cynthia) Photographic Archive The Johnson archive consists of images in various formats and focuses on American politics, especially American presidents, their meetings, travels, candidacies, and staff.
Lee (Russell) Photograph Collection The collection includes a study of Spanish-speaking people of Texas (1949-1952), Texas senator Ralph Yarborough's campaigns, and other documentation of Texas and the southwest.
Littlejohn (Calvin) Photographic Archive Archive consists of Littlejohn's Fort Worth-based work, including studio portraits, social gatherings, church services, and other images of the African-American experience in North Texas.
McNamee (Wally) Photographic Archive The McNamee archive consists of images documenting the White House and Washington politics, as well as a wide variety of other occasions ranging from the Vietnam War to sporting events.
Natchez Trace Collections Series of collections, such as the Small Manuscripts Collection, the Sheet Music Collection, and Photograph Collection, which document the Lower Mississippi Valley from 1760 to 1920s.
Oral History of the Texas Oil Industry Records Sound recordings include oral reminiscences of pioneers of the early Texas oil fields and oil booms: roughnecks, driller, promoters, financiers, contractors, lease-men, law officers.
Parsons (Edward Alexander) Collection Digitized from microfilm copies, this manuscript collection primarily documents the Louisiana area in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Perkins (Lucian) Photographic Archive The collection consists of 35mm color and black and white negatives, medium format transparencies, and contact sheets, which document Perkins' 27 years at The Washington Post and his fashion photography.