Category:Center for American History (University of Texas at Austin)
English: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History is an organized research unit and public service component of The University of Texas at Austin named for Dolph Briscoe, the 41st Governor of Texas. The Center collects and preserves documents and artifacts of key themes in Texas and United States history and makes the items available to researchers. The Center also has permanent, touring, and online exhibits available to the public. The Center has five divisions: Research and Collections, the Military History Institute, the Sam Rayburn Museum, the Briscoe-Garner Museum (in the John Nance Garner House), and the Winedale Inn Complex.
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► John Nance Garner House (5 F)
Media in category "Center for American History (University of Texas at Austin)"
The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total.
- Arno nowotny building.jpg 1.84 MB
- Center american history 2012.jpg 1.54 MB
- Old map-Austin-1873-sm.jpg 5.64 MB
- Old map-Austin-1873.jpg 10.44 MB
- Old map-Belton-1881.jpg 10.25 MB
- Old map-Brenham-1873.jpg 10.48 MB
- Old map-Galveston-1871.jpg 12.33 MB
- Old map-Houston-1873.jpg 17.95 MB
- Old map-San Antonio-1873.jpg 15.55 MB
- Winedale inn complex 2008.jpg 2.76 MB