Monthly Archives: August 2015

Research Ready: August 2015

In this month’s Research Ready, learn about a Texas archaeologist, the Baylor Round Table, a Texas journalist, and a German-American philosopher! Continue reading

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What I Did This Summer: Graduate Student Projects at The Texas Collection, Part 1

This summer, The Texas Collection was fortunate to have four graduate students working with our staff and in our collections. As the summer comes to a close, we asked them to share a little about their projects and what they … Continue reading

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Lifting the Veil: The Ceramic Legacy of Harding Black

The Texas Collection is hosting a special exhibit of ceramic works by Harding Black, one of the pioneers of the American studio ceramics movement, from August 14-October 14. Learn more about the “Dean of Texas Ceramics” in our blog post and in our reading room! Continue reading

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Texas over Time: Congress Avenue, Austin

Watch Austin’s Congress Avenue go from a dirt road to a modern thoroughfare in seconds in our latest Texas over Time GIF. Continue reading

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Research Ready: July 2015

In this month’s finding aids, you can discover the papers of Baylor President Samuel Palmer Brooks, as well as materials from Baptist missionaries in Uruguay and the Middle East. Continue reading

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