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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.

Morley Safer In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Morley Safer

The Briscoe Center is deeply saddened by news of the death of Morley Safer at the age of 84. Safer was a legendary correspondent for CBS News, where he spent the majority of his 61 years in journalism.

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.

Ian McLagan Collection Donated to the Briscoe Center

Ian McLagan Collection Donated to the Briscoe Center

Ian McLagan was best known for playing keyboards for the Small Faces (later the Faces), part of the first wave of British rock acts to break into the American mainstream in the 1960s.

The George Tames Photographic Archive

The George Tames Photographic Archive

During a 40-year period, George Tames photographed 10 presidents (from Franklin D. Roosevelt to George H. W. Bush), many members of Congress, and international statesmen including British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev.

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.