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From World War I French victory figures to grim views of the Nazi regime, these posters demonstrate the power of …
Temple College, formerly Temple Junior College, is one of the oldest two-year colleges in Texas and has played a vital …
First-hand records of land transactions, early ranching, oil and gas exploration, and shortline railroad development in Abilene, Texas, and the …
The McMurry Chieftain is the alumni newsletter from McMurry University in Abilene. The newsletter features information about events at the …
Created in 1958, this institution has grown into an architectural research center of national importance. A unit of the Architecture and Planning Library in the University of Texas Libraries, it supports exploration of the history of the built environment by acquiring and preserving research collections and making them accessible.
The UNT Libraries recently published Through the Lenses of Ray Bankston and Don Shugart, a captivating sample of the extensive collection of prints and negatives held in the Libraries’ Special Collections.
Ray Bankston and Don Shugart were two of the most prolific photographers of American Quarter Horses and horse show events in the South and Southwest during the last four decades of the twentieth century.
Hundreds of years of Texas' cultural heritage exist in the physical holdings of communities across the state. The Portal seeks to digitize originals, preserving and presenting online copies for the long-term. Doing so highlights hidden collections, builds statewide connections, and provides access to you, regardless of the time or your location.
Learners of all ages can use TDNP to stand in the shoes of people from over 180 years ago to the present. Through our newspaper collection, we provide an understanding of the lives of Texans across history and miles.
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"The newspaper digitization project places our library in position to reach out toward the future. By taking a piece of the past and bringing it with us, we are sure to grow and learn, appreciate and respect what was, what is and what will be."Leslie Whitaker, Claude Public Library
The Portal to Texas History periodically offers mini-grants for its Rescuing Texas History series. Each grant provides up to $1,000 of digitization services to libraries, museums, historical societies, and other groups that house historical materials. All of the materials are scanned at UNT Libraries and hosted on the Portal.
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"I collect old Texas photographs. Thanks to the Portal, they can now be viewed by the world."Brad Willis — T. B. Willis Photograph Collection
Last month, we counted 1,542,002 uses of items on the Portal by people all over the world. Many were provided by small communities and funded by the generosity of donors like you.
Information for libraries, museums, schools, historical societies, civic groups, and individuals interested in the digital preservation and sharing of cultural heritage materials on this site.Participate