Our partners include private and family collectors as well as institutions such as libraries, museums, archives, churches, and historical commissions. Each partner's materials add to the richness and scope of content on the Portal.
Benefits of Partnership
Placing materials on The Portal to Texas History is a great way to share your content with audiences around the world. Working with us also means that an electronic copy of your material is digitally preserved in our preservation archive for the long term--peace of mind in case the worst ever happens.
How to Participate
Please visit our Portal Partners page to learn more about partnering, project feasibility, costs, and funding opportunities. We also provide a step-by-step guide to completing your project, and answers to frequently asked questions.
You will work closely with your Portal Contact and the staff of the UNT Libraries' Digital Projects Unit to develop your project. In all cases, you will need to complete the Portal Partnership Agreement and/or the Digital Rights Agreement before we can begin work on your project.
Download Our Graphic
Use our graphic to showcase your partnership with us, to acknowledge support you have received from us, or to write about or promote the Portal. Please do not modify or embellish the graphic.
For newspaper projects, contact:
Coordinator, Digital Newspaper Program
For all other projects, contact:
Project Development Librarian
We are grateful for external funding that continues to help the Portal grow. The Portal to Texas History would not be possible without the generous contributions of these organizations:
|National Endowment for the Humanities
|Amon G. Carter Foundation
|National Historical Publications and Records Commission
|Texas State Library and Archives Commission
|Digital Public Library of America
|Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)
|Ladd & Katherine Hancher Library Foundation
|Texas Jewish Historical Society
|Nelda C. and H. J. Lutcher Stark Foundation