Austin History Center

Beginning in 1955 as 2 drawers of vertical files in the Austin Public Library’s Reference Department, the Austin History Center provides the public with information about the history, current events, and activities of Austin and Travis County and also serves as the City of Austin archives. The collection includes over 3000 feet of archives and manuscripts, over 1 million photographic …

AISD Archives

The Austin ISD Archive, located at the Library Media Center, is an eclectic set of primary-source materials documenting the development and history of the school district itself. The collection includes newsletters, staff directories, curriculum, photographs, and other materials created and used by faculty, staff, and students over the course of the 135 year history of Austin Independent School District schools.

Bastrop County Historical Society

Bastrop County history is Texas history. The 14,000+ archives in our collection include documents, photos, maps and artifacts that date back to the 1820’s and up through World War II and the building of Camp Swift.

Baylor Libraries

The Baylor University Libraries support excellence in teaching and learning, enhance research and discovery, and foster scholarship and success by providing academic life centers, scholarly resources, and technological innovation. Our special collections foster scholarship in the areas of Texas and Baylor history, the work of the Brownings and other nineteenth century Victorian writers, Texas legislative processes and history, and religious …

Cushing Memorial Library & Archives

Cushing Memorial Library & Archives is the special collections and rare books library for Texas A&M University. Cushing collects in a number of areas, including Texas history, US military history, Maps, the history of printing, Africana Studies, Women and Gender Studies, University Archives, and Literature. Two of our most famed collections include our Colonial Mexico Collection and our Science Fiction …

Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History is a leading history research center and part of the University of Texas. Its collections are vast, with significant holdings on Texas history (indeed, the collection began as the Eugene Barker Texas History Center, and many still call it the Barker Center), political history, southern history, American energy history, civil rights and social justice, news media, mathematics, and military history. …

George Washington Carver Genealogy Center

The Genealogy Center is an extension of the Carver Museum and Cultural Center and acts as a public resource for learning about family history. The Center provides access to genealogical information such as databases, genealogy classes and monthly seminars.

Huston-Tillotson University Archives

TThe Huston-Tillotson University Archives mission is to document the academic, administrative, social, and cultural history of Huston-Tillotson University by collecting, preserving, and providing access to materials of permanent historical value. The archives contains a wide variety of unique materials, including presidential papers, photographs, yearbooks, administrative records, scrapbooks, audiovisual materials, and campus publications. The collections include records dating from the 1870s …

The South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

The South Austin Museum of Popular culture (SouthPop) collects, conserves, and exhibits vintage posters and live music ephemera from the 1960s through today to educate future generations on the rich and unique culture that makes Austin the Live Music Capital of the World. We host a rotating schedule of exhibits and a number of free live concerts that feature Austin …

Texas Archive of the Moving Image

The Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization working to discover, preserve, provide access to, and educate the community about Texas’ film heritage. TAMI’s ever-growing online collection includes home movies, amateur films, advertisements, local television, industrial and corporate productions, as well as Hollywood and internationally produced moving images of Texas. TAMI’s educational programs promote the sharing of Texas moving images via screenings, …

TXDOT Photo Library

The TxDOT Photo Library collection holdings include 100 years of archived department photographs, current digital staff photography of Texas travel and tourist destinations, and many department publications from 1917 to the present.

Texas General Land Office Archives and Records

The Archives of the Texas General Land Office was established in 1837, begun by the Land Office’s first commissioner, John P. Borden, whose first order of business was to gather and consolidate land records that were held by many disparate entities and individuals. Its collection consists of land grant records and maps dating to the 18th century that detail the passage of Texas public lands to …