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 This digital collection contains over one hundred posters that illuminate the lived experience of the war from the point of view of its participants and observers worldwide
Lonesome Dove, a new traveling exhibition created by the Wittliff Collections at the Alkek Library, Texas State University, and presented in partnership with Humanities Texas features fifty-five framed and matted sepia tone photographs of the Lonesome Dove miniseries, which first aired on CBS in 1989. This miniseries is based off Lonesome Dove- Larry McMurty’s epic novel of two...
 This exhibition combines photographs taken of farmers and families by the Farm Security Administration during the dustbowl with compelling interviews taken by Bill Ganzel with survivors to discuss the daily lives, trials, and tribulations these men and women faced during the Dust Bowl.The Dust Bowl is an exhibition organized by the Nebraska Council for the Humanities in collaboration with Humanities...
 Changing the Face of Power: Women in the U.S. Senate, which opened at the Smithsonian Institution in 2003, includes informative text provided by the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. Veteran White House journalist Helen Thomas conducted interviews with ten of the senators, which have been distilled into two audio presentations. A photography-based video presentation...
Vaquero: Genesis of the Texas Cowboy features photographs with bilingual narrative text that reveal the muscle, sweat, and drama that went into roping a calf in thick brush or breaking a wild horse in the saddle. This exhibition is available in wall-hanging and abridged freestanding versions. Vaquero is an exhibition created by the Wittliff Collections at the Alkek Library, Texas State University...
A traveling photo exhibition that uses real photos from early Texas settles to examine the daily struggles and development of Texan community and lifestyles.  The Way Things Were is an exhibition by Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. This exhibition is available for rental with current bookings shown on the link below.
Based on an exhibition organized by the Amon Carter Museum and The University of Texas at Arlington Library, this Humanities Texas traveling exhibition spans the mapmaking enterprise, beginning with the earliest known map to show the Texas edge of the Gulf (1512) and ending with an 1873 map of Texas showing the right of way granted to railroads. This exhibition is available for rent, with current bookings...
Based on the book Citizens at Last: The Woman Suffrage Movement in Texas and on an earlier exhibition of the same name by the Woman's Collection at Texas Woman's University Library, this freestanding exhibition uses archival photographs, newspaper clippings, cartoons, cards, and texts to display the struggle for woman suffrage in Texas. Citizens at Last is made possible in part by a We the...
Alamo Images: Changing Perceptions of a Texas Experience surveys the Alamo of the Texas imagination through illustrations drawn from historical documents, paintings, sketches, cartoons, comic books, television, and film. Alamo Images focuses, not merely on Texas history, but on the mythic power of events that helped define a community, state, and nation.This exhibition is organized by the...
Through twenty panels of photographic images and captions, Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence presents an expanded look at these fifty-nine extraordinary men who brought modern Texas into being. Signers is an exhibition by Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.This exhibition is available for rental with current bookings shown at the link...
American Prisoners of War" includes compelling firsthand narratives from World War II POWs Robert Preston Taylor, Rufus W. Smith, and Roy Maxwell Offerle; World War I POW Pat O'Brien; Vietnam War POW Congressman Sam Johnson; and Andersonville prisoner Prescott Tracy, as well as resources on American prisoners of the Korean War and a selection of POW-related film and radio documentaries. Most of the veterans featured...
Wilderness and Wildflowers: The Legacy of Lady Bird Johnson is an exhibition created by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center to honor the former first lady and celebrate the centennial year of her birth. Now available through the Humanities Texas traveling exhibitions program, Wilderness and Wildflowers highlights Mrs. Johnson's adventurous spirit and deep commitment to the preservation and beautification of the...
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are sharing “Oveta Culp Hobby” from American Heroines: The Spirited Women Who Shaped Our Countryby Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. Copyright © 2004 by Kay Bailey Hutchison. Courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers. 
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