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This exhibit features over 40 original posters, uniforms, and restored trucks commemorating America's role in the Great War. The exhibit's main feature of attraction is its presentation of the only operational FT-17 Renault tank in North America. It will be on display at the Museum of the American G.I. until January 2019
This exhibit showcases artifacts examining the before, during, and after lives of various soldiers, marines, sailors, and nurses from the Panhandle-Plains region who served in the "Great War" It will be on display in the Harrington Changing Gallery in the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum until Decmber 30th, 2017.
This exhibit commorates African Americans from East Texas who fought in the trenches at "No Man's Land" on the western front of Belgium and France during WWI. It will be on display at the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston until December 30th.
This exhibit commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Camp Logan Mutiny of 1917. It will be on display at the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston, Texas until November 30th.
This exhibit showcases the mobilization efforts made in North Texas during WWI and how the Great War impacts their communities then and continues to impact them today. It will be on display throughout the Ft. Worth Central Library from July 9th to October 19th, 2017.
This online museum resource provides a detailed history and account of the Texas National Guard's involvement in the 36th Division of America's troops serving in WWI.
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 exhibit covers the history of Texas brewing from the 1840s to today offering interactive content highlighting the state’s earliest breweries, the impact of prohibition, Texas beer memorabilia, home brewing, and today’s rich tapestry of modern craft breweries. This exhibit is guest-curated by longtime journalist and beer writer Travis E. Poling who offers a statewide view of the role beer has played in shaping...
The Bullock Texas State History Museum is a proud partner of Blue Star Museums, a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums across America.From Memorial Day, May 29, through Labor Day, September 4, 2017 the Bullock Museum will offer free admission to the nation’s active...
Pong to Pokémon: The Evolution of Electronic Gaming explores the past and future of electronic gaming through the player's experience. In living rooms and arcades, on the internet and mobile devices across the globe, players of electronic games continue to influence the astounding success of an ever-growing industry.Visitors will discover the scope and impact of the electronic gaming industry as a cultural and...
Created by the National Constitution Center, American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition is the first comprehensive exhibition about America’s most colorful and complex constitutional hiccup.American Spirits brings the Prohibition era vividly to life through over 100 rare artifacts including flapper dresses, temperance propaganda, a 1927 Ford Model T coupe, and original ratification copies of the 18th and...
 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...
An art exhibit produced by San Antonio youth sponsored by the San Antonio Parks and Recreation department.  Using audio, video, photography and other creative mediums these youths explore their own identities and their own relationship with Texas, their city and the rest of the world. This exhibit will be hosted at the UTSA Institute of Texas Cultures from June 24 2017 to October 29 2017 in San Antonio,...
This exhibit at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art highlights the relationship between the natural world and the environment by exploring the terminology behind nature through the use of photographs, Native American cultures, and other visual art forms. This exhibit runs from July 15 – December 10 at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas.
This exhibit, a compilation of original projects produced and curated by University of Houston Honors College Students, examines The Great Migration of African Americans out of the south following the end of World War I.  This exhibit examines the movement from a variety of perspectives as well as its impact on the city of Houston. This exhibit will run from July 5 2017 to August 18 2017 at The Heritage...
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...
This exhibit (sponsored by the Department of Animal Sciences at Texas A&M University) celebrates the historic ranches of Texas and their ability to adapt through changing natural and business environments. The commitment and innovation of the families who built these ranches have helped them to preserve their legacies. It also highlights the legacies of ranching and examines the role the livestock...
Deep in the Vaults of Texas: A Campus Collaboration brings together diverse artifacts from archives, museums, and repositories across The University of Texas at Austin campus. Displayed at the LBJ Presidential Library, the exhibit showcases items from a wide range of time periods and locations and underscores the richness and depth of the university’s holdings – from early Texas arrowheads to Renaissance paintings...
Texas Tech University, with the generous support of the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission, have constructed an educational digital tool that introduces Texas high school students to the story of the Holocaust, that honors the heroism of our Texas soldiers who fought in WWII, but that also continues the important work of remembering this incredibly dark time in history.  This project includes an exhibit...
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