Edited by Andrée Bober
Spotlighting more than eighty collections in very diverse fields, this extensively illustrated volume showcases the unparalleled quality and range of the holdings of the University of Texas at Austin.
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Visit. Explore. Discover.
By Chuck Bailey; historical text by Patrick Cox; introduction by John Anderson
With rare, previously unpublished photographs and iconic images of politicians from the state’s founders to Ann Richards, George W. Bush, and Rick Perry, here is the first-ever photographic album of Texas politicians and political campaigns.
Photographs by Spider Martin; introduction by Douglas Brinkley; foreword by Don Carleton
As raw and unforgettable as the moment they were taken, these iconic images—never before published as a collection—document the historic Selma-to-Montgomery marches that turned the tide for African American voting rights.
By Eric Draper; Foreword by President George W. Bush
With an extraordinary collection of images, many never before published, Chief White House Photographer Eric Draper presents a compelling, behind-the-scenes view of the entire presidency of George W. Bush, from dramatic events such as 9/11 to relaxed, intimate moments within the Bush family.
By Lonn Taylor and David B. Warren; foreword by Don Carleton
With over 150 additional pieces of furniture that were not included in Volume One, color photographs, and a new introduction, Texas Furniture, Volume Two completes the definitive guide to the state’s rich heritage of locally made nineteenth-century furniture and the craftsmen who produced it.
Edited by David Dettmer
Continuing the story begun in The Texas Book: Profiles, History, and Reminiscences of the Universityk, this richly illustrated volume offers a highly readable, in-depth exploration of the personalities and events that have made the University of Texas at Austin what it is today.