Lewis L. Gould, former fellow of the Briscoe Center for American History, has been named the inaugural recipient of an award that recognizes distinguished contributions to research and education about America’s first ladies.
Thanks to the generosity of a Chicago-area family, renowned photographer Robert Polidori’s photographic print archive has been donated to the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.
The Briscoe Center mourns the death of Advisory Council member Julian O. Read, a nationally prominent public relations and public affairs expert, who passed away on May 8, 2021.
The Briscoe Center for American History’s Flash of Light, Wall of Fire Japanese Photographs Documenting the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki has been selected for the 2021 San Antonio Book Festival.
The Briscoe Center is proud to announce the publication of The Governor and the Colonel – A Dual Biography of William P. Hobby and Oveta Culp Hobby.
The Briscoe Center has acquired the Jacques Lowe Photographic Archive. Lowe is best known for his photographs documenting the Kennedy family, notably John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign and his first year in the White House.
The Briscoe Center pays tribute to renowned photojournalist and Briscoe Center donor Ronald T. Bennett, who died November 7, 2020. Oregon native Ron Bennett aspired to be a photojournalist from an early age. His first job as a photographer was with the Lake Oswego Review while he was still in high school.… read more
The Briscoe Center proudly presents “American Rhapsody,” a new podcast that focuses on those who have witnessed the nation’s history firsthand, creating archives in the process, and those who use those collections and others at the center to tell the American story. “We’re going to focus on those who were… read more
The Briscoe Center presents two incredible photographic collections that showcase the work of Fons Iannelli and Shepard Sherbell. Iannelli captured the American imagination during World War II with his intimate portrayal of US servicemen in the Pacific Theater. He went on to document postwar American life with exacting and sympathetic… read more
The Briscoe Center pays tribute to David B. Gracy II, who died in Austin, Texas on September 26, 2020. Gracy was a renowned archivist and historian, who contributed to the work of the Briscoe Center, where his papers are placed. “For nearly 45 years, David and I were colleagues working… read more