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The University of Texas Archives preserves and makes available for research the non-current, historically valuable official records of the University of Texas at Austin and the UT System administration; the personal and professional papers of significant UT administrators, faculty, and staff; and any other materials, of varying format, which substantively document the history and development of the institution.

The UT Archives currently maintains some 4,500 linear feet of material including institutional records, personal papers, books, periodicals, official and student publications, scrapbooks and clippings, microforms, sound recordings and oral histories, photographs, maps and drawings, and audio-visual material. Among the cornerstone collections are the administrative records of the Chancellor’s Office, the Board of Regents, and the President’s Office, all of which trace the development of the University and the many important policy decisions it has faced.

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5-Mile Farms and Resolution Gardens Interview
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview conducted with Randy Jewart by Anne Gessler at Resolution Gardens in Austin, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas as part of the Co-op Project. 
BB's Cafe Interview
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview conducted with Brooks Bassler by Aimee Bachari at BB's Cafe in Houston, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas and the University of Houston as part of the La Louisiane en Tejas: Gulf Coast Foodways in East Texas Project.
Barbecuties Interview
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview conducted with Nicky Dugas, owner of Barbecuties, previously located in the Sixth Street District of Austin, Texas (this business closed in 2007). Interview was conducted by Melanie Haupt and Carly Kocurek at Barbecuties on behalf of Southern Foodways Alliance and the American Studies Department at the University of Texas at Austin as part of the Barbecue Trail Project.
Beaucoup Bar and Grill Interview
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview conducted with Lakesha Reed by Aimee Bachari at Beaucoup Bar and Grill in Houston, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas and the University of Houston as part of the La Louisiane en Tejas: Gulf Coast Foodways in East Texas Project.
Black Star Co-op Interview Part One
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview (part 1 of 2) conducted with Steven Yarak, Johnny Livesay, and Jeff Young by Niko Tonks at Black Star Co-op Pub and Brewery in Austin, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas as part of the Craft Brewery Project.
Black Star Co-op Interview Part Two
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview (part 2 of 2) conducted with Steven Yarak, Johnny Livesay, and Jeff Young by Niko Tonks at Black Star Co-op Pub and Brewery in Austin, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas as part of the Craft Brewery Project.
Black's Barbecue Interview Part One
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview (part 1 of 3) conducted with Edgar Black, Kent Black, and Norma Jean Black by Michelle Dahlenberg at Black's Barbecue in Lockhart, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas for the Barbecue Trail Project.
Black's Barbecue Interview Part Three
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview (part 3 of 3) conducted with Kent Black and employees of Black's Barbecue by Michelle Dahlenberg at Black's Barbecue in Lockhart, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas for the Barbecue Trail Project.
Black's Barbecue Interview Part Two
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview (part 2 of 3) conducted with Kent Black by Michelle Dahlenberg at Black's Barbecue in Lockhart, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas for the Barbecue Trail Project.
Blanco Bowling Club Cafe Interview
Source:Foodways Texas Oral History Collection
Oral history interview conducted with John Dechert by Kathryn Sutton and Nick Roland at Blanco Bowling Club Cafe in Blanco, Texas, on behalf of Foodways Texas as part of the Iconic Texas Restaurant Project.