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The Briscoe Center is a history research center with few peers. Our archival, artifact, and library collections contain historical treasures documenting key themes in Texas and U.S. history. These treasures echo with stories of the people, places, events, and ideas that have shaped our nation's history. The collections represented on this page contain audio/visual media enriched with access tools such as searchable transcripts, indexes, table of contents, geographical data, and others. These tools, now synchronized to the audio/visual content, allow you to navigate the hours of content in creative ways.


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The Kruskal Papers
Two short films created by Joseph B. Kruskal for Bell Telephone Laboratories, for which he worked. They were created in 1962 and 1966. Forms part of the Archives of American Mathematics.
UT Film Library Collection
Created in 1917 as part of the University’s Division of Extension, the UT Film Library offered films on a variety of topics, primarily of an educational nature, on a rental-fee basis to the university community as well as to other educational institutions across the country.
Warren Spector Papers
Spector is a videogame developer best known for his work on games such as Deus Ex and Ultima: Underworld. The audio-visual media in his collection were accumulated by Spector during his career as a game developer.