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The Humanities Texas staff. From the article "Welcome to Our New Website."
From left to right: HTx Executive Director Michael L. Gillette, Coordinator of Educational Programs Liz Bohman Barger, State Senator Kirk Watson, Melanie Schulze, Austin High School Principal Dr. Lucio Calzada, and AISD Superintendent Meria Carstarphen. From the article "Celebrating Twenty Years of Outstanding Teaching Awards."
The restored library at the Byrne-Reed House. From the article "We're Baaack!!!"
The young Juanita Craft. From the article "The Craft of Civil Rights."
Top left: Ferrari, Chenet, Roberts, Marx
Low left: Stewart, Mandell, Pose, Sanna, Fletcher, Wright
Photo taken late 1943 at Smokey Hill AFB, Topeka, Kansas, USA. From the article "The Navigator's Odyssey."
Senate room S-211. Photo from the records of the Architect of the Capitol. From the article "Master of the Senate's History."
H. W. Brands speaks about FDR, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution to teachers and guests at "The U.S. Constitution and American History," a teacher institute held at Austin's Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum from June 7–10, 2009. Photo by Charles Bogel. From the article "Teacher Institutes Focus on Constitution."
Filmmaker Charles Guggenheim shooting his last documentary, Berga: Soldiers of Another War. Photo courtesy of Guggenheim Productions. From the article "Charles Guggenheim's Berga."
President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the legislation creating the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts in September 1965. Photo courtesy LBJ Library and Museum. From the article "The Education President."