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07.07.2015

The Denton Record-Chronicle reported that Denton's North Branch Library will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Neches Journeys: Land, River, and People throughout June.

07.06.2015

The Muskogee Phoenix reported that Moskogee's War Memorial Park will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Theodore Roosevelt through July 28.

07.02.2015

The Austin American–Statesman reported that Stony Point High School U.S. history teacher Don Hoover and Cedar Ridge High School U.S. History teachers Lori Holmes and Melissa Wolter were selected to attend the Humanities Texas institute "American Presidents and the Nation, 1970–2000" at The University of Texas at Austin in June 2015.

07.01.2015

Focus Daily News reported that Lancaster Middle School U.S. history teacher Demetria W. Ivory was selected to attend the Humanities Texas institute "From Colonists to Revolutionaries" at Texas Christian University in June 2015.

06.30.2015

The Needville News reported that Needville High School film and U.S. history teacher Barbara Richards was selected to attend the Humanities Texas institute "American Presidents and the Nation, 1970–2000" at The University of Texas at Austin in June 2015.

06.29.2015

The Waxahachie Daily Light reported that Red Oak High School U.S. history teachers Haylie Grammar and Stephen Johnson were selected to attend the Humanities Texas institute "American Presidents and the Nation, 1970–2000" at The University of Texas at Austin in June 2015.

06.04.2015

The Mineral Wells Index reported that this year's Frontier Days and Palo Pinto Old Settlers Reunion was held at the Old Jail Museum Complex on Saturday, June 6. The festivities included music, performances, demonstrations, and the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World.

04.08.2015

The Freestone County Times reported that Confederate Reunion Grounds State Historic Site will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Mennonites in Texas: The Quiet in the Land through May 24.

04.06.2015

The Keene Star News reported that Continuity & Change: An Exhibit Marking the Centennial of the Great War will be on display at the Chan Shun Centennial Library on the campus of Southwestern Adventist University from April 12 to May 1. The exhibition is sponsored in part by a Humanities Texas grant.

04.02.2015

The Gainesville Daily Register reported that the Morton Museum of Cooke County will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Annexation: Celebrating Texas Statehood beginning April 6.

03.19.2015

The Paris News reported that the Bertha Voyer Memorial Library will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition The Way Things Were: Texas Settlers and Their Buildings, 1860s–1930s beginning April 7.

03.17.2015

The Lufkin News reported that the Museum of East Texas will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Citizens at Last: The Women's Suffrage Movement in Texas this spring. In conjunction with the exhibition, the museum also hosted the panel "Texas Women Win the Vote" with Reverend Bettie Kennedy, Kay Arnold, and Ellen Temple.

03.08.2015

The University of Houston's Daily Cougar reported that the M. D. Anderson Library is presenting the panel “Decolonizing the Archive: Chicana por mi Raza and the Challenge of Digital Humanities” with sponsorship in part by Humanities Texas.

03.07.2015

The Brownsville Herald reported that The University of Texas at Brownsville Library will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Vaquero: Genesis of the Texas Cowboy through April 30. They will also host three lectures on topics related to the exhibition throughout the months of March and April.

02.28.2015

The News Journal of Longview reported that Spring Hill Junior High School will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Cartooning Texas: One Hundred Years of Cartoon Art in the Lone Star State in March.

02.11.2015

The Alpine Avalanche reported that the Meseum of the Big Bend on the Sul Ross University Campus will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition Russell Lee Photographs through March 29.

01.22.2015

The Tri County Leader reported that Troup Middle School will display the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition The Blessings of Liberty through January.

01.11.2015

The Dallas Morning News reported that the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture is marking their tenth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Sympsoium by commissioning an original stage play based on King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail." The play, The 67th Book of the Bible, will premiere January 19 at the Dallas City Performance Hall and will be followed by a panel discussion. The symposium is open to the public and made possible in part by a Humanities Texas grant.

12.01.2011

Old House Journal featured the Byrne-Reed House restoration in the cover story "The Remarkable Transformation of the Byrne-Reed House."

09.01.2011

The Byrne-Reed House restoration was featured in the article "Unwrapped" in Preservation magazine.

07.01.2011

Humanities magazine featured the Byrne-Reed House in the article "A Texas-Sized Renovation."

07.01.2011

Texas Architect highlighted the Byrne-Reed House restoration in the article "Unwrapped."

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