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Virtual Exhibits

Gebhardt Mexican Foods Collection

A zesty, multimedia journey following the popularization of chili powder and Mexican convenience foods in America. View virtual exhibit.

Physical Exhibits

Currently on Display

Civil Rights in San Antonio

Curated by Melissa Gohlke, Library Assistant; Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian; Tom Shelton, Photo Curator; and Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Curator.

February - July 2014

Visit the exhibition in the Special Collections Reading Room on the 4th floor of the John Peace Library by appointment.

Past Exhibits

2013

Collection Highlights: Rowdy the Roadrunner, Photographs from the San Antonio Light, the Francisco A. Chapa Family Papers, and Tejana Writers of the Chicana Literary Renaissance.
Curated by Melissa Gohlke, Library Assistant and Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian.

Collection Highlights: Selections from the General Photograph Collections, UTSA Manuscript Collections, Texas in the Civil War, UTSA University Archives.
Curated by Tom Shelton, Photo Curator; Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian; Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Curator; Melissa Gohlke, Library Assistant.

2012

40 Years of the Texas Folklife Festival, 1972-2012
Curated by Sean Heyliger, University Archivist

San Antonio Movie Theaters in the Zintgraff Studio Photograph Collection
(MS 355)

Curated by Tom Shelton, Curator of Photographs

Hadassah Celebrates 100 Years
Curated by Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Curator

100 Years of Girl Scouting
Curated by Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Curator

2011

"That the Scripture may speak like itself": Translating and Publishing the Bible in English
Curated by Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian.

Highlights from the Sons of the Republic, Kathryn Stoner O'Connor Mexican Manuscript Collection (MS 71) [Digitized Material]
Curated by Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian.

Governing San Antonio: Four Centuries and Five Flags
Curated by Sean Heyliger, University Archivist, and Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian.

The San Antonio Chapter of Links, Inc.: 50 Years of Volunteer Service in San Antonio (MS 58)
Curated by Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Curator.

Félix D. Almaráz: Borderlands History Professor (UA 99.0009)
Curated by Sean Heyliger, University Archivist.

2010

Water and History in San Antonio
Curated by Shannon Keith, Library Assistant.

Yesterday and Today: Visions of China's Art and Culture
Curated by Shari Salisbury Bibliographer for History and Art & Art History, and Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian.

Summer Miscellany: 1950s Dreamhouses, Seriegraph Prints, and Punk Rock Playwrights
Curated by Juli McLoone, Rare Books Librarian.

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