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Library Services in Fall 2020

During this unprecedented situation affecting all campus activities and services, the Libraries seek to support research and learning, even as most library buildings are closed and many library staff are working remotely.

The UT Libraries Services Continuity Guide is continually updated as resources and services evolve, so I encourage you to have a look and reach out as you have questions.

 

How to Use this Guide

Welcome to the University of Texas Libraries' topic guide for Texas Architects and Architecture! The purpose of this guide is to help you identify specific resources for Texas Architecture through the University of Texas Libraries and beyond. Please do keep in mind that these resources are only a selection to help inform your research strategies.

In this topic guide for  Texas Architects and Architecture, you will find information on where and how to find:

  • Suggested Readings on Texas Architecture
  • Historical Newspapers
  • Archival Repositories and Special Collections
  • UT Campus Buildings
  • Information about Historic Preservation in Texas

If you need help searching for articles using databases or for books in scoUT, please see one of our other guides: Architectural History, Historic Preservation, or Architecture. These guides will help you navigate the library resources broadly without specific reference to Texas.

Please note: Some of the material and resources are available to anyone while others will require affiliation with UT.

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Beth Dodd
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Office: BTL4 S5430
Mailing: Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, PO Box P
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78713-8916 USA
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