Catholic Diocese of Dallas Returns to the DFW Archives Bazaar

Returning for the second year of DFW Archives Bazaar is the Catholic Diocese of Dallas! Diocese of Dallas mission to preserve the records and cultural heritage of the church. The Archives collects, appraises, organizes and preserves records, documents, photographs, ecclesiastical artifacts and articles pertaining to the Diocese of Dallas. The Archives …

Dallas Morning News Helps Bring the DFW Archives Bazaar to Denton

We would like to offer a big thank you to The Dallas Morning News for their support in creating the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar. The Dallas Morning News has been serving the North Texas community since 1885, and they aim to offer daily reporting that creates a stronger community. You can find them …

TSLAC Preserves Texas History

We have another fabulous participant in the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar – Texas State Library and Archives Commission! The Archives and Information Services Division (ARIS) of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission preserves and documents the shared heritage and culture of Texas by identifying, collecting, and making available the official archival records …

Visit with the History Department of Texas A&M-Commerce

Today we announce our farthest participant in this year’s DFW Archives Bazaar – Texas A&M University-Commerce Department of History! Texas A&M University-Commerce, as a part of the A&M family of universities, will become the university of choice for all those seeking a higher education in the Northeast Texas region and …

Ursuline Academy Documents a Historic DFW Institution

Our next participant had some wonderful materials to share last year – Ursuline Academy of Dallas! Ursuline Academy of Dallas is an independent Catholic college preparatory school for young women in grades 9-12. Educating students for 144 years, the Academy is the oldest continuously operating school in Dallas. With a distinguished …

Portal to Texas History to Sponsor the DFW Archives Bazaar

Returning this year to sponsor the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar is The Portal to Texas History! The Portal to Texas History is a gateway to rare, historical, and primary source materials from or about Texas. Created and maintained by the UNT Libraries, the Portal leverages the power of hundreds of content partners across the …

Interurban Railway Museum Joins the DFW Archives Bazaar for the First Time

Our next participant is a fun one for people of all ages, the Interurban Railway Museum! The Interurban Railway Museum is owned by the City of Plano, Texas Government and managed by the The Plano Conservancy for Historic Preservation, Inc.. The Museum hosts tours, exhibits, and events related to the history of the Texas …

UT-A Special Collections Brings Their Unique Collections to Denton

Our next participant is an amazing institution from Arlington – Special Collections, UTA Library! The University of Texas at Arlington is one of the nation’s fastest-growing public research universities and fifth in the nation for undergraduate diversity. The Special Collections archive offers materials relating to Texas History, Cartography, Spanish Archives, Labor Unions, …

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Brings Its Rare Collections to the DFW Archives Bazaar

The next participant in the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar is the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum! The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred and indifference.The Museum is one of just a few Holocaust-related museums or …

Fort Worth Public Library Returns to the DFW Archives Bazaar

We are excited to have more of our friends from Fort Worth join us for the 2019 DFW Archives Bazaar. Fort Worth Public Library will be participating again this year! The Genealogy, Local History, and Archives unit of the Fort Worth Public Library collects and preserves papers of people who live, work, …