Spanish Missions in Texas and Mexico: Restoration, reconstruction, and documentation

Spanish Missions in Texas and Mexico: Restoration, reconstruction, and documentation is a exhibition of digitized drawings and photographs of eighteenth-century Spanish missions and San Antonio's Governor's Palace. These records, dating mainly from the 1920s through the 1950s, reflect how the structures looked before various efforts of restoration and reconstruction. Selected from collections within the Alexander Architectural Archives, they include works by Harvey P. Smith, Stewart King, Ayres and Ayres, Robert Leon White, and measured drawings by UT Austin School of Architecture students in the Texas Architecture Archive.

A Well-Made Object: Architect Howard Meyer

This exhibition, A Well-Made Object: Architect Howard Meyer, is a site dedicated to a film about Dallas architect, Howard Meyer. It is an educational resource for those interested in Modern Architecture during the 1950's in the Dallas, TX area.

The Architectural Legacy of Herbert Miller Greene

An exhibition of archival material documenting the work of Herbert Miller Greene from collections in the Alexander Architectural Archives including: Atlantic Terra Cotta Company records, George Dahl collection, Greene, LaRoche and Dahl drawings, Texas Architectural collection, and the University of Texas Buildings collection.

Eugene George: Architect, Scholar, Educator, Photographer

This exhibition celebrates the contributions of Eugene George to the fields of education and historic preservation and recognizes his work as an architect and photographer. It contains selections from the Walter Eugene George, Jr. collection at the Alexander Architectural Archives.

Our Landmark Library: Battle Hall at 100

This exhibition celebrates the history of Battle Hall, a historic library building on the University of Texas at Austin campus. Archival materials included in this online exhibition come from the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library, the Minnesota Historical Society, the Library of Congress, the Alexander Architectural Archives, the University of Texas Libraries, and the Austin History Center.

Their Maya Story: George and Gerrie Andrews

This exhibition tells the story of George and Gerrie Andrews' dedication to documenting Maya architecture and celebrates their contribution to Maya studies—and to the Alexander Architectural Archives, where their records form the George and Geraldine Andrews collection.