- Ransom Center Acquires Newly Discovered Evelyn Waugh Letter to Graham Greene
- Fashion Photographer George Platt Lynes's Work Exhibited at Ransom Center, Jan. 11-March 27
- "Shooting Stars: The Golden Age of Hollywood Portraiture, 1925-1950" Opens January 11
- Ransom Center Acquires Archive of Noted American Novelist Don DeLillo
- "Miguel Covarrubias: Mexico's Renaissance Man"
- Selina Hastings, Biographer of Evelyn Waugh, Speaks at Harry Ransom Center
- Public Book Sale on Friday, Sept. 24
- Exhibition Celebrates the Centennial of Mexican Artist Miguel Covarrubias
- Centennial of Authors Greene, Waugh Recognized in Ransom Exhibition
- Walker Evans and James Agee: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: From Nov. 2 through Dec. 12 in the Ransom Center Galleries
- Ransom Center Travel Materials Featured at ABIA
- UT's Ransom Center Receives National Endowment for the Humanities Grant
- Ransom Center Partners with Library of America In Isaac Bashevis Singer Centennial Celebration
- Ransom Center Displays Rare Copy of "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili" June 1 - August 15
- Ransom Center Acquires Archive of Legendary Acting Teacher Stella Adler
- Cambridge Fellow and Manuscripts Scholar de Hamel to Offer Pforzheimer Lecture on "The Medieval Book of Hours"
- Go Out and Look: The Photography of Russell Lee: From April 20 through October 17, in the Ransom Center Galleries
- 20 x 20: Twenty American Poets of the Twentieth Century: From April 6 through September 19, in the Ransom Center Galleries
- Collaborative Spirit: Prints, Presses, & Deluxe Artists' Books: From April 6 Though October 3, in the Ransom Center Galleries
- Photography's Turning Point: The Journal Camera Work: From April 20 - October 17, in the Ransom Center Galleries
- New Version of the WATCH (Writers, Artists and Their Copyright Holders) File
- Perpetrator of Book Theft at Harry Ransom Center Sentenced: Theft of Materials Occurred in Early 1990s
- "PHOTO NOMAD" By David Douglas Duncan: Archive of Renowned Photojournalist Resides at the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin
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