Historical Research Center
The second division of the Texas Heritage Museum is the Historical Research Center that aspires to be widely acknowledged by scholars world-wide as one of the nation’s finest collection repositories, bringing international distinction to Hill College by advancing scholarly research and education at the college and beyond. Included in the Historical Research Center is an extensive collection of maps, photographic collections, microfilm, and an archival depository that contains numerous files of soldiers’ letters, diaries, and unpublished manuscripts from all wars. Also featured in the Historical Research Center are original art works, art prints and sculptures depicting the War Between the States, and personal items belonging to Hill College graduate Bob Bullock during his term as Lieutenant Governor of Texas.
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