La Tierra y su Gente: The Rio Grande Photography of Robert Runyon
This exhibit came to Special Collections from UT-Austin’s Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. It is a unique visual resource which documents the Lower Rio Grande Valley during the 1900s. Runyon photographed the development and events along the South Texas border, including the Mexican Revolution and the U.S. military presence at Ft. Brown and along the border prior to and during WWI.
This exhibit was on view from March-April 2010.
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