University of Texas alumni will tell you that it's the dullest-looking building
on campus. But the Harry Ransom Center houses a world-renowned collection of manuscripts,
books, artworks, photographs and artifacts. Visitors will discover everything
from a copy of the Gutenberg Bible (c. 1450) to the world's first photograph (c.
1826) to Edgar Allan Poe's writing desk, Harry Houdini's stage props and even... More >>>