What can I expect when visiting the HHRC??

What can I expect when visiting the HHRC??


Anyone is welcome to use the materials or explore the Texas Room.  However, as an archival repository and research library, we must take certain measures to care for and protect the materials in our collections.
Watch this orientation video to get acquainted with the rules of the HHRC’s research room or review the rules below:
  • A form of government ID is required if you are requesting archival materials or certain rare books.
  • Pencils, note-taking materials, cell phones and personal computers are allowed in the Texas Room.
    • Store all other personal property in our free and secure lockers.
  • Outlets are provided at each table.
  • Food, beverages, and other consumables such as gum, tobacco, and cough drops are not allowed in the Texas Room.
  • No materials that belong to the HHRC can be removed from the Texas Room, and no outside books may be brought in.
  • Personal property and research notes may be inspected before leaving.
  • Please do not reshelve any materials.
  • Phones should be turned to vibrate and calls should be taken outside.
  • Use of cameras and some personal scanning devices may be allowed with staff approval.
  • Additional lighting equipment which requires physical contact with the materials is not allowed.
  • Certain materials may be reproduced using the overhead scanner in the room or through our in-house reproduction services.
  • Customers assume full responsibility from conforming to the laws of copyright, literary rights, privacy, and libel.
  • Last Updated Jun 23, 2023
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  • Answered By Sreelu Kurup

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