Historical Research Center
The Historical Research Center is nationally recognized as a Civil War repository. Included in the Historical Research Center is an extensive collection of maps, photographic collections, microfilm and an archive that contains numerous files of soldiers’ letters, diaries and unpublished manuscripts from all Texas wars.
The center also features original art, art prints, sculptures depicting the Civil War and personal items belonging to Hill College graduate Bob Bullock during his term as Lieutenant Governor of Texas.
To date, the press has published 40 full-length books and six monographs, several of which have won literary and historical awards. The press publishes at least one book per year on Texas in conflict and war or on other historical events of North Central Texas.