Welcome to the Presidio Gallery
Texas A&M University-San Antonio welcomes you to Presidio Gallery at the Bexar County Archives Building. Opened on October 27, 2017, this beautiful facility in downtown San Antonio is home to A&M-SA’s Archives and Special Collections. It is free and open to the public, and we welcome tour groups and researchers by appointment. The Welcome Video provides a great overview of the facility.
The A&M-SA Archives & Special Collections includes:
- Approximately 1,600 linear feet of archival collections
- 40,000 photographs
- 1,000 pieces of art
- 1,000 maps
- 10,000 clippings files
- 27,000 books and numerous historical newspapers and periodicals
A&M-SA is proud to showcase the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library Collection as the inaugural exhibit in the new Presidio Gallery, featuring Alamo and Texas manuscripts and artifacts. Bexar County’s historic Spanish Archives is also housed in the facility.