The Caroline B. and John H. Kampmann San Antonio Public Library Portal at the Briscoe Western Art Museum connects community with history by telling stories of the past through digital and print content. Museum visitors can relax in a comfortable living room inspired space to browse iPads filled with historically rich material collected and prepared by the San Antonio Public Library.
The Caroline B. and John H. Kampmann San Antonio Public Library Portal also offers visitors access to free WiFi, and a glimpse into the depth of programs, services and resources available at library locations and online at its 24/7 virtual library. Local residents of Bexar County are encouraged to sign up for a library card in order to access millions of books, DVDs, streaming movies and television, music downloads and more.
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For more than 110 years, the award-winning San Antonio Public Library has been a vital center for free learning, knowledge, communication, culture and enjoyment for the whole community. With a world-class Central Library, 26 locations throughout the city, the Library portal at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, and an extensive collection of e-books and online resources, the San Antonio Public Library is as close as around the corner, the nearest computer or smartphone.
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Walkara-Hawk of the Mountains, Greg Kelsey (born 1971)
Briscoe Museum Collection Purchased with funds provided by The Jack and Valerie Guenther Foundation