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The Austin History Center will present an evening book discussion with Ross Tomlin, author of the recent book Homer Thornberry: Congressman, Judge, and Advocate for Equal Rights. Thornberry, born to deaf parents in Austin and an alum of Austin High and UT, led a long and distinguished political career as a U. S. Congressman and federal judge. Tomlin, Judge Thornberry’s grandson, will discuss the book and his research. A book signing will follow the presentation and light refreshments will be served.

The Austin History Center will present an evening book discussion with Ross Tomlin, author of the recent book Homer Thornberry: Congressman, Judge, and Advocate for Equal Rights. Thornberry, born to deaf parents in Austin and an alum of Austin High and UT, led a long and distinguished political career as a U. S. Congressman and federal judge. Tomlin, Judge Thornberry’s grandson, will discuss the book and his research. A book signing will follow the presentation and light refreshments will be served.

The Austin History Center will present an evening book discussion with Ross Tomlin, author of the recent book Homer Thornberry: Congressman, Judge, and Advocate for Equal Rights. Thornberry, born to deaf parents in Austin and an alum of Austin High and UT, led a long and distinguished political career as a U. S. Congressman and federal judge. Tomlin, Judge Thornberry’s grandson, will discuss the book and his research. A book signing will follow the presentation and light refreshments will be served.

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WHERE

Austin History Center
810 Guadalupe St.
Austin, TX
http://library.austintexas.gov/ahc/about-us

TICKET INFO

Admission is free
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