Kerr Regional History Center

Kerr Regional History Center


The Kerr Regional History Center (KRHC) serves as a repository for historical
and genealogical collections and a research center for the residents of the City of Kerrville, Kerr County, the Texas Hill Country, and beyond.

City of Kerrville and Kerr County history and genealogical data are emphasized, but the collection includes Hill Country and Texas materials.

Staff and volunteers are available to assist visitors in locating print and electronic resources to aid their research. Some of the resources available include:
  • Local newspaper records
  • Kerrville Tivy Yearbook collection
  • Kerrville city directories
  • Kerr County Oral History Project collection
  • Access to genealogical research databases including Ancestry.com and Newspaper Archive
Kerr Regional History Center Lecture Series

Saturday, August 10th at 1 p.m.


The Kerr Regional History Center is pleased to announce the inaugural lecture of its Kerr Regional Lecture Series. Local historian Robert Puig will speak on the history of the Kerrville Mexican-American community. Puig is a member of the Kerr County Historical Commission and has written a book on the topic titled, “The History of the Mexican Patriotic Celebrations Held in Kerrville, Texas from 1923-2003.” The public is encouraged to attend the lecture and learn about this integral component of our city’s history. The event is free of charge and refreshments will be provided.