“Vietnam: Evidence of War” is an exhibit on display at the LBJ Presidential Library, exploring how the war and its legacy were experienced. Contributed by the Briscoe Center.

“Evidence of War” presents a mosaic of materials that reveal how the Vietnam War and its legacy were experienced. The exhibit showcases an impressive array of sources that explore the viewpoints of soldiers and veterans, politicians and constituents, reporters and photojournalists, and advocates and protesters.

“Evidence of War,” produced by UT’s Briscoe Center for American History, also hints at how the war was reflected in art, music and popular culture.

Details: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays-Sundays through July 31. $3-$8. 2313 Red River St. lbjlibrary.org/exhibits/vietnam-evidence-of-war.