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Hardin-Simmons University Library

The Richardson and Smith libraries at this private Baptist university in Abilene provide materials necessary to support the research of students and faculty. They provide books, federal documents, maps, scores, recordings, and periodicals which are on open shelves and readily accessible to all.

Joined: March 2009.

Harper Library

The Harper Library began in June 2004, with a letter to the editor in The Harper News. Since then, it has grown to a collection of some 12,500 items and joined the Texas State Library System.

Joined: August 2017.

Harrie P. Woodson Library

The Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library is a public library affiliated with the system that serves the North Texas city of Caldwell in Burleson County. In 2011, the library was awarded a Tocker Foundation grant to digitize Burleson County's historic newspapers and to provide access to them on the Portal to Texas History.

Joined: November 2011.

Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund

The Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund started in 1946 when family members created the Galveston Fund. Today, the Fund’s board consists of nine family members along with two outside directors; they meet twice a year. The focus continues to be on Galveston Island with 95% of grant funds distributed in the area.

Joined: May 2017.

Harris County Archives

Opened to the public in April 2005, the Archives maintain administrative, physical, and intellectual control over the permanent and historical records of Harris County. They provide resources including county records, manuscripts, oral histories, maps, and other exhibits to the community.

Joined: August 2012.

Harris County Public Library

Located in the Houston suburb of Cypress Creek, the Barbara Bush Branch Library is one of 26 community-focused branch libraries within the Harris County Public Library system. The library provides access to vast collections as well as foreign language materials to reflect the diverse community they serve.

Joined: March 2016.

Harrison County Historical Museum

The Harrison County Historical Museum’s Inez Hatley Hughes Historical Research Center provides opportunities to explore the past of Harrison County and Texas through its archive and artifact collections. As a county history preservation and research center, it collects, preserves, and makes available photographs, documents, books, and artifacts related to the history of Harrison County, its county seat Marshall, and Texas.

Joined: November 2022.

Haslet Public Library

The Haslet Public Library serves the North Texas community of Haslet and strives to be a source of life-long learning and cultural enrichment for its patrons. The library provides books, electronic resources, Internet access, volunteer opportunities, public computers, and more.

Joined: February 2011.

Heard-Craig Center for the Arts

The historic Heard-Craig Center was built in 1900 by Stephen and Lillian Heard. Their daughter, Kathryn, through her philanthropy, gifted the Center to over 22 charitable, educational groups that have helped to raise money to build new buildings (e.g. the first City Library), have donated to those in need, have provided scholarships for education, and have spearheaded community improvements, etc. The Heard-Craig Center shares the Kathryn Heard-Craig and the Thomas E. Craig collections with the public through tours. The Center holds the designation as the first ART MUSEUM in the City of McKinney and is a Smithsonian Affiliate Museum. Its continuing mission is to support the arts and community through educational programming.

Joined: July 2023.

Hemphill County Library

Although the first steps to creating a library in Canadian began in 1903, the Hemphill County Library wasn't established until 1923. The original building was declared a Texas Historical Landmark in 1966, and renovations since have upgraded the facility to serve the educational and technological needs of the community.

Joined: September 2009.

Henderson County District Clerk's Office

The Henderson County District Clerk's Office provides residents of Athens and the East Texas county with legal services, including jury selection, passport application processing, managing court registry funds, and maintaining county court records.

Joined: May 2009.

Heritage House Museum

The Heritage House Museum is a living documentation of historic materials from Orange County. The Summerlee Foundation, the Stark Foundation, and private individuals contributed to the digitization of materials from the historic home.

Joined: May 2009.

Higgins Public Library

The Litera Club, a women's service organization, organized the Library in 1937. The library survived a tornado, ownership changes, and standard 20th-century challenges to become the notable institution it is today in Lipscomb County.

Joined: January 2014.

Hispanic Heritage Center

The mission of the Hispanic Heritage Center of San Antonio rests on continually providing education, research, genealogy resources, and public outreach to inform the community about its unknown heritage and legacy. It was founded in 2008 and strives to share the Tejano experience and the community's impact on Texas history and culture.

Joined: November 2016.

Historic Mesquite, Inc.

This nonprofit organization is dedicated to the preservation of historical sites and artifacts relating to the City of Mesquite in North Texas. They do so through the identification and maintenance of historical structures and making information and education available to the public.

Joined: March 2015.

The History Center

The History Center is a public history and archives center that collects, preserves, and makes available the history of its region for the educational use and benefit of present and future generations. Located deep in the heart of the East Texas piney woods of Diboll, it also has exhibits that help interpret the area's rich cultural and natural history.

Joined: June 2011.

History of West Museum

Recognizing that our past profoundly influences our future, the History of West Museum collects and preserves the history, heritage, and culture of the people of West and the surrounding area.

Joined: August 2021.

Hoffie & Lank Wolters Shiner Public Library

The Hoffie & Lank Wolters Shiner Public Library was established by the combined efforts of the Friends of the Shiner Public Library, the City of Shiner and the generosity of the citizens of Shiner, Texas.

Joined: March 2019.

Hondo Public Library

The Hondo Public Library serves the residents of Hondo in Medina County. This public facility is funded through taxes and provides citizens with access to books, special collections, children's programs, and computers.

Joined: February 2015.

Honey Grove Preservation League

The Honey Grove Preservation League is a volunteer group that believes that the history of Honey Grove and surrounding communities deserves to be preserved for current citizens and future generations.

Joined: October 2013.

Hopkins County Genealogical Society

In 1981, the Society was established to preserve genealogical and historical materials from Northeast Texas with an emphasis on Hopkins County. Its library provides a public repository and research facility for the citizens of the county. It offers educational programs, workshops, and publications to promote research.

Joined: January 2017.

Houston Earlier Texas Art Group

The Houston Earlier Texas Art Group (HETAG) was founded in 2002. In conjunction with other organizations--including CASETA, the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art, and TACO, the Texas Art Collectors Organization (Dallas)--HETAG promotes the preservation, study, and appreciation of Texas visual arts and their history.

Joined: December 2019.

Houston History Research Center at Houston Public Library

The Houston History Research Center (HHRC) is part of the Houston Public Library System's Special Collections Division which also includes the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research and the African American Library at the Gregory School.

Joined: July 2013.

Howard Payne University Library

Walker Memorial Library, the main library at Howard Payne University, was named for John Allen and Elizabeth Peacock Walker and opened in 1952.

Joined: May 2009.

The Humble Museum

The Humble Museum contains stories, photos, and artifacts collected throughout the area and display its history. The City of Humble funds the Museum, with help from members of the Humble Museum Society, donations, and the sale of museum gift shop items. The Humble Museum received two Rescuing Texas History grants.

Joined: October 2015.

Hutchinson County Genealogical Society

Hutchinson County Genealogical Society documents and provides access to photographs, illustrations, and biographies, including death, burial and marriage records stemming from Hutchinson County in the Texas Panhandle. The Society is based in the Borger Branch of the Hutchinson County Library.

Joined: June 2009.

Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch

The Hutchinson County Library strives to provide services on a fair and equitable basis to all individuals and groups in the community. It aims to be a source of lifelong learning to help meet the need for information and answers to general questions from all walks of life. It also contains the Hutchinson County Genealogical Society.

Joined: November 2011.
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