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Marfa gained a public library in 1947 with the current building donated in 1973. Through the help of organizations such as the Friends of the Marfa Library, the Library has been able to continue to provide residents with access to materials, programs, and city history.Joined: May 2009.
The Library was organized in 1902 and continues to serve the area. The Marshall Public Library provides access to local history photographs documenting their Library and notable African-American citizens instrumental in the East Texas city's development.Joined: May 2009.
Mathis, Texas, was incorporated in 1939 and serves as a winter home for hundreds of Winter Texans from all parts of the state and country, as well as Canada. The Mathis Area Newspapers, provided by the Mathis Public Library, have been digitized through the support of a Tocker Foundation award to the partner, and they offer a rich view into this tourism-friendly region of Texas.Joined: August 2018.
Formed in 1962, the Maverick Region Porsche Club of America serves the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and surrounding North Texas counties, providing social, driving, and technical events that enhance the Porsche ownership experience. With over 2,600 members, it is the 15th largest region in the Porsche Club of America. The club has released its monthly publication Slipstream since 1965.Joined: July 2016.
Located in Hidalgo County, the McAllen Public Library serves a culturally rich and historically diverse area of the state. Their mission is to provide free access to information and foster an open exchange of ideas. Planning for the library is conducted through the Library Board's recommendations to the City Commission.Joined: February 2011.
As authorized by the Texas Legislature, McCulloch County Historical Commission (MCHC) assists the Texas Historical Commission (THC) and the McCulloch County Commissioners Court in the preservation of county historic and cultural resources.Joined: June 2016.
The McFaddin-Ward House, built around 1905-1906 in the Beaux-Arts Colonial style, housed a prominent family in Beaumont for 75 years. The museum of the same name preserves the building and the artifacts, providing visitors with a firsthand glimpse of Southeast Texas History.Joined: February 2015.
Housed in the former Ritz Theatre in McGregor, Texas, the McGinley Memorial Library serves both McGregor and the wider McLennan County. The balcony of the library still houses original projection equipment and movie memorabilia today.Joined: August 2017.
The Jay-Rollins Library serves the students, faculty, and staff of McMurry University in Abilene. Patrons have access to their extensive collections, which include more than one million items through the library and the Abilene Library Consortium.Joined: May 2009.
The Mesquite Public Library was founded in 1963 with the North Branch opening in 1981. They have been instrumental in preserving the rise of the city through its founding in the 19th century to its present state. The library has a wide range of materials, including books, audio cassettes, videos, DVDs, CDs, and reels of microfilm.Joined: June 2010.
Since its inception in 1984, the Mexic-Arte Museum has been a pioneer institution in the museum field as one of the few Mexican and Mexican-American Art museums in the United States. The museum contributes to Latino cultural enrichment and works to improve the quality of life through innovative exhibitions and educational programming.Joined: April 2013.
Midwestern State University is a leading public liberal arts university committed to providing students with rigorous undergraduate and graduate education in the liberal arts and the professions. The University was established in 1922 and is located in Wichita Falls, midway between Oklahoma City and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.Joined: May 2014.
Located in the East Texas town of Mineola in Wood County, the Mineola Memorial Library came to fruition in 1950 and has since flourished to include more than 46,000 books, digital newspapers, and many other materials. The Tocker Foundation provided funding for digitization of library materials.Joined: October 2012.
The Mineral Wells Heritage Association preserves and shares the cultural heritage of Mineral Wells and surrounding Palo Pinto County. Since their founding in 1974, they have done so through the collection and sharing of documents, memorabilia, and archival materials.Joined: September 2013.
Founded in 1947 by a group known as the HUB Club, the library system in Montgomery County grew from a small collection housed in bookmobiles and car showrooms to a multi-branch institution that provides lifelong learning opportunities to a growing Southeast Texas population.Joined: January 2014.
The Moody Medical Library provides a place for medical students and faculty of UTMB to advance their study of medicine. The library contains “one of the world’s great historical collections of books and manuscripts in the history of medicine" in the Truman G. Blocker, Jr. History of Medicine Collections.Joined: December 2013.
This library serves the city of Mount Pleasant and the surrounding Titus County. The building includes thousands of books, digital resources, a garden, and designated reading rooms for all ages. The Library contains a museum that focuses on the history of Mount Pleasant. A Hancher Foundation grant helped digitize important materials.Joined: August 2016.
A center for artistic and cultural growth in Houston's Montrose area, the Museum displays interesting and unique exhibitions. It's the oldest art museum in Texas, formed in 1900 by the Public School Art League. Multiple entities have since made important donations to the museum.Joined: May 2009.
The Museum of South Texas History was founded in 1967 as the Hidalgo County Historical Museum. Located in the city of Edinburg, the museum features exhibits on the history of the Rio Grande Valley between South Texas and Northeastern Mexico. Its various materials highlight the rich heritage and blended culture of the region.Joined: February 2015.
Located in the North Texas town of Frisco, the Museum of the American Railroad is a nonprofit organization committed to sharing the instrumental role the railroads played in Texan and American history. The museum partners and shares space with the Frisco Heritage Museum.Joined: May 2009.
Founded in 1926, the museum is a department of Sul Ross State University in Alpine and contains more than 25,000 objects from prehistoric to contemporary times. For more than 70 years, they've collected and exhibited artifacts that relate to the Big Bend region, its history (and prehistory), and its natural and cultural diversity.Joined: March 2012.
Located in the coastal city of Port Arthur, the museum gives a glimpse into Texas' natural and cultural history. Materials cover notable eras in the state's past, from prehistoric times to the Civil War. It also includes materials on famous musicians and athletes from the Gulf Coast.Joined: February 2012.