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A center of agricultural and oil production, Reagan County is situated in West Texas on the edge of the Edwards Plateau. Documenting the community's history from the 1920s and onwards, materials from the Library were digitized through a Tocker Foundation grant.Joined: November 2015.
Since 1841, several Red River County libraries flourished and then abruptly terminated. Although previous libraries failed, the persistence of the community resulted in a permanent library situated in Clarksville, Texas. Today it is a source of community fortitude, enlightenment, and enjoyment, as well as the “Gateway to Texas” history and family genealogy for so many people in- and out-of-state.Joined: August 2017.
The Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library was completed in 2012 with a gift donation from Mr. Richard S. Morris. Their addition of The Claude News to The Portal to Texas History has been generously supported by the Tocker Foundation.Joined: November 2013.
The Rio Grande City Public Library strives to maintain and improve the quality of life for all citizens of the community by providing resources that enhance literacy, life-long learning, and access to ideas. The Library serves as a hub for patrons to discover the joy of reading and the value of libraries.Joined: December 2011.
Where knowledge and community meet to build a better future. Located in Williamson County and established by the Ladies Home Demonstration Club in 1962, the Library proudly serves its dynamic and growing community by providing high quality resources, services, and programs.Joined: September 2019.
The mission of the Rusk County Library System is to provide the highest quality public library service that will effectively contribute to the enrichment of all residents of the county and to increase public awareness of the services offered in a modern public library system.Joined: April 2021.