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Sachse Public Library

The Sachse Public Library provides access to information and works to meet the educational, recreational, and informational needs of the Sachse community.

Joined: April 2014.

Salado Public Library

Salado Public Library

Joined: October 2017.

Sam Rayburn House Museum

The Sam Rayburn House Museum provides photographs and artwork from the Rayburn family's personal collection. Its mission centers on increasing local, regional and national awareness of Sam Rayburn's life and career as a United States Congressman through the preservation and interpretation of the historic site.

Joined: February 2012.

Sammy Brown Library

The mission of the Sammy Brown Library is to improve the lives of the people of Panola County by providing free resources that enhance and contribute to individual knowledge, enlightenment, and enjoyment.

Joined: October 2017.

San Antonio Conservation Society

The Society documents the history of San Antonio and South Central Texas with an emphasis on the built environment. This history includes photographs of San Antonio street scenes and a few portraits, taken by professional photographer Ernst Raba between c. 1853 and c. 1939.

Joined: October 2014.

San Antonio Public Library

The San Antonio Public Library's mission is to change lives through the transformative power of information, imagination, and ideas.

Joined: February 2012.

San Jacinto College

A half-century of innovation, inclusion and extraordinary growth mark the history of San Jacinto College. The college has evolved from one location in urban Pasadena to three campuses and 12 extension centers serving the Greater Houston community. The college received a Rescuing Texas History grant in 2015.

Joined: May 2016.

San Jacinto Museum of History

In 1836, the Battle of San Jacinto effectively changed the shape of history and paved the way for Texas to become a nation and subsequently a state. In 1939, the Museum was built in the monument to the historic event, and since then has provided materials related to the history of the region and the state.

Joined: May 2009.

Sanger Public Library

Founded in 1970, the Sanger Public Library was originally housed in the former Chapman Clinic and moved to a Presbyterian Church in 1972. In 1995, the Library moved to its current building and continues to serve the people of this North Texas town. The Library received a Rescuing Texas History grant.

Joined: May 2009.

Schreiner University Logan Library

The William M. Logan Library functions as the academic library at Schreiner University in Kerrville, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. As part of the Library’s mission to provide innovative information resources, the Logan Library began digitizing special collections and archival items in 2006.

Joined: September 2013.

Schulenburg Historical Museum

The Schulenburg Historical Museum provides a glimpse into life in the early days of the rural German-Czech community. The Museum houses two significant books about the history of Schulenburg which have previously been unavailable to online researchers.

Joined: January 2015.

Schulenburg Public Library

In the 1920s, charter members of the Schulenburg Literary Club began a library in a local residence. In 1975, Charles and Emma Matula bequeathed their home to the city, and it still houses the Library to this day.

Joined: November 2011.

Shamrock Public Library

Members of the Thursday Literary Club started the Shamrock Public Library in 1925, which still serves the people of Shamrock in a modernized building built in 1974. The Library is a member of the Harrington Library Consortium in the Texas Panhandle.

Joined: November 2014.

Silsbee Public Library

The East Texas town of Silsbee, Hardin County grew out of the creation of the Gulf, Beaumont, and Kansas City Railway in 1894. The Library is part of the Houston Area Library System and provides the community access to information and resources. It received a 2015-2016 Tocker Foundation grant.

Joined: May 2016.

Singletary Memorial Library

The Library, located in Rusk, received a Tocker Foundation grant. Rusk was established by an act of the Texas legislature on April 11, 1846, which defined the boundaries of Cherokee County and called for the county seat to be named for Gen. Thomas Jefferson Rusk, one of the signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence.

Joined: November 2011.

Sinton Public Library

The Sinton Public Library is dedicated to serving its patrons and providing excellence in customer service. It provides many services, programs, and opportunities in the community of Sinton and San Patricio County. The Library received a 2016 Tocker Foundation grant.

Joined: May 2016.

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza first opened its doors in 1989 on the sixth and seventh floors of the building formerly known as the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, the site of the infamous assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Joined: September 2011.

Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas

The Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas, or the Slavic Benevolent Order of the State of Texas, is a fraternal organization designed to connect the Czech community in Texas. It has served this purpose since 1897.

Joined: November 2015.

Smith County Historical Society

This non-profit organization was founded in 1959 by individuals and business firms dedicated to discovering, collecting and preserving data, records and other items related to the history of Smith County. The Society received a 2014 Rescuing Texas History grant.

Joined: November 2015.

Rita and Truett Smith Public Library

The Smith Public Library is located in Wylie and was established in 1970 by Rita and Truett Smith. Since then, it has grown from a small space in a local bank building to a full-service library, providing story time programs, computer classes, book clubs, and special events.

Joined: September 2013.

South Texas College of Law

The Library at the South Texas College of Law, located in downtown Houston, provides materials that support the research and curricular needs of the community. The college opened in 1923, organized by the Young Men's Christian Association in response to a need for adult education.

Joined: March 2011.

Southern Methodist University Libraries

Southern Methodist University Libraries contributes select items for the Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary collection. See broadsides issued by the governor of Coahuila and Texas.

Joined: May 2009.

Southwestern University

Southwestern University is a private four-year liberal arts college in Georgetown, Texas and the first institution of higher learning in Texas. Special Collections at Southwestern University is the largest special collection of schools its size.

Joined: April 2014.

St. David's Episcopal Church

St. Davids has been a vital force in Austin since its charter in 1859, the result of blending the only two Episcopal parishes in Austin at the time, one Unionist and the other Confederate. This church has continued to provide leadership in important social, political, and cultural matters in every era since.

Joined: February 2012.

St. Edward’s University

St. Edward’s University is a dynamic, Catholic liberal arts university founded in 1881 in Austin, Texas, by Father Edward Sorin and Congregation of Holy Cross; it is the oldest institution of higher learning in Austin.

Joined: July 2017.

St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

Founded in 1852 by Marianist brothers and priests, this is the first institution of higher learning in San Antonio and oldest Catholic university in the Southwest. Its mission is forming people in faith and educating leaders for the common good through community; integrated liberal arts and professional education; and academic excellence.

Joined: May 2015.

St. Mary’s University School of Law

The St. Mary's University School of Law is part of the private, Catholic university based in San Antonio. First established in 1927 as the San Antonio School of Law, it now serves as an internationally recognized legal institution.

Joined: February 2015.

St. Philip's College

St. Philip's College is dedicated to providing an educational environment that stimulates leadership, personal growth, and a lifelong appreciation for learning while focusing on socioeconomic diversity. The Library has maintained a small, select archive since 1978, preserving college and historical documents.

Joined: February 2012.

Star of the Republic Museum

Located in Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site, the Museum's mission is to collect and preserve material culture of the Texas Republic.

Joined: May 2009.

Stella Hill Memorial Library

Serving the town of Alto and the surrounding community since 1957, the Library was a project of the Thursday Study Club and named after the club's longtime president. Besides its usual functions as a lending library and internet access point, it has long served as a repository for local history. The Library received a Tocker Foundation grant.

Joined: February 2012.

Stephen F. Austin University East Texas Research Center

The primary purpose of the East Texas Research Center (ETRC) is to collect, preserve, maintain and make available archival materials that support the educational and research goals of Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA) and the surrounding East Texas community.

Joined: October 2015.

Stephenville Public Library

The Stephenville Public Library was started in 1903 by the Twentieth Century Club, a local women’s organization. Club volunteers ran the library from their homes, and various locations in the city. In 1919, the Twentieth Century Club raised enough money to buy a lot and a library was constructed at the corner of Green and Erath Streets in 1924. This location was the site of the log cabin Major Erath lived in while laying out the city of Stephenville. In 1968 the United States Government offered the Post Office building, built in 1935, for sale to the city for $1.00, if the city would use it for educational purposes for thirty years.

Joined: August 2017.

Stonewall County Library

The Stonewall County Library preserves local history makes it accessible to the public without charge. The Library received funding from parties interested in their projects as well as the Loan Star Libraries grant, a direct state aid program for Texas Public Libraries to Stonewall County Library.

Joined: August 2010.

Sulphur Springs Public Library

The East Texas Town of Sulphur Springs is located in Hopkins County. The Library, which promotes learning in the community, also promotes preservation of important eras in the town's history.

Joined: May 2009.

Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library

The Library was established in 1907 and seeks to provide a secure and dynamic environment for learning to the community with access to informational, recreational, and educational resources. Through a combination of technology and traditional library services, the Library aims to adequately serve all citizens of Nolan County.

Joined: July 2012.

Swisher County Library

The Swisher County Library, located in the West Texas town of Tulia, serves to document the history and promote learning in the region. For the digitization of newspapers that align with this purpose, the Library received a Tocker Foundation grant.

Joined: March 2009.