Art, History, Library
The Haley Memorial Library & History Center houses near 30,000 volumes related Texas and Southwestern history. The collections include material gathered by the founder, J. Evetts Haley, Clayton Williams,Sr., Dan L. Thrapp, Robert N. Mullin, and other notable historians. The Library maintains an archives of photographs, maps, documents, diaries, interviews, and correspondence that relate pioneer history of the Southwest. Highlights in the collection include the Charles Goodnight Interviews, which Mr. Haley used to publish Charles Goodnight,Cowman & Plainsman, published in 1936, and still in publication today. The archives is home to the Erwin E. Smith photograph collection, The Texas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Museum Archives, which includes the John S.