DeGolyer Library Publications
DeGolyer Library offers a selection of fine books and exhibit catalogs, covering the fine arts, the history of the American West, the history of SMU, and more.
Book Club of Texas
DeGolyer Library is the institutional home of the Book Club of Texas. Founded originally by Stanley Marcus and other Texas bibliophiles in 1929, the Book Club of Texas was revived by Tom Taylor and others in 1989. It is open to anyone with an interest in book collecting, the book arts, and Texas history and literature.
Activities include a publication program and occasional meetings and lectures. Dues begin at $35 a year. Members receive first offers on new titles and reduced prices on the Book Club’s publications.
Library of Texas
The Library of Texas Series, jointly published by the DeGolyer Library and the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, attempts to make accessible various nineteenth-century books or previously unpublished source manuscripts in Texas history, newly edited, annotated, and introduced by contemporary scholars, with helpful indexes, all attractively designed, printed, and bound uniformly in cloth.