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On Thursday, supporters of the Wittliff Collections gathered at Austin City Limits Live to pay homage to the late Bill Wittliff, honor Sally Wittliff, and raise funds for the further expansion of its collections. Above, Reid Witlliff, Barry Tubb, Sally Wittlif and Texas State University Dr. Denise Trauth pose for a photo. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

WITTLIFF CELEBRATION: Crowd gathers to commemorate 35th anniversary of The Wittliff Collections

AUSTIN — John Steinbeck once wrote, “Texas is a state of mind.” Throw in elements of the great southwest as expressed through writers, photographers, filmmakers and singer/ songwriters and look no further than The Wittliff Collections on the San Marcos Campus of Texas State University and experience the region’s spirit and culture.

Enhanced library IDs available for San Marcos residents

Above, the local nonprofit, grassroots organization Mano Amiga, along with HOME Center and San Marcos Public Library staff hosted a press conference Thursday to discuss enhanced IDs. Daily Record photo by Alyssa Gonzales

Enhanced library IDs available for San Marcos residents

San Marcos residents will soon have the opportunity to obtain a new and enhanced library ID card from the San Marcos Public Library.


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