The William M. Logan Library houses the archives and special collections materials at Schreiner University. Collections include items that document the rich culture and history of the Texas Hill Country and contain materials such as, rare books, artifacts, photographs, manuscripts, maps, blueprints, family papers and newspapers. The library also houses university specific collections comprised of photographs, university and student publications, Schreiner Senior Theses, video and media recordings, faculty scholarship and memorabilia documenting the history of Schreiner as an Institute, College, and University.
William M. Logan Library
2100 Memorial Blvd.
Kerrville, Texas 78028
By appointment only, please contact Lisa McCormick at email@example.com to schedule your appointment
Special Collection materials are fragile, valuable, and in many cases, irreplaceable. Although the library strives to make access as easy as possible, the Library has taken certain measures to protect these items. Therefore, visitors must anticipate a time delay between requests and access of at least 48 hours.
Between May 12 and August 12 of each year, only limited access is available. Archival research assistance and access to unprocessed collections will be unavailable during this time. Please contact Special Collections at 830-792-7337 for additional information.
The Swingmasters were a regular feature and popular student group at Schreiner Institute in the 1940s. The 1943 Recall yearbook says the Swingmasters; "played for all Schreiner dances, held at intervals of approximately two weeks throughout the year, and had a number of dates for off-campus groups. Although hampered by continuous changes in the personnel of the group because of the calls of armed services, these lovers of swing music were always able to produce a good program, and contributed much toward the entertainment of the student body."
Would you like to partner with us to showcase an exhibit at the Library? For more information, please read How to Showcase an Exhibit at Logan Library and then complete the Showcase Exhibit Proposal Form. For information on creating a quick case exhibit, guidance on design and guidance on labeling, visit the Display Design Principals for Free Standing Display Cases page.