El Progreso Memorial Library

301 West Main Street
Uvalde, TX 78801

830-278-2017

History:

In February of 1903, a group of Uvalde women met to form a new civic organization. El Progreso Club. They set three goals for themselves: self-improvement, civic improvement and founding a public library. Since that time El Progreso has lived up to its name as a progressive model for library services in Southwest Texas.

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