The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) refers to the agency in the state of Texas, United States that is charged with overseeing and assisting with state-wide library programs, meeting the reading-related needs of Texans with disabilities, and finally preserving and providing access to significant Texas documents.

The Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives & Library Building, located at 1201 Brazos Street in the Capitol Complex in Downtown Austin, houses the Archives, the Genealogy collection, a reference collection, the Talking Books offices, and the main administrative offices.

The State Records Center and Talking Book Circulation Department, located elsewhere in Austin, which houses the State and Local Records Management Division and the Talking Book Program's circulation department; and the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, located near Liberty, Texas, which serves as a museum focusing on Southeastern Texas and also houses a portion of the State Library's collection.

More information on the Wikipedia page [1]

It was established as the National Library of the Republic of Texas on 24 January 1839.

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The Wikipedia page on Texas is [3]

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