r Send the Observer for the period indicated to the library in the city listed below: CITY: [ 1 year [ ] 2 years [ ] 3 years If this library has been already selected- [ ] Send it to my second or third choice: [ ] Return my check and I’ll decide what to do. [ ] Go ahead and pick out another library. My name: Street City, State’ You may use my name in announcing the gift subscription. [ ] check enclosed [ ] bill me THE TEXAS OBSERVER 504 WEST 24TH AUSTIN TEXAS 78705 L Mertzon Mesquite Mexia Miami Mineola Morton Mt. Enterprise Muenster Muleshoe Munday Nacogdoches Nederland New Boston New Braunfels Nixon Odem Olney Olton Orange Orange Grove Ozona Paducah Palacios Panhandle Pearsall Pecos Pep Petersburg Pettit Pineland Plains Plano Pleasanton Pt. 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Richard Burges Eldorado Electra Euless Fabens Falfurrias Floresville Floy dada Fort Stockton Fort Worth Branches: East North Northeast South Southeast Southwest West Richland Hills River Oaks Freeport Freer Friendswood Friona Fritch Gainesville Galena Park Garland Branches: Nicholson Rowlett Sachse Garwood George West Georgetown Goldthwaite Gonzales Gransbury Boerne Bonham Borger Bowie Brady Bridgeport Brownfield Burkburnett Burnet Calvert Cameron Canadian Carrollton Carthage Castroville Cedar Hill Cleburne Cleveland Clifton Clute Coldspring Colorado City Comfort Copperas Cove Corpus Christi Branches: La Retama Greenwood Communities in Need! The John F. Kennedy Memorial Library of California State College at,Los Angeles subscribes to The Texas Observer, as does the high school library in Skidmore, Texas. All told, the Observer can be found in over 350 library reading rooms, including 30 in colleges and universities in other states. 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