Molly Ivins’ Personal Library Can Be Seen at Texas State

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By: E&P Staff

Late columnist Molly Ivins’ personal library has been opened to the public at Texas State University in San Marcos.

The collection of more than 3,560 books was donated to TSU’s Southwestern Writers Collection by Molly’s bother Andrew Ivins, according to in Austin.

The books include biographies, historical fiction, mysteries, a cookbook, a Bible, and more.

Some have Molly’s personal notes and commentary, while others have inscriptions from people such as Maya Angelou, Jim Hightower, and even Nancy Reagan.

Ivins, who was with Creators Syndicate, died of breast cancer early last year at the age of 62.

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