Jake Zeitlin, Book Stalking at Home and Abroad, 1987. Limited edition (out of print); regular edition (out of print)
Powell, Lawrence Clark. Return to the Heartland : reminiscences of Texas Books and Book People, 1987. Limited edition (out of print); regular edition (out of print)
Marcus, Stanley.The Book Club of Texas, 1989. Limited edition (out of print); regular edition $12.50
Taylor, W. Thomas. The Plot of Bartolomé Pagés, 1990. Limited edition (out of print); regular edition $12.50.
Cisneros, José. My Life as an Illustrator in the Southwest. 1992. 8 pp. Signed, limited edition of 100 copies in boards, (out of print); regular edition in pictorial wrappers, $15.00
Lea, Tom. The Southwest : It's Where I Live. 1992. 14 pp. Signed, limited edition of 100 copies in boards, (out of print); regular edition in pictorial wrappers, $15.00
Davis, Ronald L. Roots in Parched Ground : An Interview with Horton Foote. 2003. [vi], 22 pp. Published to mark the occasion of Horton Foote's receiving an honorary degree from SMU and to express DeGolyer Library's gratitude for the playwright's gift of his papers. $10.00
Harris Jr., Robert O. Charles & Robert : A Literary Friendship. The Story of Charles E. Feinberg and Robert O. Harris, Jr. 2004. Noted Walt Whitman collector recalls his friendship with the dean of Whitman collectors, Charles E. Feinberg. Free.
Peterson, Anne E. The Southern Pacific Railroad : The Road of a Thousand Wonders. 2005.  p. Brief history of the SP, with illustrations drawn from a DeGolyer exhibition. Free.
Brettell, Richard R. & Russell L. Martin III. The Art of the Book : A Centennial Tribute to Stanley Marcus, Bibliophile. Dallas: Meadows Museum & DeGolyer Library, 2005. Includes Brettell on "The Nonesuch Library of Stanley Marcus" and Martin on "Minding the Books: Stanley Marcus and His Library," as well as numerous illustrations. $10.00
Peterson, Anne E. Two x Two : The Stereograph. 2005.  p. Keepsake on the occasion of the National Stereoscopic Association's meeting in Dallas and of an exhibition of stereographs from the collections of Robin Stanford and Banks McLaurin, Jr. Free.
Peterson, Anne E. Jack Kilby: The Eye of Genius. Photographs by the Inventor of the Microchip. 2008.  p. In addition to selected photographs in the exhibition, July 12-Sept. 21, 2008, includes essay by Anne Peterson on Kilby’s achievements as a photographer. Published with the Meadows Museum, SMU, and with generous support from the Texas Instruments Foundation. Free.
Taylor, Tom. Alone in the Vault: An Initiation into the Bibliophilic Mysteries. Dallas: DeGolyer Library, 2009. [20 pp.] DeGolyer Keepsake Number 12 has been designed and printed by W. Thomas Taylor and printed in an edition of 500 copies by Bradley Hutchinson at Digital Letterpress. The type is Berthold Walbaum, decorated with an array of Whirligig ornaments. $10.00
Smith, C.W. Meeting Mr. Tinkle. Dallas: DeGolyer Library, 2011. [7 pp.] C.W. Smith first delivered this essay, in slightly altered form, at the April 30, 2011 meeting of the Texas Institute of Letters in Dallas, on the occasion of his having been named the recipient of the Lon Tinkle Award for Lifetime Achievement. $10.00
Coomer, Joe. He sang at me : Marshall Terry, the SMU English Department and one writer's beginnings. [vi, 4 pp.] $5.00