Judge Nelson W. Wolff, the person responsible for making Bexar BiblioTech (first all-digital public library in the U.S.) happen has self-published an ebook (available on Amazon.com) about the “evolution” of the library.
Bexar BiblioTech: The Evolution of the Country’s First All-Digital Library is look at the last two decades of libraries in San Antonio, from the building of the 240,000 square foot Main Library downtown [while serving as Mayor of San Antonio] to the new Bibliotech on San Antonio’s south side. It’s available on Amazon for $2.99. Proceeds go to the Hidalgo Foundation, founded by Wolff’s wife, Tracy in 2001. The non-profit organization supports various historical, literary and educational projects around Bexar County.
Here’s a brief interview with Wolff about the book.