Val Verde County, Texas
Consists of printed material and copies of news clippings dealing with history of Val Verde County, Texas. Val Verde County was organized in 1881. Del Rio, the county seat, was established in 1871 on the Rio Grande River. Originally a farming community, the city has become a prominent point of entry on the Mexico-United States border.
Val Verde County Historical Commission (Texas)
Contains information on the county's natural relief, noted
individuals, and organizations. Also includes a literary production (Consuelo Gonzalez
Amizeua), printed material, and news clippings, several of which pertain to the
Van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne
Four musical scores: "Incantations for Obe and Piano"
(1999), "Cellano Rhapsody for Cello and Piano" (1997), "Contrasts for
Piano" (1996), and "Songs Without Words" (2000): all by Mary Jeanne van
Appledorn (Sisra Publications, Washington, D.C.).
Van Horn Chamber of Commerce (Texas)
Contains correspondence, financial material, printed material,
photographs, and scrapbook material reflecting the business and activities of the
organization, which include the Miss and Little Miss Van Horn contests, the Sun Princess
contest, the Annual Frontier Days Celebration, and the Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Van Zandt, Khleber Miller
Includes correspondence, financial materials, legal materials,
scrapbook material, printed material, and photographs. Bulks (1835-1965) with material
related to Van Zandt's Civil War, business, and personal experiences. Also contains
genealogical material, including the reminiscences of Van Zandt's son on the Mexican
Revolution and a copy of Van Zandt's memoirs which were edited and published as Force
Without Fanfare: The Autobiography of K. M. Van Zandt. For further
details, click here:
Veck, Lola Marie
Includes an autograph book (1892-1893) and a scrapbook filled
largely with news clippings of San Angelo area families, including several of Mexican
Veck, Sterrett, and Company (San Angelo, Texas)
Contains correspondence and a teller's cash book. Veck, Sterrett, and Company was a banking establishment in San Angelo, Texas.
Vega City Commissioner (Texas)
Contains correspondence, legal material, and financial material
pertaining to the office of city commissioner in Vega, Texas. Also includes the office
minutes from weekly meetings.
Vickers, Elizabeth Jarrott
Consists of correspondence and legal documents from 1938-1963. Bulks
with the correspondence required to secure a delayed birth certificate for Elizabeth
Jarrott Vickers. The material also reveals a portion of the Jarrott-Abernathy family
Vigness, David Martell
The collection consists primarily of printed materials dealing with
Latin America, including Latin American studies materials and periodicals. Also includes
records pertaining to Vigness' career as a graduate faculty member at Texas Tech
Consists primarily of family photographs, programs for plays, and a
financial ledger for the Allen Brothers Post #148 of the American Legion.
Vinograd, Sherman P.
The Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd Aerospace Exploration collection consists of
artifacts, books, correspondence, financial materials, newspapers,
photographs, plaques, printed materials, and reports relating to Dr.
Vinogradís early life, his career as an M.D. prior to joining NASA, his
years as a physician and researcher at NASA, and the other professional
organizations and projects in which he was involved both during and after
Vinograd, Sherman P.
The Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd Audio Visual collection consists of quarter-inch
audio tape, 16mm film, and VHS tapes relating to Dr. Vinogradís early life,
his career as an M.D. prior to joining NASA, and bulks with information
about his years as a physician and researcher at NASA.
Voll, Charles B.
Item is a photocopied manuscript entitled Archeological Excavations in First Fort Davis, Fort Davis National Historic Site, Texas compiled by archeologist Charles B. Voll who supervised the digging.
The National Park Service performed an investigation on the first Fort Davis located in the area of Hospital Canyon. It was abandoned and later the structures were burned to the ground. The excavation occurred from April 3 through June 7, 1968. Charles Voll of the Southwest Archeological Center led the digging. Von Roeder Seed Farms (Snyder, Texas)
1 microfilm reel (30 ft.) : negative
Consists of records of cotton seed breeding conducted by Von Roeder
Seed Farms, Snyder, Texas. The collection also includes a breeding book and financial
Vroman, C. R.
Consists of an account ledger of C. R. Vroman, who owned a mercantile store in San Angelo, Texas, in the early 1890's.
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