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Materials from the Val Verde County Historical Commission include images during the Historical Resources Survey of Del Rio in 1976, featuring local area homes, businesses, and churches.
Victoria College/University of Houston-Victoria presents over 200 photographs belonging to J.D. Mitchell, a rancher in Calhoun County who would later serve as a Texas state representative. The photographs depict ranching practices, hunting and the topography of Calhoun and Victoria County.
The Virgil and Josephine Gordon Memorial Library has provided over 100 photographs, letters, deeds, and school records to the Portal to Texas History that concern the towns of San Felipe de Austin, Sealy, Frydek, Wallis, Cat Spring, Industry, Millheim, New Ulm, and Peters. The materials date from as early as 1870 and reflect many aspects of the Austin County area.