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Valley Mills Progress

The Valley Mills Progress has served the community of Valley Mills, Texas since 1989. Valley Mills is located in Bosque and McClennan counties near the Bosque River.

Added: August 2018.

Van Zandt Area Newspaper Collection

Serving Van Zandt County and the cities of Grand Saline, Canton, and Wills Point, the Van Zandt Area Newspaper Collection represents this historic Texas county's publishing history.

Added: February 2018.

Robert Ray Vaughn Sunday School Artwork

A collection of Sunday school apocalyptic teaching charts created by Robert Ray Vaughn from 1951-1960.

Added: July 2019.

The Velasco Times

The Velasco Times contains more than 200 issues of the historical newspaper dating from 1891-1893. It covered local news and extensive advertising that is related to Velasco, a once thriving port city along the Gulf Coast.

Added: July 2012.

Dennis Vercher Collection

Named for journalist and activist Dennis Vercher. These materials, which include correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial documentation and press releases, relate to LGBT activism, legislation and HIV/AIDS.

Added: April 2016.


The Vestnik is a weekly membership newspaper whose name means "bulletin" in Czech. 2015 marked 103 years since Frank Fabian edited and published the first issue in Hallettsville.

Added: May 2016.

Fran Vick Collection

Audio and video recordings related to the work of Frances Brannen Vick, author, folklorist, publisher, and founding director of UNT Press. UNT bestowed honorary alumna status on Vick in 1998 and awarded her the honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, in 2000.

Added: November 2020.

Voices of the Eastern Shore

The Voices of the Eastern Shore collection features archival materials such as letters, accounting ledgers and legal documents from the Somerset County Historical Society and the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library at the University of Virginia that focus on life on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia from 1796 to about 1837.

Added: November 2023.
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