The Bertha Voyer Memorial Library, named for the library's founder and long-time volunteer librarian Bertha Voyer, is located in Honey Grove, Texas. The library began in 1962 as a project of the Hall-Voyer Foundation and is housed in the former Planters National Bank Building. The Bertha Voyer Memorial Library & Voyer-Hall Foundation digital collection contains photographs and documents dating to the community's founding in the 1840s as well as a selection from the personal papers of pioneering Dallas physician Dr. David Graham Hall.
For Faculty: If you plan to incorporate digital collections or items hosted in our digital collections in your classes, please notify the Special Collections Department of Gee Library so that we may work with you to identify and resolve any issues related to accessibility compliance.
For Researchers: Please contact the Special Collections Department of Gee Library should you encounter any accessibility issues (such as screen reader errors) while using the digital collections.
Andrea Weddle-Head of Archives and Special Collections Andrea.Weddle@tamuc.edu
Adam Northam-Digital Collections Librarian Adam.Northam@tamuc.edu