How to Access Genealogy Resources at The University of Texas Pan American in Edinburg, Texas

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The library of the University of Texas Pan American in Edinburg, Texas is the largest Library from San Antonio, Texas to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. Lucky for us it is accessible to researchers, I’ll be posting on latter posts about their books and collections. This post is just basically to make everyone aware that anyone is welcomed to do research.

The only thing if you are planning to check out books you will need to get what they call a Patron Library Card and the book check out limit is five. Also there is a cost of $25.00 to get your library card. Make sure to take your drivers license since they do require it.

The employees at the reception desk provided me with excellent service and registration was just a breeze.

Website: http://lib.utpa.edu/
Catalog: http://lib3.utpa.edu/search~S5/Y

P.S. – They have a lot of regional materials in their Special Collections.

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00612044786240692282 Amy Coffin, MLIS

    Thanks for the tip. I look forward to more posts from you about this library.

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