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A Vacation in Vermont.” Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. CCCCII.--VOL. LXVII, November, 1883.

Valentine, G. M. "Inventory of Washington Minerals, Part 1: Nonmetallic Minerals," Washington Division Mines and Geology Bulletin 37. 1949. 13-15.

The Value of Geologic Mapping in Mississippi. (The pamphlet gives some examples of the return in mineral production on the investment in geologic mapping.) (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)

Van Daalhoff, Hans. Mineral Locality Map of the Arabian Shield, Industrial Minerals and Dimension Stone: Marble and Others. Compiled by Hans van Daalhoff, Jiddah, Saudi Arabia: Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Directorate General of Mineral Resources, 1974.

Van Dine, Alan. Uncommon Structures: Unconventional Builders. Black Dog & Leventhal, June 1, 2001. 208 pp. ISBN: 1579121616.

Van Diver, Bradford B. Roadside Geology of New York. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, November 1985. Paperback, 411 pp., ISBN: 0878421807.

Van Diver, Bradford B. Roadside Geology of Pennsylvania. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, April 1990. Paperback, 352 pp., ISBN: 0878422277.

Van Diver, Bradford B. Roadside Geology of Vermont and New Hampshire. Missoula: Mountain Press Publishing Company, 1987.

Van Hise, Charles Richard. "A Tristise on Metamorphism," Mon. United States Geological Survey. vol. 47, 1904. (Rock flowage, pp. 748-762. Slate and schist, pp. 778, 779. Shale family, 892-894. Perlite-slate, pp. 894-898.)

Vandenbusche, Duane and Myers Rex. Marble, Colorado: City of Stone. Denver, Colorado: Golden Bell Press, 1970. (4th printing 1987) 227 pp. Denver: Golden Bell, 1970. (History of United States marble industry and Marble, Colorado, named for its marble production in the early 1900's.)

Vanderwilt, J. W., and H. C. Fuller. "Correlation of Colorado Yule Marble and the Other Early Paleozoic Formations on Yule Creek, Gunnison County, Colorado," Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., vol. 13, 1935. 439-464.

Vanderwilt, J. W. "Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Snowmass Mountain Area, Gunnison County, Colorado," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 884, 1937. 152-173.

Vanderwilt, John W. (under the supervision of) Mineral Resources of Colorado, prepared under the supervision of John W. Vanderwilt, consulting geologist, State of Colorado, Mineral Resources Board, Denver; prepared by the U. S. Geological Survey, under the general supervision of W. S. Burbank; Investigations of strategic mineral resources, by W.M. Traver, Jr., 1947. 547 pp. (Summaries of mining districts, mineral deposits, construction materials, and general geology of Colorado.)

Vanhove, D. (Doris). Roman Marble Quarries in Southern Euboea and the Associated Road Systems. by Doris Vanhove; with contributions by A. De Wulf, P. De Pape, L. Moens, Leiden; New York: E.J. Brill, 1996. ISBN: 9004104844.

Van Royen, W., Bowles, O. Atlas of the World's Resources. New York: Prentice-Hall for the University of Maryland, 1952-1954.

Van Royen, W., and O. Bowles. The Mineral Resources of the World. By William Van Royen, Oliver Bowles in collaboration with Elmer W. Pehrson and the staff of Economics and Statistics Division, Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior, New York: Prentice-Hall, 1952, 181 pp.

Vaux, Calvert. Villas and Cottages. New York: Da Capo Press, 1968. (Reprint of original 1857 publication). (Includes nineteenth-century designs which specify slate as the preferred roofing material.)

Veit, Richard F. “John Solomon Teetzel and the Anglo-German Gravestone Carving Tradition of 18th Century Northwestern New Jersey,” in Markers XVII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2000.

Veit, Richard. “‘A Piece of Granite That’s Been Made in Two Weeks’: Terra-Cotta Gravemarkers from New Jersey and New York, 1875-1930,”in Markers XII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1995. (ceramic, New Jersey, USA)

Vermont Marble Company. The Book of Vermont Marble: A Reference for Architects and Builders. 3rd ed., Proctor, Vt.: Vermont Marble Company, 1929. 45 pp. (This book is available for viewing on our web site using the link above. Also, this book is also available in other formats on the Internet Archive – Texts.)

Vermont Marble Company. Epitaphs (PDF booklet, early 1900s)

Vermont Marble Company. Getting Acquainted with Marble. (booklet) Proctor, Vermont.

Vermont Marble Company. Keeping Up With Marble: Sketching the Growth of a Great Industry and Telling Why Marble Has Kept in the Lead. Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont, The University Press, Cambridge, Mass., ca. 1912.

Vermont Marble Company.  Lettering in Marble: A few plates and a few words of explanation – all bearing on the subject of lettering as it applies to the memorial trade, issued by the Vermont Marble Company, Procter, Vermont (PDF), presented on this Stone Quarries and Beyond web site.

Vermont Marble Company. Little Pictures of a Big Industry. Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont, early 1900s, 27 pp.

Vermont Marble Company. Marble Color Plates: Imported and Domestic Catalog (PDF), Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont , no date of publication, 50 pp.

Vermont Marble Company. Sources of Memorial Ornamentation (PDF), by Henry Powell Hopkins, A.M., B.Arch., A.I.A., Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont, printed by the Barta Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1924, 44 pp. (From the Forward: “This brief outline of ornamentation as related to memorial design has been written under the encouragement of Capt. E.R. Morse of the Vermont Marble Company and in the belief that there is need for a simple and practical presentation on the subject. It is mainly for the memorial craftsman and his salesmen that this work is produced and it is the writer’s desire to make some contribution…to a better knowledge of memorial ornamentation in the retail selling field. Correct ornament invariably has an historic derivation which can be traced and which gains meaning if its origin and the structural or artistic reasons for its use are understood.”)

Vermont Marble Company. Vermont Marble Color Selector and Guide. Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont, 1976.

Vikram, K. (edited by). Directory of Dimensional Stones. Jaipur, Stone Technology Centre, 1986.

Vikram, K. Stone Industry in India. 1st ed, Jaipur: Stone Technology Centre, 1984. 198 p.

Viles, Heather A. Time and Grime: Studies in the History of Building Stone Decay in Oxford. Oxford: School of Geography, University of Oxford, 1994.

Viner, D. "The Iona Marble Quarry," New Iona Press, 1992.

Vitruvius.  The Ten Books on Architecture, translated by Morris Hicky Morgan, Ph.D., LL.D., Late Professor of Classical Philology in Harvard University, Harvard University Press, London:  Humphrey Milford Oxford University Press, 1914.  (Available on Project Gutenberg)

Vodges, A. W. A Bibliography Relating to the Geology, Paleontology, and Mineral Resources of California, California Mining Bureau Bulletin 10. 1896, 121 pp.

Vogel, John N., and Karamanski, Theodore J., with Irvine, William A. One Hundred Years of Roofing in America. Rosemont, Illinois: National Roofing Contractors Association, 1986.

Voskuil, W. H. Minerals in World Industry. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1955.

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