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Overview

Ben F. Barnes Biographical Sketch

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Correspondence files (Part II: Lieutenant Governor), 1960-1972,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Office of the Lieutenant Governor:

An Inventory of Ben F. Barnes' Correspondence Files (Part II: Lieutenant Governor) at the Texas State Archives, 1968-1972



Overview

Creator: Texas. Office of the Lieutenant Governor.
Title: Records of Ben F. Barnes: Correspondence files (Part II: Lieutenant Governor)
Dates: 1968-1972
Abstract: These records include incoming letters and copies of outgoing letters, telegrams, news clippings, postcards, petitions, invitations, brochures, studies, opinion surveys, and periodicals. Records date from 1968 to 1972 and are the correspondence files of Ben Barnes during his tenure as Texas Lieutenant Governor. Correspondence, with attachments, is generally with constituents, officials, other legislators, and with members of state or federal boards, agencies, and commissions.
Quantity: 111.4 cubic ft. (total correspondence)
Location: Please note that these records are stored at the State Records Center. Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under the Public Information Act exceptions, these records must be reviewed by an archivist before they can be accessed for research. Records requested before 10:00 a.m. will usually be available for review by an archivist by 4:00 p.m. the same day. Records requested after 10:00 a.m. and before 3:00 p.m will usually be available for review by an archivist by noon the next day. See the statement in this document for further information.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in part with funds provided by the Texas Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board for the Texas Archival Resources Online project.

Ben F. Barnes Biographical Sketch

Ben Frank Barnes served Texas as lieutenant governor, Speaker of the House, and state representative. In his first political campaign, Barnes was elected in 1960 at the age of 22 as state representative for Brown, Coleman, Comanche and Runnels counties in West-Central Texas. He was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives by his colleagues in 1965 and became the youngest Lieutenant Governor of Texas in 1968, a position he held until 1972 when he lost a race for governor. Ben Barnes was born April 17, 1938 at Gorman, Texas and grew up on his father's peanut farm at Comyn, between DeLeon and Dublin. Barnes enrolled in Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in 1955, later transferred to John Tarleton College, and finally to the University of Texas at Austin where he graduated in 1960 with a degree in business administration. Barnes also attended the University of Texas Law School.

While a representative, Barnes served as chairman of the House Rules Committee and as vice-chairman of the Banks and Banking Committee. As Speaker, Barnes supported passage of the Consumer Credit Code, clean-air and water-quality legislation, legislation establishing programs for the elderly and legislation in behalf of the mentally ill and handicapped. During his first term as Speaker, Barnes led in the passage of legislation which created the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. He was instrumental in creating the Coordinating Board for the Texas College and University System and the Governor's Committee on Aging, in revising and codifying the Uniform Commercial Code, in raising teachers' pay, and in revising the Code of Criminal Procedure. Some of the major issues faced during his terms as speaker were redistricting, improvement of higher education, the promotion of tourism in Texas, and efforts to attract new industry to the state.

As Lieutenant Governor, Barnes witnessed the creation of two nursing schools, a dental school, three medical schools, and four senior colleges; an increase in the minimum wage; and the adoption of the Liquor Reform Bill. He backed legislation in the area of mass transportation, and legislation creating the Texas Rehabilitation Commission. Throughout his four terms in the two offices, Barnes was also interested in the issue of higher education.

President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed Barnes to his Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations in 1965. In 1968, Barnes represented the U.S. Department of State at the Committee on Agriculture of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Barnes represented this Department again in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Civil Defense Committee Conference in Brussels.

One of the overriding concerns of the 1972 elections was the Sharpstown stock-fraud scandal in which charges of fraud involving stock purchases were leveled against nearly two dozen state officials and former state officials. Though never directly implicated, Barnes' reputation was tainted by the scandal which caused him to lose his bid for the governor's office in 1972. Barnes retired from politics and became president of the Bennett-Barnes Development Company in Brownwood which was primarily involved in construction and real estate development. He also entered into partnerships and various business ventures, some with former governor John Connally.

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Agency History

The office of lieutenant governor is extremely powerful and influential in Texas state government. The Texas Constitution (Article IV, sections 1 and 16) gives the lieutenant governor power to act as governor in the event of the governor's absence from the state, or his/her death, resignation, impeachment, or inability or refusal to serve. The Constitution has also designated the lieutenant governor to serve as president of the Texas Senate. The current Rules of the Senate give the lieutenant governor authority to appoint all senate committees and their chairs, to decide all questions of order, to supervise all senate employees, and to determine the order of senate business. Texas statutes have made the lieutenant governor chairman of the Legislative Budget Board (which drafts the state budget) and the Texas Legislative Council (which is the legislature's main source for drafting bills); chair or vice-chair of the Legislative Audit Board (which appoints the state auditor) and the Legislative Education Board (which oversees state education policy); and member of the Legislative Redistricting Board (which redistricts house and senate seats after each decennial census).

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Scope and Contents of the Records

These records include incoming letters and copies of outgoing letters, telegrams, news clippings, postcards, petitions, invitations, brochures, studies, opinion surveys, and periodicals. Records date from 1960 to 1972 and are the correspondence files of Ben Barnes during his tenure with the Texas state legislature, including his time as Lieutenant Governor. (This second part of the finding aid includes files that cover strictly his Lieutenant Governor years, 1968-1972.) Correspondence, with attachments, is generally with constituents, officials, other legislators, and with members of state or federal boards, agencies, and commissions. Correspondents include such notables as Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ), Hubert Humphrey, George Herbert Walker Bush, Ralph Yarborough, and J.J. (Jake) Pickle. Topics of the correspondence include pending or proposed legislation, natural disasters in various parts of the state (hurricanes, tornadoes), welfare, job assistance, prisoners-of-war (POWs) and missing-in-action (MIAs) in Vietnam, the Apollo II landing, and welfare reform. Opinion surveys mailed to members of the National Federation of Independent Businessmen (NFIB) asked questions concerning blue laws, welfare, taxes, busing of school children, insurance, business affairs, and government rearrangement.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types. The researcher should note that the contents of the boxes listed below have been compiled from a list provided at the time the records were transferred. Archives staff have not had the opportunity to verify the contents of the boxes and, therefore, cannot vouch for the accuracy of the list.

This finding aid has been split into two parts due to electronic file size limitations imposed by TARO. Click here on Part I (State Representative correspondence) for the first part of the container listing.

If you are reading this electronically, you may click here on Texas Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Records of Ben F. Barnes to return to the main finding aid for records of this office. If you are reading this in paper, each of these finding aids is found at a separate divider within the binder.

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Arrangement of the Records

Correspondence files are arranged into three groups: those files covering the entire period (dating 1965-1971); those files covering Ben Barnes' years as a State Representative (1960-1968); and those files covering his tenure as Lieutenant Governor (1968-1972). Most records are filed according to a very detailed numerical filing system that grouped correspondence according to topics addressed in the correspondence. Records are in roughly chronological order within this filing system. Some correspondence is filed alphabetically by last name of correspondent. Incoming letters are often attached to copies of outgoing letters. All records remain in order as received.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions, an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 552). The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail, fax, or e-mail including enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information requested. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

In accordance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 306, Ben F. Barnes allowed public access to the communications between himself and his constituents on July 29, 2004.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Where necessary, records will be redacted or restricted to comply with the Public Information Act and the Attorney General's decision.

Technical Requirements

None.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Manuscript collections: Lieutenant Governor's Office, Barnes (Ben) Scrapbook, 1965-1972 (3 reels of microfilm)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Correspondence files, Records of Ben F. Barnes, Texas Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1995/037

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Secretary of the Senate on December 22, 1994.

Processing Information

Lisa M. Hendricks, October 1997

Nancy Enneking, September 2001

Tony Black, July 2004

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Detailed Description of the Records

Correspondence files (Part II: Lieutenant Governor), 1960-1972,
111.4 cubic ft.

[Click here on Part I (State Representative correspondence) for the first part of the container listing.]
Correspondence as Lieutenant Governor, 1968-1972
Box
1995/037-107 Accomplishments of the 61st Legislature--Regular Session, 1969
Legislation for the 61st Session, 1968
Legislation for the 61st Session, 1969
NFIB Questionnaires A-L, January 27, 1969
NFIB Questionaires M-Z, January 27, 1969
Box
1995/037-108 Consolidation, 1968-1969:
(For), 1969
Miscellaneous, 1968-1969
(Against) Letter #1 A-Z, 1969
Box
1995/037-109 (Against) Needville, Texas Write-In, 1969
(Against) Shallowater, 1969
(Against) Letter #2 A-T, 1969
Box
1995/037-110 (Against) Letter #2 U-Z, 1969
(Against) Falfurrias Write-In, 1969
(Against) Letter #3 A-Z, 1969
Texas Educational Microwave Project, 1969
Legislative research, 1969:
Alpha A-M, March 18-20, 1969
Alpha N-Z, March 18-20, 1969
Box
1995/037-111 March 21, 1969
Alpha A-L, April 2 and 7, 1969
Alpha M-Z, April 2 and 7, 1969
Alpha A-L, April 10-11, 1969
Alpha M-Z, April 10-11, 1969
April 14, 1969
May 2, 1969
May 5-7, 1969
Box
1995/037-112 May 12-23, 1969
May 26, 1969
May 27, 1969
May 28, 1969
June 9, 1969
June 10, 1969
June 11, 1969
July 13, 1969
July 14, 1969
July 15, 1969
July 16, 1969
Box
1995/037-113 August 11, 1969
August 12, 1969
August 13, 1969
Alpha A-L, August 1969
Alpha M-Z, August 1969
Liquor by the Drink (Against) (For Implied Consent and Chemical Test) A-L, 1969
Liquor by the Drink (Against) (For Implied Consent and Chemical Test) M-Z, 1969
Liquor by the Drink (Against), 1969
Liquor by the Drink (For), 1969
Abortion A-L, 1969
Abortion M-Z, 1969
Box
1995/037-114 Appropriations A-Z, 1969
Anti-Pollution, 1969
Bilingual Education, 1969
Condemnation, 1969
Daylight Savings Time--Against, 1969
Daylight Savings Time--For, 1969
District Courts, 1969
Drugs, 1969
Education for the Blind, 1969
Egg Law--Labeling point of origin, 1969
Equal Legal Rights, 1969
Guns--Firearms, 1969
Bills not accepted by the Governor 61st Session, 1969
General A-L, 1969
Box
1995/037-115 General Mc-Z, 1968*-1969
(*See file "S")
Highway Safety, 1969
Judicial Districts, 1969
Kindergarten, 1969
Learning Disabilities, 1968-1969
Library Systems Act, 1969
Midland-Odessa College, 1969
Minimum Wage, 1969
Meat-Poultry Inspection, 1969
Motorcycle Helmet Law (Cycle and scooter safety), 1969
Optometry, 1969
Peyote, 1969
Physical Therapist Board, 1969
Proprietary Schools, 1969
Public Utilities, 1969
Retired State Employees, 1969
Retired Teacher Pay Raise, 1969
State Employees Pay Raise, 1969
Teacher Pay Raise--For and Against, 1969
Tuition Increase, 1969
Tuition--Public Schools, 1969
Box
1995/037-116 Taxes (General), 1969
Vocational Education, 1969
Voting--Lowering Age, 1969
Welfare, 1968
Welfare, 1969
Texas Tech, 1969
Dental Practice Act, 1969
Insurance, 1969
Housing, 1969
Blue Law, 1969
Hospital Districts, 1969
Transportation (Agricultural Prod., etc.), 1969
American Government.-American History Course, Senate Bill 45-House Bill 162, 1969
Professional Nurse Practice Act, 1969
McKnight State Hospital, 1968-1969
University of Texas at Dallas, House Bill 303, 1969
Water Legislation, 1969
Vietnam Bonus, 1969
Briefing Attorneys for Court of Civil Appeals, 1969
Refusal of Service of Certain Persons at Barber and Beauty Shops, 1969
Workmans Compensation, 1969
County Clerk at Law, 1969
Creating State Labor Relations Board (House Bill 344), 1969
Permanent School Fund, 1969
Homestead Exemption to $3,000 for persons 65 years of age or older, 1969
Voter Registration, 1969
Landscape Architects S. B. 105, 1969
Implied Consent (House Bill 26), 1969
Marine Science (Coastal Resources), 1969
Relating to State Tuition Equalization for Resident Students (House Bill 451), 1969
LBD [Liquor by the Drink] and Horse Racing, 1969
Transaction Tax (House Bill 319), 1969
Tax on Distilled Spirits (House Bill 214), 1969
Crime, 1969
Campus Disturbance, 1969
12-month Public Schools, 1969
Fine Arts, 1969
Common Law (Senate Bill 203), 1969
Box
1995/037-117 Medical Schools, 1969
State Bar Act (Senate Bill 317), 1969
Obscene Films--Pornography, 1969
Recodification of the Credit Union Act (House Bill 576-Senate Bill 317), 1969
Frank Erwin Confirmation, 1969
Appointees--Confirmation, 1969
Judicial Retirement, 1969
County Commissioner elected at large (House Joint Resolution 37), 1969
Creating the Texas Private Employment Agency Regulatory Board, 1969
Sex Education Public Schools, 1969
Consumer Protection Bill, 1969
Dental School, 1969
Relating to eligibility (House Bill 737) certain students to participate in athletic events, 1969
Re: Organization, administration and financing of public school education; imposing stamp (House Bill 300) (Senate Bill 2), 1969
Re: Foreign trade restrictions, 1969
Psychiatric nurse technicians, 1969
Re: House Bill 55, 1969
Odessa College, 1969
Antiquities Code, 1969
House Bill 214 and Senate Bill 479, 1969
Commissioner Court; Fees to join associations, Senate Bill 50 , 1969
Senate Bill 175, Corpus Christi University (reverse chronological), 1969:
May 21-April 10, 1969
April 9-March 21, 1969
Aid to Private Schools, House Bill 949, 1969:
November 20-April 15, 1969
April 14-March 28, 1969
Chemical Tax, 1969:
May 27-April 11, 1969
April 10-March 10, 1969
Broadcast of Legal Notices, 1969
House Bill 661, re: the issuance of a law license to certain persons, 1969
Broadcast of legal notices, 1969
Swine, House Bill 293, 1969
PTA, House Bill 581, 1969
Redistricting, 1969
Laredo (4 year college), 1969
Psychologists, 1969
Name change Connally, 1969
Horseracing, 1969
Higher education, House Bill 1154, 1969
TSU [Texas Southern University] Law School, 1969
Abolition of Parks and Wildlife, House Bill 797, 1969
House Bill 467 Teaching a course on evil of crime and narcotics, 1969
Allowing Parks and Wildlife Department to contrast for the removal of noxious plants, 1969
Constitution revision, 1969
Documentary stamp tax, 1969
Star--Capitol, 1969
University of Texas at San Antonio, 1969
Migrant Workers, Senate Bill 728, 1969
House Bill 266 Poisoning Dog and cats, 1969
Box
1995/037-118 MTST [Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter] Letters to newspaper editors and publishers re: Aug. 5 election, 1969
Welfare Amendment, 1969
Water Amendment, 1969
Amendment #3 Legislative Salaries, 1969
Amendments, 1969
Tax on beer and liquor, 1969
Sales Tax, 71 names (American Association of Retired Persons Port Arthur), 1969
Sales Tax, 1969
Bonds--Municipal, 1969
Collection fees on tax, 1969
Documentary Stamps, 1969
Tax on Petroleum Products, 1969
Corporate Tax, 1969
School Districts, 1969
Repeal of Chain Store Tax, 1969
Security Transaction Tax, 1969
Interest rates for water districts, 1969
Redistricting Commissioner Prec [?], 1969
Food Tax, 1969
Conference Committee Tax report bill, 1969
Tax on vending machines, 1969
Tax on advertising, 1969
For one year bill, 1969
Ad Valorem Tax, 1969
Solid Waste Disposal Act, Senate Bill 125, 1969
Box
1995/037-119 3×5 post cards in alphabetical order, 1969
Box
1995/037-159 General A-Z, 1969
Consultants, 1969
Brotherhood Award, 1969
Unanswerable, 1969
Personalities, 1969:
Dr. R. Lee Clark
Hubert H. Humphrey
LBJ
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson
Madelyn Murray O'Hair
Walt Rostow
Box
1995/037-160 Racial Problems, 1969
Changes of Address, 1969
[Governors of other states?], 1969:
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Florida
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Maryland
Mississippi
Missouri
New Jersey
New York
Oklahoma
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Texas
Crime, 1969
Religion, 1969
History, 1969
Songs and Poems, 1969
Museums and Fine Arts, 1969
[Consuls General], 1969:
American
Guatemala
Israel
Japan
Nicaragua
Flag Request, 1969
Patriotism, 1969
Info and Reference Material, 1969
Periodicals about Barnes, 1969
Legal, 1969
Memoranda, 1969
Freight Rates, 1969
Student Loans, 1969
Loans, 1969
Pornography, 1969
Texas Navy, 1969
Certificates of appreciation, 1969
Rock River Woolen Mills, 1969
Taxes, 1969
Multi-state Tax Compact Advisory Commission, 1969
Kids, 1969
Appreciation, Thanks, Congratulations A-M, 1969
Box
1995/037-161 Appreciation, Thanks, Congratulations N-Z, 1969
Christmas, New Years-Thanks, 1969
Job Assistance A-Z, 1969
Sympathy, 1969
Info Request A-M, 1969
Box
1995/037-162 Info Request N-Z, 1969
Lists--30 different lists, 1969
MTST [Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter] letters re Texas Parade Brochures, 1969
Miscellaneous Inauguration '68 and '69, 1969
Recommendations January-December, 1969
Special Messages A-Z, 1969
Oil and Gas, 1969
Advertising and Public Relations, 1969
Services, 1969
Office Appointment, 1969
Federal Government, 1969:
Federal Government
Omar Burleson
Olin E. Teague
J. J. Pickle
Ray Roberts
Henry B. Gonzales
George Bush
Jack Brooks
O. C. Fisher
George Mahon
Richard C. White
Ralph W. Yarborough
Kika de la Garza
John G. Tower
Earl Cabell
Jim Wright
W. R. Poage
Mike Gravel
Edward M. Kennedy
Edmund Muskie
L. Mendel Rivers
Bob Price
General, 1969
White House- President, 1969
Vice President, 1969
Presidential Prayer Breakfast and MTST Letter, 1969
Box
1995/037-163 White House Conference on Youth and Moral Values, 1969
Legislation, 1969
Inter-governmental Relations, 1969
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1969
Department of Justice, 1969
Department of Public Housing and Urban Development, 1969
Model Cities, 1969
U. S. Department of Transportation, 1969
Office of Economic Opportunities, 1969
VISTA [Volunteers in Service to America], 1969
Department for State Agency for Internal Improvement, 1969
Selective Service, 1969
Immigration, 1969
Ozark's Regional Commission, 1969
Small Business Administration, 1969
Army, 1969
Navy, 1969
Commission on Marine Science, Engineering Research, 1969
Viet Nam, 1969
U. S. Treasury Department, 1969
U. S. Court of Claims, 1969
Social Security, 1969
Secret Service, 1969
Post Master General, 1969
ABM [Anti-Ballistic Missile] System, 1969
NASA, 1969
Agriculture, 1969
Federal Reserve System, 1969
Department of Interior, 1969
Department of Commerce, 1969
IRS [Internal Revenue Service], 1969
National Science Foundation, 1969
Veterans Administration, 1969
State Government, 1969
Governor's Office, 1969
Governor John Connally, 1969
Governor Preston Smith, 1969
Attorney General's Office, 1969
Regarding Title I of Family Code, 1969
Opinions Attorney General, 1969
Secretary of State, 1969
Joe Greenhill, 1969
Texas Mental Retardation Planning Study, 1969
Narcotics Study, 1969
Computers, 1969
Committee to Study Learning Disabilities, 1969
Teacher Retirement Study, 1969
Committee to study Legislation for Optometry Board, 1969
Committee to study Good Time for Prisoners, 1969
Committee to Study Tort Claim Act, 1969
Natural Resources Study Committee, 1969
Enabling Legislation for next session, 1969
Committee to study duties of members of legislature, 1969
Vocational Tech Training, 1969
Physical, social and intellectual needs of Texas children from birth to six years of age, 1969
Oil and Pipeline Study Committee, 1969
Utilities Study, 1969
Study Relationship between state and local school districts, 1969
Texas Study Committee, 1969
Insurance Study Committee, 1969
Taxation of farm, ranch, and forest lands, 1969
Committee to study oceanography, 1969
Box
1995/037-164 House of Representatives, 1969:
Malouf Abraham
Don Adams
Joe Allen
John Allen
Dave Allred
Maurice Angley
W. R. Archer
Robert L. Armstrong
Ben Atwell
A. C. Atwood
George Baker
Bill Bass
Tom Bass
Vernon Beckham
John R. Bigham
John E. Blaine
Jack Blanton
William Braeclein
Rex Braun
Jamie H. Bray
Steve Burgess
Robert M. Burnett
Neil Caldwell
Frank Calhoun
Oscar Carillo
Tom Christian
James H. Clark, Jr.
Jim Clark
Bill Clayton
L. Dean Cobb
James D. Cole
R. H. Cory
Tom Craddick
Lauro Cruz
Russell B. Cummings
Price Daniel, Jr.
Cletus A. Davis
Harold Davis
Temple Dixon
Hilary B. Doran
A. L. Dramberger
Jim Earthman
David Evans
Frances Farenthold
Bill Fincke
Charles A. Finnell
Dave Finney
Guy Floyd
J. A. Garcia, Jr.
Joe H. Golman
L. Dewitt Hale
John Hannah
Forest A. Harding
Ed. J. Harris
Jack R. Harkins
Joe Hawn
Clyde Haynes
Fred Head
Bill Heatly
Bob Hendricks
Lamoine Holland
Tom Holmes
Z. W. Holmes, Jr.
Ed Howard
Joe A. Hubenak
Cordell Hull
Jake Johnson
Delwin Jones
Edmund E. Jones
Grant Jones
Charles Jungmichel
Rufus Kilpatrick
Walter Knapp
Glenn Kothmann
Dan Kubiak
W. E. Lee
Ray Lemmon
Honore Ligarde
Frank Lombardino
Raul Longoria
James L. Lovell
R. B. McAlister
Felix McDonald
Dick McKissack
Jack McLaughlin
Aubrey L. Moore
Griffith Moore
Tom Moore, Jr.
Paul C. Moreno
Hudson Moyer
Raul Muniz
Merton J. Murray
Burke Musgrove
Gus Mutscher
Lynn Nabors
J. T. Newman
R. C. Nichols
Tom Niland
James Nowlin
Dean Nugent
James E. Nugent
Fred Orr
Carl A. Parker
Walter E. Parker
Charles Patterson
R. G. Pendleton
Ace Pickens
Bill Presnal
Rayford Price
Reed Quilliam, Jr.
Joe Radcliff
C. L. Ray, Jr.
Dick Reed
Renal B. Rosson
Joe Salem
Bob Salter
Henry Sanchez
Tati Santiesteban
Gerhardt A. Schulle
Chris Semos
Joe Shannon, Jr.
Tommy Shannon
W. C. Sherman
Richard C. Slack
James L. Slider
Will L. Smith
Neal Solomon
Vernon Stewart
James W. Stroud
Bill T. Swanson
Elmer L. Tarbox
Bob L. Thomas
John A. Traeger
Carlos F. Truan
Donald R. Uher
R. L. Vale
Arthur Vance
J. E. Ward
Ralph Wayne
J. D. Weldon
Leroy Wieting
Billy Williamson
Doyle Willis
John Wright
Former House Members, 1969
Senate, 1969:
A. M. Aikin
Jim Bates
Joe Bernal
V. E. Berry
H. J. Blanchard
Ronald Bridges
Chet Brooks
Joe Christi
Criss Cole
Wayne Connally
Tom Creighton
Henry Grover
Ralph Hall
Roy Harrington
O. H. Harris
Grady Hazelwood
Charles Herring
Jack Hightower
Barbara Jordan
Don Kennard
Mike McKool
Oscar Mauzy
William Moore
William Patman
David Ratliff
A. R. Schwartz
W. E. Snelson
Jack Strong
Murray Watson, Jr.
Charles Wilson
J. P. Word
Box
1995/037-165 Former Senators, 1969
Appointment to committees [?], 1969
Uniform state laws, 1969
Texas Civil Judicial Council, 1969
Judicial Qualifications Committee, 1969
Schools and Universities, 1969
Texas A&M, 1969
Texas Tech University, 1969
James Connally Institute, 1969
Midwestern University, 1969
Baylor University, 1969
Tarleton State, 1969
UT [University of Texas] at Arlington, 1969
UT [University of Texas] Miscellaneous, 1969
UT [University of Texas] Frank Erwin, 1969
UT [University of Texas] Geology Department, 1969
UT [University of Texas] Permanent University Fund, 1969
UT [University of Texas] University Interscholastic League, 1969
UT [University of Texas] Advisory Panel, 1969
Southwest Texas State University, 1969
Texas Southern University, 1969
North Texas State University, 1969
East Texas State University, 1969
West Texas State University, 1969
Sam Houston State University, 1969
Prairie View A&M, 1969
Howard Payne, 1969
Austin College, 1969
Tyler Junior College, 1969
Sweetwater Tech School, 1969
Texas State Tech Institute, 1969
UT [University of Texas] Permian Basin, 1969
Southwestern University, 1969
Rutgers State University, 1969
Board of Control, 1969
Texas Water Right Commission, 1969
State Board of Insurance, 1969
State Department of Health, 1969
State Commission for the Blind, 1969
Texas Department of Public Safety, 1969
Railroad Commission of Texas, 1969
Real Estate Commission, 1969
Coordinating Board of Colleges and Universities of Texas, 1969
Box
1995/037-166 Legislative Budget Board, 1969
Texas Water Development Board, 1969
General Land Office (Jerry Sadler), 1969
Texas Highway Department, 1969
Texas Aeronautics Board, 1969
State Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 1969
Texas Youth Council, 1969
Committee on Texas Youth Council, 1969
Texas State Historical Survey Committee, 1969
Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1969
State Auditors, 1969
Texas Education Agency, 1969
Comptroller of Public Accounts, 1969
Texas State Library and Legislative Reference Section, 1969
Agriculture Commission, 1969
State Securities Board, 1969
Texas Legislative Council, 1969
MTST letters by James Kuhn, 1969
Texas Industrial Commission, 1969
Board of Pardons and Paroles, 1969
State Department of Public Welfare, 1969
Bureau Labor Statistics, 1969
Texas Department of Corrections, 1969
Texas State Hospitals and Special Schools, 1969
Good Neighbor Commission, 1969
Texas Employment Commission (TEC), 1969
Box
1995/037-167 Texas Fine Arts Commission, 1969
State Building Commission, 1969
State Building Architects, 1969
Texas Tourist Development Agency, 1969
Austin State School, 1969
Watersheds Ex: Sabine [?] County and Water Project, 1969
Salt Retention Project, 1969
Water For Texas Conference October 27-30, 1969
Toledo Bend Project Sabine River Authority, 1969
Upper Leon Soil and Water Conservation Department, 1969
Texas Liquor Control Board, 1969
Texas Water Quality Board, 1969
Consumer Credit Commission, 1969
Gatesville State School, 1969
Optometry Board, 1969
Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 1969
Texas Turnpike Authority, 1969
Vocational Nurses, 1969
Barber Board, 1969
Commission on Law Enforcement, 1969
Professional Engineers, 1969
Planning--Program and Budget, 1969
Texas Commission on Indian Affairs, 1969
Banking Commission, 1969
Board of Nurses Examiners, 1969
Constitutional Revision Commission, 1969
Medical Examiners, 1969
National Guard Adjutant General, 1969
Veterans Affairs, 1969
Texas Occupational Safety Board, 1969
Rusk State Hospital, 1969
Public Surveyors, 1969
Criminal Justice Council, 1969
Textbook Committee, 1969
Rehabilitation Division, 1969
Private Investigators, 1969
Cosmetology, 1969
Symposium, 1969
Correspondence (Council of State Governments), 1968
Meeting of Executive Committee (Stowe, Vermont), 1969
Council of State Governments Southern [?], 1969
Correspondence, 1969
Hemisfair, 1968 1969
National Conference of State Legislatures, 1969
Citizens Conference on State Legislatures, 1969
National Legislative Conference [NLC], 1969
NLC Executive Committee, 1969
NLC Intergovernmental Relations Committee, 1969
Box
1995/037-168 Ford Foundation Intern Program, 1969
State Urban Action Center Inc., 1969
Easter Seal, 1969
Maine Trip, 1969
Heart Fund, 1969
Urban American, Inc., 1969
National Conference of Lt. Governors, 1969
Project Hope, 1969
U. S. Savings Bonds, 1969
National Governors Conference, 1969
Big Ten Urban States Legislative Leaders' Meeting Atlanta, Georgia, Nov. 19, 1969 1969
Christmas Seal (TB Association), 1969
Mexican Border Industrial Pr [?], 1969
Central Texas Council of Governments, 1969
Deep East Texas Develop Council, 1969
Organizations-General, 1969
Texas Social Welfare Association, 1969
NAACP, 1969
Teacher's Association, 1969
Texas State Teachers Association, 1969
Texas Farmers Union, 1969
Texas Restaurants Association, 1969
Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers, 1969
State Bar of Texas, 1969
West Texas Chamber of Commerce, 1969
Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers, 1969
Southwest Peanut Grower's Association, 1969
Texas Research League, 1969
Texas Manufacturers Association, 1969
Association of Student Governments Inc., 1969
League of Women Voters, 1969
National Association of Attorneys General, 1969
Association for Improvement of Reading, 1969
Texas Young Farmers of Texas, 1969
Texas Tourists Council, 1969
Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, 1969
Stephenville Chamber of Commerce, 1969
Texas Bankers Association, 1969
The Poetry Society of Texas, 1969
Texas Association of College Teachers, 1969
Texas Nursing Home Association, 1969
Texas Nursing Home Association MTST letters, 1969
MAYO, 1969
Ex-Students Association of UT [University of Texas], 1969
Mexican-American Student Organization (UT [University of Texas] at Austin), 1969
Texas Gulf Coast Parks and Historical Restoration Association, 1969
East Texas Peace Officers, 1969
Texas Association of Realtors, 1969
Mid-Continental Oil and Gas, 1969
Regional Plan Association, 1969
Lions Club, 1969
Jaycees, 1969
Cattle Raisers Association, 1969
Consumer Finance Co., 1969
Committee for the US Astronauts Forest in the Holy Land, 1969
Box
1995/037-39 2 folders of rough draft MT/ST [Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter] letters since 1970
1 folder of MT/ST lists
(names and addresses)--tapes are in Box One
Box
1995/037-40 Computer Information…
Boxes #1 and #2 with MT/ST tapes; Groups #1 and #2 with names and addresses
Box
1995/037-41 Computer Information…
Boxes #3 and #4 with MT/ST tapes; Groups #3 and #4 with names and addresses
Box
1995/037-42 Computer Information…
Boxes #5 and #6 with MT/ST tapes; Groups #5 and #6 with names and addresses
Partial Computer Run-Out from Arkansas
Notebooks with names and addresses
(these have been recorded but could not locate)
3 copies of computer information
(how to record information to be transferred in Arkansas)
Box
1995/037-43 2 boxes of MT/ST [Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter] tapes
(names and addresses of County Officials)
1 folder of MT/ST lists
(names and addresses of County Officials)
1 package with 2 MT/ST tapes
(names and addresses of County Officials)
Box
1995/037-168 Texas Independent Business Association, 1969
Austin Wood and Waters Club, 1969
Texas Association of Educational Technology, 1969
Mental Health-Mental Retardation, 1969
Box
1995/037-169 Telegrams (reverse chronological order), 1969-1970:
January-December 1970
Extent [12 folders]
January-December 1969
Extent [12 folders]
Mail summaries (reverse chronological order), 1969-1970:
January-December 1970
Extent [12 folders]
January-December 1969
Extent [12 folders]
Box
1995/037-47 NFIB [National Federation of Independent Business], 1970
Against LBD [Liquor by the Drink] (for implied consent and chemical test bill), 1970
LBD [Liquor by the Drink]--For, 1970
Abortion, 1970
Daylight Savings Time--Against, 1970
Daylight Savings Time--For, 1970
Guns--Firearms, 1970
General (more than one subject), 1970
Motorcycle Helmet Law, 1970
Public Utilities, 1970
Retired Teacher Pay Raise, 1970
Teacher Pay Raise, 1970
Taxes, 1970
Voting--18 year olds, 1970
Welfare, 1970
Insurance, 1970
Blue Laws, 1970
Hospital Districts, 1970
Professional Nurse Practice Act, 1970
Viet Nam Bonus, 1970
Relating to state tuition equalization for resident students at privately supported institutions of higher learning, House Bill 451, 1970
Crime, 1970
Dental School, 1970
Aid to Private Schools A-M, 1970
Aid to Private Schools N-Z, 1970
Amendments-general, 1970
Sales Tax, 1970
Greyhound Racing, 1970
Criminals--Repeat, 1970
Welfare, A-M, 1970
Welfare, N-Z, 1970
Proposed Legislation, 1970
Employment, 1970-1971
General A-Z, 1970-1971
Extent [12 folders]
Child Abuse--Health, 1970-1971
Courts of Limited Jurisdiction, 1970-1971
NFIB [National Federation of Independent Business], 1970-1972:
1970-1971
December 3-4, 1971
Box
1995/037-48 December 6-8, 1971
[5 folders]
Box
1995/037-49 December 9, 1971
January, February, March 22-24 and 27-28, 1972
Box
1995/037-50 March 29, April 11-13, 17-21, 24-28, and May 1-3, 1972
Box
1995/037-51 May 9-12, 18-23, 1972
May, 1972
1972
[2 folders]
Drugs, 1970-1971
Navigation Law, Permanent School Fund, 1970-1971
Bail Bonds, 1970-1971
Public Utilities, 1970-1971
Bonus Viet Nam, 1970-1971
Interest on Retail Sales, 1970-1971
Cycles-Motorcycles, Motorbikes, etc., 1970-1971
Meat Handling, 1970-1971
Pets, 1970-1971
Homosexual Law, 1970-
State Employee Pay Raise A-Z, 1970-1971
Pollution Agency, 1970-1971
Annual Voting Registration Repeal, 1970
Daylight Savings Time--Against, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-52 Daylight Savings Time--For, 1970-1971
Right to Work, 1970-1971
Income Tax, 1970-1971
Children, 1970-1971
Liquor by the Drink--Against, 1970-1971
Liquor by the Drink--For, 1970-1971
Appropriations A-Z, 1970-1971
Education--Non-Public Schools A-Z, 1970-1971
Boating Safety, 1970-1971
Voting--18 Year Olds, 1970-1971
Garnishing Wages, 1970-1971
Consumer Protection Commission, 1970-1971
Uniform State Law, 1970-1971
Courts--Increased to handle heavy loads, 1970-1971
Abortion A-Z and Write In, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-53 Tax Sources, 1970-1971
Tuition Increase, 1970-1971
Texas Coastal Area Winds--Insurance, 1970-1971
Transfer of Milk Inspection Responsibility, 1970-1971
Common Law Marriages--Against, 1970-1971
Immunization--Diseases, 1970-1971
Fire and Police Raise in Pay, 1970-1971
Environmental Act 1971, 1970-1971
Penal Code A-Z, 1971
Voter Registration, 1970-1971
Tax--General A-Z, 1971
Right of Way Highway, 1970-1971
Library Systems Act, 1970-1971
Mobile Homes, 1970-1971
Television and Film Rental Tax, 1970-1971
Higher Education Grant, 1970-1971
Commercial Explosives, 1971
Veterans Legislation, 1970-1971
Teachers Pay Raise, 1970-1971
Retired Teachers A-Z, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-54 Highway Safety, 1970-1971
Texas Law Enforcement, 1970-1971
Population, 1970-1971
Kindergarten, 1970-1971
Welfare A-Z, 1970-1971
Education for the Blind, 1970-1971
Parks and Wildlife, 1970-1971
Traffic Safety, 1970-1971
Family Code, 1970-1971
Upper Level Colleges, 1970-1971
Private Detectives Act, 1971
Homestead Exemption, 1971
Disposable Bottles, 1971
Pet Stores, 1971
Sales Tax, 1971
Tax Exemption 65 years old, 1971
Nursing Home and Letters Answered by Dr. Hyer's Office, 1971
License Plates, 1971
State Employee--Holding, 1971
POW-MIA, 1971
Election Code, 1971
Hospital Districts, 1971
Police Officers Reserves, 1971
Texas Tech Veterinary School, 1971
Insurance, 1971
Pollution--General, 1971
Optometry Law, 1971
Status of Women, 1971
Social Security, 1971
Automobile Insurance, 1971
Box
1995/037-55 Legislation to Outlaw Fireworks, 1971
Oil and Gas Mineral Rights--Forced Unitization, 1971
Scholarships for Honor Graduates Public Junior Colleges, 1971
Vocational Education, 1971
Ad Valorem Tax, 1971
Texas Motor Vehicles, 1971
Parimutuel Betting, 1971
Code of Ethics, 1971
Bilingual Education, 1971
Medical School, 1971
Doctoral Program South West Texas State University, 1971
Texas Municipal Bond Bank Act, 1971
Cigarette Tax, 1971
Dental Schools, 1971
Harris County Utilities District, 1971
News Sources Confidentiality, 1971
Osteopathic Medical School, 1971
Judges' Salary--Against, 1971
Redistricting A-Z, 1971
Hairdressers and Cosmetologists A-Z, 1971
Dairy, 1971
Crime-Ex Movies, etc., 1971
Learning Disabilities, 1971
Health Insurance, 1971
American Government requirement, 1971
Pornographic Movies Private Club--6th Street, 1971
School Tax, 1971
Chiropractic Legislation, 1971
Wire Tapping, 1971
Cosmetology Commission, 1971
LBD [Liquor by the Drink] and Horse racing, 1971
Banking Laws, 1971
Box
1995/037-56 Resident Tuition Hike and Write in from Stephen F. Austin and University of Houston, 1971
Employees and Employers Collective Bargaining, 1971
Veterinarian on State Board of Health, 1971
Auto Tax, 1971
4 Year Terms, 1971
Artist Laureate, 1971
Chain Store Tax, 1971
Increase the per diem and travel allowance for distributive education, 1971
County Revenue, 1971
Permian Basin Junior College into 4 year College, 1971
Proprietary Business, 1971
Bonds--Higher Education, 1971
Housing and Urban Development, 1971
Jury Wheel, 1971
Interest Rate, 1971
Texas Water Plan, 1971
Beer Tax, Liquor Tax, 1971
State Employees Retired, 1971
Coin Operated Machines Vending Machines, 1971
Court Reporters, Electronic Devices, 1971
Horse Racing, 1971
Firearms, Gun Control, 1971
Tax Bill, 1971
Jet Fuel Tax, 1971
Speaker and Lt. Governor Increase in Salary, 1971
Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas, 1971
Interior Design, 1971
Hospital Licensure Bill, 1971
Regional Planning Commission, 1971
Highway Location of Proposed, 1971
ADA, 1971
Tax-Hotels and Motels, 1971
Coordinating Board of Colleges--to contrast with certain private institutions for education of resident students, 1971
Safety--Bumper, 1971
Upshur County--Compensation for an assistant and secretary for criminal district attorney, 1971
Corpus Christi 4 year College, 1971
Wildlife Protection, 1971
Falconry Bill, 1971
Adult Probation Judicial Council, 1971
Civil Service Commission-State, 1971
Wheeler State TSU [Texas Southern University] Campus, 1971
Public Accounting Laws, 1971
Workmen's Compensation, 1971
Laredo Junior College Taxation District, 1971
Extraterritorial and Annexation Powers of Cities, 1971
Deaf Education Comm. [?], 1971
Phone Soliciting, 1971
Sunday Closing, 1971
12 Month School Schedule, 1971
Tax Cattle Feed Lots, 1971
Jury--Judgements less than unanimous, 1971
Physical Therapists, 1971
Junior Colleges, 1971
County Solid Waste Act, 1971
Foundation Programs Financing Public Schools (Senate Bill 864), 1971
Health Healing Art, Planning etc., 1971
Basic Water Resource--Data and Topographic Mapping Programs (Engineers), 1971
Seeds, 1971
Box
1995/037-57 Elected Officials' Salaries, 1971
Harris County District Attorney, 1971
Fishing License, 1971
Drivers License, 1971
Citizens Job Protection Act, House Bill 907 (Anti-Strike Breaker), 1971
Cemeteries, 1971
Autopsy Law, 1971
Mortgage Guarantee Insurance, 1971
DDT and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (Senate Bill 170, 234), 1971
Trial Reform Bills, Senate Bill 340-House Bill 566, 1971
Housing Finance Comp. [?] Sales of Bonds, Implement, FHA [Federal Housing Administration], Senate Bill 385), 1971
Permanent Registration, Senate Bill 51 and 95, party affiliation--18 year voters, 1971
House Bill 778-Senate Bill 455: To a kindergarten education by non-public schools, 1971
Providing union regulations for firefighters etc., 1971
Garage mechanics, 1971
Adoption, House Bill 598, 1971
County Auditor--Abolition of the office of, 1971
Boiler law, House Bill 1257, 1971
Adult education program, 1971
Home solicitation transaction, Senate Bill 430, 1971
Property damage by trans [?] (disposal by damage claims), 1971
House Bill 955 relating to the Texas Turnpike Authority, 1971
Liquor package permit, 1971
Insurance school, 1971
Transplantation or transfusion of human tissue, House Bill 740, 1971
Commission on Services for Youth and Children, House Bill 740, 1971
Selection of student (random) for UT [University of Texas], House Bill 794, 1971
Lottery--gambling, 1971
Consumer Credit Code, 1971
Permission to sue State, 1971
Natural Rivers System Act, 1971
Minimum Wage, 1971
Gasoline Tax A-Z, 1971
Amusement Tax, 1971
Dental Bills (Lab technicians), Senate Bill 246, Senate Bill 365, 1971
College faculty and salaries, 1971
Sodomy laws, 1971
Deed contracts, 1971
Central Staff Bill, Senate Bill 36, House Bill 401, 1971
Supplying fuel--fuel cost (gas and electricity, Senate Bill 540) empowering Railroad Commission gas line, 1971
County home rule Senate Joint Resolution 44, 1971
County superintendent's office, 1971
Professional negotiation bill (BD [?] and teachers), 1971
Corporate tax, 1971
County officials salaries, 1971
Occupational safety, 1971
Amendment voted on May 18, 1971, 1971
Branch banking, 1971
Copper, 1971
Self proved will, 1971
Liquor tax, 10¢ drink, 1971
Brick, 1971
Comparative negligence insurance, 1971
Agricultural chemicals, 1971
Human relations committee, 1971
Branding laws, livestock, 1971
Hospital changes, Senate Bill 684, 1971
Fish farming, 1971
Real estate fees, 1971
Pawn shops, 1971
Counties fees, 1971
Preservation of historical courthouses, 1971
No-fault insurance, 1971
Dallas--4 year school, 1971
Vehicle motor numbers, House Bill 1706, 1971
Board of examiners in watch making, 1971
Private and parochial schools into the university scholastic league, 1971
Volunteer firemen (Liability, Senate Bill 753), 1971
Assistant District Attorney appointment, 1971
High School equivalency certificate, 1971
State wide land use system Bill, Senate Bill 715, 1971
Constitution delegate for the Constitutional Convention, 1971
Multi-handicapped children, 1971
Soccer, 1971
Hot check law, 1971
Insurance liability for school owned vehicle, 1971
Tax exempt institutions, churches, colleges, social, civil and cultural organizations, 1971
Farming, 1971
Texas Foreign Trade Commission, 1971
Consolidation of city and county governments House Joint Resolution 40, House Joint Resolution 34, 1971
Juvenile court of Randall County, 1971
Call of Special Session, 1971
18 year old drinking age, 1971
Texas Message Registrations and Licensing Act, 1971
Shipment (by water) of stolen automobiles from U.S. ports, 1971
Box
1995/037-58 General A-Z, 1970-1971
Consultants, 1970
Awards, 1970
Unanswerable, 1970-1971
Personalities--by name of person, 1970-1971:
Alan Bean
L. Beckworth
Lloyd Benson
John F. Boyle, Jr.
F. Bryant
Robert Burck
H. E. Butt
Vicki Carr
Cesar Chavez
Durwood Curlee
Everett Dirksen
Mrs. Robert Dooley (Betty)
Box
1995/037-59 James Farley
Bee Fullerton
H. Humphrey
LBJ
Mrs. LBJ
Jim Kaster
Crawford Martin
John Mead
Mike Moncrief
Audie Murphy
Bob Northington
W. W. Rostow
Chester Rudnicki
Max R. Sherman
Harry Truman
James Wallace
Racial Problems, 1970-1971
Announcements, Changes of Address, Law Firms, etc., 1970-1971
Governors of other States (by name of state): 1970-1971:
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Texas
Utah
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Fairs and Festivals Aqua Festival, 1969-1970
Crime, 1970-1971
Religion, 1970-1971
History, 1970
Poems and Songs, 1970-1971
Museums and Fine Arts, 1970-1971
Consuls General, 1970-1971:
America
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Peru
Flag Request, 1970-1971
Patriotism, 1970
Reference Materials Governors Advisory Committee on Physical Fitness, 1970
Reference Material, 1971
Box
1995/037-60 Periodicals about Barnes, 1970-1971
Legal, 1970-1971
Memoranda, 1970
Freight Rates, 1970
Drugs, 1970-1971
Trade, 1971
Student Loans, 1970-1971
Juveniles, 1969-1971
Loans, 1970-1971
Pornography, Obscenity, 1970-1971
Texas Navy, 1971
First Day Issue, 1970
Conventions--Trying to get them to come to Texas, 1970-1971
Questionnaires, 1970-1971
Population Explosion, 1970-1971
Abortion, 1970-1971
Honorary Texans, 1970-1971
Riots, Youth, Student Revolts, etc., 1970-1971
Goodwill Ambassadors, 1970-1971
Pollution--General--Environmental, 1970-1971
Legislators of other states, 1970-1971
Minority Groups, 1970
Certificates of Appreciation, 1970-1971
Capital Punishment, 1971
Poet Laureate, 1971
Letters of Introduction, 1971
Nursing and Nursing Education, 1971
Legislation, 1970
Taxes, 1971
Texas Committee on State and Local Tax Policy, 1971
Sales Tax, 1970
Taxes, 1970-1971
School Tax, 1971
$15,000 Lounge, 1971
Ad Valorem, 1971
Multistate Tax Compact Advisory Commission, 1970-1971
Tax Consultant, 1970-1971
Kids, 1970-1971
Carrollton, Texas, 1971
Dallas--Government Class Write-in re Pollution and Drugs, 1971
Diet and Nutrition, 1971
Box
1995/037-62 Appreciation letters and thank you and congratulations A-Z, 1970-1971
Thanks for Christmas, 1971
Job Assistance, 1968
Job Assistance A-Z, 1970
Box
1995/037-63 Job Assistance A-Z, 1971
Sympathy, 1970-1971
Information Request, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-64 Lists, 1970-1971
Extent [55 folders]
Recommendations A-Z, 1970-1971
Special Messages, 1970-1971
Inauguration A-Z, 1971
Box
1995/037-65 MTST letters (thanks for participation), 1971
Special Invitations, 1971
Inaugural parade, 1971
Inaugural parade, 1971
Inaugural luncheon, 1971
Prayer breakfast, 1971
Inauguration invitation, 1971
Texas Parade, 1971
Oil and Gas, 1970-1971
Advertising and Public Relations, 1970-1971
Services (Direct mailing, etc.), 1970-1971
Data Processing, 1970
City Government, 1970-1971
County Government, 1970-1971
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1968
Wedding Invitations, 1970-1971
Office appointments, 1970-1971
Graduation, 1970
Box
1995/037-66 Baby Announcements, 1970-1971
Announcements of itinerary to Senators, 1970-1971:
A. M. Aiken, Jr.
Jim Bates
Joe Bernal
Lindley Beckworth
H. J. Blanchard (Doc)
Ronald W. Bridges
Chet Brooks
Joe Christie
Chris Cole
Wayne Connally
Tom Creighton
Henry Grover
Ralph Hall
Roy Harrington
O. H. (Ike) Harris
Grady Hazlewood
Charles Herring
Jack Hightower
Barbara Jordan
Don Kennard
Mike McKool
Oscar Mauzey
William T. Moore (Bill)
William N. Pattman
David Ratliff
A. R. Schwartz
Max R. Sherman
W. E. Snelson
Jack Strong
Murray Watson
Charles Wilson
J.P. Word
Federal Government, 1970-1971:
Federal Government, 1970
Omar Burleson, 1970-1971
Olin Teague, 1970
Jake Pickle, 1970-1971
Graham Purcell, 1970
Henry B. Gonzales, 1970-1971
George Bush, 1970
John Young, 1970-1971
Jack Brooks, 1970-1971
O. C. Fisher, 1971
George Mahon, 1970-1971
Richard C. White, 1970
Ralph Yarborough, 1970
Wright Patman, 1971
Kika de la Garza, 1970-1971
John Tower, 1971
Bob Eckhardt, 1970-1971
Earl Cabell, 1970-1971
Mark Hatfield, 1971
Jim Wright, 1970-1971
Carl Albert, 1970-1971
W. R. Poage, 1970-1971
Edmund Muskie, 1970-1971
L. Mendel Rivers, 1970
David A. Pryor (Rep. of Arkansas), 1970
Harold Hughes, 1970
House Clerk, 1970
Secretary of Senate, 1970
Claude Pepper, 1970
Wilbur Mills (House), 1970-1971
Birch Bayh, 1970-1971
Lloyd Bentsen, Jr., 1970-1971
George McGovern, 1971
Charles W. Sandman, Jr., 1971
Russell B. Long, 1971
Hubert H. Humphrey (HHH), 1971
John Dowdy, 1971
Wilmer Mizell, 1971
White House (President, 1970-1971
Vice President and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Task Force, 1970-1971
LBJ Ranch, 1970
Presidents Prayer Breakfast, 1970-1971
Extent [4 folders]
White House Conference on Youth and Moral Values, 1970-1971
White House Conference on Aging, 1970-1971
Legislation, 1970-1971
Electoral College, 1970-1971
Omnibus Crime Control Bill, 1970
Legislation (Safety and Health), 1970
Revenue Sharing, 1970-1971
Welfare H.R. 1, 1971
Intergovernmental Relations (Advisory Commission), 1970-1971
Department of Health, Education, Welfare, 1970-1971
Busing (Schools) A-C, 1971
Box
1995/037-67 Busing (Schools) D-Z, 1971
Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1970-1971
Model Cities, 1971
Office of Economic Opportunity, 1970-1971
McKinny Job Corps, 1970
Project Concer, Inc., 1971
Selective Service, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-68 Immigration, 1971
Small Business Administration, 1970-1971
Army, 1970-1971
Army Engineers, 1970
War College, 1971
Air Force, 1970-1971
Good Fellow AFB [Air Force Base], 1971
Perrin Air Force Base, 1971
Navy, 1970-1971
Commission on Marine Science, Engineering and Resources, 1970
Oceanography, 1971
Viet Nam, 1970-1971
Cambodia, 1970
Lt. Calley, 1971
U. S. Treasury Department, 1971
Social Security, 1970-1971
Secret Service, 1971
Postmaster General, 1970-1971
NASA, 1970-1971
Agriculture, 1971
Federal Reserve System Board of Governors, 1970
Department of Interior, 1970-1971
Oil Import, 1970
Big Thicket, 1970-1971
Internal Revenue, 1970-1971
National Science Foundation, 1971
Veterans Administration, 1970
Civil Rights Commission, 1970
Transportation, 1970-1971
Budget, 1970
Office of Emergency Preparedness, 1970-1971
Federal Housing Administration, 1970-1971
Medicare - Medicaid, 1970-1971
Court of Appeals, 1970
AFL-CIO, 1970-1971
Federal Communications Commission, 1970-1971
U. S. Court of Appeals--5th Judicial District, 1970
Atomic Energy Commission, 1970-1971
General Services (Surplus Property), 1970-1971
FAA--Federal Aviation, 1971
Civil Aeronautics Board, 1971
U. S. Department of Labor, 1971
United Nations, 1971
Conservation, 1971
Federal Trade Commission, 1971
Export, 1971
Supreme Court, 1971
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1971
State Government, 1971
Governor's Office, 1970-1971
Governor John Connally, 1970
Preston Smith, 1970-1971
State-Federal Relations Division, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-69 Stock Fraud, 1971
Wage Freeze, 1971
Trial--Stock Fraud, 1971
Lt. Governor's Office, 1970
Attorney Generals Office, 1970-1971
Re: Title 1 of family code, 1970
Opinions--Attorney General, 1970-1971
Secretary of State, 1970-1971
Constitutional Amendment, 1970-1971
Prayer Room, 1971
Supreme Court, 1970
Robert Hamilton, 1970
Price Daniel, 1971
Texas Mental Retardation Planning Study, 1971
Narcotics Study, 1970-1971
Teacher Retirement Study, 1971
Committee to Study "Good Time" for Prisoners Penal Servitude, 1970-1971
Comm to Study Tort Claim Act, 1971
Vocational Technical Training, 1970-1971
Study Relationship Between State and Local School Districts (18 Member) Min. Prog. Foundation, 1970-1971
Tax Study Committee, 1970-1971
Insurance Study Committee, 1970-1971
Consumer Credit Study Committee, 1969-1971
Oceanography, 1970-1971
Pre School Education Standard, 1970-1971
Natural Fibers and Textile Developments, 1969-1970
Water Code [Advisory Committee], 1970-1971
Beach, 1969-1970
Welfare System Reform, 1970-1971
Corporate Farming, 1970-1971
Committee To Study Park and Recreation Facilities, 1971
Texas Youth Service Study, 1971
Texas Coastal Resources Committee, 1970-1971
Cosmetology, 1970
Bail Bond Reform, 1970
Investment Income in Automobile Insurance Ratemaking, 1970-1971
Urban Affairs, 1970
Election Code Committee (House Committee), 1970
Committee of 100 (Speaker's), 1971
Box
1995/037-70 Senate Investigating Committee, 1971
Ad Valorem Tax Delinquent Study Committee [?], 1971
Early Childhood Development Council (Advisory Committee on the policy making committee), 1971
Intercollegiate Disciplinary Action Study Committee, 1971
Study of Land Use and Environmental Control, 1971
Committee to Investigate the Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 1971
Communication and Information System Study Committee, 1971
Legislative Property Tax Committee [?], 1971
Unemployment and Workmen's Compensation Law, 1971
Health Costs Study, 1971
Constitutional Funds (House Concurrent Resolution 83), 1971
Auto Repair (Investigation of Cost Increase, 1971
Merit System and Civil Service for State, 1971
Urban Education, 1971
Democratic Committee for Responsible Government, 1971
Livestock and Grain, 1971
Vacancy Statutes, 1971
Traffic Court Systems, 1971
Charitable Foundations of Texas, 1971
State Aid to Private Schools and Universities, 1971
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 1971
Marine-Related Affairs Council, 1971
Senate Committee on Occupational Education, 1971
Parimutuel Betting on Horse Racing, 1971
Committee on Faculty Compensation in State Supported Colleges and Universities, 1971
Historical Flags of Texas, 1971
Medical Costs, 1971
Licensing and Examining Board, 1971
Public Junior College, 1971
State Representatives, 1970-1971:
Miscellaneous
Malouf Abraham
Don Adams
Joe Allen
John Allen
Dave Allred
Maurice Angley
W.R. Archer
Robert L. Armstrong
Ben Atwell
A.C. Atwood
George Baker
Bill Bass
Tom Bass
Vernon Beckham
Joe J. Bernal
John R. Bigham
John E. Blaine
Jack Blanton
William Braecklein
Rex Braun
Jamie H. Bray
Steve Burgress
Robert M. Burnett
Neil Caldwell
Frank Calhoun
Oscar Carrillo (2)
Don Cavness
Tom Christian
James H. Clark, Jr.
Jim Clark
Bill Clayton
Sam Coats
L. Dean Cobb
James E. Cole
R. H. Cory
Tom Craddick
R. L. Cruz
Russell B. Cummings
Price Daniel, Jr.
Cletus L. Davis
Harold Davis
Temple Dixon
Tim Von Dohlen
Hilary Doran
A.L. Dramberger
Jim Earthman
Nelson W. Wolff
David Evans
Frances Farenthold
Bill Fink
Charles A. Finnell
Dave Finney
Guy Floyd
Bob Gammage
J.A. Garcia, Jr.
Joe H. Golman
Curtis M. Graves
L. Dewit Hale
John Hanna
Forrest Harding
Ed Harris
Jack R. Hawkins
Joe Hawn
Clyde Haynes
Fred Head
Bill Heatley
Bob Hendricks
Gene Hendryx
George Henson
Lamoine Hollon
Tom Holmes
Z.W. Holmes, Jr.
Ed Howard
Joe A. Hubenak
Cordell Hull
Gail Ingram
Jake Johnson
Delwin Jones
Edmund E. Jones
Grant Jones
Charles Jungmichel
James Kaster
Rufus Kilpatrick
Walter L. Knapp, Jr.
Lou Kost
Glen Kothmann
Dan Kubiak
W.E. Lee
Ray Lemon
Honore Ligarde
Frank Lombardino
Raul Longoria
James L. Lovell
R.B. McAlister
Felix McDonald
Dick McKissack
Jack McLaughlin
Walter Mengden
Mike Moncrief
Aubry L. Moore
Griffith Moore
Tom Moore, Jr.
Paul C. Moreno
Hudson Moyer
Raul Muniz
Menton J. Murray
Burke Muskgrove
Gus Mutscher
Lynn Nabers
J. T. Newman
Jon Newton
R.C. Nichols
Tom Niland
Bob Northington
James Nowlin
Dean Neugent
James E. Nugent
Jack C. Ogg
Fred Orr
Carl Parker
Walter E. Parker
Charles Patterson
Ace Pickens
W.C. Pickett
John H. Poerner
H. Brian Poff
Bill Presnal
Rayford Price
Joe Ratcliff
C.L. Ray
Dick Reed
Lindsey Rodriquez
Reynold Ronson
Joe Salem
Bob Salter
Henry Sanchez
Tati Santiesteban
Gerhardt A. Schulle
Chris Semos
Joe Shannon Jr.
Tommy Shannon
Mac Sherman
W.C. Sherman
E.L. Short
Paul Silber
Richard C. Slack
James L. Slider
Bill L. Smith
Neal Solomon
Joe Spurlock
James Stroud
Bill T. Swanson
Elmer L. Tarbox
Bob L. Thomas
John Traeger
Carlos Truan
Donald R. Uher
R.L. Vale
Arthur Vance
J. E. Ward
Ralph Wayne
J. D. Weldon
Leroy Wieting
Lindon Williams
Billy Williamson
Doyle Willis
John Wright
General File
Box
1995/037-71 Former Members, 1970-1971
Senate, 1970-1971:
A.M. Aiken
Jim Bates
Lindley Beckworth
Joe Bernal
H.J. Blanchard
V.E. Berry
Ronald Bridges
Chet Brooks
Joe Christie
Chris Cole
Wayne Connally
Tom Creighton
Jeff Davis
Joe Golman
Henry Grover
Ralph Hall
Roy Harrington
O.H. Harris
Grady Hazlewood
Charles Herring
Jack Hightower
Barbara Jordan
Don Kennard
Glen Kothman
Mike McKool
Oscar Mauzy
William Moore
Menton Murray
William Patman
David Ratliff
A.R. Schwartz
Max Sherman
W.E. Snelson
Jack Strong
Jim Wallace
Murray Watson
Charles Wilson
J.P. Word
Charlie Schnabel
Senator's Austin addresses and phone numbers
Former Senators, 1971
Appointments to Committees, 1970-1971
Uniform State Laws, 1970-1971
Court of Criminal Appeals, 1970-1971
Court of Civil Appeals, 1970-1971
Schools and Universities, 1970-1971
Texas A&M University, 1970-1971
Texas Tech, 1970-1971
James Connally Institute, 1970
Hardin-Simmons, 1971
Baylor, 1970
Tarleton State, 1970
University of Texas at El Paso, 1970-1971
University of Texas at Arlington, 1970-1971
McMurry, 1971
Texas Woman's University, 1971
University of Texas at Austin, 1969-1971:
UT [University of Texas]--Frank Erwin, 1970-1971
UT [University of Texas]--John Peace, 1971
Box
1995/037-72 UT [University of Texas]--Geology Department, 1970-1971
UT [University of Texas]--12th Anniversary Report of the Balcones Research Center, 1969
UT [University of Texas]--Silber, 1970
UT [University of Texas]--Interscholastic League, 1970-1971
UT [University of Texas] Advisory Panel, 1970
UT [University of Texas] Advisory Council, 1970
M. D. Anderson Hospital, 1971
LBJ School of Public Affairs, 1970
Pre Legislative Conference, Nov. 23-25, 1970
UT--University of Texas Medical Branch--Galveston, 1971
Southwest Texas State, 1970-1971
Texas Southern University, 1970-1971
Angelo State College, 1970-1971
North Texas State University, 1970-1971
University of Houston, 1971
East Texas State, 1970
Texas A&I, 1970
West Texas State University, 1971
Sam Houston State, 1970-1971
Prairie View A&M College, 1970-1971
Howard Payne, 1971
Tyler Junior College, 1971
University of Texas at Dallas, 1971
University of Texas at the Permian Basin, 1971
MIT [Massachusetts Institute of Technology], 1970
Brazosport Junior College, 1970-1971
Rutgers-the State University Eagleton Institute, 1969-1971
Galveston Junior College, 1970
Temple Junior College, 1971
Western Texas College, 1970
Dallas Baptist College, 1970
Wharton County Junior College, 1970-1971
Grayson County College, 1970
Texas Southmost College, 1970
Central Texas College, 1970-1971
Bishop College, 1970
University of Texas at San Antonio, 1970
Odessa, 1971
Notre Dame, 1971
Wisconsin University, 1971
East Texas Baptist College, 1971
Texarkana Junior College, 1971
Board of Control; re Prayer Room, 1970
Board of Control, 1970-1971
Texas Water Rights Commission, 1971
State Board of Insurance, 1970
State Board of Insurance--H.A. Bullock, 1970
Box
1995/037-73 State Board of Insurance, 1971
Texas State Department of Health (Jim Peavy), 1970-1971
Texas State Department of Health--Sheldon Garbage Dump, 1970
State Commission for the Blind, 1970-1971
Texas Department of Public Safety, 1970-1971
DPS [Department of Public Safety]--Lubbock Disaster, 1970
DPS--San Marcos, 1970
DPS--Jasper Strike, 1971
DPS--Beulah, 1971
DPS--Fern and Edith, 1971
Railroad Commission of Texas, 1970-1971
Texas Real State Commission, 1970-1971
Coordinating Board, Texas Colleges and Universities System, 1970
Box
1995/037-74 Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System, 1971
Water Pollution Control Board, 1970-1971
Legislative Budget Board (Tom Keel), 1970-1971
Texas Water Development Board, 1970-1971
General Land Office, 1970-1971
Texas Highway Department, 1970-1971
Texas Highway Department MTST Letter re construction of FM Road Between RM Roads 587 and 2318, October 2, 1970
State Highway Department 27th Biennial Report, 1968-1970
Texas Aeronautics Commission, 1970-1971
State Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 1970-1971
Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Annual Report, 1970
Mental Health and Mental Retardation Report Summary Organization and Management Study, 1971
Texas Youth Council, 1970-1971
Texas State Historical Committee, 1971
Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-75 Texas Parks and Wildlife Mustang Island, 1970-1971
State Auditor, 1970-1971
Texas Education Agency (TEA), 1970-1971
TEA--Teaching of Crime and Narcotics Advisory Committee [?], 1971
Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA), 1970-1971
CPA--Biennial Report, 1971
State Board of Morticians, 1971
Texas State Library and Legislative Reference Section, 1970-1971
Texas Commission on Higher Education, 1971
Agriculture Commission, 1970-1971
State Securities Board, 1970-1971
Texas Legislative Council, 1970-1971
Texas Legislative Council--John B. Shepperd Jr. Library, 1970-1971
Texas Industrial Commission, 1970-1971
Board of Pardons and Paroles, 1970-1971
Institute of Texan Cultures, 1970
State Treasury, 1970-1971
State Department Public Welfare, 1970
Navarro County Welfare Problem, 1970
State Department Public Welfare A-B, 1971
Box
1995/037-76 Department of Public Welfare C-Z, 1971
Bureau Labor Statistics, 1970
Texas Department of Corrections, 1970-1971
Texas State Hospitals and Special Schools, 1970-1971
Good Neighbor Commission, 1970-1971
Texas Employment Commission, 1970-1971
Employees Retirement System of Texas, 1970-1971
Fine Arts Commission, 1970-1971
State Building Commission, 1970-1971
Texas Tourist Development Agency, 1970-1971
Austin State School, 1970
Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1971
Watersheds, 1969-1971:
Trinity River Authority
Sulphur River Basin
Lake Proctor
Corpus Christi Water Exchange Pass
Tennessee Colony Multi-purpose lake
Upper Sabine Project (Mineola, Lake Fork Big Sandy Reservoirs)
Toledo Bend Project, Sabine River Authority, 1970
Upper Leon Soil and Water Conservation District, 1970-1971
Texas Liquor Control Board, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-77 Texas Water Quality Board, 1970
Sewage Treatment Facilities, 1970
Texas Water Quality Board, 1970-1971
Coastal Bays Pollution, 1970
Texas Air Control Board, 1970-1971
Industrial Accident Board, 1970-1971
Industrial Relations Conference, 1970
Consumer Credit Commissioner, 1970-1971
Brazos River Authority, 1971
Gatesville State School, 1970-1971
Texas National Guard Armory Board, 1969-1971
Vocational Nurses, 1970-1971
Barber Board, 1971
Professional Engineers, 1970-1971
Planning--Region Programming and Budget, 1970-1971
Texas Commission of Indian Affairs, 1970-1971
Banking Commission, 1970-1971
Board Nurses Examiners, 1970-1971
Constitutional Revision Commission, 1970-1971
Medical Examiners, 1970-1971
Veterans Affairs, 1970-1971
Texas Occupational Safety Board, 1970
Rusk State Hospital, 1970-1971
Criminal Justice Council, 1970-
Antiquity Commission, 1970-1971
Rehabilitation Commission, 1970-1971
Private Investigator, 1970
Cosmetology, 1970-1971
Alcoholism, 1971
Texas Private Employment Regulatory Board, 1971
Drug Tour A-Z, 1970
Crime and Narcotics Advisory Commission Anaminous [?], 1970
Crime and Narcotics Advisory Commission A-D, 1970
Box
1995/037-78 Crime and Narcotics Advisory Commission E-Z, 1970
Drug Seminar, 1970
Crime and Narcotics Advisory Commission, 1971
Committee on Drug Abuse, 1971
Harris County Drug Program, 1970-1971
State Agenda (Drug Abuse Program, 1970
Technical-Vocational Education in Texas Advisory Council, 1970-1971
State Board of Education, 1970
Polygraph Board, 1970
Texas Penal Code, 1970
Aging, 1970-1971
Finance Commission, 1970
State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, 1971
Teacher Retirement, 1970-1971
Status of Women, 1970
Board of County and District Road Indebtedness, 1970
Texas Boxing Commission, 1970-1971
Texas Urban Development Comm. [?], 1971
Battleship Texas Commission, 1971
Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission, 1971
Texas Ranger Commemorative Commission, 1971
American Revolutionary Bicentennial Commission of Texas, 1971
Municipal Retirement System, 1971
John F. Kennedy Memorial Commission, 1971
Mobile Home Performance Certification Board, 1971
Symposium '67 (Dyslexia), 1970-1971
Council of State Governments--Southern, 1970-1971
Hemisfair '68 ITC, 1970
National Conference of State Legislators Leaders, 1970-1971
Citizens Conference on State Legislature, 1970-1971
National Legislative Conference, 1970
Intergovernmental Relations Committee, 1970
Conference in Utah, 1970
Summary of Conference in Utah, 1970
National Legislative Council, 1971
Task Force Committee on Urban Affairs, 1969-1970
March of Dimes, 1971-1972
United Fund, 1971
Texas Partners of the Alliance, 1970
Easter Seal, 1970-1971
Heart Fund, 1970-1971
Urban American, Inc., 1970
National Conference of Lieutenant Governors, 1970-1971
Box
1995/037-79 Project Hope, 1970-1971
Task Force on Student Assistance of the Education Commission of the States, 1970
Education Commission of the States, 1970-1971
U. S. Savings Bond, 1970-1971
National Governors Conference, 1970
Christmas Seal (TB [Tuberculosis] Association), 1970
Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library, and Hall of Fame, 1970
Interstate Oil Company Commission (IOCC), 1970
Institute of Urban Studies, 1970
Southwest Research Institute, 19711
Texas Partners of the Americas, 1971
Sports Hall of Fame, 1970
Heart of Texas Council of Governments, 1971
Blue Cross, 1971
South Regional Education Board, 1971
Organizations, 1969
Texas Real Estate Association, 1971
Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, 1970
American Legion, 1970-1971
American Cancer Society, 1970-1971
Associated General Contractors, 1970
Teachers' Association (General), 1970
Texas Motor Transportation Association, 1971
Texas Farmers Union, 1970
Texas Good Roads Association, 1970
Texas Restaurants Association, 1971
Texas Public Employees Association, 1970-1971
Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers, 1970
State Bar of Texas, 1971
Youth Conference--Sonny Davis, 1971
Guest Coaches Association, 1971
East Texas Chamber of Commerce, 1969-1971
Texas Classroom Teachers Association, 1971
Texas Research League, 1970-1971
Texas Farm Bureau, 1970
County Judges and Commissioners Association, 1970
Texas Nurses Association, 1970
Labor Organizations, 1970-1971
Texas Manufacturing Association, 1970-1971
Texas Society of Professional Engineers, 1970
League of Women Voters, 1970
The Poetry Society of Texas, 1970
Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT), 1970-1971
Texas Nursing Home Association, 1971
Ex Students Association University of Texas, 1970
Texas Safety Association, 1970
Texas Association of Counties, 1970
Lions, 1970-1971
Jaycees, 1970-1971
Consumer Finance Companies (Association of), 1971
YMCA, 1970
TEAM (Texans for the Educational Advancement of Mexican Americans), 1970
El Paso Chamber of Commerce, 1970
Metropolitan Chief Probation Officers Association, 1970
Texas Vending Association, 1970-1971
National Association of Mental Retardation, 1970
Rotary Club of Dallas, 1970
Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, 1970
American Revolution, Sons of, 1970
American Bar Association, 1970-1971
Youth Guidance Comm. [?] (Tomorrow's American Citizens Today), 1970
Texas Pharmaceutical Association, 1970
Hotel and Motel Association, 1970
Shriners, 1970
Girl Scouts, 1970
Texas Association for Mental Health, 1970-1971
Salvation Army, 1970
FHA [Federal Housing Administration], 1970
Camp Fire Girls, 1970-1971
Zero Population Growth, 1970
Consulting Engineers Councils of Texas, 1970
Box
1995/037-80 Texas Association of Legal Secretaries, 1970
ACARPS, Inc. (Harris County), 1970
Southwest Research Institute--Houston, 1970
Alamo Area Council of Governments, 1970
4-H, 1970-1971
League of United Latin American Citizens, LULAC, 1970-1971
Texas United Community Services (UCS), 1970
Houston Bar Association, 1970
Texas Press, 1970
Texas Society of Architects, 1971
Hospital Association of Texas, 1971
UNICEF, 1970
Texas Intercollegiate Student Association, 1971
Youth Foundation, 1970
County Auditors Association, 1971
Texas Daily Newspaper Association, 1971
Citizens--Environmental Coalition, 1971
Harris County Community Action Association, 1971
National Movement for the Student Vote, 1971
Crusade for Christ, 1971
Texas Veterinary Medical Association, 1971
YWCA [Young Womens Christian Association], 1971
IRAN - American Society, 1971
Childrens World, Inc., 1971
Chamber of Commerce--Austin, 1971
Texas Association of Home Aging, 1971
National Tax Association seminar, 1971
Texas State Historical Association, 1971
Coalition for a National Population Policy, 1971
San Antonio Conservation Society, 1971
Texas Consumer Association, 1971
American GI Forum, 1971
Cigarroa Foundation, 1971
Municipal Advisory Council of Texas, 1971
Boy Scouts of America, 1971
Retarded Children (Texas Association for), 1971
Reserve Law Officers, 1971
Rotary Club of Houston--Vince Lombardi Award, 1971
Texas Conservation Foundation, 1971
Texas Junior College Teachers Association, 1971
Foundation Management, Inc., 1971
Texas Constitution Project, 1971
Citizens for a Better Texas Legislature, 1971
Box
1995/037-233 Christmas cards received, 1970:
1970
Box
1995/037-213 Original green cards, A-K
Box
1995/037-214 Original green cards, K-Z
Box
1995/037-225 P.O.W.s [Prisoner of War] 1970-1971:
Card files, 1970 [(4 boxes]
Box
1995/037-226 Card files, 1970
[3 boxes]
MT/ST [Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter] tapes, 1970
[8 tapes in one box]
Box
1995/037-227 Lists of names and address, 1971
[3]
Yes: A-Z, 1971
No: A-Z, 1971
Requests: A-Z, 1971
Miscellaneous (trip), A-Z, 1971
Miscellaneous, 1971
[3 folders]

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