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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers

Descriptive Summary

CreatorBentsen, Lloyd
TitleLloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers
Dates: 1921-1998
Abstract:Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).
Accession No.AR 88-066; 88-370; 88-395; 89-072; 90-100; 90-287; 91-002; 91-010; 91-028; 91-046; 91-047; 91-135; 91-182; 91-344; 92-043; 92-149; 92-165; 92-359; 93-061; 93-138; 93-162; 93-188; 93-239; 94-269; 94-347; 95-005; 95-017; 95-029; 95-064; 95-167; 95-210; 96-237; 96-274; 96-289; 97-092; 97-098; 98-236; 98-246; 99-175; 99-199; 2000-180; 2000-185; 2000-269; 2002-067
Extent2687 cubic feet
LanguageMaterials are in English.
RepositoryDolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Lloyd Millard Bentsen, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, U.S. Senator and Representative, businessman, Texas county judge, and decorated World War Two veteran, was born in Mission, Texas, on February 11, 1921. He ran for Vice-President of the United States in 1988 on the Democratic ticket with then Massachusettes governor Michael Dukakis. He served as Secretary of the Treasury under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1994. Bentsen kept up a full schedule until 1998, when he retired after a decline in his health. He died on May 23, 2006.

For more information, click here for the first page of the Bentsen Papers.

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).

The material is organized in ten subgroups. The first seven subgroups consist of records from Bentsen's Senate offices.

For more information on each subgroup, click here for the first page of the Bentsen Papers.



Click on a subgroup link below to view the detailed inventory for that subgroup.
I. Management/Administration Subgroup, 1971-1993 (26.5 cubic feet)
II. Legislative Section Subgroup, 1945-1993 (579.5 cubic feet)
III. Personal and Political Files Subgroup, 1923, ca. 1940-1993 (217.5 cubic feet)
IV. Correspondence Subgroup, 1971-1993 (1306 cubic feet)
V. Press Section Subgroup, 1930-1931, 1942-1994 (161.5 cubic feet)
VI. Constituent Services Subgroup, 1971-1993 (259 cubic feet)
VII. State Offices Subgroup, 1921, 1942-1993 (109.5 cubic feet)
VIII. Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1981 (1993-1994) (25.5 cubic feet)
IX. Post Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1995-1998 (5 items)
X. Lewis L. Gould Files Subgroup, 1942-1994 (1 linear foot, 8 inches)


Access Restrictions

Casework and personnel files are restricted for 75 years after creation, up to the year 2068.

Use of some audio and video materials is by appointment only; please contact sound archivist.

Use of digital material by appointment only; please contact digital archivist.

Use Restrictions

A portion of these papers is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.

Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Bentsen, Lloyd--Archives.
Subjects (Organizations)
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance.
United States. Congress. Senate.
Economics--United States.
Finance--Laws and legislation--United States.
Finance--United States.
Politics, Practical--Texas.
Texas--Politics and government--1951-

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers, 1921-1998, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Detailed Description of the Collection


VI. Constituent Services Subgroup, 1971-1993
Extent (259 cubic feet)

Administrative History
Projects and casework were the primary Constituent Service work of Senator Bentsen's staff. Typical projects, undertaken on behalf of groups, municipalities, or the state itself, included efforts to receive federal grants or designations, to gain inclusion in federal programs, and to affect the decisions of federal agencies. Cases involved specific individuals requiring assistance with Federal agencies and government departments, such as the Veterans and Social Security Administrations; the Internal Revenue Service; Immigration and Naturalization Service; Departments of Agriculture, Health, Education, Welfare, Justice and Labor; and branches of the armed forces.
Staff in Bentsen's Austin office performed most casework and project work. Dallas staff managed some local cases. The State Director, reporting to the Administrative Assistant, supervised the work. Bentsen's Administrative Assistant handled some special constituent problems personally.
Other routine constituent services included applications to the military service academies, coordinated by Houston staff, and routine congratulatory correspondence, managed by Dallas staff.
Scope and Content Note
Project Files created by Bentsen's Constituent Services staff include correspondence, reference and research materials, and administrative documents. The files provide an overview of the sorts of projects Texas communities undertook during Bentsen's term, as well as the methods and relationships Bensten's staff drew on to assist them.
Because of their private nature, individual case files are closed for 75 years from date of creation. The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History did not retain service academy files.
For routine constituent correspondence, see Correspondence Subgroup.
329-90-181/43 (01809641)Project Files Series 1971-1992
Extent (226 cubic feet)
Scope and Content Note
Project Files created by Bentsen's Constituent Services staff include internal memos and correspondence with constituents and state and federal agencies, printed material such as reports and clippings, photographic materials, legal documents, and cartographic materials. Three series: Water resources projects, 1971-1979; Sequentially filed projects, 1971-1989; Project files arranged by county, 1982-1992.
The separate water resources project files may reflect Bentsen's membership in the Public Works Committee (renamed Environment and Public Works in 1977), which considered appropriations for such projects. The Sequentially filed projects series contains the bulk of the files. Staff assigned each case a descriptive title and a reference number, by which the files are organized in their particular year. In the reference number, the digits after the hyphen represent the year of the project (e.g., 1-77 for the first project in 1977).
Typically, the files include a coversheet, which lists actions taken by Bentsen's office on different dates. The later files often also include "snapshots" printed from the office computer system used to track case and project work. These documents state the status of the project, contacts made at federal agencies, actions taken, and the names and addresses of involved constituents. Some projects, such as the unsuccessful effort to prevent the closure of Ellington Air Force Base (1974-1981), involved many staff over a long period of time. In contrast, "one-shot" projects required only a single telephone call or letter to close.
The contents of the files vary. Generally, they include correspondence with constituents and administrators in federal agencies. Many of the files include the CMS work orders for Bentsen's correspondence. Occasionally, the constituent's original contact included printed material, such as reports and clippings. Some of the files include notes created by the staff member who worked on the project. Other materials in the files can include photographic materials, legal documents, and cartographic materials. In a few instances, legislative staff became involved in the project and their communication with the Senator is documented.
Lists and reports tracking project work can be found in the Austin office files, including several card files indexing projects 1971-1989.
Sequentially filed projects, 1971-1989:
159-73, Bayou Bend, Houston
161-73, Clarksville public schools
162-73, NIE Grant
163-73, Central Plains Comprehensive Community MH/MR, RSVP
165-73, Laredo AFB
166-73, Fort Sam Houston
167-73, City of Shepherd, EPA
168-73, Family Service-Travelers Aid of Tarrant County
169-73, United Parcel Service
170-73, Highway 71
171-73, Romayor, Texas Post Office
172-73, Business Opportunity Center, Inc., Houston
173-73, Occupational Health and Safety District Office, Galveston
174-73, Polish American Senior Citizens, Boca Chica
175-73, Midland Public Housing
176-73, Jefferson County Water Control and Improvement District #1
177-73, Houston High On-Going Education
178-73, Pawnee ISD
180-73, Rice University, Texas State University
181-73, Soules & Associates, EPA
182-73, City of Lewisville, Corps and EPA
183-73, City of San Angelo EPA
184-73, E. Tawakoni Water System
185-73, City of Plainview, annual arrangements
186-73, City of Somerset, sewage system
187-73, Bexar County MH/MR
188-73, Mineral Wells Airport
189-73, Lubbock Community and Human Development
190-73, Jefferson County, Neches River Bridge
191-73, Bellville Hospital, rural assistance
192-73, Closing of Port Arthur Quarantine Station
193-73, Gaines County farmers, diesel (empty folder)
195-73, Hidalgo County ACTION
196-73, City of Kingsville, sewage treatment
329-90-181/44 (00439490)197-73, sewage and treatment facilities, Freese and Nichols, Ft. Worth
198-73, City of Waxahachie sewage treatment
199-73, City of Waco Small Business and Industrial Development Corporation
200-73, McAllen trade zones
201-73, Texas Association of Community Action Agencies
202-73, disaster assistance, Frio County
329-90-181/47 (02175060)203-73, Mutual Help Homes, Tigua Indians
204-73, Concho Valley COG, HUD
205-73, City of College Station sewage treatment
206-73, Wichita Falls Public Schools, impact aid
207-73, Houston subsidence
329-90-181/48 (02175242)208-73, Texas College and University Coordinating Board/Regional Medical Program
209-73, Texas Panhandle Community Action Corporation, summer recreation
211-73, Midland Child Care Coordinating Board
212-73, San Marcos, Texas Project TEX 87-3
213-73, City of Lamarque water and sewer treatment
215-73, Bartonview Civic Association, Austin
216-73, City of Deer Park, WPC-TEX 788
217-73, Brazos River water standards
218-73, Crystal City Housing Authority
219-73, NIER Project
220-73, Pan American University Foreign Language Program
221-73, Webb AFB construction
222-73, City of Seguin, EPA
223-73, Central Texas Council of Governments Rural Development
224-73, Our Lady of the Lake College
225-73, Nortex Regional Planning Commission
226-73, Lower Valley Youth Service Bureau
227-73, City of Browndell water and sewer
228-73, Small Business Development Center, Houston
229-73, City of Childress Federal Aviation Administration
230-73, Cameron County Water Control and Improvement District #19
231-73, San Bernard River water quality
232-73, Lower Rio Grande Development Council
233-73, Houston Area Urban League
234-73, Plano ISD vs. Shiloh Airport Expansion
235-73, City of San Marcos, HUD, swimming pool
236-73, Bear Creek Golf Corporation
237-73, Hoff, Blackstone, Strode Architects, Customs Station, Laredo
238-73, San Antonio Veterans Administration Hospital, laundry facility
239-73, Longview, Texas census
240-73, Grapeland Nursing Home
241-73, City of Alba, revenue sharing
242-73, Central Texas COG-USDA
243-73, R.H. Smith Community Lawyer Fellowship-OEO
244-73, Wolfe City Public Schools
245-73, San Antonio Groundwater Resources
246-73, Houston and ten-county disaster
247-73, COG, revenue sharing control
248-73, Cameron County AMPB
249-73, Laredo Health Department, EPA, air pollution
250-73, City of Montgomery water and sewer
251-73, City of Justin water and sewer
253-73, SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc., San Antonio
254-73, East Texas State University, College of Business Administration
255-73, Hico City Hospital
256-73, UTD Mobile Home Study
257-73, Sheet Metal Workers Union, VA Hospital, San Antonio
258-73, York-Line Community Center, Inc., Houston
259-73, Norvell-Wilder Supply Company, missile base construction
329-90-181/44 (00439490)260-73, fourteen-county flood disaster
261-73, City of Early Post Office
262-73, Involvement of Mexican-Americans in gainful endeavors
262-73, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
263-73, Lockwood Hospital, Houston
264-73, Harlandale ISD
265-73, Frio Hospital
266-73, Houston Baptist College, HEW
267-73, Dallas County Community Action Committee, Inc., OEO
268-73, Dacara, Inc. Recreational Properties water pollution control
269-73, Starr County Water Control & Improvement District
270-73, Live Oak US Postal Service
271-73, Texarkana, Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title 1
272-73, Four Winds Resource Conservation and Development Project
273-73, Toledo Bend Dam
274-73, City of Fredricksburg water and sewer
275-73, Mary Hardin Baylor College VA program
276-73, Del Valle ISD
277-73, City of League City flood control
278-73, Halletsville Municipal Park HUD
279-73, AFGE Johnson Space Center
280-73, Bohne Hospital, Brenham, Texas
281-73, City of Childress, topic program
282-73, Goliad ISD
283-73, Deep Water Port, Harbor Island
284-73, KLRN Film Series, bicentennial
285-73, Beaumont City bus service
286-73, St. Edward's University CAMP program
287-73, Commission for Mexican-American Affairs, Barrio Comprehensive Center
288-73, City of Longview, EPA
289-73, Dumas, Texas FHA 236 Project
290-73, Chamber of Commerce, 13-county, Houston/Galveston Air Quality Control Region
291-73, Grey Forest Utilities
292-73, Texas A&M University, College of Science
293-73, Childress General Hospital
294-73, Military Highway Water Supply Corporation
295-73, City of Alamo EDA
296-73, City of Prairie View FHA/EPA, water and sewage system, grant
297-73, Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital
298-73, San Patricio County disaster area
299-73, sex discrimination regulations (WEAL), Dallas and Waco
300-73, Navarro Junior College
301-73, Southern Methodist University Meadows School of the Arts
302-73, AFGE, personnel transfer OEO-HEW
303-73, City of Pharr, EDA
304-73, HUD Day Care Project, Pecos
305-73, Woodland Christian Towers FHA, HUD
306-73, City of Leon Valley water quality
307-73, Houston YMCA Boys Camp
308-73, Southside Community Center, San Marcos, Texas
309-73, Kilgore Day Care Center
310-73, bailing wire shortage
329-90-181/45 (01810979)311-73, Halfway House, Houston
312-73, Calhoun County, national flood insurance
313-73, Koscot Interplanetary, Inc.
314-73, Jefferson County Airport/Civil Defense Directors
315-73, Sabine Pass Lighthouse acquisition
000-89-0006 (92-043)/11 (00097002)316-73, proposed aquarium, Corpus Christi
318-73, Iron Workers' District Council, Austin, and plumbers and pipefitters local
319-73, Texas Department of Corrections
320-73, University of Houston, Victoria
321-73, Hurricane Delia disaster and other
322-73, Texas Cattle Feeders Association
323-73, City of Wellington, Gilmore Locker Plant
324-73, City of Big Spring, Texas International Air Service
325-73, Ellis-Prairie Soil and Water Conservation District, SCS office Waxahachie
327-73, South Plains Association of Governments, Muleshoe Refuge
328-73, Trinity Bay Conservation District
329-73, Midland Odessa Army Reserve
330-73, Mexican American Unity Council Career Program Mental Health
331-73, Submarine Seawolf Commission
323-73, Texas Occupational Safety Board
333-73, NTSU, education grant
334-73, Coastal Bend Migrant Council, Inc.
335-73, hospital regulations, Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
336-73, Zapata County EDA project
337-73, WTSU, Amarillo Federal Building
338-73, League City Comprehensive Development Plan
339-73, Galveston County FM 1765
340-73, Three County Area vocational-technical school
341-73, Cisco, TWQB
342-73, City of Cuero PWIP application storm drains
343-73, Bishop College HEP program migrant and seasonal workers
344-73, McLean and Gray County Hospital
345-73, Baytown Subsidence
2.325/T38aOversized material
3V228Photographic material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/11 (00097002)346-73, Murchinson, Texas Sewage System
347-73, Texas Electric Cooperatives
348-73, Neighborhood Youth Corps In-School Program
349-73, Whitney Public Housing
350-73, Galveston Historical Foundation
351-73, federal flood insurance
352-73, Angelina & Nacogdoches county Chambers of Commerce, United States District Court
353-73, City of Raymondville mosquito control
354-73, Bartlett Title I ESEA
355-73, Comunidades Unidas en Progreso, Inc.
356-73, Kemper Military School and College
357-73, HEW National Leadership Training Program, Training for the Deaf
358-73, Child, Inc., Austin
359-73, Apex Oil Company
360-73, Wylie Hospital
361-73, Elmwood Village, Geronimo Creek
362-73, Sharpstown Country Club Area STOL Airport
363-73, Brown County EDA
364-73, Winfield water and sewer
365-73, Hidalgo County Water Control and Improvement District Number One (empty folder)
000-89-0006 (92-043)/12 (00096735)366-73, Rocketdyne, McGregor Texas, High Velocity Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM)
367-73, Deweyville EDA
368-73, Sheppard Air Force Bases, Military Assistance to Safety and Traffic (MAST)
369-73, City of Dayton, TWQB
370-73, Extend-A-Care, Inc.
371-73, Port Arthur, Park Central, HUD
372-73, Amistad Reservoir, TWQB
373-73, LCRA release of impounded water
374-73, World Health Foundation AID
375-73, Town of Pantego
376-73, Houston Housing Authority
377-73, federal flood insurance
378-73, Texas Tech, School of Medicine
379-73, University of Texas, Center for Middle Eastern Studies
380-73, REAL Health Clinic
381-73, Compliance Reports, Texas hospitals
382-73, Panhandle and South Plains Community Services Corporation, tutoring proposal
383-73, UCPPOC Project Bridge
384-73, Tyler Courthouse and Federal Building
385-73, Omega Energy Systems, Inc.
386-73, Pan American University, government documents
387-73, Amarillo College FM License
388-73, Lubbock Neighborhood Development Program (NDP)
389-73, Dallas Voluntary Action Center, RSVP
390-73, Shell Dredging, Texas Bays
391-73, Old Brazos River
000-89-0006 (92-043)/13 (06563775)1-74, Laredo Border Patrol Station
2-74, City of Moody, water system
3-74, State Firemen's Marshall's Museum
4-74, Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities
5-74, North Runnels County Water System
7-74, Matagorda Air Force Range Port O'Connor, Whooping Cranes
2.116/OD 1273Matagorda Air Force Range Military Reservation map, April 30, 1975[?]
Extent (2 copies)
000-89-0006 (92-043)/14 (00880640)8-74, Emergency Ambulance Service, Galveston
9-74, Morgans Point, Port Facility
10-74, City of Friona
11-74, Austin ISD Project Assist
12-74, Central Plains Mental Health Center, NIAAA
13-74, Stafford STOLport
14-74, Houston sewers
15-74, Waelder Texas, Emergency Service
16-74, Mason, Texas Emergency Ambulance Service
17-74, Youth City Driscoll, Texas
18-74, Coastal Resource Conservation and Development Area
19-74, Motley County water system
20-74, McLennan Community College Adult Education Project
21-74, Portland, Highway 181
22-74, Big 8 Resource Conservation and Development (RC & D)
23-74, Calhoun County Day Care Center
24-74, Karnes City Hospital
25-74, Elgin ISD
26-74, Harris County Child Welfare unit
27-74, Fort Belknap water supply corporation, Bunger division
28-74, Klein ISD
29-74, Liberty Ships, artificial reefs
30-74, City of LaPorte TWQB regulations
31-74, Tex-Trans. Inc. Corpus Christi
32-74, Laredo spinning mill
33-74, John Hardwicke Company, Argosa Gas
34-74, Ruth Cowl Rehabilitation Center
36-74, Rapidat
37-74, Jewish Community Center, Rosenberg
38-74, Meridian Hospital Authority
39-74, Leon County, food stamps
40-74, Big Springs
41-74, East Texas Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee
42-74, Austin Gulf Independents
43-74, Houston Business Growth Corp.
44-74, Rio Grande School District, EDA
45-74, Harris County Pollution Control Department
47-74, VA Outpatient Clinic, Beaumont
48-74, City of Hitchock sewage
49-74, St. Elizabeth Hospital
50-74, Marshall Chamber of Commerce Harrison County Airport
51-74, Leon County Hospital Inc.
52-74, Blanco County Land Fill
53-74, City of Alpine Airport
54-74, Locust, Travis Elementary Abilene
55-74, Midland, Odessa gasoline shortage
56-74, Colorado River Municipal Water District
57-74, Red River Army Depot
58-74, Victoria labor, Farah Manufacturing closing
60-74, Sabine Customs
61-74, Grimes County Highway 105
62-74, youth wilderness area
63-74, Temple, Texas MHMR
64-74, Kickapoo Creek Watershed
65-74, coral reef dumping
66-74, Gun Barrel City post office
67-74, Taylor Soil and Water Conservation District
68-74, New Summerfield ISD
69-74, City of Aransas Pass Park
70-74, North Rolling Plains Resource Conservation & Development (RC & D)
72-74, McAllen ISD, ESEA
73-74, Texas Tourist Development Agency James Dick Foundation
74-74, Deep East Texas COG Manpower Prime Sponsorship
000-89-0006 (92-043)/15 (00096859)75-74, Carlos water supply
76-74, City of Groves EPA
77-74, Newton County Airport
78-74, Waters Davis Soil and Water Conservation District
79-74, Edinburg ISD, Emergency School Aid Act (ESAA)
80-74, Dell City water plant
81-74, El Paso Summer Youth and Recreation Program
82-74, Emergency School Aid Act (ESAA) bilingual projects, South Texas
83-74, Art Richardson application
84-74, Fayette County disaster loans
86-74, San Augustine ISD, ESAA
87-74, Brazoria Headstart
88-74, Texarkana Headstart
89-74, El Paso highway construction standards
90-74, Hidalgo County Water Improvement District #5
91-74, Jackson School, Corsicana, Texas
92-74, rabies epidemic, El Dorado
93-74, Weslaco ISD bilingual program
94-74, University of Houston College of Optometry
95-74, Rodman Pool, favorite fishing hole
96-74, City of Irving, prime sponsorship Manpower
97-74, Texarkana Model Cities
97-74, mass tourism development for South Texas
98-74, University of Texas Arlington, open city declaration
99-74, Brazos Valley Development Council
100-74, Houston Model Cities
101-74, continuation of OEO
104-74, City of Woodway, post office
105-74, San Antonio & Bexar County Summer Youth and Recreation Program
106-74, Lamar County water supply system
107-74, Public, Inc., tax exempt status
108-74, Del Rio, Social Security Office
109-74, Brownsville, increased immigration personnel and Customs District
110-74, Edinburg Model Cities
112-74, Fort Worth ISD, ESEA
113-74, Denison, construction of Highway 75
114-74, Port of Houston, steamship diversion
115-74, Esperanza, Inc. health funding Bee County
116-74, Conally High School, Waco, Texas, McLennan
117-74, National Teacher's Corp. Zapata Schools
118-74, City of McGregor
119-74, City of Dumas, Moore County, Dumas Airport
120-74, Brownsville right to read
121-74, Waco Model Cities
000-89-0006 (92-043)/16 (00096848)LCRA coal fired generating plant in Fayette County
122-74, Maternal Child Health, MCH State of Texas
123-74, LCRA Lignite Corp. drilling
124-74, Lloyd Palmer Highway proposal
125-74, Texas Medical Center location for multiple sclerosis center
126-74, Galveston Clipper Ship
127-74, City of Venus sewage treatment
127-74, Venus, Texas water system
128-74, Mobile Homes, Jack Dies
129-74, Palacios, hydrogen production
130-74, Central Texas Resource Conservation & Development (RC & D)
131-74, Matagorda County
132-74, evaporative cooling towers vs. lakes
133-74, Southwestern University Right to Read
134-74, City of New Braunfels disaster relief
135-74, Chicano Alliance of drug abuse program
136-74, Port of Entry, Amarillo
137-74, Pull for Youth Houston
138-74, Wichita Falls Highway designation
139-74, Houston, Galveston Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA)
139-74, Alvin, Texas, EPA proposal to restrict urban growth
140-74, Alamo Area Resource Conservation & Development (RC & D) (empty folder)
143-74, Texas Nursing Homes, SSA
144-74, Raymondville ISD
145-74, TWU Environmental Education & Resource Center
146-74, City of Kerens water waste system
147-74, Neighborhood Service Center East Garland, Texas
148-74, Jobs for Progress, Brownsville
149-74, National Science Foundation, University of Texas
150-74, Waco No Man's Land, Lincoln Park
155-74, Costep
156-74, City of Coleman
157-74, Temple extension of Highway 27
158-74, Stamford MHMR Outreach Center
159-74, Veterans Administration Hospital in Houston
160-74, City of Allen post office
000-89-0006 (92-043)/17 (00880505)155-74, COSTEP
Border cities
Title V, border
Border communities
Revitalize border file
000-89-0006 (92-043)/18 (00880480)161-74, Alvin Junior College land use planning proposal
162-74, Thirsty Water System
163-74, Dallas Rape Crisis Center
164-74, Bureau of Prisons youth facility, Bastrop County
165-74, Gulf Coast Trade Center, New Waverly
166-74, Plainview flood damage
3V228Photographic material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/18 (00880480)168-74, Health care planning, El Paso
170-74, Save the People Center
171-74, SER continue
172-74, Operation Peace of Mind, Houston
173-74, TRIO program
174-74, CAP, Community Action Project
175-74, Three Rivers Landfill, Corpus Christi
176-74, 9 City Area, Trinity River Authority for wastewater transportation services
177-74, Summer recreation services for San Antonio
178-74, Water and sewage system, Bruni, Texas
179-74, Houston ISD, League of Women Voters, Houston, Texas
180-74, Opportunity Schools, Amarillo
181-74, Continuation of Austin State School
182-74, Model rehabilitation spinal cord injury system
183-74, Flood control reservoir, tracts 217 & 220, Long Branch Lake, Missouri
184-74, City of McAllen, fuel costs
186-74, Century Evaluation Training Halfway House
187-74, North Harris County HMO, New Community Service Corporation
188-74, Postal Data Center, Postal Service, Dallas
189-74, Andice Post Office, Andice
190-74, Matagorda County Savings Association
191-74, The Mosquito Fleet Berth
3V228Photographic material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/18 (00880480)192-74, Oral history, Sam Rayburn Library
193-74, Natural gas shortage, chickens
194-74, Tarrant County manpower
195-74, Social Security system
196-74, Army Reserve Unit, Waco
197-74, City of Terrell, Social Security office
198-74, Arkansas-Texas COG, rural development
199-74, Dryden/Sanderson postal service
200-74, Houston Rape Crisis Center
201, 74, Grand Prairie postal facility
202-74, Silsbee, RC&D Program
203-74, Amarillo AFB detention building
3V228Photographic material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/18 (00880480)205-74, Houston Health Plan, Inc., HMO
206-74, Roans Prairie, Texas post office
207-74, Sam Houston Area RC&D
208-74, Keene, Texas highway markers
209-74, Disaster declaration request, WCTCOG
209-74, City of Kenedy, library funding
210-74, Community Guidance Center of Bexar County, child abuse program
212-74, City of Mexia EDA
213-74, City of Dumas EDA
214-74, City of Garrett waste water treatment
215-74, City of Ennis highway entrance
216-74, Relocation of Rocksprings post office
217-74, Pines Prairie water system
000-89-0006 (92-043)/19 (00096939)218-74, LULAC National application to Office of Education
219-74, South Rillito Interceptor Sewer, Tuscon, Arizona
220-74, Dallas senior citizens high rise project
221-74, Statewide rape program
222-74, Goodnight Memorial Hospital
224-74, Hidalgo County MH/MR NIAAA
225-74, Racon Corporation, Laredo, Texas
226-74, San Benito Pesticide Study Lab
227-74, Texas Tech Bicentennial Symposium
228-74, Laredo postal service
229-74, Completion of Spur 514, Tyler, Texas
230-74, Federal Intermediate Credit Bank
231-74, Sewage treatment, Ingleside, Texas
232-74, South Houston Chamber of Commerce, rural water supply
233-74, University of Houston, Jarvis Christian College, cooperative program in mathematics education
234-74, North Willacy Rural Water Supply Corporation
235-74, Federal food commodities warehouse, Corsicana, Texas
236-74, East Rio Hondo Water Supply Corporation
238-74, Plaza Del Oro
239-74, Limestone County Airport
240-74, Hidalgo Community Action Agency
241-74, Windthorst water and sewage
242-74, La Villa water and sewage
243-74, Hot Mix, Inc., Houston, Texas
244-74, The Woodlands Development Corporation, Conroe, Texas
245-74, Indian education nationwide, Frank Medina
247-74, City of Little Elm, sewage
249-74, El Paso, Juarez border relationship
250-74, Drug task force, Drug Assistance Administration
251-74, Dallas NIAAA
252-74, North Liberty County bridge
253-74, Affirmative Action Program, Dallas
254-74, South Mesquite Creek channel improvements, Dallas County
255-74, Log Cabin Estates
256-74, City of Naples development fund
257-74, Electric coops, electricity rates
258-74, Home, Center for Children
259-74, Addison water and sewer
260-74, Waco Boy's Club, Inc.
261-74, Migrant conditions in Hidalgo County
262-74, Beeville, Texas, EDA
263-74, City of Bangs park
265-74, Cameron County Manpower
266-74, Rural Economic Assistance League, Inc. (REAL)
267-74, Coastal Bend Manpower
268-74, Rio Hondo emergency water situation
269-74, Weldon water system
270-74, KERA-TV center for education on handicapping conditions
271-74, Port to Plains route, DeLeon
272-74, Mertzon Post Office
273-74, Harris County WCID #132
274-74, Honduras disaster relief
275-74, Bexar County rural development
276-74, TSU bilingual education
277-74, New Braunfels solid waste disposal system
278-74, Space Center Memorial Hospital
279-74, Migrant Hospitalization Demonstration Project
280-74, Merkel Ambulance Service
281-74, Denton annexation
282-74, Hurst, Texas, Emergency Medical Services
283-74, Community pharmacy
285-74, Ennis Garden Club
286-74, Florence, Texas, water and sewage
288-74, Bois d'Arc Levee District
000-89-0006 (92-043)/20 (00096779)289-74, Panhandle winds as energy source
291-74, Trinity Memorial Hospital
292-74, Rio Grande City VFW
293-74, Latin American Manufacturers Association (LAMA)
294-74, San Juan, Texas, mail service
295-74, Nursing homes of Texas
296-74, Red Flag district, Houston
297-74, Texas A&I vocational information center
299-74, Vidor High School Choir
300-74, Maverick County Hospital
301-74, Veterans Outreach program, Del Rio
302-74, Housing Mobilization Day
303-74, LCRA
304-74, Customer impact resulting from the expansion of zip codes in Houston metro area
305-74, Gaines County Airport
306-74, Health manpower shortage area
307-74, Rio Grande State Center, MHMR
308-74, Latin American Culture Studies, UT
309-74, Tarrant County emergency medical services
310-74, Fort Worth National Fish Hatchery
311-74, Brownsville Housing Authority
312-74, Archer City post office
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000-89-0006 (92-043)/20 (00096779)313-74, Consumer Counseling Services
314-74, Aqua Water Supply Corporation, Red Rock, Texas
315-74, Balboa Acres Water Distribution System application, McAllen, Texas
316-74, Austin College SOS project, Sherman, Texas
317-74, Federal building, Temple, Texas
318-74, Seguin, Texas, community facility
319-74, 4 State Border Commission, Dave Finney
320-74, Pedernales Electric Coop
321-74, Florence, Texas, swimming pool
322-74, Childress, Texas, steet project
323-74, Weatherford, Texas, water resource study
324-74, Intersection of U.S. Hwy. 80 & Fielder Rd., Arlington, Texas
325-74, Nueces County MH/MR, Corpus Christi, Texas
327-74, Asian Studies, Austin, Texas
328-74, Tarrant County Task Force on Rape, Fort Worth, Texas
329-74, Veterans Outreach program, San Antonio, Texas
330-74, Small town hospitals, statewide
331-74, Amalgamated Clothing Workers Association, Ralph Ruiz
332-74, Georgetown, Texas, disaster area
333-74, Uvalde, Texas, water and sewage
334-74, Special delivery mail service, Houston, Texas
335-74, Solar energy power facility, Big Springs, Texas
336-74, Hidalgo County HUD application
337-74, Texas Municipal League Project, George Phenix
338-74, Preston M. Geren Architects, Fort Worth
339-74, Residual units, Housing Authority of El Paso
340-74, ACCEDC of Hidalgo County
341-74, Texas Commission on Services to Children and Youth
342-74, Wharton-Weatherford Consortium for Disadvantaged & Veterans
343-74, U.S.-Mexico border environmental health project
344-74, Gus Thomasson Rd. & IH-20
345-74, Inmate Assistance Project, UT Law School
346-74, Rio Bravo RC&D
347-74, Harlingen Air Force Reserve Unit
348-74, Canyon Lake post office
349-74, La Salle County Hospital, Cotulla, Texas
350-74, South Plains Educational Cooperative Program for Exceptional Children
351-74, Dahl, Braden, Jones, Chapman, Inc., Dallas, Texas
352-74, Community ambulance, Willis, Texas
353-74, General Mexia Hospital, Mexia, Texas
354-74, Texas Department of Health Funding, Austin, Texas
329-88-0001/9 (01809845)355-74, Ellington AFB closing, 1974-1981
329-88-0001/10 (01844857)355-74, Ellington AFB closing, 1974-1981
329-88-0001/11 (01845055)355-74, Ellington AFB closing, 1974-1981
[May also include Goodfellow AFB, 1979-1981, and Webb AFB, 1976-1980]
000-89-0006 (92-043)/20 (00096779)356-74, Hare Krishna, Dallas, Texas
357-74, Aspironics Urban Planning Project, Texas Tech
358-74, Aliviane, Inc., El Paso drug program
000-89-0006 (92-043)/21 (00096983)359-74, Institutional Development Program, St. Edward's University
360-74, Sinton Child Abuse application, Sinton, Texas
361-74, Christian Farms, Inc., application to NIDA Killeen, Texas
362-74, City of Deport, flooding
363-74, Municipal services, Colonia San Jose, Texas
365-74, Unplanned pregnancy, child abuse, Harris County
366-74, Child Abuse & Neglect Demonstration Center, Dallas County
367-74, Children's Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
368-74, Concerted Services in Training & Education, Center, Texas
370-74, Loma Linda Water Supply Corporation
371-74, Memorial Medical Center, Corpus Christi
373-74, University of Houston College of Business Administration
374-74, November federal cut back, HUD 701 & Agriculture rural fire
375-74, Conroe's Southwest Sewage Treatment Plant, Conroe, Texas
376-74, Wake Village drainage problems, Wake Village, Texas
378-74, Rice Water Supply & Sewer Service Corporation, Rice, Texas
379-74, Hill Country Health Plan
380-74, Goldsmith, Texas, sewer system
381-74, Tenaha Water & Sewer System, Tenaha, Texas
382-74, Sweetwater, Texas Community Service Resource Center
383-74, Diesel Research Company, Hurst, Texas
385-74, Migrant manpower programs, general
386-74, Royse City Mobil Park
387-74, Career Employment Awareness Training
389-74, Corsicana community development
390-74, C. Doornbos Heritage '76 Park, Nederland, Texas
391-74, McKenna Memorial Hospital, New Braunfels, Texas
392-74, Haltom City, Texas community development
393-74, Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council HMO ACCEDC feasibility study
394-74, Sweetwater, Texas housing and community development project
395-74, Early education proposal, Garland, Texas ISD
396-74, Texas Migrant Council, Inc.
397-74, TCU, HEW paperwork
398-74, Lewisville, Texas exit ramp
399-74, Morningside Manor Nursing Home, San Antonio, Texas
400-74, Moody, Texas, waste water system
402-74, Richardson Hospital Authority dba Richardson General Hospital
403-74, Hope House, Austin, Texas
404-74, ETSU, Student Financial Aid Training Institutes for High School Counselors
405-74, Laredo Model Cities OMBE application
1-75, Technology Inc. of San Antonio, NIAAA application
2-75, Coastal States, rates
3-75, Lacy-Lakeview, water & sewer
4-75, ETSU, Texarkana Center Correctional Program with Lehigh Universtiy
5-75, North Central General Hospital
6-75, Presidio Valley flood control
7-75, Center Point post office location
9-75, University Without Walls, Houston
10-75, League City water & sewer
11-75, UT Center for Energy Studies
12-75, City of Combos, community development
14-75, Federal offices, Port Arthur, Texas
15-75, C.J. Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas
16-75, El Paso Cancer Treatment Center
17-75, Jim Hogg County unemployment figures
18-75, ESAA fundings holdup, Eagle Pass schools
19-75, Title I funds, Boulter Junior High School, Tyler, Texas
20-75, West Texas Hospital, Lubbock, Texas, Gerald Brown
21-75, Lancaster, Texas, fire department
22-75, Castroville, Texas hospital
23-75, Claude, Texas postal service
24-75, St. Mary's University, general revenue sharing funding
25-75, Karnes Association for Limited Citizens
26-75, Big Spring, Texas drainage
27-75, VA hospital, Kerrville, Texas
28-75, Recession general
29-75, Hearing aids
30-75, McLennan County Water
Control & Improvement District
31-75, Youth Services Bureau, Galveston YWCA
32-75, Mapping, Glen Rose & Keene, Texas
33-75, Houston ISD, high school tutors
34-75, Burleson Public Schools ESEA proposal
36-75, Parkview Hospital, Wheeler, Texas, Medicare
37-75, U.S. PHS, Galveston move
38-75, Creative Handicapped, Inc., Houston, Texas
39-75, VA Hospital, skin cancer research, Houston, Texas
40-75, Cotulla, Texas, emergency ambulance service
42-75, South Limestone Hospital District, Groesbeck, Texas
43-75, Cotulla Housing Authority
44-75, Hidalgo County Planned Parenthood Association
45-75, Mt. Pleasant, Texas, Social Security branch office
46-75, Tyler State College, LEEP
000-89-0006 (92-043)/22 (00096961)47-75, Nacogdoches flood
49-75, Davis-Bacon Act
50-75, Rhoads Terrace Institute of Early Childhood Education & Developmental Day Care, Dallas
51-75, Beltway 8, Houston
52-75, Fort Bend County federal flood insurance
53-75, retarded inmates and pay
54-75, Churches of Christ Housing Facilities, Pasadena, Texas
55-75, Bicentennial project, Municipal Arts Council, grant application, Corpus Christi, Texas
56-75, Catholic Family and Children's Service, Inc., San Antonio, Texas
57-75, United States Highway 290 east of Fort Stockton
58-75, Hidalgo County Corrections Center
59-75, Interstate 27 and the City of Lubbock
60-75, Zippy Food Stores versus urban renewal Austin, Texas
61-75, Crosbyton Solar Project
62-75, Renner, Texas post office
63-75, San Jacinto County federal funds
64-75, Title I poverty funds, Collinsworth County
65-75, Amarillo Bicentennial Band
67-75, federally insured student loans, Dallas, Texas, Elkins Institute
69-75, urban renewal, San Marcos, Texas, C.M. Allen Parkway
70-75, Inman Christian Center ESAA project San Antonio
71-75, McAllen General Hospital, McAllen, Texas
72-75, Ochiltree County Title IX EDA
73-75, Texas Lutheran College EPDA Title III
74-75, Gray County Senior Citizen's Recreation Center
75-75, Bowie, Texas Municipal Airport
76-75, Bexar County Hospital District HMO
77-75, Neches Intersection Ship Yard, EPA grant
78-75, Junction, Texas water and sewage grant application
79-75, Brown Foundation, grant application, Houston, Texas
80-75, Mission Area, San Antonio
81-75, Mission, community development
81-75, Rusk and Cherokee Headstart
83-75, Dallas and Refuse collection, HUD
84-75, Texas Tech University predator problems, USDA
85-75, Garland Social Security Branch Office
86-75, Webb County migrant workers
87-75, Mexican American Council for Economic Progress, Inc. Austin, Texas
88-75, City of Brookside Village post office
89-75, Central Brazos Valley Mental Health Center, Inc., NIAAA application
90-75, San Felipe Del Rio Memorial Stadium playground funds
91-75, KLRN-TV Education Broadcasting Facilities grant application
92-75, Nuclear Power Plant, Glen Rose, Texas, Comanche Peak
000-89-0006 (92-043)/23 (00880662)93-75, Drug Enforcement Task Force
94-75, El Paso application for discretionary grant
95-75, Austin, Texas WIC program
96-75, Killeen, Texas EPA water and sewage grant
97-75, Pasadena, Texas, revenue sharing
99-75, Streetman, Texas water and sewage
100-75, Barrio Bettermant & Development Corp. San Antonio
101-75, Rio Hondo Community Development
102-75, Harris County Department of Education
103-75, Bastrop Waterworks improvements
104-75, career development of El Paso Head Start
105-75, City of La Marque, EPA
106-75, Shady Shores
107-75, Weslaco Labor Camp, Hidalgo City
109-75, Hidalgo County community development
110-75, Mesquite, Texas GSA generator
111-75, Addison, Texas post office
112-75, Cuero, Texas community development
113-75, Bexar County community development
114-75, Sabine Pass Port Authority
115-75, Hondo, Texas community development
116-75, Rock Island Railroad
118-75, Fort Worth Natural Family Planning
119-75, Mertzon, Texas water and sewage
120-75, EPA funds, impoundment, Natalia
121-75, Roma, Texas community development
122-75, Fort Hood, land acquisition
123-75, Plainview, Texas Airport
124-75, Brazos County Park EDA
125-75, Bexar County American Red Cross
126-75, Town of Highland Village 92-500 funds
127-75, Lewisville community development
128-75, Houston Federal Building
129-75, Jefferson City Dump, possible closing
130-75, Los Fresnos community development
131-75, Harlingen, Texas, Federal Highway Trust Funds
132-75, Seagoville, Texas community development
133-75, McKinney, Texas Senior Citizens Teaching & Learning Center, library grant
134-75, Lower Rio Grande Health Service Area
135-75, Johnson County Disaster Loan
136-75, LBJ School Research Applied to National Needs (RANN) application
137-75, University Affiliated Facility, University of Texas at Galveston
138-75, Eastland, Texas, possible location of corporation
139-75, Rockwall, Texas, community development
140-75, Lubbock, Texas Food Stamp Program
141-75, Megargel, Texas, filtering system
143-75, Benbrook, Texas, community development
143-75, Kingsville ISD
144-75, Texas Neighborhood Preservation Act
145-75, Alvin, Texas Freeway
146-75, Mt. Pleasant, Titus Texas Civic Center
147-75, Hidalgo County Airport, grant application
148-75, Comal community development
149-75, Meadowood Acres, Manpower proposal
150-75, Lefors tornado
151-75, Carrolton, Texas community development
152-75, Dawson County Public Library
153-75, Presidio ISD
000-89-0006 (92-043)/23 (00880662)2.116/OD 1273 Limite Maratimo en el Oceano Pacifico, December 12, 1970
000-89-0006 (92-043)/23 (00880662)154-75, Plano Cooperative Preschool
155-75, Weatherford, Texas, community development
000-89-0006 (92-043)/24 (00880629)156-75, Blooming Grove, Texas community development
157-75, Terrell, Texas community development
158-75, EPDA Fellowship funding University of Houston
159-75, City of Dayton 92-500
161-75, Eagle International, Texas Commerce Bank
162-75, Denver Involvement Corps, Dallas Branch
163-75, Childhood Development Center
164-75, Rusk County Sheltered Workshop
165-75, Singing Hills Parents Educational Committee, Dallas, Texas
166-75, Save Our Aerospace Program, Inc. (SOAP) Pasadena, Texas
168-75, Eagle Lake community development, CDBG
169-75, Wilbarger County Airport
3V228Photographic material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/24 (00880629)170-75, IH 45 completion, Huntsville, Texas
171-75, Council for Exceptional Children
173-75, Granbury, Texas community development
174-75, Frisco, Texas community development
175-75, West Central Texas Council of Governments community development
176-75, Silver Leaves Nursing Home
177-75, Chicano Librarianship Training Program
178-75, Newark, Texas community development
179-75, Dell Valley rural area doctors
180-75, Springtown, Texas community development
181-75, Saginaw, Texas community development
182-75, Everman, Texas community development
183-75, Venus, Texas community development
184-75, Project Mainstream, Tulsa, Oklahoma
185-75, Austin, Texas Municipal Airport
186-75, federal aid for County Commissioners Precinct #4, Newton County
187-75, Port Aransas community development
188-75, Pecos, Texas community development
189-75, Harris County Cullen-Barker Recreation Area
190-75, Gonzales County Water Supply Corporation
191-75, Cameron County Citizens Council
192-75, Electra, Texas community development
193-75, Gruver, Texas doctor
194-75, Spofford, Texas revenue sharing
195-75, Wimberly, Texas nursing home
196-75, child abuse, military
197-75, Hooks, Texas water and sewage
198-75, Alvin, Texas community development
199-75, Henderson, Texas community development
200-75, Beaumont, Texas Federal Water Pollution Grant application
201-75, Paris Junior College
202-75, Zavala County Community Development Corporation
203-75, Stamford, Texas community development
204-75, Groves, Texas community development
205-75, Involvement of Mexican Americans in Government Employment (IMAGE)
206-75, Lubbock, Texas Regional Airport
207-75, Lometa, Texas community involvement
208-75, Groveton, Texas, doctor
209-75, Nolanville, Texas, cable television
210-75, Austin, Texas Senior Citizens Center
211-75, Naples, Texas, HEW ambulance conflict
212-75, DeWitt County revenue sharing
213-75, Texas State Technical Institute, Bilingual Vocational Program
214-75, Sinton, Texas water and sewage, actually Taft, Texas
215-75, City of Spearman, EDA
216-75, MACEP scholarship program
217-75, McMahon College, Houston
218-75, University of Texas Health Science System, NIH grant
219-75, Fort Worth, Texas ISD grant application for emotional disturbed
220-75, KUT-FM at University of Texas at Austin, grant application
221-75, Child abuse application, University of Texas at Austin
223-75, Tyler, Texas, Health Service Area for Wood County
224-75, United State Highway 67 from Dallas to Cedar Hill, Texas
225-75, Ethnic Heritage Training Project, Denton, Texas funding application
226-75, Retired Senior Volunteer Program from Action, Oldham City
227-75, City of Coldspring, post office
228-75, Sickle Cell Anemia Association, Fort Worth, Texas
229-75, City of Primera, Texas revenue sharing
230-75, City of Richmond, sewage treatment plant funding application
232-75, Anthony, Texas community development
233-75, Czech Catholic Home for the Aged, sprinkler system, Hillje, Texas
234-75, Gause, Texas, curtailment of rural postal service
235-75, Livingston post office, Livingston, Texas
237-75, University of Texas at San Antonio institutional grant program
238-75, Zapata water system funding application
239-75, Baylor College of Medicine University Affiliated Facility grant, Houston, Texas
240-75, Southwestern Medical School University Affiliated Facility grant
241-75, Groveton, Texas waterwell grant application
242-75, Universal City, Texas, community development
244-75, Hitchcock ISD Head Start bilingual program
245-75, Galveston College Public Health Service nurse training construction grant
247-75, Border College Consortium, HEW and EPA funding
249-75, Maverick County Child Health Care Center operational funding
251-75, Nocona, Texas community development
252-75, Texarkana-Bowie County Criminal Justice Center Construction grant application
253-75, Minority Community development Corp. MESBIC
256-75, Palm Grove County School Brownsville, Texas
258-75, Celina, Texas community development
259-75, Renger Memorial Hospital, Lavaca Hospital District, Halletsville, Texas
261-75, State Highway 146, Clear Lake area, NASA
262-75, Josephine, Texas revenue sharing
263-75, Marlin and Falls County community health and development
265-75, Katy, Texas community development
266-75, medical education building grant application, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
267-75, Closing of Flight Service Stations, McAllen, Texas
000-89-0006 (92-043)/25 (00096702)268-75, Stonewall County Federal Crop Insurance
269-75, NSF grant application on the effect of pesticides on migrant workers, University of Houston
270-75, City of Shepherd road maintenance Rolling Hills and Cherry Creek subdivisions
271-75, Marine Weather Station, Port Arthur, Texas, Golden Triangle Area
272-75, Spring Valley Estates subdivision, Travis County water system
273-75, Groveton, Texas community development
274-75, Jefferson County, LEAA funds renewal request
275-75, City of Dumas water supply
276-75, City of Covington, Texas community development
277-75, Bonham, Texas public library
278-75, Highland Haven and Shady Acres, Burnet County water and sewage
279-75, Holy Cross High School, San Antonio, Texas impact funds for educational purposes
280-75, Atlantic Richfield Co. (ARCO) permit application opposed by Bayport Channel residents
281-75, Jewell's Hospitality House, Nursing Home in Lubbock, Texas
283-75, City of Port Arthur community development
284-75, Alice, Texas community development
285-75, Wharton County Junior College, Central Texas College Community Service Consortium
286-75, Lubbock, Texas community development
287-75, Catholic Counseling Service family planning grant proposal, El Paso, Texas
288-75, Institute of Clinical Toxicology's Houston Polydrug Abuse Research and Treatment Program
289-75, Refugio County, Copano Bay Boat Ramp
290-75, Midland, Texas Casa de Amigos, Ecumenical Outreach Agency
291-75, Dalhart, Texas Airport
292-75, Mission, Texas educational television
293-75, Orange Grove, is bilingual education for Title VII funds
294-75, Houston non-profit group Education Advancement for Mexican Americans (EAMA) funding application
295-75, City of Edna EPA grant application
296-75, Beaumont Convalescent Center, vender payments
297-75, Concord, Texas post office
298-75, Austin Child Guidance Center contract renewal
299-75, Alpine Municipal Airport, Port of Entry
300-75, Coastal Bend Migrant Council, Inc., HMO proposal
301-75, City of Riesel, Texas community development
302-75, North Texas State University water research grant application
303-75, Soroptimist International of Garland Runaway Youth Program
304-75, Rio Grande Valley Development Council, Pan American University Urban Studies Intern Program
(empty folder)
305-75, Fleming Hospital of Elgin, Texas possible closing
306-75, San Antonio, Texas Alternative Growth Study
(empty folder)
307-75, Texas Association of School Boards TVA funding
309-75, Sabine County disaster area
310-75, Raymondville, Texas post office
311-75, Ector County coordinated Youth Services LEAA application
312-75, Valley Investment and Development Association, Inc. (VIDA) Rio Grande Valley
313-75, Fort Worth Stockyards redevelopment area, EDA
314-75, Dallas legal services, Health Law Center
315-75, Corsicana Community Playhouse
316-75, Loop 9 Highway, West Leg Dallas County
317-75, Port Isabel Post Office Box prices
318-75, Hays County funding search, HEW
319-75, Jewett, Texas, Central Texas steel plant, TWQB funding
320-75, Pollock, Texas post office, Angelina County
321-75, Austin Minority Enterprise Development Corp. (AMEDC) refunding
322-75, Brownsville, Texas, city-county clinic
324-75, Port Lavaca, Texas 92-500 funding application
325-75, Texas A & I University, Development Institution, designation application, Laredo, Texas
327-75, Grand Prairie, Texas 92-500 funds
328-75, Taylor, Texas community development
329-75, Odyssey House, Dallas, Texas, drug rehabilitation
330-75, Port Arthur, Texas Day Care Center
331-75, Projecto Salva Barrio, El Congreso Mexican Americans
332-75, San Antonio, Passport Office
333-75, LaVilla housing FHA and ACCEDC
334-75, Buna, Texas sewage grant
336-75, Victoria Education Service Center Bilingual Title VII, ESEA
337-75, Beaumont ISD, Title VII
335-75, Honey Grove Public Schools, Title III
338-75, Community Food and Nutrition Program, Office of Migrant Affairs
339-75, Point Comfort CP & L rates
340-75, Abilene Christian College Metrocenter
341-75, San Marcos, Hays County Migrant Health Project
342-75, Pan American University Manpower proposal, Costep
343-75, Seguin, Texas community development
345-75, City of Waelder, Texas HUD funds for water and sewer
346-75, Military Highway Water Supply Corporation, Mercedes, Texas
347-75, Dimmitt, Texas migrant labor transportation to public schools
349-75, Texas Department of Health Resources application #110, Aubrey, Texas EPA permit, Denton landfill project
350-75, Frio County community development funds
352-75, Edinburg General Hospital Hidalgo County
354-75, Stamford, Texas ISD Reading Academy Project
355-75, Lee Memorial Hospital, Giddings, Texas
356-75, Pilot Point Public Schools
000-89-0006 (92-043)/26 (00096655)357-75, Westlake Hills, Terrell Blodgett
358-75, Somerville ISD
359-75, El Ranchito, Texas Migrant School Program
360-75, Middle Rio Grande Development Council
361-75, Blewett Research Foundation, San Antonio Cancer Research
362-75, Hochheim, Texas post office
363-75, Dallas Inter-Tribal Center NIAAA application
364-75, City of LaJoya, community development
365-75, Beaumont, Texas construction industry strike
366-75, City of Ennis, Texas, Bardwell Reservoir
367-75, Black Duck and Tabbs Bay, Baytown
369-75, Anderson County CDBG
370-75, El Paso, Texas Tigua Indians HUD Housing
371-75, DETCOG 706 EDA
372-75, Panola County HUD application, community development
373-75, Action, Panhandle of Texas
374-75, South Texas Emergency Corps, Inc. application for assistance
375-75, VA Hospital El Paso, Texas
376-75, Orange Service League Homemaker Program
377-75, Magnolia, Texas Central Sewer System
378-75, Thomas L. Goodnight Hospital Caldwell, Texas
379-75, Austin ISD
380-75, Willacy County Disaster Declaration
381-75, Jewish Home for Aged, Houston, Texas, Livingston Kosberg
382-75, Jackson Park Project, Temple, Texas
383-75, Port Isabel ISD, Vietnamese refugees
384-75, Good Shepherd Hospital, Longview, Texas
385-75, Caddo Lake and Tributaries
386-75, Afro-American Art Museum, Dallas, Texas
387-75, Nacogdoches HUD Housing Project
388-75, Mexican American Unity Council, San Antonio
389-75, Joseph Johnston Camp Number 94 National Registry Linting
390-75, Dilley, Texas, EDA application
391-75, Children's Heart Program of South Texas Corpus Christi, Texas (empty folder)
392-75, DETCOG, unemployment, Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) funding
393-75, Alpine, Texas, solar energy
395-75, Donley County Soil and Water Conservation District
396-75, Travis County, correctional facility, LEAA application
398-75, City of Crowley
399-75, Economic Opportunities Development Corporation CETA III money
400-75, GI forum OMBE application for Austin LBDO
401-75, Voice, Park San Antonio area
402-75, Southwest Migrant Association CETA application
403-75, McAllen LEAA personnel for Valley drug traffic
404-75, Catch International, crime prevention project
405-75, Santa Maria Water Control and Improvement District
406-75, City of Taylor railroad crossing signals
407-75, Medical Center Hospital Equipment, Odessa
409-75, Ennis Bicentennial Library project
410-75, Copperas Cove South Sewage Plant, Big Valley Ranchettes
411-75, City of Roma, sewage facilities, Community Services Administration
412-75, Rio Hondo, EEOC suit
413-75, Laredo Junior College, EDA application
415-75, Channel Area Economic Development Corporation, senior citizens project
416-75, Title X, general
417-75, United States Highway 82 Fannin County, Sherman, Texas
418-75, Southeast Texas Regional Planning Commission Vietnamese refugees
419-75, City of Hallettsville, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Grant
420-75, Wortham Hospital Medicare participation
421-75, National Coalition of Spanish Speaking Mental Health Organizations, COSSMHO funding inquiry by LULAC
422-75, Indian Springs Park, Waco, Texas, Title X rejection
423-75, San Felipe beautification, Del Rio, Texas Title X rejection
424-75, Education Advancement for Mexican Americans, HEW, ESAA
425-75, Phenix and Hernandez, OMBE inquiries
426-75, Library Services to Penal Institutions, LEAA
427-75, Congressional Grove at Valley Forge
428-75, Austin Women's Center/ Woman's Educational Equity Act
429-75, Caprock Hospital District, Floydada, Texas
430-75, City of Childress
431-75, Harris County EDA Title X
432-75, City of Lufkin, community development
433-75, Prairie View A & M
434-75, Timberlawn Research Foundation HEW grant
435-75, Pantex Plant, Amarillo, Texas
436-75, Texas A & I University, Kingsville, Texas
000-89-0006 (92-043)/27 (00096429)437-75, Dimmit County, revenue sharing
438-75, Caldwell, Texas, library
439-75, Galveston College Title III HEA funding
440-75, Brentwood Church of Christ HUD application, Home for the Elderly
441-75, Tarrant County Hospital District Emergency Ambulance Service
443-75, Port Isabel Causeway
443-75, City of Marlin Airport
444-75, Bee County community development
445-75, Shelby General Hospital, Center, Texas
447-75, Bexar County, Impact Courts
448-75, Knipa post office
449-75, City of San Antonio HUD, community development recreational area
450-75, Brownsville HUD 235
451-75, Old Texas Capital Natchitoches Parish Louisiana, EDA
452-75, New Summerfield ISD
453-75, letter to constituency, letter to FHA and DCA
1-76, Headstart grant system
2-76, College Station HUD, elderly housing proposal
3-76, Garland Road Church of Christ, Dallas
4-76, Dallas, computerized diseases NIH grant
5-76, Gainesville, NCTCOG HEW grant
6-76, O'Donnell CDBG
7-76, Lacy and Lakeview sewer improvements HUD grant
8-76, Wichita Falls transportation system, Urban Mass Transportation Administration
9-76, Houston League of Women Voters, HEW grant
11-76, Freeport, USCG and Mopac Bridge
2.325/T38aFreeport, Texas, Hurricane and flood protection, January 1975
000-89-0006 (92-043)/27 (00096429)12-76, Civil Service reclassification of HEW jobs
13-76, Halletsville grant for recreation facilities, TPWD
14-76, Pleasanton grant for recreation facilities, TPWD
15-76, Borough of Charleroi, PA, HUD grant for elderly housing
16-76, Auburn University, Central Texas Irrigation Project
17-76, Cox Memorial Hospital, Abilene, HEW
18-76, Pasadena Interfaith Housing Foundation, Inc., HUD
19-76, drug abuse in Texas, Texas Department of Community Affairs
20-76, Grey Forest Utilities, FmHA, HUD, Railroad Commission
21-76, Bandera County Sewage Disposal System, FmHA
22-75, Texas A & I University at Laredo, EDA
23-76, San Antonio, coal gasification, EDA
24-76, Plainview, Community Action Program, CSA
25-76, Covington, CDBG
26-76, Abilene Industrial Foundation, EDA
27-76, Pantex Plant, Amarillo, wage dispute
28-76, Whole Life, Inc., HUD, housing for elderly
29-76, Ore City, water system improvements, FmHA
30-76, Prudential Insurance Co., Houston HMO designation, HEW
31-76, Snyder, eligibility for FmHA loans
32-76, Bridgeport, solar energy electrical generating plant, ERDA
33-76, Chapel Hill ISD, Tyler, HUD
34-76, Riverside water and sewer improvements
35-76, Dublin Waste Water Treatment Works
36-76, Tyler, Medical and Surgical Clinic P.A. Medicare
37-76, Clarksville, HSA, Health Planning Area 7
38-76, Vietnamese resettlement program in Southeast Texas
39-76, Lubbock Medical Center Hospital, HEW
40-76, Gilmer Hospital, HEW
41-76, Corpus Christi Central Homes, Inc., HUD Section 202 funding for elderly housing
42-76, Sundown water improvements (empty folder)
43-76, Burnet County free library
44-76, Texas Medical Association, current procedural terminology
45-76, Bertram sewer improvements, EPA (empty folder)
46-76, Annona post office
47-76, Washburn post office
48-76, Houston Fire Department, Emergency Medical Services, DOT
49-76, David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport, Tomball, FAA
50-76, San Antonio Conservation Society, Saint Paul Square Advisory Board
51-76, Hidalgo County Health Care Corporation, Migrant Health Project
52-76, Denver City, gas curtailment plan
53-76, Brownsboro sewer system improvements, TWQB
54-76, South Houston post office
55-76, Lometa water system improvements HUD block grant
56-76, Running Water Draw Watershed Project, Friona, Texas Soil Conservation Service
57-76, Child Study Center, Fort Worth developmental disabilities grant, HEW
58-76, National Spiritual Aid Association, Inc. missionary program to help Vietnamese refugees
59-76, Seguin Dam Restoration Project, HUD
60-75, Cone post office
61-76, Hurst post office
62-76, Southmost Broadcasting Company
63-76, Wharton County Junior College, HEW
64-76, Harris County public park land
65-76, Houston Hike and Bike Advisory Council
66-76, Jasper Post Office Building, to be used as library
67-76, Telegraph Post Office
68-76, Green Valley Property Owners Association, New Braunfels, HUD
69-76, McQueeney Lake improvement, Seguin, DOI
70-76, Central Texas Resource Conservation and Development (RC & D) District
71-76, Brownsville, supervision for untrained midwives
72-76, Parmer County, Lazbuddie Site 3 Running Water Draw Project, SCS
73-76, Garland ISD, modular vocation curriculum study, HEW (empty folder)
000-89-0006 (92-043)/28 (00880630)74-76, Wellborn post office
75-76, Fort Worth ISD, demonstration project for specific learning disabilities
76-76, Troy Sewer improvements, CDBG
77-76, Dialville post office
78-76, El Paso District Attorney, LEAA grant application
79-76, Dawson ISD, civil rights compliance, HEW
80-76, Trans-Pecos Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) area, Pecos, Texas, SCS
81-76, Pasadena post office
82-76, Valley Spring post office
83-76, Capital Area Planning Council (CAPCO) and Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS) application to FHWA and UMTA
84-76, Right to Read Program, Austin, Governor's Office, First Lady's Volunteer Program, HEW
85-76, Webb Air Force Base closure, Big Spring
329-88-0001/11 (01845055)85-76, Webb AFB project, 1976-1979
000-89-0006 (92-043)/29-2 (00096510)85-76, Webb AFB project
000-89-0006 (92-043)/28 (00880630)86-76, Senior Citizens of Port Arthur, Inc., HUD Section 202 housing funds
87-76, post office closings, general
88-76, University of Texas at Austin, Center for Asian Studies, HEW grant
90-76, Buckholts water system improvement's, HUD
91-76, Navarro College, solar energy, Upward Bound
92-76, Garland Public Schools, Department of Special Education HEW grant
93-76, Farmers Branch post office, want new one
94-76, Ivy Terrace Apartments, McAllen, objections to rent increases, HUD
95-76, Freer, information on Federal Programs, TDCA
96-76, Houston-Galveston Regional Black Archives NEH research grant
97-76, Corpus Christi Naval Air Station, proposed deletion of air training
98-76, La Homa Ranch Development Company, Mission, local opposition to drug rehabilitation facility
99-76, Wild Basin of Bee Creek, Austin, proposed wilderness park, DOI
100-76, Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
101-76, San Antonio, Department of Commerce Field Office
102-76, McKinney CDBG, HUD
103-76, Houston Economic Development Corporation, OMBE grant to serve Houston Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA)
104-76, University of Texas Medical Branch, NIMH grant
105-76, Leon Valley CDBG
106-76, Rosemont Community School, Fort Worth, denied by HUD
107-76, Farwell Hospital District, need for dentist, Health Service Corps
108-76, Runge, need for doctor, Health Service Corps
109-76, Regional School for the Deaf, Edinburg, HEW
110-76, Dallas Mail Delivery Schedule changes, USPS
111-76, Greenville Post Office Service, USPS
113-76, Raymondville Education System, non compliance with HEW
114-76, American Association of Small Cities, CSA
115-76, El Paso Labor Union AFL-CIO Sec. 202 grant, HUD
116-76, Floresville EDA grant for flood control, EDA
117-76, Coke County Library, HEW assistance
118-76, Rio Grande City Public Schools solar energy system, ERDA and ESAA
119-76, South Texas Rural Health Services, Inc. HEW (empty folder)
120-76, Texas State Technical Institute, Rio Grande Campus, Harlingen, HEW
122-76, Fort Hood, project MASSTER proposed reduction DOA
123-76, San Antonio Business Resource Center, OMBE
124-76, EMS system for West Texas COG, HEW
125-76, Amigos Del Valle
126-76, Nortex Regional Planning Commission (RPC) EMS system, TDHR
127-76, Walnut Creek, Seguin, flood control
128-76, Gainesville Municipal Airport, FAA
129-76, Baylor College of Medicine, NICHD grant has been funded but needs authorization
130-76, Postal Service hiring practices
131-76, Allen Parkway Village anti-crime program (GCCSA) and Houston Housing Authority, LEAA
131-76, GCCSA, Houston, CSA
132-76, Victoria and Mission Valley Schools Consolidation Department of Justice
133-76, Brownsville Mass Transit Study
135-76, Canyon CDBG, HUD
000-89-0006 (92-043)/29-1 (00096699)136-76, Children's Heart Program of South Texas
137-76, Kleberg CDBG
138-76, Tyler Federal Building, to house FmHA, SCS, ASCS offices
139-76, McAdoo post office route consolidation
140-76, AACOG, EDA rules to change composition of governing bodies
141-76, Camino Real Health Systems Agency, HEW, AACOG
142-76, Galveston CDBG, HUD
143-76, Petrolia water and sewer improvements, EPA and TWQB
144-76, Bacliff Volunteer Fire Department, TDCA
145-76, Ella Austin Community Center, San Antonio, HUD
146-76, Sterling C. Robertson Dam and Lake Limestone, Leon DOA
147-76, Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council/Pan American University (LRGVDC/PAU) Urban Studies Intern Program, HUD, for Pan American University, Edinburg
148-76, Cushing ISD, HEW compliance
149-76, Windcrest revenue sharing and census figures
150-76, Public Communication Foundation of North Texas, Dallas, HEW
151-76, Perryton ISD bond election, DOJ
152-76, Boerne County line ISD, HEW Title IX non-compliance
153-76, Alice, flooding of land on east side of town
154-76, Lee College, Baytown, New Statistics Project
155-76, Community Action Resource Services, Inc., Texarkana DOT
156-76, Rockdale, CTCOG, want HUD funds to improve shantytown
157-76, Lamar County Chamber of Commerce, scheduled airling service for Paris, Texas and Lamar County, CAB
158-76, Redwater post office, closing on Saturdays
159-76, Brownsville Adult and Continuing Education Cooperative Brownsville ISD
160-76, San Patricio Community Action Agency, FmHA home ownership loans need to be processed faster
161-76, Austin Commission on Aging, local opposition, HEW
162-76, Brazoria County Airport near Lake Jackson
163-76, Shepherd flood
164-76, Southwest Medical Plan, Inc. HMO planning grant, HEW
165-76, Roma Downtown Renovation Project, EDA
166-76, Double Lake, Sam Houston National Forest closing due to sewer repairs near Coldspring
167-76, Rosebud water supply and ICC railroad abandonment
168-76, Texas A & I bilingual and bicultural educational grant HEW
169-76, Cedar Creek post office closing
170-76, San Juan CDBG, HUD
171-76, Hidalgo County Housing Authority HUD Section 8 rental housing assistance
172-76, Shelby County Department of Education, IRS
173-76, Paducah CDBG, HUD
174-76, Brownsville ISD bilingual bicultural grant application, HEW (empty folder)
175-76, Stream and Valleys Committee, Fort Worth, bike trail, FHWA
176-76, Whitestone Retirement Residence, Inc., Austin HUD Section 8 supplementary funding
17-76, Huntsville Jail LEAA and CJC
178-76, Wharton Municipal Airport FAA
179-76, University of Texas at Austin Development Board
180-76, Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans, Houston HEW, ESAA
181-76, International Bridge in Los Tomates Banco area of Brownsville Department of State
183-76, Corpus Christi Right to Read Program, HEW
184-76, Waco Right to Read Program, HEW
185-76, Abilene Community Action Association, Family Planning Program
186-76, Del Rio Airport, FAA
187-76, Brownsville Community Action Association, HEW grant from Office of Human Development
188-76, Foard County Soil and Water Conservation District, Crowell Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA)
189-76, Texarkana Civic Center construction
2.116/OD 1273Downtown redevelopment-Proposed landuse and traffic pattern-Texarkana, Texas, August 8, 1977
000-89-0006 (92-043)/29-1 (00096699)190-76, South Texas Cultural Basin, Bilingual Pictorial Guide application, HUD, Governor's Office
191-76, Romanian Exchange Program, University of Texas at Arlington, Department of State
000-89-0006 (92-043)/88 (00097658)192-76, Brownsville: Texas Southmost College HEW-Bilingual/Bicultural grant, Cameron County
193-76, Laguna Madre Area Bicentennial Commission-Yankee Doodle musical revue, Cameron County
194-76, Baylor University-Analysis of the Balcones Fault National Science Foundation, McLennan County
195-76, Dallas: North Lake College Solar Energy Project ERDA, Dallas County
196-76, Starr County Disaster Funds FDAA
197-76, folder not found
198-76, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Centers NSF & Department of State, Lubbock County
199-76, Starr County Manpower Program, Roma TDCA
200-76, folder not found
201-76, Angleton Park Development Project-TPWD, Also Revenue Sharing Information and LPW, EDA, Brazoria County
202-76, Silsbee Cemetery Association-federal funds for cemeteries, Hardin County
203-76, Contemporary Art Museum, Houston flood damage-NEA, Harris County
204-76, Donna: AgTec Corporation USDA grant for cotton control, Hidalgo County
205-76, Houston Flooding-Disaster Area Declaration-June, 1976, Harris County
206-76, National Association of Pension Consultants & Administrators DOL, Dallas County
207-76, Austin: Huston-Tillotson College-HEW Loan Funds, Travis County (folder empty)
208-76, Archer City Water Supply FmHA, Archer County
209-76, Galveston Historical Foundation, Inc. Innovative Projects Program-HUD, Galveston County
210-76, Edcouch-Elsa ISD ESAA funding from HEW, Hidalgo County
211-76, Happy Birthday, USA Parade in Washington, July 3-Opposition by Castle Hills First Baptist Church, San Antonio, Bexar County
212-76, Adult Basic Education-UT Division of Extension per Texas Labor Center, Travis County
213-76, Denton: General, Denton County
214-76, Dallas elevated monorail system for downtown-DOT, Dallas County
215-76, Hardin Water Supply Corporation-FmHA, Liberty County
216-76, Halletsville: HUD, Lavaca County
217-76, Bastrop: Aqua Water Supply Corporation, Bastrop County
218-76, Center: HUD, Shelby County
219-76, Victoria Railroad Crossing-dangerous DOT, Victoria County
220-76, Environmental Impact Statements-objection to procedures, El Paso County
221-76, Gruver: Vietnamese Doctors-NHSC, Hansford County
222-76, Corpus Christi: Tejas Gas Corporation, ERDA grant for coal exploration, Nueces County
223-76, SBA Closing of Marshall Office SBA, Harrison County
224-76, Hinson-Hazlewood Loan Program-New Mexico Plan HEW & Coordinating Board of Texas College & University System, Travis County
225-76, Terrell Public Schools-ESAA funding, Kaufman County
226-76, Goliad: restoration of historic downtown area DOI, Goliad County
227-76, Lake Jackson: Oak Forest subdivision in Lake Jackson-USCG permit for bridge construction, Brazoria County
228-76, Houston: Customs Office at Airport-Customs Service, Harris County
229-76, Lubbock: Summer Recreation programs-opposition by South Plains Association of Governments to duplication of efforts, Lubbock County
230-76, Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, Rural Public Transportation Demonstration Program DOT-Section 147, Hidalgo County
231-76, National Association of Single Drug Abuse Agencies (Texas State Office on Drug Abuse), Statewide
232-76, Val Verde County bridge crossing-National Park Service
233-76, McCulloch County: USDA Building-General Correspondence on Directions
234-76, Garland: Electric Load Management Study FEA, Dallas County
235-76, Corpus Christi wind power electric generating system ERDA, Nueces County
236-76, Canyon Post Office-construction of new one-USPS, Randall County
237-76, Beaumont: Sanitary Fill U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Jefferson County
238-76, Freeport: Harbor Enlargement-DOI, Brazoria County
239-76, Kerrville: federal building & tennis courts-local opposition-Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Kerr County
240-76, Fort Worth: Save the Scott Home, Incorporated-DOI, National Park Service, Tarrant County
241-76, Cottle County EDA Designation
242-76, Waco-Madison Cooper Airport-FAA, McLennan County
243-76, Houston: Project Aid (American and Indochina Development Corporation-DPW, HEW, Harris County
244-76, Corpus Christi: South Park Manor Nursing Home, HEW, Nueces County
245-76, Paducah railroad abandonment-ICC, AB-109, Cottle County
246-76, Tehucana Creek channelization-USDA, McLennan County
247-76, Plains: busing plan-HEW, Yoakum County
248-76, Tyler: Mail Sorting Transfer to Longview-USPS, Smith County
249-76, Beaumont: chronic dialysis unit-HEW, Jefferson County
250-76, Temple: Tutor & Ellis Multiple Placement Home for Veterans-VA, Bell County
251-76, El Paso: objection by citizens that no handicapped persons are used in planning process-DOT, El Paso County
252-76, TDCA Authority to Administer Section 8 HUD programs, Travis County
253-76, Bryan: ISD-ESAA funds, Brazos County
254-76, Aransas County Conservation and Reclamation District-need improvements to water system
255-76, Cisco: problems at management level at City Hall, Eastland County
256-76, Hill County Disaster Declaration-FDAA, Hill County
257-76, Streetman-wants road to connect with FM 416-SDHPT & TDCA, Freestone/Navarro Counties
258-76, Donna & Weslaco: transfer of mail clerks-local opposition-USPS, Hidalgo County
259-76, Port Arthur: Desire to house U.S. Corps of Engineers Floating Museum Sergeant Floyd, Jefferson County
260-76, Crosby: ISD-ESAA funding, Harris County
261-76, Falcon Lake Park near McAllen-TPWD, Hidalgo County
262-76, Lower Rio Grande Valley Broadcasting Council, FCC & HEW, Hidalgo County
263-76, Corpus Christi: South Texas HSA, HEW Designation, Nueces County
264-76, San Marcos: Hays County Migrant Health Project HEW
265-76, San Antonio: AFL/CIO HUD Section 202 Application, Bexar County
266-76, folder not found
267-76, Tulia/Swisher County Airport
268-76, American Federation of Government Employees CSA Staffing Cutbacks, region not listed
269-76, folder not found
270-76, Howard University-Resource Information Exchange System Application to HEW, no region listed
271-76, Benavides ISD-Oscar Carillo, no region listed
272-76, Milano ISD, EDA Regulations regarding SB 3201, no region listed
273-76, Hobby Airport Funding, no region listed
274-76, Pittsburg, Texas Kidney Machine, Camp County
275-76, Port Aransas: Need for Rental Housing, no region listed
276-76, Mercedes: new post office facility, Hidalgo County
277-76, Palo Alto Battlefield near Brownsville, Cameron County
278-76, Kress: mail route consolidation USPS, Swisher County
279-76, Rockdale: Aycock school -HUD, Milam County
280-76, Brownsville: bikeway funds-FHWA, Cameron County
281-76, Howard Hughes' Legal Residency, Statewide
282-76, Texas Municipal League-Lloyd Bentsen article to be published in Texas Town & City, Statewide
283-76, Austin: Paramount Theatre, historic preservation, Travis County
284-76, Good Neighbor Commission-Support for Aviateca, Guatemalan Airline to serve DFW, State
000-89-0006 (92-043)/29-3 (00096597)285-76, Weslaco Library, needs funds for more services
286-76, Panola Watchman, enforcement of USPS regulations regarding mail classifications
287-76, Jewish Community Council, Houston
289-76, Port Isabel ISD, Mexican students harassing Anglo, white, students, DOJ
290-76, Austin Tennis Center, EDA
291-76, Duval County unemployment rate, EDA
292-76, Texas Hemophilia Association, HEW grant application
293-76, Goodwill Industries, Houston, Independence Hall, HUD Section 202 grant
294-76, Zavala County Economic Development Corporation, CSA
295-76, Corpus Christi Public Works Seminar, EDA
296-76, Howe post office, construction of new one, USPS
297-76, ACCEDC, AGC controversy
3V228Photographic material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/29-3 (00096597)298-76, Hansford Feedyard, Inc., Spearman FmHA loan
000-89-006 (92-043)/29-3 (00096597)299-76, Laredo Radar Site
000-89-0006 (92-043)/29-3 (00096597)300-76, Val Verde Memorial Hospital, Del Rio, HEW, EDA grant

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