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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Theater, 1930s-2009

Television, 1955-1990

Movies, 1959-1997

HemisFair '68, 1964-1969

Rosengren's Books, 1976-1988

Columns, 1984-2003

Other Projects, 1939-2009

University of Texas San Antonio

Frank Rosengren, Jr. (pseudonym Frank Duane) Papers, 1930s-2009



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Rosengren, Frank Duane
Title: Frank Rosengren, Jr. (pseudonym Frank Duane) Papers
Dates: 1930s-2009
Creator Abstract: Frank Duane Rosengren was a playwright, screenwriter, producer, poet, and lyricist. He had several produced plays in New York and Texas (Walls Rise Up, Guitar), worked for over thirty years in educational television (Omnibus, On The Spot, Pilgrims to the West, Lone Star, Centuries of Service), served as a Special Consultant for Theme Development for HemisFair '68, and was a newspaper columnist for the San Antonio Light and North San Antonio Times. He is the son of Frank and Florence Rosengren, owner-operators of Rosengren’s Books.
Content Abstract: The collection spans Frank Duane Rosengren’s entire professional career and is largely composed of scripts, drafts, correspondence, clippings, and notes from his work as a playwright, television writer and producer, consultant, and newspaper columnist.
Identification: MS 463
Extent: 42.75 linear feet (47 boxes)
Language: English
Repository University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Biographical Sketch

Frank “Figgi” Duane Rosengren was born in Chicago on August 8, 1926. He was a playwright, screenwriter, producer, poet, and lyricist. He is the son of Florence Kednay and Knute Frank Rosengren Sr., owner-operators of the now-closed San Antonio bookstore, Rosengren’s Books. He moved to San Antonio with his parents in 1935; doctors recommended the move to a warmer climate due to Frank’s bronchitis. Frank began to show interest in writing as a child. His first play, The Nuts at the Roundtable,, was published in Story Parade: A Magazine for Boys and Girls when he was only ten years old. He graduated from Jefferson High School in 1944 and served in the U.S. Army Air Force, Special Services from 1944 to 1946. He then worked in the editorial department at Churusbusco Studios in Mexico City for two years, and afterwards attended the University of Chicago, graduating with his B.A. in Liberal Arts in 1951. That same year, Frank married Emily Camille “Cam” Sweeney (January 13), and his play Walls Rise Up was produced by Margo Jones at Theatre 51 in Dallas.

After Walls Rise Up, Frank and Camille moved to New York, where their daughter Emily Rosengren Ferry was born. The Rosengren family spent ten years in New York, in which time Frank worked as a staff writer for the CBS television series Omnibus, and as a Production Assistant on Broadway. He also wrote plays and screenplays, including Suddenly, A Thief (1952); Faces for Charlie (1954), A Delicate Question (1956), Touch Fire (1957), Jimmy and The River (1958), Guitar (1959), and San Jose Story (Texas Historic Theatre, 1962). During this time Frank also became the first recipient of the RCO-NBC Fellowship in Drama to Yale University (1955-1956).

Frank, Camille, and Emily moved back to San Antonio in the early 1960’s. In 1963, Frank became a Program Consultant, Producer, and Writer for KENS, the San Antonio CBS television affiliate. While at KENS, Frank worked as a Producer and Writer for On The Spot, a popular quiz show for local high school students. Frank also served as a Special Consultant for Theme Development for HemisFair ’68 and was editor of El Abrazo Magazine, the official magazine of the fair. In 1966, his play Prophets of Light was produced at the San Antonio Municipal Auditorium as part of the centennial celebrations for the Sisters of Divine Providence. Frank also helped launch the local public television station for Austin-San Antonio, KLRN. Frank worked in several capacities for KLRN, though chiefly as a Writer and Executive Producer. Notable projects for KLRN include Project History (1966-1967), Pilgrims to the West (1971-1973), and To Harness the Rain (1978). Frank also worked for the public television affiliate in Corpus Christi, KEDT (1976-1991), and served as Consulting Producer for the series Lone Star (1986).

After his mother retired in the 1970s, Frank and Camille operated Rosengren’s Books until the store closed in 1987. Frank also worked as either a writer, advisor, or producer for numerous other organizations, such as the Department of the Army (Centuries of Service), the San Antonio Conservation Society, and the Inter-American Educational Center. Additionally, he worked as a casting consultant for three locally filmed Hollywood movies, and wrote a long-standing column for the San Antonio Light and North San Antonio Times. Frank was a member of the Writer’s Guild of America, The Dramatist Guild, an alumnus of New York’s ‘The New Dramatist’ and the National Association of Educational Broadcasters. He was a board member of the San Antonio Council of Music Theatre, The San Antonio Little Theatre Council and Our Lady of the Lake Community Arts Center. He was listed in Who’s Who in the South and Southwest and Who’s Who of the American Theatre. Frank passed away on April 29, 2010.

Sources:

Obituary for Frank Duane Rosengren, San Antonio Express-News, May 2, 2010

Biography of Frank Duane, Wings Press Publishing, Accessed January 30, 2017 [no longer available online]

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Scope and Content Note

The Frank Rosengren, Jr. (pseudonym Frank Duane) Papers date from the 1930s to 2009 (bulk 1945-2009), and chiefly document his life as a writer and producer. The collection spans his entire professional career and is largely composed of scripts, drafts, correspondence, clippings, and notes from his work as a playwright, television writer and producer, consultant, copyeditor, and newspaper columnist. The collection also contains writing from Frank’s childhood, movie scripts, manuscripts for novels, and files from the operation of his family’s bookstore, Rosengren’s Books. Personal project files from Frank and Camille’s involvement with the San Antonio community are also present. The collection is mostly composed of paper files, though audiovisual media and removable electronic media are present in files dating from the 1990s and 2000s.

The collection does not contain The Nuts at the Roundtable, his work from Churusbusco Studios, Faces for Charlie, or Centuries of Service. There are virtually no photographs in the collection.

The collection is organized into seven series, which are arranged in chronological order according to the earliest-date materials in each series:

The Theater Series ranges from the 1930s to 2009 and is the second largest series in the collection. The bulk of the material dates from the late 1940’s to late 1960s; almost no material in this series dates from the 1970s or 1980s. The series largely contains drafts of play scripts from over 35 plays written by Frank Duane, including Walls Rise Up, The Seldom Spring, Guitar, A Delicate Question, San Jose Story, and Prophets of Light. Also present are song lyrics for plays, drafts of plays never produced, correspondence, press clippings, and notes. Publicity material and programs for produced plays are present, but sparse. Of note is a folder of promotional material relating to the Sisters of Divine Providence’s centennial celebrations, for which Prophets of Light was written. One 3.5-inch computer disk is present in the “Transition notes” folder for Doria’s Vows.

The Television Series dates from 1955-1990. It contains scripts, correspondence, newsletters, newspaper clippings, research files, grant narratives, proposals, and notes relating to Frank Duane’s work as a writer and producer of educational television programming for CBS and PBS affiliate stations. The series includes his work for the educational entertainment show Omnibus, KENS San Antonio (On The Spot), KLRN Austin-San Antonio (Pilgrims to the West, To Harness the Rain), and KEDT Corpus Christi (Lone Star). Audiovisual materials include a Panasonic ½-inch NV-P530 magnetic video cartridge for the pilot of Jesus, Smallpox, and the Horse, as well as four ¼ -inch magnetic audiotape reels for To Harness the Rain.

The Movies Series ranges from 1959-1997 and contains Frank Duane’s film scripts, correspondence, notes and clippings for Teeth of the Devil (Roger Corman Productions), Vangel Griffin, and Doctor Gabriel, none of which were produced. The series also contains Frank’s casting files for other movies filmed in and around San Antonio, such as Viva Max!, The Getaway, and Sugarland Express. One 3.5-inch computer disk and one 5.25-inch computer floppy disk are present in the files for Doctor Gabriel.

The HemisFair ‘68 Series dates from 1964-1969 and contains Frank Duane’s work from his roles as Special Consultant for Theme Development, Editor of El Abrazo Magazine, and Chief of Special Features for the 1968 World’s Fair held in San Antonio. This work involved development of publicity material such as promotional videos, brochures, public statements, content for local press and calendars, the official HemisFair Newsletter, and El Abrazo Magazine. The series contains copyediting and script drafts, correspondence, published newsletters, notes, clippings, and brochures. The series also contains research and drafts of the Handbook of Texas article on the fair, which Frank authored.

The Rosengren’s Books Series ranges from 1976-1988 and reflects the business operations of the final years of the store, including the store’s move from Bonham Street to Losoya Street, attempts to sell the store, and the eventual closing of the store. The series includes financial records, correspondence with customers, lease information and correspondence with Bonham Street landlord Hap Veltman, and newspaper and magazine articles about the store. Of note is the San Antonio Historical Association Award of Merit to Florence Rosengren.

The Columns Series dates from 1984-2003 and contains Frank Duane’s drafts of newspaper columns for the San Antonio Light, Go! Magazine, and the North San Antonio Times. The series also contains correspondence, clippings of the published columns, and copies of Go! Magazine. Of note are photographs of the interior of the Hertzberg Circus Museum in the Go! Magazine subseries.

The Other Projects Series ranges from the 1939-2009 and contains a wide variety of material from Frank Duane’s personal interests and community projects. The largest subseries contains material from Frank and Camille’s involvement with the San Antonio Conservation Society, which largely documents the society’s fight against the construction of the North Expressway (McAllister Freeway/U.S. Route 281) and Camille Rosengren’s files from her role as the society’s newsletter editor. Other highlights include biographical information, professional resumes, childhood schoolwork, a near-complete run of the Jefferson High School newspaper from 1941-1944, manuscript drafts of unpublished novels, poetry, ephemera from plays and other performing arts events which he attended; copyediting work for the Inter-American Educational Center brochure; and Bicentennial San Antonio newsletters, brochures, and calendars.

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Organization of Collection

Theater
Television
Movies
HemisFair '68
Rosengren's Books
Columns
Other Projects

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Original audiovisual materials cannot be handled directly by patrons. Please contact Special Collections to request access to these materials, which may require the creation of digital copies.

This collection is housed at UTSA's Main Campus and must be accessed via the John Peace Library Special Collections reading room. To request access, please use the Collections Request Form.

Select files in the Rosengren's Books series require Archivist review prior to patron use.

Use Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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Index Terms

Persons
Rosengren, Frank Duane
Rosengren, Emily Camille
Organizations
HemisFair (1968 : San Antonio, Tex.)
KEDT-TV (Television station : Corpus Christi, Tex.)
KENS (Television station : San Antonio, Tex.)
KLRN (Television station : San Antonio, Tex.)
Rosengren’s Books
San Antonio Conservation Society
Subjects
Authors.
Drama.
Dramatists
Educational television programs.
Motion pictures.
Musical theater.
Newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.
Omnibus (Television program : 1952-1961)
Producers and directors
Public television.
Television and theater.
Television scripts.
Television writers.
Theater
Places
New York (N.Y.)
San Antonio (Tex.)
Genres/Formats
Clippings (information artifacts)
Compact discs
Correspondence
Drafts (documents)
Floppy disks
Hard disks
Manuscripts (documents)
Newsletters
Notes
Plays (performed works)
Printed Ephemera
Television scripts
Local Subjects
HemisFair '68 (The 1968 World's Fair)
San Antonio History
Writers

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Related Material

Frank’s posthumously published poetry chapbook, Anywhere from Orpheus, is available in UTSA’s John Peace Library. Rosengren’s Books: An Oasis for Mind and Spirit by Mary Carolyn Hollers George is also available.

An interview with Frank and Camille Rosengren regarding O’Neil Ford can be found in the Mary Carolyn Hollers George Papers at UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

Files on Frank Duane can be found in the San Antonio Fair, Inc. Records at UTSA Libraries Special Collections, Executive Officers Series, the Public Relations Series, and the Audiovisual Materials Series.

Photographs of Rosengren family members and Rosengren’s Books can be found in the San Antonio Express-News Photograph Collection at UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

A copy of Walls Rise Up can also be found in the Margo Jones Papers located at the Dallas Public Library.

A copy of Walls Rise Up and correspondence with Frank Duane can be found in the George Sessions Perry Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.

The Handbook of Texas article on HemisFair ’68, authored by Frank Duane, is available to read online.

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Separated Material

Two books were removed from the collection and transferred to UTSA Libraries Special Collections Rare Books:

  • Fishing Holes of Texas by L.A. Wilke, 1973 (inscribed by author to Frank Duane, 1977)
  • Century 21: The Story of the Seattle World's Fair, 1962 by Morgan Murray, 1963

3.5 Linear feet (4 boxes) of duplicative On The Spot questions were returned to Camille Rosengren in July 2018. 11 linear feet (11 boxes) of files and audiovsual material relating to the US Army Medical Department were transferred to the US Army Medical Education Center of History and Heritage at Joint Base San Antonio Fort Sam Houston in November 2018.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Frank Rosengren, Jr. (pseudonym Frank Duane) Papers, MS 463, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Received as a gift from Camille Rosengren and Emily Ferry in 2016 (Acc. 2016-012) and 2017 (Acc. 2017-003).

Processing Information

Processed by Katie Rojas, Manuscripts Archivist, with support from Graduate Student Clerks Alesia Hoyle and Arminda Gandara, 2016-2017.

Finding aid updated by Katie Rojas in 2018 to reflect deaccessions.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Theater, 1930s-2009

Bugs
Box
53 Script, 1930s
Nine Days a Queen
Box
53 Script, 1930s
Untitled play [1]
Box
53 Script, 1930s
Untitled play [2]
Box
53 Script, ca. 1930s-1940s
Episode [alternate title: Strangers in Eden]
Box
53 Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4, ca. 1944-1945
A Net to Catch an Angel
Box
53 Script, 1945, 1952 [1]
Script, 1945, 1952 [2]
Script, 1945, 1952 [3]
Script, 1945, 1952 [4]
Faces
Box
53 Script, 1946
Original version, 1946, 1948
Believers and Dreamers
Box
53 Script, 1947
Episodes on an Empty Stage
Box
53 Script, undated [1]
Script, 1947 [2]
Of Men and Angels
Box
53 First Draft, 1947
The Tender Mockery
Box
53 Script, 1947 [1]
Script, 1947 [2]
Untitled play [3]
Box
53 Script, 1947
The Development of David Brand
Box
53 Script, 1947-1948
Ariadne
Box
53 Original version, 1948
Script, 1948
Pacific Ocean
Box
53 Script, 1948
The Man Who Shakes Hands
Box
53 Script, 1948
Strangers in Eden
Box
53 Script, 1948-1951
Third draft, 1948-1951
Third draft, 1948-1951
Second draft, 1948-1950
First version, 1948-1950
Box
48 Various San Antonio production plans, 1948-1962
The Empty Room
Box
53 First draft, 1949
The Pound of Cure
Box
53 First draft, 1949
Stars and Stripes
Box
53 First draft, 1949
The Seldom Spring
Box
49 Third draft, 1949, 1952
Script, undated [1]
Script, 1949, 1952, 1953 [2]
Printing copy, 1949, 1952, 1953
Song lyrics, undated
Fourth draft, 1949, 1952, 1953
Box
53 Musical version, 1951
Second draft, 1950-1951
Rough final draft, undated
Walls Rise Up [alternate title: Jimmy and the River]
Box
6 Jimmy and the River: Script, 1950 [1]
Jimmy and the River: Script, 1950 [2]
First "final," 1950
Weiderhold version, undated
Original, 1950
Script, 1950 [1]
Script, 1950 [2]
Script, 1950 [3]
Margo Jones contract, 1950
Programs and newspaper clippings, 1951, 1954
Fourth sequence-The Phoenix Story, 1952
Fourth sequence, 1955
Song lyrics, undated
Notes and correspondence, 1959
Notes, clippings, sheet music, 1961-2006
Suddenly, A Thief
Box
49 First version, first draft, 1951
Notes, 1949-1951
Second draft, 1951
Scenes one and two, undated
Scenes three and four, undated
Scenes five, six and seven, undated
First version, third draft, 1951
Second version, third draft, 1951
Song lyrics, undated
And Believe Me Ever
Box
49 First draft, 1950
Six Strings of Desire
Box
49 Script, 1952
First draft, undated
Full-length rewrite, 1991
Penelope
Box
3 Script, 1953 [1]
Script, 1953 [2]
Guitar
Box
49 First draft, 1953
Second draft, 1953
Second draft before "Juan" cuts (act one), 1953
Third draft, printing copy, 1953
Third draft, 1953
Script, 1953 [1]
Box
44 Script, 1953 [2]
Script, 1953 [3]
Rough copy of final draft, 1958
Script, 1953 [4]
Second draft, 1953
Fourth draft, 1953
Third "typing" draft, 1953
Box
49 Script, undated
Printing final, undated
Box
3 Fourth draft, 1953
Fifth draft, undated
Sixth draft, undated
Script as read at New Dramatists, 1958
Final copy from which Tom Erhardt typed April 1959 script, 1958
Production script, 1960
Script with some sequences removed, undated
Notes, correspondence, and script regarding a rewrite, 1961, 1974, 1991
Script, 1953 [5]
Script [6]
Script, undated [7]
Notes, undated [3 folders]
Newspaper clippings, 1959
"The Failure of Guitar: When Young Man's Gag is Old Man's Symbol," Village Voice article by Frank Duane, 1959
Playbills and tickets, 1959
Congratulatory telegrams and cards, 1959
The Need to Kill Brutus [alternate title: Faces for Charley]
Box
3 First draft, 1954
Script, 1954
Early notes not used, undated
Dialogue notes not used, undated
Shadow of a Bear
Box
6 First "final," 1954
Box
3 Printing copy, 1954
Script, 1954 [1]
Script, undated [2]
Bunny and Yale notes, undated
Later notes, undated
Newspaper clippings, 1959
Box
6 Script, 1954 [3]
Script and notes on re-read, 1954, 1990
Quigley's Millions
Box
44 First draft, undated
First "typing" draft, 1955
Typing script for final draft, 1957
Captain Kidd
Box
43 First draft, undated
Early Kidd notes, undated
Draft script, undated
Copied pages from Captain Kidd, 1930
Research, undated
Script notes, undated
Bibliography, undated
Voyage map, undated
Correspondence, 1956
Draft script, undated
Notes, undated
Script notes, undated
A Delicate Question
Box
3 Typescript, 1956
Production script, Hyde Park Playhouse, undated [2 copies]
Production script to use for rewrite, undated
Box
13 First "typing" draft, undated
Second "typing" draft, 1956
Box
50 Working draft, first draft, 1956
First final printing, 1956
Transition Script, 1956
Second final draft, 1956
Script, 1956 [1]
Script, undated [2]
Script, undated [3]
Script, undated [4]
Correspondence and notes, 1959, 1962, 1972
Box
13 Correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1960
Touch Fire
Box
44 First draft, 1957
First draft with notes
Second draft, 1957
Box
50 Notes, 1959
Script, undated [1]
Script - uncut, undated [2]
Script - cut, undated [3]
Script, undated [4]
First typed draft, 1957
Script, undated [5]
Rough draft, 1957
Three for Dancing
Box
55 First notes and early complete first act, undated
Act one, 1957
Act two, 1957
Act three, 1957
Box
17 Miscellaneous early writing, 1958, 1962
The Gay Felons
Box
44 Correspondence and clippings, 1958
Proposed replotting, 1958
Notes, 1958
Suzanne and Gabriel scene drafts, 1958
Annotated revision
Box
44 Act I, June 20, 1958
Act II, June 20, 1958
Act III, June 20, 1958
Cuts
Box
44 Act I, 1958
Act II, 1958
Act III, 1958
Gift of Pleasure
Box
55 Script from which first final draft was typed, 1958
Script, 1958-1960 [1]
Script, 1958-1960 [2]
The Far-Away War
Box
50 Act one, 1959
Act two, 1959
First draft, 1959
Box
55 Rough draft, 1959
Rough draft of new final scene, 1976
A Smaller Joy
Box
50 Script, 1959 [1]
Script, undated [2]
Script, undated [3]
Rough draft, 1959 [1]
Notes and rewrites, 1960
Rough first final draft, 1960
Script, 1959 [4]
Rough draft, 1959 [2]
Rough draft, 1954, 1956 [3]
Script, 1959 [5]
The Devil on Sunday [alternate title: Merchants of Pride]
Box
55 Act one, 1959-1960
Acts one and two, 1959-1960
Act three, 1959-1960
Drain Pipe
Box
55 Script, 1959, 1961
The Comfort of Pigeons
Box
55 Script, ca. 1960
Picnic
Box
17 Script, 1961-1962
A Charmed Life
Box
13 First draft, 1961-1963
Outline draft, 1961
Hector's Office
Box
55 Drafts, 1961
San Jose Story
Box
OM1 Promotional posters, undated
Box
8 Bound script, 1962 [1]
Bound script, 1962 [2]
Notes, correspondence, and opening night, 1962
Los Indios de San Jose, 1965
Script from which 1963 production and publication script was typed, 1963
Original of 1963 production script, 1963
Script suggestions for second season, undated
Press clippings, 1958-1986
Rehearsal script (not used), 1963
Program booklet, 1963
Early versions of outline, 1961
First rough notes and first draft of dialogue, 1961
Outline draft, 1961
Uncorrected first draft of script, 1962
Notes and correspondence on second season, 1963
Fight correspondence, 1961-1963
Production script, James Barton, Director, 1962
Press clippings, 1962
Press clippings, 1963
Brochures and correspondence, 1963
Negotiations after 1967, 1968-1972
First draft, 1961
First final draft, 1962
Press clippings, notes, and correspondence, 1963-2000
Prophets of Light
Box
13 Script and correspondence, 1966
Program, 1966 [2 copies]
Newspaper clippings, 1966
Box
55 Correspondence, 1966
Correspondence and notes, 1966
Clippings, 1966
Sisters of Divine Providence Centennial events, 1966
Production and rehearsals, 1966
Early drafts, 1966
Drafts, 1966
Script, 1966
Drafts and clippings, 1966
Gridiron Show
Box
12 Conservation skit, 1967
Box
16 Sketch script, ca. 1970s
Naked Girl
Box
13 Notes, clippings, and draft pages, 1993-2008
Disenchanted: Scenes from A Grimm World
Box
9 Script and correspondence, 1993-1995
Ingenue version of script, 1993-1994
Script and correspondence, 1993-1994
Potions [alternate title]
Box
9 Rough draft, 1994
Original draft, 1994
Notes, 1994
Rewrite, undated
Typescript, 1994
Script, 1994
Box
13 Transition pages and newspaper clippings, 1993-1994
First draft, 1993-1994
First final draft, 1993-1994
Script, 1993-1994
Box
55 Full play notes, 1994
Bound typescripts, 1994
Rewrite, 2000-2009
Doria's Vows
Elysia's Vows [alternate title]
Box
9 Script, 1996
Act one, first draft, 1996
Act two, first draft, 1996
Act three, first draft, 1996
Act one, second draft, 1996
Act two, second draft, 1996
Fourth draft, 1996
Third draft, 1996
Script sent to Samuel French, 1996
Transition notes, 1996
Script sent to Beverly Hills Theatre Contest, 1997
Bonnet of Light
Box
13 Script, undated
Song lyrics, undated
Later version, undated
The Colors of Please
Box
55 Script, undated
Joint Account
Box
55 Draft, undated
Nothin' Gaudy
Box
9 Song lyrics, undated
Notice Tree
Box
9 Song lyrics, undated
Standford Submission
Box
53 Script, undated
Torch and Nite Club
Box
9 Song lyrics, undated
Box
44 Assorted song lyrics, undated
Box
9 Miscellaneous works song lyrics, undated

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Television, 1955-1990

Omnibus
Volume 2, "Androcles and the Lion"
Box
43 Rehearsal schedule, October 14, 1956
Revised script, 1956
Androcles and the Lion by Bernard Shaw, annotated copy, 1913
TV Guide, October 13-19, 1956
Script note, 1956
First draft, 1956
Script, 1956
Newspaper clippings, 1956
Volume 8, "Vest-Pocket Symphony"
Box
43 Photograph, undated
Newspaper clipping, 1956
Script, 1956
Jan Mason's rehearsal script, 1956
John Sebastian background information and harmonica history, undated
Notes, undated
Information pamphlets on John Sebastian, undated
Brochures, undated
Draft script, 1956
Routine schedule, November 25, 1956
First draft, November 19, 1956
Draft script, 1956
Outlines, 1956
Volume 10, "The Ticket-of-Leave Man"
Box
43 Draft script, 1956 [1]
Draft script, 1956 [2]
Character and set lists, 1956
Printing script, 1956
Volume 20, "The Rocks and the Trees"
Box
43 Correspondence and background research, 1957
Draft script, January 26, 1957
Draft script, January 30, 1957
Draft script, February 6, 1957
First revision, February 8, 1957
Second revision, February 12, 1957
Show script, February 1957
Kennedy statements, 1957
Draft script pages, 1957
Correspondence, directory, schedule, budget, and clippings, 1955-1960
Correspondence, script notes, 1956,1957,1959
KENS-5 CBS San Antonio
Newsletters
Box
17 1964
1965
1966
1967
1968-1970
Logo slide image, undated
Ballet show
Box
17 Script and clippings, May 18, 1965
Clippings, 1966, 1974
Blank work order forms, undated
Sneak preview party invitations, ca. 1960s
HemisFair: Meet Me at the Fair
Box
17 Script drafts and notes, 1968
Box
48 Responsible Communication promotional brochure, ca. 1970
The Negro in Texas History
Box
17 Scripts, research, correspondence, 1971-1974
On The Spot
Box
41 Rules of the game, 1963
Box
40 Statistics for article on first two seasons, 1963-1964
Box
41 Format and structure of show, ca. 1964-1965
Box
40 Special Game: Robert G. Cole, November 21, 1966
Syndication letters, 1968
Distribution proposals, 1969, 1971
Box
OM1 San Antonio Express-News Sunday One entertainment insert, March 22, 1970
Production Papers
Box
40 Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6
Season 7
Season 8
Season 9
Season 10
Aired Episodes
Opposing school teams are listed for each episode; the winning school team is listed first. Dates listed are the dates each episode aired on television.
Box
41 Highlands vs. Lee, January 27, 1963
Lee vs. Highlands, February 3, 1963
Lee vs. Sam Houston, February 10, 1963
Edison vs. MacArthur, February 17, 1963
Jefferson vs. Harlandale, February 24, 1963
Jefferson vs. Harlandale, March 3, 1963
Alamo Heights vs. Wheatley, March 10, 1963
Alamo Heights vs. John Marshall, March 17, 1963
Brackenridge vs. Fox Tech, March 24, 1963
Brackenridge vs. Edgewood, March 31, 1963
Burbank vs. Lanier, April 14, 1963
McCollum vs. Burbank, April 21, 1963
San Marcos vs. Seguin, April 28, 1963
Keystone vs. Texas Military Institute, May 5, 1963
Edison vs. Sam Houston, October 20, 1963
Edison vs. D.Y. Myers, October 27, 1963
Tie-vy vs. Marshall, November 3, 1963
Tie-vy vs. Highlands, November 10, 1963
Alamo Heights vs. MacArthur, November 17, 1963
Our Lady of the Lake vs. Alamo Heights, December 1, 1963
Our Lady of the Lake vs. Harlandale, December 8, 1963
John F. Kennedy vs. Lanier, December 15, 1963
Uvalde vs. Del Rio, January 5, 1964
John F. Kennedy vs. Fox Tech, January 12, 1964
McCollum vs. Edgewood, January 19, 1964
Burbank vs. McCollum, February 2, 1964
Burbank vs. San Marcos, February 16, 1964
Thomas Jefferson vs. Central Catholic, February 23, 1964
Jefferson vs. Keystone, March 1, 1964
Robert E. Lee vs. St. Mary's Hall, March 8, 1964
Robert E. Lee vs. Peacock, March 22, 1964
A.C. Jones Beeville vs. Gonzales, March 29, 1964
Brackenridge vs. St. Gerard's, April 7, 1964
Brackenridge vs. St. Gerard's, April 14, 1964
Victoria vs. Cuero, April 21, 1964
Floresville vs. Jourdanton, April 28, 1964
Brackenridge vs. La Salle, May 5, 1964
Cole vs. Randolph, May 12, 1964
Lockhart vs. Eagle Pass, May 19, 1964
Cole vs. MacArthur, October 17, 1964
Cole vs. Our Lady of the Lake, October 24, 1964
Victoria vs. Brackenridge, October 31, 1964
Jefferson vs. Victoria, November 7, 1964
Lee vs. Jefferson, November 14, 1964
Alamo Heights vs. Lee, November 21, 1964
Keystone vs. Alamo Heights, November 28, 1964
Keystone vs. Edison, December 19, 1964
Box
38 Central Catholic vs. Tivy, January 17, 1965
Central vs. Incarnate Word, January 24, 1965
Randolph vs. Kennedy, January 31, 1965
Randolph vs. Highland, February 7, 1965
TMI vs. St. Mary's Hall, February 14, 1965
TMI vs. Sam Houston, February 21, 1965
McCollum vs. Cuero, February 28, 1965
McCollum vs. A. C. Jones of Beeville, March 7, 1965
La Salle vs. East Central, March 14, 1965
Burbank vs. La Salle, March 21, 1965
Burbank vs. Lockhart, March 28, 1965
Seguin vs. Edgewood, April 4, 1965
Harlandale vs. Seguin, April 11, 1965
Gonzalez vs. Harlandale, April 18, 1965
Gonzalez vs. Southside, April 25, 1965
South San vs. Kenedy, May 2, 1965
Eagle Pass vs. Jourdanton, May 9, 1965
Our Lady of the Lake vs. Randolph, October 2, 1965
Central Catholic vs. Our Lady of the Lake, October 9, 1965
Central Catholic vs. Edison, October 16, 1965
Incarnate Word vs. Kenedy, October 23, 1965
Incarnate Word vs. Burbank, October 30, 1965
Tivy vs. Highlands, November 13, 1965
Tivy vs. Brackenridge, November 20, 1965
South San vs. Sam Houston, November 27, 1965
South San vs. Victoria, December 4, 1965
Lockhart vs. La Salle, December 11, 1965
MacArthur vs. Lockhart, December 18, 1965
Eisenhower vs. Gamer, January 8, 1966
MacArthur vs. Robert E. Lee, January 15, 1966
Cole vs. Keystone, January 22, 1966
Cole vs. Alamo Heights, January 29, 1966
Jefferson vs. St. Mary's Hall, February 6, 1966
Jefferson vs. McCollum, February 13, 1966
San Marcos vs. Southside, February 20, 1966
San Marcos vs. Poteet, February 27, 1966
Seguin vs. O.W. Holmes, March 6, 1966
TMI vs. Seguin, March 13, 1966
TMI vs. A.C. Jones of Beeville, March 20, 1966
Harlandale vs. Edgewood, March 27, 1966
East Central vs. Harlandale, April 3, 1966
East Central vs. Gonzalez, April 17, 1966
Jourdanton vs. Eagle Pass, April 24, 1966
Jourdanton vs. Little Flower, May 1, 1966
Southwest Ind. vs. Schertz Cibilo, May 8, 1966
Cole vs. East Central, September 18, 1966
Cole vs. Robert E. Lee, September 25, 1966
Keystone vs. St. Mary's Hall, October 2, 1966
St. Mary's Hall vs. Keystone, October 9, 1966
St. Mary's Hall vs. Tivy, October 16, 1966
Incarnate Word vs. Oliver Wendall Holmes, October 23, 1966
Box
62 Incarnate Word vs. Winston Churchill, January 22, 1967
Brackenridge vs. Sam Houston, January 29, 1967
Seguin vs. Brackenridge, February 5, 1967
Seguin vs. Burbank, February 12, 1967
Southwest vs. A.C. Jones of Beeville, February 19, 1967
Southwest vs. A.C. Jones of Beeville, February 26, 1967
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4 San Marcos vs. Southwest, March 5, 1967
South San vs. San Marcos, March 12, 1967
South San vs. McCollum [tie], March 19, 1967
South San vs. McCollum, April 2, 1967
MacArthur vs. Central Catholic, April 9, 1967
Jefferson vs. MacArthur, April 16, 1967
Jefferson vs. Alamo Heights, April 23, 1967
Edison vs. TMI, April 30, 1967
Edison vs. Edgewood, May 7, 1967
Poteet vs. Jourdanton, May 14, 1967
Box
62 Eagle Pass vs. La Salle, September 16, 1967
Eagle Pass vs. Southside, September 23, 1967
Highlands vs. Kennedy, September 30, 1967
Harlandale vs. Highlands, October 7, 1967
Harlandale vs. Samuel Clemens, October 14, 1967
Lockhart vs. Poteet, October 21, 1967
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4 Southwest vs. Burbank, January 14, 1968
Brackenridge vs. Southwest, January 21, 1968
McCollum vs. Brackenridge, January 28, 1968
McCollum vs. Lanier, February 4, 1968
Churchill vs. San Marcos, February 11, 1968
Churchill vs. Jefferson, February 18, 1968
Cole vs. Incarnate Word, February 25, 1968
MacArthur vs. Cole, March 3, 1968
Keystone vs. MacArthur, March 10, 1968
Keystone vs. Central, March 17, 1968
Edison vs. Lee, March 24, 1968
Edison vs. Alamo Heights, March 31, 1968
St. Mary's Hall vs. Victoria, April 7, 1968
St. Mary's Hall vs. East Central, April 20, 1968
Seguin vs. Sam Houston, April 28, 1968
Seguin vs. Jourdanton, May 5, 1968
Jefferson vs. Edison, January 12, 1969
Jefferson vs. Cole, January 19, 1969
Churchill vs. Central, January 26, 1969
Keystone vs. Churchill, February 2, 1969
Lee vs. Keystone, February 9, 1969
Lee vs. TMI, February 16, 1969
MacArthur vs. Incarnate Word, February 23, 1969
MacArthur vs. St. Mary's Hall, March 2, 1969
Highlands vs. San Marcos, March 9, 1969
Lockhart vs. Highlands, March 16, 1969
Lockhart vs. McCollum, March 23, 1969
Southside vs. Sam Houston, April 6, 1969
Southside vs. Burbank, April 13, 1969
Edgewood vs. Brackenridge, April 20, 1969
Edgewood vs. East Central, April 27, 1969
Seguin vs. Southwest, May 4, 1969
Seguin vs. Eagle Pass, May 11, 1969
Victoria vs. Harlandale, January 25, 1970
Victoria vs. Jourdanton, February 1, 1970
Seguin vs. Kennedy, February 8, 1970
Seguin vs. Jefferson, February 15, 1970
Lee vs. Central, February 22, 1970
Lee vs. TMI, March 1, 1970
Churchill vs. Cole, March 8, 1970
Churchill vs. Edison, March 15, 1970
MacArthur vs. Highlands, March 22, 1970
McCollum vs. MacArthur, March 29, 1970
McCollum vs. Edgewood, April 5, 1970
Lockhart vs. Southwest, April 12, 1970
Lockhart vs. East Central, April 19, 1970
Brackenridge vs. Burbank, April 26, 1970
Brackenridge vs. Southside, May 3, 1970
Sam Houston vs. Charlotte, May 10, 1970
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1 Jefferson vs. Lee, January 10, 1971
Jefferson vs. Roosevelt, January 17, 1971
Keystone vs. Seguin, January 24, 1971
Keystone vs. MacArthur, January 31, 1971
TMI vs. Churchill, February 7, 1971
TMI vs. John Jay, February 14, 1971
Cole vs. Central Catholic, February 21, 1971
Academy of Health Sciences, February 28, 1971
McCollum vs. Holmes, March 7, 1971
McCollum vs. San Marcos, March 14, 1971
Sam Houston vs. Lockhart, March 21, 1971
Edgewood vs. Sam Houston, March 28, 1971
Victoria vs. Edgewood, April 4, 1971
East Central vs. Southside, April 11, 1971
East Central vs. Southwest, April 18, 1971
Harlandale vs. Burbank, April 25, 1971
Brackenridge vs. Harlandale, May 2, 1971
Brackenridge vs. Jourdanton, May 9, 1971
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2 Clemens vs. Highlands, January 16, 1972
Fox Tech vs. Clemens, January 23, 1972
Fox Tech vs. Eagle Pass, January 30, 1972
San Marcos vs. Burbank, February 6, 1972
Sam Houston vs. San Marcos, February 13, 1972
Sam Houston vs. East Central, February 20, 1972
Edison vs. Brackenridge, February 27, 1972
Edison vs. Memorial, March 5, 1972
Lockhart vs. Seguin, March 12, 1972
Churchill vs. Lockhart, March 19, 1972
Churchill vs. Lee, March 26, 1972
Cole vs. McCollum, April 3, 1972
MacArthur vs. Cole, April 9, 1972
MacArthur vs. St. Mary's Hall, April 16,1972
TMI vs. Keystone, April 23, 1972
Jefferson vs. TMI, April 30, 1972
Jefferson vs. Victoria, May 7, 1972
John Jay vs. Southwest, May 14, 1972
Worcester County High School
Box
36 Letters, records, credit slide, 1971, 1972
KLRN Austin-San Antonio
The abbreviation "NEH" in this subseries refers to the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Project History
Box
11 General File, 1966-1971
Script I, Fragmentation: Original draft, undated
Script II, Lafayette: Original draft, undated
Script III, Revolution: Original draft, undated
Script IV, The Whiskey Rebellion: Original draft, undated
Script V, The Inauguration of 1829: Original draft, undated
Script VI, Manifest Destiny: Original draft, undated
Script VIII, Civil War, undated
Script IX, Andrew Johnson: Original draft, undated
Script X, Henry Ford: Original draft, undated
Script XI, Child Labor: Original draft, undated
Script XII, Automation: Original draft, undated
Script XIII, Panama Canal: Original draft, undated
Script XIV, Riches, Ruin, Recovery: Original draft, undated
Script XV, Vandenburg: Original draft, undated
Extra, William Penn: Original draft, undated
Extra, Boss Tweed: Original draft, undated
Script I, Fragmentation, 1967
Script II, Lafayette, 1967
Script III, Revolution, 1967
Script IV, The Whiskey Rebellion, 1967
Script V, The Inauguration of 1829, 1967
Script VI, Manifest Destiny, 1967
Script VII, Webb and the Great Frontier, 1967
Script VIII, Civil War, 1967
Script IX, Andrew Johnson, 1967
Script X, Henry Ford, 1967
Script XI, Child Labor, 1967
Script XII, Automation, 1967
Script XIII, Panama Canal, 1967
Script XIV, Riches, Ruin, Recovery, 1967
Script XV, Vandenburg, 1967
Script XV, Vandenburg: Second version, 1967
Extra, William Penn, 1967
Extra, Boss Tweed, 1967
Series for Institute of Texan Cultures
Box
48 Draft script and memo, 1968
Administrative Files
Box
17 Time record, 1968-1969
Box
16 Draft funding request for barrio antennas, ca. 1970s
Draft statements of need, ca. 1970s
Statement of Policy regarding Affirmative Action in Employment, ca. 1970s
Correspondence regarding salary, 1971
Environmental education, 1971, 1975-1977
Outgoing correspondence and internal memoranda, 1974-1979
Report on potential shows for History series, 1975
Notes, 1976
This Week in San Antonio memoranda, 1976
Box
17 Johnny Lane shows for Volume See, 1969
Box
48 "A People and A Program" in Broadcasting and Social Action: A Handbook for Station Executives, 1969
The People of Shakespeare
Box
48 Audio script, undated
Periodico
Box
16 Proposal drafts, 1969
Correspondence and background, 1969, 1976
Undefeated
Box
17 Script drafts and notes, 1969
Box
16 Cancer Society film (untitled), ca. 1970s
Call Us Winners
Box
16 Proposal, 1970s
Pilot show outline, 1970s
Face to Face
Box
16 Proposal, 1970s
Waiting on the Shore: A Survey of Mexican American History and Culture
Box
16 Proposal and grant application, 1970, 1976
Pilgrims to the West
Box
7 Salary, 1970-1971
Clippings and correspondence after completion, 1971-1972, 1975
Correspondence, 1971
First report to NEH, October and November, 1970-1971
Second report to NEH, December and January, 1971
Third report to NEH, February and March, 1971
Prime time special, 1971
Final report to NEH, 1971
National Instructional Television Center (NIT), 1973
Life in Spanish Colonies series, proposal for Texas Foundation, 1972
Culture: 1600 and 1800 (NEH), 1971-1972
NEH Proposals, 1970
Prologue script, undated
Show two script, undated
Show three script, undated
Show four script, undated
Show one: Indians, 1971
Show two: Spaniards, 1971
Show three: Mexicans, 1971
Show four: 1778, 1971
Life in Spanish Colonies grant, 1973-1974
After Cortez: 1600, 1971-1977
Tomorrow, Mexico: 1800, 1973
After Cortez scripts uncut, 1973
After Cortez: rough notes, undated
After Cortez: background and first draft, undated
Tomorrow, Mexico: background materials, undated
Tomorrow, Mexico: script uncut, undated
Tomorrow, Mexico: Cam's notes, undated
KLRN Index to Instructional Programming, 1974-1975
Visual materials, undated
After Cortez and Tomorrow, Mexico: cards for visual materials, undated
Photographs for visuals, undated
After Cortez and Tomorrow, Mexico: checklists for visuals, 1973
School course use and preview activity, 1978
Box
6 Pilgrims to the West teacher's guides, 1971-1975
Box
7 Public Affairs Programming: New Directions (PBS document), 1972
Jesus, Smallpox, and the Horse
Box
6 Pilot show script, PBS, 1975
Correspondence and proposal research, 1975 [2 folders]
Morales files on Pilgrims to the West, 1971 and undated
Background research, 1963, 1968, 1978, 1984, 1987, 1991, 1992
Newspaper clippings, 1975-1988
National Endowment for the Humanities, 1971-1977
Pilgrims to the West scripts, undated
Box
OM1 Jesus, Smallpox, and the Horse pilot video cartridge
International Chess
Box
16 Internal memoranda, 1972
Box
48 Proposals, 1972
Telesis
Box
16 Proposal preliminary draft, 1972
Proposal first rough draft, 1972
First submission draft, 1972
Final proposal, 1972
The Fourteenth Colony: The Villa de Bexar in 1776
Box
16 Application for program project funds, 1973
The Heroic Triad
Box
48 Notes and correspondence, 1973
Singing World
Box
16 Memo regarding pilot, 1973
Box
48 Proposals, 1973-1974
For God and King
Box
16 Memorandum and NEH grant application, 1973, 1975
Bridge with Jacoby
Box
16 Proposal, 1974
American Issues Forum
Box
16 Memoranda and proposal, 1975
Aqui
Box
16 Outline draft and memorandum, 1975
The War With Mexico
Box
16 NEH grant application, 1975
Visions
Box
17 Shelby Hearon correspondence, 1975
Bill Wittliff correspondence, 1975
Backgammon
Box
16 Proposal and notes, 1976-1977
Sonrisas
Box
16 Content and design, 1977
To Harness the Rain: The Man-Made Lakes of Texas
Box
54 Grant application and correspondence, 1977
Location and subject list, 1977
Box
5 First file, 1977
Off line script, undated
Interview transcriptions, undated
Art orders, 1978
Teacher's guide, 1978-1979
Evaluations, 1978
Lake Travis, etc. (LCRA: Lower Colorado River Authority), 1978
Script, first draft, undated [2 folders]
Medina Lake, undated
Contracts, 1978
Lake Granbury, 1978
Pre-production draft script, undated [2 folders]
PBS-KLRN, undated
Caddo Lake, 1978
Amistad, undated
Letter file [correspondence], 1977-1979
Shot list, 1978
Falcon Dam, undated
Script, second draft, undated
Basic scripts, undated
Application for Grant Under Environmental Education Program, 1978
Master film catalogue, undated
Environmental statistics maps of Texas, 1976 and undated
Release forms, 1978
Palmetto Bend, 1977-1978
1978 Flood newspaper clippings, 1978
Production file, undated
Performance reports, 1977-1979
Bookkeeping, 1977-1979
Schedule 9/18 magazine, Vol.XVII, No.2, 1979
Brochure proofs, 1978
KLRN copies of script, undated
Transcriptions, undated
Script marked for narration, undated
Draft script, undated
Final grant report, 1979
Box
54 Environmental Education Institute, 1978
Viewer evaluation forms, 1978
Tourist maps and brochures for Texas lakes, 1972, 1978 and undated
Promotional booklet, 1978
Master film catalogue, 1978
Clippings, 1969-1979 [1]
Clippings, 1974-1978 [2]
Correspondence and draft script, 1979-1980
Advisory board meeting 1/4" reel-to-reel audiotape, August 26, 1977 [1]
Advisory board meeting 1/4" reel-to-reel audiotape, August 26, 1977 [2]
Advisory board meeting 1/4" reel-to-reel audiotape, June 18, 1979
Advisory board meeting 1/4" reel-to-reel audiotape, undated
Box
OM1 Opening credits cards, undated
Khan-Du
Box
16 Correspondence, 1977-1979
Character development, 1970s
Show one scripts, 1970s
Show two scripts, 1970s
Show three scripts, 1970s
Varmints (John Graves)
Box
17 Correspondence and clippings, 1978-1980
Retirement party, 1978
KEDT Corpus Christi
Our Mexican American Musical Heritage
Box
16 Copy for project abstract, ca. 1975
Outline and status report, 1975
Production outline script, 1976
Shows 1-3 outline drafts, ca. 1976
Outlines, notes, drafts, NEH grant, 1973-1975
Drafts, notes, correspondence, 1977
Lone Star
Box
10 Calendar of work, 1984
Calendar of work, 1985
Program I, A Diverse Land: Second version, 1984-1985
Program II, Spanish Texas: Second version, 1984
Program III, A New Republic, 1984-1985
Program IV, The Twenty-Eighth State, 1984
Program V, Cowboy, 1984-1985
Program VI, Oil Boom, 1984
Program VII, Politics - Texas Style, 1984
Program VIII, Armadillos and Pigskins [Religion], 1984
Fiesta activities, 1984
KEDT-TV Corpus Christi folders, undated
Promotional proposal, 1984
Program I, A Diverse Land, 1984
Program II, An Unruly Frontier, 1984
Program I, A Diverse Land: Final, 1985
Program II, A Land Untamed: Final, 1985
Program III, A New Republic: Final, 1985
Program IV, Statehood: Final, 1985
Program V, Cowboy: Final, 1985
Program VI, Oil Boom: Final, 1985
Program VII, Politics - Texas Style: Final, 1985
Program VIII, Armadillos and Pigskins: Final, 1986
Box
18 Show transcripts, undated
Memorandums and correspondence, 1984-1985
Correspondence to Paul Pope, 1985
Short version, 1987
Contract, 1983-1985
General file, 1986
Host opening voiceover scripts, 1985
Calendar of work, 1986
Clippings, 1984-1986
Promotional material, undated
Next September
Box
18 Budget and screenplay, 1987
The Man Who Beat the Blacklist: John Henry Faulk
Box
18 Script drafts, research, notes, correspondence, clippings, 1989-1990 [6 folders]
Clippings, 1990
Script, 1990
Liz Carpenter and the Good Old Boys
Box
18 Pre-production draft and correspondence, 1986
Promotional material, undated
KEDT General file, 1986-1987
La Frontera
Box
18 Grant application, notes, clippings, correspondence, 1986-1987
Ranchwomen of Texas
Box
18 Grant application and clippings, 1985
Great Texas Turnaround
Box
18 Correspondence, notes, clippings, 1988-1989

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Movies, 1959-1997

Teeth of the Devil
Box
13 Correspondence, 1959-1960
Notes and cut pages, undated
Rough draft, undated
First draft before changes, 1960
First draft, 1960
Screenplay, undated
Vangel Griffin
Box
13 Screenplay, 1960s
Doctor Gabriel [alternate title: Professor Plutonia]
Box
46 Correspondence with Alex Klein, 1960-1962, 1971, 1976
Negotiations, 1963-1986
First draft, 1961
Work draft for rewrite, 1961
Rough draft notes, undated [1]
Rough draft notes, undated [2]
Rough draft notes, undated [3]
Box
9 Draft pages, ca. 1970s
First final, uncut or corrected, ca. 1970s
Notes on first rewrite, 1971
Letters [correspondence], 1971-1977
Rewrite, 1975
Interim draft, 1975 [1]
Box
46 Interim draft, 1975 [2]
Computer disks, undated [2 disks]
Box
9 Second draft, 1981 [1]
Box
46 Second draft, 1981 [2]
Draft pages, 1989
Box
9 Notes, 1989
Script Richard Rosen typed from, 1990
Box
46 Script, 1990 [1]
Script, undated [2]
Script, undated [3]
Box
9 Script, undated [4]
Script pages and notes, undated
Box
46 Work notes, undated
Box
9 Correspondence and press release, 1972, 1994, 1997
General Production Files
Box
17 Early film production notes, 1961-1964
Clippings regarding scriptwriting and film production, 1972-1994
L.B. Butler - Phoenix Productions, 1984-1986
Texas Production Manual, 1988
Viva Max!
Box
12 Newspaper clippings, 1969
Script, notes, and clippings, 1968-1969
Casting, 1969
Casting Files
Box
12 The Getaway, 1972
Season of '69, 1972
Sugarland Express, 1973
General casting file, 1974
Race With the Devil, 1974

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HemisFair '68, 1964-1969

Box
OM1 Frank Duane name badges, employee ID, and passes, undated
Box
58 HemisFair Courtesy Corps employee handbook, undated
Box
OM1 ¿Qué Será? promotional booklet, undated
A Legacy for Texas
Box
58 Script drafts and notes, 1964-1965
Shooting script, 1965
Research papers, 1965
German English School history and dedication program, 1964
The World in Texas
Box
58 Script drafts and correspondence, 1967-1968
Reference and rough drafts, undated
Meet Me at the Fair video script, 1964
Early fairs and expositions in San Antonio, 1964
Cinco de Mayo, 1968
Opening day statement for President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1968
Introduction for The Magic of a People by Alexander H. Girard, 1967
Memo to William Sinkin, 1968
Correspondence, 1967-1968
Loss but Legacy statement, 1968
International participation file, 1966
Miscellaneous and personal, 1967-1968
Foreign exhibits copy for Guides manual, 1968
Snow World exhibit proposal, 1967
Sang and A City, 1966
All's Fair, undated
Films at HemisFair brochure, undated
Script for Women in TV, undated
Alfred Stern report, 1965
General information packet carried by Frank Rosengren at the Fair, 1968
Copy not officially submitted, 1964
Article for Builder's News, undated
PR Notes (not submitted), 1966
Mrs. Connally's letter to First Ladies, undated
HemisFair theme statement, undated
Confluence Map of the Americas notes, undated
Notes never used, undated
HemisFair Newsletter
Box
58 Vol. 1, No. 1, 1964
Vol. 1, No. 2, August 1964
Vol. 1, No. 3, September 1964
Vol. 1, No. 4, October 1964
Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1964 [notes only]
San Antonio Scene magazine, August-November 1964
Confluence notes, 1965
Connally-Johnson letters, 1964
Info articles, 1964
Info notes, 1964
First Info article, 1964
90-Second TV spot, 1964
South Texas radio show, 1964
Brochure notes, 1964
Brochure examples and mock-up, 1964
Ambassador scroll copy, undated
State releases, 1964
First quarterly report notes (never issued), 1964
Resignation correspondence, 1964
El Abrazo Magazine
Box
59 General file, 1967
Article ideas, 1967
Clippings and news releases, 1967
General clippings, 1967
World's Work Pan American Exposition articles, 1901
Box
Magazine issues, rough drafts, and notes
Box
59 February-March 1967 [2 folders]
April 1967 [2 folders]
May 1967 [2 folders]
June-August 1967
September-November 1967 [2 folders]
April 1968
Box
OM1 Annotated proof
Box
59 People at Fair
Religious
Tower and Convention Center
Man in Space
Woman's Pavilion
Industry Pavilions
Man in Sport
Czech
United States Federal Pavilion
Institute of Texan Cultures
Food
Entertainment
Landscaping, water, etc.
Governmental exhibit details (Europe)
Arkansas
Made With Paper exhibit
Colombia
Spain
Japan
Bolivia
Organization of American States
Canada and Mexico
El Encanto de un Pueblo (The Magic of A People)
Voladores de Papantla (Flyers of Papantla)
Transportation
Three Hours from Here
The Acequia Madre
Film Presentations
Let's Go to the Fair! by Cecilia Steinfeldt
San Antonio Arts Calendar
Box
59 January 1968
February 1968
March 1968
Box
OM1 San Antonio Express-News supplement, 1968
References used in preparing Handbook of Texas article
Box
60 Clippings, 1965-1971
Clippings regarding 20th anniversary, 1988
Descriptions and map of historic homes, 1967
HemisFair fact sheet, maps, brochures, 1968
HemisFair telephone directory, 1967-1968
Texas State Historical Association annual meeting program, May 1968
San Antonio Conservation Society Newsletter, October 1968
Research material on other fairs
Box
61 Clippings, 1962-1967
Clippings, 1982, 1986
Seattle World's Fair official guidebook, 1962
Box
New York World's Fair
Box
61 Official guidebook, 1964-1965
Saturday Review magazine, March 14, 1964
Box
OM1 New York Times Magazine, April 19, 1964
Box
Montreal World's Fair
Box
61 Official guidebook, 1967
Souvenir booklet, 1967
Saturday Review magazine, April 29, 1967
35th Anniversary clipping and invitation, 2003
Miscellaneous, 1968-1969, 1993
Box
OM1 HemisFair logo envelopes, 1965

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Rosengren's Books, 1976-1988

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OM3 Ledger, 1951-1952
Ledger, 1953-1954
Box
47 Correspondence to Florence Rosengren, 1979
Monthly income and operating statements,1976-1981
Losoya project, 1983
Rosengren's newsletters, undated
223 Losoya St. property - Take over, 1982
Cundiff, Rogers and Solt - Rental, 1981
Appraisal for Herbert Oppenheimer, 1982
Insurance - Losoya, 1980, 1983
Crockett lease - Insurance damage, 1981-1983
Dallas bookstores, 1979
The Exchange retail development proposal,undated
San Antonio Monthly, "Surviving with Class,"February 1984
San Antonio Light, "The final chapter of an institution," July 26, 1987
Miscellaneous, undated
Consignment, 1987
Correspondence, notes, floorplan, 1979
Veltman, 1958, 1979
Box
45 Lease agreement, 1982
New lease and release from Crockett Hotel,1982
Store procedures, ca. 1980s
Showboat tourist magazine advertisements, 1983-1985
Bank Loan - Alamo National, 1982
Adjustments, 1981-1985
Taxes - Quarterly returns, 1985
Tax deductible gifts, 1979-1980
Tax deductible gifts, 1980-1981
Tax deductible gifts, 1985
Tax deductible gifts, 1986
Akins, Loomis, and Timpson (Insurance information), 1984-1987
Tax exemption certificates, 1986-1987
Purchase orders, 1981, 1983
Mailing list master copy, undated
Mailing list, undated
Customer correspondence, 1982
Customer correspondence, 1983
Customer correspondence, 1984
Customer correspondence, 1985
Customer correspondence, 1986
Harry Allard correspondence, 1982-1987
Kathy and David Chapman correspondence, 1985-1986
Guillermo F. Margadants correspondence, 1983-1985
Max Shein correspondence, 1986-1987
Burton Wessels correspondence, 1986-1987
Box
14 Accounts receivable reports, 1985
Box
15 Closing of store - General
Milligan, etc.
After closing, 1987-1988
Letter to Neill Boldrick and resulting papers, 1988
File for Strieber, 1988
Inventory reports, 1950-1987
Closing of store - Boldrick, 1986-1987
Closing sale - Art works and atlases, 1987
Lowman article (Institute of Letters), 1987
Income tax, 1977-1988
Notes and correspondence (Mine) (Old) (Prior to '87), 1979-1983
San Antonio Historical Association Award of Merit (My Mother), 1987 [Florence Rosengren]
Appraisals, 1980-1983
Attempted sale of store, 1986-1987
Sale of store (Preliminary), 1984-1986
Books on consignment, 1986
Trinity National Bank (Line of credit note - Store), 1986
Rare books at store, 1984
Quarterly financial statements, 1980-1987
Rent reports - 223 Losoya, 1982-1987
Strieber and Associates, 1985
Alamo Bank - Store bank loan, 1981-1983
Downtown clippings and articles, 1986
Downtown clippings and articles, 1987
The Architecture and Design Review of Houston: Viva San Antonio, Spring 1986
San Antonio Convention and Visitor's Bureau Industry Review, 1985-1986
Texas Monthly, July 1986

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Columns, 1984-2003

San Antonio Light
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17 The River - Junket to NYC and Press Information Folder, 1984
Witness - Junket, LA, 1985
Censored Column, 1984
Column: Current and Schedulaer, 1984
Box
28 Vaniter - First Column Try, July 1984
Column: Mail, Comments, etc., August-September 1985
Business and Scheduler, 1985
Published Columns, August-September 1984
Published Columns, October 1984
Published Columns, November 1984
Published Columns, December 1984
Published Columns - Reviews (Mc), January 1985
Published Columns, January 1985
Published Columns, February 1985
Published Columns, March 1985
Published Columns, April 1985
Published Columns, May 1985
Published Columns, June 1985
Published Columns, July 1985
Published Columns, August 1985
Published Columns, September 1985
Published Columns, October 1985
Published Columns, November 1985
Published Columns, December 1985
Go! Magazine "History Alive" Column
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43 Column "start" file, 1986-1987
Water, November 1986
Churches, December 1986
Hertzberg Circus Collection, January 1987
Wild West, February 1987
Irish Flats, March 1987
NIOSA (A Night in Old San Antonio), April 1987
Fairmount Hotel, May 1987
Performing Arts Festival, June 1987
Quarry and Zoo, July 1987
King William, August 1987
North San Antonio Times
Numbers in parentheses following dates are article numbers transcribed from Frank Rosengren's original folders.
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17 Column (500 words), undated
Columns - pending, undated
Miscellaneous drafts, undated
Book of columns, 1997
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29 Statistics tell just part of the story, November 18, 1994 (1)
The House part of our neighborhood, December 2, 1993 (2)
How to survive nutritional experts, December 9, 1993 (3)
An eden with no apple, undated
Sunset Boulevard: good metaphor so-so play, December 16, 1993 (4)
We have a small world, after all, December 23, 1993 (5)
Getting along with a Pepysing tome, December 30, 1993 (6)
A line on the future keeps standing, January 6, 1994 (7)
Getting annual bang out of history, January 13, 1994 (8)
Who has an edifice complex? Are we building a dream?, January 20, 1994 (9)
Feeling the L.A. quake all over, January 27, 1994 (10)
Listening on the 'other street', February 3, 1994 (11)
Gambling may often replace hope, February 3, 1994 (12)
Please, keep writing to yourself, February 17, 1994 (13)
Civic vanities always come at a price, February 24, 1994 (14)
Spotting Snowbirds lively sport, March 3, 1994 (15)
Coasting along with good cuisine, March 10, 1994 (16)
We just celebrated ethnic holidays, March 17, 1994 (17)
Truth in reading…, March 24, 1994 (18)
Change ideas about time, not clocks, March 31, 1994 (19)
Why not export our prisoners, too?, April 7, 1994 (20)
Tax pain, they say, is in the levy, April 14, 1994 (21)
Fiesta celebration's for everyone, April 21, 1994 (22)
Getting world view from back yard, April 28, 1994 (23)
Let's have new holiday 'Tomorrow', May 5, 1994 (24)
Talk radio haven for paranoids, May 12, 1994 (25)
Privacy? You're plumb out of luck, May 19, 1994 (26)
Privilege won't get the street paved, May 26, 1994 (27)
The only good money is non-profit, June 2, 1994 (28)
Some public and private remembering, June 9, 1994 (29)
Bad sandwich, good story for dieters, June 16, 1994 (30)
We're still waiting for professional theater, June 23, 1994 (31)
Role model' not an easy occupation, June 30, 1994 (32)
Constrasting 'now' with century ago, July 7, 1994 (33)
History: SA has it, Miami doesn't, July 14, 1994 (34)
Perry Mason won't solve this case, July 21, 1994 (35)
Health through guilt' doesn't work, July 28, 1994 (36)
Another syndrome for modern living, August 4, 1994 (37)
Beat the heat: Move "down under," August 11, 1994 (38)
Old magazines give hope for future, August 18, 1994 (39)
Was it Applewhite or applesauce?, August 25, 1994 (40)
As a 'PEP', you may never have to labor, September 1, 1994 (41)
Bus routes remain; shoppers go elsewhere, September 8, 1994 (42)
Are we free, or merely out of jail?, September 8, 1994 (43)
Drain pipes served wild creatures well, September 22, 1994 (44)
Gossip just isn't much fun anymore, September 29, 1994 (45)
No anonymity for Simpson's jurors, October 6, 1994 (46)
History will happen tomorrow, too, October 13, 1994 (47)
Win-Lose attitude needs adjusting, October 20, 1994 (48)
Paying the price for movie dreams, October 27, 1994 (49)
Story of forgotten anniversary - Parts 1 and 2, November 3, 1994 (50-51)
Asking too much of our voting rites, November 17, 1994 (52)
Let's all give thanks for a quiet virtue, November 24, 1994 (53)
Historic preservation: When new is old, December 1, 1994 (54)
Give a toy that breaks; a lesson in love, December 8, 1994 (55)
Money spent is not wasted, only recycled, December 15, 1994 (56)
Mailman' wrestled packages and liquor, December 22, 1994 (57)
A resolute salute to hometown talent, December 29, 1994 (58)
Everybody remembers New Year's Eve, January 5, 1995 (59)
Are we in for a 'cult of personality'?, January 12, 1995 (60)
What put the smirk on Pharaoh's face?, January 12, 1995 (61)
Blood brothers: Football and television, January 26, 1995 (62)
Finding real power in the (right) word, February 2, 1995 (63)
Are we trying to kill our golden goose?, February 9, 1995 (64)
Happines pursued But happiness itself no right, February 16, 1995 (65)
Simpson trial gives us a good reason to keep funding PBS, February 23, 1995 (66)
Phantom' revives memories of WWII road shows in SA, March 2, 1995 (67)
Bite-sized business can still make the big time, March 9, 1995 (68)
Something to think (and think) about, March 16, 1995 (69)
Let's 'spring' for Texas Independence, March 23, 1995 (70)
Population control will occur, but how?, March 30, 1995 (71)
Just a few small suggestions on reform, April 6, 1995 (72)
Sounds of Spring: Tweet, tweet, crunch, April 13, 1995 (73)
Is anyone in the market for spring?, April 20, 1995 (74)
Let's all pull apart together at Fiesta, April 27, 1995 (75)
Hate's in the air; let's talk about it, May 4, 1995 (76)
When you just can't put it in words, May 11, 1995 (77)
The Lincoln Train doesn't stop rolling, May 18, 1995 (78)
Welcoming our less uniform future, May 25, 1995 (79)
It's here; the return of the century, June 1, 1995 (80)
Enjoying some homegrown pleasures, June 8, 1995 (81)
Making over history to fit the times, June 15, 1995 (82)
Some thoughts to get your teeth into, June 22, 1995 (83)
It's our Independence Day: Go forth!, June 29, 1995 (84)
Our big small town: Love it or leave, July 6, 1995 (85)
Living with those long-suffering artists, July 13, 1995 (86)
Finding wimps where they shouldn't be, July 20, 1995 (87)
Making a move? Better never than late, July 27, 1995 (88)
Just who's really respecting Old Glory?, August 3, 1995 (89)
Are art tourists off the track in Texas?, August 10, 1995 (90)
Botts and the spoils of war - Parts 1-3, August 17, 1995 (91-93)
A moving tale - friends and change, September 12, 1995 (94)
Working on the American dream, September 14, 1995 (95)
Puns are dying; a word to the whys, September 21, 1995 (96)
My long days in the park with me, September 28, 1995 (97)
Publishing a bomber but not a bomb, October 5, 1995 (98)
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30 If there's a crime, an 'acter' did it!, October 12, 1995 (99)
To face life's troubles, join a gang, October 19, 1995 (100)
Affording a future, according to Ford, October 26, 1995 (101)
All in a stew about melting pot math, November 2, 1995 (102)
The play's the thing, not the playhouse, November 9, 1995 (103)
Politics makes strange beds, fellows, November 16, 1995 (104)
Glutton Day: a holiday to celebrate, November 23, 1995 (105)
Our ship came in; it's the Titanic, November 30, 1995 (106)
Tis the season to crack a chestnut, December 7, 1995 (107)
Signs point the way to a useable zoo, December 14, 1995 (108)
When the government fixed Christmas, December 21, 1995 (109)
It's the time of year to think about time, December 28, 1995 (110)
Jingle Bells, childhood, and all that noise, January 4, 1996 (111)
Historic truth isn't always written in stone, January 11, 1996 (112)
Why sharing the weather leaves me cold, January 18, 1996 (113)
Balance the budget? You can bet on it, January 25, 1996 (114)
About doing the write stuff for TV, February 1, 1996 (115)
The Elite: So exclusive nobody belongs, February 8, 1996 (116)
The Ghost of Christmas Past is dying, February 15, 1996 (117)
Checking out the Big Uneasy, Part 1, February 22, 1996 (118)
Checking out the Big Uneasy, Part 2, February 29, 1996 (119)
Checking out the Big Uneasy, Part 3, March 7, 1996 (120)
Giving pollsters the lie of the land, March 14, 1996 (121)
It's comedy…Why aren't we laughing?, March 22, 1996 (122)
Learning about Spring from the experts, April 4, 1996 (123)
Some sour grapes about the Big Apple, April 11, 1996 (124)
April affairs and our fair, fair fare, April 18, 1996 (125)
Focusing on the sweet sound of success, April 25, 1996 (126)
Living in the land of plenty of what?, May 2, 1996 (127)
Celebrating 'freedom' on the 5th of May, May 9, 1996 (128)
Saving our city from the Gossip Gap, May 16, 1996 (129)
A drop in the market will slow the flow, May 23, 1996 (130)
It's spring, and time to go buy the sea, May 30, 1996 (131)
The truth passes by and the radio waves, June 6, 1996 (132)
Broadway bound or in a Broadway bind?, June 13, 1996 (133)
Good news! You can't beat the system, June 20, 1996 (134)
Some leaders don't lead; just walk the dog, June 27, 1996 (135)
Coincidence Day: On the Fourth of July, July 4, 1996 (136)
Art money: Funding the present, bribing the future, July 11, 1996 (137)
Back to beginnings, 'Inherit the Wind', July 18, 1996 (138)
Questions, way back when, July 19, 1996 (139)
Mastering' the language: A real change, August 1, 1996 (140)
The only power is the power to decide, August 8, 1996 (141)
The 'final cure': Another neighborhood, August 15, 1996 (142)
Seeking the music, hearing the ketchup, August 22, 1996 (143)
The news on news: Most of it isn't new, August 29, 1996 (144)
Life today: It's right on the button, September 5, 1996 (145)
There are no winners in drought bout, September 12, 1996 (146)
Why is inside in? Why is outside out?, September 19, 1996 (147)
Giving role models a sporting chance, September 26, 1996 (148)
Alone and broke: New happy ending, October 3, 1996 (149)
Why most TV is just déjà viewing, October 10, 1996 (150)
Who do we blame for poor children?, October 17, 1996 (151)
SA or coast: It's all in the planning…or it isn't, October 24, 1996 (152)
Election Day guide for casting (away) your vote, October 31, 1996 (153)
What does the world need now? A truly new frontier, November 7, 1996 (154)
Federal government drug policy is finally revealed, November 14, 196 (155)
Being distinguished, and Stieren in right direction, November 21, 1996 (156)
Once we said thanks twice, November 28, 1996 (157)
Boosting local business with a brand new sin, December 5, 1996 (158)
Why am I nervous? It's in the bag…, December 12, 1996 (159)
More than dinner on the festive board, December 19, 1996 (160)
It's a new year…whatever you call it, January 2, 1997 (161)
Good news and bad news, January 2, 1997 (162)
Spending money of fools, January 16, 1997 (163)
Giving the cold shoulder to those winter showoffs, January 23, 1997 (164)
Rise of Rome comes to San Antonio, January 30, 1997 (165)
Time to visit Mr. Roman's Neighborhood, February 6, 1997 (166)
It's true: We're losing our good taste(s), February 13, 1997 (167)
Are you having a 'real' good time?, February 20, 1997 (168)
Pardon me while I say a dirty word, February 27, 1997 (169)
About Texas, the 'independent' nation, March 6, 1997 (170)
Looking for answers that aren't there, March 13, 1997 (171)
Why few are square in the Oval Office, March 20, 1997 (172)
As the song says, send in the clones, March 27, 1997 (173)
It's not an old man's river any more, April 3, 1997 (174)
It's no old man's river now - Part 2, April 10, 1997 (175)
For 50 years - celebrating a celebration, April 17, 1997 (176)
Sometimes a Hardeman is good to find, April 24, 1997 (177)
Today we can talk about 'Tough Jack', May 1, 1997 (178)
How movies get to be 'history making', May 8, 1997 (179)
Life in our times, buzzing right along…, May 15, 1997 (180)
Life is still life, while chess is just a game, May 22, 1997 (181)
Why 'what-we-ware wars' won't wash, May 29, 1997 (182)
There's no xeri-escaping from nature, June 5, 1997 (183)
The management crisis - it's everywhere, June 12, 1997 (184)
Paula and Bill - or the near-missed tryst, June 19, 1997 (185)
Building a dream, living a nightmare, June 26, 1997 (186)
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31 Have a vigilant, Irish Fourth of July, July 3, 1997 (187)
Good ol' Texans have somethin' in common, July 10, 1997 (188)
Flunk students, not schools, July 17, 1997 (189)
The 'product' or 'process' dilema, July 24, 1997 (190)
Separating expertise, expertism, July 31, 1997 (191)
What puts the fun in 'funding?', August 7, 1997 (192)
Future for books - a final word, August 14, 1997 (193)
Caboose: One percent of the train, August 21, 1997 (194)
At home with a colorful history, August 28, 1997 (195)
Go back to yesterday with e-mail, September 4, 1997 (196)
And we go laughing all the way…, September 11, 1997 (197)
Remembering, thankful for my sisters, September 18, 1997 (198)
Digging into television's future, September 25, 1997 (199)
An opinion about too much opinion, October 2, 1997 (200)
On obeying The Fred's Place Law, October 9, 1997 (201)
Some are working on the railroad, October 16, 1997 (202)
Remembering family's history, October 23, 1997 (203)
Is this a promising development?, October 30, 1997 (204)
Science makes dollars from scents, November 6, 1997 (205)
Want to make a movie? Leave town, November 13, 1997 (206)
Private side to public library, November 20, 1997 (207)
Is this the day you meet Quincy?, November 27, 1997 (208)
If bigger is better, what's best?, December 4, 1997 (209)
What's up the river? Nobody knows, December 11, 1997 (210)
The Dickens with Christmas - Parts 1 and 2, December 18, 1997 (211-212)
Jingle bells and all that noise, January 1, 1998
Year for new medical license, January 8, 1998 (213)
Getty-going - An LA love story, January 15, 1998 (214)
We still don't give ladies room, January 22, 1998 (215)
How to live with initial shock, January 29, 1998 (216)
Let's tell truth about liars, February 5, 1998 (217)
Will you be my valentine?, February 12, 1998 (218)
A word about fashion in words, February 19, 1998 (219)
Dropping out on dropping names, February 26, 1998 (220)
Sophistication: Home town variety, March 5, 1998 (221)
When beer and ballads are green, March 12, 1998 (222)
Free to speak? Nothing to say?, March 12, 1998 (223)
Oral Roberts, oral hygiene, oral…, March 26, 1998 (224)
It's April again, 30 years later, April 2, 1998 (225)
Where Hugo, I go - even when wrong, April 9, 1998 (226)
When an Empire needs and umpire, April 16, 1998 (227)
Hurray for our (it's not) orgy, April 23, 1998 (228)
How far do balloon riders see?, April 30, 1998 (229)
Seek a secret, settle for shoes, May 4, 1998 (230)
Adding more pops to population, May 14, 1998 (231)
What's our future with no past?, May 21, 1998 (232)
What's different about unique?, May 28, 1998 (233)
Nation of immigrants - almost, June 4, 1998 (234)
Wrong fair? Right fair? No fair!, June 11, 1998 (235)
When we tasted World's Fare, June 18, 1998 (236)
American TV - It's not wet enough, June 25, 1998 (237)
Would you have come forth in July?, July 2, 1998 (238)
World's most popular religion, July 9, 1998 (239)
Winning the battle, losing the war, July 16, 1998 (240)
Knowing too much about nothing, July 23, 1998 (241)
All America lacks - Siberia, July 30, 1998 (242)
A future of trees and steeples, August 6, 1998 (243)
And God gave Moses - a list, August 13, 1998 (244)
Port Aransas ideal spot for movie, August 20, 1998 (245)
Too poor for art is too poor, August 27, 1998 (246)
Of Shelley, vanity and labor, September 3, 1998 (247)
A garden of fading delights, September 10, 1998 (248)
A world of hate - toward us, September 17, 1998 (249)
Exposing America's need - MSR, September 24, 1998 (250)
Paying the piper every year, October 1, 1998 (251)
Remembering Henry B. - Parts 1 and 2, October 8, 1998 (252-253)
Dogs go wild, as fox goes far, October 22, 1998 (254)
Living scientifically ever after, October 29, 1998 (255)
A civic pride in a civil city, November 5, 1998 (256)
Machiavelli spreads the news, November 12, 1998 (257)
Printing the news that fits us, November 19, 1998 (258)
A holiday to celebrate, again, November 26, 1998
Image: a city as it sees itself, December 3, 1998 (259)
Dirty pictures in our pockets, December 10, 1998 (260)
Without bounds, there's no game, December 17, 1998 (261)
There goes Santa Claus, there goes…, December 24, 1998 (262)
Happy New Year, early or late, December 31, 1998 (263)
Who really hoards horde hoards?, January 7, 1999 (264)
Just for fun - a sound idea, January 14, 1999 (265)
Candidate Questionnaire 2000, January 21, 1999 (266)
Lots of choosing, little choice, January 28, 1999 (267)
Dire portents of last millennium, February 4, 1999 (268)
One old question, no new answer, February 11, 1999 (269)
Please respect me, I'm a boob, February 18, 1999 (270)
Guess what's coming for dinner?, February 25, 1999 (271)
Those little White (House) lies, March 4, 1999 (272)
Why Nattahnam is my hometown, March 11, 1999 (273)
Beet beat sweet treat, March 18, 1999 (274)
As 90 approaches, thoughts on book emerge, March 25, 1999 (275)
Only one day, so much honor, April 1, 1999 (276)
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32 On a (o)bit of our history, April 8 1999 (277)
Old Words on Taxes, Revisited, April 15, 1999
Some good words about borders, April 22, 1999 (278)
Packaging 'Electronic Education', April 29, 1999 (279)
Colorado teens and a tradition, May 6, 1999 (280)
Why Wit didn't have breakfast, May 13, 1999 (281)
How we fight hate is a crime, May 20, 1999 (282)
Our sixth annual beach report, May 27, 1999 (283)
Finding celebrity in a tiny room, June 10, 1999 (284)
When you just can't put it in words, June 17, 1999
Eden where we want it - almost, June 24, 1999 (285)
If time is money, I'm broke, July 1, 1999 (286)
Winning ways solve our problem, July 8, 1999 (287)
The news on news - it isn't new, July 15, 1999
Counting on Dionysius Exiguus, July 22, 1999 (288)
Do we really elect our enemies?, July 29, 1999 (289)
We truly need a 'space' program, August 5, 1999 (290)
Tuna' play could help tune a culture, August 12, 1999 (291)
In training for an education, August 19, 1999 (292)
What if we'd had HemisFair '38, August 26, 1999 (293)
Honoring humanity's greatest invention, September 2, 1999 (294)
Politics no laughing matter, September 9, 1999 (295)
Will erring on air be our heirloom, September 16, 1999 (296)
Tower power not just uplifting, September 23, 1999 (297)
Will Henry be reborn among the angels?, September 30, 1999 (298)
You can't be alone by yourself, October 7, 1999 (299)
Puns are dying; a word to the whys, October 14, 1999
Yesterday's gift - hope for tomorrow, October 24, 1999 (300)
Another great invention - inventions, October 28, 1999 (301)
Plant lies, what do you harvest?, November 4, 1999 (302)
Africa: Wondering about wonders, November 11, 1999 (303)
Old-fashioned murder, modern ways, November 18, 1999 (304)
A tradition remains traditional, November 25, 1999 (305)
More than dinner on festive board, December 2, 1999
Omnibus' - answers without questions, December 9, 1999 (306)
Getting a word to the Martians, December 16, 1999 (307)
Oh, Little Town of Bureaucrats, December 23, 1999
And by the way, 'Happy Old Year', December 30, 1999 (308)
Surprise package no gift today, January 6, 2000 (309)
Zeroing in on a nothing we need, January 13, 2000 (310)
Only 5 percent would do it, January 20, 2000 (311)
Surviving all the write stuff, January 27, 2000 (312)
We were Havana a wonderful time, February 3, 2000 (313)
TV winning? It's all in the breaks, February 10, 2000 (314)
If patients talked money to Freud, February 17, 2000 (315)
Facts to think (and think) about, February 24, 2000
What's so funny, Charlie Brown?, March 2, 2000 (316)
Sunday in the park with ducks, March 9, 2000 (317)
A quizzical look at our culture, March 16, 2000 (318)
Dollars-and-sense election reform, March 23, 2000 (319)
Don't knock political boredom, March 30, 2000 (320)
Why save light? We need the dark, April 6, 2000
New professions fill old needs, April 13, 2000 (321)
A view of home - from the hills, April 20, 2000 (322)
Have a 'real' good time at Fiesta, April 27, 2000 (323)
You survived April? Congratulations!, May 4, 2000 (324)
You won't catch this kid napping, May 11, 2000 (325)
Finding enemies, needing friends, May 18, 2000 (326)
Play time with the living dead, June 1, 2000 (327)
It's true: Individualism is rugged, June 8, 2000 (328)
Booked for travel, not misguided, June 15, 2000 (329)
Listen guys, the laugh's on us, June 22, 2000 (330)
It's Independence Day! Go forth!, June 29, 2000
Living scientifically ever after, July 6, 2000
Celebrating a new spell of justice, July 13, 2000 (331)
A new skill for Americans - waiting, July 20, 2000 (332)
It's time to put Napster to sleep, July 27, 2000 (333)
Loyal to the team, loyal to the game, August 3, 2000 (334)
Why San Antonio drought reports are all wet, August 10, 2000 (335)
Confessions of a non-candidate, August 17, 2000 (336)
In today's world, the eyes have it, August 24, 2000 (337)
More churchgoers? How many like me?, August 31, 2000 (338)
Publicity - the truth and then some, September 7, 2000 (339)
Telling truth about telling lies, September 14, 2000 (340)
There's no xeri-scape from nature, September 21, 2000
Let's hear it for the loser's circle, September 28, 2000 (341)
Life's lessons from a glass of milk, October 5, 2000 (342)
How dining is show biz, with stars, October 12, 2000 (343)
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33 Time and Tiny - Guthrie, November 1999
Book Seven, August 24, 2000
You'll never collect on 'collectibles', October 19, 2000 (344)
Mrs. Grundy still lives next door, October 26, 2000 (345)
Voting where the counting counts, November 2, 2000 (346)
Harry Potter and his winning ways, November 9, 2000 (347)
Harry Potter and his external magic, November 16, 2000 (348)
Give thanks for a quiet virtue, November 23, 2000
When what hasn't happened is news, November 30, 2000 (349)
Cutting to the core with Henry B., December 7, 2000
Message to tomorrow: Don't hurry, December 14, 2000 (350)
The Dickens with Christmas - Parts 1 and 2, December 21, 2000
There's no fair weather for an ICE, January 4, 2001 (351)
Looking back at 'Looking Backward', January 11, 2001 (352)
A big welcome to George W. Harding, January 18, 2001 (353)
Some remembering - and all that jazz, January 25, 2001 (354)
Is it time to do our dome work?, February 1, 2001 (355)
Politics make strange beds, fellows, February 8, 2001
Wet and wild way out west, on Kauai - Parts 1 and 2, February 15, 2001 (356-357)
Why I have no faith in this plan, March 1, 2001 (358)
Why Alice worked in Wonderland, March 8, 2001 (359)
Good news - Econo-porn in decline, March 15, 2001 (360)
There's no 'image' without imagination, March 22, 2001 (361)
We're in the market for spring, March 29, 2001
Welcome to the world of lab wars, April 5, 2001 (362)
Showers of praise for sweet April, April 12, 2001 (363)
San Antonio as it never was, April 19, 2001 (364)
A whole lot of Fiesta goin' on, April 26, 2001 (365)
Avoiding a coincidence incident, May 3, 2001 (366)
Learning to dodge the fire about smoke, May 10, 2001 (367)
A clarifying word on movie words, May 17, 2001 (368)
Get a foot up on a new profession, May 24, 2001 (369)
Why the caged bird doesn't sing, May 31, 2001 (370)
Are we ready to move 'down under'?, June 7, 2001
Hey kid, how do you like my ad?, June 14, 2001 (371)
A horror film called 'Houston', June 21, 2001 (372)
TV now - getting rich with a niche, June 28, 2001 (373)
Tradition borne on the Fourth of July, July 5, 2001 (374)
Spare-timers don't spare others, July 12, 2001 (375)
Taking history to Vegas - to stay, July 19, 2001 (376)
The cynic route is a very long road, July 26, 2001 (377)
Botts and the spoils of war - Parts 1-3, August 2, 2001
Surprise: The '50s were exciting!, August 23, 2001 (378)
A water fantasy called California, August 30, 2001 (379)
Are we free or merely out of jail?, September 6, 2001
Looking hard at 'looking again', September 13, 2001 (380)
Changing in the land of change, September 20, 2001 (381)
There's never peace in the yard war, September 27, 2001
We have too many heroes - at last!, October 4, 2001 (382)
How Hertzberg left us a circus, October 11, 2001 (383)
Who expected middle-aged young?, October 18, 2001 (384)
Surprise ending: Ethel Moss, new woman, October 25, 2001 (385)
The day the music lived, November 1, 2001 (386)
There's much to fear in fear itself, November 8, 2001 (387)
Dagwood and Hagar explain the news, November 15, 2001 (388)
Giving thanks - once we did it twice, November 22, 2001
Writing what's right for the Times, November 29, 2001 (389)
Would life be better with a king?, December 6, 2001 (390)
A word of warning about judging art, December 13, 2001 (391)
Special delivery for Christmas, December 20, 2001
Some Roman words for the holiday, December 27, 2001 (392)
Make your resolution a pleasure, January 3, 2002 (393)
They're only home for Christmas, January 10, 2002 (394)
It's 2002, any way you look at it, January 17, 2002 (395)
Airport security and 'Big Trouble', January 24, 2002 (396)
An old war, an old idea - Part I, January 31, 2002 (397)
an old war, an old idea - Part 2, February 7, 2002 (398)
May I have your attention, please?, February 14, 2002 (399)
Giving substance to Olympic gold, February 21, 2002 (400)
To those who follow the fleet, February 28, 2002 (401)
By their sins ye shall know them, March 7, 2002 (402)
When beer and ballads are green, March 14, 2002
A few last words on remembrance, March 21, 2002 (403)
Our insidious foe - the adjective, March 28, 2002 (404)
Location, location, location, April 4, 2002 (405)
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34 Emailing Columns, August-October 2002
Place, undated
Dixie, undated
Comfort, undated
Poverty, undated
Suit, undated
Brodsky, undated
Flat Tax, undated
Various Column Notes, undated
Nostromo, undated
Survive, undated
Heroics, undated
2 other, April 29, 2003
Name Game, undated (449)
Stupidity - a learning experience, April 11, 2002 (406)
Have a question? Push a button, April 18, 2002
Celebrating a celebration again, April 25, 2002
98 Flood, undated
Treated water ain't no treat - 1, May 2, 2002 (407)
Treated water ain't no treat - 2, May 9, 2002 (408)
At home with a new leisure class, May 16, 2002 (409)
You've got problems? Write a book, May 23, 2002 (410)
Does cooking cook your goose?, May 30, 2002 (411)
Growing up now - It's a crime, June 6, 2002 (412)
Tales of tooth and consequence, June 13, 2002
Anthropologist's report, A.D. 3002, June 20, 2002 (413)
Life in a slow lane: Small is big, June 27, 2002 (414)
Coincidence Day - The Fourth of July, July 4, 2002
The Pledge - It's really kids' stuff, July 11, 2002 (415)
Private grief as a public skill, July 18, 2002 (416)
Preying with the congregation, July 25, 2002 (417)
A book is a book, is a book, August 1, 2002 (418)
What colors our view of Othello?, August 8, 2002 (419)
We've got poor kids - who's to blame?, August 15, 2002
Winning and losing a golf war, August 22, 2002 (420)
Tomorrow's promise is surprise, August 29, 2002 (421)
Bringing back the good old days, September 5, 2002 (422)
Our plan is fly now, pray later, September 12, 2002 (423)
Life with the suffering artists, September 19, 2002
Nothing vague about Las Vegas, September 26, 2002 (424)
Is online out of line at weddings?, October 3, 2002 (425)
Missremembrance of things past, October 10, 2002 (426)
A tale of two presidents and us, October 17, 2002 (427)
Ignored but needed: evening people, October 21, 2002 (428)
Facing two scary days in a row, October 31, 2002 (429)
Searching again for a brand new sin, November 2, 2002
Oh, Millard, what you started!, November 14, 2002 (430)
Who was governor of Utah in 1915?, November 21, 2002 (431)
Saying thanks at Thanksgiving, November 28, 2002 (432)
Casting a vote for politicians, December 5, 2002 (433)
Christmas shopping the easy way, December 12, 2002 (434)
A holy day holiday for everyone, December 19, 2002 (435)
Oh, Little Town of Bureaucrats, December 26, 2002
A time of year to talk about time, January 2, 2003
An atomic conversation piece, January 9, 2003 (436)
The more things change, they change, January 16, 2003 (437)
Watch your language - carefully, January 23, 2003 (438)
Sharing the weather leaves me cold, January 30, 2003
A man of honor, justly honored, February 6, 2003 (439)
It's an old game played a new way, February 13, 2003 (440)
You're unhappy? Whose fault is it?, February 20, 2003
Looking down on 'looking up', February 27, 2003 (441)
How do you spank a dictator?, March 6, 2003 (442)
Real women in the reel world, March 13, 2003 (443)
When life's a contest, who wins?, March 20, 2003 (444)
Losing friends the hard way, March 27, 2003 (445)
Happy anniversary to a success, April 3, 2003 (446)
Sharing spring with the experts, April 10, 2003
Big-time party, big-time town, April 17, 2003 (447)
There goes the neighborhood, again, April 24, 2003 (448)
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Other Projects, 1939-2009

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55 Biographical materials, 1955-1986
Resumes etc., 1952-1974
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53 School essays, drafts, and poetry, 1939
Jefferson Declaration [high school newspaper]
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OM2 Volume XI, 1941-1942
Volume XII, 1942-1943
Volume XIII, 1943-1944
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55 Short Stories, ca. 1947-1951
Novel Manuscripts
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53 A Harvest of Angels, 1947-1948
The Star Falls
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53 Draft, 1947-1948 [1]
Draft, 1947-1948 [2]
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49 Draft, 1950 [3]
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55 Festival, 1949
Aesop Ridgely
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55 Aunt Clarissa's, undated
Josie in Love, undated
Aesop Runs for Office, undated
Maria and the March, undated
Meet the Family, ca. 1975
The Phoenix Story, undated
Notes, undated
Trophy [alternate title: The Los Perdidos Hunt Club]
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55 Premise and draft pages, ca. 1969
Draft, undated
First rewrite, undated
Second draft, ca. 1970s
Draft with alternate title, undated
Clippings, 1969-1975
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16 Draft, ca. 1970s
Untitled, ca. 1970s [1]
Untitled, ca. 1970s [2]
Young Again
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55 Draft, 1984-1988
Late file, 1993
Getting Over Genesis [alternate title: The Evil Book]
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55 Preliminary notes, 1992-1994
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12 Caravan Films, 1948-1950
Performing Arts Ephemera
Theater
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56 San Antonio-Clippings, 1960, 1963-1965
San Antonio-Clippings, 1966-1969
San Antonio-Clippings, 1970-1979
San Antonio-Clippings, 1980-1984
San Antonio-Clippings, 1986-1989
San Antonio-Clippings, 1990s
San Antonio-Clippings, undated
San Antonio, 1956-1995
Texas, 1963, 1967, 1969
Outside of Texas, 1972
Proposal for Langston Hughes Memorial Afro-American Theater, undated
Ballet-San Antonio, 1962-1965
San Antonio Symphony Orchestra programs, 1961-1996
San Antonio Symphony Orchestra clippings, 1989
Fine Arts-Texas, 1962, 1963, 1976
Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus program, 1968
San Antonio Conservation Society
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57 San Antonio conservation ephemera, 1959-1987 and undated
North Expressway fight [McAllister Freeway / U.S. Route 281]
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57 Assorted planning documentation, 1960-1961
General notes and drafts, December 1960
Bumper sticker, 1960-1961
Handbills, 1960-1961
Petition, 1960-1961
Precinct worker telephone call script and procedures, 1961
Statement delivered by Fern Ennis, December 27, 1960
Radio script, 1960-1961
Television show script drafts, 1960-1961
Television script for Mrs. Maury Maverick, 1960-1961
Correspondence, 1963, 1970, 1971
Clippings, 1960-1961
Clippings, 1963
Clippings, 1965-1975 [2 folders]
Camille Rosengren files
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48 Published newsletters, 1966-1968
Newsletter copyediting, June 1966
Newsletter copyediting, September-October 1966
Annual awards dinner, December 1966
Newsletter copyediting, January 1967
Newsletter copyediting, February 1967
Newsletter copyediting, March-April 1967
Newsletter copyediting, June 1967
Newsletter copyediting, October 1967
Newsletter copyediting, November-December 1967
Newsletter copyediting, January 1968
Newsletter miscellaneous, 1966-1968
Budget and correspondence, 1967
Resume, brochure, and clippings for Institute of Texan Cultures,1967
San Antonio conservation clippings, 1963-1988 [2 folders]
Newsletters, 1965-1983
A Night in Old San Antonio (NIOSA) brochures and ephemera, 1961-1968 and undated
A Night in Old San Antonio (NIOSA) clippings, 1960s
King William Fair, 1973, 1976
Observance Honoring German Pioneers in Texas program book, 1976
King William neighborhood clippings, 1977-1979
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12 Guggenheim fellowship application, 1961
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OM1 San Antonio Press Club's The Sizzler, 1964
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12 Tomorrow's Heritage exhibit presented at Bolivar Hall, 1965
Inter-American Educational Center (IAEC) Brochure
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12 First draft (reactions), 1966
Second draft, 1966-1967
Notes, 1966
Copy by Frank Rosengren, 1966
Copy by others (early), 1966
Copy by others (later), 1966
Brochure, 1967
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48 Agency Notes, 1967-1973
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12 To You - The Heirs: San Antonio's Legacy of Architecture, 1967
Nursing Series at Incarnate Word University, 1968
Wanda Ford City Council Campaign, 1969
College-Community Creative Arts Center of San Antonio (CASA)
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12 Background, 1969
Meeting minutes and correspondence, 1969-1971
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OM3 Feasability study planning report, 1970
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47 Budget and cost examples, 1970s
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12 Women for Peace newsletters, 1970-1971
United Citizens Project Planning and Operating Corporation (UCPPOC)
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16 Projects status report, 1973
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12 Omnibus Hearing with Judge Adrian Spears, 1972-1974
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16 Home and office inventories, 1974
Personal correspondence regarding property, 1974-1975, 1979
Feedback to writers, 1976-1979
United States Bicentennial
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60 Bicentennial San Antonio newsletters, August 1973-May 1976
Brochures and calendars, 1972-1976
San Antonio project list, undated
San Antonio magazine, January 1976
Clippings, 1972-1977
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47 Resume examples from others, 1980s
Wayne Kearl Tribute
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12 Script, notes, and correspondence, 1980-1983
Box
OM1 Reel-to-reel audiotapes, undated [2 tapes]
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44 Opening of San Antonio Art Museum clippings and directory map, 1981
The Registry: The Artists' Alliance of San Antonio Directory of San Antonio Artists, 1981-1982
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47 San Antonio Festival programs and clippings, 1983-1990 [3 folders]
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48 Sunny Nash, 1985, 1991, 1993
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44 Cisneros and Medlar clippings, 1988
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17 Writings about art, 1988-1989, 1993
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48 Letters [correspondence], 1988-1990
Florence Poor, 1988-1991
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44 Henry Cisneros clippings, 1988-1999 [1]
Henry Cisneros clippings, 1988-2009 [2]
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48 Center for Disease Control (CDC) Aedes Albopictus script, 1990
Beasley Theater, 1990-1992
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17 Arts and Letters speech, 1992
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44 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act - Celanese 1992-1993 [2 folders]
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17 Writings to Be Said and Seen continuing education class, 1994 [3 folders]
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44 Molly Ivins clippings, 1995-2007
Henry Guerra 80th birthday, 1998, 2001
Madalyn O'Hair murder clippings, 2003
Willow Way sale clippings, 2005
Witte parking garage (River Road Neighborhood Association), 2007-2009
Polygamist sect clippings, 2008-2009
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16 Poetry, undated

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