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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of Richard Moya

Scope and Content of the Collection

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I Newspaper Clippings, Printed Materials, Bulk (1969-1986)

Series II Photographs

Austin History Center

Richard Moya Papers, 1948-1992

An Inventory of the Collection



Collection Summary

Creator: Moya, Richard, 1932-
Title: Richard Moya Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1948-1992
Bulk Dates: 1969-1986
Abstract: This collection represents the collection of news clippings assembled by Richard Moya over the span of his political career in Travis County (TX) as County Commissioner representing Precinct 4 from 1970-1986.
Call Number: AR.2002.024
Quantity: 9.32 linear ft., 11 boxes, 20,235 items.
Collection Unit: Archives and Manuscripts.
Respository: Austin History Center. Austin Public Library. Austin, Texas.

Biographical Sketch of Richard Moya

Native Austinite, Richard Moya, (1932- ), son of Bertha and “Pete” Moya, was the first Mexican American elected to the Travis County (Texas) Commissioners’ Court representing Precinct 4. Moya served four full terms, or sixteen years as County Commissioner beginning in 1970 to 1986. He was appointed as one of three Deputy Chiefs of Staff under Governor Ann Richard’s administration from 1991 to 1995. Moya served as delegate to the National Democratic Convention in 1972. Moya has been active as a civic leader all of his life and is still active in national, state, and local politics. He is well known as a man of action and a problem solver. Moya is a principal partner in the small business, First Team, a company that specializes in marketing research.

Moya grew up in predominantly Hispanic East Austin, attending Austin’s “Mexican School” Zavala Elementary. Later his family moved south of East First Street (Caesar Chavez), near Metz Elementary, the “White School.” He and his sister, Christine Irene, were still expected to attend Zavala Elementary because of their Mexican ethnicity. His mother Bertha wanted them to attend the school closer to their home. She confronted the Superintendent of Schools about the matter, and Moya and his sister were reassigned to Metz Elementary School.

He attended Allen Junior High, which had a mixed white and Hispanic student population. He then went on to Austin High School, where he graduated with the Class of 1950. It was in high school that he met his wife to be, Gertrude Garza. They were married in Februrary 15,1953 and had two children, Danny (deceased) and Margaret Lorraine.

Mr. Moya was drafted into the armed service from 1953 to 1955 as a Sergeant 1st Class in the Korean War and later was in the Army National Guard. He learned the printing trade when working at Best Printing on East 19th Street in Austin. He remained in the printing business for almost 15 years and became a union journeyman printer. In 1966 he took the job as Investigator for the Travis County Legal Aid Society and worked with the Office of Economic Opportunity. It was here that he was exposed to the intricacies of county government and made the decision to seek elected office. While announcing for a seat on Travis County Commissioners Court, Precinct 4 in 1969, he stated “I feel that I must run for this office, with the goal of seeking a more efficient form of local government, one that will respond readily to the needs of the people of this community.” [Austin American 12-15-1969]. In 1970, he won the election and became the first Mexican American to be elected in Travis County as County Commissioner, Precinct 4. He helped form the Mexican-American Democrats (MAD) between 1972-1973 and from this group, the Tejano Democrats formed.

Moya’s political career spanned over 20 years in county and state governments, serving in both elected and appointed positions. However, his role as a community leader covers an even broader span of time. Moya has served as treasurer of the Austin Aces Athletic Club, the Pan-Am Advisory Board, as well as the Capital Area Planning Council and the Century Club. He has remained active in national, state, and local politics.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Newspaper clippings (10 cubic ft.); photographs (1 cubic ft.) sprinkled with a few documents and entire daily issues of newspapers document the political life and times of Richard Moya, (1932- ), the first Mexican American elected to the Travis (Texas) County Commissioners’ Court representing Precinct 4. These clippings are primarily taken from the Austin American-Statesman and the Austin Citizen, two local newspapers popular at this time. Also included is one cubic foot of photographs.

Arranged as received in chronological order, and when further divided, arranged using the division labels prepared by the creator. Divider sheets labeled County, State, and City were used within some of the original 3-ring notebook binders. Those divider sheets remain in place; however, all clippings and other items were removed from 3-ring binders and photocopied on to non-acidic paper. Dates, when penciled on to the newspaper clippings, are copied clearly. Duplicate clippings were discarded during the copying process.

This is expected to be a growing collection. As the collection grows, more series will be added to AR.2002.024.

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Organization of the Records

The records are organized into two series. The first is the chronological arrangement by year and date with a date span for the newspaper clippings and printed matter of 1948 to 1991, with the bulk being 1969-1988. The second series is composed of photographs, illustrating places and events associated with Richard Moya.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None

Restrictions on Use

None

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Index Terms

Persons:
Barrera, Manuel, ( -1997).
Barrientos, Gonzalo, (1941- ), Texas State Representative and Senator.
Bode, Mary Jane, (1926-1998), State Representative.
Bonner, Cathy, CableTelevision and Communications consultant.
Booth, Lawson, 1st elected County Commission (1949).
Briscoe, Dolph, (19 ), Governor.
Bucklin, Dr. Robert, 1st Travis County Medical Examiner - 1978.
Bullock, Bob Robert Douglas, (1929-1999), Lt. Governor, State of Texas, State Comptroller of Public Accounts.
Cantu, Oswaldo, “A. B” (1930-1996), Sports Coordinator for Austin Parks and Recreation Department.
Cantu, Gilbert, Principal of Zavala Elementary School.
Chaves, Cesar Estrada, (1927-1993), United Farmworkers of America President and Organizer of the Union.
Cisneros, Rudolph, ( -1995), Owner of “Cisco’s” restaurant.
Colson, Charles, author of “Born Again”.
Cotera, Martha, (1938- ), Educator, activist, and author.
Daniel, Marion Price Jr., (1941-1981).
Deas, Jim.
Doggett, Lloyd, (1946- ), State Representative and U. S. Representative, State of Texas.
Dyson, Frank, City of Austin Chief of Police.
Earle, Ronald “Ronnie”, (1942- ), Travis County District Attorney, Austin Municipal Court Associate Judge.
Estelle, W. J.
Farenthold, Francis Tarleton “Sissy”, (1926- ).
Fernea, Elizabeth Warnock, author, U. T. professor of Women’s Studies.
Frank, Raymond, Travis County Sheriff.
Frasier, Margo, Travis County Sheriff
Gamboa, Carmen, Govalle Elementary School Principal.
Garcia, Casimiro “Spike”, (1946-1992) Beer distributor.
Garcia, Phillipe Ray “Red”.
Gault, N. L., (1898-1983), Travis County Commissioner.
Goodman, Richard, (1949-19 ), Councilmember Austin, Texas.
Gomez, Margaret, (1944- ), Travis County Commissioner.
Guerrero, Lena, (1957- ), Representative State of Texas Railroad Commission.
Guerrero, Roy, (1919-2001), City of Austin Parks and Recreation Director.
Han, James.
Hernandez, Paul, (1946- ), Political activist.
Hickie, Jane.
Hill, Gerald Wayne, (1947- ), Texas State Representative District 49.
Hontz, Bob.
Ivey, Frank Candidate, Justice of the Peace, Travis County Precinct 5.
Jones, Charlie, Austin Policeman, Deputy Sheriff, Constable, Candidate for Sheriff.
Kuhn, Bob, Justice of the Peace.
Leberman, Lowell, (1939- ), Mayor, City of Austin.
Love, Dan, Councilman, City of Austin.
McClellan (Rylander), Carol, (1939- ), Mayor, City of Austin.
Macias, Juan, (1884-1986), 103 years old.
Manor, Carrie E., (1895-1987).
Martinez, Matt, (1916-2003), Owner of “El Rancho” restaurant.
Mattox, Jim, Attorney General.
Medina, Ralph.
Mellon, John Woodrow, (1917-1988), Travis County Sheriff’s Deputy.
Mendez, Willie, Travis County employee.
Minton, Roy, Attorney.
Moore, Della Mae, Austin Community College Board of Trustees member.
Moore Morris, Margaret, first female public defender in Travis County.
Moya, Richard, first Hispanic to be elected in Austin, County Commissioner Travis County Precinct. 4.
Navarro, Manuel, Austin Independent School District Board Member.
Nobles, Henry, Travis County Legal Aid Society and Probation Officer, Director of Social Services.
Oden, Ken, Travis County Attorney.
O’Hair, Madalyn Murray, (1919-1995, presumed murdered) President of Society of Separationist Inc., [American Atheists].
Perkins, Bob, State District Judge.
Pickle, James Jarrell “Jake”, U. S. Representative, State of Texas.
Polanco, Lee, Accountant.
Polk, Jack.
Quinney, Harry O., Deputy Tax Assessor Democratic Candidate.
Renfro, Mike, (1994- ), Travis County Judge.
Reyes, Lonnie, (1942), A Monsignor, Catholic activist from St. Julia’s Parish.
Richards, Ann, (1933- ), Travis County Commissioner, Governor, State of Texas.
Robertson, Rob Candidate for County Judge.
de la Rosa, Albert City Attorney.
Ruiz, David, Activist.
Ruiz, Santos “Buddy”, Candidate for City Council, Austin.
Samelson, Daniel, Travis County Commissioner.
Shipman, Sally, Council Member, City of Austin.
Simon, Margarita, Radio journalist and community activist.
Smith, Frank H. Bail, bondsman.
Soto, Tiburcio M., ( -1974), killed by policeman.
Spaeth, Mark Edward, ( -1985), Council Member, City of Austin.
Taylor, Carol, Austin Community Television.
Taylor, Leslie, Travis County Court-at-law Judge.
Trevino, John, (1938- ), Austin’s first Hispanic Council Member, City of Austin.
Turner, Joe.
Valdez, Raul, (1947- ), painter, muralist.
Vela, Joe Boxer.
Velasquez, Carlos, (1947- ), Television show host, 1975-89 son of Roy’s Taxi founder, Roy Velasquez.
Villanueva, Dan, Reverend.
Ware, Browning, (1928-2002).
Webb, Charles, Justice of the Peace, Travis County Precinct 2.
Weddington, Nagel Sarah, (1945- ), Attorney, Texas State Representative.
Weimer, John, Administrative Director of the Austin-Travis County Mental Health-Mental Retardation Center.
Williams, Mary, Travis County Judge.
Wisser, Jon, Travis County Court-at-law Judge.
Yarborough, Donald, Texas Supreme Court Justice.
Yeakel, Lee, (1945-1997), Appointed Chief Justice for the 3rd Court of Appeals.
Znotas, Joe, Activist Priest.
Zuniga, Diana, Austin Housing Authority Board.
Organizations:
Austin Aces Athletic Club. Capital Area Planning Council.
Citizens Jail Bond Advisory Committee April 2, 1978 - June 1978.
Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Austin, Tex.).
Human Opportunity Corporation (HOC).
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
League of United Chicano Artists (Lucha).
Mexican American Council for Economic Progress.
Mexican American Democrats.
Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO).
Pan-Am Advisory Board.
Raza Unida Party.
Texas Farmworkers Union.
Travis County Democratic Group.
Travis CountyGrand Jury.
Subjects:
Adult Services Council (Austin, Tex.).
Aged -- Services for -- Texas –Travis County.
Agriculture -- Texas -- Travis County.
Airports -- Planning.
Airports -- Texas -- Austin.
Airports -- Texas -- Austin – Location.
Airports -- Texas -- Austin Region -- Planning.
Alcoholism -- Treatment -- Texas – Travis County.
Austin Aqua Festival.
Austin (Tex.) -- Floods.
Austin (Tex.) -- Politics and government.
Austin-Travis County Mental Health-Mental Retardation Center.
Black-capped vireo -- Texas -- Travis County.
Boats and boating.
Bonds -- Texas -- Travis County.
Budget -- Texas -- Travis County.
Capital Area Planning Council (Austin, Tex.).
Capital Area Planning Council (Austin, Tex.) Regional.
Children of immigrants -- Education (Secondary) – Texas.
City planning -- Texas -- Travis County.
Civil rights workers -- United States.
Colorado River (Tex.).
Colorado River (Tex.) -- Floods.
Colorado River Watershed (Tex.) -- History.
Community Action Program (U.S.).
Correctional institutions -- Texas.
County budgets -- Texas -- Travis County.
County government -- Texas -- Travis County -- Evaluation.
County government -- Texas --Travis County.
Crime and criminals -- Texas.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States.
Democratic Party (Tex.).
Democratic Party (Travis County, Tex.).
Developmentally disabled -- Care -- Texas -- Austin.
Drug abuse -- Treatment -- Texas –Travis County.
Economic assistance, Domestic -- Texas -- Austin.
Education, Bilingual.
Elections -- Texas -- Travis County.
Elections -- Texas -- Travis County -- Statistics.
Emergency medical services -- Texas -- Austin metropolitan area.
Endangered species -- Texas -- Austin.
Express highways -- Environmental aspects -- Texas -- Austin.
Festivals -- Texas -- Austin.
Finance, Public -- Texas -- Austin Metropolitan Area.
Fire ants -- Control.
Flood control -- Texas -- Onion Creek watershed.
Flood control -- Texas -- Travis County.
Floodplains -- Texas -- Austin.
Floodplains -- Texas -- Walnut Creek Watershed (Tex.).
Floodplains -- Texas -- Williamson Creek Watershed.
Floods -- Texas -- Austin.
Floods -- Texas -- Colorado River Watershed.
Floods -- Texas -- Travis County.
Housing -- Texas -- Austin.Jails -- Texas -- Austin.
Housing -- Texas -- Travis County.
Immigrants -- Civil rights -- United States.
Jails -- Overcrowding -- Texas -Travis County.
Jails -- Texas -- Travis County.
Local government -- Texas.
McKinney Falls State Park (Tex.).
Mental health services -- Texas -- Austin.
Mental health services -- Texas -- Travis County.
Mentally handicapped -- Care -- Texas -- Austin.
Metropolitan government -- Texas -- Austin Metropolitan Area.
Mexican American youth.Mexican Americans -- Biography.
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights -- Texas - Austin.
Mexicans in Texas -- Civil rights – Texas – Travis County.
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights -- History - 20th century.
Mexican Americans -- Education - Texas -- Austin - History.
Mexican Americans -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Mexican Americans -- Politics and suffrage.
Mexican Americans -- Texas -- Austin.
Mexicans -- Civil rights -- United States.
Mexicans -- Crimes against -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Minority business enterprises – Texas -- Austin.
MoPac (Highway : Austin, Tex.).
MoPac (Highway : Austin, Tex.).
MoPac Boulevard.
Motor boat racing.
Municipal powers and services beyond corporate limits -- Texas -- Austin Metropolitan Area.
Onion Creek Watershed (Tex.).
Political parties -- Texas -- Austin.
Poor -- Texas -- Austin.
Prisons -- Texas -- Travis County -- Overcrowding.
Prisoners -- Texas.
Prisoners -- Texas -- T ravis County.
Regional planning -- Texas -- Austin Metropolitan Area.
Regional planning -- Texas -- Travis County.
Roads -- Texas -- Travis County -Planning.
Sewage disposal.
Social service -- Texas - Austin Metropolitan Area.
Spanish language -- Study and teaching.
Texas -- Ethnic relations.
Town Lake (Austin, Tex.).
Town Lake Park (Austin, Tex.).
Transportation -- Texas -- Austin metropolitan area -- Planning.
Travis County (Tex.) -- Appropriations and expenditures.
Travis County (Tex.). Commissioners Court.
Travis County (Tex.) Jail.
Travis County (Tex.) -- Officials and employees -- Pensions.
Travis County (Tex.) -- Politics and government.
Travis County (Tex.). Sheriff.Water -- Pollution -- Texas -- Austin.
United States. Office of Economic Opportunity Community Actions Programs.
Waste disposal.
Water quality management -- Texas -- Austin region.
Water quality management -- Texas -- Austin region.
Water quality management -- Texas -- Austin.
Wild Basin Preserve.
Wildlife refuges --Texas -- Austin.
Williamson Creek Watershed (Tex.).
Places:
Austin (Tex.).
Del Valle (Tex.).
Hippie Hollow. (Tex.).
Montopolis (Tex.).
Oak Hill (Tex.).
Onion Creek. (Tex.).
Travis County (Tex.).
Webberville (Tex.).

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Related Material

Austin Files AF – Biography, Moya, Richard, Austin Files Photographs AF – Biography, Moya, Richard.

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Separated Material

Duplicate copies of clippings have been discarded. Duplicate photographic images have been returned to the family. Whole issues of newspapers, when found, have been separated to the periodicals section of the Austin History Center.

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Administrative Information

Custodial History

These records were assembled by Richard Moya and his staff in three ring binder notebooks. Clippings were placed in chronological order with some notebooks being divided into three sections: City, County, State. Each clipping was placed in a plastic sheet protector. The notebooks were pulled from a home on the Moya family property near Elgin, placed in 2 pickup trucks and brought to the Austin History Center where they were arranged in 33 boxes and stored in the John Henry Faulk basement until 2003 when they were brought to the History Center for processing.

Preferred Citation

Richard Moya Papers (1969-1986). AR.2002.024 Austin, TX: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Processing Information

Initial Inventory and Preliminary Processing By Irene Gonzales, Danny Camacho, Sue Soy. Date: October – April 2004. Final Processing and Finding Aid By Irene Gonzales, Danny Camacho, Sue Soy. Date: August 2004.

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Other Finding Aids

Travis County Commissioners Court Papers AR.N.001 Includes minutes of the Travis County Commissioners Court from February 15, 1852 until February 8, 1892.

Travis County Elections AF.G.006 Election returns from early Travis County Elections, formerly kept at the County Courthouse and placed in the Austin History Center collection in 1959. Dates vary but include Elections 1839-1850 and 1873.

Travis County Local Option Campaign AR.1994.098 Contains newspaper articles, flyers, periodicals, petitions, and posters mainly concerning the issue of prohibition, the local option elections held on December, 1916.

Travis County Records AR.2002.027 Records transferred to the Austin History Center including Justice of the Peace records, Criminal Court Dockets, County Superintendent Records, and other records. Dates vary.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection. Brackets indicate observed dates within the file folder while non-bracketed headings indicate dates assigned by the creator to file folders.

 

Series I Newspaper Clippings, Printed Materials, Bulk (1969-1986)

box folder
1 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, [September 22, 1948 - July 27, 1985],
(32 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, March 15, 1970 - January 31, 1986,
(80 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, [March 15, 1970 – March 27, 1986] Campaigns 1970-1976,
(118 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 17, 1971 - June 24, 1971,
(4 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 17, 1971 - June 29, 1971,
(88 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 24, 1971 - December 08, 1971,
(97 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 26, 1971 - December 08, 1971,
(98 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, Scattered dates: 1971, 1972, 1973 1974, 1976, 1978 [November 13, 1971 - November 07, 1978],
(96 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, December 09, 1971 - June 14, 1972,
(106 items).
10 Moya (Richard) Papers, December 09, 1971 - June 14, 1972,
(107 items).
11 Moya (Richard) Papers, February 02, 1972 - May 25, 1972
(179 items).
box folder
2 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 09, 1972 – November 02, 1972,
(123 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, November 08, 1972 – February 27, 1973,
(166 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: January 18, 1973 – May 17, 1973] 1973 Political Campaign – City,
(126 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, March 03, 1973 – April 10, 1973,
(157 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: April 19, 1973 – July 19, 1973] April 19, 1973 – July 19, 1973,
(141 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 19, 1973 – July 19, 1973,
(151 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 10, 1973 – September 13, 1973,
(91 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 10, 1973 – September 13, 1973,
(90 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 03, 1973 – July 30, 1974,
(131 items).
10 Moya (Richard) Papers, August 26, 1973 – December 31, 1973,
(65 items).
11 Moya (Richard) Papers, November 29, 1973 – May 12, 1974 Political Campaigns,
(89 items).
12 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 01, 1974 – April 31, 1974,
(102 items).
13 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 04, 1974 – May 04, 1974,
(107 items).
14 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 01, 1974 – May 15, 1974,
(155 items).
15 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: May 15, 1974 – May 31, 1974] April – May 1974,
(160 items).
16 Moya (Richard) Papers, July 18, 1974 – December 31, 1974,
(129 items).
17 Moya (Richard) Papers, August 01, 1974 – September 28, 1974,
(132 items).
18 Moya (Richard) Papers, September 20, 1974 – September 12, 1975 – City Council – School Board – State Legislature,
(121 items).
19 Moya (Richard) Papers, December 03, 1974 – December 31, 1974,
(54 items).
box folder
3 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, September 20, 1974 – September 12, 1975 – Austin City Council, AISD School Board, November 20, 1974 – November 12, 1975 – State Legislature,
(115 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, [October 01, 1974 – November 28, 1974] October – November 1974,
(142 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, Papers [December 03, 1974 – December 31, 1974] December 1974,
(54 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers Moya (Richard) Papers December 07, 1974 – July 28, 1976 – MoPac,
(54 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, Moya (Richard) Papers [January 02, 1975 – February 28, 1975] January 1975 – February 28, 1975,
(116 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, [January 02, 1975 – April 15, 1975],
(122 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 02, 1975 – February 28, 1975],
(95 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, [January 02, 1975 – April 15,1975,
(108 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 15, 1975 – April 30, 1975 – Legislation,
(133 items).
10 Moya (Richard) Papers, Moya (Richard) Papers February 27, 1975 – July 09, 1975 – County,
(133 items).
11 Moya (Richard) Papers, March 04, 1975 – April 29, 1975,
(169 items).
12 Moya (Richard) PapersApril 03, 1975 – December 26, 1976,
(96 items).
13 Moya (Richard) Papers April 15, 1975 – March 31, 1976,
(164 items).
14 Moya (Richard) Papers, [May 06, 1975 – December 23, 1976] May 1976 - December 1975 January 1976 – December 1976,
(185 items).
15 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 10, 1975 – June 21, 1975 [Scattered Dates in June 1975],
(105 items).
16 Moya (Richard) Papers, [July 01, 1975 – August 30, 1975] July – August 1975,
(122 items).
17 Moya (Richard) PapersJuly 30, 1975 – July 05, 1983 – Mexican American Democrats,
(124 items).
18 Moya (Richard) Papers September 03, 1975 – November 18, 1975,
(142 items).
19 Moya (Richard) Papers, November 19, 1975 – February 17, 1976 [November 19, 1975 – June 28, 1976],
(163 items).
20 Moya (Richard) Papers, [March 10, 1976 – April 23, 1976],
(140 items).
21 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 01, 1976 – June 21, 1976,
(146 items).
22 Moya (Richard) Papers, September 09, 1976 – November 17, 1976,
(133 items).
23 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: September 09, 1976 – March 29, 1984] September 09, 1976 – November 1976 – Sheriff and Bond,
(74 items).
24 Moya (Richard) Papers, [September 14, 1976 – March 02, 1978] Travis County Sheriff,
(79 items).
box folder
4 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, November 01, 1976 – January 26, 1977,
(242 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, [January 01, 1977 – October 30, 1978] Legislature – State,
(155 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 05, 1977 – June 30, 1978 – City of Austin,
(180 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 09, 1977 – July 06, 1977,
(185 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 26, 1977 – March 31, 1977,
(175 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 31, 1977 – August 09, 1985,
(147 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, February 09, 1978 – February 21, 1978 – Travis County Sheriff,
(80 items).
box folder
5 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, March 19, 1977 – August 11, 1977 – General Clippings,
(124 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, [July 25, 1977 – December 30, 1977] Sheriff and Bond 1977,
(54 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 01, 1977 – May 15, 1977,
(94 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers May 02, 1977 – September 15, 1977 – Sheriff and Bond,
(72 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, July 06. 1977 – September 07, 1977,
(152 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, September 01, 1977 – November 30, 1977 - General Clippings,
(107 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, September 01, 1977 – December 30, 1977,
(101 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, October 27, 1977 – December 16, 1977 – Bond Election,
(53 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 11, 1978 – January 31, 1978,
(240 items).
10 Moya (Richard) Papers, February 01, 1978 – February 28, 1978,
(157 items).
11 Moya (Richard) Papers, March 01, 1978 – March 31, 1978,
(137 items).
12 Moya (Richard) Papers, [April 02, 1978 – June 20, 1978] April – May – June – Citizens Jail Bond Advisory Committee Minutes,
(313 items).
13 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 01, 1978 – April 30, 1978,
(121 items).
14 Moya (Richard) Papers, [April 06, 1978 – February 01, 1979] April 1978 – MoPac; February 1979 – County,
(08 items).
15 Moya (Richard) Papers, [April 07, 1978 – February 01, 1979] MoPac 1978,
(09 items).
16 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 01, 1978 – May 31, 1978,
(89 items).
17 Moya (Richard) Papers, [June 01, 1978 – July 31, 1978] June 1978 – July 1978,
(173 items).
18 Moya (Richard) Papers, July 07, 1978 – December 29, 1980,
(124 items).
19 Moya (Richard) Papers, August 01, 1978 – October 30, 1978,
(130 items).
20 Moya (Richard) Papers, November 01, 1978 – December 31, 1978,
(108 items).
21 Moya (Richard) Papers, December 15, 1978 – December 23, 1980] 1979 and 1980 [Includes material from 1978] Legislature,
(53 items).
22 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 04, 1979 – March 31, 1979] January 1979 – March 1979,
(55 items).
23 Moya (Richard) Papers, [April 03, 1979 – September 30, 1979] April 1979, May 1979, June 1979, July 1979, August 1979, September 1979,
(119 items).
24 Moya (Richard) Papers, [October, 01, 1979 – December 23, 1979] October, November, December 1979,
(87 items).
25 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 02, 1980 – January 31, 1980,
(112 items).
26 Moya (Richard) Papers, [February 01, 1980 – March 31, 1980] February 01 – March 31, 1980,
(85 items).
box folder
6 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 01, 1980 – April 30, 1980,
(104 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 01, 1980 – July 31, 1980,
(109 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, August 01,1980 – December 31, 1980,
(89 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, January 05, 1981 – January 30, 1981 – County, City, State (Legislature) Bi-Lingual Education – Massage Parlor Law,
(97 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, [February 01, 1981 – February 26, 1981] February 1981 County, City, State (Legislature),
(143 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, Papers March 03, 1981 – March 27, 1981 County, City, State, (Legislature) Bi-Lingual Bill, City Council Election,
(144 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 02, 1981 – April 30, 1981 County, City, State (Legislature),
(124 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, [May 07, 1981 – May 29, 1981] May 1981, County, City, State (Legislature),
(114 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 01, 1981 – June 29, 1981,
(142 items).
10 Moya (Richard) Papers, July 03, 1981 – July 30, 1981 City, State,
(134 items).
11 Moya (Richard) Papers, [August 03, 1981 – September 11, 1981] August 1981 – September 1981, County,
(141 items).
12 Moya (Richard) Papers, September 02, 1981 – September 30, 1981, County, City, State (Legislature),
(129 items).
13 Moya (Richard) Papers, October 05, 1981 – October 29, 1981, County, City, State (Legislature),
(90 items).
14 Moya (Richard) Papers, November 02, 1981 – November 30, 1981,
(62 items).
15 Moya (Richard) Papers, [December 09, 1981 – December 30, 1981] December 1981, County, City State Legislature,
(61 items).
16 Moya (Richard) Papers, [January 03, 1982 – January 30, 1982], January 1982, County, City, State (Legislature),
(66 items).
17 Moya (Richard) Papers, [February 01, 1982 – February 26, 1982],
(138 items).
18 Moya (Richard) Papers, February 02, 1982 – August 19, 1982 Political Campaign,
(184 items).
19 Moya (Richard) Papers, [March 02, 1982 – March 31, 1982] March 1982, County, City, State (Legislator),
(132 items).
20 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: April 01, 1982 – April 30, 1982], County, City, State, Legislator, April 01, 1982 – April 30, 1982,
(105 items).
21 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: May 03, 1982 – May 28, 1982] County, City, State Legislator April 1982 MAD Newsletter,
(70 items).
22 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 01, 1982 – June 30, 1982, County, City, State (Legislature),
(75 items).
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7 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, [July 01, 1982 – July 30, 1982] July 1982, County, City, State Legislator,
(106 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, Moya (Richard) Papers [August 02, 1982 – August 31, 1982] August 1982, County, City, State (Legislator),
(138 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, Moya (Richard) Papers August 07, 1982 – December 05, 1982, Political Election Results County, State,
(132 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, [September 1, 1982 – September 30, 1982] September 1982 City,
(125 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, September 03, 1982 – September 21, 1982 County, State Scattered Dates,
(152 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: October 01, 1982 – October 7, 1982] City, County, State,
(90 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, [December 22, 1982 – October 28, 1983] October 1983 – October 28, 1983, City, County, State,
(98 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers[Scattered Dates: October 01, 1982 – November 04, 1982] October –November, 1982,
(61 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: November 04, 1982 – November 15, 1982] November 1982 County, City, State,
(41 items).
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8 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: December 03, 1982 – December 30, 1982] December 1982,
(94 items).
2 Moya (Richard) PapersJanuary 04, 1983 – January 31, 1983, County, City, State,
(176 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, [February 01, 1983 – February 25, 1983] February 1983, City, County, State,
(93 items).
4 Moya (Richard) PapersMarch 01, 1983 – March 31, 1983, City, County, State,
(114 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 01, 1983 – April 30, 1983, City, County, State Election 1983 for Mayor, April 30, 1983,
(132 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 01, 1983 – May 31, 1983, County, City, State Mayor Runoff Results May 2, 1983,
(93 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, [June 22, 1983 – August 12, 1983] June 1983 City, County, State,
(125 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, July 06, 1983 – July 29, 1983, City, County, State,
(107 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, [August 01, 1983 – August 30, 1983] August 1983, City, County, State,
95 items.
10 Moya (Richard) Papers, [September 1, 1983 – September 28, 1983] September 1983, City, County, State,
(131 items).
11 Moya (Richard) Papers, [November 01, 1983 – November 25, 1983] November 1983 City, County, State,
(106 items).
12 Moya (Richard) Papers, December 02, 1983 – December 29, 1983 City, County, State,
(73 items).
13 Moya (Richard) Papers, [January 04, 1984 – January 31, 1984] 1984 – January City, County, State,
100 items.
14 Moya (Richard) Papers, February 01, 1984 – February 29, 1984, State, City, County,
(91 items).
15 Moya (Richard) Papers, [March 02, 1984 – March 29, 1984] March 02, 1984 City, County, State,
(77 items).
16 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: April 03, 1984 – April 29, 1984] April 1984,
(128 items).
17 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 01, 1984 – May 31, 1984,
(117 items).
18 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 01, 1984 – June 29, 1984,
(204 items).
19 Moya (Richard) Papers, July 01, 1984 – July 30, 1984 City, County, State, National,
(164 items).
20 Moya (Richard) Papers, August 01, 1984 – August 31, 1984,
(124 items).
21 Moya (Richard) Papers[September 02, 1984 – September 29, 1984] September 1984,
(115 items).
22 Moya (Richard) Papers, [October 02, 1984 – October 31, 1984] October 1984 City, County,
(120 items).
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9 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, [November 01, 1984 – November 29, 1984] November 1984 City, County, State,
(98 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, December 04, 1984 – December 26, 1984 City, County, State,
(57 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, February 01, 1985 – February 26, 1985,
(96 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, March 07, 1985 – March 29, 1985,
(62 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 02, 1985 – April 21, 1985 City, County, State,
(108 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, [May 01, 1985 – May 30, 1985], May 1985 City, County, State,
(178 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: June 03, 1985 – June 24, 1985] 1985 – June County, State,
(116 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: June 07, 1985 – June 25, 1985] June 1985 City, County, State,
(168 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, [July 01, 1985 – July 31, 1985] July 1985 City, County State,
(201 items).
10 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: July 19, 1985 – July 30, 1985] July 1985,
(107 items).
11 Moya (Richard) Papers, [August 01, 1985 – August 28, 1985] August 1985 City County State,
(94 items).
12 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: August 01, 1985 – August 16, 1985] August 1985,
(58 items).
13 Moya (Richard) Papers, August 08, 1985 – October 30, 1985 City, County, State,
(171 items).
14 Moya (Richard) Papers, Moya (Richard) Papers [Scattered Dates: September 20, 1985 – September 30, 1985] September 1985,
(52 items).
15 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: January 10, 1985 – September 28, 1985] September 1985 City, State,
(176 items).
16 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: September 30, 1985 – October 11, 1985],
(178 items).
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10 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, [November 11, 1985] Analysis of Moya Survey,
(381 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: January 01, 1986 – January 31, 1986] January 1986 City, County, State,
(246 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: January 10, 1986 – January 31, 1986] January 1986,
(237 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: February 01, 1986 – February 28, 1986], February 1986,
(117 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: March 13, 1986 – March 31, 1986] March 1986,
(173 items).
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11 1 Moya (Richard) Papers, [March 18, 1986 – April 03, 1986] March 1986 Divided by State,
(181 items).
2 Moya (Richard) Papers, April 04, 1986 – April 30, 1986,
(262 items).
3 Moya (Richard) Papers, May 01, 1986 – May 30, 1986,
(279 items).
4 Moya (Richard) Papers, [Scattered Dates: June 03, 1986 – June 27, 1986],
(163 items).
5 Moya (Richard) Papers, June 04, 1986 – June 08, 1986,
(04 items).
6 Moya (Richard) Papers, [July 1, 1986 – July 30, 1986] July 1986 City, County, State,
(47 items).
7 Moya (Richard) Papers, [July 1, 1986 – July 30, 1986] July 1986 City, County,
(52 items).
8 Moya (Richard) Papers, [March 19, 1991 - June 15, 1991] Texas Housing Agency,
(05 items).
9 Moya (Richard) Papers, Legal Papers Merchant v. Texas Department of Commerce, 1992,
(185 items).

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Series II Photographs

Subseries: County Pictures
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11 10
(65 items).
Easter 1985 Burleson Road Park.
(59 photographs, 19 photocopies).
Fence up at Park Playground.
(05 photographs, 02 photocopies). 9 strips of negatives total 37 negatives one page.
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11 11
(78 items).
Working at Rural Center.
(15 photographs, 06 photocopies).
Working at South Rural Center Parking Lot.
(12 photographs, 4 photocopies).
New Building Shed at Pct. 4 Yard, 1985.
(08 photographs, 04 photocopies).
Burleson Park Pecan Harvest (26 photographs, 09 photocopies).
(26 photographs, 09 photocopies).
Burleson Park Pecan Harvest.
(26 photographs, 09 photocopies).
Untitled.
(17 photographs, 06 photocopies).
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11 12
(35 items).
973 Softball Fields (lights).
(08 photographs, 03 photocopies).
Moya’s Birthday Party.
(27 photographs, 09 photocopies).
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11 13
(47 items).
Construction at Swiss Alpine.
(21 photographs, 07 photocopies).
1984 Old Lockhart Road.
(04 photographs, 02 photocopies).
1984 Jacobson Road Bridge.
(03 photographs, 01 photocopies).
Dry Creek Bridge at Elroy Road 1980.
(19 photographs, 07 photocopies).
Subseries: Studio Portraits
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11 14
(16 items).
Moya Richard.
(16 photographs, 16 photocopies).
Subseries: Various
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11 15
(09 items).
Barrientos, Gonzales.
(01 photograph, 02 photocopies).
Chicano Huelga Austin.
(01 photograph, 02 photocopies).
Moya, with Mike Renfro and JohnTrevino.
(01 photograph, 01 photocopy).
Clean up of some sort. (06 photographs, 02 photocopies).
(06 photographs, 02 photocopies).
Subseries: 1985 Pictures Taken
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11 16
(110 items).
Jan. Winterstrom.
(68 photographs, 26 photocopies).
Highwinds Fallen Tree at Timber Creek.
(27 photographs, 10 copies).
Assorted Office and one road photo.
(15 photographs, 7 photocopies).
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11 17
(72 items).
Water Flood at Burleson Park.
(72 photographs, 27 photocopies).
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11 18
(36 items).
River Road Bridge Project.
(29 photographs, 10 photocopies).
Trash Dumping Fallwell Lane, 1985.
(07 photographs, 03 photocopies).
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11 19
(83 items).
Burleson Road Construction Project, 1985.
(20 photographs, 08 photocopies).
Travis County Pct. 4 Park, 1985.
(11 photographs, 04 photocopies).
November 1985 New Trucks with Truck Drivers.
(52 photographs, 18 photocopies).
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11 20
(78 items).
Brown Santa at South Rural Center, December 23, 1985.
(18 photographs, 06 photocopies).
Awards at Pct. 4 Christmas Party, December 18, 1985.
(24 photographs, 09 photocopies).
Burleson Road Ballfields and Concession Stand December 1985.
(27 photographs, 09 photocopies).
Little League Fields, January 1986, Softball Fields.
(03 photographs, 01 photocopies).
Avis Road, January 1986.
( 06 photographs, 02 photocopies).
Subseries: 1986
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11 21
(75 items).
973 Little League Fields January 1986.
(12 photographs, 04 photocopies).
Fallwell Lane (Trash).
(08 photographs, 03 photocopies).
Dug Outs for Little League Fields at 973 Fields.
(12 photographs, 04 photocopies).
Putting Up Fence at Ball Park.
(13 photographs, 05 photocopies).
View of 973 Ballfields Before Tree Planting.
(13 photographs, 04 photocopies).
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11 22
(35 items).
Working on Computer.
(02 photographs, 01 photocopies).
Beginning of 973 Soccer Fields.
(33 photographs, 12 photocopies).

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