Austin History Center

Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau Records

An Inventory of the Collection



Overview of the Collection

Creator: Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau
Title: Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau Records
Inclusive Dates: 1874-2005
Bulk Dates: 1970-1998
Abstract: The Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau markets Austin, Texas both nationally and internationally as a destination for trade and travel. The collection dates from 1874 to 2005 and contains meeting minutes, administrative files, musician files, and screenplays, as well as materials both produced and collected by three divisions of the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau: the Film Commission, Music Office, and Heritage Marketing.
Identification: AR.2004.027
Quantity: 8.5 linear feet (21 boxes, 5 banners, 1 poster)
Location: Archives Stacks, Oversized Archives
Language: The records are in English.
Repository: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, 810 Guadalupe, PO BOX 2287, Austin, TX 78768

Administrative History

The Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB) concerns itself with the promotion of Austin, Texas as a destination for trade and travel. The goal of the ACVB is to market Austin both nationally and internationally as a city with a one-of-a-kind culture. The ACVB engages in various projects and programs that promote Austin’s heritage, as well as its film and music scenes. Divisions of the ACVB have included Heritage Marketing, Convention Sales, Convention Services, Marketing Communications, Tourism Sales & Marketing, Sports Commission, Visitor Center, Film Commission, and Music Office. The Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau is also called the Austin CVB.

The ACVB has existed both as an independent nonprofit organization and a department within the city government. Its predecessor, the nonprofit Austin Convention and Visitor Bureau, Inc. (ACVB, Inc.), was established by the Austin City Council on November 20, 1986, with ordinance no. 861120-J. This organization was charged with developing tourism and convention activities within the city of Austin. The need for oversight and greater accountability led to the bureau being made a city department in August 1989. City Council ordinance no. 890824-F dissolved ACVB, Inc. and placed the organization’s duties with the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau Department and the Austin Convention and Visitors Commission. The Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau Department was merged with the Convention Center Department in 1991, in anticipation of the completion of the Austin Convention Center in 1992. The departments were separated in 1993.

The current organization, known as the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB) was created when the Austin City Council passed ordinance no. 960815-J on August 15, 1996, replacing the department. The bureau was made a nonprofit organization with the hope that separation from city management would make it more efficient and competitive. The Austin Convention and Visitors Commission was officially dissolved on July 3, 2006 with ordinance no. 20060622-015, when the ACVB assumed the activities of the Commission. The ACVB is funded by a portion of the hotel occupancy tax and is overseen by a board of directors. Of the many departments of the ACVB, the Film Commission, the Music Office, and Heritage Marketing are represented in this collection.

The Film Commission promotes Austin as a destination for both independent and large budget film shoots, commercials, television shows, music videos, and still photo-shoots. The office reviews submitted screenplays, suggests locations for the filmmakers to use, and provides services for film shoots. In addition, the department works with production companies, residents, business interests, and governmental entities.

The Heritage Marketing Department functioned as a separate department until it was absorbed into the collective Marketing Department during the 2010-2011 fiscal year. It promoted Austin as a tourism destination with a focus on the city’s historical and architectural features. Its programs included offering guided tours of three National Register Districts in Austin, permitting and controlling signs on Congress Avenue and East Sixth Street, awarding preservation grants, maintaining relationships with local history related groups, and sponsoring a Black History Month celebration.

The Music Office markets Austin as the Live Music Capital of the World and promotes local music to convention and meeting event planners. The Music Office maintains files on local musicians including biographies, press releases, and audiovisual materials. These files are used to promote Austin musicians to venues, bookers, and conventions. In addition, the Music Office acts as a go-between for musicians who are looking to book gigs with events in the city. The department also includes the Austin Music Commission, which is tasked with advising the Austin City Council on music development issues.


Scope and Contents

The Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau Records (1974-2005) consist of minutes, agendas, reports, notes, attendance lists, memoranda, screenplays, videocassettes, audio cassettes, photographs, pamphlets, clippings, programs, brochures, correspondence, photocopies of land titles, historical marker drawings, banners, flyers, and postcards documenting the activities of the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB). The materials present insight into the ACVB’s efforts to market Austin as a destination for travel and trade. The records date roughly from 1874-2005, with the bulk of the materials covering the period between 1970 and 1998. The collection is divided into three series: Heritage Marketing, Film Commission, and Music Office. Each series represents a distinct department and thus mirrors the organizational system used by the ACVB.

TheFilm Commission series contains screenplays and videocassettes. The Screenplays subseries includes 23 screenplays from films that were shot in Austin from 1976-1998, including Gilbert Grape, an early title for What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, and Courage Under Fire. The Video Collection subseries contains videocassettes from travel shows shot in and about Austin, videos highlighting the Austin music scene, and videos produced by the ACVB.

TheHeritage Marketing series includes pamphlets, clippings, correspondence, memoranda, photocopies of land titles, historical marker drawings, maps, programs, photographs, videocassettes, posters, and street banners. Materials in this series mostly date to the period between 1979 and 1989. The Algerene Craig Papers subseries contains correspondence, dedication programs, historical marker drawings, and meeting files collected by prominent member of the Travis County Historical Commission, Algerene Craig (1910-1996). Craig was the first black public school librarian in the southwest. After retirement she worked with the Travis County Historical Commission and the W. H. Passon Historical Society to place historical markers at local sites, especially those important to black history. It is unclear how her papers came to be collected by the Heritage Marketing department of the ACVB. The Collected Materials subseries consists of pamphlets, reports, photographs, patches, maps, videocassettes, and land titles gathered by the Heritage Marketing department of ACVB. Videos were both sent to ACVB by outside organizations and production companies for marketing and promotional purposes. The Distributed Materials subseries includes materials intended for publication or circulation by ACVB, including bookmarks, brochures, pamphlets, street banners, posters, and videocassettes.

TheMusic Office series contains records that focus on the activities of the Music Office and Austin Music Commission and makes up a bulk of the overall collection. The Administrative Files subseries contains annual reports, membership lists, parking placards, sound ordinances, funding proposals, and formal recommendations. The Meeting Files subseries makes up the bulk of the Music Office series and covers Austin Music Commission meetings from 1989-2003. These materials include notices of meeting, agendas, minutes, handwritten notes, annual reports, attendance lists, and memoranda. The Musician Files subseries contains press kits and memorabilia, including biographies, clippings, flyers, press releases, and video and audio cassettes, collected by the Music Office for over 350 local artists.


Arrangement

The collection is arranged into 3 series, and then further divided by subseries:
I. Film Commission
Screenplays
Video Collection
II. Heritage Marketing Division
Algerene Craig Papers
Collected Materials
Distributed Materials
III. Music Office
Administrative Files
Meeting Files
Musician Files

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use

The Austin History Center (AHC) is the owner of the physical materials in the AHC collections and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the AHC before any publication use. The AHC does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners. Consult repository for more details.


Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Persons:
Craig, Algerene, 1910-1996.
Organizations:
Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Austin (Tex.). Convention and Visitor Bureau, Inc.
Austin (Tex.) Convention and Visitors Commission.
Travis County Historical Commission.
Subjects:
Historic sites--Texas--Austin.
Motion picture industry -- Texas -- Austin.
Music--Texas--Austin.
Tourist trade--Texas--Austin.
Places:
Austin (Tex.).

Related Material

Austin Files


  • AF Biography - Craig, Algerene M. Akins
  • Convention & Visitors Bureau C7050
  • City Departments - Convention Center Department C4080 (2)

Periodicals


  • ACVB News
  • ACVB Highlights
  • ACVB Notes
  • Austin Calendar of Events
  • Dillo Talk
  • Insight: A Sneak Peak Into What the ACVB Is Up To
  • Mid-Month Report

General Collection


  • A 338.4791 Ci Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau. City of Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau Project. 1998.
  • A 338.4791 AU Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau. Revised FY 1989/90 Workplan, January 15, 1990-September 30, 1990. 1990
  • A 352.439 AUAU7A Austin (Tex.). Internal Auditing Dept. Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc. 1989.

Archives and Manuscript Collections


  • AR.2012.042 Austin (Tex.). Boards and Commissions. Austin Convention and Visitors Commission Records
  • AR. 2013.10 Austin (Tex.). Boards and Commissions. Austin Conference and Visitor Bureau, Inc. Records
  • AR 1994.081 Travis County Historical Commission Records


Separated Material

The following books by Ada DeBlanc Simond were deaccessioned as copies already exist in the General Collection (A 813.54 SI AA): Let’s Pretend: Mae Dee and Her Family in the Merry Merry Season,; Let’s Pretend: Mae Dee and Her Family on A Weekend in May; Let’s Pretend: Mae Dee and Her Family Go to Town.


Administrative Information

Custodial History

Material is this collection was received in multiple donations made by the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau and several members, including Wendy Morgan, Colby Dunagan, Marian Augustine, Ed VanDeVort, and Rose Reyes.

Preferred Citation

Austin (Tex.). Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau Records (AR.2004.027). Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Donor #: DO/2002/043

Donation Date: 2004, 2007, 2008,2012

Processing Information

Finding aid created and encoded by Lauren Gaylord, Nathaniel Hutcheson, and Stephanie Lopez in 2014.


Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Film Commission, 1976-2003, undated

Screenplays, 1976-2003, undated
Box Folder
1 1 A Slipping-Down Life, undated
2 Beyond the Golden Gate, 1988
3 Blank Check, 1993
4 Cheer Up, 2003
5 Courage Under Fire, 1995
6 Dead Beat, undated
7 Deadly Blessing, 1991
8 EvenHand, 1998
Box Folder
2 1 Flesh and Bone, 1992
2 Gideon Oliver "Kennonite", 1989
3 Gilbert Grape, 1992
4 Honeysuckle Rose, 1979
5 Love and a .45, 1993
6 Murder Rap, 1986
7 Outlaw Blues, 1976
8 The Ringer, 2003
Box Folder
3 1 Roadie, undated
2 Scary Movie, 1989
3 Songwriter, 1983
4 Splatter, 1983
5 True Women, 1996
Video Collection, 1996-2001, undated
Box
3 A&E Top 10 Cities to Have It All, 1996
Austin, Es Pura Diversion, 2000
Austin: It’s Music to Your Ears, undated
Box
4 Austin Live Music Capital of the World, 2000
Austin’s Point of View, undated
High Tech High Touch, 1997
Larry Mahan Boots, 1997
Natural World ‘Top Bats’, undated
Perfect Partner Episode 48, undated
Reiselust - Texas, 2001
The Story of Texas Music, 2000
Tourism, undated
Tourism, undated
The Tourist Episode 30 Austin, Texas, 2001
TV Frames Austin, undated
Vox Tours, 2000



II. Heritage Marketing, 1874-2004, undated

Algerene Craig Papers, 1937-1993, undated
Box Folder
5 1 Assorted Materials, 1973-1991, undated
2 Black History Materials, 1977, 1991
3 Booklets, 1959, 1970, undated
4 Church Narratives, undated
5 Community Items, 1937-1993
6 Isaac Craig, 1990
7 History Appreciation Week, 1977
8 History Appreciation Week, 1981-1984
9 Project - Carver Library and Museum, 1977-1983, undated
10 Project - Ebenezer (Third) Baptist Church, 1975-1976
11 Project - Four Texas Governors, 1975-1976
12 Project - Jacob Fontaine, 1983-1987, undated
13 Project - Southgate-Lewis House, 1989
14 Project - Thompson House, 1977-1984
15 Projects - Assorted, 1969-1986, undated
16 Projects - Assorted Churches, 1975-1984, undated
17 Projects - Assorted People, 1976-1987, undated
18 Travis County Historical Commission General Materials, 1976-1989
Box Folder
6 1 W.H. Passon Historical Society, 1984, undated
Collected Materials, 1874-2004, undated
Box Folder
6 2 Assorted Materials, 1974-2004, undated
3 Austin Metropolitan Area Planning Booklets, 1988, 1992, 1994
4 Barton Creek Watershed Maps, undated
5-6 Bremond Block Historic District Land Title Photocopies, 1874-1959
7 Congress Avenue Photographs, 1881, 1924, undated
8 Fort Lancaster Preservation Plan and Program, 1976
9 Fort Richardson Preservation Plan and Program, 1975
10 Hancock Neighborhood Book, 1999
11 Research Aids, 1977, undated
12 USS Austin, undated
Box
7 Video - 2/5/99 News Coverage of Tuskeegee Airman Tribute, 1999
Video - 5/31/98 Keye 5:30PM News re: Moonlight Towers, 1998
Video - Austin - The Texas Legend Lives, undated
Video - Austin - The Texas Legend Lives, undated
Video - Crazy about Genealogy, 1993
Video - Hornsby Cemetery Dedication, 2002
Video - Mayfield Park, undated
Video - "Miss Ney" The Elisabet Ney Museum, undated
Video - Pioneer Farm "Development Video", undated
Video - Preserving Our Past - Building Our Future, 1999
Distributed Materials, 1988-2004, undated
Box Folder
8 1 "A Neighborhood in Black and White": Brackenridge Remembered, 1998
2 Bookmarks, 1989-2004, undated
3 Brochures, 1989-2004, undated
4 Historic Site Photographs, undated
5 Walk of the Town Cassettes, 1988-1989
Location Rolled
qAR 01/005 Banner - Austin - Live Music Capital of the World Street, undated
01/004 Banner - Historic 6th St. Street, undated
01/002 Banner - Image of Capital Street, undated
01/001 Banner - Moonlight Towers Street, undated
01/003 Banner - Stephen F. Austin Street, undated
01/17/008 Poster - Texas Writer's Month O'Henry May 1997 Poster, 1997



III. Music Office, 1968-2005, undated

Administrative Files, 1990-2003, undated
Box Folder
8 6 Austin Music Commission 1990 Annual Report, 1990
7 Austin Music Commission 1991 Annual Report, 1991
8 Austin Music Commission 1992 Annual Report, 1992
9 Austin Music Commission 1993 Annual Report, 1993
10 Austin Music Commission 1994 Annual Report, 1993-1994
11 Austin Music Commission 1995 Annual Report, 1996
12 Austin Music Commission 1996/1997 Work Plan, 1993-1997
13 Austin Music Commission Boards Subsidiary, 1996-1997
14 Austin Music Commission Membership, 1997, undated
15 Commercial Service Zone Placards, 1992, undated
Box Folder
9 1 Friendly to Live Music Committee, 1988-1993, undated
2 Funding Proposals, 1990-1999, undated
3 Music Channel, 1990-1992, undated
4 Music Economic Impact Study, 2001
5 Music Loan Program, 1988-1997, undated
6 Sixth Street Issues, 1990-1997, undated
7 Sound Ordinance, 2003
Meeting Files, 1989-2003
Box Folder
9 8 Austin Music Commission, 1989
9 Austin Music Commission, 1990
10 Austin Music Commission, 1991
11 Austin Music Commission, 1993
12 Austin Music Commission May 10, 1994 Meeting, 1994
13 Austin Music Commission June 14, 1994 Meeting, 1994
14 Austin Music Commission July 12, 1994 Meeting, 1994
15 Austin Music Commission August 9, 1994 Meeting, 1994
16 Austin Music Commission September 13, 1994 Meeting, 1994
17 Austin Music Commission October 11, 1994, 1994
18 Austin Music Commission November 8, 1994 Meeting, 1994
Box Folder
10 1 Austin Music Commission December 13, 1994 Meeting, 1994
2-3 Austin Music Commission, 1994
4 Austin Music Commission January 10, 1995 Meeting, 1995
5 Austin Music Commission February 14, 1995 Meeting, 1995
6 Austin Music Commission March 14, 1995 Meeting, 1995
7 Austin Music Commission April 11, 1995 Meeting, 1995
8 Austin Music Commission May 9, 1995 Meeting, 1995
9 Austin Music Commission June 13, 1995 Meeting, 1995
10 Austin Music Commission August 8, 1995 Meeting, 1995
11 Austin Music Commission September 12, 1995 Meeting, 1995
12 Austin Music Commission October 10, 1995 Meeting, 1995
13 Austin Music Commission November 14, 1995 Meeting, 1995
14 Austin Music Commission December 12, 1995 Meeting, 1995
15-16 Austin Music Commission, 1995
Box Folder
11 1 Austin Music Commission January 9, 1996 Meeting, 1996
2 Austin Music Commission February 13, 1996 Meeting, 1996
3 Austin Music Commission March 12, 1996 Meeting, 1996
4 Austin Music Commission April 9, 1996 Meeting, 1996
5 Austin Music Commission April 24, 1996 Meeting, 1996
6 Austin Music Commission May 14, 1996 Meeting, 1996
7 Austin Music Commission June 11, 1996 Meeting, 1996
8 Austin Music Commission July 9, 1996 Meeting, 1996
9 Austin Music Commission August 13, 1996 Meeting, 1996
10 Austin Music Commission September 10, 1996 Meeting, 1996
11 Austin Music Commission September 17, 1996 Meeting, 1996
12 Austin Music Commission October 8, 1996 Meeting, 1996
13 Austin Music Commission November 12, 1996 Meeting, 1996
14 Austin Music Commission December 10, 1996 Meeting, 1996
15 Austin Music Commission, 1996
16 Austin Music Commission January 14, 1997 Meeting, 1997
17 Austin Music Commission February 11, 1997 Meeting, 1997
18 Austin Music Commission March 11, 1997 Meeting, 1997
19 Austin Music Commission April 8, 1997 Meeting, 1997
20 Austin Music Commission May 13, 1997 Meeting, 1997
21 Austin Music Commission June 10, 1997 Meeting, 1997
22 Austin Music Commission June 23, 1997 Meeting, 1997
23 Austin Music Commission July 8, 1997 Meeting, 1997
24 Austin Music Commission August 12, 1997 Meeting, 1997
25 Austin Music Commission September 9, 1997 Meeting, 1997
26 Austin Music Commission October 14, 1997 Meeting, 1997
27 Music Commission Austin Music Network Committee November 17, 1997 Meeting, 1997
28 Austin Music Commission December 9, 1997 Meeting, 1997
29 Austin Music Commission January 13, 1998 Meeting, 1998
30 Austin Music Commission Febraury 10, 1998 Meeting, 1998
31 Austin Music Commission February 18, 1998 Meeting, 1998
Box Folder
12 1 Austin Music Commission Meeting, 1998
2 Austin Music Commission Meeting, 1999
3 Austin Music Commission Meeting, 2000
4 Austin Music Commission Meeting, 2001
5 Austin Music Commission Meeting, 2002
6 Austin Music Commission Meeting, 2003
Musician Files, 1970-2005, undated
Box Folder
12 7 50 Mission Crush, 1997-1999
8 1001 Nights Orchestra, undated
9 A Class Act, 1994-1999
10 A Town Wags, 1999
11 Accordionists, 2001
12 Albert and Gage, 1991-1996
13 J.P. Allen, 1994-2001
14 Tehiya Amet, 2000
15 Archie Bell and the Drells, undated
16 Asleep at the Wheel, 1970-1999
17 Assorted Materials, 2001, undated
Box Folder
13 1 Leeann Atherton, 1998
2 The Atlantics, 1998-1999
3 Courtney Audain, 1995
4 Austin Boys Choir, 1986-2000
5 Austin Chamber Soloists, 1997-2000
6 Austin Jazz Workshop, 1994
7 Joe Austin, 1999
8 Austin Lounge Lizards, 1985-1999
9 Austin Lyric Opera, 2000
10 Austin Musical Theatre, 1996-2001
11 Austin Rockafellas, 1978-1995
12 Austin Symphony, 1997-1999
13 Erich Avinger, 2000
14 Bakin' Brownies, 2002-2004
15 Earl Poole Ball, 2001
16 Marcia Ball, 1983-1995
17 Martin Banks, undated
18 R.C. Banks, 2000-2001
19 Barkers, 1999
20 Bedbug, 2001
21 The Bellfuries, 2000
22 The Bells of Joy, undated
23 Pete Benz, 1998-1999
24 Beto y Los Fairlanes, 1994
25 Anand Bhatt, undated
26 Sue Bilich, 2001
27 Tim Birchard, undated
28 The Biscuit Brothers, 2004
29 Bonnie Bishop, 2003
30 Bk & Mr. E, undated
31 Black Smith Hopkins, 1999
32 Blink Luck, undated
33 Blue Mist, 1978-1999
34 The Blues Crawlers, 1997
Box Folder
14 1 Blues Specialists, 1999
2 Ponty Bone, 1999
3 Libbi Bosworth, 1996-2000
4 Boxcar Preachers, undated
5 David Greenfield Bowie, 1989-2000
6 Bobby Boyd, undated
7 Danny Britt, 2001
8 Brobdingnagian Bards, 1999-2001
9 Chris Browder, undated
10 Junior Brown, 1990-1998
11 Ron Brown, 1999
12 Joe and Tree Brunelle, 2001
13 Stephen Bruton, 1999
14 Bryan Thymand and The Time Machine, undated
15 Byrd and Street, undated
16 C'est La Vie, 1992-1997
17 Jean Caffeine, undated
18 Aaron T. Calhoun, 1998
19 Melissa Calusio, 1999
20 Troy Young Campbell, undated
21 Tony Campise, undated
22 Caribe! Caribe!, 1995
23 Carl Settles Trio, 1995
24 Adam Carroll, 1999-2000
25 Clover and Rachel Carroll, 2001
26 Cerronato, 2002
27 Jason Chaffee, undated
28 Hugh Chandler, undated
29 Chorus Austin, 1999
30 The Cinco Gringos, undated
31 W.C. Clark, undated
32 Classical Guitar Live, 2003
33 Christy Claxton, undated
34 Slaid Cleaves, 1997-2000
35 Wendy Colonna, 2005
36 Cooper's Uncle, undated
37 Correo Aereo, 2000
38 Cosmic Cowboys, 2001
39 Cory Cox, undated
40 Creative Opportunity Orchestra, 1983-1999
Box Folder
15 1 CreOp Muse, 2001
2 Curiously Strong, undated
3 Tim Curry, undated
4 Dangerous Hearts, undated
5 Dario y Su Comborican, 1999
6 Patty David, undated
7 Jesse Dayton, undated
8 Darcy Deaville, 1997-1998
9 Debra Peters and the Love Saints, 1993
10 Billy Dee, 2003
11 Johny (J.D.) Degollado, 1998
12 Bianca DeLeon, 2001-2007
13 The Derailers, 1999-2001
14 Lauren Dillon, 1998
15 Dimestore Poets, 1996-2003
16 Doc Toler Band, undated
17 Double Trouble, 1983-2001
18 Double-O Soul, 2001
19 Dr. Zog, undated
20 Dreamtrybe, 1991-2001
21 David Ducharme-Jones, 2004
22 The Eggmen, undated
23 El Michael & the Moving Blues, undated
24 The El Orbits, undated
25 Eli Young Band, undated
26 The Elision Saxophone Quartet, 2002
27 Elizabeth McQueen and the Firebrands, undated
28 Jon Emery, undated
29 Dickie Lee Erwin, undated
30 Evil's Good Time Sounds, undated
31 The Fabtones, 1999
Box Folder
16 1 J.D. Faron, 1974-2001
2 Fast Lane, 2003
3 Cherilyn Fielding, undated
4 Paul Finley, 2002
5 Fiyehead, 1994-2001
6 Ruthie Foster, 2002-2003
7 Michael Fracasso, 1999
8 Laurie Freelove, 1996
9 Funky Brass Factory, undated
10 Dave Jurgenson, 2004
11 G Fire, undated
12 Cheryl Gallagher, 1999
13 The Geezinslaws, 1996-1997
14 Ghandaia, 2003
15 Eliza Gilkyson, 1999-2005
16 Jimmie Dale Gilmore, 2000
17 The Gimbles, undated
18 Ginger and Sarah, undated
19 Sarah Glynn, 2005
20 Gnappy, 2001
21 Pat Green, undated
22 The Greencards, 2003
23 Greyt White, undated
24 Jennifer Griffis, 2005
25 Nanci Griffith, 1997-1998
26 Juan Gutierrez, 2001
27 The Gypsies, undated
28 HairyApesBMX, 1999
29 Doug Hall, 2001-2002
30 Aaron Hamre, undated
31 Butch Hancock, 1999
32 Wayne Hancock, 1999
33 Jack Harper, 1999
34 The Harris and Ryden Band, undated
35 Tony Harrison, undated
36 Elias Haslanger, 1998
37 Rodney Hayden, 1998-2000
38 Lisa Hayes, 2004
39 Heart of Texas Chorus, undated
40 Terri Hendrix, undated
41 Heralds & Minstrels, undated
42 Caroline Herring, undated
43 Sara Hickman, undated
44 Kevin Higgins, 1999
45 Tish Hinojisa, 1996-1997
46 Matthew Hinsley, 2003-2004
Box Folder
17 1 Hip Hop, 2001, undated
2 Mike Hogan, 2003
3 Todd Hoke, 2000
4 Floramay Holliday, 1999-2000
5 Honky Donkey, 2000
6 The Hot Club of Cowtown, 1998-1999
7 Hot Wax, undated
8 Hotcakes, 2000
9 Ray Wylie Hubbard, 1998
10 The Hudsons, 2005
11 Ian McLagan & the Bump Band, 1998-2000
12 Illcamino, undated
13 Inside Out, 1998
14 Instant Replay, 2004
15 Intergalactic Nemesis, 1993-2005
16 Jaha, 2000
17 Steve James, undated
18 Nicole Janson, undated
19 The Jelly Dots, undated
20 Jengurl, 1995-1999
21 Jody Jenkins, undated
22 Matt Jeske, undated
23 Jet Set Zydeco, 1999
24 Jevette, 2003
25 Jim Duran and Dizzy Lizard, undated
26 Jim Stringer and the AM Band, 1999
27 Jive Bombers, 1998
28 Syl Johnson, undated
29 The Jon Barry Project, undated
30 Kalee Drive, undated
31 Marcus David Kennedy, undated
32 Shelly King, undated
33 Libby Kirkpatrick, undated
34 Kitty Gordon, 1999
Box Folder
18 1 La Pastorella, 2005
2 Jimmy LaFaye, 1990-1999
3 Laughing Stock, 1987-2001
4 Lazy Lester, undated
5 Lee Edwards Group, undated
6 Gina Lee, undated
7 The LeRoi Brothers, 2000
8 Colin Leyden, undated
9 Tucker Livingston, undated
10 The Liz Morphis Band, undated
11 Brigitte London, undated
12 Longtime Comin, undated
13 Los Jokers, 2004
14 Lost John Casner, 2002
15 Justin Love, 2005
16 Rachel Loy, 2003
17 The Loy Sisters Band, 1999
18 The Lucky Strikes, 1998-1999
19 Lucky Tomblin Band, 2005
20 Robyn Ludwick, 2005
21 Houston Marchman, 1999
22 Bex Marshall, 2004
23 D.B. Martin, 1997
24 Masonic, 2001
25 Maximum Coherence During Flying, 1999
26 Pete Mayes, undated
27 Kelly McGuire, 1999-2002
28 Jame McMurtry, 1997-1999
29 Mike Barfield and the Hollisters, undated
30 Monte Montgomery, 1198-1999
31 Ian Moore, 1999
32 The Move, undated
33 Rick Muir, 2005
34 The Mundi Ensemble, 2001
35 Trish Murphy, 1996-1999
36 Murry Woods and Tangled Blue, 1996-1999
37 Beaver Nelson, 1998-2000
38 Pete Neyland, 1993-2002
39 The Nonchalants, 1996-1998
40 Gary P. Nunn, undated
41 Ojala, undated
42 Luke Olson, undated
43 Raquel Orsini, 2002
44 Tom Oyans, 2001-2003
45 Panic Choir, 2001
46 Parade, 2002
47 Patti McLean and Crash! Bam! Boom!, 1994-2003
48 The Pictures, 1998-2000
49 Jo Carol Pierce, 1992-1997
50 Sarah Pierce, 2001
51 J.J. Plasencio, undated
52 Maryann Price, 1997-1999
53 Toni Price, 1999
Box Folder
19 1 Gary Primich, undated
2 Penny Jo Pullus, undated
3 Punchy, 2000
4 Quatropaw, 2001
5 Rajamani, 2004
6 Ruben Ramos, 1995
7 Ravi, undated
8 Reckless Kelly, 1999-2003
9 Bo Reynolds, 1999
10 Kimmie Rhodes, undated
11 Rythm House, 1999
12 Bruce Robinson, 1999
13 Mike Rosenthal, 1999
14 Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes, 2000
15 Calvin Russell, 2002
16 Shake Russell, undated
17 Mando Saenz, 2005
18 Salvador, 1999-2002
19 Sandblasters, undated
20 Danny Santos, 1993-2001
21 Rusty Schramm, 1993-2001
22 Schrodinger's Cat, 1999-2001
23 Sensual Soul, undated
24 Shade, 2000-2001
25 Shades of Pearl, 1996-1999
26 Shakin' Apostles, 2004
27 Sharp Dressed Men, 2004
28 Susanna Sharp, 2002
29 Shiva's Headband, 1992
30 The Sir Finks, 2000
Box Folder
20 1 The Sleepwalkers, 2003
2 Darden Smith, 1987-1999
3 Kevin Smith, 1999-2000
4 Something Johnson, 1999-2002
5 Soul Circus, 1999
6 Soul Masquerade, 2000-2002
7 Soul Session, undated
8 The Soul Stingers, 2001
9 South Austin Gospel Choir, undated
10 South Austin Jug Band, 2002
11 Stars Over Texas, undated
12 Herb Steiner, undated
13 Marshall Styler, undated
14 Jean Snyodinos, 2003
15 Take 5, undated
16 Jeff Talmadge, 1999-2000
17 Abi Tapia, 2001
18 Stephen Taylor, undated
19 Texana Dames, 1997
20 The Texas Saints, undated
21 Therapy Sisters, 1999
22 Third Language, undated
23 Toby Anderson Band, undated
24 Tosca, 1998
25 Lonnie Trevino Jr., undated
26 Tribal Nation, 2000
27 Troy Dillinger and Del Dragons, 1998
28 Tunji, 1998-1999
29 Two High String Band, undated
30 Two Tons of Steel Style, 2005
31 Karen Tyler, 1999
32 Ultra Sound, undated
33 Unified Tribe, undated
34 United Space, undated
35 Vallejo, 2000
36 Jacque Vilmain, 1999
37 Hayden Vitera, undated
38 Patricia Vonne, 2001
39 Jerry Jeff Walker, 2001
40 Seth Walker, undated
41 Roger Wallace, 2002
42 Don Walser, 1994-2000
43 Walter White Trio, 2005
44 Heath Whitehead, 1999
45 Whitestone, undated
Box Folder
21 1 Widening Gyre, 2000
2 Will Taylor & Strings Attached, 2005
3 Beth Williams, undated
4 Billy Wilson, 2005
5 Jonas Wilson, 1998-1999
6 Wine, Wine, Wine, undated
7 Marci Winters, 1997
8 Billy Wolfe, 2000
9 K.R. Wood, 1986-2000
10 Deb Yager, 1997-2000
11 Sue Young, 1999
12 Natalie Zoe, undated