Austin History Center

Austin Press Records

An Inventory of the Collection



Overview of the Collection

Creator: Austin Press
Title: Austin Press Records
Inclusive Dates: 1978-1982
Abstract: The Austin Press was a weekly independent newspaper in Austin, Texas in operation from 1981-1982. The Austin Press Records document the short life of the newspaper. The collection consists of administrative files such as correspondence, subscription lists, expense reports, and resumes; reporters’ notebooks and editorial production documents; subject files; and photographs documenting Austin and Travis County areas, landmarks, and individuals.
Identification: AR.U.003
Quantity: 4.8 linear feet (12 boxes)
Location: Archives Stacks
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 Press was a weekly independent newspaper in Austin, Texas in operation from 1981-1982. Founded in 1981 by publisher Garry W. Entress, it was a new alternative paper after the failure of the Austin Citizen newspaper. Entress felt that the former newspaper may not have reflected the attitudes of a rapidly changing community, and lacked appeal to all segments of the city.

Entress said of the Austin Citizen’s demise, “Nobody, especially those of us in the newspaper business, likes to see [a] paper die. It diminishes all of us when a viable channel for information and the discussion of public issues ceases to exist. It creates a vacuum in people’s ability to know what’s happening in the world around them. Austin is such a sophisticated, evolving marketplace that anyone in communication must work hard to give the public what it wants and needs. The Austin Press is committed to just that. We feel in several weeks of publishing, we have already established a reputation for good, aggressive reporting and writing, free from influence from special interests. Entress felt that the Austin Press provided residents with more than just an alternative to the major daily newspaper, the Austin American-Statesman; rather he believed many people were reading both papers to give them a comprehensive look at events unavailable from one source.

The Austin Press published its first edition Sept. 23, 1981 through Hancock Press, and had a short run of less than one year. The newspaper ceased publishing in May 1982. The newspaper’s articles were split between original content written by staff concerning local Austin news and events, as well as reprints of articles from national newspapers, including the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Washington Post. These reprints often featured national columnists, such as film reviewer Rex Reed and humorist Andy Rooney.

Local staff writers for the Austin Press included long-time Austin newsman, TV host, and author Winston Bode; Carin Pratt; Kim McCormick; business writer Karen-Ann Broe; David Chapin; John Havens; Joanna London; Stephen Morgan; Special Reporter Kevin Phinney; and Financial Editor Leslie Whitaker. The paper’s sections included financial news and advice, entertainment listings and reviews, political commentary, letters to the editor, and opinion pieces. The political bent of the paper skewed left/liberal.


Scope and Content

The Austin Press Records document newsworthy events, people, and places of Austin and Travis County with administrative records, reporters’ notebooks, editorial production documents, subject files, and photographs from 1978-1982.

Series I. Administrative Files documents the day-to-day running of the newspaper including original circulation records, correspondence, resumes, and subscription lists, from 1981-1982. The circulation records comprise statistical data listing businesses that sold the newspaper and the amount of revenue from each business that circulated the paper on a weekly basis. The correspondence in this series includes letters from the Austin Press’s editor and publisher Garry W. Entress to the newspaper’s employees, as well as to external institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin Libraries offering issues of the newspaper. It also contains a few letters sent to Entress such as ones regarding a suggestion to improve the Austin Press, a donation made by the newspaper to support Laguna Gloria Art Museum, and membership in the Austin Chamber of Commerce. Subscriptions lists consist of computer printouts of individual subscribers. The resumes of job applicants to The Austin Press encompass detailed information about these candidates, their competencies, skills, and experiences.

Series II. Reporters’ Notebooks contains working notes such as interviews, article notes, and miscellaneous jottings. Most of them are labeled with the writer’s name on the front cover including Austin Press’s Editor and Publisher Garry W. Entress, writers such as Lloyd Doggett, John Havens, Karen-Ann Broe, and Ralf Cousins.

Series III. Subject Files is the largest series in the collection. It is comprised mainly of research materials collected by the newspaper’s reporters, such as press releases and a few photographs, as well as some article drafts. The topics run the gamut of local Austin civic issues between 1981 and 1982, including employment in Austin, Austin tourism, the Motorola plant/Barton Creek protest, and the Ban the Dump protest. The Travis County Jail lawsuit and 1981 riot is particularly well documented and contains a full overview of the case through drafts of articles and notes written by staff writer Kim McCormick. Also included in this series are files on politics and elections spanning from general elections and county government, to federal and state district court research.

The Subject Files also contain information pertinent to infrastructure of the Austin community. Included are files on fair housing, HUD, and county redistricting and re-modeling. There is information about the 1982 Barton Creek lawsuit (following the discovery of a chemical in Barton Springs water samples), as well as research concerning the extension of MoPac Boulevard. Community and neighborhood associations such as Quality Austin, an Austin citizens’ group, and the Downtown Revitalization Task Force make up a significant portion of the research material. The 1980 development of the Rainey area site by the Austin Planning Department is represented through reports and notes. Information about Austin’s interest in green energy resources is also found in The Coalition for Economical Energy’s October 1981 General Purpose Committee’s Sworn Statement of Contributions and Expenditures, Central TX Energy Association, and the June 1982 Houston Solar Energy Conference.

Lastly, notes and research about small businesses in Austin are available in the Subject Files. Good examples are the materials concerning the Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce, Texas Instruments, and Schlotsky’s sandwich shop, including an interview with Doug Thomas, the owner, as well as a factsheet and a copy of the 1980 Texas Business magazine article, “Schlotsky’s: No Longer a Hole in the Wall.”

Series IV. Editorial Production Files contains an unorganized mix of edited typescripts of the newspaper’s articles, local business and organizational press releases, the Austin Press editorial stylesheet, interview transcripts, and production notes. Staff writers whose work is found in this series include Kim McCormick, Karen-Ann Broe, Leslie Whitaker, and Kevin Phinney. Many of the topics mentioned in the Subject Files research find their mate in an article in these files. Kim McCormick’s 1981 article on Judge Lowry and Councilmember Ron Mullen appears here, detailing the favorable order that the judge gives to the councilmember. Also present is information regarding protests and community actions, elections, and political endorsements. For example, there is a fall 1981 article regarding C.U.R.E. - Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants. Letters to the Editor in this series reveal opinions of Austin's politically vibrant and non-conformist constituents.

The Editorial Production Files also include some press releases, interviews, and notes interspersed among the article drafts. These materials were used as the basis of news articles, event and meeting announcements, and the general calendar listings, along with the popular “On the Town” entertainment listings section, which features prominently in this series. The press releases cover various Austin institutions and groups in the early 1980s: The University of Texas at Austin, Huston-Tillotson College, City of Austin Public Works Department, the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Texas Mobilization for Survival - Bread Not Bombs protest, Travis County Republican Party, and the Paramount Theater.

In addition to the article drafts and the press releases, there are handwritten notes, interview transcripts, corrections, advertising rate letters, and other documents such as the Austin Press editorial style sheet and masthead that supplement the information provided by the bulk of this series. Austin American-Statesman newspaper clippings and UT sports game scoring sheets and calls are also included in this series.

The last series, Series V. Photographs, consists of 244 photos documenting people, places, and events in Austin. The majority of the photographs are black-and-white but a few are color and all are a variety of sizes up to 8x10 inches. The photographs include both formal portraits and candid photographs. Most of the photographs were taken by staff photographers Marcus Young and Kevin Geil, but there are also some photographs that were purchased from studios or independent photographers.

Notable individuals featured in the photographs series include Mayor Carole McClellan; Judge Joe Dibrell; Tracor executives Marcel E. Gres and Frank McBee; Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce tourism director Richard Roland; Dennis Dobson of Austin National Bank; local actress Shannon Sedwick; and politicians such as Sarah Weddington and Jake Pickle. The Photographs series also documents areas within the geographical limits of Travis County and the City of Austin. Included are photographs of roads including Lamar Boulevard and Mopac Express Highway; landmarks and amenities such as Lake Travis, Town Lake, the Hike and Bike Trail, Barton Creek, the University of Texas Tower, and Palmer Auditorium; as well as businesses and buildings such as the Texas Employment Commission, Texas Commerce Bank, First Texas Bank, Travis County Jail, the Texas Capitol, the Balcones Research Center, and the Bradford Hotel. A number of stage productions are also documented as well as events such as elections and protests. Listed at the end of the series are some unidentified images as well as unnumbered black-and-white negatives, some of which correspond to some of the prints.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged into five series:
  • Series I. Administrative Files
  • Series II. Reporters’ Notebooks
  • Series III. Subject Files
  • Series IV. Editorial Production Files
  • Series V. Photographs
Folders under each series are arranged alphabetically. Original folder titles were maintained. In the photographs series, photos were assigned ID numbers in original order and are physically organized numerically, but are presented in the folder list alphabetically with ID numbers in parentheses.

Restrictions

Restriction 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

Persons:
Broe, Karen-Ann.
Cousins, Ralf.
Dibrell, Joe (Judge).
Doggett, Lloyd.
Entress, Garry W.
Havens, John.
Organizations:
Austin Press.
Subjects:
County Government--Texas.
Elections.
Discrimination in Housing.
Newspaper publishing.
Ordinances, Municipal.
Places:
Barton Creek.
Congress Avenue (Austin, Tex.).
Hike and Bike Trails.
Lake Travis.
MoPac Expressway.
Municipal Airport.
Palmer Auditorium.
Travis County Jail.
University of Texas at Austin.
Document Types:
Administrative records.
Advertising records.
Black-and-white negatives.
Black-and-white photographs.
Business correspondence.
Clippings.
Color photographs.
Drafts.
Financial records.
Notes.
Subject files.
Writings.

Related Materials

Austin Files – Subject


  • Newspapers – General N2400
  • Newspapers – Austin Press N2400(40)

Austin Files – Biography


  • Bode, Winston
  • Doggett, Lloyd

Periodicals


  • Austin Citizen
  • Austin Press


Administrative Information

Custodial History

This collection was donated by editor Garry N. Entress.

Preferred Citation

Austin Press Records (AR.U.003). Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Donor #: DO/1989/009

Donation Date: 1982; 3/24/1989

Donation Date: 1982; 3/24/1989

Finding aid created and encoded by Sakena Alalawi and Angela Perkins in 2016.


Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Administrative Files, 1981-1982

Box Folder
1 1 Circulation Originals, 23 September - 30 December, 1981
2 Circulation Originals, 20 January - 24 March 1982
3 Correspondence, 1981-1982
4-5 Resumes, April 1982
6-7 Subscription Lists, 23 September 1981 - 19 January 1982



II. Reporters’ Notebooks, 1980-1982, undated

Box Folder
2 1-3 Broe, Karen-Ann, 2 March - 27 April 1982, undated
4 Cousins, Ralf, undated
5 Doggett, Lloyd, undated
6 Entress, Garry W., 29 December 1980
7-10 Havens, John, undated
Box Folder
3 1-2 Unidentified, undated



III. Subject Files, 1978-1982

Box Folder
3 3 Amdro Fire Ant Yard Treatment, December 1981
4 Austin Cablevision, 1981-1982
5 Austin Community College, 1981-1982
6 Austin Independent School District (AISD), 1981
7 Austin Tenant’s Council, September-October 1981
8 Ban the Dump – Waste Management, undated
9 Barton Creek, 1982
10 Barton Creek Lawsuit, 1981
11 Boyce Rommel, Lloyd Chris Walker, September 1981
12 Brackenridge Hospital - debt collection, 1981
13 Bureau of Business Research, University of Texas at Austin, undated
14 Candidates, Judges, 1982
15 Capital Cable Company, 1980
16 Capitol (Texas, ) 1981
17 Carbomedics, 1979-1981
18 Central Texas Energy Association, undated
19 Child abuse, 1981
20 Child care, 1981
21 City Budget, 1981
22 City Manager, 1981
23 Civil Suits (State), 1981
24 Clarksville, 1978-1979
25 Coalition for Economical Energy, October 1981
Box Folder
4 1 Comptroller, 1982
2 Condo story, 1982
3 County Commissioner - Precinct 3 Race, 1982
4 County government, 1981
5 County redistricting and tax rate, 1981
6 County remodeling, 1982
7 County subdivisions, 1980-1981
8 Datapoint Corporation, 1981
9 Davis, Carolyn “Katy” murder, 1981
10 Democratic Party, 1981-1982
11 Developments, 1982
12 Docket Sheets - State District Courts, December 1982
13 Downtown Revitalization Task Force, 1982
14 Earle, Ronald, District Attorney, 1981
15 Elections, May-August 1981
16 Elections, November 1982
17 Ellison, Rickey - murder trial, 1981
18 Environment (general), 1981
19 Executive recruiting, 1981
20 Fair Housing – Housing and Urban Development (HUD), 1981
21 Fair Housing election, 1982
22 Federal Courts - Grand Jury, 1981
23 Flood – Memorial Day, May 1981
Box Folder
5 1 Future employment in Austin, 1982
2 Governor’s race, 1982
3 Green, Archie Nelson – Handless Man Case, 1981
4 Height limitations zoning ordinance, 1982
5 Hotels - Austin, undated
6 Houston Solar Energy Conference, June 1982
7 Indictments, undated
8 Internal Revenue Service, 1981
9 Johnson, Lee Otis, 1981
10 Jones, Larry vs. Travis County (A80-CA-510), 1981
11 Kuhn, Bob - bribery trial, October 1981
12 Landscape ordinance, 1981-1982
13 Live Oak Fund, 1981-1982
14 Martin, Mike, 1981-1982
15-16 Massage parlor ordinance, 1980-1981
17 Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce, 1981
Box Folder
6 1 MoPac (Loop 1), 1982
2 Motorola, 1981
3 Neighborhood Associations, 1982
4 North Austin Growth Corridor Expansion – Municipal Utility District, 1982
5 Nuclear Arms Freeze Initiative, 1981-1982
6 O’Hair, Madalyn Murray - Lawsuit, 1981
7 Occupational safety, 1974-1981
8 Office space, undated
9 Open Meetings - Lawsuit clips, 1981
10 Precinct 5 Constable, 1982
11 Probation, Texas Adult Probation Commission, 1981
12 Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (PATCO), undated
13 Quality Austin, 1982
14 Rainey area development, 1980
15 Restaurants, undated
16 Ruiz Prison Suit (State), 1981
17 Rust Properties, 1982
18 Samuelson, David – Travis County Commissioner, Precinct I, 1980-1981
19 San Antonio/Austin Corridor Forum, April 1982
20 Schlotsky’s, undated
21 Shuler, David, 1981
22 Small businesses, 1981-1982
23 South Texas Nuclear Project (STNP), 1981-1982
Box Folder
7 1 South Texas Nuclear Project (STNP) - Lignite, 1981
2 South Texas Nuclear Project (STNP) - Votes, 1981
3 Southern Union Gas Company, 1982
4 Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1980-1982
5 State District Court, Criminal Records, 1981
6 State District Court (Civil), 1981
7 State Water Fund - Consultation Amendment, 1981
8 Success development concepts, undated
9 Supreme Court of Texas, 1982
10 Tandem Computer, 1981
11 Texas Bingo Enabling Act, 1982
12 Texas Instruments, 1981
13 Travis County - Airport, Municipal, 1982
14 Travis County - County Budget, 1981
15 Travis County - Housing Finance Corporation, 1981
Box Folder
8 1 Travis County Jail Lawsuit - Brown, Maroney, Rose, Baker, and Barker Law Firm, 1981
2 Travis County Jail Lawsuit - Inmate Letters, 1981
3 Travis County Jail Lawsuit - Newspaper Clippings, February 1981
4 Travis County Jail Lawsuit - Women, 1981
5 U.S. Department of Labor - Bureau of Labor Statistics(National), 1982
6 Water/Wastewater, 1981



IV. Editorial Production Files, 1981-1982

Box Folder
8 7-10 General copy editor desk/page design files, 1981-1982
Box Folder
9 1-5 General copy editor desk/page design files, 1981-1982
Box Folder
10 1-5 General copy editor desk/page design files, 1981-1982
6-7 Notes, 1981-1982
Box Folder
11 1-3 Notes, 1981-1982
4 Pending Features, 1981-1982
5 Production files, 1981-1982



V. Photographs, 1980-1982, undated

Box Folder
12 5 1st Street (224), undated
4 6th Street (170), undated
2 ACORN (102), undated
4 Aenton, Dan (164), undated
4 Akers, Fred (168), undated
4 Albright, Marian (166), undated
1 Allmon, Rebecca (035), undated
3 Arimes, Rusty (149), undated
2 Ashby, Jim (085), 3 April 1982
4 Aton, Pam (164), undated
1 Austin (Tex.). City Council (041), undated
5 Austin National Bank (216), undated
3 Baez, Joan (133), undated
4 Balcones Research Center (171), undated
2 Banks, Richard (085), 3 April 1982
4 Barton Creek (180), undated
1 Barton, Bob (045), Circa 1982
3 Baxter, Jeanne (158), undated
2 Bearden, Jimmie (113), undated
4 Bee Creek Building (182), undated
2 Benningfield, Damond (105), undated
2 Bentsen, Lloyd (109), undated
2 Best, Mary Anne (111), undated
2 Binder, Paul (102), undated
2 Binder, Bob (110), undated
2 Blaylock, G. C. "Skip" (114), undated
2 Blodgett, Terrell (107), undated
3 Bode, Winston (131), undated
3 Borysewicz, Eddie (132), undated
4 Brackenridge Hospital (172, 173, 174), undated
4 Bradford Hotel (181), undated
3 Brant, Kathryn (138), undated
3 Brant, W. A. (138), undated
3 Bray, Terry (130), undated
2 Bredford, Samual (090), undated
3 Briscoe, Dolph (128), 1980
2 Brooks, Chet E. (108), undated
2 Brown, Reagan V. (099), undated
1 Bryant, Everett (031), undated
2 Buchanan, Patrick (112), undated
2 Burkett, Morgan (106), undated
4 Burnet Road (175), undated
4 C.U.A. victory at Palmer Auditorium (162), undated
3 Candle light vigil on Congress Avenue Bridge (159), undated
5 Capitol (219), undated
1 Carl-Mitchell, Smoot (034), undated
1 Carrier, Don (046), undated
5 Chalmers Court (225), undated
4 Chapman, Mike (168), undated
4 Charbonneau, Cassie (158), undated
3 "Chloie" stage production (158), undated
3 "Christina Dearest" stage production (155), undated
1 Closson, John (044), undated
5 Condominiums (222, 226), undated
5 Congress Avenue Bridge (205), undated
4, 5 Construction (177, 178, 179, 214, 222, 226, 235), undated
5 Covert Buick (223), undated
1 Cunningham, Bill (049), Circa 1982
1 Darden, Debbie (004), undated
1 De La Rosa, Albert (002), undated
4 Demolished Buildings on corner of 6th Street and Congress Avenue (186), undated
1 Denton, James G. (006) , undated
3 Dente, William (157, 158), undated
1 Dibrell, Joe (Judge) (007), undated
1 Dougles, David (003), undated
5 Downtown (238, 239, 240), December 1981
3 Duncan (121), undated
1, 3 Duncan, Roger (005, 147, 148), undated
3 Durslay (120), undated
1, 2, 3, 4 Elections (022, 039, 083, 136, 187), undated
1 Ellison, Ricky (024) , undated
2 Erickson, Marvin (104), undated
4 "Equus" stage production (166), undated
3 Fagan, Bill (154, 157, 158), undated
5 Fire Department truck (241), undated
5 Fireworks (208), undated
5 First Texas (233), December 1981
1 Frank, Martha (023), undated
2 Gammage, Bob (093), undated
2 Garcia, Mary (091), undated
2 Gary, Lynn (094), undated
5 Gaston Place Village (209), undated
1 Geyelin, Philip (025), undated
2 Glasscock, Woody (095), undated
2 Gooden, Jimmy (090), undated
2 Goodman, Mark (052), December 1981
1 Goodman, Richard (023, 026), undated
2 Gramlich, Charles (096), undated
1 Gres, Marcel (048), undated
3 Guido, Kathy (147), undated
1, 2 Harding, Warren G. (001, 037, 099), 12 November 1981, undated
2 Hart, Joe (098), undated
1 Haslett, Jon (100), undated
1 Hernandez, Nufo (038), undated
1 Hickerson-Boll, Carl (036), undated
2 Hightower, Jim (103), undated
2, 4 Hike and Bike Trail (101, 183), undated
5 Hills, The (210, 211), undated
5 Hobo home (213), undated
2 Horto, Maurice (090), undated
5 Housing (212), undated
2 Huges, Jan (077), undated
5 Hyatt Regency Hotel (215) , undated
1 Jacobson, Jackie (034), undated
3 "Jalapeño Chorus" stage production (157), undated
2 Jaroschy, Michel (056), undated
2 Jeter, Sherrill (052, 053), December 1981
4, 5 Jett Industries (198, 234), undated
2 Johnson, Luci Baines (051), undated
2 Jones, Brock (055), undated
2 Jones, Nathan (054), undated
2 Joucken, Richard (085), 3 April, 1982
6 Karick, Nina (166), undated
4 Keiper, Russ (198), undated
2 Kilgarlin, William W. (059), undated
2 King, Allan (057), undated
3 Kite Festival (134), undated
5 Lake Travis wind damage (204), 20 April 1982
4 Lamar Boulevard (199), undated
4 Lamar Savings Building (200), undated
2 Lane, Bob (064), December 1981
2 Learway, Phil (085), 3 April 1982
2 Leath, Marvin (058), undated
2 Lee, Steve (085), April 3, 1982
2 Lemons, A. E. "Abe" (063), undated
4 Levy, Noel (165), undated
2 Libertini, Richard (062), undated
1 Lief Johnson Ford, Inc. (050), undated
2 Lillie, Dick (060, 130), undated
2 Lopiano, Donna (061), undated
1 Mahoney, Tim (029), undated
5 Manor (Tex.) (236, 237), undated
3 March for Survival (135), undated
1 Martin, Bill (011), undated
1 Martin, Mike (008), 22 April 1982
1 Martinson, Kathy (009), undated
1 McBee, Frank W., Jr. (033), undated
1, 3 McClellan, Carole (012, 041, 140), undated
2 McCreary, Jack (079), undated
2 McCreight, Floyd (080), undated
1 McKnight, Peyton (019), undated
1 Meiszer, Nicholas (016), December 1981
1 Miles, Sarah (014), undated
1 Milloy, John (010), undated
1 Minor, Cherrill (017) , undated
1 Moore, Connie (021), December 1981
1 Moore, Margaret (020), undated
5 MoPac (235), undated
1 Moss, Geoffrey (018), undated
1 Moya, Richard (013), undated
1 Muelenback, Thomas (015), undated
5 Municipal Coliseum (219), undated
2 Murchey, Meg (101), undated
2 No Alibi (Musical group) (085), 3 April 1982
4 Norwood Tower (176), undated
5 Oak Hill (243), undated
1 Oaks, Jayne (038), undated
1, 5 Palmer Auditorium (022, 207,228), undated
2 Pantaze, Charles (087), undated
3 Parker, James (138), undated
4 Pepsi Challenge runners, (167), 29 March 1982
2 Peterson, Steve (085), 3 April, 1982
2 Philpott, Tom (089), undated
2 Pickle, James Jarell "Jake" (086), undated
2 Pipkin, Turk (097), undated
2 Polk, Dick (088), undated
2 Pool, T. Brady (092), undated
4 Prevost, Marvin (163, 164), undated
3 Pro-nuke volunteers (138), undated
2, 3, 4, 5 Protests, demonstrations, etc. (066, 156, 160, 161, 193, 194, 217, 218, 227), December 1981, undated
5 Quorum Restaurant (206), undated
5 Rainey Street protestors (217), December 1981
1 Redden, Nancy J. (028), undated
1 Reynolds, Don (030), undated
4 Richman, Peter Mark (166), undated
1 Roland, Richard (043), undated
3 Saugey, Steve (157), undated
3 Schaefer, George (139), undated
3 Schneider, Irwin (134), undated
3 Schorr, Daniel (127), undated
3 Schwarzlose, Curtis (126), undated
1 Sears, Joe (027, 047), undated
3 Sedwick, Shannon (155, 157, 158), undated
3 Sherman, Max (146), undated
2 Shulian, John (117), undated
4 Silvestri, Christopher (166), undated
1, 3 Smith, Jim A. (032, 123) , undated
3 Snell, Jimmy (141), undated
5 Solar-powered phone (230), undated
2 Soloman, Harold (119), undated
4 Southwest Towers (188), undated
3 Stakes, Jim (142), December 1981
2 Steen, "Tex" (074, 118), undated
3 Stokes, Jay (132, 144), undated
3 Strauss, Robert (143), undated
5 Sunset (228), undated
3 "Superstitions for Lunch" stage production (154), undated
3 Sutherland, Bob (145), undated
2 Tally, Rusty (076), undated
5 Taxi cab on fire, (231, 232), January 15, 1982
2 Temple, Arthur (069), undated
5 Texas Bank (238), December 1981
2, 5 Texas Commerce Bank (074, 118, 244), undated
2, 5 Texas Employment Commission (073, 203), undated
1 "The Ritz" stage production (040), undated
3 Thomas, Doug (129), undated
2 Tower, John (070), undated
4, 5 Town Lake (183, 201, 202), undated
2 Transportation Study Board (072), December 1981
4 Travis County Jail (195, 196, 197), undated
2 Treviño, John (067, 068, 071), December 1981, undated
4 University of Texas - Cotton Bowl (169), undated
4 University of Texas - Tower (185), undated
2 Uranium Savages (Musical group) (078), undated
2 Vackar, Barbara (081), undated
2 Varteressiau, Peter (084), December 1981
2 Velasquez, Gilbert (082), undated
4 Voges, Tom (198), undated
3 Waggoner (125), undated
3 Weddington, Sarah (150), undated
3, 4 Weir, James (122, 190), undated
3 Wells, John (, 153), December 1981
3 Weltlich, Bob (124), undated
3 Wendler, Ed, Sr. (152), undated
3 Wetherby, Linda (157, 158), undated
4 Wheelchair (191, 192), December 1981
3 Whittington, Pasty (149), undated
4 "Wild Art" underside of Bridge over Barton Creek (184), undated
3 Wiley, Margaret (154, 158), undated
1 Williams, Jaston (027, 047), undated
3 Willmes, Bill (151), undated
3 Winfree, Rachel (155), undated
4 Woods, Jack (164), undated
2 Woodson, H. H. (116), undated
2 Ybanez, Joe (066), undated
5 Zilker Park Christmas Tree (245), undated
2 Zunbrum, Jana (065) , undated
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Unidentified (012, 042, 075, 115, 137, 189, 220, 221, 229, 242), undated
Location Location
Outer Vault B&W Negatives Drawer Assorted negatives, undated