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Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Motot Transportation Division transcripts of application hearings, 1926-1954, bulk 1930-1939,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Railroad Commission of Texas, Motor Transportation Division:

An Inventory of Motor Transportation Division Transcripts of Application Hearings at the Texas State Archives, 1926-1956, undated, bulk 1930-1939



Overview

Creator: Railroad Commission of Texas. Motor Transportation Division.
Title: Motor Transportation Division transcripts of application hearings
Dates: 1926-1956, undated
Dates: bulk 1930-1939
Abstract: The Railroad Commission of Texas had regulatory power of the commercial transportation of persons and property on state highways during the period covered by these records. Motor transportation activities were handled by the Motor Transportation Division. These records consist of the testimony at hearings held by the Motor Transportation Division to determine if certificates should be granted to allow applicants to operate commercial vehicles on public highways. Dating 1926-1956, the majority of the records are from 1930 to 1939. Testimony was taken from the applicant, other common carriers, and the public about the proposed route, traffic conditions in the area, financial status of the applicant, and competition with existing service. The findings were reported to the Railroad Commission for final approval.
Quantity: approximately 31 cubic ft.
Language These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Railroad Commission of Texas regulates the exploration, production, and transportation of oil and natural gas in Texas. Its statutory role is to prevent waste of the state's natural resources, to protect the correlative rights of different interest owners, to prevent pollution, and to provide safety in matters such as hydrogen sulfide. It oversees hazardous materials pipelines and natural gas pipelines and distribution systems as well as propane, butane, compressed natural gas, and liquefied natural gas. It works to make sure a continuous, safe supply of natural gas is available to Texas consumers at the lowest reasonable price. Additionally, the Commission regulates surface mining for coal, uranium, and iron ore gravel, and conducts a program for reclaiming lands that were mined and abandoned before 1975.

The Railroad Commission of Texas had its origin in the demands of the shipping public in the late 1880s that insisted that railroads be subject to regulation based on public interest. An advocate for governmental regulation, Attorney General James Stephen Hogg ran for Governor in 1890 with the issue of railroad regulation as the focal point of the campaign. Hogg was elected Governor in the general election and the voters also approved an amendment to Article X, Section 2 of the Texas Constitution that empowered the Legislature to enact statutes creating regulatory agencies. These elections paved the way for the Legislature to enact on April 3, 1891 "An Act to Establish a Railroad Commission of the State of Texas," that later was placed in the Texas Revised Civil Statutes under article 6444 et seq. (House Bills 1, 3, and 58, 22nd Texas Legislature, Regular Session).

The Commission originally consisted of three members appointed by the Governor for three-year terms. Governor Hogg appointed the first three Commissioners in 1891 including John H. Reagan, who resigned as U.S. Senator from Texas to serve as the first Chairman. The Texas Constitution, Article XIX, Section 30 was amended in 1894 to provide for elective six-year overlapping terms for the Commissioners. That same year John H. Reagan was elected and served until his retirement in 1903.

The Texas Railroad Commission was the first regulatory agency created in the State of Texas and originally had jurisdiction over the rates and operations of railroads, terminals, wharves and express companies. The legal focus was on intrastate passenger and freight activities. Interstate jurisdiction fell under the U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission. For the first twenty-five years of its existence, the Railroad Commission was largely concerned with regulating railroads, setting rates, receiving complaints, and making investigations. As other controversies arose where the Legislature deemed that the public interest could best be served by regulation, additional duties were assigned to the Railroad Commission.

The Railroad Commission's authority was broadened beginning in 1917 with the passage of the Pipeline Petroleum Law (Senate Bill 68, 35th Legislature, Regular Session) that declared pipelines to be common carriers like railroads and placed them under the Commission's jurisdiction. This was the first act to designate the Railroad Commission as the agency to administer conservation laws relating to oil and gas. The Commission's regulatory and enforcement powers in oil and gas were increased by the Oil and Gas Conservation Law (Senate Bill 350 of the 36th Legislature, Regular Session), effective June 18, 1919. This act gave the Railroad Commission jurisdiction to regulate the production of oil and gas. Acting upon this legislation, the Commission adopted in 1919 the first statewide rules regulating the oil and gas industry to promote conservation and safety, including Rule 37. This rule requires minimum distances between wells at drilling sites in order to protect field pressure and correlative rights.

The Gas Utilities Act of 1920 (House Bill 11, 36th Legislature, 3rd Called Session) gave the Commission regulatory and rate authority over individuals and businesses producing, transporting, or distributing natural gas in Texas. In 1937, following a large natural gas explosion in a school in New London, Texas, the 45th Legislature passed legislation giving the Railroad Commission the authority to adopt rules and regulations pertaining to the odorization of natural gas or liquefied petroleum gases (House Bill 1017, Regular Session).

The passage of the Public Regulatory Act of 1975 (PURA) (House Bill 819, 64th Legislature, Regular Session) required certain state regulatory agencies, including the Commission, to set the overall revenues of a utility based on its "cost of service." Regulation of liquefied petroleum was added to the Commission's responsibilities in 1939 by the 46th Legislature (House Bill 792, Regular Session). The legislation authorized the Commission to adopt and enforce safety rules and standards in the storage, handling, transportation, and odorization of butane or LP-gases. Regulation of compressed natural gas was added to the Railroad Commission's responsibilities in 1983 (Senate Bill 617, 68th Legislature, Regular Session).

The Motor Bus Law of 1927, House Bill 50, 40th Legislature, Regular Session, and the Motor Carrier Law of 1929, House Bill 654, 41st Legislature, Regular Session, extended the Commission's regulatory powers to commercial transportation of persons and property on state highways. In 1995, following federal deregulation of motor carriers, the 74th Legislature eliminated the agency's authority to regulate commercial carriers involved in intrastate transport and transferred the remaining responsibilities related to commercial carriers (motor carrier registration, insurance verification, and safety) to the Texas Department of Transportation (Senate Bill 971, Regular Session), and the Department of Public Safety (Senate Bill 3, Regular Session).

(Sources: Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions; general laws and statutes; and the records themselves.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Railroad Commission of Texas had regulatory power of the commercial transportation of persons and property on state highways during the period covered by these records. Motor transportation activities were handled by the Motor Transportation Division. These records consist of the testimony at hearings held by the Motor Transportation Division to determine if certificates should be granted to allow applicants to operate commercial vehicles on public highways. Dating 1926-1956, the majority of the records are from 1930 to 1939. The testimony was a part of the application procedure necessary to obtain the required authorization to operate commercial vehicles on public highways. Hearings were held by Division examiners and testimony was taken in regard to the route and communities served, competition with existing service, traffic congestion, financial status of the applicant, and other considerations of convenience and necessity. The transcripts of these hearings reveal the status of transportation at a given time in specific areas of Texas. After the hearings, the examiner submitted the findings to the Commission for consideration and decision.

The Commission made its decision known in the official minutes (See Minutes and also the Motor Transportation Division, Motor carrier dockets and Motor Transportation Division, Motor freight dockets series). The various docket records in the minutes for the Motor Transportation Division were labeled Motor Bus Docket, Motor Bus Letter Order, Contract Motor Carrier Docket, and Motor Carrier Docket Number. Subject matter of these dockets in the minutes included sale and transfer of a certificate authorizing the operation of a motor bus or motor carrier between cities; application for approval of a change in schedule or the abandonment of a lease; or for an order granting authority to use state highways in Texas for hire or for commerce.

The majority of the transcripts are from the 1930s. The transcripts for any given year will be found in more than one box.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

This finding aid describes one series of the Railroad Commission of Texas records. See Railroad Commission of Texas: An Overview of Records for more records series.

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Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged in rough chronological and alphabetical order as received from the agency.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials housed in the State Archives do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

None.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Commercial vehicles--Texas.
Document Types:
Testimonies--Texas--Commercial vehicles--1930-1956.
Functions:
Regulating commercial vehicles.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Railroad Commission of Texas, Motor Transportation Division enforcement and regulation records, 1929-1955, bulk 1936-1942, approximately 23 cubic ft.
Railroad Commission of Texas, Motor Transportation Division correspondence, 1923-1954, bulk 1929-1942, approximately 14 cubic ft.
Railroad Commission of Texas, Minutes, 1891-1996, 20.85 cubic ft. consisting of 113 microfilm reels

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Motor Transportation Division transcripts of application hearings, Records, Railroad Commission of Texas. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1961/005 and others unknown

Some of these records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Railroad Commission of Texas in October 1961 and at other undetermined dates.

Processing Information

Described by Paul B. Beck, June 1985

Finding aid edited for DACS compliance by Laura K. Saegert, December 2008

Appraisal Information

These records were appraised as archival by the appraisal staff of the Texas State Archives on March 16, 2001. This was one of a series of Railroad Commission records reviewed as part of an overall appraisal of the records of the Commission. The appraisal report can be found in the search room of the State Archives. The online version of the report for this series is available at http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/appraisal/rrc2.html#163.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Motot Transportation Division transcripts of application hearings, 1926-1954, bulk 1930-1939,
approximately 31 cubic ft.

Box
4-5/25A Ray Adair Truck Line, 1939
Adams, J.M. dba [doing business as] Adams Truck Line, 1938
Lawler, H.H. dba Alamo Freight Lines, 1939
[2 folders]
Aldredge, M.M., 1939
Allen, W.B. and Frank P. dba American Warehouse & Storage Company, 1939
Allred, Luther Virgil, 1939
Atherton, Leland D. and Fannie D. dba Atherton Transfer & Storage Company, 1939
Avary, G.O., 1939
Bagwell, John, 1939
Bain, Frank M., 1939
Basin Trucking Company, Incorporated, 1939
Beakley, E.L., 1939
D.A. Beard Truck Lines Company, 1939
Beaumont Bonded Warehouse, Incorporated, 1939
Beck, Davis, 1939
Bela, Santiago, 1939
Bellomy, H.E. and T.U. dba Bellomy Brothers, 1939
Bennett, Sidney L., 1939
Winton, R.L. dba Big State Trucking Company, 1939
Binion, Z.E., 1939
Blankenship, O.R., 1939
Bly, C.N., 1939
Boothe, S.E., 1939
Borders, William, 1939
Bowen, Jessee E., 1939
Bradfield, Fred, 1939
Brewer, John Clayton, 1939
Briggs, William Colley, 1939
Brock, C.B., 1939
Brockman, J.T. and E.E., 1939
Brown Express, Incorporated, 1939
[6 folders]
Brown, Paul W. dba Brown Transfer & Storage Company, 1939
Buffaloe, J.H., 1939
Burkhalter, C.B., 1939
Burleston, James Alvin, 1939
Burt, L.C., 1939
Buster, Hilton and Vaugh dba Buster Brothers, 1939
Buttry, Carl S., 1939
C. & S. Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1939
Calhoun, John S., 1937
Camp, W.H., Jr., 1939
[2 folders]
Campbell, Carl T., 1939
Campbell, Robert, 1939
Cargill, J.T., 1939
Carmack, J.L. and C.L. dba Carmack's Transfer Company, 1939
Casey, Claud, 1939
Cathey, Roy and Carrell, J.T. dba Cathey & Carrell Truck Line, 1939
Central Forwarding, Incorporated, 1939
Central Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1938-1939
[3 folders]
Chaney, W.T. and McClure, Parker dba Keechi Trucking Company, 1939
Clark, William N., 1939
Clarke, W.D. dba W.D. Clarke Transfer & Storage Company, 1939
Clevenger, E.K. and D.L., 1939
Cochran, C.L. and E.E. dba Cochran Company, 1939
Cole, Ed, 1939
Coleman, Ben dba Coleman Brothers' Transfer Company, 1939
Collins, T.E., 1939
Combs, R.C. dba Combs Truck Line, 1939
Blankenbeckler, Frank A. - Comet Motor Freight Lines, 1939
Cook, D.F., 1939
Cook, Odus R., 1939
Cope, Luther, 1939
Costillo, Victor, 1939
Cranford, W.L., 1939
Creighton, T.C., 1939
Box
4-5/25B Curry, A.F. dba Curry's Motor Freight Lines, 1939
[2 folders]
Daily, B.B., 1939
Davenport, D.D., 1939
Davis, Barney, 1939
Davis, Jesse, 1938
Davis, Loyd, 1939
[2 folders]
Davis, Marvin, 1939
Dealers' Transport Company, 1939
Dennis, E.M., 1939
Dixie Truck Line, 1939
Donnell, Otho, 1939
Dunn, A.W., 1938
East, C.L., 1939
Edmiston, Howard, 1939
Edwards, A.B. and Eugene dba Edwards Brothers, 1939
Eldridge Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1939
Elmore, Fontayne, 1939
Elms, R.L., 1939
English Freight Company, 1939
[2 folders]
Erwin, L.E., 1939
Etter, Jim, 1939
Evans, M.C., 1939
Fisher, Lon D. dba Thru Truck Service, 1939
Folkner, A.J., 1939
Ford, T.D., 1939
Ford Delivery Company, Incorporated, 1939
Fowler, E.S., 1939
Fowler, W.A., 1939
Frank, Richard, Jr. dba Frank's Motor Freight Line, 1939
Franklin, Millard T., 1939
Freeman, William E., 1939
Garrison, Pete, 1939
Gayle, Zano J., 1939
George, Aubrey C., 1939
Gibbon, Earl Clarence, 1939
Gist, Almoth O., 1939
Glover, Asbury, 1939
Graham, Jim Hollard, 1939
Gray, James R., 1939
Gray, Kyle, 1939
Hall, R.B., 1939
Harrell, Paul, 1939
Harris, Jean, 1939
Harris, R.D., 1939
Hart Merchantile Company, Incorporated, 1939
Hastings, E.M. dba Maple Avenue Transfer Company, 1939
Haynes, C.B., 1939
Hearne, Doake dba Seagraves Truck Line, 1939
Heathington, Roy C. dba Heathington Truck Line, 1939
Henderson, P.W., 1939
Herder, Charlie, Jr. dba Herder Truck Line, 1939
Hermes, J.D., 1939
Hicks, J.P., 1939
Hodges, C.C., 1939
Hodges, George Palmer, 1939
Holley, H.H., 1939
Houston, Boyd A., 1939
Rayburn, J.E. dba Houston-Inland Forwarding Company, 1939
Hudgens, Melvin, 1939
Hudson, M.W. dba Hudson Produce, 1939
Hughes, E.M., 1939
Hughes, F.E. dba Hughes Transfer & Storage Company, 1939
Hughes, Glenn, 1939
Humble, Douglas Boaz, 1939
Hunsaker, Bob, 1939
Hunsaker, R.B. dba Hunsaker Motor Freight Company, 1939
Hunt, V.G., 1939
Hunter, Thomas George, 1939
Hutchison, Harry Stuart, 1939
Iraan Motor Freight Line, 1939
Compressed Air #2 - Lackey, W.G., Wichita Falls, 1926
[A Railroad Commission hearing on an application for the use of compressed air in production of oil.]
Box
4-5/17A Joint hearings, 1930-1932
[10 folders]
January, M.H., 1930
Jenkins, Homer S., 1931
Johnson, Ralph B., 1931
Kellogg, W.W., 1931
Kenosha Auto Transport Company, 1931
Langston, D.C., 1931
Lindale Hardware Company, 1931
Lindsley, Bud, 1931
Lowe, Earl dba Lowe Motor Line, 1932
McGlaun, W.A., 1927
[2 folders]
Merrell, M.D., Cannon, L.H. and Miller, Dudley, 1928
Miller, J.T., Jr., 1932
Missouri Pacific Transportation Company, 1929
[3 folders]
Moore Traction Company, 1931
Motor Express Companies, 1926
Murphy, H.H.G. and R.D., 1927
Box
4-5/17B Narmour, E.H., 1931
Norris, Tom, 1931
North Texas Coach Company, Morton, W., 1928
Oakwood Transfer Company, 1931-1932
[2 folders]
Oden, I.M., 1931
Paul, J.W., Jr., 1931
Pou, J.S. (& Son), 1932
[2 folders]
Red Ball Bast Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1931
Roadway Express, Incorporated, 1931
Ruby Lines, Incorporated, 1929
Sanders, Ivin Aaron, 1931
Servantes, Antonio (Cervantes), 1931
Sharp's Motor Line, 1931
Sheppard, E.J. and Gaines, S.E., 1931
Shideler, J.R.B., 1931
Smith, F.R. and Clark, Clair, 1931
Stappenbeck Truck Line, 1931
Stephenson, J.H., 1931
Taylor, Dugan, 1931
Tuseth, E.C. and Neitert, C.A. and S.A., 1929
Tyler, Jack, 1931
Union City Transfer, 1932
Vinson, Ralph M., 1932
Wells, Jewett E., 1931
West Texas Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1932
Wheeler, David T., 1931
Wilmeth, R.M., 1931
Wright, J.F., 1931
Box
4-3/418 M.H. January, 1930
[One folder in this box.]
Box
4-3/408A A & P Tea Company, 1937
Adams, W.W., 1931
Amarillo Transfer & Storage Company, 1931
American Warehouse & Storage Company, 1931
Armstrong Transfer & Storage Company, Incorporated, 1931
Arthur, S.J., 1932
Barreda, Felipe, 1931
Bowen, R.C., et al., 1931
Brashears, Carl G., 1931
Britton, W.H., 1931
Brown, Willie O., 1931-1932
[2 folders]
Bush, J.W. and G.S., 1931
Caddo Transfer & Warehouse Company, 1931
Cannon Ball Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1932
Capitol Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1932
Caraway, Tom, 1932
Central Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1932
Chamberlain, Albert, 1932
Clifton, Mart, 1931
Coleman, Joe, Ben, and Mrs. Fannie, 1932
Condley, R.L., 1931
Conroe-Houston Truck Line, 1932
Box
4-3/408B Davis, C.E. dba Highway Motor Freight Line, 1932
Denum, Robert, 1932
Dunn, A.W., 1932
Empire Transportation Company, 1931
Galveston Truck Line, Incorporated, 1931-1932
[2 folders]
Graham, A.D., 1931
Gravis, C.K., 1931
Hackler, C.E., 1931
Hadley, Alvin I., 1931
Henderson, Arthur L., 1931
Heyen, Milton, 1931
Horton, Hal C., 1932
Box
4-3/416A Stenographic notebooks arranged by city, 1931-1932, 1935-1936
Box
4-3/416B Stenographic notebooks arranged by city, 1931-1932, 1935-1936
Palestine-Athens Motor Lines and others, 1931-1932, 1935-1936
Box
4-5/18 Rainbow Coaches, 1937
Robinson Bus Lines, 1938
Ross, B.U. dba Ross Motor Coaches, 1937
Sabine Neches Stage Lines, Incorporated, 1937
St. Clair, Charles, 1937
[2 folders]
Southern Pacific Transport Company, 1937
South Texas Coaches, Incorporated, 1937-1938
[2 folders]
Southwest Motor Transport, Incorporated, 1937
Southwestern Greyhound Lines, Incorporated, 1937-1938
[6 folders]
Spraberry, H.E., 1937
Stead, H.B., 1937
Steadham, Jack, 1937
Steadham, William Cagle, 1937
Stillwell, M.V., 1937
Storbeck, August F., 1937
Sutton, T.O. and H.G., Adams, H.N. dba T.O. Sutton & Sons, 1937
Swan, H.N., 1937
Swilley Furniture & Transfer Company, 1937
T.S.C. Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1937
Tarry, J.P., 1937
Tarry Warehouse & Storage Company, Incorporated, 1937
Taylor, Arthur, 1937
Taylor, Neil, 1937
Texas & Pacific Coaches, Incorporated, 1938
Texas & Pacific Motor Transport Company, 1937
[2 folders]
Thompson, W.H., 1937
Thorne, Ivan, 1937
Toliver, D.A., 1937
Travis, W.C., 1937
Triangle Bus Company, 1937
Tri-State Transit Company, 1937
Trowbridge, A.L., 1937
Tucker, L.O., 1937
Turner, John H., 1937
Turner, William Claude, 1937
Tyler, Jack, 1937
Union Bus Line - Missouri Pacific Transport Company, 1937
Joe Amberson dba Union Bus Lines, 1938
Union City Transfer (Vallee, Cecil E., Henry E., Jr., E.H., Mrs. Effie Vallee Albaugh, Mrs. Helen Vallee Withers) 1938
Uranga, Willie, 1937
Vernor, R.J., 1937
Walker, C.C., 1937
Walker, R.T. dba San Jacinto Motor Freight Lines, 1937
Walker, W.M., Incorporated, 1936
Walker, W.M., 1937
Walling, Ruel Travis, 1937
Ward, M.B. dba Ward's Freight Line, 1937
Ware Trucking Company, 1932
Warren, Ben and Dugger, R., 1937
Waters, Luke, 1937
Wattenburger, Ott and D.E., 1937
Weaver, H.S., 1937
Webster Truck Line, 1937
Wells Transfer Company, Incorporated, 1937
Werner, W.T. dba W.T. Werner Transfer Company, 1937
Wescott, Charles Daro, 1937
Westerfield, V.L., 1937
Couey, Marvin dba Western Motor Lines, 1937
Wheeler, M.A. dba Wheeler Truck Line, 1937
White, R.B., 1937
Whitehead, C.E., 1937
Whitener, George Rupert, 1937
Whiteside, J.H., Jr. and Lowriemore, William, Jr. dba L & L Fast Freight, 1937
Whitley, John, 1937
Whittlesey, F.S., 1938
Williams Brothers, Corporation, 1937
Williamson, E.B., 1937
Wilson, G.R., 1937
Wilson, J.B., 1937
Witt Bates dba Motor Express, 1937
Wood, C.F., 1937
Wood, C.F. - Schwarz, D.J., 1937
Wood, James Bernard, 1937
Woody, O.A., 1937
Worton, J.D., 1937
Wren, W.W., 1937
Wright, Fred, 1937
Wright, R.A. dba Wright Motor Freight Lines, 1937
Wright, R.T., Jr., 1937
Young, Mrs. Bess F. dba Youngs Motor Freight Line, 1937
Younger Brothers, 1937
Box
4-3/409A Abbott, G.C. through Carroll, Dave, 1933-1936,
Titles are for the first and last folders in this box; other files present are not listed.
Box
4-3/409B Central Freight Lines, Incorporated through White, Cecil, 1933-1936
Titles are for the first and last folders in this box; other files present are not listed.
Box
4-3/406A Alexander, W.W., 1936
Andress, R.J., statement to U.S. Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, 1935
Bain, H.R., 1936
Baldwin, Bobbie, 1936
Ball, E.J. and Marion dba Forney Motor Freight Line, 1936
Bannosky, E.E. and Fred dba Pecos Quickway Truck Line, 1936
Beaumont Transfer Company (& Terminal Warehouse & Storage Company), 1936
Brown, R.E. and W.H. dba Brown's Transfer & Storage, 1936
Brown, W.W., 1936
Central Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1935-1936
[2 folders]
Combs, R.C. dba Combs Truck Line, 1936
Coplin, William & Son, 1936
Cunningham, T.M., 1936
Dalby, A.R., Faddell, Joe, and Sanders, Don, 1936
Dempsey, M.J., 1936
Denton, J.W. and Sharp, J.L. dba Gulf Coast Transit Company, 1936
Donelson, B.A., 1936
Dorman, I.L., 1936
Dyer, J.G. dba Dyer Truck Line, 1936
Eaves, Davey William, 1936
Elliott, Charles and Edward, 1936
English Freight Company, 1936
Fette, Henry, 1936
Fisher, K.M. dba Fisher Truck Lines, 1936
Fowler, R.R., 1936
Fowler, W.A., 1936
Frank, Richard, Jr. dba Richard Frank Jr. Truck Line, 1936
G. & H. Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1936
Gibson, Ira, 1936
Gilbert, Joe Lee, 1936
Gillette Motor Transport, Incorporated, 1936
[3 folders]
Graham, J.T. dba Johnnie Graham Truck Express Loop, 1936
Grant, W.M., 1936
W.A. Green Transfer & Storage Company, 1936
Greenhill, Arthur, 1936
Box
4-3/406B Healy, John P., 1936
Heldt, Arno, 1936
Henry, C.E., 1936
Highway testimony, 1936
[2 folders]
Highway Transportation Company, 1936
Hunsaker Freight Company, 1935
Jack Rabbit Freight Lines, 1936
James, Roy C., 1936
Janosky, Edwin dba Janosky Motor Line, 1936
Jochen, Rudolph H., 1936
Joint Hearing, Red Ball Motor Freight Line - East Texas Motor Freight Line, 1936
Joint Hearing, Johnson W.A. - Brady Freight Line - East Texas Motor Freight Line, 1936
Jones, Erby Lee, 1936
Kasper, A.F., 1936
Keel, W.B., 1936
Langham, E.F., 1936
Lay Trucks, Incorporated, 1936
Lee, R.W. dba Leeway Motor Freight, 1936
[3 folders]
Lewis, J.J. and Leo L. dba Lewis & Son, 1936
Lone Star Trucking Company, 1936
Lowrance, James, 1936
Tarry Warehouse & Storage Company, 1935
Taylor, R.C., 1935
Texas & Pacific Motor Transport Company, et al., 1935
[3 folders]
Texas Storage Company, Beaumont, 1934
Tipps, J.T., 1933
Trinity Valley Transport Company, 1934
Union Motor Freight Lines, 1935
Walker-Smith Company, 1935
Webster and Webster dba Webster Truck Line, 1934
Westfall, C.C. and Dudley R.G. dba Mistletoe Transit, Wichita Falls, 1935
Wheeler, M.A. dba Wheeler Truck Line, [undated]
Whitaker, O.C., Incorporated, 1935
Box
4-5/7 Moore, Nell, 1933
Southern Pacific Transport Company, 1934-1936
[6 folders]
Sproles, J.C. dba Rapid Transit Company, 1936
Storm, Gust, 1936
Surles, R.L. dba Surles Motor Freight Line, 1936
Teachworth, W.E., 1936
Tew, O.H., 1936
Texas & Pacific Transport Company, 1935-1936
[5 folders]
Tyler, Archie, 1936
[2 folders]
Union City Transfer, 1936
Union Truck Depot, 1936
Van Houten, H., 1936
Waddington, J.K., 1936
Walker, Alvie Ernest, 1936
Walker, R.T. dba San Jacinto Motor Freight Lines, 1936
[2 folders]
Ware, Amon C., 1936
Ware, El. J., 1936
Webster Truck Line, 1936
Wheeler, L.H. dba Wheeler Bus Line, 1936
Whellis, Penn Jackson, 1936
Wright, R.A. dba Wright Motor Freight Lines, 1936
Yellow Cab Transit Company, 1936
Young, Carl, 1939
Box
4-3/405A Coulter, Ed, 1935
Cowley, Walter dba Sunset Truck Line, 1934-1935
[5 folders]
Cox, J.V., 1935
Crawford, R.C. dba Crawford Truck Line, 1935
Crump, A.B., 1935
Dalby, A.R. dba Dalby Motor Freight Line, 1935
Dallas-Trinity Warehouse Company, 1934
Del Rio-San Antonio Fast Freight Line, Incorporated, 1934-1935
[2 folders]
Denton, J.W. & Sharp, J.L. dba Gulf Coast Transit Company, 1934
Dependable Motor Freight Lines & Goen Motor Freight Lines, 1935
DeShong, Pete dba DeShong Motor Freight Line, 1934-1935
[3 folders]
DeTar, D.A., 1935
Don's Truck Line, 1935
East Texas Red Ball Motor Freight Line (& English, H.E. dba), 1934-1935
[3 folders]
Matthew Edwards Transfer Company, 1934
Enders, H.H., 1935
Enders & Jackson, 1934
English, H.E. dba The Red Ball Motor Freight Lines, 1935
English Freight Company, Dallas, 1934-1935
[2 folders]
Erwin, R.G. dba Erwin Motor Lines, 1935
Box
4-3/405B Four States Transit Company, 1935
Fry, Lawrence, San Antonio, 1934
Gaines, Roy E., [undated]
Garrison Truck Line, Lubbock, 1935
Gilbert, Victor B. and Munn, Guy dba Munn Truck Line, 1934
Givens Brothers, Crosbyton, 1934
Goddard, Arnold Clay, 1935
Goff, Louis E., 1935
Gordon Sewell & Company, 1935
Gowens, Robert A., San Antonio, 1935
Great Lakes Gulf Express, Houston, 1934
Greer, S.A., 1935
Gulf Coast Motor Freight Lines, 1935
[2 folders]
Guy Guantt Transportation Company, 1935
Houston & North Texas Motor Freight Line, 1934
Hale, Ernest M., Spur 1934-1935
[2 folders]
Hardy Transfer & Storage Company, Denison, 1934-1935
[2 folders]
Harrison, M.H., 1935
Harvey, H.A., 1935
Hawkins, Guy dba Hawkins Truck Line, Quitaque, 1934
Heard & Heard, Incorporated, Refugio, 1934
Hearne, Doak, Seagraves, 1934
Helson, Roy L., Enoch, [undated]
Herrin Transfer & Wholesale Company, [undated]
Highway testimony, 1935
Hill, Frank A., 1935
House of Representatives committee testimony, Tarrant County court house, 1935
Howell & Company, Incorporated, 1935
Inter City Forwarding Company, 1934
James, T.W. and Bennett, Ike dba Durant Transit Company, 1935
Jameson, B.E., 1935
Johnson, W.A. dba Johnson Motor Lines, 1934
Joint hearing, Lee, C.S. - Merritt, C.H., 1935
Joint hearing, Houston, 1935
[shorthand notes in 4 stenographic notebooks]
Joint hearing, Paramount Transit Company - N.T. & N.O. Motor Freight Line, 1934
Joint hearing, Watson, B.O. - Rawlings, Frank H. - Gilbert, V.B., 1934
Joint hearing, Victoria Motor Freight Line - Red Arrow Motor Freight Lines - J.H. Robinson Freight Lines, 1934
Box
4-3/412A Braswell, J.V. dba Braswell Motor Freight Lines, volumes 1-9, 1934-1939
Box
4-3/412B Braswell, J.V. dba Braswell Motor Freight Lines, volumes 10-16, 1934-1939
Houston Chamber of Commerce petition, volumes 1-3, 1934-1939
Box
4-5/24A Joint hearing for Texas & Pacific Motor Transportation Company and Johnson W.A. dba Johnson Motor Lines, 1938
Joint record for Haynes, C.B., Cullin, George R., Johnston. W.R., 1938
Aalco Express Company, Incorporated, 1938
Adams Transfer & Storage Company, 1938
Akin, Austin dba Akin Truck Line, 1938
Lowry, E.C. and R.W. dba Alabama Transfer & Warehouse Company, 1938
Allen, J.W. dba Allen Motor Transportation & Terminal, 1938
[3 folders]
Alley, R.E. dba Valley Forwarding & Receiving Company, 1938
Allison, W.B., 1938
Andis, Ben and Ralph dba Andis Brothers, 1938
Baker, J.L., 1937
Basin Trucking Company, 1938
Basse, Mrs. Alma dba Basse Express, 1938
[2 folders]
Bearden, F.E., 1938
Beckman, D.C., 1938
Bishop Warehouse & Powder Company, 1938
Blankenship, R.L., 1938
Bourne, Charles Dudley, Jr., 1938
Bridgeman, Mrs. Bessie Ida dba Snyder Transfer Company, 1938
Bryson, J.D., 1938
Burson, Max, 1938
Vaughn, A.C. dba Busy Bee Transfer Company, 1938
Busy Bee Transfer & Storage Company, Incorporated, 1938
Butts, J.T. dba Elite Truck Line, 1938
Campbell, Paul dba Campbell Motor Freight, 1938
Campbell, T.P., 1938
Carlson, Ray William dba R.W.C., 1937
Caron, Ralph Harry, 1937
Central Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1938
Claybourn, H.A., 1938
Tyler, Archie dba Cleburne Motor Freight Lines, 1938
Coleman Refining Corporation, 1938
Collins, Bill, 1938
Combs, Frank dba Combs Transfer & Storage Company, 1938
Corpus Christi Transfer Company, 1938
Covington, James D., 1938
Cunningham, D.C., 1938
Cunningham, W.D., 1938
Dalby, A.R., Fadell, J.A., and Saunders, D.C., 1938
Dalby, A.R. dba Dalby Motor Freight Lines, 1938
Dallas & Fort Worth Motor Lines Incorpporated, 1938
Davenport, Richard T., 1938
De Tar, D.A., 1938
Dillon, Floyd, 1938
Duckworth, Walter Sidney, 1938
Dunn, Morris Baxter, 1938
Eagle Trucking Company, 1938
East Texas Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1938
Edwards Truck Line, 1938
Ellis, G.A., 1938
English, Richard, 1938
Farris, T.A., 1938
Feagan, E.C., 1938
[2 folders]
Fisher, J.P., 1938
Carl Followill & Sons Trucking, Incorporated, 1938
Fort Worth Warehouse & Storage Company, 1938
Foster, B.F., 1938
Frase, A.A., 1938
Freeport Houston Truck Line, 1938
Frizzell, John B., 1938
Fry, J.M., 1937
Gardner, A.H., 1938
[2 folders]
Gilbert, Roy J. dba Gilbert Truck Line, 1938
Glossbrenner, Earl dba Glossbrenner Truck Line, 1938
Gray, James Richard, 1938
Gray, Kyle, 1938
Green, H.R. dba Oilfield Service Company, 1938
Greer, Mrs. Ethel N., 1938
Grogan, E.A., 1938
Gross, R.W. and Smith, Harry dba Gross & Smith, 1938
Gullatt, L., 1938
Habgood, F.E., 1938
C.S. Hamilton Motor Company, 1938
Harrell, Paul, 1938
Harrell, S.J., Jr. dba Continental Van Lines, 1938
Harris Transfer & Warehouse Company, 1938
Hawkins, William Thomas dba Hawkins Film Service, 1938
Hearne, Doak dba Seagraves Truck Line, 1938
Heathington, Ernest William, 1938
Hobson, W.B., 1938
Hodges, Bob S., 1938
Hollis, John P., 1936
Hrnciar, John, Jr., 1938
Hunter, John M. dba Mosley & Hunter, 1938
Jackson, E.H., 1938
Jackson, J. Wilborn, 1938
Jackson, Mrs. V.M. dba V & M Truck Line, 1938
Jackson, W.M., 1938
Jefferson County Express Company, Incorporated, 1938
Jeffery, S.R., 1938
Jeffries, D.H., 1938
Jeffries, R.L., 1938
Johnson W.A. dba Johnson Motor Lines, 1938
[2 folders]
Jordon, Weldon C., 1938
Box
4-5/24B Key, John G., Sr., 1938
Kilpatrick, Charles G. and Coley, J.J., 1938
Kleinschmidt, J.W., 1938
Kutchka, Leo, 1937
L.S. & P. Freight Line, Incorporated, 1938
Larson, Otto, 1938
Lawson, Ray, 1938
Leachman, E. Francis, 1938
Leaverton, D.N., 1938
Leeway Motor Freight, Incorporated, 1938
Lester, W.H. dba Lester Truck Line, 1938
Lewis, R.C., 1938
Lewis Brothers, 1938
Lindsay, B.B. and Rhea, J.O. dba Lindsay & Rhea, 1938
Lowrence, H.L., 1938
Lubbock-El Paso Motor Freight, Incorporated, 1938
Luker, J.R., 1936
Luper Transportation Company, 1938
Luther, H.T. dba Lubbock Transfer & Storage Company, 1938
McAdams, Earl A., 1938
McAlister, A.L., 1938
Alley, Kenneth L. dba McAllen Moving & Transfer Company, 1938
McClure, W.T. dba W.T. McClure Machinery Company, 1938
McCray, J.R. dba McCray Transfer & Storage Company, 1938
[2 folders]
McFerrin, J.M., 1938
McKnight Transfer Livery & Sales Company, 1938
McMillion, O.R., 1938
Mathis, L.C. dba Mathis Cheese Company, 1938
Merchants Fast Motor Lines, Incorporated, 1938
Koehler, Hugo dba Merchants Transfer Company, 1938
Merrill, W.H., 1936
Millard, George Henry, 1938
Mitchell Truck Line, 1938
Montandon, E.N., 1938
Mullen, Idas Clifford, 1938
Mullins, Mell H., 1938
Nelms, E.C., 1938
Netzer Truck Lines, 1938
[3 folders]
Northeast Texas Motor Lines, Incorporated, 1938
Orts, E.P. and W.A., 1938
Parker, Joe I., 1938
Patterson, Emmett, 1938
George, W.E. and Riley, J.B. dba Plunkett Motor Freight Line, 1938
Poque, J.H., 1938
Port Isabel Express, 1938
Raper, Orville B., 1938
Red Arrow Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1935-1938
[8 folders]
Reese, Harry James, 1938
Rinn, Jesse C. dba Rinn Motor Freight Lines, 1938
Robertson, John Harvey, 1935
Williams, Richard W., 1938
Box
4-5/6 McAlister, O.H., 1936
McAlister Trucking Company, 1936
McCloskey, Barney, 1936
McCrary, T.M., 1936
McDonald, A.E., 1936
Machotka, Elbert T., 1936
McMilion, O.R., 1936
Marsh, Bernise W., 1936
Mayfield, Jack, 1936
Miller, J.D., 1936
Miller & Miller Motor Freight Lines, 1936
Monzingo, S.F., 1936
[3 folders]
Motor Vanway, Incorporated, 1936
Murdock, E.W., 1936
Nelms, E.C., 1936
Newlin, M.O., 1936
Norris, A.A., 1936
North East Texas Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1936
North East Texas Motor Freight Lines, 1936
North Texas Transfer & Warehouse Company, 1936
Pearce, Stevens Bruce, 1936
Ponton, J.S. dba Ponton Truck Line, 1936
Pullin Truck Lines, Incorporated, 1936
Pullman, W.B. and J.H. dba Pullman Brothers, 1936
Red Arrow Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1936-1938
[3 folders]
Republic Motor Lines, 1936
Robinson, John Harvey, 1935
J.H. Robinson Truck Lines, Incorporated, 1936
Robinson, R.R., 1936
Rose, J.H., Jr., 1936
Ross, W.L. and Charlie dba Ross Truck Line, 1936
Rountree, Jay dba Ozark Motor Lines, 1936
Samanie, Aubry Paul, 1936
Schaub, Gerhard, 1936
Scott, H.W., 1936
Settles, Rowan, 1936
Smith, J.C., 1936
Smith, Roy E., 1936
Sosolik, Frank J., 1936
Box
4-3/413A John B. Barbour Trucking Company, 1936
[One folder in this box.]
Winn, H.H., Jr., 1936
[One folder in this box.]
Box
4-3/411A Airline Motor Coaches, Incorporated through Kerrville Bus Company, Incorporated, 1936-1939
Titles are for the first and last folders in this box; other files present are not listed.
Box
4-3/411B B. Frank Line dba Marlin-Temple Bus Line through Pendleton, Miller dba Military Road Bus Line, 1936-1939
Titles are for the first and last folders in this box; other files present are not listed.
Box
4-3/542 Notices of hearings by person, 1937
[One folder in this box.]
Box
4-3/407A Missouri Pacific Transportation Company, 1937
[4 folders]
Mitchiner, H.M., 1937
Montgomery Transportation Company, Incorporated, 1937
Moore, J.C., 1937
Morgan, Eli, 1937
[3 volumes in 3 folders]
Box
4-3/407B Moritz, James J., 1937
[2 folders]
Morrow, P.B., 1937
Mueller, A.J. and Alfred, Paria, J.H. and Schlenstedt, Charles dba Mueller Bros., 1937
Mund, C.M., 1937
Munn, Guy, 1937
Munn, Guy and St. Clair, Charles dba Kimble County Truck Line, 1937
[2 folders]
Murphy, John Lester, 1937
Murphy, Sam R., 1937
Murray, E.L., 1937
Mutchler, J.E. and others, 1937
Nathan, J., 1937
Nelms, E.C., 1937
Nelms, E.C. investigation, 1937
Nelms, J.S. dba East Grand Transfer, 1937
Noland, C.L., 1937
Norman, Elmer and R.E. dba Norman Brothers, 1937
Nowlin, T.R., 1937
Ogden, Othel O., 1937
Ogg, J.E., 1937
Ott, D.M. dba Sunset Truck Lines, Incorporated, 1937
Page, Holland, 1937
Painter, W.R., 1937
Pampa Motor Freight Lines - DeShong Motor Freight Lines, Incorporated - Leeway Motor Freight, Incorporated, 1937
Parker, C.H., 1937
Parks, R.E., 1937
Patton, Pat, 1937
Peeler, J.A., 1937
Pemberton, Wilburn Ray, 1937
Penn, J.C., 1937
Perrenot, F.A., 1937
Perry, A.G., 1937
Pettiette, A.W., 1937
Pickett, Truman, 1937
Pilgrim, Alex, 1937
Pittman, Buford Martin, 1937
Poth, W.E. and E.J. dba Poth Brothers, 1937
Powell, L., 1937
Pratt, John Harvey, 1937
Pressley, John dba Security Trucking Company, 1937
Pressley Truck Line, 1937
Ragland, Frank, 1937
Ragland, J.R., 1937
Railway Express Agency, Incorporated, 1937
[3 folders]
Ramos Brothers, 1937
Raper, O.B., 1937
Red Arrow Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1937
Reed, Herbert, 1937
Reitz, Joe J., 1937
Renfro, C.B., 1937
Reynolds, H.B. dba North Plains Motor Freight, 1937
Rhine, Barney, 1937
Ricks, W.T. dba Ricks Transfer Company, 1937
Ricks, William Henry, 1937
Roach, R.E., 1937
Roan, R.L., 1937
Roberts, R.J., 1937
Robinson, Gilbert E., 1937
Robinson, R.R., 1937
Robinson Brothers Bus Line, 1937
Robinson, J.H. and Stepp, E.P. dba Household Movers, 1937
J.H. Robinson Truck Lines, Incorporated, 1937
[2 folders]
Rodden, Jack, 1937
Rogers, Lewis, 1937
Rogers, Owen S., 1937
Rogers, R.L. and H.L. dba Rogers Truck Line, 1937
Rosenthal, H.A. and Freedman, Max dba National Transfer Company, 1937
Ross, Abe, 1937
Ruthstrom, Ed Clarence, 1937
Ryan, Virgil K., 1937
St. Clair, Charles, 1937
Schaub, G.P., 1937
Sells, John, Jr., 1937
Shilling, William Norrel, 1937
Sigmon, R.E., 1937
Sloan, Jess, 1937
Smart, Monte E., 1937
Smith, Cledis W., 1937
Smith, Ralph D., 1937
Smith, Thomas Edgar dba Ahart Van & Storage Company, 1937
Snipes, I.O., 1937
Sooner Distributing Company, Incorporated, 1937
South Texas Coaches, Incorporated, 1937
Box
4-3/410A Adams, D.E. and Montgomery, V.A. dba Adams & Montgomery through Futch, J.S. dba Oklahoma & Texas Transfer Company, 1937-1940
Titles are for the first and last folders in this box; other files present are not listed.
Box
4-3/410B Garner, John A. through Mitchell, C.C., 1937-1940
Titles are for the first and last folders in this box; other files present are not listed.
Box
4-5/22A Rabe, C.E., 1939
Rainbow Truck Line, Incorporated, 1939
Ready, A.M. and Robert E. dba Ready & Son, 1939
Red Arrow Freight Lines, Incorporated, 1939
[2 folders]
Reed, G.T., 1939
Reed, Herbert, 1939
Reiger, A.W., 1939
Reilly, W.T., 1939
Reynolds, George E. dba Reynolds Motor Freight Lines, 1939
Rigsby, Gus, 1939
Riley, Edward Francis, 1939
Riley, Jesse L. dba Riley's Truck Line, 1939
Robinson, Frank, 1939
J.H. Robinson Truck Lines, Incorporated, 1939
[3 folders]
Robison, J.A. dba La-Tex. Motor Lines, 1939
Rogers, Cecil, 1939
Rogers, Lewis, 1939
Rogers, Owen S., 1939
Rogers, R.L. and H.L. dba Robers Truck Line, 1939
Rooks, John Robert, 1939
Rowntree, E.E., 1939
Ruby, M.E., 1939
[2 folders]
Runnels, Mrs. Jack, 1939
Rust, J.W., 1939
Sargent, Dot, 1939
Scoby Fireproof Storage Company, 1939
Settles, Rowan, 1939
Shackelford, Bert, 1939
Shipp, Robert, Sr., 1939
Simmons, Lawrence M., 1939
[2 folders]
Simons, A.G., 1939
Simpson, Charles, J., 1939
Slemmons, Erby, 1939
Smalley, H.A. and Floyd, 1939
Smith, Benjamine F., 1939
Smith, Billie, 1939
Smith, Cledis W., 1939
Smith, Milton and Bond, D.M. dba Smith & Bond, 1939
Smith, Raymond Haskell, 1939
Sooner Distributing Company, Incorporated, 1939
Southern Pacific Transport Company, 1939
[4 folders]
Squaw Transit Company, 1939
[2 folders]
Kirkpatrick, Max dba Statewide Transit Company, 1939
[2 folders]
Stewart, Fred, 1939
Stoker, Frank B., 1939
Stotts, H.W., 1939
Sullivan, James C., 1939
Sunset Motor Lines, 1939
Swanzy, O.D., 1939
Box
4-5/22B T.S.C. Motor Freight, Incorporated, 1939
Tarry, J.P., 1939
[3 folders]
Tarry Transfer Company, Incorporated, 1939
Tarry Warehouse & Storage Company, Incorporated, 1939
Taylor, Charles C., 1939
Taylor, J.B., Jr., 1939
Tew, O.H., 1939
Texas & Pacific Motor Transport Company, 1939
[2 folders]
Texas Convoy Company, 1939
Labutis, Ralph, Hansen, R.M. and Dahman, Paul E. dba Texas Film Service, 1939
Thomas, Cuthbert David, 1939
Thomas, W.P. and F.H. dba Thomas Brothers, 1939
Tips, Julius C., 1939
Topeka Transfer & Storage Company, 1939
J.L. Tucker Motor Line, 1938
Turner, V.D. dba Turner Transfer, 1939
Turner, W.C., 1939
United Transports, Incorporated, 1939
Van Beekum, C.J., 1939
Velvin, J.P., 1939
Rogers, James R. dba Venus Truck Line, Incorporated, 1939
Venus Truck Line, Incorporated, 1939
Votaw, L.T., 1939
Thomas C.D. and Wallace, Ernest dba Henderson-Shreveport Motor Coaches, 1939
B.F.Walker, Incorporated, 1939
Ward, V.H., 1939
Ware, El. J.,
Wattenburger, D.C., 1939
Webb, P. Jackson, Edge, A.D., Cultertson, W.W., Bretz, C.M., Whatley, R.A., and Arthur, Paul, 1938
Webster Truck Lines, 1939
White, George F., 1939
White, Glen Allen, 1938
Whitener, G.L., 1939
Wilkerson, H.L., 1939
Williams, Wesley Howard dba W.H. Williams, 1939
Wilson, Roy dba Roy Wilson Transfer & Warehouse, 1939
Wimpee, H.A. dba Kaufman Motor Lines, 1939
Wolverton, Charles T., Jr., 1939
Wood, Tom W. and Jenkins, Sam C. dba Sam C. Jenkins & Company, 1939
Woody, O.A., 1939
Wright, Fred, 1939
Yates, Willis Jackson, 1939
Young, Fred, 1939
Zanes, Walter dba Zanes Freight Agency, 1939
[2 folders]
Zero Transportation Company, Incorporated, 1939
Box
4-5/8 N, 1948-1953
O, 1947-1953
P, 1948
Powell, G.B., et al., 1950
Q, 1948-1954
R, 1947-1954
Red Arrow Freight Line, 1951-1954
J.H. Robinson Truck Lines, Incorporated, 1949-1954
S, 1947-1954
[2 folders]
T, 1946-1954
Texas Motor Coaches, 1949
U, 1947-1954
V, 1947-1953
Victory Truck Lines, 1947
Box
4-5/10 Curry Motor Freight Line, 1949
[One folder in this box.]
Box
4-5/19A Burlington Truck Lines of Texas, Incorporated, 1955-1956
[19 envelopes]
Box
4-5/19B Burlington Truck Lines of Texas, Incorporated, 1955-1956
[17 envelopes]

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