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Overview

Agency History

George W. Bush Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

General Counsel's general correspondence, 1963-1964, 1975, 1985-2000, bulk 1995-2000,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Governor George W. Bush:

An Inventory of Governor George W. Bush General Counsel General Correspondence Located at the George W. Bush Presidential Library, 1963-1964, 1975, 1985-2000, bulk 1995-2000



Overview

Creator: Texas. Governor (1995-2000 : Bush)
Title: Governor George W. Bush General Counsel general correspondence
Dates: 1963-1964, 1975, 1985-2000
Dates: bulk 1995-2000
Abstract: The General Counsel to the Texas governor provides statute interpretations; tracks cases of inmates on death row; handles pardon requests sent to the governor; reviews proposed settlements, land patents, and other legal documents; analyzes proposed legislation and regulations; assists appointments staff; handles extradition and requisition matters; coordinates ethics guidelines and training for the governor's office; advises the governor on federal programs administered by the state; coordinates the governor's criminal justice policy; provides legal advice and handles litigation filed against the governor or the Governor's Office. The general correspondence of Texas Governor George W. Bush's General Counsel consists of incoming and outgoing letters, and attachments such as court records, resumes, and legislation, dating 1963-1964, 1975, 1985-2000, bulk 1995-2000, divided into topical files and correspondence with constituents. Topical files concern consular matters, inmate correspondence, executive clemency requests, Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) correspondence, ethics, Attorney General correspondence (includes files on claims and child support), and personnel correspondence (generally letters of resignation, letters of appointment, or applications for jobs/internships). The constituent correspondence covers a wide variety of issues, usually involving legal issues or a request handled by the General Counsel's office, such as requests for pardons, emergency medical reprieves for inmates, or paroles. Topics covered in other types of requests include disciplinary proceedings, counties asking for a ban on fireworks, consular notification of foreign nationals in Texas prisons, treatment of prisoners, Republic of Texas (separatist group), environmental issues, Internet privacy, medical malpractice claims, interstate child custody court jurisdiction, Indian gambling casinos, gambling indictments, proposed legislation, and development of the Texas Legal Service Plan Special Committee.
Quantity: 6.4 cubic ft.
Location: These records are located at the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English .
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The governor of Texas is the chief executive officer of the state, elected by the citizens every four years. The duties and responsibilities of the governor include serving as commander-in-chief of the state's military forces; convening special sessions of the legislature for specific purposes; delivering to the legislature at the beginning of each regular session a report on the condition of the state, an accounting of all public money under the governor's control, a recommended biennial budget, an estimate of the amounts of money required to be raised by taxation, and any recommendations he deems necessary; signing or vetoing bills passed by the legislature; and executing the laws of the state. The governor can grant reprieves and commutations of punishment and pardons, upon the recommendation of the Board of Pardons and Paroles, and revoke conditional pardons. He appoints numerous state officials (with the consent of the Senate), fills vacancies in state and district offices (except vacancies in the legislature), calls special elections to fill vacancies in the legislature, fills vacancies in the United States Senate until an election can be held, and serves as ex officio member of several state boards.

The office of governor was first established by the Constitution of 1845 and superseded the office of president of the Republic of Texas. The position now exists under authority of Article IV, Section 1 of the Constitution of 1876 and Texas Government Code, Chapter 401. To be elected governor, a person must be at least thirty years old, a United States citizen, and a resident of Texas for at least five years preceding the election. In 1972, the term of office was extended from two to four years, effective in 1975. Since 1856 the governor has had the use of the Governor's Mansion.

In 1999 there were 198 full time equivalent employees in the Office of the Governor. Thirteen divisions outside of the Executive Office assist the governor in carrying out his functions: Administration, Appointments, Budget & Planning, Communications, General Counsel, Legislative, Policy, Scheduling, Criminal Justice Division, Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities, Office of Film, Music, Television and Multimedia Industries, Women's Commission, and Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness.

The General Counsel position within the Texas Office of the Governor was created in October 1973 when the Executive Director of the Governor's Criminal Justice Division appointed an individual as General Counsel, to assist him in providing statute interpretations and in other matters relating to policies and procedures. Today the Office of the General Counsel is a separate division in the Governor's Office. During the Bush Administration, Alberto Gonzales served as General Counsel, succeeded in 1998 by Margaret Wilson.

Duties of the General Counsel include providing statute interpretations; tracking inmates on death row as their cases move through the judicial process including all appeals to the governor for commutations or stays of execution; handling pardon requests sent to the governor; reviewing proposed settlements, land patents, grant requests, contracts, easements, and deeds for the governor; analyzing proposed legislation and regulations for validity and legal effect; assisting appointments staff in determining eligibility and other legal issues related to proposed appointments; handling extradition and requisition matters; coordinating ethics guidelines and training for the governor's office; advising the governor on federal programs administered by the state; coordinating the governor's criminal justice policy with the governor's Policy Director; and providing legal advice and handling litigation filed against the governor or the Governor's Office, in conjunction with actions of the Attorney General on the governor's behalf.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 9th and 10th eds., (1996 and 1999); the contents of the records; and versions of the Governor's Office web site during Governor Bush's term available on the Internet Archive at http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on March 3, 2009.)

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George W. Bush Biographical Sketch

George W. Bush served as governor of Texas from January 17, 1995 to December 21, 2000, resigning as governor in the middle of his second term to become president of the United States.

He challenged the incumbent governor, Democrat Ann Richards, running on promises to improve public education and to reform the juvenile justice system, welfare, and the state's tort laws -- the system under which an injured person may sue for damages. During the 74th Legislature in 1995, he worked with the Democrats who controlled both houses of the Texas legislature and managed to get bills passed that dealt with the four issues he had emphasized in his campaign. Bush was seen as pro-business and a consensus-builder.

Bush advocated and signed the two largest tax cuts to date in Texas history, totaling over $3 billion. To pay for the cuts, he sought (unsuccessfully) federal approval of a plan to privatize Texas' social services. Education reform was a priority throughout his terms, with legislation emphasizing local control of schools, higher standards, and a revised curriculum. Controversy has followed, with charter schools mired in financial scandals and protests against one test determining a child's promotion. After winning reelection in 1998, Bush began his bid for the presidency and was not as involved in the 76th Legislature in 1999.

George W. Bush was born July 6, 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut and grew up in Midland and Houston, Texas. He graduated from Andover Academy, and received a bachelor's degree from Yale University and a master's from Harvard Business School. He served as a pilot in the Texas Air National Guard. In 1978, Bush was defeated in a run for the U.S. Congress in West Texas. He was involved in energy exploration from the 1970s into the 1980s. From 1989 until his election as governor, Bush worked with the Texas Rangers baseball organization, leading a group of partners in purchasing the team, and then serving as managing general partner. He married Laura Welch in 1977; they have two daughters.

(Sources include: Versions of the Governor's Office web site during Governor Bush's term available on the Internet Archive at http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on March 3, 2009.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The General Counsel is responsible for a variety of legal issues in the Texas Office of the Governor. This is the general correspondence of Texas Governor George W. Bush's General Counsel, dating 1963-1964, 1975, 1985-2000, bulk 1995-2000. The files consist of incoming and outgoing letters, and attachments, such as court records, resumes, and legislation divided into topical files and correspondence with constituents. Topical files concern consular matters, inmate correspondence, executive clemency requests, correspondence with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ), ethics, Attorney General (AG) correspondence (includes files on claims and child support), and personnel correspondence (generally letters of resignation, letters of appointment, or applications for jobs/internships).

The constituent correspondence covers a wide variety of issues, usually involving legal issues or a request handled by the General Counsel's office, like requests for pardons, emergency medical reprieves for inmates, or paroles that comprise the majority of requests for assistance. Topics covered in other types of requests include disciplinary proceedings, counties asking for a ban on fireworks, consular notification of foreign nationals in Texas prisons, treatment of prisoners, Republic of Texas (separatist group), environmental issues, Internet privacy, medical malpractice claims, interstate child custody court jurisdiction, Indian gambling casinos, gambling indictments, proposed legislation, and development of the Texas Legal Service Plan Special Committee. There are some letters between the General Counsel's Office and various government officials (mostly state, some local and federal officials as well), filed by the last name of the correspondent instead of being filed by the office.

Correspondents include state and federal officials, legislators, local officials, law firms, citizens, inmates, companies, board and commission members, and the General Counsel (GC), Deputy GC or other GC staff. Also present are cover letters for executive orders that were issued and some correspondence between the AG and the GC or Bush. The orders are not present. Most of the outgoing letters are signed by the Deputy or Assistant General Counsel - Petrus (Pete) Wassdorf or Donna Garcia Davidson, some by Stuart Bowden; a few are signed by the General Counsel, who was Alberto Gonzales during most of the period, succeeded by Margaret Wilson.

An item level index to portions of the General Counsel's records, created by the Governor's Office, is available electronically. Contact Texas State Archives staff for assistance.

This finding aid describes one series of Texas Governor George W. Bush's records. See Texas Governor George W. Bush: An Introduction to Governor George W. Bush Records for more records series. If you are reading this electronically, click on the link to go to the finding aid. If you are reading this in the Archives Reading Room, the overall finding aid is found at a separate divider within the binder.

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Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged into two groups: Topical files and Constituent files. The topical files are further arranged by type of request or office. The constituent files are arranged alphabetically by name of the constituent.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to: social security numbers, common law privacy (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.101); names of recipients of social services (V.T.C.A., Human Resources Code, Title 2, Section 12.003 and/or V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.101); email addresses (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.137); driver's license numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.130); names of victims of sexual assaults or names of child abuse victims (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.101); medical records (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.101); audit working papers ( V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.116); constituent correspondence with legislators (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 306.003-004); attorney fee bills (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.022(a)(16)); bank account and shipping account numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Article 552.136); criminal histories prepared by the Department of Public Safety, information about inmates incarcerated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice received from the Board of Pardons and Paroles, and information created by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.101 (information confidential by law, Texas Government Code, Section 508.313)); crime victim impact statement (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.1325); law enforcement records (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.108); grand jury records (V.T.C.A., Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 20.02); home address and phone numbers of government employees and peace officers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117); attorney-client privilege (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.107); agency memoranda/attorney work product (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.111); and autopsy photographs (V.T.C.A., Code of Criminal Procedures, Article 49.25 [989a]), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 552). The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (https://www.tsl.state.tx.us/requestgovernorbushrecords.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information requested. (Note: The Governor's Office has requested that the State Archives contact the Public Information Coordinator for the Governor's Office when we receive a Public Information Act request for these records.) If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. 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.
Personal Names:
Gonzales, Alberto R.
Wilson, Margaret A.
Wassdorf, Pete--(Petrus)
Davidson, Donna Garcia.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Office of the Governor. Office of the General Counsel.
Subjects:
Criminal justice, Administration of--Texas.
Government attorneys--Texas.
Child support--Texas.
Gambling--Texas.
Prisoners--Medical care--Texas.
Pardon--Texas.
Parole--Texas.
Separatist movements.
Gambling on Indian reservations--Texas.
Malpractice--Texas.
Fireworks--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Officials and employees--Selection and appointment.
Texas--Politics and government--1951-
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Governors--bulk 1995-2000.
Functions:
Advising Texas governors.

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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
Texas, Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division, Records, 1973-1990, bulk 1987-1990, 28 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Mark White, Records, 1947, 1962-1987, undated, bulk 1983-1986, 424.75 cubic ft. (see the series General Counsel files, 1947, 1962-1986, 4.3 cubic ft.)
Texas Governor George W. Bush General Counsel execution files, 1886, 1892, 1903, 1912-1921, 1925, 1932, 1939-2000, bulk 1986-2000, 68.24 cubic ft.
Texas Governor George W. Bush General Counsel legal opinions and advice, 1892, 1918, 1921, 1925, 1932, 1942-1944, 1948, 1954, 1956, 1963, 1965, 1968-1969, 1972-2000, bulk 1995-2000, 14 cubic ft.
Texas Governor George W. Bush, General Counsel's executive clemency files, 1961, 1965, 1968, 1974, 1983-2000, bulk 1995-2000, 1.5 cubic ft.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Texas Governor George W. Bush General Counsel general correspondence. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession number: 2002/151

In December 2000, Governor George W. Bush designated the George Bush Presidential Library as the repository for the records from his tenure as Governor of Texas, under authority of Texas Government Code, Section 441.201. Shortly after he left office, the records were shipped to the Bush Library in College Station, Texas. Texas Attorney General John Cornyn ruled the records are state records subject to the Texas Public Information Act and the management of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission even after transfer to a federal facility (Opinion No. JC-0498, May 3, 2002). In July 2002 the records were transferred from the Bush Library to the Texas State Archives in Austin for preparation for research use. In June 2003, a memorandum of understanding signed by representatives of the National Archives and Records Administration, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, and George W. Bush replaced a January 2002 interim memorandum of understanding. The records were moved to the George W. Bush Presidential Library in February 2013.

Processing Information

Laura K. Saegert, March 2004

Finding aid updated by Tonia J. Wood, April 2013

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

General Counsel's general correspondence, 1963-1964, 1975, 1985-2000, bulk 1995-2000,
6.4 cubic ft.

[Note: The majority of the files contain notes and/or draft of letters, possibly excepted from disclosure under agency memoranda/attorney work product (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.111). Because these items are present in the majority of folders they are not individually marked as confidential in the folder inventory.]
Topical files
Box
2002/151-185 Administrative correspondence, application letters, 1996-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers, driver's license numbers]
Administrative correspondence, personnel, 1995-2000
[18 folders]
[Majority of the letters are resignation notices from appointees to various state boards and committees; some are from legislators, district attorneys, or judges. Letters are usually accompanied by a copy of the letter appointing the successor; other letters are generally requests for consideration for jobs or internships in the General Counsel's Office.]
[Folders 1-10, 15-18 contain possibly excepted information: social security numbers, home addresses of state officials]
[Folders 11 and 14 contain possibly excepted information: social security numbers, driver's license numbers]
[Folder 17 contains possibly excepted information: email addresses]
Attorney General:
[A number of letters to Attorney General Dan Morales from the governor's general counsel or his staff are filed in the constituent correspondence files, under Morales.]
Child support:
Attorney General report to legislature and governor, 1995
Correspondence, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: child support case file, social security numbers]
Correspondence, 1995-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: child support case information]
Correspondence, 1998-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers, child support case information]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique numbers: 9804060139]
Claims, 2000
Correspondence, 2000
Court filing, 1998
Indemnification:
[These are claims made pursuant to Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, Section 110.001 and Texas Insurance Code, Section 5.15-4, in which the state is required to indemnify an eligible health care provider.]
1995-1996
1996
1996
1996-1997
1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
Opinion requests:
1998-1999
1999
2000
Consular matters, 1997-2000
[4 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: law enforcement offense report]
Criminal Justice Division, 1994-1999
[2 folders]
Ethics, 1997-1999
[2 folders]
Executive clemency, 1995-1997
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9710070156]
Cary Houston case/MHMR (Mental Health and Mental Retardation Dept.) matter, 1995-1999
[8 folders]
[Folder 2 contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9903010106]
[Folder 3 contains correspondence assigned the following unique numbers: 9811060133, 9811060135]
[Folder 4 contains correspondence assigned the following unique numbers: 9712120230, 9712120137]
[Folder 6 contains correspondence assigned the following unique numbers: 9509150259, 9509180117, 9507110410]
[Folder 7 contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9507070072]
[Folder 8 contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9503280152]
Inmate correspondence, 1995-1999
Major (Retired) Dean A. Roome, AFBCMR Case No. 90-01988, 1985-1987, 1996-2000
[5 folders]
[Folder 3 contains possibly excepted information: psychiatric evaluation]
[Folder 4 contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
TDCJ (Texas Department of Criminal Justice), 1996-1999
[2 folders]
[A number of letters with Wayne Scott, director of TDCJ, from the governor's general counsel or his staff are filed in the constituent correspondence files, under Scott.]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice inmate records]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: home address of state employee]
Transportation [San Felipe], 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9508250234]
Constituent correspondence files
Box
2002/151-185 Abbott-Abney, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9508080124]
Abney-Abshire, M., 1995-1997
Abshire, R., 1994-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: email addresses]
Acres-Adams, E., 1995-1996
Adams, J.-Addington, 1995-1996
Aderhold-Aguilar, 1995-1998
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9807280016]
Akayev-Allbaugh, 1995-1999
Allbaugh-Alvey, 1995-1997
Box
2002/151-186 Alvites-Anderburg, 1996-1999
Anderson, C.-Anderson, R., 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9604020164]
Anderson, S., 1995-1996
Anderson, S.-Armijo, 1992, 1995-1998
Armstead-Ascona, 1995-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers, personnel records]
Attorney General-Azlin, 1995-2000
Babbitt-Bacarisse, 1995-2000
Bacarisse-Bacon, 1996-1999
Bacon-Balch, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: name of juvenile offender]
Baldridge, 1998
[2 folders]
Baldridge-Baldwin, E., 1996-1999
Baldwin, 1996
[2 folders]
[Both folders contain possibly excepted information: common law privacy, social security numbers]
Baldwin, H., 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Ball-Barnes, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: name of juvenile offender, social security numbers]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9605090161]
Barnett-Barton, 1995-2000
Bashour, 1997
[2 folders]
Bates-Beaty, 1994-1997
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9603050127]
Beggs-Bellamy, 1995-1998
Belmar-Bender, 1996-2000
Benjamin-Beran, 1996-1998
Beratto-Bettis, 1995-1996
Bick-Bickerstaff, 1996
Bickerstaff, 1996
Bickerstaff-Blagg, 1993-1997
Blagg-Bluiett, 1995-1999
Boehm-Bonilla, 1995-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: name of juvenile offender]
Bonilla-Borders, 1995-1996
Boring-Born, 1995-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: medical evaluation, social security number, driver's license number, common law privacy - name of pardoned felon whose record was expunged]
Bostock-Bowers, 1995-1996
Bowers, 1995-ca. 1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9511290383]
Brady-Bridges, 1995-1999
Briggs-Bright, 1995-1999
Bright-Broderson, 1995-2000
Broussard-Brown, C., 1995-1998
Brown, C., 1997
[2 folders]
Brown, D.-Bruce, 1995-2000
Brugger-Brummett, 1996-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Bugge-Burritt, 1995-1996
Burt, 1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9901150140]
Butler-Camenish, 1995-1999
Cameron-Campbell, 1995-1998
Camponovo, 1999
[5 folders]
[files re: Canadian Joseph Stanley Faulder's upcoming execution]
Carlow-Carlson, 1995-1998
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9809120073]
Carlton-Carter, 1995-2000
Carvin-Castillo, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9807280019]
Cathey-Charnock, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy, social security number]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9605010262]
Chase-Cherna, 1995-1996
Childers-Clanton, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9802051025]
Clark-Clinton, 1996-1999
Clegg-Cole, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number, name of juvenile offender, common law privacy]
Cole-Connor, 1995-2000
Connor-Cook, K., 1995-1998
Cook, M.-Cordia, 1995-19999
Cordobes-Cornyn, 1997-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 2005030009]
Cornyn-Counsellor, 1995-1999
Counties (various, asking for firework bans), 1996
Coward-Crutcher, 1996-1999
Cox-Crabtree, 1995-1996
Crabtree-Crawford, 1995-1996
Crawford, D.-Crawford, R., 1995-1996
Crawford, R., 1993-1997
[2 folders]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9702060410]
Crosby, 1994-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: Department of Criminal Justice records]
Crosby-Crowell, 1995-1998
Box
2002/151-187 Crowson-Crump, 1996-1997
Cruz-Davila, 1995-2000
Davis, G.-Davis, K., 1995-1996
Davis, K.-Davis, L., 1995-1996
Davis, L.-Davis, R., 1995-1996
Dawson-Brown--Deavenport, 1995-1997
DeBois-DeHaven, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 2001180166]
Deel-Denton, E., 1995-1999
Denton, E., 1998
Denton, M., 1996-1999
[2 folders]
[Both folders contain possibly excepted information: common law privacy, home address and phone numbers of government employees]
Devlin-DiFalco, 1995-1997
Dillard, 1996
[2 folders]
Dillard-Dollar, 1995-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
Donovan-Downs, 1995-1998
Doyle-Duggan, 1995-1999
Duke-Durham, 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
Eaton-Edwards, ca. 1995-1997
Edwards, D.-Eichelberger, 1996-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy-alleged child abuse]
El Ashram-Ervin, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9809280128]
Ervin-Espinoza, 1995-1999
Estes-Eubank, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9908090717]
Eubank, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: attorney-client privilege]
Eubank, 1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: attorney-client privilege]
Eubank, 1995
Evans-Ezell, 1996-1997
Faber-Fan, 1996-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: attorney-client privilege, social security numbers]
Farmer-Fine, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique numbers: 9604100104, 9901120158]
Finklestein-Flores, C., 1995-2000
Flores, R.-Foshee, 1995-2000
Foster, Steven, 1997-1999
[3 folders]
[All folders contain possibly excepted information: common law privacy-child support case case information]
[Folders 2 and 3 contain possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Foster, S.-Freund, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: letters to the Board of Pardons and Paroles]
Freund-Galati, 1995-1998
Galfione-Garcia, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Garcia-Reed--Gardner, G., 1995-1996
Gardner, P.-Gately, 1995-1999
Gatlin-Gipson, E., 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 2001040228]
Gipson, L.-Gonzales, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9703110286]
Goodman, 1995-1996
Goodson-Gowin, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: email addresses]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 2010050080]
Graff-Greenberg, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: email address]
Greer, 1994-1995
[2 folders]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: audit working papers]
Griffin-Guerro, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: letters to the BPP, home address and phone numbers of state officials]
Guillory-Gunter, 1963, 1990, 1995-1998
Gunter, 1963-1964, 1990, 1998
Guiterrez, F.-Guiterrez, N., 1996-2000
Hadley-Hall, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
Halliburton, D., 1992-1999
[2 folders]
[Both folders contain possibly excepted information: medical records, TDCJ records]
[Folder 2 contains possibly excepted information: letters to BPP]
Halliburton-Hamideh, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy-alleged sexual abuse]
Hamilton-Hannan, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Harkin-Hansen, S., 1992-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy - child support case information]
Hansen, S., 1995
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique numbers: 9502160768, 9501250165]
Harber-Harris, D., 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: email address, social security numbers, common law privacy-child support case information]
Harris, L.-Harvey, T., 1995-1999
Harvey, T., 1995
Harvey, T., 1994-1995
[2 folders]
Harvey, T.-Hawley, 1995-1998
Hawn, B. (State of Texas Master Facilities Plan), 1995
Hayes-Hebler, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: bank account numbers]
Hedlund-Herasimchuk, 1995-1999
Herasimchuk-Herndon, 1995-2000
Box
2002/151-188 Herndon, 1995
Herrera-Hicks, 1996-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9903090477]
Higgins-Hinkle, 1995-1998
Hinojosa-Hoffman, 1995-1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9606190138, 9606140003]
Hoffmeister-Holmes, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: constituent correspondence with legislator]
Holmes, 1996
[2 folders]
Holmes-Housewright, 1996-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9808060204]
Housewright-Hughes, 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number, driver's license number, email address, name of juvenile offender]
Hughes, D., 1994-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9905130072]
Hughes, K.-Hyden, 1995-2000
Ibarra-Ivy, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: account numbers, TDCJ records, medical records]
Jackson-Jay, 1994-1999
Jayson-Jibson, 1995-2000
Jimerfield-Johndroe, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and phone numbers of state employees]
Johnson, A., 1999
Johnson, E.-Johnson, M., 1996-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
Johnson, P.-Johnson, R., 1996-1999
Johnson, S.-Johnson, W., 1998-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9807210037]
Johnson, W.-Jonas, 1995-1998
Jonas-Jones, C., 1995-1996
Jones, D., 1981-1984, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records, criminal history]
Jones, D.-Jordan, D., 1995-1997
Jordan, P.-Justice, 1995-1999
Kaderka-Kane, 1996-2000
Karnes-Keesee, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9909070012]
Keeton-Keller, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
Keller, 2000
Kelley-Kessling, 1995-1999
Ketchum-Killion, 1995-1999
Killion-King, M., 1995-2000
King, M.-Knox, 1995-2000
Knuppel, 1995-1998
[3 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: law enforcement offense report and investigation files]
Kolaya-Krishen, 1995-2000
Krugar-Kyle, 1995-1996
LaBrec-Laney, 1996-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9909070018]
Laney, 1995
Langford-Layman, 1995-1997
Leal-Leininger, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9901120293]
Lehman-Levesque, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: letters to BPP]
Levy-Lewis, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 2006210294]
Li-Lightsey, 1995-1999
Lima-Llemann, 1995-1998
Lobel-Lopez, T., 1995-1998
Lopez, V., 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and phone number of state employee, social security number]
Love-Lucky, 1996-1999
Luedecke-Lynch, 1995-1998
McAllister-McBreath, 1995-1998
McBryde-McClendon, 1995-1999
McClendon-McDorum, 1995-1999
McDowell-McKinney, 1995-1998
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique numbers: 9704210284, 9704180019]
McKissick-Macy, 1995-1996
Magee, Doug, 2000
[2 folders]
[Both folders contain possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
[Files concern the David Wayne Spence execution and contain a copy of the execution summary.]
Magers-Mallard, 1995-1998
Mallet-Manders, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Manley-Mansur, 1991-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9603220222]
Marcus-Martin, J., 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: [common law privacy]
Martin, H.-Martinez, 1995-1997
Massimin-Mathseon, 1995-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Matheson, 1997
Mathew-Mauro, 1995-1997
Mauro-Medrano, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number]
Meier-Merchant, 1996-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: name of juvenile offender]
Merchant-Mfume, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 960310282]
Michaelis-Miller, J., 1996-1999
Box
2002/151-189 Miller, J.-Milligan, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9908100156]
Millwee-Moehnke, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9611210061]
Moldenhauer-Moore, A., 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9805010237]
Moore, C.-Moore, V., 1995-1999
Moos-Morales, Dan, 1996-1998
Morales, Dan, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Moravec-Morrissey, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9603200141]
Moser-Munguia, 1995-2000
Murdock-Nabelek, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: driver's license number, social security number]
Nagorni-Nannen, 1995-1999
Nannen-Nesenholtz, 1975, 1995-1999
New-Newberry, D., 1992-1995
[Contains possibly excepted information: driver's license number]
Newberry, L.-Newton, 1995-1996
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9510250097]
NGA-Nixon, 1995-2000
Noble-Norton, 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: child support case information]
Norwood-Oliver, J., 1996-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address of state official]
Oliver, J., 1995-1996
Oliver, J., 1995
Oliver, Julie, 1995
[2 folders]
[re: Texas Legal Services Plan]
Oliver, Julie-Oyervides, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9906020047]
Paasch-Patocka, 1995-2000
Patterson, D.-Patterson, P., 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: constituent correspondence with legislator]
Patton, J., 1994-1997
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9605230190]
Paul-Payne, 1995-1999
Pechacek-Pennington, 1995-1996
Pennington-Perez, 1995-1999
Perrone, 1994-1996
Perry-Phenix, 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9803040108]
Philippus-Philips, 1995-1998
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9812180419]
Phillips, L., 1996
Phillips, M.-Pinkard, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: email address]
Pineda-Porterfield, 1995-1999
Posamentier-Quintanilla, 1995-1999
Rachel-Rameriz, D., 1995-2000
Rameriz, D.-Ranzer, 1995-1999
Raschke, 2000
Raseley-Raven, 1995-1996
Ray-Reggie, 1995-1996
Reeves-Reynolds, Carl, 1995-1996
Reynolds, Carl, 1996
[2 folders]
[Folder 1 contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
[re: litigation and TDCJ capacity increase]
Reynolds, S.-Rhyne, 1995-1996
Ricard, 1994-1995
[3 folders]
[re: co-generation facility proposal]
Rice-Richards, 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy - child abuse]
Richardson, 1996
Richardson-Rider, 1996-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: attorney fee bills]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9603220578]
Riehl, 1996
[re: Republic of Texas issues]
Riehl-Roberts, 1995-1999
Robertson-Robinson, E., 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: name of juvenile offender]
Robison-Rodriquez, H., 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Rodriguez, Victor:
[chairman, Board of Pardons and Paroles]
1997-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: correspondence with TDCJ, correspondence with BPP]
1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: correspondence with TDCJ, correspondence with BPP, common law privacy]
1996-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: correspondence with BPP, TDCJ records, common law privacy - sexual abuse]
1996-1997
1995-1996
[2 folders]
[re: draft of parole guidelines and response]
1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: BPP records]
Box
2002/151-190 Rogers-Romero, 1995-2000
Romero, 1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9901150260]
Roome, 1985-1987, 1996-2000
[5 folders]
[Folder 3 contains possibly excepted information: psychiatric evaluation]
[Folder 4 contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Roosevelt-Ross, 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Rove, Karl 1997-1998
[re: same sex marriages]
Rowe-Royce, 1996-2000
Royce, 1999-2000
Rubio-Rutter, 1992-1999
Rutter-Rylander, 1995-1996
Sadberry-Saginaw, 1995-1997
Salinas, G.-Salinas, R., 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: home address and phone numbers of a peace officer]
Saludos Hispanos, 1994-1995
Salvato-Sanders, S., 1995-1998
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9810310091]
Sandoval-Scamardo, 1995-1998
Scarberry-Schriener, 1995-2000
Schultz-Scott, Wayne, 1995-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: medical records]
[Wayne Scott was the director of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.]
Scott, Wayne, 1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: medical record, law enforcement offense report]
Scott, Wayne, 1996-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: TDCJ records]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9605240135]
Seale-Senter, 1996-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: email address, social security numbers]
Sergi-Shanklin, 1987, 1995-2000
Shannon-Shellan, 1995-2000
Shelley-Shirley, 1995-1998
Shivers-Simmons, 1995-1999
Simons-Singleton, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Sitton-Smith, E., 1998-1999
Smith, G.-Smith, L., 1996-2000
Smith, L.,-Smith, M., 1996-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy - name of sexual assault victim, email address, social security number]
Smith, Pa-Smith, Pr, 1995-1998
Smith, R.-Smith, T., 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: constituent correspondence with legislator]
Sommers-Spearman, 1995-1999
Speece, R., 1996
Speece, R.-Stansberry, 1996-1997
Staten-Stowers, 1995-2000
Streetman-Summer, 1995-1998
Supan-Sweeney, 1995-2000
Swerske-Sykes, 1996-2000
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Tantanner-Taylor, B., 1996-2000
Taylor, L.-Teague, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security numbers]
Teer, 2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 2001200257]
Tejas-Thomas, 1995-1999
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9803020277]
Thomas, J.-Thompson, G., 1995-2000
Thompson-Tiller, 1995-2000
Tilling-Timmerman, 1996-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Tinsley-Triana, 1995-2000
Trostman-Tucker, 1995-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Tucker, D.-Turner, C., 1995-1999
Turner, D.-Turner, J., 1995-1996
Urbina-Valentine, 1995-1997
Valdes-Van Willson, 1995-1999
Van Winkle, 2000
Van Wyk, 1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: medical records, common law privacy]
Vanzandt-Vasquez, J., 1995-1997
Vasquez, J., 1995-1996
Vasquez, K.-Veasey, 1995-1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy]
Veasey-Vega, 1995-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: child support case work, social security numbers]
Vega, J.-Velez, 1994-1996
[Contains possibly excepted information: attorney client privilege]
Vera-Villaquiran, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: phone numbers of goverment employees]
Villaquiran-Voiles, 1996-1999
Vojvoditch, 1997
Vollette-Von Doenhoff, 1995-1996
Waginski-Walewski, 1996-2000
Walker-Ward, D., 1995-2000
Box
2002/151-191 Ward, S.-Warner, 1996-1999
Washington-Watkins, 1995-1999
Watson, E., 1998
[Contains possibly excepted information: social security number, child abuse casework]
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9902010096]
Watson, F.-Watson, K., 1995-1998
Watson, K.-Watt, 1995-1997
Wead-Weinacht, 1995-2000
Weiss, J.-Wekselman, 1997-1999
Welch-Westbrook, 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: military record, social security number]
Wheeler, 1994-1997
[2 folders]
[Both folders contain possibly excepted information: grand jury records]
White-Whitfield, 1995-1998
Whitman-Wicks, 1995-1996
Wiegman-Wilde, 1995-1998
Wilde-Williams, G., 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: socisal security numbers]
Williams, I.-Williams, V., 1995-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: common law privacy, constituent correspondence with legislator]
Willis-Wilson, J., 1995-2000
Wilson, Ja.-Wilson, Jo., 1995-1996
Wilson, L.-Wisdom, 1995-1997
Wolfe, 1996-1997
[Contains possibly excepted information: medical record, correspondence with TDCJ]
Wolverton-Wulfe, 1995-2000
[File contains correspondence assigned the following unique number: 9604010035]
Wynne-Young, 1995-2000
Yselta del Sur Pueblo (Tigua Indians), 1999
Zablosky-Zincone, 1996-1999
[Contains possibly excepted information: account numbers (shipping account)]

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