Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Youth Commission:

An Inventory of Morales Case Files at the Texas State Archives, 1949-1990, undated (bulk 1969-1989)



Overview

Creator: Texas Youth Commission.
Title: Morales case files
Dates: 1949-1990, undated
Dates: (bulk 1969-1989)
Abstract: Types of material found in the Morales case files include legal documents, reports, correspondence, memoranda, trial proceedings, testimony, depositions, charts, drafts, publications, administrative records, photocopies, clippings, manuals, field notes, and eight photographs. The records range in date from 1949 until 1990 and undated (bulk 1969-1989). These are records from the Morales v. Turman lawsuit, filed by students in several state juvenile correctional institutions against the Texas Youth Commission. The materials document the entire thirteen-year history of the Morales lawsuit, from its inception to the final report of the Consultants Committee.
Quantity: 37.6 cubic ft.
Language English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

Juvenile corrections efforts by the state began in 1887 with the passage of legislation for a House of Correction and Reformatory (House Bill 21, 20th Legislature, Regular Session). This correctional facility for boys began operation in 1889 in Gatesville. In 1913, the 33rd Legislature authorized the creation of the Girl's Training School (House Bill 570, Regular Session), a correctional facility for girls in Gainesville. It began operation in 1916. In 1945, the legislature approved the establishment of the State Training School for Delinquent and Dependent Colored Girls (Senate Bill 46, 49th Legislature, Regular Session). Located in Brady, it began operation in 1947. Between 1887 and 1920, separate boards of directors managed each of these schools and reported directly to the Governor. The Texas State Board of Control, created by the 36th Legislature in 1919 (Senate Bill 147, Regular Session) took over management of the three schools from 1920 to 1949.

Additional 1887 legislation established facilities to care for dependent and neglected children. The State Orphan's Asylum (later known as the Corsicana State Home), began operation in 1889 in Corsicana (Senate Bill 261, 20th Legislature, Regular Session, 1887). Further legislation in 1887 created another home (House Bill 445, 20th Legislature, Regular Session), located in Austin, known as the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum for Colored Youth (later named the Texas Blind, Deaf and Orphan School). A third home was established in 1919 and located in Waco (House Bill 112, 36th Legislature, Regular Session), the State Home for Dependent and Neglected Children (later known as the Waco State Home). The state homes, as with the schools for delinquent children, were managed by the Board of Control beginning in 1920. Management of the Waco State Home passed to the Department of Public Welfare in 1939 (Senate Bill 36, 46th Legislature, Regular Session). Management of the Corsicana State Home, the Texas Blind, Deaf and Orphan Home, and the Waco State Home was transferred to the newly created Texas Board for State Hospitals and Special Schools in 1949 (House Bill 1, 51st Legislature, Regular Session).

In 1947, the 50th Legislature created the State Training Code Commission (Senate Concurrent Resolution 34, Regular Session), composed of seven members appointed by the Governor, to study the state schools for delinquent children and examine the problem of juvenile delinquency. It was to determine changes that would improve the administration of the schools and enable them to more nearly accomplish their broad social objectives. The Commission's report to the 51st Legislature resulted in the creation of the Texas State Youth Development Council.

The State Youth Development Council was created in 1949 (House Bill 705, 51st Legislature, Regular Session). It was composed of six "influential" citizens appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate, and eight ex-officio members - Chairman, Board of Control; Executive Director, Department of Public Welfare; Commissioner of Education; Executive Director, Board for State Hospitals and Special Schools; State Health Officer; Director, Department of Public Safety; Executive Secretary, State Parks Board; and Chairman, Texas Employment Commission. The Governor appointed the chair. The purpose of the Council was to coordinate state efforts to help communities develop and strengthen all child services. It was also directed to administer the state's correctional facilities for delinquent children by providing a program of constructive training aimed at the rehabilitation and successful reestablishment of these children into society. The Council took over control of the correctional schools then managed by the State Board of Control - the Gatesville State School for Boys, Gainesville State School for Girls, and the Brady State School for Delinquent Colored Girls.

The State Youth Development Council became the Texas Youth Council in 1957 (Senate Bill 303, 55th Legislature, Regular Session). It was composed of three members appointed by the governor with consent of the Senate, to six year overlapping terms, and the members elected the chair. The members were to be citizens recognized in their communities for their interest in youth. The size of the commission increased to six in 1975 (Senate Bill 278, 64th Legislature, Regular Session), with the same qualifications applying to the new members. The Youth Council had the same duties as the State Youth Development Council with the additional mandate to provide parole supervision for certain delinquent children until their discharge. The Legislature also directed the Youth Council to operate institutions for dependent and neglected children (Corsicana State Home, Waco State Home, and the Texas Blind, Deaf and Orphan School). During the 1970s the Youth Council initiated a county juvenile probation subsidy program that was transferred to the newly created Texas Juvenile Probation Commission in 1981 (House Bill 1904, 67th Legislature, Regular Session).

In 1971, a class action lawsuit, Morales v. Turman, was brought against the agency, its officers, and staff by children confined in the juvenile corrections facilities. In response to the lawsuit, changes were initiated in the way juvenile correction facilities were operated.

The name of the agency was changed to the Texas Youth Commission in 1983 (Senate Bill 422, 68th Legislature, Regular Session). The Youth Commission operates under the Texas Human Resource Code, Title 3, Chapter 61, as the state's juvenile correction agency. Under Title 3 of the Texas Family Code, the Commission provides for the care, custody, rehabilitation, and reestablishment into society of those youth convicted of delinquent conduct. The Commission operates secure residential, institutional, and community-based programs for delinquent youth, and supervises the youth once they return to the community. It also contracts with private sector providers to operate residential and non-residential services. The agency protects the identities of youth admitted to their facilities by keeping personal information confidential (such as names and home addresses) and not allowing photographs of the children to be taken (without permission of the child) as required by the Texas Family Code, Section 58.005. Care for dependent and neglected children is no longer a function of the Youth Commission. Effective 1992, responsibility for these children is handled by the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services (DPRS). The department was created in 1991 (House Bill 7, 72nd Legislature, First Called Session) and began operation in 1992.

In 1995, the 74th Legislature passed an omnibus juvenile justice reform package, House Bill 327, that changed the way juvenile justice was administered in Texas. The bill expanded the offenses for which a youth could receive a determinate sentence (sentence with a fixed term) to include most violent offenses, such as murder, rape, and aggravated assault. It also enabled supervision of youth to continue into the adult criminal justice system; lowered the age that a juvenile could be tried as an adult from 15 to 14; and directed that both the most violent juvenile defenders, and mentally retarded delinquent youth be sent to the Youth Commission. In light of this new legislation, the Youth Commission provides greater structure, strictly enforced discipline, and increased accountability of the delinquent youth in their programs.

Youth committed for minor offenses are the responsibility of local governments. The Youth Commission receives the most serious offenders with longer sentences. These comprise two categories: committed juveniles and sentenced offenders. Committed juveniles are sent to the Commission by juvenile courts after adjudication, allowing the Youth Commission to determine the length of stay and the type of services provided (e.g., Capitol Offender Program or Chemical Dependency Program). The second category, sentenced offenders, are given a specific sentence through determinate sentencing status and cannot be released prior to their sentence termination.

The agency directly operates fourteen correctional institutions (one more was scheduled to open in 1999) and nine community-based residential programs; and contracts with private sector providers for a variety of residential programs. Through these institutions and facilities the agency provides accredited secondary education, vocational training, and several specialized programs, concerning sex offenders, capital offenders who have committed murder, chemical dependency, resocialization, independent living preparation, mentally retarded youth, and seriously emotionally disturbed youth. The commission also operates a parole system for supervision of youth released from residential programs.

The Texas Youth Commission also administers the Interstate Compact on Juveniles (ICJ) for the state of Texas. The Compact provides for the cooperative supervision of juvenile probationers and parolees who move from state to state. It also provides for the return of non-delinquent runaway youth, parole and probation absconders, and escapees to their home state. The administrators of each state compact are members of the Association of Juvenile Compact Administrators (AJCA). The AJCA holds annual meetings and sponsors mid-winter workshops on relevant juvenile issues.

According to an internal agency history (and repeated by the Handbook of Texas) the roots of the Youth Commission extend back to 1859 when the Eighth Legislature authorized separate corrections facilities for children (the age of criminal responsibility was nine at this time, it was raised to seventeen in 1918). No funding was provided and such facilities were not established until 1887. We were unable to locate the 1859 legislation referred to in these sources.

The commission is headed by an executive director, has about 4900 FTE staff (as of 2001), and manages about 7000 juvenile offenders. It operates under V.T.C.A , Human Resources Code, Title 3, Chapter 61; and the Texas Family Code, Title 3.


Morales Litigation History

The Texas Youth Council [note that the abbreviation TYC is used hereafter to refer to both the Texas Youth Council and, as of September 1,1983, the Texas Youth Commission] was headed by James A. Turman from its inception in 1957 until his resignation on September 21, 1973. He was succeeded in 1973 by Ron Jackson, the Superintendent of Brownwood State Home and School for Girls. During the late 1960's and early 1970's, TYC operated six major institutions for delinquents: Brownwood State Home and School for Girls, Crockett State School for Girls, Gainesville State School for Girls, Giddings State Home and School for Boys, the Mountain View State School for Boys, and Gatesville State Schools for Boys which had seven sub-schools, namely Valley, Hackberry, Riverside, Terrace, Hilltop, Live Oak, and Sycamore. The TYC also operated two Statewide Reception Centers, one at Brownwood for girls and one at Gatesville for boys. In addition, TYC was responsible for several smaller homes for dependent or neglected children, such as the West Texas Children's Home, Waco State Home, and Corsicana State Home. During the 1970's, TYC underwent a massive transformation in response to litigation and court-ordered reforms resulting from the Morales, et al. v. Turman, et al. class action suit on behalf of the committed minors.

The Morales litigation commenced on February 12, 1971, with the filing of a class action suit (the complaint and first amended complaint with two major causes of action) on behalf of those involuntarily committed to the custody of the Texas Youth Council against, both personally and professionally, Dr. James A. Turman, then Executive Director of the TYC, members of the TYC, superintendents of TYC schools, and other employees responsible for the supervision of juveniles committed to TYC custody. The first major hearings occurred on February 16, April 19, and September 7, 1971 under Judge William Wayne Justice of the District Court, Eastern District of Texas, in Tyler, Texas. It was not until November 1972, however, that the Judge issued a summary judgement in favor of the plaintiffs' first cause of action, specifically regarding TYC interference with the attorney-client relationship, ordering the TYC to change its practices and awarding the plaintiffs both general and punitive damages. In December of 1972 Judge Justice issued a second summary judgement in favor of the plaintiffs' second cause of action, regarding the failure of many juvenile courts to provide due process protections for minors. He ordered the defendants to come up with a plan to provide for legal representation of minors throughout Texas and to produce a complete list of all committed minor children and the representation they received prior to commitment, eventually releasing a number of children on due process grounds.

However, during an early portion of this initial case, the plaintiffs, by their attorneys, received permission to interview a majority of TYC inmates, a process not completed until February 1972. Upon review of the interview data, plaintiffs believed they found evidence of pervasive constitutional deprivations suffered by TYC inmates and, on this basis, amended their original complaint (creating the second amended complaint and the third cause). Therefore, though the original scope of the suit was limited to securing private access to counsel and due process protections, the case continued and expanded to include a wide range of issues regarding the nature and adequacy of TYC programs and procedures. The first main premise for this third cause was the perceived failure of the TYC to provide rehabilitative treatment, rather than punishment, for adjudicated youth, in spite of the fact that the constitutionality of juvenile courts specifically depended upon the promise of such rehabilitative treatment. The second major premise for action was based upon perceived constitutional violations falling under the First, Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments, specifically including violations such as censorship of incoming and outgoing mail, prohibition of speaking in languages other than English, physical abuse, use of tear gas for punishment, security/solitary confinement, requiring children to remain silent for punishment or to perform repetitive, degrading and unnecessary tasks for hours, and placement in a maximum security facility without due process. Additional key issues concerned the quality and sufficiency of medical and psychiatric care.

In July and August, 1973, during a six week trial in Tyler, Texas regarding this second complaint and third cause, Judge Justice issued an emergency parliamentary injunction which forbade the continuation of particularly egregious practices and activities that would "work irreparable injury, both physical and psychological, upon members of the plaintiff class." The interim order was followed somewhat later (August 30, 1974) by the Judge's Memorandum Opinion and Order. The bulk of the memorandum dealt with the due process right to treatment, the severe lack of rehabilitative treatment, and the court's order of corrections to conform with this right. As a part of the correction, the court ordered Mountain View and the Gatesville Schools for Boys shut down (as occurred in 1975 and 1979, respectively) and expected TYC to create or discover a system of community-based treatment alternatives.

The TYC appealed the 1974 order, challenging Judge Justice's jurisdiction. In 1976, the Fifth Circuit U. S. Court of Appeals held that because granting the relief sought would entail extensive alterations in virtually every phase of TYC operations, it ought to be retried before a three-judge panel. On a further appeal by the plaintiffs in 1977, however, the U.S. Supreme Court disagreed and held that a single district judge would be appropriate to hear the case, denying the State's Motion for Rehearing and ordering the case to be heard by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; the Supreme Court did not address the substance of Judge Justice's 1974 order. The case returned on remand to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which considered the defendants' claim that they had instituted substantial programmatic changes since 1971 and remanded the case back to the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas and Judge Justice so that he might determine whether or not the same level of injunctive relief was still appropriate.

Before Judge Justice, the parties decided to try and enter as much of the evidence as possible into the record prior to a formal trial. The defendants sought to establish that, to whatever extent egregious practices had existed, both those practices and overall conditions had already been drastically improved. Thus they presented to the court three basic categories of evidence of changed conditions: first, statistical and factual data concerning the student population and staff qualifications; second, descriptive information concerning programming and other aspects of TYC operations; and third, expert evaluations of certain aspects of TYC operations. In addition, some limited formal discovery was submitted and ruled upon by Judge Justice, namely expert evaluations by both parties, the taking of depositions, and the submission of interrogatories. As a part of this evidence gathering process, plaintiffs' lawyers sent out two sets of interrogatories, one general in 1979 and one specific in 1981. On August 21, 1981 the parties and amici filed a Joint Status Report stating that they had agreed to suspend formal discovery pending the completion of both informal discovery and a series of meetings intended to negotiate a settlement of all remaining outstanding issues.

Settlement negotiations were carried out during 1982 and the first proposed settlement agreement was presented to Judge Justice on March 3, 1983. The Judge did not approve the settlement. The parties then submitted a second agreement, which Judge Justice also rejected in a Memorandum Opinion and Order on June 28, 1983. In a hearing on July 11, 1983, the Court accepted the parties' request to have plaintiffs' experts tour all TYC facilities and report back to the Court regarding the state of conditions at a later date. These tours occurred during October and November, 1983, and following their completion, the parties submitted the second amended settlement agreement. Finally, on April 16, 1984, Judge Justice approved the settlement and dismissed the case.

As a required part of the agreement, however, the second amended settlement established the creation of a Committee of Consultants whose purpose was to review the compliance of TYC with the terms of the settlement, to report the results of these reviews to TYC's Executive Director, and to recommend to the TYC answers and solutions to issues and problems which were referred to the Committee by either the terms of the settlement agreement or the Executive Director in the future. The Committee was to consist of three experts (Allen Breed, Milton Shore, and Frank Garfunkel), the chairman and vice-chairman to be chosen from among them, who would serve for four consecutive years, beginning not later than September 1, 1984. Any continuation of the Committee beyond the four year period was up to the discretion of TYC, barring the event that the Committee became involved in litigation against TYC in which case any time spent in litigation would not count as any part of the four total years. Funding was provided by TYC.

To fulfil its purposes, the Committee was to inspect each TYC facility once a year and TYC contract facilities and other programs whenever feasible and appropriate. The scheduling of the inspections was at the discretion of the Committee, which should, but was not required to, give TYC prior notice. Follow up inspections could be performed either with the agreement of the Executive Director or under two exceptional circumstances, namely to observe TYC responses to identified and acknowledged problems or if, after consultation with the Executive Director regarding problems, a majority of the Committee voted to hold follow-up inspections. The Committee had to provide a written report of findings and recommendations within 30 days following inspections and the TYC Board had two weeks, following its first meeting to discuss the report, to respond. Committee members were authorized to request personal meetings with TYC administrators, to meet with staff and students in private, to have unlimited access to all relevant files and records, and to employ consultants, if necessary, to assist them in their work. TYC was required to provide the Committee with a complete set of all rules, policies, procedures, manuals, and newsletters and to select an employee liaison through whom Committee information requests could be made. Specific areas which the Committee was to review included the use of security and isolation, the use and adequacy of the grievance system, the need for and/or availability of student advocates, the adequacy of parole release criteria, the adequacy of due process protections, the role of the Chief of Educational Services, the vocational education programs, the development and monitoring of the TYC program evaluation system, and non-institutional community placement alternatives.

The Committee issued reports in November 1985, December 1986, October 1987, and November 1988 with the consistent findings that the TYC was generally, and increasingly, in compliance with the settlement agreement. The Consultants Committee was not continued beyond its original four year mandate.


Scope and Contents of the Records

Types of material found in the Morales case files include legal documents, reports, correspondence, memoranda, trial proceedings, testimony, depositions, charts, drafts, publications, administrative records, photocopies, clippings, manuals, field notes, and eight photographs. The records range in date from 1949 until 1990 and undated (bulk 1969-1989). These are records from the Morales v. Turman lawsuit, filed by students in several state juvenile correctional institutions against the Texas Youth Commission. The materials document the entire history of the Morales lawsuit, from its inception to the final report of the Consultants Committee.

The records have been arranged in file drawer order with undesignated material at the end remaining in the order in which they arrived. Drawers 1-9, with the exception of Drawer 3, appear to be materials gathered as evidence and in basic preparation for the 1973 trial and the 1974 memorandum opinion and order - some of the materials did become court exhibits. Drawer 3, however, particularly regards the immediate aftermath of the trial and the 1974 memorandum and opinion. Following Drawer 9, the complete 1973 trial proceedings are listed. Drawers B-1 through B-4 appear to contain materials concerning the appeal process, changing conditions at TYC, and information gathered for the potential re-hearing, such as the 1979 and 1981 interrogatories. An exception to this tendency exists among the files marked with roman numerals found in Drawer B-2. These materials generally document the process of the litigation from the initial complaint (regarding lack of access to attorneys and failure to provide the children with due process) up until the actual trial on the second amended complaint (charging major constitutional deprivations). Finally, the undesignated materials primarily concern processes of negotiation, settlement, and the creation and functioning of the Morales Consultants Committee. Some files appear to be numbered according to an unknown system, possibly the date of creation, and their relationship to the surrounding records is unclear, thus they remain in the order in which the State Archives received them. Some records from earlier periods are found randomly among these undesignated materials; some documents are duplicates of earlier records.

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

This series is part of the Texas Youth Commission, Records finding aid. It was removed from that finding aid due to the electronic file size limitations imposed by the online finding aid web site (TARO). If you are reading this electronically, click on the following link to access the finding aid Texas Youth Commission, Records. If you are reading this in paper, the finding aid for the Records is precedes the Morales case file within the same binder.


 

Arrangement of the Records

The records have been arranged in file drawer order with undesignated material at the end remaining in the order in which they arrived. The majority of the documents are in roughly chronological order according to their use or uses during the course of the proceedings.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, names, home addresses and other identifying information of juvenile offenders in the agency's juvenile delinquent system and of dependent and neglected children in any facilities operated by the Texas Youth Commission (V.T.C.A., Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); photographs where individual children in Youth Commission facilities can be identified are also confidential unless the child granted permission to allow the photograph to be taken (V.T.C.A., Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); psychological or psychiatric reports and evalutations (V.T.C.A., Health and Safety Code, Mental Health records, 611.002); medical records (V.T.C.A., Occupations Code, 159.002 (Medical Practice Act)); 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, fax, or email including enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information requested. 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 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.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas Youth Council.
Subjects:
Juvenile corrections--Texas.
Juvenile justice, Administration of--Texas.
Juvenile detention homes--Texas.
Juvenile courts--Texas.
Juvenile delinquency--Texas.
Juvenile delinquents-Rehabilitation--Texas.
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Legal documents--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Memorandums--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Manuals--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Depositions--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Judicial records--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Court records--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Clippings--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Photographs--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Reports--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Publications--Texas--Juvenile corrections--1949-1990.
Functions:
Administration of juvenile corrections.

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
Some governors' records concern the juvenile corrections system and related matters. Check the folder inventories for subject terms such as juveniles and related terms, along with the names of specific institutions and names of the state agencies involved with the management of juvenile delinquent youth.
Texas Youth Commission, Records, 1886-1892, 1902, 1909-2003, undated (bulk 1949-1999), 19.72 cubic ft.
Legislature, House of Representatives, Committee on Juvenile Crime and Delinquency, Minutes and witness affirmations, 1967-1971, fractional [RESTRICTED]
Legislature, House of Representatives, Committee on Youth, Minutes and witness affirmations, 1969-1971, fractional [RESTRICTED]
Legislature, Senate, Committee on Youth Affairs, Records, 1969, 2 cubic ft. [RESTRICTED]
Legislature, Senate, Select Committee on the Juvenile Justice System, Records, 1988-1989, 2.4 cubic ft [RESTRICTED]
Legislature, Senate, Youth Affairs Committee, Records, 1969, about 2 cubic ft. [RESTRICTED] (Investigation of alleged brutality.)
Texas Youth Commission
There are numerous related series at the Youth Commission including student records, appeals, hearings, probation and parole cases, etc. Any of the records involving juvenile delinquents are confidential [dates and size unknown].
Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services
This agency holds case files of dependent and neglected youth. These files are confidential [dates and size unknown].
Newton-Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University
George Beto papers, [size and dates unknown]. (A copy of the index to these papers can be found in the Archives and Information Services Division of the Library and Archives Commission.)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Morales case files, Texas Youth Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1999/085

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Youth Commission on December 15, 1998.

Processing Information

Nancy Enneking, March 1999

Revised by Laura K. Saegert, February 2002; October 2004


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Morales case files, 1949-1990, undated (bulk 1969-1989),
37.6 cubic ft.

Box
1999/085-3 File list for Drawer 1
1-1 Curriculum guides from Gainesville, 1971
[Guides are General Business, Filing and Business Spelling, Junior High Science, Junior High Math, Reading Lab, Junior High Language Arts, Survey of the Old Testament, Waitress Occupational Training Course, English I-II-III and IV, Vocational Homemaking, Health and Physical Education, Business Machines.]
1-2 Curriculum guides from Crockett, (addendum #7), 1971
[folder 1 of 2]
[Guides are American Culture, Texas History, Language Arts, Cosmetology, American History, Business Education, Waitress Service Course Outline, Janitorial Services, Crime Prevention and Drug Education, Career Education, Speech, Math, Algebra.]
Box
1999/085-4 1-2 Curriculum guides from Crockett, (addendum #7), 1971
[folder 2 of 2]
[Guides are Biology, Physical Education, Earth Science, Literature, Social Studies, World History, Grammar and Composition, American Government, First Grade, Home Economics, Nurses Aide, General Science.]
1-3 Curriculum guides from Gatesville, undated
[Guides are Vocational Welding, Upholstery, Paint and Body Shop, Printing, Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping, Small Engine Repair, Vocational Auto Mechanics, Radio and Television.]
1-4 Journal Supplement Text of Senate Bill 1, Third Called Session, 62nd Legislature, (addendum #4), 1972
1-5 Texas Juvenile Court Judges, Texas Juvenile Probation Officers, Texas Youth Council Members, Texas Youth Council Administrative and Institutional Staffs, and Texas Youth Council Juvenile Parole Staff Directory, 1971-1972
1-6 Curriculum guides from Brownwood, (addendum #7), 1971-1973
[Guides are You and the Law,Crime Prevention and Drug Education, tutor schedule, Proposal for Project Success, Career Development Program.]
1-7 Letter with attached interrogatories, and TYC Central Office printed material, 1972
1-8 Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency: A Proposed Statewide Program Through Community Organization, undated
Box
1999/085-5 1-9 Financial audits for Crockett, Brownwood, Mountain View, Gatesville, and Gainesville, 1971
1-10 Data from Brownwood and Crockett schools, (unnumbered addendum), 1973?
1-11 Public School Directory, (addendum #8), 1971-1972
1-12 A System for Juvenile Data Analysis and Use (addendum #9) undated
1-13 A Manual for Foster Parents, Texas Youth Council, (addendum #10), 1966
1-14 Texas Youth Council Parole Division, (addendum #11), undated
[Contains partially redacted records.]
Box
1999/085-6 1-15 Texas Youth Council Annual Report, (addendum #12), 1971
1-16 Texas Juvenile Court Statistics, (addendum #13), 1970
1-17 Tyler-G / Some TYC policy statements, 1950-1952, 1973
[Contains policy directives, minutes from the State Youth Development Council, State Youth Development Council Policy and Management Directives.]
1-18 Tyler-G / Some TYC policy statements, 1950-1952, 1973
[Contains policy directives, Administrative Organization of the Texas Youth Council, minutes from the State Youth Development Council, State Youth Development Council Policy and Management Directives.]
1-19 Admissions chart #2, September 1972 - June 1973
[This is a Chart of admissions by county.]
1-20 Brownwood State Home and School for Girls, list of students and offenses, [1973]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
1-21 Mountain View School for Boys, list of students and offenses, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
1-22 Giddings State Home and School for Boys, list of students and offenses, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
1-23 Crockett State School for Girls, list of students and offenses, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
1-24 Gainesville State School for Girls, list of students and offenses, 1973
1-25 Gatesville State Schools for Boys, list of students and offenses, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
1-26 Tyler A - copy 3, miscellaneous, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Records are lists of exhibits, lists of juveniles, numbers of delinquents.]
1-27 Tyler B - copy 3, language training memorandum, monthly medical and dental reports, undated
Box
1999/085-7 1-28 Tyler C - copy 3, caseloads, 1969-1972
[parole caseloads]
1-29 Tyler D - copy 3, population, 1949-1972
[population statistics]
1-30 Tyler E - copy 3, recidivism, 1949-1972
[recidivism statistics]
1-31 Tyler F - copy 3, MVSB (Mountain View School for Boys) Graduates, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Personal data sheets on graduating students.]
1-32 Administrative Organization of the Texas Youth Council handbook, undated
File list for drawer #2
2-1 Curriculum Guide: Drug Education, Gatesville School for Boys, 1971
2-2 Annual Report of the Texas Youth Council to the Governor for the Fiscal Year Ending August 31, 1972, the Texas Youth Council, 1972, 1973
[Two copies and one photograph marked Gainesville State School for Girls, High School Graduates 1973, Defendant's Exhibit #99.]
2-3 Results Through Reading: The Reading Program for Students of the Gatesville State School for Boys, undated
[2 copies, one marked addendum #6]
2-4 Catalogue of Instructional Materials: Gatesville State School for Boys, undated
Box
1999/085-8 2-5 Bound report BB-001 Dyslexia, also entitled Ethnic Group Differences between WISC and WAIS Scores in Delinquent Boys, by Michael E. Murray, Lucius Waites, Donald J. Veldman, and Maurice D. Heatly, undated
[two copies]
2-6 Source Book for Teachers, Mountain View School for Boys, Gatesville State Schools for Boys, 1971
2-7 Copies of policy directives, from James A. Turman to Bill Doggett, Superintendent of Brownwood, April 20, 1970 and to M. B. Kendrick, Superintendent of Gatesville, May 18, 1966
2-8 Annual Report of the Texas Youth Council to the Governor, Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 1970
2-9 Streamlining the Texas Judiciary: Continuity with Change, Committee of the Judiciary, Texas House of Representatives, December 1972
2-10 Manual for Texas Juvenile Court Judges, preliminary draft, and revised forms for the preliminary draft, August 1973
2-11 Copy of enrolled bill SB 111, undated
2-12 Minutes of the Texas Youth Council, May 26, 1973
2-13 Affidavit of Roland Daniel Green III, February 16, 1973
2-14 Breakthrough: A Program of Communication Skills, Gatesville State School for Boys, undated
2-15 Curriculum Guides from Gainesville State School for Girls, 1969, undated
[folder 1 of 2]
[Guides are Music, Photography, Applied Economics, Needlework, Nurses Aide, Pre-Natal, Key-Punch, Typing I and Typing II, Vocational Cosmetology, Cafeteria Assistance, Laundry Service, General Business, Filing and Business Spelling, Business Machines, Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, Drug Education, Reading Lab, Survey of Old Testament.]
Box
1999/085-9 2-15 Curriculum Guides from Gainesville State School for Girls, 1969, undated
[folder 2 of 2]
[Guides are Waitress Occupational Training, American History, World History, Biology, Algebra II, Physical Science, English I, II, III, IV, Related Math II, Vocational Homemaking, Health and Physical Education, Algebra I, Civics, Related Math I, PBX Switchboard, and Business Law.]
2-16 Addendum #7, Curriculum Guides from Gatesville State School for Boys, 1968-1972
[folder 1 of 2]
[Guides are Phonics Unit, Grades 1-8; Science, Grade 2; Texas History; Science, Grade 3; Social Studies, Grade 6; Social Studies, Grade 4; History, Grade 5; Geography, Grade 5; Social Studies, Grade 6.]
Box
1999/085-10 2-16 Addendum #7, Curriculum Guides from Gatesville State School for Boys, 1968-1972
[folder 2 of 2]
[Guides are Language Arts 7; Proposal for Instructional Services; Language Arts 8; Social Studies, Grade 8; Health; Drug Education; World Geography Studies; Vocational Auto Mechanics; Basic Arithmetic; Physical Science; and Texas Geography.]
2-17 Addendum #7, Curriculum Guides from Mountain View School for Boys, 1968-1972
[folder 1 of 2]
[Guides are High School English; High School History and Government.]
Box
1999/085-11 2-17 Addendum #7, Curriculum Guides from Mountain View School for Boys, 1968-1972
[folder 2 of 2]
[Guides are Health, Safety, and Drug Education; Data Processing and Computer Science; Music; Speech; Geometry; Mathematics; Math I; Biology; Physical Science; Math, 7th and 8th Grades; Social Sciences, Grade 4; Social Sciences, Grade 5; Social Sciences, Grade 6; Texas History, Grade 7; Science, Grades 7 and 8; United States History, Grade 8; Science, Grade 4, 5, and 6; Speech; Junior High English; Radio and Television Repair; Plastering; Vocational Auto Mechanics; Vocational Horticulture - Greenhouse and Grounds Management; Vocational Building Maintenance; Upholstery; Masonry; Plumbing and Pipe-Fitting for Apprentice Training; Photo-offset Fundamentals; Vocational Paint and Body Work; Electrical Trades; Math, Grade 6; Math, Grade 5; Language Arts, Grades 4, 5, and 6; and Remedial Reading, Primary Grades.]
File list for Drawer #3
3-1 Incident reports:
January - August 1974
November-December 1973
Box
1999/085-12 October 1973
November 1973
3-5 Crisis Intervention Center, November 1973 - January 1974
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains possibly excepted information: incident and student reports.]
3-6 Ombudsman's reports to Court, November 1973 - November 1974
[Contains possibly excepted information: student names and lists of students.]
3-8 Newspaper clippings, 1973
3-7 Incident reports submitted to Judge Justice, 1973-1974
3-9 Special Publications - Department of Corrections, D. C., Community Services Division, Community Correctional Centers Program: Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1970
[copy 1]
Box
1999/085-13 3-9 Special Publications - Department of Corrections, D. C., Community Services Division, Community Correctional Centers Program: Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1970
[copy 2]
3-10 Donald G. Cox, speech in New Orleans, June 1973
3-11 Amos Reed, speech in New Orleans, June 18, 1973
[Proceedings], 1973
[2 copies]
[Proceedings of the National Association of Training Schools and Juvenile Agencies Meeting, Major Session #4, Are Training Schools Obsolete? in New Orleans, June 18, 1973.]
3-12 Security Treatment Center for Sex Incidents: Statistics listed, 1962-1972
3-13 Lists showing average length of stay of boys in security treatment centers [by race], May 1, 1972 and January 1, 1973 - May 1, 1973
3-14 Pamphlets and newletters, 1971-1972
[These were sent to Dr. Turman with specific articles marked, materials include: The Volunteer, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration Newsletter, The Osborne Association, Juvenile Correction - Five Issues to be Faced, Progressive Corrections - A Must, Not a Wish, Children, Justice Magazine, American Journal of Correction, and Delinquency Prevention Reporter.]
3-15 General Licensing Handbook, State Department of Pubic Welfare, 1978
3-16 Senate Youth Affairs Committee, recommendations and comments, undated
[2 copies]
3-17 Copy of article Juvenile Detention: Protection, Prevention, or Punishment, undated
3-18 A Quiet Revolution: Probation Subsidy, undated
3-19 State Juvenile Incarceration in Texas: An Assessment, by Howard Ohmart, undated
[copy 1]
Box
1999/085-14 3-19 State Juvenile Incarceration in Texas: An Assessment, by Howard Ohmart, undated
[copy 2, annotated]
3-20 Juvenile Court Law: Digest Text, National Council of Juvenile Court Judges, undated
3-21 Handbook for New Juvenile Court Judges, National Council of Juvenile Court Judges, undated
3-22 Booklet of material compiled for the United States Department of Justice by Giddings State Home and School for Boys, September 1972
[2 copies]
3-23 Booklet of material compiled for the United States Department of Justice by Gainesville State School for Girls, September 1972
[2 copies]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles, medical records]
3-24 Booklet of material compiled for the United States Department of Justice by Mountain View School for Boys, September 1972
[2 copies]
[Contains possibly excepted information: lists of students]
[Contains blank medical forms.]
3-25 Booklet of material compiled for the United States Department of Justice by Gatesville State School for Boys, September 1972
[copy 1]
[Contains possibly excepted information: lists of students and medical forms]
Box
1999/085-15 3-25 Booklet of material compiled for the United States Department of Justice by Gatesville State School for Boys, September 1972
[copy 2]
[Contains possibly excepted information: lists of students and medical forms]
3-26 Cole Committee Report, Copy #5, Services to Youth in Texas: Preliminary Report of the Senate Youth Affairs Committee, 61st Legislature, May 1969
3-27 Are Training Schools Obsolete? Proceedings of the 4th Major Session of the National Association of Training Schools and Juvenile Agencies Meeting, New Orleans, June 18, 1973
3-28 BB-002 HEW [U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare] Report on Massachusetts DYS [Department of Youth Services], August 1966
[A note on the report states - Not for general distribution.]
Box
1999/085-16 3-29 The Study of the Division of Youth Service and the Youth Service Board Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Report and Recommendations of the Massachusetts Committee on Children and Youth to His Excellency Governor John A. Volpe on The Study of the Division of Youth Service and the Youth Service Board Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Booklet of supporting material for Massachusetts Report, 1966-1967
[Contains possibly excepted information: deposition at the end contains a child's name]
File list for Drawer #4
[Comparison of interrogatories according to subject], undated
4 AI 1 Regarding surgical operations performed on children, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 3 Regarding recidivism statistics, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 8 Regarding TYC Board Members (R.W. Kneebone, Louis M. Henna, W. Forrest Smith, and James A. Turman) visitations to TYC Schools?, 1971-1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 9 Regarding visitations by David Sandefur, Raymond Towns, Elton Strother, and Ray Stewart, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 10 Regarding TYC research on the effectiveness of treatment, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 11 Regarding plans to phase out Hilltop, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 12 Regarding half-way houses and community treatment centers, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 13, undated
[Empty, save for comments written on the interior of the file.]
4 AI 15 Regarding homosexual activity, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 16 Regarding assigning children to living quarters based on possible inclination toward homosexual activity, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 17 Regarding religious services, undated
[draft materials]
Box
1999/085-17 4 AI 18 Regarding privacy of the confessional, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 19 Regarding amount of recreation per week, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 21 Regarding drug education classes, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of students]
4 AI 22 Regarding sex-education classes, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
*4 AI 23 Regarding juvenile suicide attempts, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 24 Regarding student access to funds/money, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 25 Regarding limitations on personal possessions, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 25A Regarding parties and other entertainment, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 26 Regarding individual therapy for speech difficulties, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 27 Regarding extracurricular activities, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 28 [empty]
4 AI 29 Regarding diagnostic testing for those who have difficulty with English, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 30 Regarding employees who cannot file an incident report, undated
[draft materials]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
4 AI 32 Regarding numbers of children who have been diagnosed as emotionally disturbed or retarded, 1972
[draft materials]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
4 AI 33 Regarding numbers of Mexican National students, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 34 Regarding food and diet provisions, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 35 Regarding children taking drugs for acne, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 36 Regarding psychiatrist visitations, 1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 38 Regarding programs for Mexican-American children and speaking Spanish, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 39 Regarding use of halfway-houses, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 43 Regarding job placement assistance for children on parole, 1972-1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 44 Regarding numbers and locations of vocational counselors or job placement officers, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 47 Regarding parolees in community drug treatment programs, undated
4 AI 48 Regarding numbers of children placed in foster care from the schools, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 50 Regarding numbers of children who could be released if there were a place in the community for them, 1973
[draft materials]
4 AI 51 Regarding funding for furloughs and telephone calls, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 52 Regarding visitation policy, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 53 Regarding numbers of students seen by psychologists and psychiatrists and the associated costs, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 56 Regarding seeking judicial relief from accepting commitments, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 57 Regarding whether or not teachers are required to have psychology or special education training, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 58 Regarding teaching experience with urban, black or Mexican-American children, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 59 Regarding accreditation of TYC academic programs, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 60 Regarding length of academic programs, undated
[draft materials]
4 AI 61 Regarding the numbers of black and Mexican-American staff, their education levels, and ability to speak Spanish, undated
[draft materials]
*4 AI 63 Regarding numbers of incident reports involving the use of force by a staff member, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 65 Regarding latest date at which vocational programs were evaluated, 1972
[draft materials]
4 AI 67 [empty]
4 Costs, 1973
[For TYC staff to fill out forms and questionnaires.]
4 Index to answers to Amici interrogatories, 1973
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 1, pages 1-250, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 - individual student data from Reception Center for Girls, Brownwood, and Crockett.]
Box
1999/085-18 4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 2, pages 251-500, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 - individual student data from Crockett, Gainesville, and the Reception Center for Boys]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 3, pages 501-750, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 -- individual student data from Reception Center for Boys, Giddings, and Gatesville]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 4, pages 751-1000, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 -- individual student data from Gatesville]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 5, pages 1001-1250, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 -- individual student data from Gatesville]
Box
1999/085-19 4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 6, pages 1251-1500, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 -- individual student data from Gatesville]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 7, pages 1501-1750, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 -- individual student data from Gatesville and Mountain View]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 8, pages 1751-2000, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #1 -- individual student data from Mountain View; response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 9, pages 2001-2250, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
Box
1999/085-20 4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 10, pages 2251-2500, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 11, pages 2501-2750, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume12, pages 2751-3000, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 13, pages 3001-3250, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
Box
1999/085-21 4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 14, pages 3251-3500, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 15, pages 3501-3750, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 16, pages 3751-4000, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: response to question #66 - individual student data on parole/post-release; responses to questions #1 (n) and (u), #3, 8-13, 15-19, and #21]
4 Original copy of answers to interrogatories of amici, Volume 17, pages 4001-4250, April 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: responses to questions #22-30, 32-35, 37-39, 43-44, 47-48, 50-52, 56-60, 63, 65, 67 - includes some medical record data]
Addendum #14, 1971-1972
[Records are Directory of Texas Juvenile Court Judges, Texas Juvenile Probation Officers, Texas Youth Council Members, Texas Youth Council Administrative and Institutional Staffs, Texas Youth Council Juvenile Parole Staff.]
Box
1999/085-22 File list for Drawer #5
5-1 Dr. Homer B. Allen, Jr.
5-2 Dr. Herbert M. Alston
5-3 John Reynolds Arredondo
5-4 Dr. Weldon L. Ash
5-5 Dr. James W. Atchison
5-6 Rev. Joel Clifford Atwood
5-7 James A. Barrum
5-8 Dr. Leslie D. Boelsche
5-9 Billy Walker Bramlett
5-10 Dr. J. M. Buchanan
5-11 Dr. C. F. Butler
5-12 Carl D. Clark
5-13 Dr. Ben Cohen
5-14 Dr. Macdonald Critchley
5-15 Florene Currin
5-16 Dr. J. S. Dickson
5-17 Dr. James Orville Filbeck
5-18 James C. Gibson
5-19 Dr. Tracy R. Gordy
5-20 Sotero Gomez
5-21 James C. Gibson
5-22 Dorothy D. Hayes
5-23 [missing]
5-24 Tyrone E. Herring
5-25 Stanley Hersch
5-26 Dr. Ralph G. Hodges
5-27 Dr. Kermit Robinson Jones
5-28 Joe M. Kenworthy
5-29 Glen Alan Kercher
5-30 Hazel B. Kerper
5-31 Dr. George G. Killinger
5-32 Dr. Joseph Kugler
5-33 William Matthew Lovejoy
5-34 Dr. Ernest Elworth Lowrey
5-35 O. W. Lowrey
5-36 Dr. Austin MacCormick
5-37 Roger N. McCown
5-38 Dr. C. O. Murray
5-39 Melvin Jay Pate, Jr.
5-40 Gilbert Carl Nichols
5-41 Robert Stephen Peel
5-42 G. J. Pellegrin
5-43 James Edwin Pfeffer
5-44 Amos E. Reed and "Are Training Schools Obsolete" speech
5-45 Dr. William C. Robbins
5-46 Leola Roberson
5-47 Dr. Dennis A. Romig
5-48 Rev. William Zander Rother
5-49 David E. Sandefur
5-50 Dr. Charles L. Smith
5-51 H. M. Soloman
5-52 Dr. Allan J. Spence
5-53 Dr. Thomas S. Stewardson
5-54 Dr. Lucius Waites
5-55 Rev. Anthony Joseph Weber
5-56 Dr. F. David Tudor
5-57 Jerry Don White
5-58 Thomas R. Williams
5-59 Dr. James P. Wilson
5-60 Jeanne Payne Young
Oversize
1999/085 Thrasher list, children released from the Gatesville State Schools for Boys between September 1, 1971 and January 3, 1973, showing name, case number, race, and date of separation from school, ca. 1973
[computer printout]
Box
1999/085-22 File list for drawer #6
6-1 Miscellaneous early court orders, 1971-1972
[legal documents, 3 copies]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
Box
1999/085-23 6-2 Three Judge Court Motion, 1973
[legal document]
6-3 First Amended Complaint, March 1971
[legal document]
6-4 Order granting leave to amend plaintiffs complaint, May 1972
6-5 Copies of Statements Mailed to Attorney General's Office from Gatesville State School for Boys and Gainesville State School for Girls, 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
6-6 Third Cause of Action, undated
[legal document]
6-7 Defendants Motion to Terminate Court's Order to Enlarge Time for Entry upon Land for Inspection or in the Alternative, Defendants' Motion for Protective Order, undated
[legal document]
6-8 Plaintiffs Motion for Emergency Interim Relief and Responses, 1973
[Records are Motion of Plaintiffs for Preliminary Relief, United States Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, Response to Plaintiffs' Motion for Emergency Interim Relief, Plaintiff's Proposed Preliminary Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law in support of Motion for Preliminary Relief.]
6-9 Order, filed July 19, 1971
[multiple copies]
6-10 Emergency Interim Relief Order, signatures, 1975
[Signed statements that new employees have read and understood Judge Justice's relief order.]
6-11 Order, July 1971 and questionnaire, 1971
[multiple copies]
6-12 Miscellaneous, February through July 1971
6-13 Gatesville letter and writs of Habeas Corpus ad Testificandum, 1971
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
6-14 Gainesville statements and writs of Habeas Corpus from students, 1971
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
Box
1999/085-24 6-15 Plaintiffs' interrogatories to be answered by defendants, 1972
[legal documents]
6-16 Correspondence and pictures, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: photographs]
[Correspondence re: student access to attorneys/ombudsman and reactions, contains several photographs.]
6-17 Petitioners by county, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: lists of juveniles and non-Morales case w/ juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
6-18 Writ served 10:25 a.m., February 16, 1971
[multiple copies of legal document]
6-19 Employees placed on Mountain View payroll after September 11, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: employment applications, with social security numbers and home addresses, and incident reports]
6-20 OEO (Office of Economic Opportunity) lawyers, 1971-1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Correspondence, habeas corpus requests and writs, memoranda, lists of juveniles, non-Morales material.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
6-21 [Juvenile] v. Turman case documents, 1969
[Primary juveniles lawyer Thomas Dixon (of Morales).]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
6-22 [Juvenile], 1973
[Legal documents w/ lawyer Steven Bercu (of Morales) but different case.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
6-23 [Juvenile], 1973
[Legal documents w/ lawyer Steven Bercu (of Morales) but different case.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
6-24 [Juvenile], 1973
[Legal documents w/ lawyer Steven Bercu (of Morales) but different case.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
Box
1999/085-25 6-25 Parole revocation [Juvenile], 1973
[Legal documents w/ lawyer Thomas Dixon (of Morales) but different case.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
6-26 Retainers from juveniles, 1971
6-27 List of juveniles by county, 1973
6-28 List of juveniles showing case number, name, age, county, offenses, and status, 1972/3?
6-29 Local news releases, memoranda, and new visitation policy, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of students]
[Includes correspondence with Texas House Committee on Human Resources and reports on students.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
6-30 NBC (National Broadcasting Company) correspondence, December 16, 1970
[multiple copies of one letter]
6-31 NBC (National Broadcasting Company) correspondence, November 20, 1970
[multiple copies of one letter]
6-32 NBC (National Broadcasting Company) certified letter of January 4, 1971 with reply by J. A. Turman on January 5, 1971
[multiple copies]
6-33 NBC (National Broadcasting Company) letter regarding policy directive and employee manual, January 28, 1971
[multiple copies]
6-34 Proposed fact stipulations, 1973
[drafts and annotated]
6-35 Request for admissions to be answered by defendants, May 1972
[legal documents]
6-36 Notice of motion, May 1972
[Contains second amended complaint.]
6-37 Motion and protective order, May 1972
6-38 Department of Justice subpoenas, 1973
[2 copies of file]
[Contains possibly excepted information: lists of juveniles]
File list for drawer #7
7-1 Thrasher list (Principal's report on achievement testing, 1973)
[Contains possibly excepted information: lists of juveniles with educational achievement scores]
7-2 Bridges-Lomberdino, undated
[Contains material on study of former TYC wards now in custody of Texas Department of Corrections (1973?) and Report to 63rd Legislature from Senate Interim Committee on Problems of Youth.]
7-3 Budget notes, 1974-1975
Box
1999/085-26 7-4 Survey, Criminal Justice Council questionnaire on automated criminal justice system and correspondence regarding information requests on a subsidy to juvenile probation departments, 1972
7-5 Survey, Galveston County, questionnaire regarding social services, 1972
7-6 Survey, Harris County, by the Community Welfare Association for their Directory of Community Resources, 1972
7-7 Surveys, miscellaneous, 1970-1973
7-8 Survey, OEO (Office of Economic Opportunity) for the First Annual Report on the Problems and Cause of Poverty in Texas, 1971
7-9 Council for the Mentally Impaired, 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: name of juvenile]
[Information on Gatesville student and staff ratio, supplied by the Superintendent to the Council. Annotated staff salary budget for 1972 with names and amounts, correspondence.]
[Letter from the Department of Justice with response letter from Turman, 1972]
7-10 Department of Justice letter - Crockett State School for Girls, 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: information compiled in response to the Department of Justice letter, includes lists of juveniles and some medical records]
7-11 Department of Justice letter - Brownwood State School for Girls, 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: information compiled in response to the Department of Justice letter, includes lists of juveniles and some medical records]
7-12 Department of Justice letter - Central Office, 1972
[Information compiled in response to the Department of Justice letter.]
7-13 Department of Justice letter - Giddings State Home and School for Boys, 1972
[Information compiled in response to the Department of Justice letter.]
7-14 Department of Justice letter - Gatesville State School for Boys, 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: information compiled in response to the Department of Justice letter, includes lists of juveniles and some medical records]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
7-15 Department of Justice letter - Gainesville State School for Girls, 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: information compiled in response to the Department of Justice letter, includes lists of juveniles and some medical records]
7-16 Department of Justice letter - Mountain View School for Boys, 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: information compiled in response to the Department of Justice letter, includes lists of juveniles and some medical records]
Box
1999/085-27 7-17 McCormick evaluations, 1962-1972
[Evaluations of TYC facilities.]
7-18 Morales v. Turman stipulations, undated
[Plaintiffs proposed fact stipulations, drafts.]
7-19 U. S. Exhibit #3 (amended), Morales v. Turman, 1973
[Racial breakdown of staff as of June 21, 1973.]
7-21 Parole officers, educational background data, 1972
7-22 Juvenile court reports since 1965 by counties, 1971
7-23 Correctional officer interviews, 1970
[notes]
[Contains possibly excepted information: contains boys names]
7-24 James A. Turman affidavit, undated
[Copies of Turman's affidavit relating to the early events surrounding the filing of the lawsuit and the request by NBC to interview some of the juveniles in custody - included with the exhibits to the affidavit are a fact sheet prepared by Dr. Turman, court findings with NBC and its attorney, affidavit of Roland Daniel Green, early court orders, and the attorney-client contract between El Paso legal assistance and Morales and the other early defendants, and affidavit of Morales.][Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
7-25 Partial index of policy directives from minutes of State Youth Development Council and partial index of the minutes of the Texas Youth Council, 1949-1972
7-26 United States exhibit # 98, defendants copy of differences between architectural drawings (aerial views) and typographical drawings, undated
7-27 Correspondence, 1973
[Miscellaneous correspondence involving Steven Bercu, Assistant Attorney General Larry York, judges, James A. Turman, school superintendents.]
7-28 Expert report of Guadalupe Gibson on Gainesville State School for Girls, 1973
7-29 Expert report of Margaret Sheely, ACSW, on Crockett State School for Girls, 1972
7-30 Expert report of Margaret Sheely, ACSW, on Gatesville State School for Boys, 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
7-31 Expert report of Joseph C. Breiteneicher An Evaluation of the Vocational Education and Employment Preparation Programs of the Texas Youth Council, 1972
7-32 Continuing education of staff at Brownwood, May 1972-1973
[Complete listing of course participation.]
7-33 Expert report of Gerda Smith on Brownwood Reception Center, 1973
7-34 Content outline of staff training by Sam Houston State University Institute of Contemporary Collections, July 1973
7-35 Articles, 1968-1973
[photocopied journal articles and notes]
Box
1999/085-28 7-36 Transcriptions of conversations between Gerda Smith and Patricia Blakeney during inspections / Participant observer study, undated
[multiple copies]
7-37 Former Texas Youth Council employees resigned, retired or terminated, September 1971 - August 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses of staff members]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
7-38 Expert report/notes by Dr. Alvin Burstein, Brownwood and Gatesville, 1972-1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
7-39 Expert reports of Herbert Quay or Howard Ohmart, 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
7-40 Expert report of Gisela Konopka and article entitled Our Outcast Youth, 1970
7-41 Expert report of Howard Ohmart, 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
7-42 Statement of Harold J. Matthews regarding the purpose of TYC, 1950
7-43 Statement of policy and procedure relating to "Bridge" cases at Reception Center, undated
7-44 Opinion and order in Martarella v. Kelley , June 1973
[New York civil rights suit regarding juvenile courts.]
7-45 Policy statement regarding use of the security room, no location given, undated
7-46 Incident reports and Derrick correspondence, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: contains juveniles names]
7-47 Plaintiffs witness list, undated
7-48 Continuing education for staff development at various schools, undated
[list of offerings]
7-49 Preliminary draft of the administrative organization of TYC, 1957
7-50 Program evaluation of Gainesville by Education Service Center, Region XI, 1973
7-51 Committee Report Evaluation of Goals and Objectives for Crockett State School for Girls, 1973
7-52 Report on Data Analysis of the Language Program at the Gatesville State School for Boys, 1971
7-53 Policy statements on Reception, Special Institutional Problems, Discipline and Discipline Committee, the Adjustment Center, and Reclassification of Students, 1966
7-54 Mountain View personal injury report - other than motor vehicle, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Includes list of boys involved in a gang fight.]
7-55 Analysis of former TYC wards now in custody of Texas Department of Corrections, 1972
7-56 TYC parole division, undated
[manual]
7-57 Department of Public Welfare, Minimum Standards of Child-Caring Institutions, 1972
7-58 List of escapees from Mountain View or Gatesville, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Mass escape attempt either around time of inspections or trial.]
7-59 Austin McCormick/Osborne association evaluations of TYC, 1969, 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
7-60 Recidivism on security cottage at Brownwood School and Home for Girls, by Robert E. Cavin, December 15, 1972
7-61 Senate Youth Affairs Committee recommendations and comments (annotated) and correspondence, 1972
7-62 List of depositions, subpoenaed personnel folders, student folders, vitae, and miscellaneous references, undated
7-63 Recidivism rate study, 1970-1973
[Author - George Killinger?]
7-64 Emergency protective order materials, 1973
[legal documents and correspondence]
7-65 Bob Salter miscellaneous file, includes information on juveniles released as per court order in 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Box
1999/085-29 7-66 Miscellaneous Morales file of James Turman (?), 1971-1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains lists of juveniles and random names, legal documents, correspondence.]
7-67 Unidentified expert reports, 1973
7-68 [Juveniles] v. Turman, 1973
[Regarding the release of students on habeas corpus writ.]
File list for drawer 8
8-1 Revision to Family Code (SB 111), 1973
[legislative bills]
8-2 Subpoenas, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
8-3 Pre-Trial Order, pre-trial conference notes, witness lists, etc., undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Morales 1 trial file. Juveniles listed in list of incident reports to be used as exhibits.]
*8-4 Positive correspondence, students to staff and parents, 1970-1973
8-5 Mountain View Employees, ca. 1973
[List of employees and employment applications of G. Scarbrough?]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
8-6 Principal's reports on general achievement testing, 1972-1973
8-7 U. S. Exhibit #3 (amended), ca. 1973
[Racial breakdown of staff as of June 1973.]
8-8 U. S. Exhibit #3 (amended), ca. 1973
[Racial breakdown of staff as of June 1973.]
8-9 Writ of Prohibition, 1973
[draft legal document]
8-10 [Texas Juvenile Court Directory], undated
Box
1999/085-30 8-11 Brownwood State Home and School Grant Proposal for Brownwood Adventure Trails Program, 1973
8-12 Abstracts of printed material, 1966-1973
[2 files]
8-13 Special publications, 1970-1972
8-14 Staff development, Behavior Modification Techniques: New Tools for Probation Officers, undated
[2 copies]
8-15 Bibliographies, undated
[2 copies]
8-16 Mental Health Law Project, defendants Morales v. Turman, Standards Notebook, undated
[2 copies]
8-17 An Evaluation of the Vocational Education and Employment Preparation Programs of the Texas Youth Council, by Joseph C. Breiteneicher, and reports on Gatesville and Crockett by Margaret Sheely, undated
8-18 Continuing Education: Brownwood State Home and School for Girls, 1972-1973
[2 copies]
8-19 Helping and Human Relations: A Brief Guide for Training Lay Helpers, by Robert Carkhuff, undated
8-20 Policy directives, furloughs, 1973
8-21 Gainesville discipline reports on girls speaking Spanish, 1969-1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
Box
1999/085-31 8-22 Unidentified expert report, undated
[Expert who visited but did not testify?]
8-23 Expert report of Leonard E. Lawrence, 1973
8-24 Treatment vocabulary definitions prepared for attorneys for cross-examination purposes, undated
8-25 Composite set of TYC rules, undated
8-26 Senate Bill 111, 1973
[Revisions to Family Code.]
8-27 Law enforcement guidelines for handling juveniles, undated
[pamphlet]
8-28 Notices of depositions, 1973
8-29 Reactions to deposition of Gerda Smith by Dennis Romig, undated
[notes]
8-30 Brownwood and project success materials used in preparation for testimony at trial, 1972-1973
8-31 Breakthrough, a Program of Communication Skills at Gatesville, undated
8-32 Department of Corrections, District of Columbia, Annual Report, 1970
8-33 BOP, policy statement, residual programs use manual, 1972
8-34 Transcript of conversation between Baxter and Pulliam during inspection, 1972
[Already edited for student names.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
8-35 Plaintiffs proposed relief order, 1973
[memorandum]
Box
1999/085-32 8-36 Trial/interview notes, handwritten, some witnesses not identified, undated
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
8-37 Maxwell report on Miller' Massachusetts Reforms and New Report on Massachusetts Department of Youth Services, 1972-1973
File list for Drawer #9
9-1 Deposition of Robert Ferris Baxter, MD., May 1973
9-2 Deposition of Dr. Patricia E. Blakeney, May 1973
9-3 Deposition of Paul F. Bromser, November 1972
[2 copies]
9-4 Deposition of Shirley Brookshear, November 1972
[2 copies]
Box
1999/085-33 9-5 Deposition of Robert Chilton, November 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-6 [missing]
[Note on file list says removed by B. Bettis, July 1, 1981.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-7 Leland Dyess, November 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-8 Deposition of Richard Ferguson, November 1972
[plus one loose copy]
[Contains possibly excepted information: name of juvenile]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-9 Deposition of David Gibson, November 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-10 Deposition of Pete Harrell, November 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-11 Deposition of Dr. Austin McCormick, May 1973
[2 copies]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-12 Deposition of Mack O. Morris, November 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-13 Deposition of Dwain Place, November 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-14 Deposition of George Pulliam, May 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-15 Deposition of Thomas Riddle, November 1972
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-16 Deposition of Rubye Robertson, November 1972
[2 copies]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-17 Deposition of Ernest Leonard Sharp, November 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
Box
1999/085-34 9-18 Deposition of Gerda Hansen Smith, May 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-19 Deposition of James A. Turman, May 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-20 Submission of Corrections to depositions and deposition of Kathryn Wyrick, November 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-21 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-22 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-23 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-24 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-25 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-26 Deposition of Ronald Jackson, April 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
Box
1999/085-35 9-27 Testimony of Jimmy Lee Jones, July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-28 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-29 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-30 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-31 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-32 Testimony of [juveniles], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-33 Excerpts of testimony of [juveniles], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-34 Excerpts of testimony of [juveniles], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-35 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-36 Testimony of [juvenile], July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-37 Testimony of Dr. Leonard Lawrence, July 1973
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
9-38 Testimony of Dr. Joseph S. Kugler and Dr. William M. Lovejoy, July and August, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on January 23, 2003, LKS]
Box
1999/085-36 9-39 Deposition of Dr. Jerome Miller (unedited version), June 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, held in Tyler Texas, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, Volume I, July and August 1973,
[index]
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume II, July and August 1973,
[See Castro's testimony.]
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume III, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume IV, July and August 1973
[File 1 of 3]
Box
1999/085-37 Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume IV, July and August 1973
[Files 2-3 of 3]
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume V, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume VI, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume VII, July and August 1973
Box
1999/085-38 Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume VIII, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume IX, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume X, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XI, July and August 1973
Box
1999/085-39 Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XII, July and August 1973
[See section on setting up safety procedures for kids returning to institutions.]
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XIII, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XIV, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XV, July and August 1973
[See section on contempt and Harrell testimony.]
Box
1999/085-40 Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XVI, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XVII, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XVIII, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XIX, July and August 1973
Box
1999/085-41 Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XX, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XXI, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XXII, July and August 1973
Record of Proceedings, Morales v. Turman, Judge William Wayne Justice presiding, held in Tyler Texas, Volume XXIII, July and August 1973
Box
1999/085-42 B-1-1, [Wallet file containing publications and newsletters ], 1967-1980, undated
[Records are A New Resource Publication for Youth Workers, Juvenile Justice: The Human Dimension, 1978; Proceedings of the public seminar on the Juvenile Justice system sponsored by the Junior League of Lubbock, 1978; Compulsory School Attendance Laws and the Juvenile Justice System, 1978; Restitution by Juvenile Offenders: An Alternative to Incarceration, 1978; Mental Disabilities: the State Role, 1977; Justice for Our Children: The Final Report of the Attorney General's Juvenile Justice Task Force, 1967; Morales v. Turman, Motion to dismiss, September 7, 1971; Texas Youth Council's Skills-Based Treatment Program (Revised), 1980; The History of the Texas Youth Council's skills Approach to Treatment and Exploration, Understanding, and Action, 1979; Crockett Wilderness Program Orientation Manual, undated.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
B-1-2 Order, August 1972
[Document allowing expert visitation to facilities.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
B-1-3 Plaintiffs Proposed Relief Order, 1974
[Annotated legal document with plaintiffs proposals.][Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
B-1-4 Reports from Charles Derrick, Ombudsman, 1974
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Student complaints of abuse, some student records? All from Mountain View.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
Box
1999/085-43 B-1-5 Response to Sandmann letter, [1974]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Letter missing but contains copies of reclassifications and requests for transfers to Mountain View. Letters and memoranda and notes responding to (apparently unfavorable) letter sent by Mr. Peter Sandmann to Judge William Justice in 1974; some reports contain lists of juveniles, juveniles' records.]
B-1-6 Salter miscellaneous, 1974-1976
[Response from Mountain View to Ombudsman's report, 1974; notes, correspondence and dress code policy, 1975-1976; Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency: A Handbook.]
B-1-7 Robert Salter, TYC Consulting Attorney, Morales proposed plans, 1975, undated
[Texas Youth Council's proposals; letters, 1975; list of remedies for Mountain View; plaintiffs final proposals.]
B-1-8 TYC construction projects completed or in progress, undated
[handwritten notes on notepad]
B-1-9 Expert report of Gisela Konopka, 1973
B-1-10 Expert report of Robert F. Baxter and George Pulliam on Reception Center and Gatesville, January 12-23, 1973
B-1-11 Expert report of Howard Ohmart, undated
B-1-12 Expert report of Patricia Blakeney and Gerda Smith, undated
[Already redacted.]
B-1-13 Memo to AAG (Assistant Attorney General) Tom Choate from Glenn Ridge, Hackberry, re: summary of complaints to Derrick in FY 1976
[draft of memo]
B-1-14 TYC agency preparations for trial, Gainesville Mts., December 1970
[notes, memoranda, drafts]
B-1-15 Newspaper clippings and articles
Box
1999/085-44 B-1-16 Opinions, Morales v, Turman, 1973, 1974, 1977
[legal documents]
B-1-17 Order denying motion to dismiss, March 1976
[legal document]
B-1-18 Morales v. Turman, Findings of Fact, 1973
[2 copies]
B-1-19 Morales v. Turman, Appendices, undated
[2 copies]
B-1-21 TYC Community Services Division, Rules, Regulations, and Procedures Governing the Purchase of Non-Residential Services, 1975
[printed material]
B-1-22 Regional Child-Care Concepts / El Paso Diversion Project, undated
[printed material]
B-1-23 Trial preparation, 1978
[Memorandum, lists of questions to be answered by audit/visitation, institutional staffing levels.]
B-1-24 Bob Salter correspondence, 1973-1975
[Also correspondence and reports to and from a variety of people.]
B-1-25 Comparison of Biennial Legislative Requests, appropriations and Expenditures, 1970-1971
[budget data]
B-1-26 Plaintiff and amici 2nd Interrogatories, 1981
[annotated legal document]
B-1-27 Defendants answers to plaintiffs' and amicis' interrogatories, Set 1, December 1979
[legal documents]
Box
1999/085-65 B-1-28 Materials complied for meeting of counsel, August 14, 1978
[legal documents, organizational charts, job descriptions, resumes, budget data]
Box
1999/085-44 File list for Drawer B-2
Loose material
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Turman affidavit, a fact sheet by Turman, correspondence with NBC, Order for Discovery, attorney client contracts and inmate affidavits, letters.]
Box
1999/085-1 I Correspondence between lawyers and judge in Morales case (including, among others, William Wayne Justice, Peter Sandmann, Max Flusche, James Cooney, Roland Green III, and Steven Bercu), 1971
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles, individually and in potential list of interviewees]
II Various requests for admissions to be answered and interrogatories to be answered by Edwin W. Berliner, Morris W. Raley, Les Tribble, Ted Robertson, and Lewis Russell; objections to same, and memorandums to compel answers; orders to grant motions to compel answers, 1971
III Defendants motions for severance and separate trial of plaintiffs' second cause of action, motions to dismiss or to receive summary judgement, supporting memorandum, plaintiffs' memorandum in opposition to defendants' motions, 1971
IV Assorted motions, memoranda, the first amended complaint, affidavits, orders and a letter, 1971
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
V Motions for leave to intervene, orders to proceed in forma pauperis, supporting affidavits and memoranda, orders, 1971
VI Statement of contested and uncontested facts, order and letter regarding pre-trial conferences, 1971
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
VII Petition for writ of Mandamus and or Prohibition, with exhibits; Motion for denial of Writ of Prohibition and supporting memorandum; appeal and order denying motion for writ of mandamus, 1971
VIII Plaintiffs motions for statement of facts, memorandum in support of motion for free transcript, and order granting motion for free transcript, 1971
IX Assorted orders, the preliminary injunction, motions and memoranda (includes some legal documents from a California case), 1971
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
X Orders for issuance of writs of habeas corpus ad testificandum, 1971
[originals and copies]
XI First amended complaint and affidavit from Steven Bercu, 1971
XII Order denying defendants motion to dismiss or receive summary judgement, assorted motions, memoranda, statement of facts, letters, orders, complaints, 1971
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Box
1999/085-2 XIII Assorted orders, motions, letters, writs of habeas corpus ad testificandum, briefs, and answers, July - November, 1971
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
XIV Request for admissions to be answered by the defendants, affidavit, defendants renewed motion to dismiss or for summary judgement with appendices, December 1971 - April 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
XV Orders, motions, affidavits of inability to pay court costs, memoranda, and answers, 1971-1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Includes order directing the United States to appear in this action amicus curiae, and request to enter the second amended complaint.]
XVI Memorandum in support of defendants' motion to dismiss re: class action aspects of plaintiffs' second amended complaint, appendices, motions to determine sufficiency of and compel answers from defendants, defendants objections to plaintiffs request for entry upon land for inspection, defendants' motion to dismiss second amended complaint and alternative motion for summary judgement, June 1972
XVII Motions to enlarge and shorten time for facility visitation and completing interrogatory responses; letters between Max P. Flusche, James A. Turman, Robert C. Flowers, David L. Norman, George B. Adams, Patricia M. Wald; requests for professional organizations to participate amicus curiae; orders, August - September, 1972
XVIII Orders; memorandum in support of professional organizations joining as amicus curiae; motions and memoranda in favor of and order granting summary judgement on plaintiffs' first cause of action, November, 1972
XIX Orders, affidavits, order granting summary judgement of plaintiffs' second cause of action, motions assorted and in favor of summary judgement, statements of facts pertaining to the second cause of action, December 1972
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
XX Attorney-client contracts, orders, stipulations, affidavits, letters between, Judge Justice, Peter Sandmann, Max Flusche, Lawrence Schwartz, Joseph Christy, Peter Freedberger, Patrick Higgenbotham, James A. Turman, Clinton Kersey, March 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
XXI Interrogatories of defendants, answer to defendants' interrogatories, attachments including expert reports, May 1973
XXII Interrogatories of defendants, deposition subpoenas, letter to John Hill from James Turman, motion for order shortening time, May 1973
Box
1999/085-3 XXIII Notices to take depositions, 1972-1973
Hearing on various motions, record of proceedings, April 19, 1971
Box
1999/085-45 Hearing on application for preliminary injunction, record of proceedings, February 16, 1971
Record of proceedings, hearing on whether or not contents of questionnaires should be disclosed, September 7, 1971
[Empty folder used as title - "End of Detailed Index: Start of General Listing"]
B-2-1 Plaintiffs' request for entry upon land for inspection, June - July 1972
B-2-2 Stipulation of the parties as to the court viewing the facilities of the TYC, undated
B-2-3 Order regarding the interviewing of juveniles, November 1971
B-2-4 Mr. Salter, November 1979
[Letters, meeting minutes, notes regarding TYC employment of Bob Salter as their counsel.]
B-2-5 "Windgate," 1975
[Unidentified private letter and special incident reports.]
B-2-6 Interim order, amendment, August 31, 1973, 1973-1974
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Includes findings of fact, conclusions of law, and emergency interim relief orders by Judge William Wayne Justice; notes, correspondence; defendants' motion to amend interim order; memoranda; settlement negotiations, 1973-1974.]
B-2-7 Dr. Turman's instructions to Gatesville employees per instructions of court, July 10, 1973
[Includes agreement on guaranteed phone calls for TYC students.]
B-2-8 Prescription for "Relief" TYC (unknown author), undated
B-2-9 TYC's treatment program design, undated
B-2-10 Sandmann letter to TYC regarding unresolved Ombudsmen reports (Mountain View), March 1974
B-2-11Correspondence from Court regarding transfer of caseworker Clarence Stephens, September 1973
B-2-12 Expert report of Herbert Quay, undated
[Visitation occurred in 1972.]
B-2-13 Letter from Dr. Turman to lawyers re: allegations, July 12, 1973
B-2-14 Sandmann letter regarding allegations of Gainesville lack of compliance, May 15, 1974
B-2-15 Copies of unsigned order and proposed statements to be read to students re: legal interviews, Morales affidavit, 1971
B-2-16 Order regarding expert inspections December 1972 and plaintiff motion for expert inspection, 1972
B-2-17 Correspondence to Judge Justice from Juvenile Judge McClellan, December 1974
Box
1999/085-46 B-2-18 US proposed order; Defendants' objections and expectations there-to; TYC's draft response, August 1974
B-2-19 Notice of appeal and related correspondence, September - December, 1974
B-2-20 Correspondence with Central Texas Chapter of National Association of Social Workers, August 1973
B-2-21 Supplemental opening statement of Judge Dibrell, undated
B-2-22 Texas Department of Mental Health Mental Retardation letter of approval re: provisional certification of Brownwood as comprehensive diagnostic and evaluation center, September 21, 1978
B-2-23 Report of Gatesville evaluation team (Vegas, Derrick, Moore), August, 1973
B-2-24 Settlement negotiations, 1973
B-2-25 New York case regarding placement/environment of PINS [persons in need of supervision], undated
B-2-26 Motion to dismiss (attachments missing), May 1975
B-2-27 Miscellaneous interlocutory, 1972-1976
[notes, memoranda, organizational charts, correspondence]
B-2-28 Notice of initiation of participant observer study, January 5, 1973
B-2-29 Leftover materials from attorney conference, 1978
[organizational charts, assorted data and budget, job descriptions]
B-2-30 Final pre-trial order, June 1973
B-2-31 Second amended complaint, undated [1972]
B-2-32 Gates v. Collier, Fifth Circuit Opinion, 1974
[annotated]
B-2-33 Amici inspection schedule, 1973
B-2-34 Joint motion of plaintiff and amici to amend emergency order of August 31, 1973 and Crenshaw's response, November 1973
B-2-35 Official filings, 1978
B-2-36 Psychiatric definitions, undated
B-2-37 More Derrick reports to court, January 16, 1976
[Contains Texas Youth Council Board minutes and copies of materials from meeting.]
B-2-38 Transcript of meeting at Mountain View on July 21, 1973 with Turman, Salter, Derrick, Place, Morris, and Adams, 1973
[Regarding order of Judge Justice to protect the safety of Mountain View boys who had testified.]
B-2-39 Plaintiff and amici interrogatories, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
B-2-40 Comparison of interrogatories according to subject, undated
B-2-41 Employee acknowledgements regarding August 31, 1973 emergency interim relief, 1973
[Statements signed by all employees.]
Box
1999/085-47 B-2-42 Post-trial internal memoranda regarding appeal/negotiations, etc., undated
B-2-43 Motion to dismiss with brief, May 1975
B-2-44 Answers to interrogatories by amici, court orders, etc., 1973
[annotated]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
B-2-45 Evaluation of plaintiffs' proposals [for negotiations??]
B-2-46 TYC/Attorney General correspondence regarding TYC and Attorney General posture on certain issues and attorney assignments, March 1973
B-2-47 Defendants brief in opposition to plaintiffs' motion for summary judgement no. 1, December 1972
B-2-48 Pre-trial brief of amici on behalf of American Orthopsychiatric Association et al., undated
B-2-49 Ombudsman proposal, 1974
[correspondence and job description]
B-2-50 Defendants' post-trial brief and memorandum of law, March 1974
[legal documents]
B-2-51 Incidents at Gainesville, January 1973
[memoranda and incident reports]
B-2-52 Annual Report of the Texas Youth Council to the Governor, 1969
B-2-53 Source Book for Teachers, Mountain View and Gatesville, 1971
B-2-54 Suggested strategies in Civil Rights Jail Cases by California Attorney General, undated
[printed material]
File list for Drawer B-3
B-3-1 Final Relief Plan Proposals, 1975
[Proposals from both plaintiff's and TYC.]
B-3-2 Proposed relief plans, all parties, 1975
[Submitted to Judge Justice following negotiations.]
B-3-3 Plaintiffs' Plan, systems development working papers, undated
[salary budgets]
Box
1999/085-48 B-3-4 Post-trial relief plan negotiations, 1974-1975
[correspondence, drafts]
B-3-5 Report of the Special Task Force: The Plaintiffs' Plan of Relief in the Case of Morales v. Turman, 1975
B-3-6 Affidavit of Ron Jackson regarding negotiations and agreement re: Mountain View and Gatesville, September 1974
B-3-7 Submission on relief, United States' proposed order, 1974
[legal document]
B-3-8 U. S. submission of relief, 1975
B-3-9 TYC response to U. S. order, 1974
[correspondence and official response]
B-3-10 Plaintiffs proposed facts, undated
[drafts]
B-3-11 Motion to Stay, Motion to Dismiss, 1974
[legal documents and letters]
B-3-12 Excerpt of National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals, undated
[printed material]
B-3-13 Correspondence with Samuel Sublett, 1973
B-3-14 Copies of Papers Relating to Original Plaintiffs (probably exhibits to original complaint), 1971
[Order for discovery to depose and take affidavits from inmates, attorney/client contracts, affidavits.]
B-3-15 Emergency chamber pot at Gainesville, undated
[photograph]
B-3-16 Final Report of the 64th Legislature, 1975
B-3-17 Plaintiffs memorandum of law in support of permanent injunction, etc
B-3-18 Schedule of [juvenile] and her "cottage" schedule, 1972-1973
B-3-19 Recommended TYC policy on filing adult charges on students for criminal acts, February 1978
[memorandum]
B-3-20 U. S. Amicus Curiae brief for Supreme Court, 1977
B-3-21 List of Rules from unidentified institution
B-3-22 Pre-trial memorandum of U. S., 1973
[legal document]
B-3-23 Agreement on guaranteed phone calls for TYC students signed by Bercu and Choate, undated
B-3-24 Plaintiffs' inspection schedule, 1972
[letter]
B-3-25 Appellees' petition for rehearing en banc, Fifth Circuit Court, December 1977
[legal document]
B-3-26 Notice of Appeals by defendants, September 1974
[legal documents and letters]
B-3-27 Application for a Stay of Judgement of U. S. District Court to Supreme Court, October 1974
[letter and legal document]
B-3-28 Current Trends on Placement Policies, Practices and Trends: An Overview, by Kay Hopper, May 1980
B-3-29 Placement in the State of Washington: Primary Example of he Movement to "Get Tough" with Serious Juvenile Offenders, by Kay Hopper, June 1980
B-3-30 Recommendations from Testimonies on Unidentified Subject before Unidentified Body (Legislative Committee?), undated
Box
1999/085-49 B-3-31 Index to Early Pleadings (items next following), undated
[Index to Roman Numeral files found in section B-2.]
B-3-32 A Psychologist Takes a Closer Look at the Recent Landmark Larry P. Opinion, from the American Psychological Associations Newsletter, 1979
B-3-33 Admissions Criteria for Juvenile Secure Treatment Facilities; Documentation of the Incidence of Violent Juvenile Crime; Juvenile Sentencing Structure in the States of Washington and New York, by Lynn Dawson, 1980
B-3-34 Placement - Overview of Research, by Kay Hopper, May 1980
B-3-35 Assessment of the Youthful Offender, by Lynn Dawson, 1980
B-3-36 Family Involvement in the Treatment of Delinquents, by Kay Hopper, 1980
B-3-37 The Effect of Prison Crowding on Inmate Behavior, by McCain, Cox, Paulus, February 1980
B-3-38 Report from Superintendent Riddle re: incident at Gainesville, February 3, 1973
B-3-39 Amici 1979/1980 third interrogatory, backup and review data, volume 1, ca. 1980
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Drafts and memoranda, lists of juveniles in medical data toward the back of the file.]
Box
1999/085-50 B-3-40 Amici 1979/1980 third interrogatory, backup and review data, volume 2, ca. 1980
[drafts, memoranda, and supporting data]
B-3-41 Amici 1979/1980 third interrogatory, exhibits, volume 3, ca. 1980, undated
[Note: Records are Minimum Training Requirements for Staff: Reference Manual, (exhibit 4); Halfway House Medical and Dental Services (exhibit 14); Career Development; staff training policies; Casework Manual; GROUP: A Program of the Texas Youth Council; school paper summarizing Morales case through 1974; memorandum.]
B-3-42 Amici 1979/1980 third interrogatory, exhibits, volume 4, 1977-1979, undated
[Records are 1977-1978 Agency Training Calendar; reference basis for psycho-pharmacotherapy policies; Crockett policies; Gainesville medical guidelines; General policies and procedures manual, medical and dental policies; Youth Advocacy; National Association of State Juvenile Delinquency Program Administrators, roster of members; Infirmary standard operating procedures manuals, 1979 for Brownwood, Statewide Reception Center, West Texas Children's Home, Crockett; interrogatory responses.]
Box
1999/085-51 B-3-42 Amici 1979/1980 third interrogatory, exhibits, volume 4 (continued), ca. 1980, undated
[Brownwood procedures; TYC Food Services Guidelines and Procedures Manual (exhibit 17).]
File list for drawer #B4
B-4-1 Defendants' Supplemental Brief before the Fifth Circuit, June 1977
[legal document]
B-4-2 Defendants' Reply to Amici's memorandum Pertaining to the relevance of O'Connor v. Donaldson to Instant Case, August 1975
[letter and legal document]
B-4-3 Defendants' Reply Brief - Fifth Circuit, April 1975
[legal document]
B-4-4 Brief of Appellants, February 1975
[legal document]
B-4-5 Brief of Appellants, January 1975
[letter and legal document]
B-4-6 Virginia's Amicus Curiae Brief for Appellants before Fifth Circuit, January 1975
[published legal document]
B-4-7 Various Fifth Circuit Opinions, October 1974
[legal documents]
B-4-8 Correspondence between Peter Sandmann, the Attorney General's Office, and the Court re: breakdown of negotiations and appellants schedule, December 1974 - January 1975
B-4-9 Defendants' Motion for Temporary Retention of Record in USDC to Prepare Appellate Record, 1974
[legal document]
B-4-10 Index to Record on Appeal
[table of contents]
B-4-11 Plaintiffs Reply to Defendants' Post-Trial Brief, March 1974
[legal document]
B-4-12 Defendant's Motion to Amend Interim Order and Request to Present Additional Evidence, 1974
[legal document]
B-4-13 Morales, Writ of Habeas Corpus, February 23, 1971
[legal documents]
B-4-14 Memorandum Opinion and Order by Judge William Wayne Justice, August 30, 1974
B-4-15 Attorney's fees, 1975-1980
[legal document, letters and memoranda]
B-4-16 Record of Proceedings: Hearing on Motions, October 31, 1972
[legal document]
Box
1999/085-52 B-4-17 Order of February 12, 1971
[assorted orders, 1971-1973]
B-4-18 Plaintiff's Proposals after negotiations, December 1974 - March 1975
[legal document - photostat]
B-4-19 Tyler F - copy 1, Some of MVSB (Mountain View School for Boys) Graduates, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains personal data sheets on seniors.]
B-4-20 U. S. Exhibit #3 (amended), racial breakdown of staff as of June 1973
[charts and printed material] [3 copies of file]
B-4-21 U. S. Exhibit #3 (amended), racial breakdown of staff, undated
[charts and printed material] [3 copies of file]
B-4-22 Payroll, undated
[Lists only name and title of staff.]
B-4-23 Tyler B - copy 1, Medical, language training
[Contains student evaluations.]
B-4-24 Tyler C - copy 1, caseloads, 1969-1972
[parole caseloads]
B-4-25 Tyler D - copy 3, population, 1949-1972
[population statistics]
B-4-26 Tyler E - copy 3, recidivism, 1949-1972
[recidivism statistics]
B-4-27 Item 1, A Manual for Foster Parents, Texas Youth Council, 1966
B-4-28 Item 2, policy directive sent to M. B. Kindrick by James A. Turman, re the Reception Center, May 18, 1966
B-4-29 Item 3, policy directive to Bill Doggett from James A. Turman re: various subjects and runaways, April 20, 1970
B-4-30 Item 4, application for position with the Texas Youth Council
[blank forms, one filled out?]
B-4-32 Item 10, Instructions for job performance rating sheet, undated
B-4-32 Item 11, Texas Juvenile Court Statistics for 1970: A Brief Analysis of Juvenile Cases Referred to Participating Counties Based Upon the Eighteenth Report of Texas Juvenile Courts, 1970
B-4-33 Item 12, Texas Juvenile Court Statistics for 1971: A Brief Analysis of Juvenile Cases Referred to Participating Counties Based Upon the Nineteenth Annual Report of Texas Juvenile Courts to the Texas Youth Council, 1971
B-4-34 Item 13, Administrative Organization of the Texas Youth Council
[empty]
B-4-35 Item 14, Partial Index of Minutes of the Texas Youth Council and Partial Index of Policy Directives … Council
[empty]
B-4-36 Item 18, four copies of letter from James Turman to Charles Travis setting forth certain addenda, September 6, 1972
B-4-37 Gainesville School for Girls, 1973
[data sheets of juveniles]
B-4-38 Crockett State School for Girls, 1973
[data sheets of juveniles]
B-4-39 Brownwood State Home and School for Girls, 1973
[data sheets of juveniles]
B-4-40 Giddings State Home and School for Boys, 1973
[data sheets of juveniles]
B-4-41 Laws Relating to Children Administered by the Texas State Department of Public Welfare, revised 1957
B-4-42 Gatesville State Schools for Boys, 1973
[data sheets of juveniles]
Box
1999/085-53 B-4-43 Mountain View State School for Boys, 1973
[data sheets of juveniles]
B-4-44 Item 15, Texas Position Classification Plan, June 1972 - May 1973
[job descriptions]
Attorneys fees, 1981
[assorted supporting documentation including legal documents, correspondence, and lists of tasks and time figures?]
Pleadings, post 1978
[legal documents and correspondence]
File Index
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles may be on the list]
[Contains list of people who gave depositions.]
78-300 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1979]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-299 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1979]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-298 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1979]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-297 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1979]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-296 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-294 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-293 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-292 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-291 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
Box
1999/085-54 78-290 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-289 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-288 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-287 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-286 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-285 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-284 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-283 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-282 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-281 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-280 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-279 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-278 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-277 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-276 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-275 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-274 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-273 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-272 [child hearing case file (copies), 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-271 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-270 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-269 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-268 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-267 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
78-266 [child hearing case file (copies) and notes, 1978]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
Harrell (file for Pete Harrell, TYC Director of Personnel and Staff Development), 1981
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
[Contains interrogatories referred to superintendents, list of central office interrogatory assignments, list of interrogatory distributions, notes, work plans, part of a legal document requesting 2nd set of interrogatories and production of documents.]
Box
1999/085-55 [Loose material placed in the order in which they were received], 1973-1980
[One complete and one partial legal document requesting 2nd set of interrogatories and production of documents; blank 2nd interrogatories tracking forms; draft interrogatory questions; memorandum; list of prior work experiences of Crockett State School employees; draft backgrounds of State School employees (Crockett and ?)(1980 and ?); TYC Personnel Manual, 1974; handwritten notes on employee recruitment and EEO violations/grievances for schools; copies of EEO complaint documentation), 1974, 1976, 1980; typescript recruitment, hiring, grievance, and promotion information for Crockett, Giddings, Gainesville, Corsicana, West Texas, and Brownwood schools and homes; complete list of new hires 8-1-1979 through 7-31-1980; wage data for individuals from Corsicana and Brownwood; Statewide Reception Center (visitation?) highlights; plan of Gainesville grounds, completed Gainesville personnel questionnaires; blank administrative review guidelines form; Brownwood, Giddings, and unidentified highlights, personnel questionnaires (some blank), memoranda, and staff background; part of TYC Personnel and Staff Development Policies and Procedures Manual; Crockett, Cedar Grove and unidentified personnel questionnaires and administrative reviews; Crockett job descriptions; assorted notes on assorted schools/homes/camps; manuscript charts on staff data for Chelsea Hall, Dallas House, Neuces House, Salado House, and Valley House; page of interrogatory response?; 1973 and 1979 staff data; Morales v. Turman Findings of Fact, 1973.]
Box
1999/085-56 [Untitled folder containing request for staff data, 1980]
Chang v. the Texas Youth Council, 1977-1980
[employee grievance case]
[Loose material, 1980]
[Includes 1980 teacher certification credentials, draft and memorandum copy; February 1980 staff data sheets; handwritten notes on staff.]
[Manila envelope containing assorted purchase and travel vouchers and job descriptions, for proof of recruitment, sent to the Office of Civil Rights for the Gainesville review in 1978]
Morales v. Turman, 1980
[Contains possibly excepted information: addresses of employees]
[Contains work plans, lists of Corsicana staff, lists of rejected and hired staff members, address lists of staff members, lists of TYC recruiting sources and EEO grievances, EEO grievances, Giddings and Crockett draft lists of recruiting sources and grievances, Reception personnel questionnaires, administrative reviews, notes on facility problems and staff, agenda for April 16-18, response to interrogatory regarding staff, charts of staff data, highlights of Gainesville school (visit? investigation?), EEO complaints, promotion and job vacancy notifications, notes on hiring for Corsicana, Brownwood, West Texas, Gainesville, and Giddings schools/homes, address lists for people interviewed and not interviewed for parole officer position, staff training at Crockett, 1979 Crockett hiring and application material, 1973 and 1979 comparative staff data draft notes and memoranda, and draft responses and charts for interrogatories.]
[untitled wallet], 1980:
Notes from Brownwood, April 22-25, 1980
[notes, response letter from superintendent, student handbook]
80-2003 Notes on Liebgo H. Ed and meeting with Brownwood caseworkers, March 20, 1980
Administrative Review, April 1980
[Preparatory material including plans of work, staff assignments, notes, list of task force recommendations, list of areas to investigate/questions to ask.]
West Texas Children's Home, June 3-9, 1980
[notes, highlights, work plans]
Box
1999/085-57 Issue Isolation, Lakeway Conference MVT(?), January 15, 1980
[Notes and summary background material on each issue discussed - in preparation for trial?]
Notes from Gainesville, May 13-17, 1980
[notes, highlights, student handbook]
Notes from Giddings, May 7-9, 1980
[notes and highlights]
Reception Center; Crockett, May 21-23, 1980; May 27-29, 1980
[notes and highlights]
Morales Dangerousness Predictions, 1980
[Notes and TYC paper on the prediction of violent behavior in juveniles.]
Medical care, 1980
[Appropriate selections from TYC policy institutions manual.]
Institutional follow-up of institutional review, June 25, 1980
[recommendations for follow-up work-plans, notes, printed material]
Morales - Witness list, 1977, 1980
[list of potential expert witnesses, notes on them, correspondence, newsletter]
Meeting with Security Directors, October 7, 1980
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Notes, discipline and security policies, security report, blank forms, 1980 monthly security summary sheets, filled out incident report with first names of juveniles, blank forms from West Texas and Giddings, notes (some on acidic paper), draft of part of TYC institutions manual.]
81-1035 Deposition of Maurice Heatly, 1973
Memos, Morales, Attorney General, 1981
[notes; research and to do lists; memoranda June 30, 1980; list of litigation issues]
Notes from distribution audits, February 29, 1980
Prison condition cases, undated
[Notes from speech by Harry Swanger.]
80-2069 West Texas Children's Home, July 1981
[notes]
Morales, Interrogatories update, WES of procedures, 1979
[notes and printed material]
80-2052 Morales interrogatories II, Heatly and Cox, 1981
[Notes and correspondence assigning interrogatories, printed lists of doctors and psychiatrists.]
Instructions to interrogatory answers, 2nd inquiries, 1981
[memoranda, letters, legal submission of interrogatories and request for documents, instructional material]
Morales Interrogatories II, running notes, March 9, 1981
[Records are notes (steno pads and typescript), memoranda, letters, June San Francisco negotiations report and notes, interrogatory instructions- drafts and final instructions, copy of legal document on 2nd interrogatories.]
Box
1999/085-58 Computer, March 1981
[instruction notes]
Central Office List, questions answered only from student files, 2nd interrogatories, April 24, 1981
[Lists of questions with possible student file input, memoranda, notes]
Interrogatory master assignment lists, April 1981
Settlement, administrative memos - institutions, December 1981
[memoranda]
82-1144 Handicapped regulations TEA, February 1982
[memo and notes]
[Loose materials], 1982, undated
[Records are Loose Plaintiffs' Proposal, preliminary draft, January-February 1982; blank form, Morales support Committee proposal review; memorandum re: support committee negotiations.]
82-1127 Attorney General correspondence, 1978
[Letters and memoranda re: evidence compilation.]
Interrogatory working file, memoranda re: questions form the field, 1981
82-1121 File lists, 1981
82-1069 Changes in TYC since October 1981, submission to plaintiffs, 1982
[memoranda and letters]
82-1128 Correspondence Berkley B. Bettis
[Notes and correspondence regarding the trial.]
82-1119 Berkly B. Bettis notes, 1979-1980
[Notes, research proposal on child abuse in TYC, Bettis' draft instructions to staff and students re: potential visitations by experts and attorneys, to do lists to answer interrogatories.]
80-1072 Morales evidentiary materials, 1974-1981
[Notes and drafts re TYC long range plan; responses to interrogatories re: recreation with supporting materials; lists of task force recommendations; lists of potential expert observers; list of emergency shelters for juveniles; 1977 general policy and procedures manual; Crockett Wilderness program policies (undated); discipline, psychiatric care and restraint policies; research paper; cost data; An evaluation of decentralized reception, 1980; memorandum on medical problems and halfway house placement; memorandum on special education; legal document from Means v. Wilson, 1974; institutional release follow-up, 1981.]
Untitled wallet folder, 1973-1974, 1979, 1981
[File 1 of 2]
[1981 copy of the deposition of Dr. Maurice Heatly; Standards of Health Services in Juvenile Correctional Facilities, 1979; potential medical health care standards; procedures for solitary confinement; portions of opinions in Morales v. Turman from 1973 and 1974]
Box
1999/085-59 Untitled wallet folder, ca. 1980-1981
[File 2 of 2]
[1980-1981 internal audits of TYC medical facilities; medical task force questionnaires (most blank); copies of forms recording child medical care; copies of information supplied to plaintiffs re: agency administration and medical staff; proposal to review TYC medical and psychiatric services by Texas Medical Foundation and by Prison Management Systems, Inc.]
Loose letter received, 1982
Box
1999/085-59 [Manila envelope labeled "Mr. Drake" containing purchase, travel, and encumbrance vouchers, 1982]
Jeanise v. Jackson (class action/girls and Crockett Camps), 1977
[Contains possibly excepted information: Social Security numbers]
[Responses to plaintiffs interrogatories, supporting material for interrogatories, list of Crockett policies and procedures.]
[Loose material, records of in-house staff training and general experience, staff data, 1980, undated]
[File 1 of 4] [oversize material removed to OS Box 31, folder 4]
Box
1999/085-60 [Loose material, individual staff wage data, list of staff promotions, selections from personnel policy manual, letter re: staff member, notes on staff, 1980, undated]
[Files 2-4 of 4]
Hogg Foundation, 1974-1975
[correspondence and meeting material]
81-1047 and 81-1029, Canning and Sutton
[wallet file]:
Blank or redacted medical and testing records
[File 1 of 7]
Untitled file containing Committee on Treatment task force recommendations; memoranda; copies of student records- admittance, testing, medical, evaluative, 1975-1976, 1980-1982
[File 2 of 7]
Copies of student records- admittance, testing, medical, evaluative, 1980-1981
[File 3 of 7]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Texas Youth Council Casework Manual, 1979
[File 4 of 7]
Copies of student records- admittance, testing, medical, evaluative, police, from Brownwood and Giddings, 1976-1981
[Files 5-6 of 7]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Copies of student records- admittance, testing, medical, evaluative, police, from Brownwood and Giddings, 1976-1981
[File 7 of 7]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Box
1999/085-61 [Untitled wallet folder]:
Child medical grievances and records, from Giddings, 1978-81
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Letter from the Attorney General, Mark White, to Ron Jackson, TYC on medical services, 1979
Child medical grievances and records, from Brownwood and Gainesville, 1978-81
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Act creating the Texas Youth Council, 1957
Deposition of Dr. James Turman, May 1-3, 1973
[3 folders]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on March 26, 2002, LKS]
Box
1999/085-62 Information furnished to plaintiffs in anticipation of settlement, Parts III and IV (1st submission), 1981
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles, home addresses of state employees]
[Contains printed materials, reports, lists of juveniles hospitalized, lists of teachers including background and some home addresses.]
Information furnished in anticipation of settlement, Volume 2, 1981
[Contains list of training schools, halfway houses, and residential contract care centers, MBO in TYC, job descriptions, and employee policies and procedures manual.]
Information furnished in anticipation of settlement, Volume 3, 1981
[Contains training requirements, employee orientation manual, employee handbook, history of the juvenile justice system, the Texas juvenile justice system, on-the-job training outline.]
Information furnished in anticipation of settlement, Volume 5, 1981
[Contains sample basic child care module on the role of child care staff, interpersonal skills I and II training modules, sample security training module on handling the violent student.]
Box
1999/085-63 Information furnished in anticipation of settlement, Volume 8, 1981
[Contains career development modules, skills-based treatment program, overview of helping skills, individual youth diagnostic profile, orientation and skills modules, group manual, resumes of psychologists.]
Information furnished in anticipation of settlement, Volume 9, 1981
[School visitation policies, rules of conduct, student handbooks, sanctions for rule violations security procedures and grievance procedures.]
Information furnished in anticipation of settlement, Volume 10, 1981
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains sample reports and performance measures - some reports contain names.]
[Untitled notebook of photocopies of printed material, interrogatories and interrogatory responses.]
Reception Center, Peer Review, 1980
Box
1999/085-64 Brownwood, Peer Review, 1980
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains intermixed notes which may bear student names.]
Giddings, Peer Review, 1980
Crockett, Peer Review, 1980
West Texas, Peer Review, 1980
Gainesville Peer Review, 1980
Recommendations and follow-up, Peer Review, September 1980
[report]
Box
1999/085-65 "Peer Review Package," Treatment Programs Department, Texas Youth Council, 1980
Questions/Issues prepared by the Attorney General's Office in preparation for Peer Review, 1980
Peer review assignments, 1980
[memorandum]
Peer review packet, 1980
[Draft includes mission statement, preparatory steps, schedule, and sample forms.]
Peer review working papers, 1980
Administrative review notebook, draft, 1980
Administrative review orientation meeting, April 1980
[handouts for meeting]
Massachusetts evaluation, 1979
[photocopy of evaluation process and procedures]
Research (Attempting Rehabilitation: Summary of Research), undated
[printed material]
Population Projections, November 1981
[statistics]
Public Access to Government Information, 1974 and undated
[memorandum and letter]
Drugs
[lists of drug terms/slang]
Changes in TYC since September 1973
[organizational workshop handout, memoranda on proposed record destruction schedule, staff changes at Gatesville, and assorted other matters]
Flow Charts, TYC, 1973, undated
Positive Peer Culture, 1974
[printed material - photostat]
Gatesville Task Force, 1978
[Material regarding work of task force to phase out and close Gatesville Schools by August 31, 1979.]
Florida, 1977
[printed material and publications on Florida's youthful offender program]
Juvenile Probation, undated
[reports]
Box
1999/085-66 Juvenile delinquency, 1982
[printed material, reports, papers, letter]
Joint Study Group (Bill Anderson), 1978
[minutes, memoranda, proposed and draft policies, photocopies, printed material, and letters]
[Records concern the Joint Study Committee on Children and Youth.]
[Interim Report of the 65th Legislative Session, Committee on Social Services, Texas House of Representatives; and a copy of SB 111 as passed]
Innovative Ideas for Change, 1973
[policy directives and lists of areas requiring change]
Training Information
[Resume of Ron Jackson up to 1979.]
TYC Agency Recommendations, 1980
[Memoranda and reports from TYC administrators to Ron Jackson.]
Statutes - State, 1970-1971, undated
[copies of assorted state statutes]
Statutes - TYC, 1970-1977
[printed material, bill copies, correspondence]
Far, Far to Go: Public Spending for Children and Youth in Texas, 1982
South Texas Region (An Evaluation of the Texas Youth Council's South Texas Region,) 1977
[A grouped set of files]:
Leg. [Legal? Legislative?], [1971-ca. 1979]:
[Information [contains letter from Turman, 1971; official copies of court orders served to Ron Jackson, 1971, 1973; list of appropriations bills 72nd Legislature; correspondence re: House and Senate Bills, 1979, and a questionnaire and photocopied article.]
Box
1999/085-67 Hobby Committee, 1949, 1971, 1976, 1979:
[Note: Records are Child by Child We Build a Nation: A Youth Development Program for the State Of Texas, 1949; James A. Turman remarks, 1971; Draft Recommendations of the Subcommittee on Health and Welfare Joint Advisory Committee on Government Operations: Youth Services, 1976 and TYC recommendations based upon them; Ron Jackson presentation material; Materials regarding SB 1064 and HB 39, 1979, letters.]
Morales v. Turman, 1974, 1978, 1981
[Includes copy of 1974 Memorandum Order and Opinion, memoranda re: negotiations and attorneys fees, notes, printed materials.]
Morales, 1984
[Correspondence, resumes of Consultant Committee members, Declaration of Peter Sandmann, Second Amended Settlement Agreement with Supporting Memorandum, final Judgement, TYC newsletter.]
Human Rights of Children, 1973
[Printed materials and testimony from experts for House Committee on Human Resources Hearing on September 21, 1973.]
Status Offenders, 1976
[memoranda, letters and reports on status offender project]
Second Amended Settlement Agreement, 1984
[Loose: Morales Consultant Committee: Report to the Texas Youth Commission, November 1, 1985 (2 copies) and TYC draft responses to issues raised in the report; draft copy of Second Report to the Texas Youth Commission, November 1986], 1985-1986
[File 1 of 2]
Box
1999/085-68 [Loose: Morales Consultant Committee: Report to the Texas Youth Commission, November 1, 1985 (2 copies) and TYC draft responses to issues raised in the report; draft copy of Second Report to the Texas Youth Commission, November 1986], 1985-1986
[File 2 of 2]
Correspondence, 1984
[Memoranda between TYC staff regarding meetings/conversations with Consultant Committee members.]
Consultant Panel, Presentation, June 18, 1984
[Printed and background materials for TYC presentation to Consultant Committee.]
[Loose materials], 1973-1974
[Copy of Robert Baxter's testimony in a case in Kentucky, 1983; Morales deposition of Dr. Maurice Heatly, 1973; photocopies of Morales 1973 and 1974 Injunction and Order from the Federal Supplement.]
[Morales Issues: World of Tennis, Lakeway, January 22-23, 1980, containing meeting materials including photocopied printed materials and completed 1979 interrogatories], 1979-1980
Final Report: Reorganization and Deinstitutionalization of the Texas Youth Council, prepared for the Morales Implementation Planning Committee and The Mental Health Law Project by the Resource Group, Inc., 1973
Box
1999/085-69 Defendants supplemental information furnished in anticipation of settlement, November, 1983
[Volumes 1 (in blue paper cover) and 2 (in brown paper cover)]
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains list of hospitalized students.]
[Loose legal documents and letter regarding amici attorney fees, 1983]
[Binder], 1973-1980
[Contains materials to help agency prepare for rehearing the Morales case by 1980; contains work plan, Rivers memo, denial of rehearing by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1977, findings of fact, 1973, Memorandum Opinion and Order, 1974, interrogatories, 1979, responses to interrogatories.]
Box
1999/085-70 Information furnished in anticipation of settlement, TYC working copy, text
Binder: Information furnished in anticipation of settlement (Volume 1?), 1981
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Contains list of hospitalized students.]
Binder: Inspection reference book, August -November, 1981
[letters, memoranda, and reports by multiple people on 1981 inspections]
[Loose materials], 1973-1989
[file 1 of 7]
[Records are 1981 correspondence and inspection report; incident reports, 1988-1989; Record of Proceedings Oral Hearing to Approve Proposed Settlement, April 1984; memorandum on settlement negotiations 1973; memoranda, reports, drafts, and correspondence on attorney fees, court order implementation costs and assorted court costs, 1980-1984; photocopies of published Morales court orders/opinions; letter re: 1978 agreed evidence gathering; notice of settlement hearing, 1983; plaintiff's proposal review of, responses to, and summary of responses, 1982; negotiation notes, 1981-1982; Richel Rivers correspondence regarding negotiation preparation and legal fees, 1981-1982; interrogatory responses, 1981; draft motion for approval of settlement agreement; menu planning, 1980.]
Box
1999/085-71 [Loose materials], 1973-1989
[files 2-7 of 7]
[Records are 1981 correspondence and inspection report; incident reports, 1988-1989; Record of Proceedings Oral Hearing to Approve Proposed Settlement, April 1984; memorandum on settlement negotiations 1973; memoranda, reports, drafts, and correspondence on attorney fees, court order implementation costs and assorted court costs, 1980-1984; photocopies of published Morales court orders/opinions; letter re: 1978 agreed evidence gathering; notice of settlement hearing, 1983; plaintiff's proposal review of, responses to, and summary of responses, 1982; negotiation notes, 1981-1982; Richel Rivers correspondence regarding negotiation preparation and legal fees, 1981-1982; interrogatory responses, 1981; draft motion for approval of settlement agreement; menu planning, 1980.]
82-1414 [Juvenile] habeas corpus, lists of students, 1973
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
Box
1999/085-72 [Loose materials], 1979-1990
[Records are Morales interrogatories, April work plan; 1981 memoranda re: interrogatories; 1980 work plan to prepare agency for rehearing; litigation issues; notes from Morales meeting; memoranda re: interrogatory responses; settlement agreement material; Set of Interrogatories, Set 1, 1979; Settlement material, 1982; attorney's fees documents and draft, 1981, 1986; incident reports, 1988-1990.]
Memos from Charles Derrick (ombudsman), 1974
[Loose materials], 1984-1987
[Records are Appellants Brief and Reply Brief in Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals re: attorney fees; attorney fees correspondence, 1987; draft and second amended settlement agreement and memorandum in support of settlement agreement, 1984; newsletter, 1984; Order approving second amended settlement agreement, 1984; printed material.]
Brief and Order regarding amici's fees, 1985
[Includes some correspondence.]
82-1404 Rules of the Texas Youth Council, 1972
[Includes some printed material.]
[Loose materials], 1982-1984
[Settlement and consent decree, 1982; correspondence, memoranda, and time charts for attorney fees, 1982-1984; work on response of Consultants Committee 1984 reports; Judge Justices 1983 rejection of amended settlement; correspondence and press release regarding amended settlement.]
Consultant Resumes, 1982
[Includes typed notes on qualifications.]
Morales Consultant Committee, selection material and bio information, 1982
[memoranda, resumes, notes, bibliographies, correspondence] [File 1 of 2]
Box
1999/085-73 Morales Consultant Committee, selection material and bio information, 1982
[memoranda, resumes, notes, bibliographies, correspondence] [File 2 of 2]
[Loose materials], 1973-1987
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Note: Records are printed material and newsletters (some on newsprint like paper); Morales v. Turman settlement agreement; summary of opinion in Ruiz v. Estelle; clippings (photocopies and newsprint; summary of amended settlement changes, 1983; 1987 attorney fees court opinions; list of issues in Morales v. Turman; copies of early Morales documents including habeas corpus petition and order, emergency interim relief order, memoranda re: Mountain View, legal documents from another case ?, official list received from Asst. Attorney General Max Flusche (of petitioner juveniles), list of juveniles placed on indefinite furlough, 1972; Morales v. Turman Settlement Agreement, 1982; Morales v. Turman Consensus Agreement, 1982; Memorandum and Opinion awarding attorneys fees, 1980; Finding of Fact, 1973; Declaration of Peter Sandman, 1984; Declaration of Allen Breed, 1984; Declaration of J. W. Irwin regarding attorneys fees, 1980; Interrogatory responses with list of petitioner juveniles, 1972; Ombudsman's population report, 1974; Settlement Agreement, abridged version, 1983.]
Record of Proceedings: Oral Hearing to Finally Approve Proposed Settlement, 1984
[Juvenile] Ranch Haven allegations, November 1989
Loose incident reports from Tejas Home for Youth-Palo Pinto Center, 1990
Attorneys fees warrants, 1986
[Loose materials], 1974-1982
[Records are Defendants supplemental brief to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1977; Memorandum Opinion and Order, 1974; 1981 Richel Rivers correspondence regarding negotiations, interrogatories, inspection debriefings; work plans, reports; menus and cook's experience; plaintiff's proposals; 1982 summary of potential changes due to Morales agreement; summary notes from negotiation sessions, 1982.]
Box
1999/085-74 [Self-evaluation Reports, responses, and correspondence for the Sunset review], 1986
Morales Consultant Committee, Fourth Year Report, 1988-1989
[Contains the November 1st consultants report, the March 1989 TYC response, correspondence between Ron Jackson and the consultants, reports, draft response material, memoranda, 1988-1989.]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on May 19, 2003, LKS]
Morales Consultant Committee: Fourth Report to the Texas Youth Commission, November 1, 1988
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on May 19, 2003, LKS]
Box
1999/085-75 Response to Third Year Morales Report, 1987-1988
[notes, memoranda, drafts, printed material]
Response to Second Year Morales Report, 1986-1987
[correspondence, memoranda, reports, drafts]
Morales Consultant Committee: Third Report to the Texas Youth Commission, October 1, 1987
Morales Consultant Committee Third Year Response, January 13, 1988
[Includes a letter.]
Compliance materials, 2nd Year Report
[memoranda]
Morales Consultant Committee: Second Report to the Texas Youth Council, December 1, 1986
[two copies and draft with letter]
Morales Consultants committee 1st year report, 1985
[2 copies of draft and one of final version] [file 1 of 2]
Box
1999/085-76 Morales Consultants committee 1st year report, 1985
[2 copies of draft and one of final version] [file 2 of 2]
Response to first year Morales report, 1986
Compliance materials, first year report, 1986
[Includes a TYC brochure in Spanish, memoranda, printouts, work plans, drafts of response, printed material.]
Consultant fees and reports, 1982
[reports, fee estimates, drafts, responses to recommendations]
Settlement agreement, medical aspects, 1983
[settlement agreement, memoranda, drafts, notice of hearing, drug training material]
Settlement agreement, 1983-1984
[Includes copy of settlement agreement, newsletter, letters to Texas officials, trial dismissal, Second Amended Settlement Agreement, memoranda, press release, Final Judgement, Motion for approval of settlement, material in preparation for the second amended settlement agreement, plaintiffs proposal preliminary draft.] [File 1 of 2]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on May 19, 2003, LKS]
Box
1999/085-77 Settlement agreement, 1983-1984
[Includes copy of settlement agreement, newsletter, letters to Texas officials, trial dismissal, Second Amended Settlement Agreement, memoranda, press release, Final Judgement, Motion for approval of settlement, material in preparation for the second amended settlement agreement, plaintiffs proposal preliminary draft.] [File 2 of 2]
[Redacted and/or removed information excepted from public disclosure, on May 19, 2003, LKS]
Morales v. Turman, 1974, 1982-1983
[Records are legal documents and letters regarding settlement agreement, 1983; 1974 Memorandum Opinion and Order; plaintiffs proposal preliminary draft, 1982; printed material; 1983 Memorandum Opinion and order rejecting amended settlement agreement.]
Allen Breed, Morales Consultant Committee member, correspondence, 1984-1989
[correspondence, notes, drafts, memoranda, reports, travel itineraries]
[The correspondence contains some student data.]
Orientation to TYC for the Consultant Committee, 1984
[agenda, memoranda, letters, summary of TYC services]
Dr. Milton Shore, Morales Committee Consultant, correspondence, 1984-1988
[correspondence, memoranda, travel arrangements, reports]
Box
1999/085-78 Dr. Frank Garfunkel, Morales Consultant Committee member, correspondence, 1984-1989
[correspondence, memoranda, travel arrangements]
Staff reports on Morales Consultants visits, 1984-1988
[memoranda, e-mail printouts, letters]
[A few memoranda contain student data.]
Testimony of Dr. Robert F. Baxter, 1973
[p. 139-140]
Materials removed from binder:
File 1, second amended settlement agreement, Morales Consultant Committee first year report, response to first year report, 1984-1986
File 2, Morales Consultant Committee second year report, response to second year report, 1986-1987
File 3, response to second year report, response to third year report, 1987-1988
Ron Jackson's binder of World of Tennis, Lakeway Morales Issues meeting materials, 1980
[Includes responses to 1979 interrogatories.]
Binder of World of Tennis, Lakeway Morales Issues meeting materials, 1980
[2 files]
[Includes printed material, work plans, issues lists, and responses to 1979 interrogatories.]
81-1031 Defendants 2nd interrogatories, proposed answers, October 26, 1981
[Contains possibly excepted information: names of juveniles]
[Includes lists of hospitalized juveniles.]
Defendants proposed standards, and comparison of standards, 1974-1975
Box
1999/085-80 Plaintiffs interrogatories set 2, 1981
[Contains work plans, objections, letters and other materials related to the interrogatory set.]
[Loose orders and injunctions], 1971-1973
81-1056 Miscellaneous Attorney General correspondence, 1981
[File contains Richel Rivers correspondence, one debriefing contains name of students.]
81-1055 Administrative front, 1981
[Printed material and press release regarding the position of the United States as Amicus Curiae.]
81-1057 Bettis running notes, 1981
[Notes concerning San Francisco meeting to discuss settlement possibilities.]
Second Amended Complaint, May 1972
Review of Gainesville State School, [1980?]
Review of Brownwood school, 1980
Administrative review of Giddings State Home and School, [1980?]
Administrative Review of West Texas Children's Home, 1980
[Loose materials], 1979, 1981
[Records are Gainesville State School Student Handbook, 1979; memorandum, 1981; Guided Group Interaction: The Group Program of the Crockett State School.]
Comments on Proposed Relief, 1974
[memoranda, notes, letters]
Justice Department Relief Plan, July 11, 1975
[legal document]
Defendants motion for a protective order and objections to the 2nd interrogatories; plaintiffs responses to defendants objections, 1981
[legal documents]
Defendants suggested standards, April 1975
[legal document and table of contents]
Attorney General's representation, 1981
[correspondence and Senate Bill 452]
Plaintiffs relief plan, resulting from negotiations conducted between December 1974 and March 1975
[Loose statistics regarding student population, including drafts], 1972