Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality:

An Inventory of the Commission on Environmental Quality Photographs at the Texas State Archives, 1970-2006, undated


Creator: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Title: Commission on Environmental Quality photographs
Dates: 1970-2006, undated
Abstract: These records document the internal, inter-agency, and outreach activities of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and its predecessor organizations--the Texas Water Commission, the Texas Air Control Board, the Texas Water Development Board, and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. The TCEQ ensures compliance with federal environmental policies and regulates air and water quality, waste management, and natural resource conservation for the state of Texas. This collection consists of photographs, negatives, contact sheets, internegatives, slides, and various notes and preparatory materials, dating 1970-2006 and undated. Photograph formats range from 3x5 to 11x14 inches and are color and black-and-white.
Quantity: 10.83 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written entirely in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality continues efforts begun by the state in the early twentieth century to regulate the environment with respect to air and water quality, waste management, and natural resource conservation, and to comply with federal environmental policies.

The Texas Board of Water Engineers was established in 1913 (Irrigation Act, House Bill 37, 33rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session) to approve plans for determining surface water rights. In 1917, the Texas Legislature authorized the creation of water districts to manage water resources and determine surface water rights (amendment to Article 16 of the Texas Constitution). In 1949 the State Board of Water Examiners was created to designate underground reservoirs which would be managed by underground water districts (House Bill 162, 51st Legislature, Regular Session).

In 1945, the Texas Department of Health was granted regulatory power to enforce water quality standards for public water supplies (Senate Bill 81, 49th Legislature, Regular Session). In 1952, the Department of Health also began monitoring air quality in the state.

The Texas Water Development Board was created in 1957 to forecast water needs and to distribute funding for water supply projects (House Bill 161, 55th Legislature, Regular Session). The Water Well Drillers Board was established in 1961 as a result of a statute that required water well drillers to register with the Board of Water Engineers (House Bill 409, 57th Legislature, Regular Session).

In 1962, the Board of Water Engineers was given some responsibility for water conservation and pollution control and was renamed the Texas Water Commission (House Bill 12, 57th Legislature, 3rd Called Session). The TWC was known as the Texas Water Rights Commission from 1965 until 1977, when its name was changed back to the Texas Water Commission. The Commission had three governor-appointed members who served overlapping six-year terms. Commissioners were paid a salary and were limited to serving two terms.

In 1977, the state’s water-related agencies were combined to create the Texas Department of Water Resources. The Texas Water Development Board set policy while the Texas Water Commission made rulings on permits (Senate Bill 1139, 65th Legislature, Regular Session). When the Department of Water Resources was abolished in 1985, the Texas Water Commission became responsible for the department’s regulatory duties. Other responsibilities were passed to the Water Development Board.

In 1991, the Legislature passed Senate Bill 2 (72nd Legislature, 1st Called Session), which began consolidating environmental regulatory agencies. Accordingly, in 1992, the Texas Water Commission absorbed the functions of the Texas Water Well Drillers Board and the Texas Board of Irrigators, and assumed solid waste, drinking water protection, and wastewater treatment responsibilities from the Texas Department of Health. In 1993, the TWC and Texas Air Control Board were combined to create the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. The TWC formed the core of the new commission and the TWC commissioners were retained by the TNRCC.

In 2002, according to recommendations by the Texas Sunset Commission, the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission became the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. TCEQ retains the same structure as the Texas Water Commission, with three governor-appointed commissioners serving a maximum of two six-year overlapping terms. The governor chooses the Commission’s chair.

The TCEQ ensures compliance with federal and state laws concerning water and air quality, and manages waste disposal, water resources, and cleanup of contaminated sites. It has approximately 3,000 employees, 16 regional offices, and a $466 million operating budget for the 2011 fiscal year.

The TCEQ has six offices: the Office of Administrative Services; the Office of Compliance and Enforcement; the Office of the Executive Director; the Office of Legal Services; the Office of Permitting, Remediation and Registration; and the Office of Environmental Policy, Analysis, and Assessment.

(Sources include: the agency website ( http://www.tceq.texas.gov/about/tceqhistory.html ), accessed March 2011; The Texas State Historical Association Handbook of Texas Online ( http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/mdtnf and http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/mdbks ), accessed March 2011; and Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission: An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1990-2001 ( http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/20076/tsl-20076.html ), accessed March 2011.)

Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) ensures compliance with federal environmental policies and regulates air and water quality, waste management, and natural resource conservation for the state of Texas. This collection consists of photographs, negatives, contact sheets, internegatives, slides, and various notes and preparatory materials, dating 1970-2006 and undated. Subjects include natural disasters, environmental stewardship and restoration endeavors like water quality control and Superfund projects, community projects, scientific research, sustainability initiatives such as recycling, and state officials including governors, legislators, and commissioners. Projects documented in the collection include a groundwater contamination investigation, Texas Recycles Day, Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, Austin Hazardous Waste Recycling Day, and the Fluid Water Conservation Lab. Materials relating to natural disasters include photographs of Colorado River floods, Hurricane Allen damage, Medina River acid spills, Galveston Bay pollution, and oil spills.

Political activities and other organizations documented in this collection include banquets with Texas governors - Ann Richards, George W. Bush, and Rick Perry; trade shows; Environmental Excellence Awards; news conferences; and meetings of the Texas Board of Irrigators, the Texas Mapping Advisory Council, the National Drinking Water Advisory Council, and the Texas Commission on Human Rights.

Photographs are in color or black-and-white and range in size, including print sizes 3x5, 3.5x5, 5x7, 8x10, and 11x14 inches.


Arrangement of the Records

The records are arranged largely as received from the agency, with some minor arrangement by the students processing this collection. The folders are arranged chronologically. All undated folders are arranged alphabetically at the end of the series. This excludes the undated folder "Miscellaneous (tires, oil, stream, El Paso)" which contains larger items and is located in an oversized box at the end of the series.


Restrictions on Access

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

Restrictions on Use

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

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.

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 Air Control Board.
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission.
Texas Water Commission.
Galveston Bay National Estuary Program.
Recycling (Waste, etc.)--Texas.
Environmental agencies--Texas.
Natural disasters--Texas
Oil spills--Texas--Galveston Bay.
Floods--Texas--Colorado River.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Environmental agencies --1970-2006, undated.
Negatives--Texas--Environmental agencies--1970-2004, undated.
Contact Sheets--Texas--Environmental agencies--1972-2003, undated.
Internegatives--Texas--Environmental agencies--1976-2000, undated.
Slides (photographs)--Texas--Environmental agencies--1976-2000, undated.

Related Material

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

Texas State Archives
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Records, 1990-2001, 4.69 cubic ft.
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Water rights files, 1914-1997, about 242 cubic ft., RESTRICTED. [These records are currently unprocessed, see staff for assistance. Call numbers are 2002/207-1 thru 242. A microfilm copy of these records is available at The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ); contact TCEQ’s Record Services Division to use the film.]
Texas Water Commission, Minutes, 1913-1986, 7.77 cubic ft.
Texas Water Commission, Agenda and dockets, 1980-1989, 2.9 cubic ft.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item) Texas Commission on Environmental Quality photographs. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 2009/134

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Communications Office, on May 19, 2009.

Processing Information

Rehousing by Robert Stephens III, St. Edwards University, Spring 2010

Processed by Savannah Gignac, Amy Franco, Russell Holley-Hurt, and Brent Sipes, University of Texas School of Information, March-April 2011

Detailed Description of the Records


Commission on Environmental Quality photographs, 1970-2006, undated,
10.83 cubic ft.

2009/134-1 Hurricane Celia, August 31, 1970
Neches River, Dam, July 1, 1972
Aerial photos Lake Palestine and Cypress Springs, September 1, 1973
Lake Palestine, etc., June 1, 1974
Lake Austin, fall leaves, water lilies, peacocks, September 1, 1974
Dogwood blossoms, March 1, 1975
Titus County Dam construction, September 1, 1975
Austin and Lake Travis area, December 1, 1975
Views taken around Red Rock, December 3, 1975
Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, February 1, 1976
McKinney Falls State Park, March 1, 1976
Javelina, etc., July 4, 1976
Ground water contamination investigation, Round Rock, January 20, 1977
Stream gauging stations, March 15, 1977
Red River Compact, May 1, 1979
Water well drilling, May 1, 1979
Hurricane Allen damage, 1980
Fluid water conservation lab, October 1, 1980
Charlie Nemir, March 30, 1981
Girl replacing tape on computer, September 1, 1981
Portraits of Sonny Kretzschmar, Harry Pruett, and Seth Burnit, September 1, 1981
High Plains Underground Water Conservation District 1, February 1, 1982
Governor Mark White with Charlie Nemir, Bill Kempt portrait, 1984
Graphic arts personnel, 1984
Texas Department of Agriculture, personnel, Texas Department of Water Resources, 1984
Water facts water plan, 1984
Water quality stream sampling, 1984
Houston/Orange trip, July 1, 1984
East Texas (Lake Belton, Stillhouse, Livingston, Conroe), August 1, 1984
Texas Natural Resources Information System activities, August 1, 1984
Texas Mapping Advisory Council meeting, board meeting, September 1, 1984
Water scenics, September 1, 1984
Dr. Grubbs portrait, October 1, 1984
Larry Soward, 1985
Scenic internegatives, highway department, 1985
Scenics and agency activities, 1985
Spanish War Veterans' Memorial, 1985
Texas Board of Irrigators, 1985
Various negatives, 1985
State Capitol, March 1, 1985
Central records display, July 1, 1985
Acid spill, Medina River, September 1, 1985
Texas Mapping Advisory Council, September 1, 1985
Aerial shots and Lake Travis, October 1, 1985
Division heads portraits, October 1, 1985
Harry Pruett, Water Rights and Uses Division, October 1, 1985
Portraits of Barry Sarma, M. Blulock, S. Schwartz, G. Stansberry, Harold Jobes, Texas Water Commission division heads, October 1, 1985
Texas Mapping Advisory Council meeting and other agency activities, October 21, 1985
Informal portraits of assistant division directors for water bucket, December 1, 1985
David Barker, 1986
Internegatives from slides, 1986
Irrigation shots, 1986
Scenics, xeriscape, Texas Water Commission display, 1986
Sesquicentennial display, 1986
Terry Mill, 1986
Various portraits, 1986
National Drinking Water Advisory Council, tour of Dupont Facility, Victoria, Texas, April 1, 1986
Bobby Backer, July 1, 1986
Color internegatives, 1987
Portraits of district heads, 1987
Reg Arnold portrait, 1987
Commission in session, Commissioner Roming, March 1, 1987
Hazardous and solid waste demo, June 1, 1987
Adopt-a-Beach program, July 1, 1987
Internegatives from Texas Water Advisory Council agency brochure, November 1, 1987
Water pictures, Zilker Park, November 1, 1987
2009/134-2 Abandoned wells brochure, 1988
Acid spill and hazardous material, 1988
Capitol building interior and exterior shots, 1988
Geneva Superfund site, Houston, TX, 1988
Georgetown waterwell pump, 1988
Internegatives from report (Trebatoski), 1988
Landa Park, 1988
Photos for graphic arts brochure, 1988
Portraits of Bill Newchurch, Jim Davis, Toni Dossett, and Bill Colbert, 1988
Rio Grande, 1988
Women in government display, 1988
Texarkana wood preservation, Superfund site, public meeting, January 27, 1988
Bioecology and Superfund site, February 1, 1988
Underground storage tank removal, February 1, 1988
Press conference, July 1, 1988
Texas Mapping Advisory Council Meeting, September 1, 1988
New computer, open house, district presentation, October 1, 1988
Pictures of commission, October 1, 1988
35mm negs of Galveston Bay, 1989
Board of Irrigators portrait, 1989
Color internegatives from slides, 1989
Galveston Bay, 1989
Galveston Bay National Estuary Program signing, 1989
Texas Mapping Advisory Council meeting and Commission on Human Rights annual report, 1989
Texas Water Development Board portraits, 1989
Women in the public sector display, 1989
Kevin's negatives (Superfund, etc.), February 1, 1989
Spills, includes Mega Borg and February 1989 issue of Waterfront, February 1, 1989
Susan Adams water testing, April 1, 1989
Oil refinery and wetland, 1990
1st waterline taping, 1990
Amnesty Day, 1990
Cliff Johnson interview for water lines, 1990
Color of "The Vision," 1990
Commissioner Birdwell, 1990
Dairy feedlot near Waco, 1990
Dams: Trinity River 1990 flood releases, 1990
Future search, 1990
Galveston Bay oil spill, 1990
Galveston Bay pollution, 1990
Health fair, commissioner's news conference, interview from Huston-Tillotson, 1990
Human Rights Commission Annual Banquet, 1990
Internegatives of agency brochure, Bayline, 1990
Interviews with Chairman Wynne and Commissioner Birdwell, 1990
Laredo area, 1990
Livingston Dam, damaged dam in Jacksboro, 1990
Multi-media from open house, 1990
Odessa water quality awards, 1990
People speaking at commissioners’ hearing, 1990
Phil Gramm press conference (Austin), 1990
PST (petroleum storage tank), 1990
Recycling press conference, Ann Richards press conference, Texas Water Development Board meeting, 1990
San Antonio Water Master in field, 1990
Texas Commission on Human Rights, 1990
Wet training, United Way presentation, 1990
Benson event, Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, February 1, 1990
Allen Beinke and Bobbie Barker, March 1, 1990
Women in government, March 1, 1990
Motco site press conference, May 1, 1990
Pecos River, May 1, 1990
Field Inspections, District 3, Waco, June 1, 1990
Beach cleanup, September 1, 1990
Proposed state Superfund site, November 1, 1990
Minority report, December 1, 1990
District managers, 1991
Dave Daza in office, Buck at Senator Simon’s Ranch, 1991
Rick Perry swearing in, 1991
Waste water awards, 1991
Wet program, kids at shoal creek, 1991
Central records relocation, etc., 1991
The Environmental Mark, district managers, 1991
Department of Natural Resources announcement, 1991
Human resources, employee service program, 1991
John Hall swearing in, 1991
Michael Blalock, Gloria Vasquez portraits, 1991
PSI Installation at Mopac, exchange student, divers education class at Denton Drive, 1991
San Antonio groundwater protection seminar, Edwards Aquifer tour, 1991
2009/134-3 Minority/Women’s Business Enterprise Conference San Antonio, minority mixer, Stephen F. Austin State Office Building, 1991
Texas Water Development Board Oct meeting with Ann Richards, 1991
Austin H.H. (household) Hazardous Waste Recycling Day, 1991
Drought, 1991
Edwards Aquifer sinkhole, 1991
Hazardous waste landfill, Teco, 1991
Peggy Garner interview, Dave Buzan and water sample kit, tire dumps and oil recycling, flood, 1991
Water testing class, 1991
Texas Water Commission district managers, March 1, 1991
Photos for Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, April 1, 1991
Computer screen photos, April 1, 1991
Underground storage newsletter, internegatives of sunset, April 1, 1991
Celebration photographs - 1, May 1, 1991
Celebration photographs - 2, May 1, 1991
Bayline, Summer, June 1, 1991
John Hall Portrait, June 1, 1991
Human Rights Council Conference, June 10, 1991
Pest container recycling in Edinburgh, Chairman Hall with Texas Water Commission lawyer at Stouffer Hotel, August 1, 1991
Celebration and ESP display, Minority Advisory Council 1st Anniversary, August 1, 1991
Texas Water Development Board Executive Director, Water Front, August 1, 1991
Beach Cleanup, September 1, 1991
Tent City, Stephen F. Austin State Office Building, September 1, 1991
Texas Water Development Board Meeting, September 1, 1991
Wellhead protection program, El Paso, September 1, 1991
Toxic City Protest and Sickle Cell Walkers, October 1, 1991
Wellhead protection program in El Paso, Bulldozer in landfill, December 1, 1991
Jesus Garza, Deputy Director, 1992
Texas Water Testing, Phylis Ramono, TX 2000 News, internegative of Ben Cross, 1992
John Hall and John Sharp Press Conference, Black History Day, internegatives from Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1992
Interview, 1992
Children in Barton Creek Agency brochure, Duchas/Oivers, San Gabriel River, 1992
Tx 2000 news conference at Governor’s Mansion, Texas Water Commision Info Line, Susan Kaderken, Dan Edan at landfill, 1992
Elsa and O’Donnel Amnesty and news conference collection, 1992
San Antonio Aquifer feature, 1992
Ted Newman, Don Eubanker, sludge at Horse Bee Bend (Hornsby?), clouds, waste sites, 1992
Texas Water Commission photo proof sheets, 1992
Texas Water Development Board Group at large church, Field Operations secret training at Four Seasons, central records facility, 1992
Tire Dump at landfill, curbside recycling container, laminated composite, wellhead protection, 1992
PST (petroleum storage tank) removal in Austin, Bayline, composite of pamphlets for handout cover, 1992
Excess portraits of field managers, 1992
Fall Bayline, 1992
Waterfront, 1992
Household hazardous waste, February 1, 1992
News conference, copies for Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, March 1, 1992
Flooding on the Trinity River, tire dump, July 1, 1992
Mike Leland leadership conference, August 1, 1992
Waterfront, September 1, 1992
Texas Air Control Board bulletin photos, board meeting, lab tour by school kids, November 1, 1992
Texas Air Control Board bulletin photos, mobile lab trip to Brownsville, December 1, 1992
Waterfront, February 1, 1993
Clean city news conference, clean industries news, Texas Water Commission meeting at hotel on salt domes, 1993
H.H. (household hazardous waste) collection in Austin, Wells Branch community, 1993
Black history group photo, 1993
Home and garden guide with news print, 1993
Texas Water Development Board display, 1993
Peggy Gerum with check, agriculture pest conference, trades fair, 1993
Tine inspector in field, landfill inspector, inspector at industrial site Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1993
Intensive survey of Rio Grande near Laredo, Texas Water Development Board other media, 1993
Tony Grigsby in office, Jessica Schuandche, risk assessment mapping, 1993
Mickey Leland, wellhead protection tour in El Paso, Hew Fambles, 1993
Edwards Aquifer bill signing, 1993
Merco sludge site in Sierra Blanco, Texas Water Commission at risk planning in El Paso, air control in El Paso, 1993
Wastewater treatment awards, Edwards Aquifer signs, Galveston Bay National Estuary Program Texas water volume training task force 21 meeting, 1993
Copy negs from slides for magazine, Wood Elementary kids, Houston trip reduction conference, air toxic monitoring, waste oil recycling in San Antonio, 1993
2009/134-4 Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission assembly, Peggy Garner swearing in, September 1993
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission regional managers, September 1, 1993
Portrait of Beverly Hartsock, Fabian Kalapatch with toxic air monitor, home garden guide, Texas Watch, 1993
Houston pollution, CT2000 oil recycling with Texas Department of Transportation, 1993
Tire dumps and chippers in San Antonio and El Paso, 1993
CT2000 awards banquet - 1, 1993
CT2000 awards banquet - 2, 1993
CT2000 awards - 1, 1993
CT2000 awards - 2, 1993
CT2000 awards - 3, 1993
CT2000 awards, 1993
Materials in landfill, 1993
Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, March 1, 1993
Interns, plumbing for chiller, quality management group, August 10, 1993
Winter waterfront, December 1, 1993
Houston environment forum, Mark Alvarado portrait, San Gabriel water, 1994
Ribbon cutting of Fredericksburg landfill, interview with Peggy Garner, 1994
Radio, CT2000 1993 awards, phonebooks/home garden guide, 1994
Environment trade fair, Grace Montgomery, Bamberger Ranch, 1994
Man mowing lawn, man pumping gas, dillo dirt, Austin traffic, 1994
Texas Watch meeting, 1994 CT2000, Environmental Protection Agency tour of West Texas landfills, 1994
Country cleanup water treatment awards, 1994
Austin landfill, Houston small business, Americans with Disabilities Act display at park, 1994
WHP seminar tour, 1994
Dallas skyline with traffic, IEM facility, feed lot in Lubbock, Texas recycle kickoff, Rio Grande intensive survey results, 1994
Austin skyline, Environmental Protection Agency awards, WHP signs, 1994
Texas Recycles Day, 1994
Dan Pearson, Western States Water Council, rinse and recycle, 1994
Corpus Christi, Texas Watch, 1994
Emission testing in Dallas, traffic on I-35 in Austin, air meeting in Plainview, 1994
Becker School kids at airport, Governor’s awards, 1994
CT2000 Governor’s awards banquet - 1, 1994
CT2000 Governor’s awards banquet - 2, 1994
Galveston Bay National Estuary Program advisory group, Texas Recycles Day, 1994
Small business advocates, 1994
Houston CT2000 industry banquet, February 1, 1994
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission multi-cultural event, employee recognition, Victoria Meets at news, conference at Governor’s Office, April 1, 1994
Texas Watch, May 1, 1994
Portraits of Board of Irrigators, interns, August 1, 1994
2009/134-5 CT2000 Border conference in El Paso - 1, October 1, 1994
CT2000 Border conference in El Paso - 2, October 1, 1994
CT2000 Border conference in El Paso - 3, October 1, 1994
CT2000 Border conference in El Paso - 4, October 1, 1994
CT2000 Border conference in El Paso - 5, October 1, 1994
Bew portrait, John Stizb, Beverly Hartsock, Bill Campbell, WHP volunteer Michelle Mason, 1995
Emission testing news conference, DeWayne Price receives check, 1995
Steve Hubhill? in office with boxes, Dave Terny / wellhead protection sign, 1995
Trade fair, Texas Watch conference, employee recognition, 1995
Country cleanup Elsa, national recycling conference, 1995
Commissioner Ralph Marquez, agenda meeting, Peggy Claiborn, 1995
Drought condition in lower Rio Grande, 1995
Dan Whittlift portrait, small business advocates, 1995
Texas Watch in San Marcos, 1995
10th annual WHP conference, Texas Star San Antonio news conference, portraits of McBee and Baker–1, 1995
10th annual WHP conference, Texas Star San Antonio news conference, portraits of McBee and Baker–2, 1995
Texas Recycles Day news conference, 3 commissioners in office, small government assistance team, 1995
Newsletter, November 1, 1995
STEP kick-off, Harlingen, TX, 1995
Texas Recycles Day, 1995
Employees at trade fair, auto paint/body shop, John Hall, 1995
Commissioners in session and STEP awards, 1995
Government awards banquet, 1995
CT2000 clean industry press conference in Houston (photos, negatives), March 1, 1995
Environmental education seminar in Dallas, September 1, 1995
Geoffrey Connor, September 1, 1995
Portraits, etc., 1996
NPS grant projects in Austin, fishing at Lake Bastrop, telephone operators, 1996
Commissioner assistants, Bob Riggio, bankruptcy, bike to woods, 1996
Mary Gordon Spence, portrait of Jim Phillip, waste valuation team, Linda Haynie, 1996
Dr. Douglas Benn, employees who worked on 1996 trade fair, CAM station, 1996
Dave Terry, David Brunton, Norren Helade?, etc., 1996
August newsletter, 1996
Bernie Poands, training academy, waste education, Faye Mendoz, duplicates for publication, 1996
Illegal landfill in DeSoto and news conference, Carl Forrester, 1996
Special investigation team, Lupe Limon? training team, librarian, legislative implementative team, 1996
Barry McBee/birthday, 1996
Geoff Connor in office, 1996
Ken Peterson, Minor Hibbs, chairman with Corpus Christi staff, executive retreat at Bart Park, 1996
Drought, 1996
Clean industry annual news conference, 1996
Governor awards banquet, 1996
Mickey Leland internship event in Houston, 1996
2009/134-6 Trade fair, 1996
Trade fair display, 1996
TNRCC (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission)/Texas Water Development Board press conference with governor, May 1, 1996
Dean Robbins proclamation commission, going away party, June 1, 1996
Texas Recycles Day press conference at capitol, September 9, 1996
Environmental Protection Agency air policy public meeting in San Antonio, 1997
Kenny Drake, OPRD (Office of Permitting and Registration?) babies, 1997
Leonard Spearman, 1997
STEP program in Pueblo Nuevo and Eagle Pass, 1997
Annual report, 1997
Clean industry news conference, black history celebration, John Steib with auto dealer association, 1997
Texas Recycles Day, 1997
Trade fair, 1997
Cinco de Mayo, May 1, 1997
Eugenia Brumn?, water and Human Resources, directors, May 1, 1997
Mobil source video production, pouring water into a glass, May 1, 1997
Commissioner Marquez with stack of papers, July 1, 1997
Texas recycle day kickoff press conference, September 1, 1997
Mount Bonnell, November 1, 1997
St. Mary’s Community Center, 1998
Leigh Ing, 1998
Amistad drought, 1998
1998 Environmental Excellence Awards, 1998
Annual report, 1998
Clean industries annual luncheon, 1998
Recycle summit, 1998
Regional managers individual and group, 1998
Texas Recycles Day, 1998
Town hall meetings, February 1, 1998
Houston VCP news conference, April 1, 1998
Jeff Smitas? color portrait, June 1, 1998
Environmental Protection Agency turns over NPEDS to commissioners, September 1, 1998
Clean Texas plus kick-off, 1999
Trade fair 1, 1999
Trade fair 2, gulf guardian winners, 1999
Trade fair 3, 1999
STEP news conference at Carrizo Springs, April 1, 1999
Environmental Excellence Awards, May 1, 1999
2009/134-7 Grandfathered facilitations (CARE), May 1, 1999
Hammer awards, May 1, 1999
News conference with Railroad Commissioner, August 1, 1999
Roadside mulch with Texas Department of Transportation, August 1, 1999
Small Business Administration annual with commissioner, September 1, 1999
Signing Environmental Protection Agency contract, September 1, 1999
Staff photo, September 1, 1999
Clean industry luncheon in Houston, October 1, 1999
Dallas Union Gospel Mission with Governor Bush - 1, October 1, 1999
Dallas Union Gospel Mission with Governor Bush - 2, October 1, 1999
Barbara Foreman, 2000
Environmental Excellence Awards, 2000
Regional managers, Environmental Protection Agency award reception, 2000
Trade fair, 2000
Trade fair 1, 2000
Trade fair 2, 2000
Environmental crime week, April 1, 2000
Water smart news conference at Capitol, June 1, 2000
Pipe laying, Lake Tawakoni, July 1, 2000
Untitled 1, August 1, 2000
Recycling center, September 27, 2000
Untitled 12, November 13, 2000
Sony San Antonio, November 14, 2000
Texas Environmental Excellence Awards, 2001
Texas Environmental Excellence Awards, 2001
Trade fair, 2001
Waco direct, April 5, 2001
Mickey Leland, July 30, 2001
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission procurements and cont., August 24, 2001
Untitled 4, September 5, 2001
Untitled 9, September 5, 2001
Untitled 10, September 5, 2001
Untitled 11, September 5, 2001
Untitled 13, September 5, 2001
Untitled 14, September 5, 2001
Untitled 15, September 5, 2001
Untitled 3, September 27, 2001
African-American heritage buffalo soldiers, main event, 2002
2009/134-8 Air check Texas vehicle inspection, Dallas, 2002
Commute solutions, 2002
Composting, TX environmental partners, Stratus Properties, 2002
Environmental crime training, 2002
Houston vehicle inspections (air), 2002
Human resources and staff development, 2002
Internal audit team, 2002
Jennifer Sidwell, 2002
SEA group, border affairs, 2002
TCEQ/Environmental Protection Agency strategic partnership awards, 2002
TDCH presentation, 2002
TERP (Texas Emissions Reduction Plan) clean Texas convention San Antonio, 2002
Toastmasters, 2002
Trade fair, Governor’s Awards, environmental awards, 2002
District directors, January 9, 2002
Compost at capitol, summer, June 1, 2002
TCEQ name change, building C28, August 1, 2002
Legislative water conservation workshops media kickoff, August 14, 2002
9/11/2001 remembrance, September 1, 2002
Carlos Robinstein, director Region 10: stormwater runoff media event, Laredo, 2003
John Steib, director, Office of Compliance and Enforcement, 2003
Trade fair, Environmental Excellence Awards, May 6, 2003
Region II group shot, May 30, 2003
2003 ERP team group shot, June 10, 2003
Environmental Protection Agency/TCEQ partnership awards, July 27, 2003
Field operations – Oct 2003, regional directors, strike team, commissioner, October 1, 2003
Strike team hazmat suits, October 4, 2003
Employees at work for trade show, 2004
Field operations group shot, 2004
Texas emission reduction plan, Governor Perry at Buffalo Marine Service, July 1, 2004
Andy Saenz, October 3, 2006
Commissioner Hubert, October 3, 2006
50th anniversary of cattle drive crossing Red River in Wilbarger County, undated
Aerials of Texas coast, undated
Air monitoring, undated
Air monitoring, Laredo, undated
AND/TRD, undated
Austin - Austin Dam before/after 1900, Tom Miller Dam and powerplant, undated
Allen Beinke, Dan Eden and Environmental Protection Agency awards presentation, undated
Bag pipers, undated
Barry McBee, undated
Black and white prints, undated
Board of Irrigators, undated
Bosque River advisory committee, Waco dairies/clean water, undated
Care awards, undated
Carrigo sand seismic study, undated
Central Texas landscape near Buchanan Reservoir (waterfall, bluebonnets, cattle, cactus, creek, fence line), undated
Chicken excrement, undated
Color internegatives from publication - 1, undated
Color internegatives from publication - 2, undated
Color internegatives from publication - 3, undated
Color internegatives from publication - 4, undated
Color internegatives from publication - 5, undated
Colorado River flood, undated
2009/134-9 Commission going away agenda, undated
Copy of negative for legal, undated
Corpus Christi, undated
Dam, undated
Dams, various, undated
Dave Buzan, undated
Deputy director, undated
Ducks, undated
Edge Falls, Kerr County, undated
El Paso Volunteer Cleanup Program, undated
Employee recognition, undated
Exhibit (Texas Water Commission), undated
Field Operations, regional directors, undated
File room, undated
Flood, undated
Fuel cell demo project press conference, undated
Galveston Bay National Estuary Program - Bayline, undated
Garner farewell, undated
Geoff Connors last agenda, undated
Glenn Shankle, undated
Governor's Awards, undated
Grace Faulkner, undated
Green rides at TCEQ, water probe in Little Walnut Creek, undated
Heart beat dash, undated
Herb Grub, undated
Housing construction, undated
Houston ship channel, undate
Housing and Urban Development vendor, corn farmer, Glenn Lewis, undated
Inspection of core drill rig, Knowles, Baskin, and Overton, undated
Irrigation, undated
Irrigation scenes, undated
Lake Conroe and Nacogdoches treatment plant, undated
Land flow chart, undated
Laredo office opening ceremony, undated
Laura Kester, undated
Lower Colorado River Authority, undated
Mansfield Dam (Lake Travis) under construction, undated
Meetings, El Paso, undated
Miscellaneous negatives - 1, undated
Miscellaneous negatives - 2, undated
Miscellaneous negatives - 3, undated
Miscellaneous negatives - 4, undated
Miscellaneous negatives - 5, undated
Miscellaneous negatives - 6, undated
Miscellaneous pictures,tires, oil, stream, and El Paso, undated
Miscellaneous Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, undated
Miscellaneous, loose unmarked - 1, undated
Miscellaneous, loose unmarked - 2, undated
Miscellaneous, loose unmarked - 3, undated
Miscellaneous, loose unmarked - 4, undated
Miscellaneous, loose unmarked - 5, undated
Miscellaneous, loose unmarked - 6, undated
MTDL kickoff, Harlingen - 1, undated
MTDL kickoff, Harlingen - 2, undated
MTDL kickoff, Harlingen - 3, undated
MTDL kickoff, Harlingen - 4, undated
MTDL kickoff, Harlingen - 5, undated
Mulch (Texas Department of Transportation), undated
Negatives, various, undated
2009/134-10 Paul Kutchinski, former Rio Grande watermaster (photos), undated
Pecos River and fish kills, undated
Portrait of Emory Long, undated
Portraits, various, undated
PST, Texas tank newsletter, undated
Ralph Morgen's 5-year service plaque, undated
Rio Grande in March, undated
Rio Grande Valley, undated
Safety meeting with Ralph Marquez, undated
Safety officers, undated
Saitas, undated
San Angelo, undated
San Antonio Early Action Project, undated
SBCA El Paso, undated
Sealosafe (solid waste), undated
Slides Boulder Dam, irrigation, undated
Small government assistance program meetings in Round Rock, undated
State seal, undated
Sun and electric tower, undated
Texas Air Control Board bulletin, car care month, undated
Texas Air Control Board bulletin, dry cleaning -- auto body shop, undated
Texas Air Control Board bulletin, Keith S., undated
Texas Air Control Board bulletin, permits workgroup meeting, undated
Texas Air Control Board bulletin, Region 3 investigation at East Texas tank farm, undated
Texas Air Control Board bulletin, Texas Air Control Board lab, undated
Texas Air Control Board bulletin, untitled various photos, undated
TCEQ campus area creek, undated
Texas Recycles Day (Houston), undated
Texas Recycles Day (Lufkin), undated
Texas State Capitol, undated
Texas Watch, undated
Texas Water Commission exhibit, undated
Tire shredders, undated
Tires from Health Department, undated
TNRCC - Wayne Baker, undated
TNRCC enforcement team, undated
Toastmasters, undated
Trade fair, undated
Trade fair art, undated
Texas Water Commission, undated
Uera Chavez, undated
Untitled-2, undated
Untitled-5, undated
Untitled-6, undated
Untitled-7, undated
Untitled-8, undated
Untitled-16, undated
Untitled-17, undated
Walnut Creek students, mentors at TCEQ, undated
Water Board mod isle, undated
Water Board news conference, undated
Water summit news conference in Tyler, undated
Water towers, undated
Weather clouds, undated
Well head protection service – Houston, Texas for Brad Hall, undated
Windmills, undated
2009/134-11 Miscellaneous (tires, oil, stream, El Paso), undated