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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

State officers personal financial statements, 1957-1990, bulk 1973-1990,

List of personal financial statements filed, 1984-1991,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section:

An Inventory of Secretary of State State Officers Personal Financial Statements at the Texas State Archives, 1957-1991, bulk 1973-1990



Overview

Creator: Texas. Elections Division. Disclosure Filings Section.
Title: Secretary of State state officers personal financial statements
Dates: 1957-1991
Dates: bulk 1973-1990
Abstract: Personal financial statements were created in 1957 (and made more comprehensive by legislation in 1971 and 1973) to comply with state ethics legislation providing for the disclosure of financial assets and possible conflicts of interest of elected, salaried, or appointed officers and executive heads of state agencies, and candidates for elected office. They were administered by the Secretary of State's office until the creation of the Texas Ethics Commission in 1992. These records include financial disclosure statements and affidavits, dating 1957-1990, bulk 1973-1990, plus a list of statements filed, 1984-1991. They comprise the personal financial statements and/or affidavits that ethics legislation has required of Texas state officers and candidates. The majority of the earliest files (1957-1971) contain Code of Ethics affidavits disclosing controlling interests in business entities as required under the 1957 law. The 1971-1973 files largely contain financial statements of assets and liabilities of the officer or candidate, his or her spouse, and dependent children, also listing boards of directors served on and corporate executive positions held. The latest records (1973-1990) consist of financial disclosure statements of the following: state officers (i.e., elected officers at the state or district level, appointed officers, salaried appointed officers, appointed officers of major state agencies, and executive heads of state agencies), candidates for elective office, and party chairmen.
Quantity: 36.5 cubic ft., 156 reels microfilm
Language These materials are written predominately in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Texas Secretary of State is a constitutional officer of the executive branch of state government, appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate for a term concurrent with the governor's (a two-year term at first, a four-year term since 1974). The office was first created by the Constitution of the Republic of Texas in 1836, and has been continued by each succeeding Constitution.

The Secretary of State has a wide variety of duties and responsibilities, including the following: authenticating the publication of all laws passed by the state legislature; approving comptroller's accounts against the state prior to payment; maintaining a register of all official acts and proceedings of the governor, and all appointments to state boards and commissions; interpreting and enforcing the Texas Election Code, as the state's chief election officer; keeping the Seal of the State of Texas; maintaining many business-related filings, including corporation and Uniform Commercial Code filings.

The office of the Secretary of State is divided into five divisions: Executive, Elections, Statutory Filings, Administrative Services, and Information Services.

The Elections Division assists the Secretary of State in interpreting and applying the Election Code and other election laws. The Secretary of State, as Chief Election Officer of the State, has specific functions under the Election Code, which include receiving, examining, and filing the official certified returns of all general elections, special elections for members of the legislature, and constitutional amendment elections.

A code of ethics for state officers and employees in Texas was created in 1957 by House Bill 3, 55th Texas Legislature, Regular Session. This legislation set forth standards of conduct for state officers and employees regarding possible conflicts of interest between their private interests and official duties. An individual having controlling interest in a business entity under state regulation was required to file an affidavit with the Secretary of State disclosing such interest.

A stock fraud scandal involving several state officials, including the Speaker of the House, was uncovered in 1971, leading to a demand for tougher and more comprehensive ethics legislation. During the 1971 legislative session the 62nd Texas Legislature passed a new ethics law, House Bill 203, which called for more comprehensive financial disclosures and for the filing of these statements by all elected and appointed state officials, and any state or legislative employees whose salary exceeded $11,000. Few disclosure filings were made under this law as it was declared unconstitutional by the Texas Attorney General in January 1972.

The 63rd Texas Legislature reworked the ethics legislation and passed House Bill 1 in 1973. Under the terms of this legislation annual financial statements are required to be filed by elected officers and candidates, salaried appointed officers, appointed officers of major state agencies, and executive heads of state agencies. These financial disclosures include a listing of assets and liabilities, of all boards of directors that the person serves on, and executive positions held in corporations. These statements also include financial disclosures for the official's or candidate's spouse and any dependent children over which he or she has actual control. Appointed officers not required to file these statements still do need to file an affidavit with the Secretary of State if they have, acquire, or divest themselves of substantial interest in a business entity subject to state regulation or a business entity conducting business with any state agency. As with earlier ethics legislation this law sets forth a standards-of-conduct code for state officers and employees. The law requires these files to be open to public inspection for two years. The law also states that the financial statement may be destroyed after the second anniversary of the date the individual ceases to be a state officer, and that on notification from the former state officer the statement must be destroyed.

This filing was originally administered by the Texas Secretary of State's Enforcement Division, then later (in the early 1980s) by the Campaign and Ethics Section of the Elections Division, renamed the Disclosure Filings Section by 1984. In 1992, the Texas Ethics Commission was created, and assumed the administration and enforcement of this filing. (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 572; also Section 571.061)

(Sources include: the appraisal report; Guide to Texas State Agencies (5th and 6th editions, 1978 and 1990); and the cited enabling legislation, 1957, 1971, 1973--see Government Code, Chapter 572.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

Personal financial statements were created in 1957 (and made more comprehensive by legislation in 1971 and 1973) to comply with state ethics legislation providing for the disclosure of financial assets and possible conflicts of interest of elected, salaried, or appointed officers and executive heads of state agencies, and candidates for elected office. These filings help to ensure public accountability from state officers, encouraging high ethical standards by means of public scrutiny of the appropriate records. They were administered by the Secretary of State's office until the creation of the Texas Ethics Commission in 1992.

These records include financial disclosure statements and affidavits, dating 1957-1990, bulk 1973-1990, plus a list of statements filed, 1984-1991. They comprise the personal financial statements and/or affidavits that ethics legislation has required of Texas state officers and candidates. The contents of this filing has varied over time with changes in the laws.

The earliest records contain affidavits and personal financial statements, dating 1957-1973. The majority of the files contain Code of Ethics affidavits disclosing controlling interests in business entities as required under the 1957 law, and date 1957-1971. Information provided in these affidavits includes name, name of business entity, principal office or place of business, and relationship or interest owned. The numerical files, 1971-1973, largely contain information as required under the 1971 and 1973 laws, such as financial statements of assets and liabilities of the officer or candidate, his or her spouse, and dependent children, also listing boards of directors served on and corporate executive positions held. Some files may contain copies of tax returns in lieu of or in addition to these other statements. Unfortunately, no known index to these numerical files is available.

The later files date 1973-1990, and contain financial statements of assets and liabilities of the officer or candidate, his or her spouse, and dependent children, also listing boards of directors served on and corporate executive positions held, or affidavits detailing interest in businesses regulated by state agencies or doing business with state agencies. Some files may contain copies of tax returns in lieu of or in addition to these other statements. These records consist of financial disclosure statements of the following: state officers (i.e., elected officers at the state or district level, appointed officers, salaried appointed officers, appointed officers of major state agencies, and executive heads of state agencies), candidates for elective office, and party chairmen. Files report the financial activities of the individual, and of his or her spouse and dependent children (if the individual had actual control over that financial activity during the preceding calendar year). Financial activities include the following types of assets and liabilities: (1) a list of all sources of occupational income, identified by employer, or if self-employed, by the nature of the occupation; (2) identification by name and the category of the number of shares of stock of any business entity held or acquired, and if sold, the category of the amount of net gain or loss realized from the sale; (3) a list of all bonds, notes, and other commercial paper held or acquired, and if sold, the category of the amount of net gain or loss realized from the sale; (4) identification of each source and the category of the amount of income in excess of $500 derived from each source from interest, dividends, royalties, and rents; (5) identification of each guarantor of a loan and identification of each person or financial institution to whom a personal note or notes or lease agreement for a total financial liability in excess of $1,000 existed at any time during the year, and the category of the amount of the liability; (6) identification by description of all beneficial interests in real property and business entities held or acquired, and if sold, the category of the amount of the net gain or loss realized from the sale; (7) identification of a person or other organization from which the individual or the individual's spouse or dependent children received a gift of anything of value in excess of $250 and a description of each gift, except: a gift received from an individual related to the individual at any time within the second degree by consanguinity or affinity, as determined under Subchapter A, Chapter 573 of the Texas Government Code; a political contribution that was reported as required by law; and an expenditure required to be reported by a person required to be registered under Government Code, Chapter 305; (8) identification of the source and the category of the amount of all income received as beneficiary of a trust and identification of each asset, if known to the beneficiary, from which income was received by the beneficiary in excess of $500; (9) identification by description and the category of the amount of all assets and liabilities of a corporation or partnership in which 50 percent or more of the outstanding ownership was held, acquired, or sold; (10) a list of all boards of directors of which the individual is a member and executive positions that the individual holds in corporations, firms, partnerships, or proprietorships, stating the name of each corporation, firm, partnership, or proprietorship and the position held; (11) identification of any person providing transportation, meals, or lodging expenses permitted under Penal Code, Section 36.07(b), and the amount of those expenses, other than expenditures required to be reported under Government Code, Chapter 305; and (12) any partnership, joint venture, or other business association, excluding a publicly held corporation, in which both the state officer and a lobbyist registered under Government Code, Chapter 305 have an interest.

Also included is a list of personal financial statements filed, 1984-1991. For each of the officeholders or candidates, the following information is included in this computer-generated list: ID number, name, office held (or candidate for), mailing address, salutation, type of report (all of them are designated "9b"), due date, file date, received date, and comments. Examples of comments include: late penalty paid, needs to pay penalty, affidavit, extended 06-27-89, incumbent, candidate, for list, AG, replaced Robert Mann, etc. This list can be used to check whether an individual filed a statement before searching the microfilm for those years, 1984-1990.

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.

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Organization of the Records

The records are organized into two series:
Personal financial statements, 1957-1990, bulk 1973-1990, 36 cubic ft., 156 microfilm reels
List of personal financial statements filed, 1984-1991, 0.5 cubic ft.

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Restrictions

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. 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

Microfilm readers are available in the Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building. Ask staff members for exact locations.

Masters exist for most, but not all use copies of the microfilm, so some reels cannot be duplicated. (It has not yet been determined which reels cannot be duplicated.)

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas Ethics Commission.
Subjects:
Financial disclosure--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Officials and employees.
Document Types:
Financial statements--Texas--Officials and employees--1957-1990.
Affidavits--Texas--Officials and employees--1957-1990.
Tax returns--Texas--Officials and employees--1957-1990.
Lists--Texas--Officials and employees--1984-1991.
Functions:
Registration of financial disclosure.

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Related Material

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

Texas State Archives
Texas Ethics Commission state officers personal financial statements, 1992-2007, estimated 317 cubic ft.
Publications
Lists of the names and addresses of late filers of ethics filings have been published in the Texas Register by the Texas Ethics Commission (beginning in the 1990s).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Secretary of State state officers personal financial statements. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1989/064, 1989/091, 2011/168, 2011/378

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Statutory Documents Section of the Texas Secretary of State on December 6, 1988; by the Enforcement Division of the Texas Secretary of State (via the Records Management Division of the State Library) on January 13, 1989; and by the Texas Ethics Commission on January 20, 2011; and March 22, 2011.

Processing Information

Processed, and preliminary inventory created by Laura K. Saegert, August 1989

Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by Apex Data Services, April 2001

Finding aid converted to EAD Version 2002, corrections and further encoding to TARO project standards by Tony Black, March 2004

Microfilm added by Tony Black, September 2012

List of financial statements added and further corrections by Tony Black, April 2013

Appraisal Information

Texas State Archives staff completed an appraisal of the Texas Secretary of State holdings already in the custody of the Texas State Archives in December 1998. Fifty-seven series of these holdings were determined to be archival, including Financial disclosure statements/affidavits. The complete appraisal report (in two parts: Republic of Texas records, and non-Republic records) is available for consultation online at http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/appraisal/sosrepublic.html and http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/appraisal/sosstate.html, and also in the search room of the Texas State Archives.

This decision was reinforced by the appraisal report of the Texas Ethics Commission State Officers Personal Financial Statements.

Other Formats for the Records

The Secretary of State's Office microfilmed financial disclosure statements dating 1973-1990, producing 156 reels/cartridges of 16 mm microfilm. This microfilm was maintained by the Texas Ethics Commission until transferred to the State Archives in January 2011 (that inventory is included here). Masters exist for most, but not all use copies of the microfilm, so some reels cannot be duplicated. (It has not yet been determined which reels cannot be duplicated.) Hardcopy has been destroyed except for the records in boxes in this inventory dating 1957-1976. Therefore the microfilm is the only remaining version of those statements dating 1977-1990.

In addition, the Texas Ethics Commission has scanned financial disclosure statements dating 1996-1999 onto 27 optical disks. (The optical disks contain other ethics reports as well.) Persons desiring access to, or possible copies of, portions of the optical disks should contact the Texas Ethics Commission. Contact information is available on the Texas Ethics Commission's website: http://www.ethics.state.tx.us/tec/contact.htm.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

State officers personal financial statements, 1957-1990, bulk 1973-1990,
36 cubic ft., 156 microfilm reels

Personal financial statements were created in 1957 (and made more comprehensive by legislation in 1971 and 1973) to comply with state ethics legislation providing for the disclosure of financial assets and possible conflicts of interest of elected, salaried, or appointed officers and executive heads of state agencies, and candidates for elected office. These records include hardcopy and microfilmed financial disclosure statements and affidavits, dating 1957-1990, bulk 1973-1990. They comprise the personal financial statements and/or affidavits that ethics legislation has required of Texas state officers and candidates. The contents of this filing has varied over time with changes in the laws.
The earliest records contain affidavits and personal financial statements, dating 1957-1973. The majority of these numerical files contain Code of Ethics affidavits disclosing controlling interests in business entities as required under the 1957 law, and date 1957-1971. Information provided in these affidavits includes name, name of business entity, principal office or place of business, and relationship or interest owned. The later numerical files in this accession, 1971-1973, largely contain information as required under the 1971 and 1973 laws, such as financial statements of assets and liabilities of the officer or candidate, his or her spouse, and dependent children, also listing boards of directors served on and corporate executive positions held. Some files may contain copies of tax returns in lieu of or in addition to these other statements. Unfortunately, no known index to these numerical files is available.
The later, alphabetical files date 1973-1990, and contain financial statements of assets and liabilities of the officer or candidate, his or her spouse, and dependent children, also listing boards of directors served on and corporate executive positions held, or affidavits detailing interest in businesses regulated by state agencies or doing business with state agencies. Some files may contain copies of tax returns in lieu of or in addition to these other statements. These records consist of financial disclosure statements of the following: state officers (i.e., elected officers at the state or district level, appointed officers, salaried appointed officers, appointed officers of major state agencies, and executive heads of state agencies), candidates for elective office, and party chairmen. Files report the financial activities of the individual, and of his or her spouse and dependent children (if the individual had actual control over that financial activity during the preceding calendar year).
The list of personal financial statements filed (described in this inventory) can be used to check whether an individual filed a statement before searching the microfilm for those years, 1984-1990.
Arrangement of the Records
These records are organized into two chronological groups, each with a different filing arrangement. The earliest set of records (1957-1973) are arranged numerically by a number assigned by the Secretary of State's office, which is also chronological. The later set of records (1973-1990) are arranged chronologically by year of filing, and therein alphabetically by last name of filer.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Personal financial statements, Texas Secretary of State state officers personal financial statements. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1989/064, 1989/091, 2011/168
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Statutory Documents Section of the Texas Secretary of State on December 6, 1988; by the Enforcement Division of the Texas Secretary of State (via the Records Management Division of the State Library) on January 13, 1989; and by the Texas Ethics Commission on January 20, 2011.
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. 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
Microfilm readers are available in the Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building. Ask staff members for exact locations.
Masters exist for most, but not all use copies of the microfilm, so some reels cannot be duplicated. (It has not yet been determined which reels cannot be duplicated.)
Processing information
Processed, and preliminary inventory created by Laura K. Saegert, August 1989
Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by Apex Data Services, April 2001
Finding aid converted to EAD Version 2002, corrections and further encoding to TARO project standards by Tony Black, March 2004
Accession of microfilm added by Tony Black, October 2012
Affidavits and financial disclosure statements, 1957-1973,
4 cubic ft.
Box
1989/064-1 Files 136-1 thru 136-1140, 1957
Box
1989/064-2 Files 136-1141 thru 136-2690, 1957
Box
1989/064-3 Files 136-2691 thru 136-4040, 1957-1961
Box
1989/064-4 Files 136-4041 thru 136-4441, 1961-1973
Files 164-1 thru 164-7, 1973
Financial disclosure statements and affidavits, 1973-1976,
32 cubic ft.
Financial statements for 1973 filed in 1974
Box
1989/091-1 A thru Blackwell
Box
1989/091-2 Blair thru Castillo
Box
1989/091-3 Cates thru DeCuir
Box
1989/091-4 DeCuire thru Gerald
Box
1989/091-5 Gerhardt thru Holleman
Box
1989/091-6 Hollers thru Kuehn
Box
1989/091-7 L thru Jarvis Miller
Box
1989/091-8 John Miller thru Ney
Box
1989/091-9 O thru Ryan
Box
1989/091-10 S thru Snelson
Box
1989/091-11 T thru Whitehead
Box
1989/091-12 Whiteside thru XYZ (misc. filings)
Financial statements for 1974 filed in 1975
Box
1989/091-13 A thru Gerald Brown
Box
1989/091-14 J. Robert Brown thru Curry
Box
1989/091-15 D thru Gossett
Box
1989/091-16 Grant thru Jones
Box
1989/091-17 Jordan thru McWhorter
Box
1989/091-18 M thru Pfeuffer
Box
1989/091-19 Phillips thru Snodgrass
Box
1989/091-20 Solito thru Whitehead
Box
1989/091-21 Whiteside thru XYZ
Financial statements for 1975 filed in 1976
Box
1989/091-22 Miscellaneous House Bill 1
Extension letters, 1976
House Bill 8 - Art. 5428a
Don Adams thru Cue Boykin
Box
1989/091-23 Lawrence Braden thru Ron Clower
Box
1989/091-24 Charles S. Coates, Sr. thru Michael H. Ezzell
Box
1989/091-25 John W. Fainter thru George C. Guthrie
Box
1989/091-26 R.J. Hagood thru Ray Hutchison
Box
1989/091-27 Alton D. Ice thru Cullen R. Looney
Box
1989/091-28 Tom Lorrance thru Greg Montoya
Box
1989/091-29 Daisy L. Moore thru S.F. Preslar
Box
1989/091-30 George L. Preston thru Florence T. Smith
Box
1989/091-31 Gerald Hicks Smith thru Lamar Urbanosky
Box
1989/091-32 Norman L. Luther thru Roger Zimmerman
House Bill 1 Personal financial statements (microfilm), 1973
Reel
2011/168-1 Adams, Don thru Bynum, James B.
Reel
2011/168-2 Cain, Clarence thru Furrh, John J., Jr.
Reel
2011/168-3 Gage, R. I. thru Judice, Raymond
Reel
2011/168-4 Kaster, James J. thru Morrison, W. A.
Reel
2011/168-5 Naber, Lynn thru Russell, R. G.
Reel
2011/168-6 Sager, Mel thru Wine, Chester C.
Reel
2011/168-7 Woodall, Benjamin thru Zimmerman, James B.
Reel
2011/168-8 Abrams, James thru Curry, Peter
Reel
2011/168-9 Dally, Carl thru Jordan, Bryce
Reel
2011/168-10 Keenan, Bill thru Robins, Gerald B.
Reel
2011/168-11 Rogers, Max thru Yzaguire, Mario
House Bill 1 affidavits (microfilm), 1974-1982
Reel
2011/168-12 Abernathy, C. Quentin thru Fisher, O. C.
Reel
2011/168-13 Flaherty, Robert E. thru Mayholl, Margarette (Peggy)
Reel
2011/168-14 Maxwell, Virgil thru Zimmerman, Walter W.
House Bill 1 Personal financial statements (microfilm), 1974-1990
1974
Reel
2011/168-15 Abrams, J. D. thru Bush, C. P.
Reel
2011/168-16 Butler, J. K. thru Dunham, Walter
Reel
2011/168-17 Earle, R. thru Hendricks, B.
Reel
2011/168-18 Hernandez, J. L. thru Long, C.E., Jr.
Reel
2011/168-19 Long, Stuart thru Osborn, Max N.
Reel
2011/168-20 Parker, Carl thru Spivey, Billy
Reel
2011/168-21 Sprague, Charles thru Zimmerman, J. B.
1975
Reel
2011/168-22 Adams, Don thru Boykin, Cue
Reel
2011/168-23 Braden, Lawrence thru Cave, Tom A.
Reel
2011/168-24 Centeno, Elroy thru Dunn, David A.
Reel
2011/168-25 Earle, Ronald D. thru Guerra, Arnulfo
Reel
2011/168-26 Guinn, Dr. John A. thru Hilliard, Bill
Reel
2011/168-27 Hines, Jean Kaufer thru Klingeman, Fred
Reel
2011/168-28 Korioth, Al thru Martin, Elmer J.
Reel
2011/168-29 Martin, Tom Jr. thru O'Kelley, Robert M.
Reel
2011/168-30 Oliver, W.T. thru Rudd, Jim D.
Reel
2011/168-31 Ruiz, Eduardo thru Stewart, Annette
Reel
2011/168-32 Steen, Dr. Ralph W. thru Walker, Ruel
Reel
2011/168-33 Wallace, James P. thru Zimmerman, Roger M.
1976
Reel
2011/168-34 Abbott, S.L. thru Briscoe, Leonard E.
Reel
2011/168-35 Brite, J. Taylor thru Copitaka, Helen
Reel
2011/168-36 Cornielius, Bill thru Gaston, Frank
Reel
2011/168-37 Gathe, Joseph C. thru Hughes, W.A. Jr.
Reel
2011/168-38 Humble, Don G. thru Lowery, Pete
Reel
2011/168-39 McAdams, Henry thru Murray, Robert R.
Reel
2011/168-40 Nabers, Lynn thru Rosengarter, Earlene
Reel
2011/168-41 Rosson, Renal B. thru Sutton, Lou Nelle
Reel
2011/168-42 Tate, G.L. thru Wayne, Ralph
Reel
2011/168-43 Weaver, T.D. thru Zimmerman, James B.
1977
Reel
2011/168-44 Abbott, S.L. thru Bradbury, Bryan
Reel
2011/168-45 Bradley, Bob E. thru Clayton, Bill
Reel
2011/168-46 Clayton, Harold R. thru Easterwood, Rex
[Note: See splice on front.]
Reel
2011/168-47 Eckels, Robert A. thru Guarino, Joseph
[Note: Retakes on front.]
Reel
2011/168-48 Guerra, Dominici I. thru Hunter, Frank Howe
Reel
2011/168-49 Huser, Paul thru Lombardino, Frank
Reel
2011/168-50 London, Marvin F. thru Mize, Roger B.
Reel
2011/168-51 Molley, Joseph F. thru Presler, Stephen F.
[Note: Peorner at front.]
Reel
2011/168-52 Presnal, Bill thru Smith, Glen L.
Reel
2011/168-53 Smith, Jack thru Vance, Kirby
Reel
2011/168-54 Vance, William R. thru Zimmerman, James
1978
Reel
2011/168-55 Abrams, James Demar thru Brown, Albert D. Jr.
Reel
2011/168-56 Brown, Curtis thru Davis, Harvey D.
Reel
2011/168-57 Davis, Robert "Bob" thru Guarino, Joseph M.
Reel
2011/168-58 Guerra, Fidencia M. thru Jordan, Walter E.
Reel
2011/168-59 Juedeman, Rudolph F. thru Matthews, Bryon
Reel
2011/168-60 Mauzy, Oscar thru Price, Frank Christian
Reel
2011/168-61 Juedeman, Rudolph F. thru Matthews, Bryon
Reel
2011/168-62 Strake, George W. Jr. thru Zimmerman, James B.
1979
Reel
2011/168-63 Abbott, Shirley Levoy thru Blakemore, William Blanton
Reel
2011/168-64 Blanchard, H.J. "Doc" thru Casner, Kenneth Wayne
Reel
2011/168-65 Caton, Ralph W. thru Dial, Preston H. Jr.
Reel
2011/168-66 Dibrell, Samuel thru Garrett, John Henry
Reel
2011/168-67 Garwood, William Lockhard thru Hernandez, Joe L.
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2011/168-68 Herndon, F. David thru Kennedy, Ramona J.
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2011/168-69 Kenyon, Thomas Gene thru McDowell, Frank H.
Reel
2011/168-70 McFall, John Robert thru Munitz, Barry Allen
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2011/168-71 Murphy, Charles Alfred thru Price, Thomas Brian
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2011/168-72 Priest, Wayne Patrick thru Smith, Earle W.
Reel
2011/168-73 Smith, Edgar Carlyle thru Turner, James William
Reel
2011/168-74 Turner, John Walter thru Wolens, Steven D.
Reel
2011/168-75 Wood, Sharolyn Petty thru Zimmerman, James Braxton
1980
Reel
2011/168-76 Abrams, James Demar thru Burkett, Zack T. Jr.
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2011/168-77 Bush Rober Grammar III thru Donaldson, Jerry Nub
Reel
2011/168-78 Douglas, Kenneth Alvie thru Harris, Ed J.
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2011/168-79 Harris, Herbert Snow, Jr. thru Lane, Donald H.
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2011/168-80 Lane, Warldow W. thru Moore, William Tyler
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2011/168-81 Moreno, Paul Cruz thru Samson, Charles Harold Jr.
Reel
2011/168-82 Sanchez, Henry thru Travis, Dee Thomas
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2011/168-83 Treacy, William thru Zimmermann, James Braxton
1981
Reel
2011/168-84 Abernathy, Richard thru Blake, Roy
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2011/168-85 Blakemore, William B. II thru Cavazos, Eddie
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2011/168-86 Cavazos, Lauro F. thru Denton, Betty
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2011/168-87 Denton, James thru Gibbs, Dan
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2011/168-88 Giberson, Jack thru Heflin, Talmadge
Reel
2011/168-89 Henderson, Don thru Kilgore, Whayland W.
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2011/168-90 Kiliam, D. Jack thru Martinez, George
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2011/168-91 Martinez, Roman thru Morse, Tom
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2011/168-92 Morse, Ray thru Proctor, T.W. (Terry)
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2011/168-93 Ragan, Bill thru Smith, Clyde E. Jr.
Reel
2011/168-94 Smith, Dewey G. thru Truan, Carlos G.
Reel
2011/168-95 Tullis, Ernie W. thru Zimmerman, James B.
1982
Reel
2011/168-96 Adams, Don thru Boles, Bennie Charles
Reel
2011/168-97 Bolin, George thru Clapp, Kenyon Ford
Reel
2011/168-98 Clark, A. Raegan thru Dixon, F. Kemp
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2011/168-99 Dodson, Carlton B. thru Gibbs, Dan
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2011/168-100 Giblin, Leonard J. Jr. thru Halten, William M.
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2011/168-101 Hazlett, Buy thru Koons, Donald Deane
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2011/168-102 Kothman, Glen H. thru Mahaffey, P. Bolin
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2011/168-103 Maloney, Robert thru Moorman, R. Hal
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2011/168-104 Moreno, Alejandro Jr. thru Presnal, Billy C.
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2011/168-105 Presler, Paul thru Shaver, William R.
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2011/168-106 Shaw, David L. thru Thompson, Jim Noble
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2011/168-107 Thompson, Raymond L. thru Whittington, Harry M.
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2011/168-108 Whittington, John H. Jr. thru Zimmerman, James B.
1983
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2011/168-109 Aboussie, Marilyn thru Evan, Larry Quincy
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2011/168-110 Holder, Roland J. and Evins, Joe B. thru Martinez, Walter
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2011/168-111 Mathews, Charles D. thru Stewart, Annette
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2011/168-112 Stewart, Elmon Bill thru Zivinggi, Stanley Joseph
1984
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2011/168-113 Abbott, Frank thru Davis, Deralyn
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2011/168-114 Davis, Harvey thru Ivie, David
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2011/168-115 Jacks, Terry thru Parker, Allen R.
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2011/168-116 Parker, Annie Mae thru Sweet, Arnold N.
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2011/168-117 Taft, Donald H. thru Zumker, Edward H.
1985
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2011/168-118 Aboussie, Marilyn thru Clark, Greg
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2011/168-119 Clark, Harley R. thru Green, Herbert Jr.
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2011/168-120 Green, Joseph Thomas thru Lane, Carol Higley
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2011/168-121 Lane, Donald H. thru Parman, Dan F.
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2011/168-122 Parmer, Hugh Quay thru Smith, J.L.
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2011/168-123 Smith, Lois M. thru Zepeda, Ronald
1986
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2011/168-124 Aboussie, Marilyn thru Davis, Harvey D.
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2011/168-125 Davis, L. Clifford thru Hutchison, John Scott
[Note: See index at front of reel for additional information.]
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2011/168-126 Hynson, Kathy thru Newson, Phillip G.
[Note: See front of reel for index of additional information.]
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2011/168-127 Nobles, Edward thru Sparks, Glen E. (Gene)
[Note: See index at front of reel for additional information.]
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2011/168-128 Spears, Carolyn H. thru Zuniga, Laura
[Note: See index at front of reel for additional information.]
1987
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2011/168-129 Karen Warwick Abernathy thru Paul Colbert
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2011/168-130 Coleman, Brian Douglas thru Hamm, George Francis
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2011/168-131 Hammer, Joyce Anne thru Lyon, B. Jr.
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2011/168-132 Mabry, Richard C. thru Robertson, Sam
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2011/168-133 Robertson, Sylvia thru Sudderth
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2011/168-134 Suss, Chancellor B. Allen thru Donald Zepeda
1988
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2011/168-135 Abbott thru Crowley, G.A.
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2011/168-136 Crowson, M. thru Hodge, J.H.
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2011/168-137 Holcombe, J.W. thru Murchis, L. G.
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2011/168-138 Murphy, P.C. thru Stone, D.
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2011/168-139 Storch, D.G. thru Zbranek, Z.
1989
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2011/168-140 Abscal, Amado thru Campbell, Jo
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2011/168-141 Campbell, Randolph B. thru Erickson, Bernard
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2011/168-142 Eschenburg, Robert Lee II thru Holland, Jack Humphrey
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2011/168-143 Holand, Verla Sue thru Maloney, Frances
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2011/168-144 Maloney, Francis J. Jr. thru Pennington, Mickey Ray
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2011/168-145 Pennington Jr, Roland Randolph thru Solis, Miguel
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2011/168-146 Solito, Peter S. thru Wright Brad F.
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2011/168-147 Wright-Sanders, Carolyn Inez / Notice Letters
1990
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2011/168-148 Aaron, Ann-Marie Cerda thru Carley, Pamela A.
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2011/168-149 Cames, Alfred Burton thru Evans, Larry Q.
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2011/168-150 Evans, Roy R. thru Hinojosa, Gilberto
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2011/168-151 Hinojosa, Juan thru Madla, Frank Lloyd
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2011/168-152 Maes, Thomas M. II thru Pamell, Clavin B. Jr.
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2011/168-153 Partida, Juan Ramon thru Sklar, Daniel R.
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2011/168-154 Smetana, Jennie thru Williamson, James L.
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2011/168-155 Williamson, Mary Beth thru Zitelman, Janice R.
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2011/168-156 Alonzo, Roberto thru Peavy, John Wesley Jr.

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List of personal financial statements filed, 1984-1991,
0.5 cubic ft.

Personal financial statements were created in 1957 (and made more comprehensive by legislation in 1971 and 1973) to comply with state ethics legislation providing for the disclosure of financial assets and possible conflicts of interest of elected, salaried, or appointed officers and executive heads of state agencies, and candidates for elected office. This is a list of personal financial statements filed, 1984-1991. For each of the officeholders or candidates, the following information is included in this computer-generated list: ID number, name, office held (or candidate for), mailing address, salutation, type of report (all of them are designated "9b"), due date, file date, received date, and comments. Examples of comments include: late penalty paid, needs to pay penalty, affidavit, extended 06-27-89, incumbent, candidate, for list, AG, replaced Robert Mann, etc.
This list can be used to check whether an individual filed a statement before searching the microfilm for those years, 1984-1990.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by the creating agency alphabetically by last name of filer. It constitutes one list, in three volumes.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), List of personal financial statements filed, Texas Secretary of State state officers personal financial statements. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2011/378
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Ethics Commission on March 22, 2011.
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. 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.
Processing information
List of financial statements added by Tony Black, April 2013
Box
2011/378-5 9B report file, March 1984-April 1991
Ann-Marie Cerda Aaron thru Buddie J. Hahn
W.R. Hailey thru Sheila Payne
Louis Pearce, Jr. thru Eddie de la Garza

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