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Overview

Ben F. Barnes Biographical Sketch

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Speech files, 1949-1972 (bulk 1965-1972),

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Office of the Lieutenant Governor:

An Inventory of Ben F. Barnes' Speech Files at the Texas State Archives, 1949-1972 (bulk 1965-1972)



Overview

Creator: Texas. Office of the Lieutenant Governor.
Title: Records of Ben F. Barnes: Speech files
Dates: 1949-1972
Dates: (bulk 1965-1972)
Abstract: These records are speeches and speech-related correspondence dating from 1949 to 1972 (bulk 1965-1972). Most of the speeches were given by Ben Barnes although copies of a few speeches given by Preston Smith, John Connally, Hubert Humphrey and others are also present. Speeches were given to federations, associations, universities and clubs.
Quantity: 8 cubic ft.
Location: Please note that these records are stored at the State Records Center. Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under the Public Information Act exceptions, these records must be reviewed by an archivist before they can be accessed for research. Records requested before 10:00 a.m. will usually be available for review by an archivist by 4:00 p.m. the same day. Records requested after 10:00 a.m. and before 3:00 p.m will usually be available for review by an archivist by noon the next day. See the statement in this document for further information.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Ben F. Barnes Biographical Sketch

Ben Frank Barnes served Texas as lieutenant governor, Speaker of the House, and state representative. In his first political campaign, Barnes was elected in 1960 at the age of 22 as state representative for Brown, Coleman, Comanche and Runnels counties in West-Central Texas. He was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives by his colleagues in 1965 and became the youngest Lieutenant Governor of Texas in 1968, a position he held until 1972 when he lost a race for governor. Ben Barnes was born April 17, 1938 at Gorman, Texas and grew up on his father's peanut farm at Comyn, between DeLeon and Dublin. Barnes enrolled in Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in 1955, later transferred to John Tarleton College, and finally to the University of Texas at Austin where he graduated in 1960 with a degree in business administration. Barnes also attended the University of Texas Law School.

While a representative, Barnes served as chairman of the House Rules Committee and as vice-chairman of the Banks and Banking Committee. As Speaker, Barnes supported passage of the Consumer Credit Code, clean-air and water-quality legislation, legislation establishing programs for the elderly and legislation in behalf of the mentally ill and handicapped. During his first term as Speaker, Barnes led in the passage of legislation which created the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. He was instrumental in creating the Coordinating Board for the Texas College and University System and the Governor's Committee on Aging, in revising and codifying the Uniform Commercial Code, in raising teachers' pay, and in revising the Code of Criminal Procedure. Some of the major issues faced during his terms as speaker were redistricting, improvement of higher education, the promotion of tourism in Texas, and efforts to attract new industry to the state.

As Lieutenant Governor, Barnes witnessed the creation of two nursing schools, a dental school, three medical schools, and four senior colleges; an increase in the minimum wage; and the adoption of the Liquor Reform Bill. He backed legislation in the area of mass transportation, and legislation creating the Texas Rehabilitation Commission. Throughout his four terms in the two offices, Barnes was also interested in the issue of higher education.

President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed Barnes to his Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations in 1965. In 1968, Barnes represented the U.S. Department of State at the Committee on Agriculture of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Barnes represented this Department again in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Civil Defense Committee Conference in Brussels.

One of the overriding concerns of the 1972 elections was the Sharpstown stock-fraud scandal in which charges of fraud involving stock purchases were leveled against nearly two dozen state officials and former state officials. Though never directly implicated, Barnes' reputation was tainted by the scandal which caused him to lose his bid for the governor's office in 1972. Barnes retired from politics and became president of the Bennett-Barnes Development Company in Brownwood which was primarily involved in construction and real estate development. He also entered into partnerships and various business ventures, some with former governor John Connally.

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Agency History

The office of lieutenant governor is extremely powerful and influential in Texas state government. The Texas Constitution (Article IV, sections 1 and 16) gives the lieutenant governor power to act as governor in the event of the governor's absence from the state, or his/her death, resignation, impeachment, or inability or refusal to serve. The Constitution has also designated the lieutenant governor to serve as president of the Texas Senate. The current Rules of the Senate give the lieutenant governor authority to appoint all senate committees and their chairs, to decide all questions of order, to supervise all senate employees, and to determine the order of senate business. Texas statutes have made the lieutenant governor chairman of the Legislative Budget Board (which drafts the state budget) and the Texas Legislative Council (which is the legislature's main source for drafting bills); chair or vice-chair of the Legislative Audit Board (which appoints the state auditor) and the Legislative Education Board (which oversees state education policy); and member of the Legislative Redistricting Board (which redistricts house and senate seats after each decennial census).

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Scope and Contents of the Records

These records are speeches and speech-related correspondence dating from 1949 to 1972 (bulk 1965-1972). Most of the speeches were given by Ben Barnes although copies of a few speeches given by Preston Smith, John Connally, Hubert Humphrey and others are also present. Speeches were given to federations, associations, universities and clubs such as the American Legion, the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, and the United Press International (UPI) Broadcasters. Subjects addressed in the speeches often relate to pending legislation concerning, for example, air and water pollution control, conservation, crime rates, the aging, or workers' compensation. Barnes also delivered speeches celebrating, for example, the opening of a city hall and Hemisfair in San Antonio.

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. The researcher should note that the contents of the boxes listed below have been compiled from a list provided at the time the records were transferred. Archives staff have not had the opportunity to verify the contents of the boxes and, therefore, cannot vouch for the accuracy of the list.

If you are reading this electronically, you may click here on Texas Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Records of Ben F. Barnes to return to the main finding aid for records of this office. If you are reading this in paper, each of these finding aids is found at a separate divider within the binder.

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Arrangement of the Records

Speeches are filed chronologically in folders labeled with the date and the subject of the speech. Records remain in order as received.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions, 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 e-mail 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.

In accordance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 306, Ben F. Barnes allowed public access to the communications between himself and his constituents on July 29, 2004.

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.).

Where necessary, records will be redacted or restricted to comply with the Public Information Act and the Attorney General's decision.

Technical Requirements

None.

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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
Manuscript collections: Lieutenant Governor's Office, Barnes (Ben) Scrapbook, 1965-1972 (3 reels of microfilm)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Speech files, Records of Ben F. Barnes, Texas Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1995/037

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Secretary of the Senate on December 22, 1994.

Processing Information

Lisa M. Hendricks, October 1997

Nancy Enneking, September 2001

Tony Black, July 2004

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Speech files, 1949-1972 (bulk 1965-1972),
8 cubic ft.

1965
Box
1995/037-206 (90-10-00)
Speeches - San Antonio, 1965
(90-11-00)
Speeches - Austin, 1965
(90-13-00)
Speeches - Fort Worth, 1965
(90-18-00)
Speeches - Dallas, 1965
(90-23-00)
Speeches - Abilene, 1965
(90-24-00)
Speeches - Waco, 1965
(90-28-00)
Speeches - Wichita Falls, 1965
Box
1995/037-26 Texas Medical Association, B. Tunnell, January 16, 1965
Texas District and County Attorney Association, February 5, 1965
Dallas Times-Herald article, February 7, 1965
Hemisfair 1968 Board of Trustees, February 9, 1965
Jaycee Legislative Seminar, February 13, 1965
American Association of University, February 24, 1965
Austin Prod Credit Association, February 27, 1965
Cannon Firing Ceremony Broadcast, March 2, 1965
Bastrop Chamber of Commerce, March 5, 1965
4-H Club Leaders, March 11, 1965
Texas Nursing Home Association, March 15, 1965
Winters Chamber of Commerce, March 19, 1965
CLASP Statewide Kick-Off Dinner, March 23, 1965
N Texas Oil and Gas Association, March 25, 1965
Introduction of Byron Tunnell, March 26, 1965
Pasadena Junior Chamber of Commerce, April 10, 1965
Taylor Lions Club, April 22, 1965
Association of Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors, April 23, 1965
Panhandle Press Association, April 24, 1965
Garland City Hall Dedication, April 25, 1965
Distributive Education banquet, April 29, 1965
End of Session Speech Background of Texas Cities Rural and Small Towns, May 31, 1965
Kingsville Boy's Club, June 3, 1965
Wayne Gibbens Ad Valorem Tax, June 1965
Southern Conference Hot Springs, June 15, 1965
Accomplishments of 59th Legislature, June 1965
Accomplishments of 59th Legislature, June 1965
Accomplishments of 59th Legislature draft, June 1965
Fourth of July Celebration, July 5, 1965
4-H Club Citizenship Day, July 8, 1965
TEXPAC Workshop, July 11, 1965
Greenbelt Water Association, July 17, 1965
United Political Organization, July 28, 1965
State Convention, AFL-CIO, August 3, 1965
Display and Preservation of Texas Heritage, August 3, 1965
Senator Neveille Colson--Women Rights, August 3, 1965
Texas Public Junior College Association, August 20, 1965
Council Meeting Minutes, August 30, 1965
Labor Day Breakfast (Dallas Allied Printing Trades Convention, September 6, 1965
Labor Day Celebration, September 6, 1965
Teacher Appreciation Day, September 9, 1965
Victoria API, September 27, 1965
Comanche County 4-H, September 28, 1965
State Bar of Texas, October 1, 1965
American Legion Luncheon, October 5, 1965
Galveston County Legal Secretaries Association, October 12, 1965
Houston Kiwanis Club, October 13, 1965
Water and Soil Conservation District, October 13, 1965
San Angelo Optimist Club, October 18, 1965
United Nations, Winters High School, October 19, 1965
Civic Clubs Abilene and Sweetwater, October 20, 1965
International Credit Union Day, October 21, 1965
Background on Uvalde, October 25, 1965
Comanche Lions Club, October 26, 1965
Background on Portland and San Patricio County, October 28, 1965
Texas Research League, October 29, 1965
Tarleton College Homecoming, October 30, 1965
Texas Prison Rodeo, October 31, 1965
Municipal League, November 1, 1965
St. Mary's Hospital Development, November 18, 1965
Greater Dallas South Inc, November 23, 1965
Knights of Columbus, December 1, 1965
Calhoun County Bar Association, December 1, 1965
Legislation Affecting the 59th Legislature, December 1, 1965
Box
1995/037-27 Distinguished Service Award Banquet-Brownwood, December 8, 1965
Texas Private Clinic Association, December 11, 1965
1966
Box
1995/037-27 "Women in Politics" TWU [Texas Woman's University], January 6, 1966
Austin Chamber of Commerce, January 18, 1966
Issues Facing the 60th Legis-Brownwood (Senator Word, January 19, 1966
Public Health Legislation (Representative Vernon Stewart), January 19, 1966
San Antonio Jaycee Award Banquet, January 20, 1966
Tarrant County Chapter, TMA [Texas Medical Association] Fort Worth (Commissioner Byron Tunnell, January 25, 1966
American Business Women's Association-San Antonio (Lieutenant Governor and Preston Smith), January 25, 1966
Eastex Awards Dinner-Beaumont, January 26, 1966
Jaycees Distinguished Awards Banquet-Corsicana, January 28, 1966
Acceptance of "Outstanding Young Man" Award, January 29, 1966
American Association of University Women--Austin, February 5, 1966
American Institute of Chemical Engineers--Dallas, February 7, 1966
Texas Birthday-Washington-on-the-Brazos, March 2, 1966
Air Conditioning Dealers-Brownwood, March 4, 1966
Coppell High School (Senator Parkhouse), March 11, 1966
Fort Worth Goodwill Industries Speech-Hotel Texas, March 14, 1966
Oil Appreciation Day-Midland, March 14, 1966
Texas Telephone Association Houston, March 15, 1966
Progress Since 1947 (Senator Abraham Kazen, Jr.), March 16, 1966
Information on Texas Higher Education (Representative Will Smith), March 17, 1966
Civic Club Speech on Issues Facing 60th Legislature (Representative Jim Slider), March 17, 1966
Conference on Libraries, March 23, 1966
Civic Club Speech on New Voter Registration Law (Representative Jim Slider), March 23, 1966
Pika Founders Day, SMU [Southern Methodist University] Dallas, Texas (Lieutenant Governor Preston Smith), March 30, 1966
Dallas Jaycee Award Banquet, March 30, 1966
Joint Conference of Texas Independent Developers Council, March 31, 1966
Borger Chamber of Commerce, March 31, 1966
Speech to Seagram Family Association--Miami, Florida, May 4, 1966
Future Secretaries Association (Lieutenant Governor Preston Smith), April 4, 1966
Association of School Board and Administration, April 13, 1966
Graham Lions Club, April 13, 1966
Columbus Chamber of Commerce, April 14, 1966
Corpus Christi Public Libraries, April 20, 1966
Remarks made by Ambassador of Peru, Annual State Convention of Texas Junior Chamber of Commerce, April 21, 1966
Texas Professional Engineers Dallas, April 28, 1966
McMurry College Graduating Class, May 12, 1966
Carrizo Springs Graduating Class, May 24, 1966
Savings Bond Kickoff, (Governor Connally June 8, 1966
PTA, June 1966
Texas Daily Newspaper Association-San Antonio, February 21, 1966
Southern Conference of the Council for State Governments--Houston, July 21, 1966
El Paso Sheriff's Association, July 29, 1966
Pioneers and OLD Settlers Alvarado, Texas, August 8, 1966
Dyslexia Conference, September 16, 1966
Texas Education Since 1961, September 19, 1966
National Secretaries Association, September 28, 1966
Improving Counties in Texas, October 7, 1966
Better Education Through Legislation (James Slider), October 11, 1966
Clean Air--Houston, October 20, 1966
Crime and Lawlessness--Abilene Lions Club (Attorney General Waggoner Carr), October 20, 1966
Juvenile Crime (Paul Floyd), October 1966
Dallas Crime Commission, October 25, 1966
Waggoner Carr political speech, October 26, 1966
Urban Affairs Conference, October 26, 1966
Leadership Responsibility Texas Wesleyan College, October 27, 1966
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Water Resources Speech, October 28, 1966
Texas Association for Mental Health, October 28, 1966
Texas Merchants Association Fort Worth, Texas, October 28, 1966
PTA--Austin, November 16, 1966
American Cancer Society Crusade, December 8, 1966
Callier Hearing and Speech Center, December 9, 1966
1967
Box
1995/037-27 Church Speech welcoming members, January 9, 1967
Speech to Legislature, January 11, 1967
Session Issues, January 16, 1967
Inaugural Address (Connally), January 17, 1967
Joint Session (Connally), January 18, 1967
Growth of Texas--60th Legislature--Longview, January 19, 1967
TMA Issues before 60th Session, January 21, 1967
Georgetown Chamber of Commerce (Lieutenant Governor Preston Smith), January 24, 1967
Tax message to the Legislature (Connally), February 2, 1967
IAPES Texas Future--Austin, February 3, 1967
Guadalupe National Park, February 3, 1967
Insurance Agents-Issues before 60th Legislature, February 8, 1967
Deaf Study Speech (Paul Floyd) Denton, Texas, February 3, 1967
West Texas Chamber of Commerce (Representative Doran), February 1967
El Paso Chamber of Commerce, February 14, 1967
Southern Farm Bureau--Austin, February 15, 1967
Houston Educational Council, February 22, 1967
Dallas PTA, February 23, 1967
YMCA-Big Springs, February 25, 1967
Fort and Mission Society (Representative Hendryx), February 27, 1967
Texas Bankers Association, March 2, 1967
TSTA, March 3, 1967
UPI Editors--Dallas Progressive Texas, March 4, 1967
4-H Club, March 9, 1967
Winters Methodist Church, March 9, 1967
Waco Cancer, March 16, 1967
Christian Vocation (Judge Steakley), March 1967
Texas Nursing Home Association, March 28, 1967
Tax Sharing (Representative Wayne), March 31, 1967
Dedication of Living Indian Village--Alabama, April 1, 1967
National Guard--Galveston, April 1, 1967
Speech Excerpts, April 6, 1967
Kerrville Chamber of Commerce, April 7, 1967
Industrial Week--Mineral Wells, April 7, 1967
Texarkana College, April 8, 1967
One Year Tax Message (Connally), April 19, 1967
50 Top Scholars--Abilene, April 24, 1967
America's Role (Vice President Humphrey to Joint Session of Legislature, April 24, 1967
Texas Cemeteries Association Austin, Texas, April 25, 1967
Canyon Museum, May 5, 1967
Palmer Appreciation--Austin, May 12, 1967
Box
1995/037-28 Senator J.P. Word, High School Commencement, May 1967
Texas Social Welfare Association, June 1, 1967
Frank Erwin, Dental School, June 5, 1967
Hallesville Rodeo, June 13, 1967
American Legion, June 19, 1967
Dallas Negro Chamber of Commerce, June 21, 1967
Water in Texas Sinton Chamber of Commerce, June 22, 1967
J Hill Patriotism Speech, July 4, 1967
July 4th speech, July 4, 1967
Farm Bureau, July 5, 1967
Law Suits Affecting Texas, July 8, 1967
AFL-CIO Fort Worth, August 3, 1967
High School Coaches, August 3, 1967
Weiting - Woman's Rights, August 8, 1967
Amarillo County Agricultural Agents Convention, August 8, 1967
Federated Masons (Negro problems), August 16, 1967
County Treasurers Association, August 19, 1967
Joint Service Clubs, August 22, 1967
American Hellenic Education Association, August 24, 1967
Will Rogers Dedication, August 26, 1967
Houston Rotary, August 30, 1967
Airport Dedication, September 9, 1967
High Plains Research Foundation, September 15, 1967
Brazosport Chamber, September 18, 1967
Association of Petroleum Landmen, October 2, 1967
Texas Federation Women's Clubs (crime in Texas), October 4, 1967
Highland Methodist Church, October 8, 1967
Legislative Reform UT Arlington, October 9, 1967
County Judges and Commissioners Fort Worth, October 13, 1967
International Mining Days, October 16, 1967
Highland Park Church, October 16, 1967
Harry Withers Elementary School PTA, Dallas, October 16, 1967
Scout Banquet, Victoria, October 26, 1967
Role of Speaker, Texas A&M, October 27, 1967
Texas Municipal League, November 6, 1967
Law Enforcement, November 8, 1967
Jaycee Boss Night, Abilene, November 9, 1967
Timberlawn Dedication, November 12, 1967
Texas Farm Bureau, November 14, 1967
Industrial Foundation of Permian Basin, November 15, 1967
San Antonio Women's Federation, November 16, 1967
Century Club A&M, November 23, 1967
Fort Worth Association of Women's Clubs, December 5, 1967
Natural Bridge Caverns, December 7, 1967
Committee on Faculty Compensation, December 8, 1967
Federal Business Association, December 8, 1967
Fort Worth Rehab Farm, December 10, 1967
TWU [Texas Woman's University] Dorm Dedication, December 11, 1967
1968
Box
1995/037-25 Inauguration speech, 1968
[empty]
Texas Audio Visual Education Association-San Antonio, November 18, 1968
Ad Valorem Tax Committee speech Mid Continent Oil and Gas Association San Antonio, November 18, 1968
Texas Manufacturers Association Dallas - speech, October 25, 1968
Chamber of Commerce speech-Cooper, Texas, October 23, 1968
National Management Association speech Fort Worth, October 22, 1968
SDEC speech (not delivered) Dallas, Texas, October 21, 1968
[empty]
Men's Luncheon speech-Tyler Rose Festival-Tyler, October 18, 1968
Texas Social Welfare Association speech Austin, October 17, 1968
County Judges, Commissioners Association. speech (not delivered) Austin, October 10, 1968
[empty]
National Association of Chaplains for Youth Rehabilitation speech-Gatesville, October 8, 1968
[empty]
State Fair of Texas speech--Dallas, Texas, October 4, 1968
Texas Merchant's Association speech Dallas, Texas, October 4, 1968
[empty]
Texas Safety Supervisors speech--Bandera, Texas, October 3, 1968
Gulf States Marine Fisheries speech---San Antonio, October 3, 1968
Council for Exceptional Children speech--San Antonio, September 30, 1968
State Teachers Association (delivered by Crawford Martin)--McAllen, September 26, 1968
Grand Prairie Women's Club, September 25, 1968
Houston Chapter, American Institute of Architects, September 24, 1968
Del Rio Optimist Installation, September 23, 1968
Attorney General's Law Enforcement Conference--Austin, September 20, 1968
Texas AFL-CIO and COPE--San Antonio, September 20, 1968
State Democratic Convention speech--Austin, September 17, 1968
Downtown Rotary Club of Austin, August 13, 1968
Teachers of Vocational Agriculture--Austin, August 13, 1968
[empty]
West Texas Chamber of Commerce-Wichita Falls, August 9, 1968
[empty]
Postgraduate Medical Assembly of South Texas--Houston, July 30, 1968
Opening remarks, Southern Conference of the Council of State governments--Biloxi, Mississippi, July 24, 1968
First City Executive Management Seminar--Houston, July 17, 1968
Wise County Historical (Creighton delivered), June 22, 1968
[empty]
Texas Good Roads Association, June 18, 1968
Montgomery Ward Awards Banquet, May 14, 1968
Outstanding Young Educator Banquet--Houston, April 26, 1968
World Federation of Neurology--Dallas, Texas, April 3, 1968
1st Texas Governor's Conference on the Arts--Austin, April 1, 1968
Highland Lakes Tourist Association--Burnet, March 22, 1968
Texas Federation of Women's Clubs--Borger, March 21, 1968
East Texas County Judges and Commissioners Association--El Paso, March 18, 1968
Texas AFL-CIO Convention--Galveston, March 2, 1968
Junior Chamber of Commerce--Waco, Texas, January 18, 1968
[empty]
State Democratic Convention, 1968
State Democratic Convention (Preston Smith speech), 1968
[empty]
State Democratic Convention (Barnes Introduction), 1968
State Democratic Convention (Preston Smith Introduction), 1968
[empty]
Connally Speeches, 1968
[empty]
BB's campaign platform, March 1968
Barnes campaign-County Coordinators, 1968
[empty]
Campaign materials, 1968
Barnes campaign coverage, 1968
Barnes editorial endorsements, 1968
Newspaper editorial endorsement responses, 1968
Radio station responses, 1968
Belles for Barnes, 1968
Box
1995/037-28 Remarks to State Association Young Farmers, January 3, 1968
South Texas Cotton and Grain Association, January 15, 1968
Rio Grande Valley School, January 15, 1968
Texas Municipal League, January 16, 1968
Texas Restaurant Association, January 17, 1968
Chamber of Commerce, January 18, 1968
White Settlement Chamber of Commerce, January 22, 1968
Houston Convention and Visitors Center, January 31, 1968
East Texas Men's Club, February 12, 1968
Beeville Chamber of Commerce, February 14, 1968
Midlothian Chamber of Commerce, February 19, 1968
AFL-CIO Galveston, March 2, 1968
Medical Faculty, March 4, 1968
Dallas Council of World Affairs, March 5, 1968
Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce, March 11, 1968
County Judges, El Paso, March 18, 1968
Federation of Womens' Clubs, March 21, 1968
Highland Lakes Tourist, March 25, 1968
1st Conference on the Arts, April 1, 1968
World Federation of Neurology, April 3, 1968
Liquor Regulation Statement, April 4, 1968
TPEA Chapter, April 22, 1968
Hemisfair Platoon Dedication, April 23, 1968
Outstanding Young Educator, April 26, 1968
Awards Banquet, Dallas Chamber of Commerce, April 30, 1968
Montgomery Ward Awards, May 14, 1968
Call to Session, June 4, 1968
El Paso Mayor's Speech, June 8, 1968
Convention Speech, June 11, 1968
State Democratic Convention, June 11, 1968
Good Roads Association, June 18, 1968
National Institute on Crime, June 17, 1968
Texas Police Association, June 17, 1968
Wise County Emphasis Day, June 22, 1968
1st City Executive Management Seminar, July 17, 1968
Southern Conference on Council of State Governments, July 24, 1968
Postgraduate Medical Assembly, July 30, 1968
State Convention Texas AFL-CIO, August 3, 1968
West Texas Chamber of Commerce, August 9, 1968
Downtown Rotary Club, August 13, 1968
NATO Civil Defense Committee, September 6, 1968
State Democratic Convention, September 17, 1968
United Fund, September 18, 1968
Attorney General Law Enforcement, September 20, 1968
Texas State Teachers Association, September 26, 1968
Museum Groundbreaking Texas Tech, September 28, 1968
Texas Merchants Association, October 4, 1968
State Fair and Texas Honor Awards Dinner, October 4, 1968
Texas Social Welfare Association, October 17, 1968
Men's Luncheon Tyler Rose, October 18, 1968
National Management Association, October 22, 1968
Cooper Texas, October 23, 1968
Texas Manufacturers Dallas, October 25, 1968
Texas Municipal League, November 11, 1968
Ad Valorem Tax Committee, November 18, 1968
Texas Audio-Visual Education, November 18, 1968
1969
Box
1995/037-13 Introduction of Governor Connally, January 14, 1969
Texas Medical Association, January 18, 1969
TMA-Conference on Legislation, January 18, 1969
Sportsmen's Clubs of Texas, January 18, 1969
Inauguration, January 21, 1969
Inaugural Address, January 21, 1969
Excerpts Democratic Party Platform, January 22, 1969
Excerpts Address at State Democratic Convention--Austin, January 22, 1969
Message to Legislature, January 23, 1969
Address to House of Representatives, January 29, 1969
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, January 29, 1969
Mt. Pleasant Chamber of Commerce, January 30, 1969
Texas Employment Commission, February 6, 1969
Legislative Conference UT, February 7, 1969
N. Dallas Chamber of Commerce, February 7, 1969
Special Teacher Training Institute University of St. Thomas, February 19, 1969
Salvation Army, February 20, 1969
Texas Society of College Teachers, March 10, 1969
Texas Senate on the Move, March 14, 1969
Dallas Baptist College, March 14, 1969
Broadcasters, March 15, 1969
East Texas County Judges and Commissioners, March 18, 1969
Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, March 19, 1969
Special Tax Message, March 19, 1969
Texas Nursing Home Association, March 25, 1969
American Legion, Post 581, March 27, 1969
Texas Bankers Association, March 29, 1969
Willacy County Chamber of Commerce, April 10, 1969
All American City Ceremonies, April 10, 1969
Limestone County Farm Bureau, April 11, 1969
National Guard of Texas Convention, April 12, 1969
Methodist Men's Club, April 16, 1969
Distributive Education Chapter of American Employer-Employee Banquet, April 22, 1969
Young Demos of South Carolina, April 25, 1969
Box
1995/037-28 South Carolina Speech, April 25, 1969
Box
1995/037-13 Dallas Optimist Club, April 30, 1969
TCU Day, May 5, 1969
Annual Luncheon of Mental Health Association, May 8, 1969
UT El Paso, May 8, 1969
Texas Southern University, May 13, 1969
Permian Info Computing Center, May 15, 1969
Sol Casseb, Man of Year, May 18, 1969
St. Edward's University, May 24, 1969
Texas Real Estate Association, June 6, 1969
Dedication Texas Historical Marker Comyn, Texas, June 8, 1969
Air Force Association of Texas, June 14, 1969
Smith's Veto Message, June 20, 1969
Big Spring Hospital 30th Anniversary, June 22, 1969
Warren Methodist Church, June 29, 1969
Lions International, July 5, 1969
Gladys Harrington Public Library Dedication, July 13, 1969
12th Annual Institute on Alcohol Studies, July 13, 1969
Texas Rural Letter Carriers Association State Convention, July 14, 1969
League of Women Voters, July 15, 1969
Future Farmers of America, July 16, 1969
Baptist Association of Men's Organizations, July 17, 1969
Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce and Rotary, July 17, 1969
American Legion 50 Anniversary, July 18, 1969
Corpus Christi AFL-CIO, July 18, 1969
50 Anniversary 1st Pasadena State Park, July 19, 1969
St Edward Hospital Groundbreaking, July 20, 1969
Texas Pharmaceutical Association, July 20, 1969
Smith message 61st Legislature, July 28, 1969
Texas Association of Insurance, August 25, 1969
National Legislative Conference, August 27, 1969
National Legislative Conference, August 27, 1969
Midland Campus Dedication, September 8, 1969
75 Anniversary American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, September 10, 1969
Kingsville Boys' Club, September 15, 1969
Amarillo Council for Progress, September 16, 1969
Amarillo Council for Progress, September 16, 1969
Deaf Smith County United Fund, September 17, 1969
National Learning Systems Seminar, September 18, 1969
Mobil Management Association, September 25, 1969
Hidalgo County Easter Seal Society, September 26, 1969
Urban Affairs Committee Statement, September 27, 1969
Texas Industrial Commission, October 3, 1969
American Business Women--Dallas, October 6, 1969
Dallas Federal Employees, October 6, 1969
Spring Branch Council PTA, October 7, 1969
National Association of Business Economists, October 7, 1969
Amarillo Kiwanis Installation Banquet, October 8, 1969
Denton County Livestock Association, October 9, 1969
Golden Acres, October 12, 1969
Central Texas Section, American Chemical Society, October 14, 1969
Junior Bar Association of Dallas wives, October 14, 1969
Richardson Democratic Mens Club, October 16, 1969
Douglas McArthur Academy of Freedom, October 18, 1969
Greater Texas City-LaMarque Chamber of Commerce, October 21, 1969
San Antonio Good Government, October 22, 1969
Maverick-Clarke's Dedication, October 23, 1969
County Judges and Commissioners Association of Texas, October 24, 1969
Texas Press Women, October 25, 1969
5th Annual American Water Resources Conference, October 27, 1969
Texas Independent Auto Dealers Association, October 27, 1969
Institute of Politics, October 28, 1969
Senator Moore Appreciation, October 28, 1969
22nd Annual Youth Leaders, October 30, 1969
Desk and Derrick Club, November 5, 1969
American Association of College Professors, November 5, 1969
Baptist General Convention, November 5, 1969
Concordia College Ladies Day, November 7, 1969
Texas Municipal League, November 10, 1969
Dallas Kiwanis Club, November 11, 1969
Houston Personnel Association, November 12, 1969
Board of Trustees, Houston Museum of Natural Sciences, November 13, 1969
Employer of the Year dinner, November 13, 1969
Senate Committee to Study Use and Abuse of Drugs, November 14, 1969
Outstanding Young Texans Junior Chamber of Commerce, November 15, 1969
Galveston Medical College Historical Marker Dedication, November 18, 1969
35th Anniversary Dedication Convocation Lee College, November 18, 1969
Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs, November 26, 1969
Meridian, Mississippi Chamber of Commerce, December 2, 1969
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, December 4, 1969
Association Health, Physical Education and Recreation, December 4, 1969
Texas Recreation and Park Society, December 5, 1969
Junior College Conference, Lamar State College of Tech, December 5, 1969
American Legion Press party, December 11, 1969
Downtown Rotary Club, December 12, 1969
Fort Worth Rehabilitation Farm Christmas Party, December 13, 1969
Alan Bean Day, December 22, 1969
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Collin County Mayors Association, January 6, 1970
American Society of Corporate Secretaries, January 7, 1970
E Dallas, Christian Church Slayter Mens' Bible Club, January 8, 1970
Association of Petroleum Landmen, January 12, 1970
West Texas and El Paso Chamber of Commerce, January 13, 1970
National Honor Society, January 13, 1970
Santa Monica, California, January 17, 1970
Football Banquet-Brownwood, January 19, 1970
Nacogdoches Chamber of Commerce, January 20, 1970
University Area Rotary Club, January 21, 1970
Dallas County Council of Camp Fire Girls, Inc., January 22, 1970
Board of Commerce and Industry, January 22, 1970
Kirbyville Chamber of Commerce, January 23, 1970
Texas Trial Lawyers, January 24, 1970
Jacksboro High School Football banquet, January 24, 1970
Hospital Governing Board Seminar, January 24, 1970
San Antonio Heart Association, February 2, 1970
Introduction of Vice President Hubert Humphrey, February 5, 1970
Junior Chamber of Commerce Bosses night, February 6, 1970
El Paso Legislative Delegation appreciation dinner, February 7, 1970
Electronics Club, February 9, 1970
Heart Fund Kick-Off Luncheon, February 10, 1970
Safety Commission, Police Awards banquet, February 10, 1970
Young Pres Club, February 11, 1970
TWU [Texas Woman's University] Building Dedication, February 11, 1970
Girl Scout Cookie Sale Rally, February 14, 1970
General Dynamics Management Association Ladies Night, February 14, 1970
Inaugural Luncheon, Abilene Christian College, February 21, 1970
Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet Olney, Texas, February 21, 1970
Sabine-Neches School Trustees, Administrators and Teachers, February 23, 1970
Polk County Chamber of Commerce, February 24, 1970
Phoenix, Arizona, February 25, 1970
Salvation Army Advisory Board, February 26, 1970
Phi Theta Kappa State Convention Grayson County College, February 27, 1970
Overton Rotary Club, February 27, 1970
District I Convention, Texas Jaycees, February 28, 1970
Dedication of N Mesquite Senior High School, March 1, 1970
Texarkana and Bowie County United Texas State Teachers Association, March 2, 1970
Texas State Teachers Association, March 2, 1970
Bluffdale School, March 4, 1970
Tarleton State College, March 4, 1970
Jaycees Bosses Night, March 4, 1970
COPE Appearance, March 4, 1970
Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce, March 5, 1970
Demos National Committee, March 5, 1970
Birdwell Classroom Teach, March 6, 1970
Youth Leadership Conference of Vocational Off Education, March 6, 1970
Harlingen Chamber of Commerce, March 7, 1970
Corpus Christi-Nueces County Bar Association, March 9, 1970
Southwest Insurance Association, March 10, 1970
Kiwanis Club, March 11, 1970
Southern Baptist Business Off Conference, March 12, 1970
University of Texas at Arlington, March 13, 1970
Texas State Teachers Association Legislative Committee, March 13, 1970
Conference on University-State Relations, March 13, 1970
Jaycee Banquet, March 14, 1970
Texas State Education Association, March 14, 1970
School Assembly, March 17, 1970
Chamber of Commerce and Agricultural banquet Olton, March 17, 1970
County Judges and Commissioners, March 17, 1970
Chamber of Commerce banquet Canyon, March 18, 1970
West Texas State University, March 18, 1970
College of the South Plains, March 18, 1970
Jaycee banquet, March 20, 1970
Student/Faculty Luncheon, Sam Houston State University, March 20, 1970
National District Attorney Association, March 21, 1970
College of the Mainland Dedication, March 21, 1970
Democratic Fund Raising banquet, March 28, 1970
Introduction of Governor John Connally, DeLeon Chamber of Commerce, April 1, 1970
Dedication of Brownwood State School for Girls, April 2, 1970
Texas Cotton Ginners Association, April 6, 1970
Texas Industrial Week [?] banquet, April 6, 1970
Civic Club meeting, April 7, 1970
Outline for Greenville Texas Rotary Club, April 8, 1970
Austin College Convocation, April 8, 1970
East Texas State University, April 8, 1970
San Benito Chamber of Commerce, April 9, 1970
Joint Plumbing Apprenticeship Committee banquet, April 10, 1970
IAPES, April 10, 1970
National Association of Bank Women, April 11, 1970
Dedication of Yoakum Municipal Airport, April 12, 1970
PTA Council Meeting, April 20, 1970
Harris County A&M Club Muster, April 21, 1970
Prairie View A&M College Honors Day Convocation, April 21, 1970
Pre-Law Association of the U T, April 22, 1970
El Campo Rotary Club, April 23, 1970
South Texas Electric Cooperative, April 23, 1970
Young Demos, April 25, 1970
Employee-Employer banquet, April 27, 1970
Marketing Class-SMU [Southern Methodist University], April 28, 1970
Brownsville Chamber of Commerce, April 30, 1970
Marketing and Sales Promotion, May 2, 1970
Tarrant County Association for Mental Health, May 5, 1970
Consulting Engineers Council, May 7, 1970
Senator Aikin Appreciation Dinner, May 15, 1970
Cisco Junior College Commencement Exercise, May 14, 1970
Speech for Boy Scouts, May 14, 1970
Edinburg Chamber of Commerce, May 22, 1970
Methodist Youth Fellow shop, May 22, 1970
Houston Construction Ind [?], May 23, 1970
Reserve Officer Association, May 23, 1970
Police Graduating Class, May 23, 1970
High School Honors Luncheon, May 24, 1970
Medal Presented to Astronauts, May 25, 1970
Memorial Day Ceremony and Dedication of Carillon Bells, May 30, 1970
Fort Worth Public School Baccalaureate, May 31, 1970
School of Nursing Commencement Address, June 5, 1970
Texas Press Association banquet, June 6, 1970
Florida Young Demos, June 13, 1970
Justices of the Peace and Constables meeting, June 22, 1970
Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, June 30, 1970
Police Chief William Burns retirement banquet, July 1, 1970
Mineral Wells Drug Rally, July 2, 1970
Mayor Fells Appreciation banquet, July 6, 1970
Dallas Junior Chamber of Commerce, July 7, 1970
Southwest Texas Water Utilities Short School, July 8, 1970
Azle Chamber of Commerce banquet, July 14, 1970
Dedication Elm Fork Extension of Trinity River Authority Central Sewage System, July 14, 1970
Nacogdoches Jaycees, July 16, 1970
Spindletop Museum Dinner, July 30, 1970
Dedication of Port of Port Lavaca, August 1, 1970
Association of Milk Producers, August 1, 1970
Auxiliary Police and Reserve Law Officers Association, August 8, 1970
Texas Retail Grocers Association, August 9, 1970
5th Annual Summer Youth Citizenship Conference, August 10, 1970
Thermon Corp Groundbreaking, August 11, 1970
Texas Hospital Association, August 12, 1970
Freestone County Festival Party, August 20, 1970
NATRA Convention, August 21, 1970
Texas Municipal Police Association, August 21, 1970
National Hemophilia Reg [?] Awards banquet, August 22, 1970
West Texas State University Leadership Conference, August 24, 1970
Introduction of Alan Bean, National Legislative Conference, August 26, 1970
Dedication of LBJ State Park, August 29, 1970
Huston-Tillotson College Freshman Orientation, August 31, 1970
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1995/037-15 Muscular Dystrophy TV Spot Taping, September 1, 1970
Vintage Enterprises, Inc. Plant Dedication, Breckenridge Industrial Park, September 4, 1970
Delta County Centennial, September 6, 1970
Judge John Mead Appreciation, September 11, 1970
Dallas Metropolitan Round Robin Texas Jaycees, September 12, 1970
N Texas Rehabilitation Center, September 13, 1970
1970 State Democratic Convention, September 15, 1970
Austin Apartment Association, September 16, 1970
Weatherford Optimist, September 17, 1970
Drug Seminar, September 17, 1970
National Association of Women in Construction, September 18, 1970
Texas Urban Development Commission, September 18, 1970
Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters, September 18, 1970
Heart Fund Chairman Report, September 18, 1970
Wharton County Junior College, September 24, 1970
Joint Luncheon-Lions/Rotary, September 24, 1970
Wayland Baptist College Moody Science Building, September 25, 1970
St. Philips College Vocational Technology Building Dedication, September 25, 1970
Texas National Farmers Organ, September 25, 1970
Texas UAW [United Auto Workers] State CAP Council, September 26, 1970
San Antonio Youth Rally, September 29, 1970
Galveston County Democrats, October 1, 1970
Judicial Conference Panel Discussion, October 1, 1970
Texas Merchants Association, October 2, 1970
United States Civil Defense Council, October 5, 1970
10th International Congress of Audiology, October 12, 1970
Judson Tech Association, October 13, 1970
Youth Rally, October 14, 1970
Mary Hardin Baylor College, October 15, 1970
Texas Forestry Association, October 16, 1970
Welcome-Texas Association of Children with Learning Disabilities, October 16, 1970
East Texas Chapter Bank Administrators, October 20, 1970
Panhandle Personnel Association, October 20, 1970
1st District Texas PTA Fall Workshop, October 21, 1970
Missionary Baptist General Convention, October 21, 1970
Dedication Schick Hospital, October 22, 1970
Texas Statewide Telephone Cooperatives, October 22, 1970
Democratic Women of Dallas County, October 22, 1970
Wilbarger County Guar Celebration, October 23, 1970
Conference of State and Provincial Health Authorities of N America, October 24, 1970
International Association of Personnel in Employment Security, October 24, 1970
Texas State Foxhunter's Association, October 26, 1970
Midland W Rotary Club and Heart Association, October 27, 1970
Abilene Christian College, October 27, 1970
Spring Branch Education Association, October 29, 1970
County Judges and Commissioners Association, October 30, 1970
Texas Research League, November 6, 1970
Mental Health and Mental Retardation, November 17, 1970
Texas Nursing Home Association, November 19, 1970
Mother's Club of SMU [Southern Methodist University], November 19, 1970
Jim Novy Appreciation Dinner, November 22, 1970
Homebuilders, November 23, 1970
Institute for Urban Studies, November 24, 1970
LBJ Memorial Dedication, Central Texas College, December 10, 1970
1971
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1995/037-15 Guadalupe County Forum, January 15, 1971
Inaugural Speech, 1971, January 19, 1971
Texas State Building and Construction Trades Council, January 20, 1971
Texas Farm Bureau banquet, January 20, 1971
Vince Lombardi Award, January 21, 1971
UPI Luncheon, January 22, 1971
Reagan Football banquet, January 24, 1971
Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, January 25, 1971
Texas Soft Drink Association, January 25, 1971
San Antonio Home Builders, January 26, 1971
Cleburne PTA Council, January 29, 1971
Stephenville Chamber of Commerce, January 29, 1971
Nocona Chamber of Commerce, January 30, 1971
Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital, February 11, 1971
St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce, February 15, 1971
Environmental Education Conference, February 17, 1971
Texas Water Conservation Association, February 26, 1971
American Astronautical Society, February 26, 1971
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1995/037-16 Travis County Ex-Students, March 2, 1971
Big Spring State Hospital, March 3, 1971
Dedication of Central Fire Station, March 7, 1971
Judge Roberts Introduction, March 23, 1971
Women Council Forum, April 15, 1971
Zionist Council Meeting, April 26, 1971
Introduction Congressman Mills, April 30, 1971
Law Day Banquet, April 30, 1971
West Texas County Judges and Commissioners, May 7, 1971
42nd LULAC State Convention, May 15, 1971
Texas Lutheran College, May 23, 1971
Texas Atomic Energy Res, May 25, 1971
Memorial Day Ceremony, May 30, 1971
Memorial Day Service, May 31, 1971
J. J. Pearce High School, June 1, 1971
4-H Seminar, June 2, 1971
Texas Association of Realtors, June 10, 1971
Boys Club Dinner, June 22, 1971
Joint Civic Club Luncheon, June 24, 1971
South Texas County Judges and Commissioners, June 25, 1971
Introduction of V. Sanford at Texas Press Association, June 26, 1971
Texas Press Association, June 26, 1971
Girl Scout Camp Dedication, June 27, 1971
Topping Out Ceremony 2001 Bryan, July 1, 1971
Introduction to Senator Muskie, July 1, 1971
4th July, July 4, 1971
Syrian-Lebanese Club Convention, July 4, 1971
American Business Club, July 10, 1971
Sheep and Goat Raisers meeting, July 20, 1971
Dedication A M Aikin Science Complex, July 6, 1971
Black-Eyed Pea Jamboree, August 6, 1971
Dedication of Schulenburg Exhibition Pavilion, August 8, 1971
46th Biennial Convention, August 9, 1971
Sheriff Roy Brockway BBQ, August 11, 1971
Salesmanship Club, August 12, 1971
Texas AFL-CIO Convention, August 13, 1971
Harris County Council of Organizations [?], August 15, 1971
Texas Air National Guard, August 15, 1971
72nd Annual VFW Convention, August 16, 1971
State Farm Insurance Luncheon, September 2, 1971
Dumas Hospital Dedication, September 6, 1971
Industrial Realtors Conference, September 9, 1971
Midlothian High School, September 9, 1971
Ennis Kiwanis Club, September 9, 1971
Texas Citrus and Vegetable Shippers, September 13, 1971
Rosenburg Lions, September 14, 1971
Houston Pet Control Association, September 14, 1971
Lamar High School, September 14, 1971
Forest Park High School, September 15, 1971
Stephen F. Austin State University, September 16, 1971
Governor's Workshop on Intergovernmental Relations and Regional Planning, September 16, 1971
Juvenile Justice Conference, September 23, 1971
Texas Association of County Officials, September 23, 1971
Texas Nurses Association, September 23, 1971
Texas Association of Hospital Accountants, September 27, 1971
Walter Rankin BBQ, September 27, 1971
Apartment Owners Association, September 28, 1971
Texas A&M University Noon Series, September 29, 1971
Temple District banquet, September 29, 1971
Builders Association of Fort Worth, September 30, 1971
Seminar for Senior Adults, September 30, 1971
Texas Municipal League, October 4, 1971
Transport Club of Houston, October 5, 1971
Spring Branch PTA, October 5, 1971
Austin Area Chapter National Association of Accountants, October 13, 1971
Alpha Phi Founders Day, October 13, 1971
McKinney Business and Professional Women's Club, October 19, 1971
County Commissioners and Judges Association, October 21, 1971
Texas Association of Builders, October 28, 1971
District 10 Texas State Teachers, October 29, 1971
Amarillo Bar Association, November 4, 1971
Claim Mens Association, November 5, 1971
W L Sterrett Dinner, November 8, 1971
Broadcast Executives of Texas, November 9, 1971
Labor-Management Seminar, November 9, 1971
Central Texas Police Officers, November 10, 1971
SDEC, November 11, 1971
Chamber of Commerce Farmers Branch, November 17, 1971
5 Outstanding Young Texans, November 20, 1971
Beta Alpha Psi Fall Initiation, November 21, 1971
South Texas BBQ, November 28, 1971
Democratic Dinner, December 6, 1971
Texas Farmers Union, December 7, 1971
Galveston Area Boy Scouts, December 7, 1971
San Angelo Lions Club, December 9, 1971
1972
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1995/037-16 Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity, January 6, 1972
Boy Scouts banquet, January 7, 1972
Dental Society banquet, January 8, 1972
Prairie View A&M, February 1, 1972
Prairie View A&M, February 2, 1972
National Association of Accountants, February 9, 1972
Boys Club of McAllen, February 10, 1972
Tarrant County Junior College, March 1, 1972
COPE Convention, March 3, 1972
Texas Federation of Womens Colleges, March 6, 1972
Senior Citizens of Texas, March 24, 1972
Key Club, March 25, 1972
Esperanza Boys Home banquet, March 26, 1972
Special Education Parent Council NE Independent School District, March 30, 1972
Police Vice Conference, April 14, 1972
Dedication New Waverly Plant of Georgia Pacific Corp, April 27, 1972
Law Day Banquet SMU [Southern Methodist University], April 29, 1972
Jewish Man of the Year, April 30, 1972
Irvin D. Kaplan Testimony, May 11, 1972
Houston Jaycees, May 13, 1972
39th Quadrennial Session General Conference African Methodist, June 22, 1972
21st Clergy-Laity Congress, July 6, 1972
National Baptist Convention, September 6, 1972
Howard Payne, September 11, 1972

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