Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Governor Rick Perry:

An Inventory of Governor Rick Perry General Counsel Litigation Files at the Texas State Archives, 1973, 1987, 1990-2015



Overview

Creator: Texas. Governor (2000-2015 : Perry)
Title: Governor Rick Perry General Counsel litigation files
Dates: 1973, 1987, 1990-2015
Abstract: The Texas governor's general counsel provides legal advice and handles litigation filed against the governor or the Governor's Office, in conjunction with actions of the Attorney General on the governor's behalf. These records are litigation files maintained by the Texas Governor's Office of the General Counsel for cases completed during Governor Rick Perry's tenure. Types of materials include correspondence, memoranda, court filings (briefs, orders, motions, etc.), proposed and final settlement agreements, press releases, news clippings, attorney notes, affidavits, deposition transcripts, research materials, exhibits, reports, printed material, maps, analyses, floppy disks, computer discs and electronic records, dating 1973, 1987, 1990-2015. Subjects of the litigation files include wrongful termination, Medicaid and restrictions on funding for abortion, prisons and prison reform, gaming on Indian reservations in Texas, racial discrimination in drug arrests, defamation, and insurance premium prices.
Quantity: 34.5 cubic ft. and 4.58 MB (5 files)
Language: These materials are written predominately in English with scattered Spanish throughout.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Agency History

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

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

In 2014 there were 277.4 full-time equivalent employees in the Office of the Governor. Nineteen divisions outside of the Executive Office assist the governor in carrying out his functions: Scheduling and Advance; Office of the First Lady; Administration; Appointments; Legislative; Communications; Budget, Planning, and Policy; General Counsel; Internal Audit; Constituent Communication; Criminal Justice; Economic Development and Tourist Development; Governor's Commission for Women; Office of Financial Accountability; Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities; Texas Film Commission; Texas Music Office; Texas Workforce Investment Council; and Office of State-Federal Relations.

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

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

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 11th edition (2001); Office of the Governor, accessed on February 26, 2016; the contents of the records; and the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term, accessed via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine on November 10, 2015.)


Rick Perry Biographical Sketch

Rick Perry served as governor of Texas from December 20, 2000 to January 20, 2015.

James Richard "Rick" Perry was the 47th governor of Texas. He was born on March 4, 1950 in Haskell, Texas to Joseph Ray Perry and Amelia June (Holt) Perry. In 1972, he received a bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University in animal science. Perry then served as a pilot with the United States Air Force from 1972 to 1977 and was discharged in 1977 with the rank of captain. Perry was elected to the Texas House of Representatives (District 64) as a Democrat in 1984 and served until 1991. He was named one of the 10 most effective lawmakers by the Dallas Morning News in 1989. In the same year, Perry changed his party allegiance, becoming a Republican. Perry left the House of Representatives to serve two terms as Commissioner of Agriculture, from 1991 to 1999. He was a member of the U.S. Trade Representative's Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee on International Trade; the executive committee, Southern U.S. Trade Association; and president of the Southern Association of Trade Departments of Agriculture (from 1992 to 1993). He was elected lieutenant governor in 1998, taking office in January of 1999. Perry became governor to complete the term of Governor George W. Bush who left the office in December 2000 to become president of the United States. Perry was first elected governor of Texas on November 5, 2002 and then reelected on November 7, 2006 and November 2, 2010.

As governor, Perry focused primarily on issues of economy, education, and security, especially along the Texas-Mexico border. He espoused fiscal conservatism, opposing a state income tax and focusing on job growth and business incentives throughout his governorship. As the longest serving Texas governor, Perry capitalized on the main power assigned to him by the Texas Constitution, appointing the majority of sitting members of every state board or commission. In the field of health care, Perry signed several bills governing abortion procedures and funding. Perry issued an executive order mandating that all Texas girls receive the HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine on February 2, 2007. The order was overturned by the state legislature the following August.

On August 13, 2011, Perry announced he would be running for president in 2012. However, after a controversial campaign and a low showing in the Iowa caucuses, Perry dropped out of the presidential race on January 19, 2012. Perry later ran for president again, announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on June 4, 2015. He officially suspended his campaign on September 11, 2015.

On August 15, 2014, Perry was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges for abuse of power. The indictment specifically included two charges: abuse of official capacity (a first-degree felony) and coercion of a public servant (a third-degree felony). Perry was accused of coercing Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg (who had been convicted of drunk driving) to resign by threatening to veto funding for the Public Integrity Unit, a group of state public corruption prosecutors. Perry was officially cleared of all charges in February 2016.

Perry married Anita Thigpen in 1982. They have two children, Griffin and Sydney.

(Sources include: Texas State Directory, 2014; the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term at http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on December 22, 2014; the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term at https://wayback.archive-it.org/414/*/http:/www.governor.state.tx.us/homeland, dated November 17, 2014; Jeff Zeleny and Michael D. Shear, "Perry to End Bid for Presidency," New York Times, January 19, 2012, accessed on January 19, 2012; Theodore Schleifer, "Rick Perry drops out of 2016 presidential race - CNNPolitics.com," CNN, September 11, 2015, accessed on September 13, 2015; Benjy Sarlin, "Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power by grand jury," MSNBC, August 12, 2014, accessed on August 17, 2014; and Eugene Scott, "Court dismisses one criminal charge against Perry," CNN, July 24, 2015, accessed on July 26, 2015; and Carrie Dann, "Texas Court Dismisses Second Felony Charge Against Rick Perry", February 24, 2016, accessed on April 8, 2016.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas governor's general counsel provides legal advice and handles litigation filed against the governor or the Governor's Office, in conjunction with actions of the Attorney General on the governor's behalf. These records are litigation files maintained by the Texas Governor's Office of the General Counsel for cases completed during Governor Rick Perry's tenure. Cases also include those from Governor Bush's term as governor as well. Types of materials include correspondence, memoranda, court filings (briefs, orders, motions, etc.), proposed and final settlement agreements, press releases, news clippings, attorney notes, affidavits, deposition transcripts, research materials, exhibits, reports, maps, analyses, floppy disks, computer discs and electronic records, dating 1973, 1987, 1990-2015. Subjects of the litigation files include wrongful termination, Medicaid and restrictions on funding for abortion, prisons and prison reform, gaming on Indian reservations in Texas, racial discrimination in drug arrests, defamation, insurance premium prices, and the Machete film. There are select records from state agencies, boards and commissions represented in the litigation files along with the Governor's Office including Texas Secretary of State, Texas Public Utility Commission, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Texas Funeral Services Commission, Texas State Board of Education, Texas Ethics Commission, Texas Workers Compensation Commission, Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas Department of Agriculture, Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, Texas Film Commission, and the Texas Lottery Commission. Located at the end of the inventory and separate from the individual case files are Attorney General's settlement and litigation files. These memos detail settlement offers and were prepared for the governor's review and approval.

The original electronic files are PDF files. Electronic records described in the finding aid that are part of the Texas Digital Archive are indicated as such in the inventory. Restrictions on access to the content of records are applicable to physical and electronic records.

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


Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged roughly alphabetically in several groups as received from the Governor's Office.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

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

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to: common law privacy (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); attorney-client privilege (Texas Government Code, Section 552.107); agency memoranda (Texas Government Code, Section 552.111); audit working papers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.116); certain legislative documents (Texas Government Code, Section 552.106); home address, home phone number, social security number, and personal family information of a government employee (Texas Government Code, Section 552.117); home address, home phone number, social security number, and personal family information of a peace officer (Texas Government Code, Section 552.1175); drivers license numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.130); account numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136); email addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137); social security numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.147); names of juvenile offenders (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005 and/or Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); names of victims of sexual assaults (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); criminal histories prepared by the Texas Department of Public Safety, information about inmates incarcerated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice received from the Board of Pardons and Paroles, and information created by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101 (information confidential by law, Texas Government Code, Section 508.313)); grand jury records (Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 20.02); and juror information (Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 35.29), 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 (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552).

The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (director.librarian@tsl.texas.gov), or see our web page (https://www.tsl.texas.gov/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. 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.

Types of restricted information as listed above apply to paper and electronic records. Some electronic records will not be available through our portal due to such restrictions. Please see Archives staff for further information.

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

Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.

Researchers wishing to access floppy disks or computer discs must contact State Archives staff to obtain the necessary equipment.


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. Office of the Governor.Office of the General Counsel.
Texas. Criminal Justice Division.
Subjects (Persons):
Bush, George W. (George Walker), 1946-
Perry, Rick, 1950-
Subjects:
Government litigation--Texas.
Governors--Texas.
Lawyers--Texas--Fees.
Medicaid--Texas.
Libel and slander--Texas.
Prison reformers--Texas.
Prisons--Law and legislation--Texas.
Gambling--Indian reservations--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Politics and government--1951-
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Judicial records--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Press releases--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Reports--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Maps--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Floppy disks--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Digital file formats--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Memorandums--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Clippings (information artifacts)--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Legal documents--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Briefs (legal documents)--Texas--Government litigation--1987, 1990-2015.
Functions:
Litigating.
Advising governors.

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 Governor Mark White records, 1947, 1962-1987, undated, bulk 1983-1986, 424.75 cubic ft. (see the series General Counsel files, 1947, 1962-1986, 4.3 cubic ft.)
Texas Governor George W. Bush General Counsel litigation files, 1859, 1880s, 1896, 1905, 1924, 1940s, 1955, 1968-2000, bulk 1995-2000, 20.7 cubic ft., 2 videotapes, 6 audiocassette tapes, 153 maps
Texas Governor Rick Perry General Counsel Public Information Request files, 1998-2015, bulk 2001-2014, 291 cubic ft. and 91.6 GB (159,122 files)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Texas Governor Rick Perry General Counsel litigation files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 2015/067, 2015/117, 2016/170

Paper records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the Governor on December 19, 2014 through March 2015 and on June 9, 2016. Electronic records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the Governor on January 29, 2015.

Processing Information

Processed by Halley Grogan, February 2016


Other Finding Aids

Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.


Detailed Description of the Records

Governor Rick Perry General Counsel litigation files, 1973, 1987, 1990-2015,
34.5 cubic ft. and 4.58 MB (5 files)

Box
2015/067-2940 Agency lawsuit notifications, 2002
Agency lawsuit notifications, 2001
Alexander, Alan W. et al. v. The State of Texas, dba, DPS (Department of Public Safety), 2002
American Civil Liberties Union of Texas and The Texas Conference of NAACP branches v. Panhandle Narcotics Task Force, South Central Texas Narcotics and Governor of Texas, 2001
Andersen, Arthur, 2002
Arc of Texas lawsuit, 2002
Asociacion de Trabajadorese Fronterizos v. TWC Diane Rath, et al., 2002
Austin Film Commission dispute, 2001-2002
Bauer, Ruth v. State of Texas et al., Probate Court No. 3, 2001-2002
Blair, Rhonda v. Public Utility Commission, 2002
Boerne Independent School District, 2002
Bost, Eric M. Commissioner of Human Services et al. v. Low Income Women of Texas, et al., 2001
[2 wallets]
Broderick, Elizabeth et al. v. Janet Reno et al., 2000
Cadle, Daniel D. v. State of Texas et al., 2002
Carter, Jeanie v. Texas Department of Agriculture, 2001
Children of the World v. George W. Bush et al., 2000
Cooks, Vincent v. G. Johnson, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 2000
Crawford, R.C., III and Construction Limited v. Texas Department of Transportation et al., 1997, 2001
Criminal case, 2000-2001
[Pardon for innocence for Anthony Todd Robinson.]
Crittenden, Cherilyn v. Burr L. Crittenden et al., 2002
Cullifer, Alva Grisson v. State of Texas, 2001-2002
Davis, Beverly Miller v. Lyman Stanley Davis, 2000-2001
Box
2015/067-2937 Do-Nguyen, Mariette v. Bill Clinton et al., 2000
Dorsey, John E. v. Texas Department of Corrections, 2002
Hartford Ins. Co. et al. v. Texas Workers Compensation Comm. et al, 2002
Hopwood v. State of Texas, 2001
Hospitality House Inc. et al. v. Don A. Gilbert, TDHHS et al., 2001
IRS Settlement, Henry Klaiman, 1998-2001
Kaminetzky, Dov Avni et al. v. Frost National Bank of San Antonio, 2000
Lawsuit against Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation (MHMR), 2002
Lewis, Judith v. Governor Rick Perry et al., 2001
Lloyd, C.H. and Cassondra v. Governor Rick Perry et al., 2002
Low Income Women of Texas v. Department of Human Services, Bost, Raiford et al., 1997, 2000
Malekzadeth, Darren v. Texas Tech University et al., 1998-2000, 2002
Mabee Health Care Center v. Texas Department of Human Services, 2001-2002
May, Eliza v. Texas Funeral Service Commission
Affidavits 1998-2001
[wallet]
Applications to embalm and reports, W-2, 1998
[wallet]
Attorney notes, 1998-2000
[wallet]
Subpoenas, 1998-1999
[wallet]
November-December 2000
[wallet]
September-October 2000
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-2939 August 2000
[wallet]
July 2000
[wallet]
June 2000
[wallet]
April-May 2000
[wallet]
September 1999
[wallet]
August 1999
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-2938 February-July 1999
[wallet]
1994-1998
[wallet]
Mental retardation, Bottoson v. Florida,2002
Munoz, Rodolfo Rivera v. State of Texas et al.,2002
Notices, 2000-2001
O'Dell, Daniel T. v. Gates, Tice, Traugot, 2000-2001
Patient Advocates of Texas et al. v. Texas Workers Compensation Comm., 1999-2002
[1 wallet, 1 folder]
Pecos Higher Education Authority, 2000
Private Providers Association of Texas v. Health and Human Services Commission et al., 2002
Public Citizen, Inc. et al. v. Elton Bomer, Secretary of State, 2000
Public Utility Commission suits, April - May 2002
Romero, Josue J. et al. v. Gabe Quintanilla et al., March 2002
Ruiz v. Johnson, June 2002
Schmidt, Robert W. v. Texas Ethics Commission, November 2002
Securities and Exchange Commission v. Benjamin Franklin Cook, November 2000
Sharifian, Catherine v. Texas Public Utility Commission, September 2002
Sikes, Robert D. v. Juan F. Gayton, November 2000
Southwestern Capitol Markets, Inc. v. State Board of Education, September 2001
State of California v. Governor Rick Perry, 1999-2001
Box
2015/067-2936 State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Co. et al., 2002
State of Texas v. Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo et al., 1998-2001
Sweeny, Denne A. v. Jim Muse, General Services Com., 2002
Task Force suit, 2002
Texas/Chihuahua child support cooperation arrangement, 1997, 2001
Texas Seed Coalition v. Office of the Governor, 2001
Texas Senate and Rodney Ellis, 2000
Texas Workforce Commission v. U.S. Department of Labor, 2001
United States of America v. 14.36 acres of land in McMullen County, 2001
US Bankruptcy Court, Texas Transportation Commission, 1997
US District Court, East District of Texas, Dallas v. Commercial Lien Filings, Against Public Officials, Robert M. Prichard, 1999-2001
Volk, Timothy J. v. Jose G. Gonzalez, Warden et al., 2000
Waites, Adrienne v. Prairie View A&M University et al., 2001
Whitfield, Ronald v. Governor Perry, Board of Pardons and Paroles, 1990-1992, 1999-2001
Wilson, Frank H. v. Jerry Rust et al., 2000
Wordlaw, Ronald D. v. Vincent Tolino et al., 2001
Young, Lucille et al. v. Mel Martinez et al., 2002-2003
Bennett, Derrick v. George W. Bush,1995-1996
Boswell, James D. v. George W. Bush et al.,2000-2001
Bricker, Ronald Lee v. George W. Bush, John Cornyn et al.,2000
Brown, Russel R. v. George W. Bush,2000
Bush Library records dispute,2001-2003
Flores, Raquel et al. v. George W. Bush et al.,1999-2000
Box
2015/067-2941 Petitions to Governor Bush, Krasniqi children,1995
[wallet]
McLain, Frank and Harley v. George W. Bush et al.,2001
O'Dell, Daniel T. v. George W. Bush and John Cornyn,2000
Robinson, James et al. v. George W. Bush et al.,2000-2001
Ruiz litigation:
Termination of settlement,1994-1996
Ruiz,1991-1992
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-2942 Ruiz,1996-1997
[wallet]
Settlements,1992
[wallet]
Privitization prisons,1987, 1990-1994, 1996-1997
[wallet]
Correspondence
Briefing paper
Proposed settlement
Attorney's fees
Box
2015/067-2944 Subject matter,1995, 1998
[wallet]
Prison Litigation Reform Act, general information,1996
[wallet]
Litigation and settlement (assorted),1994-1997
[2 wallets, 1 folder]
Pleadings and orders,1991-1995
Attorney fees and bids,1996-1997
Box
2015/067-2943 August, September and October pleadings,1996
[wallet]
Armbrister v. Morales,1996-1997
[wallet]
Tigua litigation:
Litigation files, Tigua correspondence,1996-1999
[wallet]
Tigua, Indian Affairs drawer,1996-1999
Tigua files,1996-1999
[loose]
Litigation files, Tigua memos, evidence, legal research, history, clips, miscellaneous,1996-1999
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-2933 Abortion,2002
Agency lawsuit notifications,2003
Agency lawsuit notifications, 2004
Agency lawsuit notifications, 2005
Bankruptcy, 2004
Bankruptcy filings, 2004
Benavides, John et al. v. Texas Commission on Human Rights, 2002-2003
Bender, Lee v. State of Texas, 2003
Bourdreau, Daniel v. Texas Workers' Compensation Com., 2002
Bryant, John v. Shelby County, 2004
Burnam, Lon v. Thomas A. Davis Jr. et al., depositions, 2003
[wallet, folder, one 3.5-inch floppy disk]
Carpenter, David Lynn v. Cockrell, D. Dretke, TDCJ, 2003-2004
Cavaliere, Jr., Jose A. v. Laterri McAdams, State of Texas, 2003
Chao, Elaine v. TDCJ, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 2002-2003
[wallet, folder, binder]
City of Laredo v. Texas Transportation Commission, 2002-2003
[wallet]
Davenport, V.W. et al. v. Governor Rick Perry et al., 2003-2005
District Couirt for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, 2002
Enron bankruptcy, 2002
Enron FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) case, 2002
Box
2015/067-2934 Farmers settlement offer from state, 2002-2003
Farmers, documents subpoenaed, 2002-2003
Hall, Charles et al. v. Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, 2000, 2003
Harper, Hubert L. et al. v. Rick Perry and John C. Doerfler , 2005
Heizer, Darren M. v. State of Texas et al., 2003-2004
Hibba, Jeffrey T. v. Rick Perry et al., 2002-2003
Home and Hearth Lakepointe, debtor, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, 2004
Hoyos, Isabel De v. Department of Homeland Security,2006
Johnson, Alfred Edward v. Rick Perry et al.,2004
Keck, Kevin E. v. Gov. Rick Perry et al.,2003
Labor law violations against the State of Texas,2004
Loose, James W. (Consol) v. State of Texas et al.,2003-2004
[2 folders]
Modular Power Systems Facility Limited Partnership and John Crutchfield v. State of Texas, Ann Richards,2002-2003
Northrup, Michael v. Southwestern Bell,2003
Polonczyk, Kim v. City of Fort Worth, State of Texas et al.,2003
Preservation Board matter, Crawford, "Rick" R.L. v. Rick Perry et al.,2003
Raymond, Richard v. State of Texas and Hon. Joe Crabb,2003
Reese, Lamont v. Janie Cockrell, Director, TDCJ Institutional Division,2003
Rios, Daphne v. Angela Foster et al.,2003
Salazar, Robert Madrid v. Janie Cockrell, TDCJ,2003
Scheidt, Robert Douglas v. State of Texas,2002-2003
Solis, Victoria and Jack Musia v. Tex. Tran, Ltd., Texas Holdings, David Tully, et al.,2004
State of Texas v. Exxon Mobil (Hawkins Field),2003
Strayhorn, Carole Keeton, Kimble D. Ross, David Mayes Middleton II and Barbara Ruud v. Roger Williams, Texas Secretary of State,2006
Tamayom Jr., Carlos v. Rick Perry et al.,2003-2005
Ten Commandments file, combined files of Corona, Andres L. v. Gov Perry and Van Orden v. Gov Perry, 2002, 2005
[wallet]
Thornberry Oil Field Services, Inc. v. Gulf Coast Pipeline Partners et al., 2004-2005
Box
2015/067-2932 Tijernia, Amaro v. Tx Alcoholic Beverage Comm. et al., 2003
Tobacco litigation, 2000-2002, 2006
Texas Commission of Education - Neeley, Comtroller - Strayhorn and Texas State Board of Education v. West Orange-Cove, Coppell, La Porte, Port Neches-Groves, Dallas, Austin and Houston Independent School, 2005
Tyler, David W. v. Texas Dept. of Public Safety et al., 2005
United States v. State of Texas, desegregation order, 1973
U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, appeal, 2003, 2007
Uribe, Nelly R. v. Metropolitan Transit Authority, 2007
White, Tonya et al. v. Coleman, Thomas et al., 2003
Wiswell, Robert v. William Marsh Rice University et al., 2003-2004
Young, Lucille et al. v. Mel Martinez et al., 2001-2002
[wallet]
Yu, Li v. Governor Rick Perry, 2003
Box
2015/067-3011 Hearst Newspapers, LLC d/b/a The Houston Chronicle v. Rick Perry, 2009-2012
Malone, Kenneth v. Texas Dept of Criminal Justice et al, 2006-2007
[wallet]
Adams, Kenneth et al. v. Gov. R. Perry et al., 2005
Adams, Lawrence Lee, 2005
Adapt of Texas et al. v. Speaker of the House et al., 1998, 2004-2005
Alberto N. et al. v. Hawkins et al., 2005
Alvarado, C., Briggs, C and Wood, T. v. Texas Health and Human Services Comm. et al., 2005
Arlington v. Abbott, 2005
Barry, Kenneth E., Special Legal Admin. Evidentiary Inst., 2005
Bauman, David v. Governor Rick Perry, 2004-2006
Beasley, George Jr. v. Teacher Retirement System of Texas and Tony Galaviz, 2005-2006, 2011
Becker, Jackie D., Patient #641954, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, 2005-2006, 2011
Bitara, Marionito v. State of Texas, 2004-2005
Box
2015/067-3012 Boudreaux, Joseph C. v. Texas Workforce Commission, 2005
Braggs, William v. Midland Mortgage Co., 2007
Brown and Jones v. State of Texas; 301st Judicial Dist., 2005-2006
Butler, Shirley Ann and Family v. State of Texas, 2006
Calhoun County ISD v. HR&R Risk Management Group LLC et al., 2003-2007
Calpine Corporation et al., 2007
Camarillo, Teresa, regarding Crystal Ramirez, 2008
Cameron County v. Secretary of State, 2007, 2010
Carson, Kenneth Charles, 2006
Castillo, Stephen Luis and Adela Castillo v. Limestone County, Texas et al., 2006-2008
Castillo, Stephen Luis v. Limestone County, Texas, 2007
CE Design, Ltd. et al. v. Matrix LS, class action,2013
Chang, Jeffrey v. University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston & Huff,2006
Christian, Carol,2006
Chadda, Solange v. Governor Rick Perry,2004
Cabela's Inc. v. Gov. Perry, A.G. Abbott, Compt. Strayhorn,2004-2005
Citizens Organizing for Resources and Environment et al. v. Gov. Rick Perry,2005, 2007, 2010
Cloud, Linda v. McKinney et al.:
Correspondence, 2003-2004
Discovery, 2002-2003
Pleadings vol. VI, 2003-2004
[wallet]
Pleadings vol. V, 2003
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-3013 Pleadings vol. IV, 2003
[wallet]
Pleadings vol. III, 2003
[wallet]
Pleadings vol. II, 2002
Cloud, Linda v. M. McKinney, R. Sullivan, G. Acuna, 2002
PIR's to the Attorney General, 2002
Legal research, 2002
Lottery winners, 2002
District Court schedule, 2002-2002
Response for Production Discovery Documents, 2002-2003
Newspaper articles index, 2002-2003
Newspaper articles not pertaining to lawsuit, 2002-2003
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-3014 Nos. 72 & 73, defendant's response to plaintiff/audio, 2002-2003
[wallet, audiocasette tape]
Outside counsel contract - George, 2003
Outside counsel contract, 2003
Outside counsel contract - Cash Allen, 2002-2003
Memos, emails, 2002
Billing information, 2003
Outside counsel contract - Lochridge, 2003
Corona, Andres L. v. Gov. Rick Perry, Bill Ratliff, et al., 2003
[Ten Commandments Files combined files of: Corona, Andres L. v. Gov. Perry; Van Orden v. Gov. Perry]
Crawford, Hattie J. Morgan v. State of Texas, 2007
Culpepper, Dwayne A. v. Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, 2006-2007
Comacho, Grover, Texas Welfare Reform Organization, El Paso County Hospital District dba R.E. Thomason General Hospital v. Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Texas Department of Human Services, 2005
Croft, David and Shannon v. Rick Perry Governor and Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, 2006
Croft, David and Shannon (Texas Pledge) v. Rick Perry, 2007-2010
Deem, Steven v. State of Texas, Governor Rick Perry, 2006-2007
Diaz, Felipa, 2005
Diaz, Jose, Catherine Negrete v. Rick Perry, Governor, 2006
Doe, John and Jane v. Rick Perry, 2007
Dominguez, Raul, Naser Alzer, and American GI Forum of Texas v. State of Texas, 2007-2008
Douglas, D.A., sui juris v. Judge K.P. Wise, Greg Abbott, A.G. Judge J. Campbell, et al., 2005
E. Tex Elec Coop., Inc. v. Entergy Ark., Inc., Arkansas Elec Coop. Corp. v. Entergy Ark., Inc.2005
Estate of Edwards, Charles, 2009
Entergy Corp., & PSEG Nuclear LLC v. Riverkeeper, Inc. et al., 2008
Environmental Defense, Inc. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and State Office of Administrative Hearings, 2006-2007
[3 folders]
Farmer, Charles v. Court Reporters Certification Board, 2003-2005
Farmers Group et al. v. Jan Lubin et al., 2006
Box
2015/067-3015 Farmers v. Texas Department of Insurance et al., volume 1, 2003
[wallet]
Farmers v. Texas Department of Insurance et al., volume 2, 2003
[wallet]
Fleming, John Scott v. State of Texas, 2007
State of Texas v. Richard John Florance, Jr., 2010
Robert James Fox v. City of Jacksonville, 2010-2011
Frew, Linda et al. v. Albert Hawkins et al., 2005-2008
Frew et al. v. Hawkins et al., U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas, Paris Division,2005
[binder]
Box
2015/067-3016 Linda Frew et al. v. Don Gilbert et al., 2000
[binder]
Frew et al. v. Hawkins et al., U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas, Paris Division,1995, 2005-2007
[binder]
Gabriel Perales Jr. v. Office of Governmental Appointments, 2006
Garcia, Deleon, and Castillo v. State of Texas, 2005
Freedom From Religion Foundation, Kay Staley, et al. v. Perry, 2011
Gilbert, Jerry M. and Delores Jo Gilbert v. Governor Rick Perry, 2007
Gongora, Nelson v. Nathaniel Quarterman, Director, Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice, 2006-2007
Gordon, David Michael v. Rick Perry, 2007-2008
Gradney, Elen Nicolet v. The State of Texas, 2006
Gray, John v. Gov. Rick Perry et al., 2006-2005
Gross, Samual R. v. State of Texas, 2007-2008, 2011
Hadlock, Charles Bret, Texas Department Homeland Security, 2007
Halay, Renee Louise v. State of Texas, 2006
Hankins, David L. v. Texas et al., 2000-2008
[1 folder, 1 wallet]
Hernandez, A.L. v. Rick Perry et al., 2004
Hardimon, Dion v. Greg Abbott, Rick Perry and Brad Livingston, 2006
Box
2015/067-3017 Hastey, Michael Lee v. George W. Bush, 2002-2004
Hockley County v. Guadalupe Cruz Orosco, 2007
State of Texas v. Holmes, Phillip Mark, 2008
Hooleman, Ronald J. v. Governor Rick Perry, 2008
Hubbard, Alexander, 2003
Immigration Reform Coalition of Texas v. Comptroller, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 2010
Indian Affairs, 2006
[See separate finding aid Texas Governor Rick Perry plans and planning records and other records for further Indian Affairs records.]
Jasper, Anthony S. & Charise M. Paschall v. Rick Perry, Governor, 2006
Johnston, Thomas, Caplin & Drysdale Chartered v. Babcock & Wilson Company, 2008
Jornaleros de las Palmas v. City of League City, Texas, 2011
[4 compact discs]
Joshua Robert Brim v. Jennifer Kay Brim, 2010
Kendall County, State of Disaster Extension, 2007
Krier, Gary D., 2007
L&B Transport, 2007
League of United Latin American Citizens, 2001, 2005-2007
Lee, Robert Edward v. United States Congress, et al., 2006
Lewis, Charles Turner v. Texas Health & Human Services Commission, 2007
Littrell, Raymond et al. v. United States of America, 2005-2007
Lott, Celestina and Lott/Alexander, Mia, 2009
Lovern, Prescott, R&L Associates, 2009
Lulac of Texas v. The State of Texas, 2009
[wallet, binder]
Box
2015/067-3018 Malone, Kenneth v. Texas Dept of Criminal Justice et al., 2002-2003, 2007
[wallet]
McBride, Vernon, Leslie and her minor son Matthew Preston, 2008
McCormick, Sandra et al. v. Georgia Dempster et al., 2004
Martin, Danny Earl, 2005
May, Eliza v. Texas Funeral Services, 2001
McDaniel, Patricia v. Southwest Texas State Univ., 1996, 2003
Medellin v. Dretke, Mexicans on Death Row, 2005
Mckee, John, notice liability claim, 2007
Dr. John McKeever, Texas Alliance for Patient Access, 2008
Mellen, M. v. Pres. G.W. Bush, State of Tex., et al., vol. 3, 2005
Mellen, M. v. Pres. G.W. Bush, State of Tex., et al., vol. 2, 2004
Mellen, M. v. Pres. G.W. Bush, State of Tex., et al., 2004
Metrocare EMS LP v. State of Texas et al., 2006
Mycal, Antoine Poole, UCC Financing Statement, affidavit of Rick Perry, 2006
Box
2015/067-3019 Mitchell, Paul Andrew, fraud and related criminal conduct by Texas Attorney General's Office and attorneys for defending University of Texas, 2004-2005
Metrocare EMS LP v. State of Texas, 2006-2009
Miles, Hiram v. Rick Perry, David Dewhurst, et al., 2005-2006
Moreno, Antonio and Maria, Texas Tort Claims Act Notice, 2005
Morgan, Gary Lynn v. State of Texas, 2008
Morgan, Sheena v. State of Texas, 2005-2006
Morimoto, Edward T. v. University of N. Texas System, 2005-2006
Murray, Ashley v. State of Texas, 2006
Nebel, Bobby Earl v. Brad Livingston et al., 2005
NetWatch Solutions litigation, 2010-2011
Next friends of their respective minor daughter, 2007
Nieto, Liz v. Dept of Public Safety, Alfredo Silva, 2005
Norris, Randolph v. Evangelina Montoya, State of Texas, 2007
Nubine, Clyde et al. v. Bryan C. Gordy, 2006-2007
Orosco, Linda J., affidavits of truth, 2006-2010
Parks, Timmie v. Rick Perry, 2007-2008
Penny, David W. v. Officer Wolsey, Texas State Troopers et al., 2006-2007
People for Efficient Transportation v. Governor Rick Perry, 2008-2009
Jose Perez v. University of North Texas, 2005-2006
Perez, Olegario, 2007
Petrone, John v. State of Texas et al., 2005
Planned Parenthood of Houston et al. v. Eduardo J. Sanchez, Texas Commission of Health, 2005
Poole, Mycal Antoine v. The State of Texas et al., 2005
Quest Communications International Securities, 2006
People for Efficient Transportation v. Governor Rick Perry et al., 2005, 2007
Ramirez, Guadalupe etc. v. City of El Paso and the State of Texas, 2007
Rasul, Shafiq et al. v. George W. Bush, Pres. et al, 2004
Ray, Willie et al. v. State of Texas et al., 2006
Rimmelin, Paul Michael, Texas Department of Homeland Security, 2007
Rios, Maria Delia v. Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 2005
Robertson, Billy John v. The State of Texas et al.; United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, 2006
Robertson County: Our Land, Our Lives v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, State of Texas, 2007-2008
Robinson, Dayrin Lemond v. Dallas County, Texas, 2008
Rohr, Elizabeth-Anne v. State of Texas et al., 2005
[Name of relative of juvenile offender] v. Texas Youth Commission, Brownsville, 2008
[Restricted information, Texas Family Code, Section 58.005.]
Rolland, Roy L. v. Homecomings Financial Net, 2006
Ross, Charles v. State of Texas, 2004-2007
Box
2015/067-3020 Sanders, Aida R. Corona Villalobos v. Gold Economy Branch, Silver Economy Branch, Department of Education, Department of War and National Defense for Religious Societies, 2005
Scheidler et al. v. National Organization for Women, Inc., 2005
Schulz, Robert L., 2007
Scott, Marilyn v. Adult Protective Services of Texas, 2006
Service Lloyd Insurance Company v. Texas Workers' Compensation Commission, 2005
Session, Walter et al. v. Gov. Perry et al., 2003, 2005
Box
2015/067-3023 Sheen, William v. State of Texas, 2006-2007
Siesta Village Market v. Rick Perry, Gov of Texas, 2006, 2008
Sievers, Robert Andrew, Texas Tort Claims Act Notice, 2004
Significant Suits Report, 2005, 2007
[wallet]
Sims, Bill Ross v. United States Court of Appeals, 2007
Slade, Priscilla D., Dr. v. Texas Southern University Board of Regents and William E. King, individually, 2006
Slessinger, Jennifer v. Court Reporters Certification Board and Michele Henricks, Director, 2005
Smith, Allen, Mendenhall, et al. v. The Thomson Corp. et al., 2004
Smith, Rhett R. v. Rick Perry, 2006
Social Security Administration, Office of Hearings and Appeals, Shreveport, Louisiana Status List by Congress person, 2006
Box
2015/067-3024 Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc., Strybos, Ron v. Gov. Rick Perry, 2003, 2007
[folder, binder]
Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans v. Thomas R. Phillips et al., volumes 1 - 3, 2002-2006
[3 folders]
Sovereign Cherokee Nation Tejas v. State of Texas, 2004-2005
Spector, Douglas et al. v. Norwegian Cruise Line Ltd., 2004
State of New York v. Salton, Inc., 2004
State of Texas v. Barbara Oakley, estate of Richard Danzinger, 2005
State of Texas v. Connor, Mark Douglas, 2006
State of Texas v. Danny O'Dell, 2006
State of Texas and Texas Commission of Insurance v. Farmers Group, Inc. et al., 2003
[wallet, binder]
Box
2015/067-3025 State of Texas v. Kaiser Bernard III Ford, 2005
State of Texas v. Rhine, Michael Joseph, 2007-2009
State of Texas v. Thomas Coleman, 2005
State of Texas v. United States of America et al., 2007-2008
State of Texas v. U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 2004-2005
State of Texas et al. v. Utopia Silver, Inc. and alleged defendants, 2006
Stewart, John A. v. Wilkiam W. Sheen, Steven Strong, State of Texas, US of America, etc., 2007
Stokes, George and Johnny Ray, 2007-2008
Sturgeon, Russel T. and Kerry L. and Maria L. Webb, notice to the City of El Paso and State of Texas, 2006
Sumrall, David v. Ken Nicolas, Executive Director, Criminal Justice Division, 2007
Tarrant Regional Water District v. Herrmann, Rudolf John etc., 2007
Tarver, Michael, 2007
Taylor Charles Ray v. State of Texas, 2007
Ten Commandments Files, see also Corona, Andres L.
[empty folder]
Texas A&M University Bonfire, 2001
[2 wallets]
Texas A&M University Bonfire, 2002
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-3026 Texas A&M University Bonfire, 2002
[4 wallets]
Texas A&M University Bonfire, 2003
[wallet]
Texas A&M University Bonfire, 2004
[wallet]
Terrell, Francis v. University of North Texas, 2008
Texas Building Branch - AGC (Associated General Contractors), 2002, 2005, 2007
Box
2015/067-3027 Texas Cable and Telecommunications v. Rick Perry et al., 2005
Texas Department of Agriculture v. Walls, Jerry L., 2008
Texas Democratic Party et al v. Tina J. Benkiser, 2006
Texas Dept of State Health Services, antipsychotic drug Risperdal, Dr. Steven Shon, MD, 2006
Texas Health and Human Services Commission (Albert Hawkins) v. International Business Machines (IBM), 2005
Texas State Teachers Association v. Texas Board of Education, 2006
[Name of relative of juvenile offender] v. Texas Youth Commission, 2008
[Restricted information, Texas Family Code, Section 58.005.]
Traveler Casualty and Surety Company of America, 2007
Trevino, Annabell, in the interest of a child, 2007
Tropoloc, George v. Rick Perry, 2007
TWC Employee Civil Rights, 2011
United States of America v. Ramiro Tamez et al., 2007
United States of America v. R.D. Davis, Bureau of Prisons and Texas Secretary of State, 2004-2005
Unity Semiconductor Corp. v. Jeffry Kelber, University of North Texas, 2006
Van Orden v. Rick Perry, see also Corona, Andres L.,
[empty folder]
Velentzas, V. v. Dept. of Homeland Security, 2003-2004
Villanueva, Enrique D. et al. v. U.S. Dept of Labor et al., 2004
Villanueva, Islayali v. State of Texas, 2006
Villareal, Amy Michelle, 2007-2008
VMW Industries, Inc., 2007-2008
Walker, Demario, 2008
Washburn, Janet v. State of Texas, 2007
Washington, Emmett and Orslynne, 2007
Watson, Moses v. Josey Seeber et al., 2006
Webster, Ruthie and Lacresia, 2007-2008
Wightman-Cervantes, R.R. Bobby, State of Texas, Hill and Nancarrow, 2004, 2008
Williams, Thomas v. Texas Department of Public Safety, 2004, 2006-2008
[1 folder, 2 wallets]
Windham, Joseph O. and Melani D. v. Krier Construction Company, Inc. and Gary D. Krier, individually, 2006-2007
Wine Country Gift Baskets v. Allen Steen, Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, 2006
Wolfe, Mary v. Texas Health and Human Services Commission, 2005-2006
Young, Charles v. Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 2006
Yates, Andrea Pia v. State of Texas, 2005
Box
2015/067-3028 Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints (YFZ)
[wallet]
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, 2008
Jessop, Faith Ann et al., 2008
Steed, Sara et al., 2008
Zumwalt, Henry L. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, 2007
General litigation, Sethi, 2002-2006
[2 wallets]
Calxeda, Inc. v. Abbott et al., 2011
[2 folders]
[Open Records.]
Beasley, Peter v. Abbott et al., 2011
[Open Records.]
Clean Air Act at the AEP and SWEPCO Welsh Power Plant in Texas, 2006
[Open Records.]
Box
2016/170-3 Machete litigation:
Film Commission's Files, AIN 98, 2013, 2015
[wallet]
Research regarding Machete, 2012
[binder]
Machete Kills, 2012, 2014-2015
[wallet]
Machete, September 2010
Machete PIR copies, 2009-2010, 2013
Machete feedback, 2010
Machete correspondence, December 6, 2010
Machete Texas Contract Employee Texas Rebate, 2009-2015
Machete Main Report Book, Project ID #370, 2009-2010
[wallet, includes CD and flash drive]
Box
2016/170-4 Machete calls, 2010
Machete Texas Rebate Residency Forms, Extras N-Z, 2009-2015
[wallet]
Machete Texas Rebate Residency Forms, A to Z crew, 2009-2015
[wallet]
Machete Texas Rebate Residency Forms, S.A.G., 2009-2015
Machete Texas Rebate Residency Forms, Extras A-M, 2009-2015
[wallet]
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Machete correspondence, 2012, 2014
[4.58 MB (5 files)]
[Re: Machete Productions, LLC vs. Heather Page, David Morales, Robert Hudgins, Carol Pirie and Evan Fitzmaurice.]
Texas Music Office, May 11, 2010
[737 KB (1 file)]
[Re: Compact Disc Minimum Advertised Price Antitrust Litigation; AG (Attorney General)'s office correspondence.]
Box
2015/067-2932 AG's settlement and litigation:
Settlements - 2001, Vol. 1January 1 - May 30, 2001
Settlements - 2001, Vol. 2June 1 - December 31, 2001
Box
2015/067-2928 Settlements - 2002, Vol. 3January 1 - June 30, 2002
Settlements - 2002, Vol. 4July 1 - December 31, 2002
Settlements - 2003, Vol. 5January 1 - June 30, 2003
Settlements - 2003, Vol. 6, IJuly 1 - September 30, 2003
Settlements - 2003, Vol. 6, IIOctober 1 - December 31, 2003
Box
2015/067-2931 Settlements, Vol. 7January 1 - March 31, 2004
Settlements, Vol. 8April 1 - July 31, 2004
Settlements, Vol. 9August 1 - December 31, 2004
Settlements, Vol. 10January 1 - April 30, 2005
Settlements, Vol. 11May 1 - August 30, 2005
Box
2015/067-2930 Settlements, Vol. 12September 1 - December 31, 2005
Settlements and Judgements greater than $5,000, 2001-2002
[Report from AG's office to Legislative Budget Board.]
Litigation over $500,000, 2003
[Litigation Revenue Receipts from AG's office.]
Settlements, Vol. 13,January 2 - February 28, 2006
Settlements, Vol. 14,March 1 - April 20, 2006
Settlements, Vol. 15,April 24 - July 31, 2006
Settlements, Vol. 16,July 1 - August 31, 2006
Settlements, Vol. 16,September 1 - October 31, 2006
Box
2015/067-3023 Settlements, Vol. 17,2006
Settlements, Vol. 18,2006
Settlements, Vol. 19,2007
Settlements, Vol. 20,2007
Settlements, Vol. 21,2007
Box
2015/067-3022 Settlements, Vol. 22,2007
Settlements, Vol. 23,2007
Settlements, Vol. 1,2008
Settlements, Vol. 2,2008
Settlements, Vol. 1,2009
Settlements, Vol. 2,2009
Box
2015/067-3021 Settlements, Vol. 1,2010
Settlements, Vol. 2,2010
Settlements, 2011
[wallet]
Settlements, 2011-2012
[wallet]
Box
2015/067-3020 Settlements, 2012-2013
[2 wallets]
Settlements, 2014
[2 wallets]