Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Governor Mark White:

An Inventory of Governor Mark White Records at the Texas State Archives, 1947, 1962-1987, undated, bulk 1983-1986



Overview

Creator: Texas. Governor (1983-1987 : White)
Title: Governor Mark White records
Dates: 1947, 1962-1987, undated
Dates: bulk 1983-1986
Abstract: Mark White served as Governor of Texas from January 18, 1983 to January 20, 1987. The governor of Texas serves as the chief executive officer of the state. These records were gathered, created, and maintained by the Texas Governor's Office during Governor White's term. Records are correspondence, subject files, legislative bill files, appointment files, staff files, audiovisual materials, artifacts, Linda Gale White's files, campaign files, and other materials dating from 1947, 1962-1987, bulk 1983-1986, and undated.
Quantity: 424.75 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

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 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The office of governor was first established by the Constitution of 1845 and superseded the office of president of the Republic of Texas.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.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 11th ed. (2001); Philip L. Fry,"Governor," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed August 7, 2014; and the contents of the records themselves.)


Mark White Biographical Sketch

Mark Wells White, Jr., 41st governor of Texas, was born in Henderson, Texas on March 17, 1940. He attended Houston public schools and Baylor University, earning a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1962 and a law degree from Baylor Law School in 1965. White worked briefly in a private legal practice in Houston before serving three years as an Assistant Attorney General. In 1969, he returned to Houston to a private practice until 1973 when Governor Dolph Briscoe appointed him Secretary of State. White resigned as Secretary of State in October 1977 in order to run for Attorney General. After being elected and serving as Attorney General from 1979 to 1983, he ran against and defeated Governor Bill Clements in the 1982 governor's race. Governor Mark White served as head of the state from January 18, 1983 to January 20, 1987. During his term in office, White focused his energies on education reform (House Bill 72, including no-pass/no-play) and utility rate regulation. White also concentrated on economic development and the appointment of minorities to positions on his staff and in the government. Texas' Sesquicentennial occurred in 1986, and the Governor attended and hosted a number of events. The Goddess of Liberty statue was restored and planning for Capitol restoration began during White's term in office. White was defeated by Clements in the 1986 election and returned to private life after his term ended in January 1987. He ran for governor in the Democratic primary in 1990 but lost to Ann Richards. Mark White and his wife Linda Gale Thompson have two sons and a daughter.

(Sources include: biography of Governor Mark White from Portraits of Texas Governors online exhibit, Texas State Library and Archives Commission, accessed August 7, 2014.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The governor of Texas serves as the chief executive officer of the state. Records are correspondence, subject files, legislative bill files, appointment files, staff files, audiovisual materials, artifacts, Linda Gale White's files, campaign files, and other materials dating from 1947, 1962-1987, bulk 1983-1986, and undated. Most records were created or gathered by White or his staff while carrying out the mission and duties of the Governor's Office. Linda Gale White's files were created as a result of her duties and interests as First Lady of Texas. Campaign files were created during White's races for Attorney General and Governor.

Within the governor's records, the main correspondence files to and from the public, legislators, state agencies, governors of other states, and others are found in the Staff Services Files under General Correspondence. Staff Services acted as the central filing unit for the Governor's Office. Several staff members (the executive assistant, administrative assistant, and Mary Hardesty (first as Special Assistant for Research and Policy Coordination and then Director of Special Programs)) worked closely with White, and their files reflect White's attitudes and opinions. The Press Office and Scheduling Office generated large amounts of information on White's public activities and statements. The Programs Office worked on projects within state government that were a priority with White.

White's records also include information from other divisions and projects within the Governor's Office, such as General Counsel, Criminal Justice, Office of Community Leadership, Commission for Women, and Valley Disaster Relief Fund. Special types of materials such as artifacts and audiovisual materials have their own series.


 

Organization of the Records

Records are arranged in 21 series by creator of files or type of material:
Press Office appointment files, 1983-1987, 8 cubic ft.
Governor's Office bill files, 1983-1987, 66 cubic ft.
Governor's Office files, 1982-1986, 1 cubic ft.
Executive Assistant to the Governor's subject files, 1982-1986, 1.4 cubic ft.
Mary Hardesty's files, 1981-1986, undated, 1.4 cubic ft.
Administrative Assistant's subject files, 1968-1987, undated, bulk 1983-1986, 6 cubic ft.
Staff services files, 1979-1987, undated, 105.5 cubic ft.
  • Director's files, 1979-1985, bulk 1983-1985, 0.8 cubic ft.
  • Correspondence files, 1983-1987, 104.7 cubic ft.
Reading file, 1983, 7.47 cubic ft.
Press Office files, 1982-1987, undated, 62.87 cubic ft.
  • Governor's quote files, 1982-1986, undated, 2.3 cubic ft.
  • Press conference transcripts, 1983-1986, 2.1 cubic ft.
  • Press releases, 1983-1986, 8 cubic ft.
  • Press clippings, 1983-1987, 35 cubic ft.
  • Proclamations, 1983-1986, 9 cubic ft.
  • Staff files, 1982-1986, undated, 5.47 cubic ft.
  • Word processing disks, 1984-1986, undated, 1 cubic ft.
Scheduling Office files, 1982-1987, 49 cubic ft.
  • Daily and weekly itineraries, 1983-1986, 2 cubic ft.
  • Event files, 1982-1987, 27 cubic ft.
  • Event decline files, 1983-1987, 18.3 cubic ft.
  • Other event-related files, 1983-1986, 1.7 cubic ft.
Program Office files, 1983-1987, 8.6 cubic ft.
  • Ed Grisham's files, 1983, 2 cubic ft.
  • Action and information items, 1983-1987, 6.6 cubic ft.
General Counsel files, 1947, 1962-1986, 4.3 cubic ft.
Criminal Justice Division files, 1983-1988, 2.47 cubic ft.
  • Governor's action items, 1984-1986, 0.5 cubic ft.
  • Miscellaneous memoranda, 1983-1984, fractional
  • Texas Crime Stoppers information, 1983-1986, 0.1 cubic ft.
  • Grant applications, 1984-1986, undated, 1.3 cubic ft.
  • Printed material, 1984-1988, 0.57 cubic ft.
Office of Community Leadership files, 1981-1986, undated, 2 cubic ft.
Commission for Women files, 1984-1987, 0.3 cubic ft.
Valley Disaster Relief Fund files, 1984, 1 cubic ft.
Audiovisual materials, 1975-1986, undated, 73.77 cubic ft.
  • Videotapes, 1978-1986, undated, 35 cubic ft.
  • Audiotapes, 1975, 1977-1979, 1982-1986, undated, 5 cubic ft.
  • Raymond D. Strother campaign ad materials, 1984-1986, undated, 10.55 cubic ft.
  • James Gang promotional video materials, 1985-1986, undated, 24.22 cubic ft.
  • Photographs, about 1955, 1984, undated, fractional
Phone messages, visitor's registers and mail logs, 1981-1987, undated, 5.6 cubic ft.
Artifacts, 1980, 1983, 1985, undated, 1.67 cubic ft.
Linda Gale White's files, 1981-1987, undated, 13 cubic ft.
  • Daily and campaign schedule files, 1983-1987, 6.7 cubic ft.
  • Declined invitations, 1983-1986, 0.6 cubic ft.
  • Christy Moore's files, 1983-1986, undated, 0.6 cubic ft.
  • Organizations and activities subject files, 1981-1986, 3.1 cubic ft.
  • Correspondence and lists, 1982-1987, undated, 2 cubic ft.
Campaign files, 1975, 1977-1986, 3.4 cubic ft.
  • Attorney General campaign files, 1977-1982, 1.4 cubic ft.
  • Governor campaign files, 1980-1986, 2 cubic ft.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

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

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, privacy information excepted from disclosure (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.101); information about inmates created by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.134 (information confidential by law, Texas Government Code, Section 508.313)); financial information (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.136) and personal family information of government employees or officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.117), 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 (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@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 requested. (Note: The Governor's Office has requested that the State Archives contact the Public Information Coordinator for the Governor's Office when we receive a Public Information Act request for these records.) If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. 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

Records contain information on Beta, VHS, U-Matic and 2-inch Quad open reel videotapes; 8-inch and 5-inch computer disks; 35 mm and 16 mm film reels and a 45 rpm record. Researchers wishing to view or listen to any of the information on these tapes, disks or record should consult with Archives staff and be aware that the Archives may not own the equipment needed to access some information. Some information on the disks may be exempted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, and the disks themselves may or may not still be readable. Please see the Archives staff for more information.

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

To listen to the audiocassettes or view the videocassettes please contact the Archives staff.

Some of the maps may be too large to photocopy.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
White, Mark, 1940-
White, Linda Gale, 1942-
Corporate Names:
Texas. Office of the Governor.
Subjects:
Governors--Texas.
Education and state--Texas.
Criminal justice, Administration of--Texas.
Legislation--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Politics and government--1951-
Texas--Officials and employees--Selection and appointment.
Document Types:
Audiocassettes--Texas--Governors--1975-1986.
Videocassettes--Texas--Governors--1975-1986.
Photographs--Texas--Governors--1955-1986.
Floppy disks--Texas--Governors--1983-1986.
Correspondence--Texas--Governors--1947-1987.
Memorandums--Texas--Governors--1983-1987.
Artifacts (object genre)--Texas--Governors--1980-1985.
Publications--Texas--Governors--1983-1986.
Notes--Texas--Governors--1983-1987.
Reports--Texas--Governors--1983-1987.
Press releases--Texas--Governors--1983-1987.
Functions:
Administering Texas.
Decision making.
Influencing government policy.

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 Secretary of State, Mark White records, 1973-1977, 15.2 cubic ft.
Texas Attorney General's Office, Mark White records, 1978-1982, 3 cubic ft.
Texas Attorney General's Office, Mark White correspondence and subject files, 1975-1982, bulk 1979-1982, 10 cubic ft.
Texas Office of the Lieutenant Governor, William Pettus Hobby, Jr. records, 1917, 1924, 1931, 1947, 1953-1990, undated, bulk 1968-1990, 445.53 cubic ft.
Texas Secretary of State, Official proclamations of the Governor, 1984-1997, 2.25 cubic ft.
Texas Office of the Governor, Governor's Commission on Physical Fitness, Records, 1972-1987, 3 cubic ft.
Prints and Photographs Collection, William Gregory Vimont, Photographs of Governor Mark White, 1985-1986, 1998/142. [There is no finding aid for these unprocessed photographs. Call number is 1998/142.]
Texas Office of the Governor, General Counsel execution case files, 1946-1994, 2.75 cubic ft.
Texas Office of the Governor, Admiral commissions, 1973-1983, 0.24 cubic ft.
Current Events Photographic Documentation collection, 1962-1995, bulk 1973-1974, 1990-1992, 67.32 cubic ft.
Briscoe Center for American History
Mark White papers, 1970s-1990s, 15 cubic ft.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1991/002, 1991/102, 1991/106, 1991/113, 1991/130, 1991/141, 1991/168, 1992/077, 1992/300

These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on September 10, 1990; February 25, March 7, March 19, April 10, April 25 and June 18, 1991; March 12, March 16, and August 18, 1992.

Processing Information

Processed by Paul Beck, April 1993

Processed by Tonia J. Wood, January 1995

Revised by Tonia J. Wood, April 1995

Revised and DACS compliance by Jessica Tucker, April 2014


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Press Office appointment files, 1983-1987,
8 cubic ft.

The governor of Texas serves as the chief executive officer of the state. Records consist of copies of letters of appointment by Governor Mark White, biographical information sheets on the appointees, and press releases about the appointments. These records cover all of the appointments made by Mark White as governor from 1983 to 1987. The governor of Texas appoints the Secretary of State, the Adjutant General, executive directors of several agencies, members of numerous state boards and commissions, ship pilots and pilot boards at ports, and regents of universities; and he fills vacancies in district attorney offices and judgeships, and various other posts. The appointment letters are addressed to the Secretary of State or the Texas Senate, notifying them of the governor's appointments. The letters are brief, giving the name of the appointee, the position, and the length of term of appointment. There are also vita sheets listing biographical information for each appointee and press releases which may contain quotes from the governor on the appointment.
Arrangement
Records are arranged alphabetically by the name of the appointed agency, board, commission, etc. Regents of universities and judgeships are filed separately, after the other appointments. Finally, there are two sets of alphabetical index cards: one by name of appointee, the other by name of the appointed position.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Press Office appointment files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1991/113
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on March 19, 1991.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, privacy information excepted from disclosure (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.101) and home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117), 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), 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 (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@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 requested. (Note: The Governor's Office has requested that the State Archives contact the Public Information Coordinator for the Governor's Office when we receive a Public Information Act request for these records.) 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.
Box
1991/113-14 Appointment files, 1983-1987
A - Community Affairs
Box
1991/113-15 Community Development Block Grant - Economic
Box
1991/113-16 Education - Indigent
Box
1991/113-17 Industrial - N
Box
1991/113-18 O - Sec
Box
1991/113-19 Seed - Y
Box
1991/113-20 University Regents - Judge, 298th District Court
Box
1991/113-21 Judge, 301st District Court - Judge, 13th Judicial Court of Appeals
Alphabetical index cards:
A-Z, by name of appointees
A-Z, by name of appointed position



 

Governor's Office bill files, 1983-1987,
66 cubic ft.

The duties and responsibilities of the governor include signing or vetoing bills passed by the legislature and convening special sessions of the legislature for specific purposes. Records are the legislative bill files of the 68th and 69th Legislatures compiled by the Governor's Office during Mark White's administration. Records include multiple copies of legislative bills and resolutions including draft, first printings, engrossed, and enrolled versions. Other types of records include correspondence, memos, bill analyses, bill history summary sheets, House and Senate committee reports, and bill routing forms. Correspondence is from supporters and opponents of particular bills including legislators, lobbyists, state and local government officials, and members of the public. Memos regarding proposed legislation include notes from the Legislative Budget Board on any fiscal implications for the state and legal analysis from the Office of the Governor's General Counsel. Bill analyses were written by the Governor's Office to describe a bill, identify its purpose, give background information, provide a summary of committee action, and offer a recommendation to the governor either to sign, veto or file the bill without a signature. Committee reports include a first printing of a bill, a bill analysis, a fiscal note from the Legislative Budget Board, a recommendation whether the bill should or should not pass, the calendar it would be placed on, and the vote of the committee. The majority of the bill files contain only a copy of the bill or resolution.
The bills are divided between the 68th and 69th sessions and each session's regular and special, or called, sessions. There were two called sessions for the 68th Legislature and three called sessions for the 69th. Bill files are present for all sessions except for the 68th Legislature, Second Called Session, which met from June 4 - July 3, 1984. That session's major piece of legislation was House Bill 72, the education bill which adopted the no-pass/no-play rule and other reform measures for public schools. This bill file, and all others from the 68th Legislature, Second Called Session, were never transferred to the State Archives and are missing.
Legislative highlights in the bill files of the 68th Legislature, Regular Session included prison overcrowding and reform (Senate Bill 621, 640, 727, 779), drunk driving (Senate Bill 1), pari-mutuel wagering (Senate Bill 440), nursing home reform (House Bill 2288, House Bill 102), the Texas Mental Health Code (Senate Bill 435), creating an independent office of Public Utility Counsel in the Public Utility Commission to represent consumers (Senate Bill 232), and sunset legislation for a number of key state agencies. The 68th Legislature First Called Session completed the sunset review of the Texas Employment Commission, created a Human Rights Commission, and increased the powers of the Texas Animal Health Commission in regulating brucellosis in cattle. Bill files from the 69th Legislature include a one billion dollar water development and conservation plan (House Bill 2), indigent health care (Senate Bill 1), repeal of the Texas blue laws (House Bill 1280), raising the legal drinking age to 21 (Senate Bill 21), a mandatory seat belt law (Senate Bill 500), crime victim compensation (Senate Bill 76), and a crime victim bill of rights (House Bill 235).
Some ledgers and card indexes to the bill files were prepared by the Governor's staff. Box 1992/077-9 includes ledgers and a card index to legislation received by the governor from the 68th Legislature. Box 1992/077-12 contains a ledger and index cards for the 68th Legislature, First Called Session. Boxes 1992/077-57 and 61 contain bill ledgers, letters of transmittal sent by the governor, and lists of bills by author, subject and bill number for the 69th Legislature. Boxes 1992/077-65 and 66 contain bill analyses, arranged by bill number, for the 68th and 69th Legislature, Regular Sessions.
Arrangement
Within each session, the bills are arranged by type: house bills (HB), house resolutions (HCR, HJR, HR), senate bills (SB) and senate resolutions (SJR, SCR, SR). Then, each type of bill is divided into three categories: bills signed by Governor White, vetoed by Governor White, or those allowed to pass into law without his signature. Therefore, when searching for a particular bill, researchers are warned to check each of those three categories - signed, vetoed, or passed without signature. The card index is arranged by bill or resolution number, divided between the Senate and the House, and subdivided into legislation that was signed, vetoed, or allowed to become law without the governor's signature.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Governor's Office bill files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1992/077
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on March 12 and 16, 1992.
Box
1992/077-3 House Bills Signed by Governor White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
HB 2
HB 14
HB 15
HB 21
HB 25
HB 33
HB 36
HB 42
HB 44
HB 46
HB 52
HB 54
HB 64
HB 68
HB 79
HB 94
HB 99
HB 100
HB 101
HB 102
HB 103
HB 131
HB 134
HB 141
HB 147
HB 160
HB 164
HB 166
HB 171
HB 176
HB 178
HB 179
HB 197
HB 208
HB 210
HB 218
HB 225
HB 229
HB 242
HB 266
HB 267
HB 276
HB 279
HB 283
HB 287
HB 304
HB 306
HB 326
HB 333
HB 338
HB 340
HB 350
HB 355
HB 358
HB 359
HB 373
HB 374
HB 375
HB 376
HB 377
HB 378
HB 382
HB 385
HB 399
HB 401
HB 410
HB 411
HB 413
HB 423
HB 426
HB 430
HB 435
HB 444
HB 449
HB 450
HB 455
HB 464
HB 470
HB 475
HB 480
HB 484
HB 487
HB 490
HB 500
HB 501
HB 502
HB 532
HB 533
HB 544
HB 553
HB 559
HB 570
HB 590
HB 600
HB 603
HB 618
HB 622
HB 624
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1992/077-4 HB 634
HB 637
HB 639
HB 642
HB 644
HB 645
HB 647
HB 651
HB 657
HB 658
HB 665
HB 669
HB 672
HB 675
HB 680
HB 687
HB 691
HB 713
HB 719
HB 784
HB 790
HB 722
HB 723
HB 724
HB 726
HB 736
HB 741
HB 742
HB 747
HB 755
HB 773
HB 777
HB 784
HB 790
HB 793
HB 797
HB 804
HB 827
HB 838
HB 842
HB 844
HB 845
HB 846
HB 848
HB 853
HB 855
HB 859
HB 860
HB 861
HB 867
HB 872
HB 877
HB 882
HB 886
HB 893
HB 894
HB 895
HB 896
HB 897
HB 908
HB 930
HB 936
HB 957
HB 962
HB 965
HB 970
HB 972
HB 998
HB 1006
HB 1007
HB 1013
HB 1015
HB 1018
HB 1019
HB 1020
HB 1031
HB 1038
HB 1048
HB 1054
HB 1056
HB 1061
HB 1064
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1992/077-5 HB 1075
HB 1080
HB 1091
HB 1100
HB 1106
HB 1111
HB 1114
HB 1119
HB 1121
HB 1125
HB 1128
HB 1130
HB 1147
HB 1148
HB 1157
HB 1174
HB 1178
HB 1183
HB 1199
HB 1200
HB 1203
HB 1208
HB 1210
HB 1212
HB 1214
HB 1216
HB 1217
HB 1229
HB 1231
HB 1245
HB 1250
HB 1253
HB 1254
HB 1255
HB 1263
HB 1269
HB 1273
HB 1277
HB 1279
HB 1282
HB 1289
HB 1291
HB 1293
HB 1301
HB 1304
HB 1308
HB 1310
HB 1336
HB 1341
HB 1344
HB 1345
HB 1346
HB 1352
HB 1368
HB 1370
HB 1376
HB 1389
HB 1395
HB 1406
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1992/077-6 HB 1409
HB 1420
HB 1421
HB 1422
HB 1427
HB 1438
HB 1440
HB 1441
HB 1445
HB 1446
HB 1447
HB 1451
HB 1454
HB 1460
HB 1473
HB 1474
HB 1475
HB 1480
HB 1481
HB 1487
HB 1488
HB 1500
HB 1501
HB 1502
HB 1505
HB 1507
HB 1510
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1992/077-6 HB 1511
HB 1517
HB 1518
HB 1542
HB 1550
HB 1554
HB 1562
HB 1571
HB 1575
HB 1580
HB 1582
HB 1599
HB 1601
HB 1602
HB 1608
HB 1606
HB 1603
HB 1613
HB 1618
HB 1619
HB 1625
HB 1643
HB 1644
HB 1650
HB 1651
HB 1655
HB 1669
HB 1677
HB 1679
HB 1685
HB 1686
HB 1689
HB 1699
HB 1701
HB 1702
HB 1706
HB 1707
HB 1708
HB 1712
HB 1719
HB 1725
HB 1726
HB 1731
HB 1732
HB 1741
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1992/077-7 HB 1748
HB 1750
HB 1753
HB 1766
HB 1775
HB 1778
HB 1792
HB 1794
HB 1818
HB 1819
HB 1828
HB 1833
HB 1834
HB 1836
HB 1840
HB 1845
HB 1849
HB 1852
HB 1858
HB 1861
HB 1869
HB 1876
HB 1884
HB 1889
HB 1914
HB 1925
HB 1933
HB 1936
HB 1953
HB 1954
HB 1958
HB 1964
HB 1966
HB 1969
HB 1970
HB 1971
HB 1981
HB 1985
HB 1986
HB 1987
HB 1991
HB 1999
HB 2006
HB 2008
HB 2009
HB 2013
HB 2018
HB 2031
HB 2032
HB 2046
HB 2058
HB 2066
HB 2067
HB 2068
HB 2076
HB 2077
HB 2081
HB 2083
HB 2106
HB 2107
HB 2112
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1992/077-8 HB 2118
HB 2119
HB 2126
HB 2134
HB 2135
HB 2140
HB 2143
HB 2150
HB 2154
HB 2156
HB 2157
HB 2158
HB 2160
HB 2161
HB 2165
HB 2174
HB 2183
HB 2189
HB 2194
HB 2196
HB 2217
HB 2218
HB 2220
HB 2227
HB 2228
HB 2229
HB 2244
HB 2245
HB 2251
HB 2276
HB 2282
HB 2284
HB 2289
HB 2292
HB 2294
HB 2295
HB 2298
HB 2299
HB 2301
HB 2302
HB 2304
HB 2305
HB 2306
HB 2307
HB 2313
HB 2314
HB 2320
HB 2322
HB 2323
HB 2324
HB 2325
HB 2326
HB 2327
HB 2329
HB 2333
HB 2334
HB 2335
HB 2337
HB 2338
HB 2340
HB 2343
HB 2345
HB 2346
HB 2348
HB 2350
HB 2352
HB 2354
HB 2359
HB 2363
HB 2364
HB 2365
HB 2368
HB 2369
HB 2370
HB 2371
HB 2372
HB 2375
HB 2377
HB 2379
HB 2380
HB 2382
HB 2383
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1992/077-9 HB 2385
HB 2388
HB 2390
HB 2391
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HB 2398
HB 2399
HB 2404
HB 2406
HB 2407
HB 2412
HB 2414
HB 2425
HB 2427
HB 2429
HB 2432
HB 2433
HB 2435
HB 2436
HB 2437
HB 2439
HB 2440
HB 2441
HB 2443
HB 2447
HB 2448
HB 2449
HB 2452
Ledger of House Bills and Resolutions received, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
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Lists of bills, passed and vetoed, 68th Legislature Regular and First Called Session, compiled by Texas Legislative Council, 1983
"Water Bills" - (ledger of bills relating to water resources), 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
Transmittal letters, 68th Legislature, Regular and First Called Sessions, 1983
Emergency messages, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
Proclamations, 68th Legislature, First Called Session, 1983
Vetoes, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
Veto messages, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
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1992/077-10 House Concurrent Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
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HCR 20
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HCR 23
HCR 25
HCR 33
HCR 34
HCR 35
HCR 36
HCR 37
HCR 38
HCR 39
HCR 40
HCR 41
HCR 42
HCR 43
HCR 44
HCR 45
HCR 49
HCR 50
HCR 53
HCR 54
HCR 55
HCR 57
HCR 58
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HCR 60
HCR 61
HCR 63
HCR 65
HCR 66
HCR 68
HCR 70
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HCR 77
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HCR 84
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HCR 100
HCR 101
HCR 103
HCR 105
HCR 108
HCR 117
HCR 118
HCR 121
HCR 122
HCR 125
HCR 127
HCR 128
HCR 129
HCR 130
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HCR 134
HCR 135
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1992/077-11 HCR 206
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HCR 266
HCR 267
HCR 269
HCR 271
HCR 272
HCR 274
HCR 275
HCR 276
HCR 277
HCR 279
HCR 280
HCR 281
House Joint Resolutions Signed by Governor White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
HJR 1
HJR 19
HJR 73
House Bills and Resolutions Vetoed by Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
HB 36
HB 149
HB 186
HB 524
HB 534
HB 730
HB 788
HB 888
HB 943
HB 1108
HB 1133
HB 1186
HB 1415
HB 1678
HB 1745
HB 1967
HB 1980
HB 2181
HB 2258
HB 2376
HB 2393
HB 2445
HCR 147
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1992/077-12 House Bills and Resolutions Filed Without Signature By Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
HB 18
HB 30
HB 310
HB 493
HB 525
HB 555
HB 593
HB 594
HB 706
HB 718
HB 725
HB 812
HB 825
HB 854
HB 949
HB 1118
HB 1122
HB 1867
HB 1875
HB 1877
HB 1883
HB 2005
HB 2061
HB 2087
HB 2092
HB 2102
HB 2153
HB 2224
HB 2226
HB 2232
HB 2271
HB 2285
HB 2434
HJR 4
HJR 19
HJR 22
HJR 30
HJR 65
HJR 70
HJR 91
HJR 105
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1992/077-14 Senate Bills Signed by Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
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SB 10
SB 21
SB 22
SB 23
SB 24
SB 27
SB 33
SB 36
SB 38
SB 45
SB 59
SB 60
SB 67
SB 79
SB 82
SB 84
SB 86
SB 91
SB 94
SB 95
SB 98
SB 99
SB 100
SB 101
SB 105
SB 106
SB 108
SB 109
SB 112
SB 114
SB 116
SB 118
SB 120
SB 121
SB 122
SB 123
SB 126
SB 127
SB 129
SB 131
SB 132
SB 133
SB 134
SB 135
SB 136
SB 137
SB 138
SB 139
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1992/077-15 SB 149
SB 151
SB 155
SB 156
SB 160
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SB 168
SB 171
SB 173
SB 176
SB 180
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SB 183
SB 185
SB 186
SB 194
SB 203
SB 209
SB 210
SB 211
SB 213
SB 214
SB 215
SB 218
SB 220
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SB 222
SB 223
SB 224
SB 225
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SB 228
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SB 236
SB 239
SB 246
SB 249
SB 250
SB 251
SB 255
SB 256
SB 257
SB 258
SB 259
SB 261
SB 262
SB 272
SB 273
SB 274
SB 275
SB 277
SB 280
SB 281
SB 282
SB 283
SB 284
SB 285
SB 288
SB 291
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SB 295
SB 302
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1992/077-16 SB 316
SB 317
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SB 330
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SB 339
SB 341
SB 342
SB 343
SB 345
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SB 347
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SB 351
SB 353
SB 354
SB 355
SB 357
SB 358
SB 360
SB 368
SB 370
SB 373
SB 374
SB 375
SB 376
SB 377
SB 379
SB 380
SB 381
SB 384
SB 385
SB 387
SB 389
SB 392
SB 393
SB 394
SB 396
SB 397
SB 405
SB 407
SB 408
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SB 410
SB 417
SB 420
SB 421
SB 422
SB 427
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1992/077-17 SB 461
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SB 510
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SB 515
SB 516
SB 517
SB 531
SB 541
SB 544
SB 547
SB 549
SB 554
SB 555
SB 557
SB 558
SB 567
SB 569
SB 570
SB 572
SB 578
SB 579
SB 580
SB 581
SB 582
SB 586
SB 587
SB 588
SB 589
SB 594
SB 595
SB 596
SB 606
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SB 613
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SB 617
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SB 620
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SB 622
SB 623
SB 624
SB 627
SB 631
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SB 636
SB 637
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SB 640
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1992/077-18 SB 662
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SB 697
SB 703
SB 705
SB 706
SB 711
SB 713
SB 714
SB 715
SB 718
SB 727
SB 728
SB 732
SB 733
SB 738
SB 739
SB 742
SB 749
SB 752
SB 757
SB 762
SB 763
SB 765
SB 766
SB 769
SB 772
SB 775
SB 776
SB 778
SB 779
SB 781
SB 786
SB 791
SB 800
SB 801
SB 802
SB 808
SB 809
SB 816
SB 817
SB 818
SB 826
SB 827
SB 834
SB 835
SB 836
SB 838
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1992/077-19 SB 872
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SB 911
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SB 940
SB 946
SB 948
SB 963
SB 964
SB 967
SB 969
SB 970
SB 973
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SB 986
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SB 988
SB 989
SB 996
SB 997
SB 1004
SB 1006
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SB 1020
SB 1022
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SB 1025
SB 1027
SB 1029
SB 1030
SB 1031
SB 1032
SB 1033
SB 1034
SB 1038
SB 1040
SB 1044
SB 1050
SB 1062
SB 1064
SB 1075
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SB 1086
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1992/077-20 SB 1091
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SB 1095
SB 1096
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SB 1112
SB 1125
SB 1128
SB 1131
SB 1137
SB 1140
SB 1141
SB 1143
SB 1144
SB 1152
SB 1156
SB 1166
SB 1167
SB 1180
SB 1181
SB 1184
SB 1185
SB 1192
SB 1194
SB 1198
SB 1207
SB 1208
SB 1210
SB 1213
SB 1215
SB 1217
SB 1222
SB 1224
SB 1225
SB 1226
SB 1227
SB 1228
SB 1241
SB 1242
SB 1252
SB 1260
SB 1267
SB 1268
SB 1269
SB 1273
SB 1274
SB 1275
SB 1278
SB 1281
SB 1282
SB 1285
SB 1286
SB 1287
SB 1291
SB 1292
SB 1293
SB 1298
SB 1304
SB 1306
SB 1308
SB 1312
SB 1314
SB 1318
SB 1321
SB 1322
SB 1330
SB 1334
SB 1335
SB 1338
SB 1345
SB 1348
SB 1350
SB 1352
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1992/077-21 SB 1356
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SB 1359
SB 1363
SB 1366
SB 1367
SB 1370
SB 1375
SB 1379
SB 1381
SB 1382
SB 1383
SB 1388
SB 1395
SB 1397
SB 1398
SB 1402
SB 1404
SB 1408
SB 1409
SB 1425
SB 1426
SB 1427
SB 1438
Senate Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
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SCR 134
SCR 136
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1992/077-22 Senate Bills Vetoed by Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
SB 242
SB 253
SB 319
SB 325
SB 367
SB 369
SB 382
SB 454
SB 482
SB 583
SB 748
SB 853
SB 884
SB 943
SB 975
SB 1000
SB 1036
SB 1221
Senate Bills and Resolutions Filed without Signature of Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
SB 11
SB 42
SB 117
SB 216
SB 238
SB 318
SB 329
SB 335
SB 336
SB 383
SB 395
SB 432
SB 448
SB 452
SB 483
SB 538
SB 551
SB 559
SB 563
SB 565
SB 607
SB 688
SB 701
SB 741
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1992/077-23 SB 761
SB 764
SB 787
SB 799
SB 812
SB 813
SB 815
SB 843
SB 878
SB 891
SB 893
SB 912
SB 913
SB 921
SB 927
SB 960
SB 961
SB 1097
SB 1190
SB 1205
SB 1245
SB 1261
SB 1270
SB 1283
SB 1316
SB 1323
SB 1328
SB 1351
SB 1371
SB 1384
SB 1385
SB 1386
SB 1387
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SJR 12
SJR 13
SJR 14
SJR 17
SJR 20
SJR 22
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SCR 11
SCR 23
SCR 24
SCR 27
SCR 28
SCR 30
SCR 32
SCR 33
SCR 38
SCR 46
SCR 49
SCR 51
SCR 58
SCR 65
SCR 77
SCR 109
SCR 130
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1992/077-13 68th Legislature, First Called Session, June 1983
Ledger of bills and resolutions received by Governor White
Transmittal letters
Index cards to legislation
Six signed proclamations, June 24, 1983
House Bills and Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, First Called Session, 1983
HB 1
HB 2
HB 3
HB 4
HB 5
HB 6
HB 7
HB 8
HB 9
HB 10
HB 11
HB 12
HB 13
HB 15
HB 16
HB 17
HB 18
HB 19
HB 20
HB 21
HB 22
HB 23
HB 24
HB 25
HB 28
HB 29
HB 30
HJR 1
HJR 2
HCR 5
HR 11
Senate Bills and Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 68th Legislature, First Called Session, 1983
SB 1
SB 2
SB 3
SB 4
SB 5
SB 6
SB 7
SB 8
SB 9
SB 10
SB 11
SB 12
SB 13
SB 14
SB 15
SB 16
SB 17
SB 18
SB 19
SB 20
SB 21
SB 22
SB 23
SB 24
SB 25
SB 26
SB 27
SB 28
SB 29
SB 30
SJR 1
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SCR 4
SCR 5
SCR 6
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1992/077-24 House Bills Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
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HB 4
HB 8
HB 10
HB 13
HB 14
HB 20
HB 32
HB 46
HB 48
HB 51
HB 61
HB 71
HB 72
HB 76
HB 85
HB 95
HB 104
HB 118
HB 123
HB 128
HB 149
HB 151
HB 156
HB 157
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1992/077-25 HB 160
HB 162
HB 163
HB 167
HB 168
HB 181
HB 192
HB 196
HB 220
HB 231
HB 235
HB 241
HB 243
HB 248
HB 252
HB 256
HB 260
HB 267
HB 271
HB 275
HB 276
HB 282
HB 289
HB 293
HB 309
HB 316
HB 330
HB 332
HB 335
HB 339
HB 346
HB 353
HB 356
HB 373
HB 374
HB 377
HB 380
HB 385
HB 387
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1992/077-26 HB 393
HB 433
HB 443
HB 448
HB 449
HB 460
HB 473
HB 475
HB 476
HB 477
HB 479
HB 485
HB 488
HB 501
HB 504
HB 505
HB 508
HB 528
HB 531
HB 536
HB 539
HB 553
HB 556
HB 557
HB 560
HB 579
HB 593
HB 595
HB 597
HB 620
HB 626
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1992/077-27 HB 650
HB 653
HB 655
HB 659
HB 665
HB 667
HB 685
HB 690
HB 710
HB 711
HB 712
HB 718
HB 728
HB 729
HB 731
HB 733
HB 736
HB 740
HB 742
HB 743
HB 744
HB 745
HB 746
HB 747
HB 749
HB 753
HB 759
HB 773
HB 783
HB 788
HB 797
HB 802
HB 805
HB 809
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1992/077-28 HB 823
HB 826
HB 832
HB 833
HB 851
HB 865
HB 870
HB 871
HB 873
HB 874
HB 875
HB 892
HB 895
HB 900
HB 903
HB 913
HB 916
HB 917
HB 918
HB 919
HB 922
HB 927
HB 934
HB 938
HB 948
HB 952
HB 955
HB 967
HB 973
HB 978
HB 986
HB 987
HB 993
HB 994
HB 1010
HB 1012
HB 1023
HB 1026
HB 1029
HB 1037
HB 1041
HB 1046
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1992/077-29 HB 1052
HB 1055
HB 1059
HB 1064
HB 1070
HB 1075
HB 1078
HB 1085
HB 1086
HB 1087
HB 1088
HB 1089
HB 1090
HB 1091
HB 1092
HB 1093
HB 1096
HB 1098
HB 1105
HB 1106
HB 1110
HB 1112
HB 1114
HB 1120
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1992/077-30 HB 1140
HB 1147
HB 1148
HB 1149
HB 1161
HB 1182
HB 1188
HB 1191
HB 1193
HB 1201
HB 1202
HB 1204
HB 1205
HB 1207
HB 1210
HB 1214
HB 1215
HB 1216
HB 1220
HB 1225
HB 1226
HB 1229
HB 1235
HB 1240
HB 1241
HB 1242
HB 1243
HB 1247
HB 1248
HB 1252
HB 1256
HB 1259
HB 1263
HB 1264
HB 1278
HB 1280
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1992/077-31 HB 1303
HB 1304
HB 1306
HB 1307
HB 1310
HB 1330
HB 1333
HB 1335
HB 1344
HB 1345
HB 1349
HB 1351
HB 1365
HB 1374
HB 1376
HB 1378
HB 1385
HB 1391
HB 1393
HB 1401
HB 1403
HB 1425
HB 1426
HB 1429
HB 1433
HB 1442
HB 1449
HB 1462
HB 1463
HB 1470
HB 1478
HB 1481
HB 1508
HB 1509
HB 1525
HB 1531
HB 1533
HB 1550
HB 1561
HB 1569
HB 1572
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1992/077-32 HB 1573
HB 1577
HB 1581
HB 1584
HB 1585
HB 1591
HB 1592
HB 1593
HB 1618
HB 1628
HB 1655
HB 1656
HB 1657
HB 1658
HB 1665
HB 1681
HB 1686
HB 1694
HB 1695
HB 1702
HB 1718
HB 1728
HB 1731
HB 1732
HB 1736
HB 1741
HB 1744
HB 1747
HB 1760
HB 1762
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1992/077-33 HB 1774
HB 1775
HB 1779
HB 1787
HB 1788
HB 1802
HB 1803
HB 1805
HB 1808
HB 1811
HB 1819
HB 1823
HB 1824
HB 1825
HB 1830
HB 1844
HB 1856
HB 1857
HB 1861
HB 1865
HB 1866
HB 1867
HB 1870
HB 1874
HB 1883
HB 1889
HB 1903
HB 1908
HB 1912
HB 1921
HB 1929
HB 1936
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1992/077-34 HB 1941
HB 1942
HB 1947
HB 1949
HB 1952
HB 1953
HB 1955
HB 1959
HB 1963
HB 1965
HB 1966
HB 1973
HB 1976
HB 1985
HB 1992
HB 2001
HB 2004
HB 2005
HB 2010
HB 2012
HB 2034
HB 2036
HB 2043
HB 2044
HB 2045
HB 2048
HB 2053
HB 2066
HB 2067
HB 2068
HB 2076
HB 2077
HB 2084
HB 2086
HB 2087
HB 2089
HB 2091
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1992/077-35 HB 2092
HB 2096
HB 2107
HB 2119
HB 2121
HB 2126
HB 2139
HB 2151
HB 2160
HB 2162
HB 2168
HB 2177
HB 2182
HB 2195
HB 2198
HB 2207
HB 2210
HB 2211
HB 2212
HB 2213
HB 2214
HB 2216
HB 2219
HB 2220
HB 2229
HB 2236
HB 2240
HB 2245
HB 2248
HB 2256
HB 2259
HB 2261
HB 2287
HB 2248
HB 2290
HB 2298
HB 2299
HB 2300
HB 2301
HB 2302
HB 2305
HB 2317
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1992/077-36 HB 2323
HB 2329
HB 2331
HB 2344
HB 2346
HB 2358
HB 2359
HB 2362
HB 2370
HB 2371
HB 2375
HB 2376
HB 2379
HB 2381
HB 2382
HB 2386
HB 2387
HB 2388
HB 2389
HB 2390
HB 2391
HB 2394
HB 2395
HB 2404
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1992/077-37 HB 2405
HB 2407
HB 2408
HB 2409
HB 2410
HB 2411
HB 2412
HB 2413
HB 2418
HB 2420
HB 2421
HB 2422
HB 2423
HB 2427
HB 2428
HB 2433
HB 2434
HB 2435
HB 2436
HB 2437
HB 2438
HB 2443
HB 2444
HB 2447
HB 2457
HB 2458
HB 2459
HB 2461
HB 2463
HB 2469
HB 2470
HB 2473
HB 2474
HB 2478
HB 2479
HB 2481
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1992/077-38 HB 2486
HB 2487
HB 2488
HB 2490
HB 2496
HB 2499
HB 2502
HB 2506
HB 2511
HB 2512
HB 2513
HB 2514
HB 2516
HB 2520
HB 2522
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1992/077-39 House Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
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HR 3
HR 4
HR 5
HR 6
HR 7
HR 8
HR 9
HR 19
HR 20
HR 22
HR 24
HR 25
HR 26
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HR 35
HR 36
HR 40
HR 49
HR 51
HR 52
HR 53
HR 55
HR 56
HR 61
HR 63
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HR 65
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HR 79
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1992/077-40 House Bills and Resolutions Filed without Signature by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
HB 44
HB 318
HB 403
HB 435
HB 569
HB 695
HB 724
HB 756
HB 794
HB 899
HB 1132
HB 1164
HB 1173
HB 1281
HB 1287
HB 1485
HB 1560
HB 1697
HB 1837
HB 1846
HB 1911
HB 1957
HB 1986
HB 2161
HB 2222
HB 2247
HB 2288
HB 2325
HB 2431
HB 2509
HJR 6
HJR 19
HJR 27
HJR 54
HJR 72
HJR 73
HJR 89
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1992/077-41 House Bills Vetoed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
HB 36
HB 226
HB 341
HB 482
HB 580
HB 741
HB 748
HB 784
HB 910
HB 1273
HB 1323
HB 1330
HB 1389
HB 1543
HB 1706
HB 1717
HB 1776
HB 1879
HB 2153
HB 2174
HB 2316
HB 2349
HB 2377
HB 2399
HB 2419
HB 2439
HB 2449
HB 2450
HB 2451
HB 2452
HB 2453
HB 2454
HB 2497
HCR 72
HCR 137
HCR 235
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1992/077-42 Senate Bills Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
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SB 16
SB 21
SB 27
SB 30
SB 32
SB 33
SB 34
SB 35
SB 37
SB 39
SB 43
SB 48
SB 53
SB 59
SB 65
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SB 68
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1992/077-43 SB 106
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SB 131
SB 133
SB 137
SB 140
SB 142
SB 148
SB 150
SB 162
SB 164
SB 166
SB 169
SB 172
SB 175
SB 185
SB 186
SB 192
SB 195
SB 201
SB 203
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SB 205
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1992/077-44 SB 209
SB 210
SB 216
SB 217
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SB 228
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SB 231
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SB 237
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SB 248
SB 249
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SB 253
SB 254
SB 255
SB 257
SB 261
SB 262
SB 265
SB 267
SB 270
SB 273
SB 279
SB 281
SB 283
SB 285
SB 286
SB 287
SB 290
SB 291
SB 298
SB 300
SB 303
SB 306
SB 309
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1992/077-45 SB 316
SB 317
SB 320
SB 325
SB 329
SB 332
SB 340
SB 342
SB 344
SB 346
SB 351
SB 358
SB 362
SB 366
SB 371
SB 374
SB 380
SB 381
SB 382
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SB 387
SB 392
SB 394
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SB 397
SB 398
SB 401
SB 402
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SB 412
SB 415
SB 416
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1992/077-46 SB 420
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SB 444
SB 446
SB 449
SB 455
SB 463
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SB 466
SB 469
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1992/077-47 SB 500
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SB 548
SB 550
SB 551
SB 552
SB 553
SB 559
SB 564
SB 569
SB 575
SB 577
SB 578
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SB 596
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1992/077-48 SB 599
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1992/077-49 SB 618
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SB 623
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SB 635
SB 636
SB 638
SB 639
SB 640
SB 641
SB 644
SB 649
SB 651
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SB 655
SB 656
SB 660
SB 662
SB 670
SB 675
SB 679
SB 681
SB 688
SB 689
SB 699
SB 700
SB 713
SB 716
SB 718
SB 719
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1992/077-50 SB 725
SB 738
SB 745
SB 746
SB 748
SB 750
SB 754
SB 760
SB 762
SB 764
SB 767
SB 771
SB 782
SB 783
SB 791
SB 792
SB 793
SB 802
SB 803
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1992/077-51 SB 813
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SB 820
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SB 829
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SB 845
SB 851
SB 853
SB 854
SB 858
SB 862
SB 863
SB 866
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SB 876
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SB 894
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1992/077-52 SB 903
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SB 911
SB 923
SB 926
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SB 955
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SB 957
SB 966
SB 967
SB 969
SB 978
SB 979
SB 980
SB 993
SB 994
SB 1002
SB 1004
SB 1005
SB 1007
SB 1009
SB 1014
SB 1018
SB 1034
SB 1052
SB 1055
SB 1063
SB 1075
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1992/077-53 SB 1084
SB 1093
SB 1105
SB 1114
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SB 1120
SB 1122
SB 1123
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SB 1139
SB 1152
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SB 1211
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1992/077-54 SB 1228
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SB 1256
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SB 1265
SB 1267
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SB 1272
SB 1275
SB 1280
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1992/077-55 SB 1300
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SB 1330
SB 1331
SB 1336
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SB 1348
SB 1349
SB 1350
SB 1353
SB 1355
SB 1356
SB 1357
SB 1358
SB 1359
SB 1360
SB 1361
SB 1367
SB 1377
SB 1378
SB 1388
SB 1391
SB 1400
SB 1409
SB 1420
SB 1426
SB 1427
SB 1435
SB 1437
SB 1442
SB 1443
SB 1450
SB 1452
SB 1455
SB 1458
SB 1465
SB 1466
SB 1487
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1992/077-56 Senate Bills Filed Without Signature by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
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SB 69
SB 141
SB 233
SB 245
SB 289
SB 295
SB 297
SB 349
SB 368
SB 454
SB 465
SB 501
SB 517
SB 540
SB 549
SB 574
SB 613
SB 797
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1992/077-57 SB 809
SB 811
SB 839
SB 1156
SB 1167
SB 1223
SB 1224
SB 1228
SB 1246
SB 1264
SB 1273
SB 1297
SB 1335
SB 1376
SB 1415
SB 1470
SB 1484
Senate Resolutions Filed Without Signature By Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
SCR 2
SCR 11
SCR 41
SCR 51
SCR 52
SCR 80
SCR 81
SJR 6
SJR 9
SJR 10
SJR 14
SJR 15
SJR 16
SJR 21
SJR 27
SJR 33
Senate Bills and Resolutions Vetoed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
SB 189
SB 334
SB 518
SB 737
SB 765
SB 1081
SB 1126
SB 1155
SB 1225
SB 1247
SB 1320
SB 1454
SCR 100
SCR 143
Letters of transmittal (legislation signed, filed without signature, or vetoed by Governor White) 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
Vetoed legislation (veto proclamations), 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
Governor's Office, Original bill log, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, March-May 1985
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1992/077-58 Senate Concurrent Resolutions, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
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SCR 164
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SCR 167
SCR 169
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1992/077-59 Senate Bills Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, First Called Session, 1985
SB 2
SB 5
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1992/077-60 House Bills Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Second Called Session, 1986
HB 1
HB 2
HB 4
HB 5
HB 6
HB 7
HB 8
HB 9
HB 10
HB 11
HB 12
HB 15
HB 16
HB 17
HB 18
HB 19
HB 20
HB 21
HB 23
HB 24
HB 25
HB 26
HB 28
HB 29
HB 30
HB 31
HB 33
HB 34
HB 35
HB 36
HB 37
HB 38
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HB 41
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HB 43
HB 44
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HB 46
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HB 48
HB 49
HB 51
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HB 53
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HB 56
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HB 85
HB 86
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HB 88
HB 89
HB 90
HB 91
HB 92
HB 94
HB 95
HB 96
HB 97
HB 98
HB 100
HB 101
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1992/077-61 Master lists of bills by subject, bill number, and author for the 69th Legislature, Second Called Session, prepared by the Texas Legislative Council, 1986
Ledger of House Bills and Resolutions signed by Governor Mark White for the Second Called Session, 69th Legislature, August 1986
Transmittal letters, Second and Third Called Sessions, 1986
House Bills and Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Second Called Session, 1986
HB 3
HB 13
HB 14
HB 27
HB 32
HB 40
HB 50
HB 64
HB 78
HB 93
HB 99
HCR 1
HCR 2
HCR 3
HCR 15
HCR 16
HCR 18
HCR 19
HCR 23
HCR 25
HCR 26
HCR 27
HCR 28
HCR 30
HCR 32
HCR 33
HCR 34
House Resolutions, 69th Legislature, Second Called Session, 1986
HR 1
HR 2
HR 3
HR 4
HR 5
HR 6
HR 7
HR 8
HR 9
HR 10
HR 11
HR 12
HR 13
HR 14
HR 15
HR 16
HR 17
HR 18
HR 19
HR 20
HR 21
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HR 24
HR 25
HR 26
HR 27
HR 28
HR 29
HR 30
HR 31
HR 32
HR 33
HR 34
HR 35
HR 36
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HR 38
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HR 40
HR 41
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HR 46
HR 47
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HR 50
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HR 53
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HR 55
HR 56
HR 57
HR 58
HR 59
HR 61
HR 62
HR 63
HR 64
HR 65
HR 66
HR 67
HR 68
HR 69
HR 70
HR 71
House Resolutions, 69th Legislature, Second Called Session, 1986
HR 72
HR 73
HR 74
HR 75
HR 76
HR 77
HR 78
HR 79
HR 80
HJR 1
HJR 2
HJR 3
HJR 4
HJR 5
HJR 6
HJR 7
HJR 8
HJR 9
HJR 10
HJR 11
HJR 12
HJR 13
HCR 4
HCR 5
HCR 7
HCR 8
HCR 9
HCR 10
HCR 11
HCR 12
HCR 13
HCR 14
HCR 15
HCR 16
HCR 17
HCR 18
HCR 19
HCR 20
HCR 21
HCR 22
HCR 24
HCR 29
HCR 31
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1992/077-59 Senate Bills and Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Second Called Session, 1986
SB 10
SB 11
SB 26
SB 28
SB 31
SB 40
SCR 1
SCR 4
SCR 8
SCR 12
SCR 18
Senate Bills and Resolutions Filed Without Signature by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Second Called Session, 1986
SB 2
SB 3
SB 4
SB 5
SB 6
SB 7
SB 8
SB 9
SB 12
SB 13
SB 14
SB 15
SB 16
SB 18
SB 19
SB 20
SB 21
SB 22
SB 23
SB 24
SB 25
SB 27
SB 29
SB 30
SB 32
SB 33
SB 34
SB 35
SB 36
SB 37
SB 38
SB 39
SB 41
SB 42
SB 43
SB 44
SB 45
SB 46
SB 47
SB 48
SB 49
SB 50
SB 51
SB 52
SB 53
SB 54
SB 55
SB 56
SCR 2
SCR 3
SCR 4
SCR 6
SCR 7
SCR 9
SCR 10
SCR 11
SCR 13
SCR 14
SCR 15
SCR 16
SCR 17
SCR 19
SCR 20
SR 1
SR 17
SJR 1
SJR 3
SJR 4
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1992/077-63 House Bills Signed by Governor White, 69th Legislature, Third Called Session, 1986
HB 1
HB 2
HB 3
HB 4
HB 5
HB 6
HB 7
HB 8
HB 9
HB 10
HB 11
HB 12
HB 13
HB 14
HB 15
HB 16
HB 17
HB 18
HB 19
HB 20
HB 21
HB 22
HB 23
HB 24
HB 25
HB 26
HB 27
HB 28
HB 30
HB 31
HB 32
HB 33
HB 34
HB 35
HB 36
HB 37
HB 38
HB 39
HB 41
HB 42
HB 43
HB 44
HB 45
HB 46
HB 47
HB 48
HB 50
HB 51
HB 52
HB 53
HB 54
HB 55
HB 56
HB 57
HB 58
HB 59
HB 60
HB 61
HB 62
HB 63
HB 64
HB 65
HB 66
HB 67
HB 68
HB 69
HB 70
HB 71
HB 72
HB 73
HB 75
HB 76
HB 77
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1992/077-64 HB 78
HB 79
HB 80
HB 81
HB 82
HB 83
HB 84
HB 85
HB 85
HB 86
HB 87
HB 88
House Resolutions Signed by Governor White, 69th Legislature, Third Called Session, 1986
HCR 1
HCR 2
HCR 3
HCR 4
HCR 5
HCR 6
HCR 7
HCR 8
HCR 9
HCR 10
HCR 11
HCR 12
HCR 13
HCR 14
HCR 15
HCR 16
HCR 17
HCR 18
HCR 19
HCR 20
HCR 21
HCR 22
HCR 23
HCR 24
HCR 25
HCR 26
HCR 27
HCR 28
HCR 29
HCR 30
HCR 31
HCR 33
HJR 1
HJR 2
HJR 3
HJR 4
HJR 5
HJR 6
HJR 7
HJR 8
HJR 9
Common House Resolutions, 69th Legislature, Third Called Session, HR 1 thru HR 83, 1986
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1992/077-62 Senate Bills and Resolutions Signed by Governor Mark White, 69th Legislature, Third Called Session, 1986
SB 1
SB 2
SB 3
SB 4
SB 5
SB 6
SB 7
SB 8
SB 9
SB 10
SB 11
SB 12
SB 13
SB 14
SB 15
SB 16
SB 17
SB 18
SB 21
SB 22
SB 23
SB 24
SB 25
SB 26
SB 27
SB 28
SB 29
SB 30
SB 31
SB 32
SB 33
SB 34
SB 35
SB 36
SB 37
SB 38
SB 40
SB 41
SB 42
SB 43
SB 44
SB 45
SB 46
SB 47
SB 48
SB 49
SB 50
SB 51
SB 52
SB 53
SB 54
SCR 1
SCR 2
SCR 3
SCR 4
SCR 5
SCR 6
SCR 7
SCR 8
SCR 9
SCR 10
SCR 11
SCR 12
SCR 13
SCR 14
SCR 15
SCR 16
SCR 17
SCR 18
SCR 19
SJR 1
SJR 2
SJR 3
SJR 4
Senate Common Resolutions, 1986:
SR 3
SR 12 thru SR 15
SR 17
SR 20 thru SR 53
SR 55 thru SR 70
SR 72
SR 74 thru SR 77
SR 79
SR 80
SR 82 thru SR 86
SR 88 thru SR 93
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1992/077-65 Bill Analyses, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983
HB 2 - HB 500
HB 501 - HB 897
HB 908 - HB 1488
HB 1500 - HB 1999
HB 2005 - HB 2452
SB 1 - SB 294
SB 302 - SB 595
SB 606 - SB 899
SB 901 - SB 1438
SJR 20
Bill Analyses, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, 1985
HB 2 - HB 393
HB 403 - HB 899
HB 900 - HB 1193
HB 1201 - HB 1393
HB 1401 - HB 1787
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1992/077-66 HB 1802 - HB 1992
HB 2001 - HB 2256
HB 2259 - HB 2453
HB 2454 - HB 2522
HCR 1 - HCR 259
SB 1 - SB 201
SB 203 - SB 398
SB 401 - SB 599
SB 601 - SB 797
SB 802 - SB 994
SB 1002 - SB 1270
SB 1272 - SB 1359
SB 1360 - SB 1487
SCR 47 - SCR 188



 

Governor's Office files, 1982-1986,
1 cubic ft.

The governor of Texas serves as the chief executive officer of the state. Records are correspondence, memos, reports, legal documents, clippings, and other materials dating from 1982 to 1986 from Governor Mark White's office. Records relate to the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC), the settlement of Ruiz v. Estelle, prison overcrowding, new prisons, and use-of-force in prisons; Texas Education Association funding; a "white oil" dispute in the Panhandle; and correspondence to Governor-Elect White from the public regarding legislation, particularly the helmet law for motorcyclists.
Arrangement
Materials are arranged by topic.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Governor's Office files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1991/106
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on March 7 and April 10, 1991.
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1991/106-53 Texas Department of Corrections (TDC):
[2 wallets]
Ruiz case, 1985
Report of monitor Belazis concerning Section II, C of the Decree Granting Equitable Relief and Declaratory Judgment, 1983
Appendix to report of monitor Belazis, 1983
Budget material, 1985
Executions, 1983-1984
Prison issues, 1985
TDC, 1983-1984
Meriwether, Hershel, 1983-1985
Pardons, paroles, executions, 1983-1984
TDC, 1983-1985
Prison facilities, 1983
Prison farm facility, 1983
Prison reform, 1983
White oil, 1983-1985, undated
TEA (Texas Education Association) funding, 1986
[2 folders]
Correspondence regarding legislation, 1982
[2 folders]



 

Executive Assistant to the Governor's subject files, 1982-1986,
1.4 cubic ft.

The Executive Assistant worked closely with Governor White on projects which needed immediate or personal attention. Records consist of subject files containing correspondence, memos, notes, clippings, photographs, printed material, press releases, agenda, lists, and other materials, dating from 1982 to 1986. Subjects include education, economic development, emergency situations, Capitol restoration, prison construction, nursing homes, Outer Continental Shelf litigation, and state agencies. Gerald Hill was executive assistant in 1984. Jim Turner became executive assistant in 1985. Clif Drummond served as executive assistant from 1985 to 1986.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by subject.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Executive Assistant to the Governor's subject files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1991/141
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on April 25, 1991.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
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1991/141-82 Adjutant General's Office, 1984
Aging, Department on, 1984-1986
All American Pipeline, 1985-1986
A&M University, 1986
Appointments, 1984
Architect--Capitol, 1986
AT&T, 1986
Austin Association of Teachers, 1984
Austin Chamber of Commerce, 1984
Big Brother/Big Sister Project, 1982-1986
Capitol, 1984
Cattleman's Association, National, 1984
Chevron, 1985
Child Support Enforcement, Governor's Commission on, 1985-1986
Client Assistance Program, 1984
Cogeneration, 1985
Community Leadership, Office of, 1984
Consumer Affairs Council, 1984
Corrections, Texas Department of, 1985-1986
Correspondence--Procedures to follow in typing letters for Governor White's signature, 1983-1984
Criminal Justice Division, 1984
Cypress Semiconductor, 1985
Education, State Board of, 1984
Environmental Coalition, Texas, 1985-1986
Environmental Protection Agency, 1984
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1991/141-83 Film Commission, 1984
General Correspondence--Governor, 1984
General Tire Plant, 1985
Governor's Commission for Women, 1982-1984
Gramm-Rudman, 1986
Grill, Ray, 1986
Gulf Shrimping, 1986
Hannah, David, 1986
Heard, Oliver S., 1985-1986
Heart of Texas Regional Review Committee, 1984
Hill, John, 1985
Home Port, 1986
Insurance, State Board of, 1985-1986
Labor & Standards, Department of, 1984
Lamar University, 1986
Mexico earthquake, 1985-1986
Mitsubishi aircraft, 1985-1986
Momoyama-Gakiam (exchange program with Japan), 1986
Mont Belvieu, 1985-1986
National Guard, 1984
New York trip, 1986
Nuclear waste programs, 1986
Nursing home reform, 1984
OCS (Outer Continental Shelf) meeting, September 5, 1984
Pardons and Paroles, Board of, 1984
Parks and Wildlife, Department of, 1984-1986
Pharmaceutical Association, Texas, 1986
Presidio Bridge, 1986
Research Council, National, 1986
Secretary of State, 1984
Sierra Club, 1986
Southern Pine Beetle, 1986
Sunset Advisory Commission, 1984
Sweetwater disaster, 1986
Tax revision, 1986
Texas State Teachers' Association, 1984
Thomas Care Center, 1986
Toyota, 1985
Valley View Energy Corporation, 1984
Water Commission, Texas, 1986
WIC (Women Infants and Children) programs, 1986
White letters, Governor, 1984-1986
World Trade Council, 1985-1986



 

Mary Hardesty's files, 1981-1986, undated,
1.4 cubic ft.

Mary Hardesty served as Special Assistant for Research and Policy Coordination from 1983 to 1984. She then served as Director of Special Programs (or Deputy Assistant for Special Projects) from 1985 to 1986. Hardesty was also a part of Mark White's staff during his term as Attorney General. Records consist of subject files and correspondence files maintained by Mary Hardesty from 1981 to 1986 and undated. Subject files contain correspondence, speeches, memoranda, and other materials from 1981 to 1986 and undated. Topics covered include education, health and fitness, children, economic development, and the environment. Correspondence files date 1986 and cover Sesquicentennial celebrations, the visit to Texas by Prince Charles, abortion, Main Street Projects, and an economic development film. Types of materials include correspondence, memos, speeches, clippings, printed material, photographs, cassette tapes, poetry, and articles.
Arrangement
Records are divided between subject files and correspondence files. Arrangement is alphabetical within each of the two segments.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Mary Hardesty's files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Accession Information
Accession number: 1991/141
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on April 25, 1991.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
To listen to the audiocassettes please contact the Archives staff.
Box
1991/141-86 Subject files:
Appointments, 1983-1986
Arts and theatre, 1982-1986
Attorney General, 1981-1982
Children, 1983-1985
Community leadership, 1983-1985
Correspondence, 1983-1985
Criminal justice, 1983-1985
Economic development, 1984-1985
Education, 1983-1986, undated
Environment, 1981-1984
Freedom of Information request, 1982-1983
Gifted and Talented, Texas Association for the, 1982-1986, undated
Health, 1983-1985
Higher education, 1984-1985
Inaugural address, 1983
Juvenile justice, 1983-1986
Keep Texas Beautiful, 1985-1986
Legislation, 1983-1984
London trip, 1985-1986
Main Street projects, 1984-1985, undated
Memoranda, 1983-1984
Miscellaneous, 1983-1986
Personnel, 1983-1986
Physical fitness, 1984-1986
White: biographical material, 1983-1986, undated
Correspondence files:
A - C, 1986
D - H, 1986
I - M, 1986
N - X, form letters, 1986



 

Administrative Assistant's subject files, 1968-1987, undated, bulk 1983-1986,
6 cubic ft.

The administrative assistant provided support services to Governor Mark White as he carried out his duties as governor. Records consist of subject files kept by Governor Mark White's administrative assistant for White's use. Materials date from 1968 to 1987, undated, bulk 1983-1986, and include correspondence, memos, reports, resolutions, press releases, proposals, printed material, and other types of records. Subjects covered include education (including information on House Bill 72), criminal justice, environment, health, legislation, and energy. There are also files on individuals, task forces and projects, state agencies, and state and national organizations. Judy Robinson served as White's administrative assistant from 1983 to 1985. Sheila Simmons served from 1985 to 1987. Subject files A-C and O-Z are missing from Judy Robinson's files. Subject files A-E and P-Z are missing from Sheila Simmons' files. A folder listing for Robinson's missing files is available in the processing folder.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by administrative assistant, then subject.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Administrative Assistant's subject files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1991/141
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on April 25, 1991.
Box
1991/141-64 Judy Robinson's files
Committee on Disabled Persons, 1984
Communications industry in Texas, 1983
Communities Organized for Public Service (COPS), 1983
Community Development Program, 1983
Community Development Project Fund, 1983
Cook Funeral Home property, 1983
Cook, Grant, 1984
Coordinating Board, 1980-1984
Council of State Governments, 1982-1983
County auditors, 1983
Cox, Ed, Jr., 1983-1985
Crime Stoppers, 1983
Criminal Justice Division, 1982-1985
Crump, Thomas R., 1983
CSX Corporation, 1984
CURE (Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants), 1983
Democratic Governor's Association, 1983-1984
Democratic Governor's Conference, 1982-1983, undated
Democratic National Committee, 1983-1985
Department of Agriculture, 1983
Department of Education, 1983
Department of Energy - particle beam accelerator, 1985
Department of Public Safety, 1983-1985
Deregulation - natural gas, 1983
Directory of Texas City Officials, 1984
Disaster aid, 1983, 1985
Double decking, 1983
Drug/alcohol abuse programs, 1983-1984
Economic Development Administration, 1983-1984
EDB (ethylene dibromide), 1984
Box
1991/141-65 Education, 1979-1985
[2 wallets]
Election information, 1983-1984, undated
Election results - Gramm/Kubiak, 1983-1984
Ellaithy, Randa Taleb, 1984
Emergency Food and Shelter Program, 1983
Emergency Jobs and Unemployment Funds Task Force, 1983
Emergency legislation, 1983, undated
Emergency management, 1982-1983
Employee Retirement System, 1984
Employment of the handicapped, 1983
Energy Conservation Fund, 1983
Environmental Protection Agency, 1982-1983
Equal Employment Opportunity, 1983
Ethics, 1983
Box
1991/141-66 FBI investigation into civil rights violations, 1973-1982
FICA (Federal Insurance Contributions Act), 1983
Flag Day, 1983-1984
Food Stamp Program, 1984
Fort Hood Officers' Club, 1984
Gasohol, 1983
Gift list, 1984
Good Neighbor Commission, 1983
Goodtime Law, 1984
Governor initiated, 1984-1985
Governor's favorite films, 1983
Governor's Mansion, 1983-1985
Governor's Office, 1983, undated
Governor's speech to legislature, between 1983 and 1987
Governor's Task Force on Immigration, 1983
Governor's Utility Regulation Amendments, between 1983 and 1987
Grants, 1983
Gulf-SOCAL (Southern California Gas Company) merger, 1984
Hardesty, Bob, 1984
Hardy Tollway, 1982-1983
Hazardous waste management, 1984
Health care, 1983-1984
Health Facilities Commission, 1984
Health insurance, 1984-1985
High level (nuclear) waste, 1985
Highways (including Highway 190), 1968, 1983-1984
Horseracing, 1981-1985
Horses (cruelty case), 1983, undated
House Committees, 1983
House seats, 1983
Hurricane Alicia, 1982-1983
Icemaker, 1983
IDB (Industrial Development Bond) Legislation, 1983-1984
Immigration Task Force, 1983
Inauguration, 1983
Inc. 500, 1983-1984
Indigent health care, 1985
Insurance, 1983, 1985
Interest rates, 1983
Interstate Oil Compact Commission, 1983-1984, undated
Israel, 1983-1984
Japan, 1983
Jobs for Texans, 1983
Job Training Partnership Act, 1983-1984
Box
1991/141-67 Joint Committee on Farmworker Insurance, 1983
Joint Select Committee on Fiscal Policy, 1984
Jordan, Barbara, 1984
Judicial education funding, 1983
Kennedy, Edward M., 1983-1984, undated
KKK (Ku Klux Klan), 1983
Labor and Standards Committee, 1984
Lanier, Bob, 1985
Legislation, 68th Session, 1983
Legislative, 1985
Legislative Budget Board, 1983
Legislative packet, 1984-1985
Letters to the editor, 1983
Longhandle Custom Smoker, 1985
Lower Colorado River Authority, 1984
Low level (nuclear) waste, 1985
Lucas, Henry Lee, 1983-1985
McLane Industries, 1983, 1985
McColpin, John Kerr, 1984
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers), undated
Malakoff (power plant), 1984
Management audits, 1984
Mansfield Club, 1984
Mental Health Association in Texas, 1983
Mexican American Legislative Caucus, 1983, 1985
Mexico, 1983
Mobil Oil lawsuit, 1983
Narcotics, 1985
National Association of Realtors, 1983
National Governor's Association, 1982-1985
National Guard, 1983-1984
National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association, 1983
Natural gas, 1983-1985
Natural resources and environment, 1983
Nominations, 1983
Nuclear waste, 1983-1984
Box
1991/141-84 Sheila Simmons' files
Education:
Higher, 1986-1987
[3 folders]
Higher, Texas A&M, 1986
Higher, University of Texas, 1986
Higher, Select Committee, 1986
Public, 1985-1986
Public, teachers, 1986
Employment Commission, Texas, 1986
Financial Institutions:
Banks, 1985-1986
Savings and Loans, 1986
General Land Office, 1985-1986
Governor:
Miscellaneous, 1986
MW (Mark White) 35, 1986
MW 36, 1986
MW 39, 1986
Governor's Office:
Acting governor, 1985-1986
Airplanes, 1985-1986
Appointments, 1986, undated
Community leadership, 1986
Disabilities, Council on, 1984-1986
EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity), 1986
General Counsel, 1985-1986
Governor's seal, undated
Grievance procedures, 1986
Memos, 1985-1986
Miscellaneous, 1986
Policies and procedures, 1985-1986
Press, 1985-1986
Programs, 1986
Scheduling/invitations, 1986
Speeches, 1986
Staff, 1986
Texas admiral, 1986
Women, Commission for, 1985-1986
Health and Human Services:
Human services - miscellaneous, 1985-1986
Medical, 1986
Trauma deaths, about 1983
Highways and public transportation:
General, 1985-1986
Litter, 1986
Historical Commission, 1986
Box
1991/141-85 House of Representatives:
Speaker of the House, 1985-1986
Members, 1985-1986
Indians, 1985-1986
Insurance, 1985-1986
IOCC (Interstate Oil Compact Commission), 1986
Labor unions, 1986
Legislation:
Black Caucus, 1986
Future Issues, 1986
Southern Regional Primary Bill, 1986
Legislative reports, 1986
[2 folders]
Legislature:
69th - Regular, 1985
First Called Special Session, 1985-1986
Second Called Special Session, 1986
Third Called Special Session, 1986
Proclamations, 2nd and 3rd Called Sessions, 1986
Mental health and mental retardation, 1986
National Guard, 1985-1986
Nuclear waste:
High level, 1985-1986
Low level, 1984-1985
Oath of Office, 1983, undated
Phillips Land Sale, 1986
Proclamations, State, 1985, undated
Public Safety, Department of:
General, 1985-1986
Emergency management, 1985-1987
Parks and Wildlife, 1979-1986
[2 folders]



 

Staff Services files, 1979-1987, undated,
105.5 cubic ft.

The Staff Services Office served as the central filing location for the Governor's Office correspondence. Records consist of correspondence files and the Staff Services director's files dating from 1979 to 1987. Letters sent to the Governor and his staff and their replies make up the bulk of the Staff Services files. Records are divided into subseries for director's files and correspondence files.
Organization
The staff service files were organized into two subseries:
Director's files, 1979-1985, bulk 1983-1985, 0.8 cubic ft.
Correspondence files, 1983-1987, 104.7 cubic ft.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the subseries), Staff Services files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1992/077
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on March 12 and 16, 1992.
Director's files, 1979-1985, undated, bulk 1983-1985,
0.8 cubic ft.
Records are the files of Linda Pearson, Director of Staff Services from 1983 to 1985, undated. Materials date from 1979 to 1985 and document the process of answering mail from the public and preparing mailouts for Governor Mark White. Records consist of memos, form letters, drafts of letters, mailing lists, 8-inch floppy disks, and mag(netic) cards. Files contain memos to and from Pearson's supervisor, Jim Nelson, Chief of Staff; lists of state and local officials; thank you letters to firemen and Texas Rangers; and form letters on economic development, education, and disasters.
Arrangement
Arrangement is in no particular order, although similar subjects are sometimes grouped together.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Director's files, Staff Services files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Technical Requirements
Records contain information on 8-inch computer disks. Researchers wishing to view any of the information on these tapes or disks should consult with Archives staff and be aware that the archives may not own the equipment needed to access some information. Some information on the disks may be exempted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, and the disks themselves may or may not still be readable.
Box
1992/077-120 Press mailouts, 1984-1985
Texas Response Task Force, 1985
Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, 1985
Miscellaneous letters, 1984
County judges letters, 1985
Chairman Dingell, Rodino and Wirth, undated
Oil producers letter, 1985
Galveston storm, 1983
Physical fitness, 1982
Forward Tallahassee, 1984
Texas Management Seminar, 1984
Democratic Sweep Luncheon - Houston, 1984
Minority business enterprise, 1984
Governors Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse, 1984
Low level nuclear waste letters, 1985
Ranger thank you, 1985
Boy scout, 1983
Portrait of America (press), 1983
Luncheon invite, 1984
OIL flight members, 1984
Judicial concerns, 1983
Constitution, 1983
Germany invite (projects), 1983
Chemical people, 1983
MCC (Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation) Luncheon, May 24, 1984
Educational letter, 1985
United Way, 1984
Education, 1984
Thanks transportation, 1983
Firemen list (Capitol fire), 1983
Megatrend letter, 1985
Educational reform, 1984
Jaycees letter, 1985
State agency mailouts, 1984
Equal Education Opportunity Plan, 1985
'85 Health Fair Health Fitness, undated
Past governors letters, 1979
Governors list, undated
Letters to Congressional Delegation, 1983-1984
Congressional list, 1982, undated
Congressmen, undated
Telephone letter, 1983
HR (House Resolution) 3194, 1983
Jim Austin (French schools), undated
Nelson memos, 1984-1985
Administrative memos - distributed to staff, 1983-1985
Telephone numbers, 1985
Telephone directories for outside office, 1984
Texas State Directory, 1985
Directions for Governor White letter, 1983
Production letter - Hardesty, 1985
Foundation, 1985
Economic Development Film - letter, 1985
Hardesty speech, 1983
Hardesty file, 1984-1985
Mayors list, undated
State Agency List Article I, undated
House and Senate lists, 1984
Criminal Justice lists, undated
Office of Governor list, 1979-1980
Council on Disabilities correspondence, 1984
Goodman (Terry Reed), 1983-1985
Sheriffs and Chief Police lists, 1985
Correspondence files, 1983-1987,
104.7 cubic ft.
Correspondence files consist of letters from concerned citizens around the world (most from Texas) and replies from the Governor's Office; telegrams originating from the Governor's Office; and correspondence with state officials and legislators, governors of other states, state and federal agencies, and U.S. Congressmen. Incoming letters were addressed to Governor Mark White or various members of Governor's Office staff. Replies were drafted by staff members and signed by White or the staff member. Correspondence and attached materials, including clippings, copies of additional correspondence, legal and financial documents, printed material, and photographs, date from 1983 to 1987.
Organization
The correspondence files were organized into eight subseries by type of correspondent or type of correspondence:
General correspondence, 1983-1987, 96 cubic ft.
Telegrams, 1984-1986, 0.6 cubic ft.
Texas officials and legislators correspondence, 1983-1986, 1.75 cubic ft.
State agency correspondence, 1982-1986, 2.6 cubic ft.
Governors correspondence, 1983-1986, 1.5 cubic ft.
Other states officials correspondence, 1985-1986, 0.15 cubic ft.
Congressional correspondence, 1982-1986, 0.75 cubic ft.
Federal agency correspondence, 1983-1986, 1.35 cubic ft.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Correspondence files, Staff Services files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
General correspondence, 1983-1987,
96 cubic ft.
Records consist of correspondence (some with attachments) between the Governor or members of his staff and Texas residents or other concerned citizens, dating from 1983 to 1987. Most incoming letters have a reply attached or the notation NRN (no response necessary). Some letters have attachments such as newspaper clippings, reports, resumes, legal documents, photographs, and sheet music. These letters seem to be the central correspondence files of the Governor's Office since the replies to the letters are answered by staff from various divisions of the office, including the Governor, Executive Assistant for Administration, General Counsel, Press Secretary, and Legislative Assistant. Subjects include appointments, education, criminal justice, nuclear waste disposal, pending legislation, taxes, health and human services, public utilities, requests for information, and personal concerns of the constituents. Several boxes of records had water damage, mold, and rust. These files were photocopied for preservation purposes and the originals destroyed.
Organization
Correspondence is separated into several date spans: 1983; two groups of 1983-1984; and two groups of 1985-1986. There is no apparent reason for files with duplicate time spans. Organization within each date span is alphabetical by incoming correspondent.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), General correspondence, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White Staff Services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Box
1992/077-129 General correspondence, 1983
Aab - Acevedo
Achebe - Adanarijo
Addison - Akins
Alamia - Allcock
Alldredge - Allen, Ola Mae
Allen, Pamila - Alsup
Altamira - Anderson, Joyce
Anderson, Keith - Andrews
Andringa - Armstreet
Armstrong - Arrfill
Arterburn - Atkins
Atkinson - Averett
Avery, John
Avery, Orville - Azzara
Babb - Bailey, Rick
Bailey, Mrs. Robert W. - Baksh
Box
1992/077-130 Bal - Ban
Bara - Barlow
Barna - Barns
Baro - Barzan
Bascom - Battle
Bauch - Baylor
Beach - BeBe
Beck - Bek
Beli - Belt
Benton, Morada Jane
Ben
Ber - Bern
Berg - Billy
Binder - Bizz
Bjerr - Blakley
Box
1992/077-131 Bla - Bly
Boat - Boh
Bol - Bony
Book - Bosw
Boten - Bows
Box - Boyt
Brad - Branton
Brice - Brist
Brite - Brower
Brown
Browne - Bryson
Box
1992/077-132 Bucey - Bulsterbaum
Bumbera - Burks
Burl - Burr
Burs - By
Cabaniss - Cal
Cama - Camp
Cana - Cant
Cap - Carn
Caro - Cars
Cart - Caru
Carv - Cav
Ced - Chal
Cham - Chan
Box
1992/077-133 Chapa - Chavira
Che - Chu
Ci - Clar
Clas - Clinton
Clod - Cok
Colb - Coly
Comb - Con
Coody - Cootes
Copas - Cour
Cove - Coza
Box
1992/077-134 Cra
Cre - Cri
Cro - Cru
Cu - Cz
Da - Dan
Dar - Davila
Davis - Daz
Dea - Del
Dem - Dez
Box
1992/077-135 Dhahn-Gao - Dickson
Diener - Dippel
DiSabato - Dodson
Doedyns - Dorfman
Dorman - Douglas
Dournir - Drezek
Drigalla - Dudney
Dufer - Duncan
Dundas - Durfor
Durham - Eary
Easley - Edmundson
Edwall - Egner
Ehle - Elkins
Elledge - Ellison
Ellman - Engelke
Engelking - Environmental Policy Center
Box
1992/077-136 Eu - Ez
Fa
Fe
Fic - Fir
Fis - Fiz
Fl
Foa - Fos
Fot - Foz
Fra
Fre - Fry
Fu
Box
1992/077-137 Ga - Gal
Gam - Garcia
Gard - Garr
Gars - Garz
Gas - Gaz
Ge
Gh - Gib
Gic - Gill
Gilm - Gl
Go - Gon
Goo - Goz
Gra - Grah
Box
1992/077-138 Grai - Graz
Gre - Grez
Gri
Gro - Gry
Gu - Gui
Guj - Gw
Ha - Hale
Hall
Halla - Hamilton
Haml - Hamz
Han - Hans
Hant - Harl
Harm - Harris
Box
1992/077-139 Harrison - Hart
Harv - Hats
Hatt - Haz
Hea - Hel
Hem - Hen
Hep - Hez
Hi - Hik
Hil - Him
Hin - Hiz
Ho - Hok
Box
1992/077-140 Hol
Hom - Hop
Hoq - Hou
Hov - Hoz
Hu - Huf
Hug - Hum
Hun - Hus
Hut - Huz
I - In
Io - Iz
J - Jac
Jao - Jaz
Je
Box
1992/077-141 Ji - Johnson, G.
Johnson, H. - Johnson, W.
Johnston - Jona
Jones, A. - Jones, O.
Jones, P. - Joz
Ju
Ka
Ke - Kem
Ken - Kez
Box
1992/077-142 Ki - Kim
Kin
Kip - Kiz
Kl - Kn
Ko
Kr
Ku - Kz
L - Lam
Lan
Lao - Lawh
Lawl - Laz
Lea - Lee
Box
1992/077-143 Lef - Les
Let - Lex
Li - Lin
Lio - Ll
Lo - Lon
Lou - Loz
Lp - Lz
Ma - Mac
Mad - Mak
Mal - Man
Mao - Mart
Box
1992/077-144 Martin
Martinez - Mason
Masot - Mathison
Matley - Maxwell
May - Maz
Mdalel - Megason
Mehner - Merkling
Merrell - Midttun
Miears - Miller, K.
Miller, L. - Millroy
Mills - Mission ISD
Mitchell - Molho
Molina - Monzingo
Na
Ne - Nel
Nem - Nez
Box
1992/077-145 Ni
No - Noz
No
Names
Nu
O - Oe
Of - Ol
Om - Os
Ot - Oz
P - Pa
Par
Pas - Pat
Pau - Paz
Pe - Peg
Box
1992/077-146 Peh - Pep
Per - Perr
Pers - Pf
Ph
Pi - Pik
Pil - Piz
Pl - Pop
Poq - Poz
Pr - Pri
Pro - Pz
Box
1992/077-147 Q
R - Ram
Ran - Rass
Rat - Raz
Rea - Red
Ree
Ref - Rep
Req - Rez
Rh
Ri - Ric
Rid - Riz
Roach - Robertson
Robinson
Box
1992/077-148 Roc - Rof
Rog - Rok
Rolan - Rosca
Rose - Ross, June P.
Ross, R.G. - Ruby
Ruckelshaus - Russell, Anna
Russell, Anna - Rz
Sabin - Salinas, Armando A.
Salinas, Blanca - Salyer
Sam - Sanders, Bud
Sanders, Chris - Sartor
Sasseen - Saylors
Scales - Schauer
Schechter - Schnyder
Schobey - Schumpert
Schurman - Scott, Dwayne
Scott, Frank - Scurlock
Box
1992/077-149 Se - Seg
Seh - Seo
Sep - Sez
Sha
She
Shi - Sho
Shr - Shz
Si - Simm
Simo - Sk
Sl
Sm - Sme
Smi - Smith, I.
Smith, J. - Smith, Q.
Smith, R. - Smz
Box
1992/077-150 Sn
So
Spa - Spe
Spf - Sq
Sta - Stan
Stao - Steh
Stei - Step
Steq - Steu
Stev - Stew
Stex - Ston
Stoo - Strum
Strun - Stz
Su - Sv
Box
1992/077-151 Sw
Sy - Sz
Ta - Taylor, C.
Taylor, D. - Taz
Te - Ter
Tes - Tex
Th - Thomas
Thomb - Thoz
Thr - Thy
Ti
To
Tr - Ts
Box
1992/077-152 Tu - Ty
Ua - Uh
Up - Us
Ut - Ux
Va - Vam
Van - Vaz
Ve
Vi
Vo - Vy
Wa - Wag
Wah - Walker, I.
Walker, J. - Wall
Walm - Ward
Ware - Was
Wat - Waz
We - Wek
Box
1992/077-153 Wel - Wen
Weo - Wez
Wh - White, J.
White, K. - Why
Wi - Wil
Williams, A. - Williams, K.
Williams, L. - Wilr
Wils - Wim
Win - Wiz
Wo - Woo
Wor - Wr
Ww - Wz
X
Ya
Ye
Yoas - Younce
Box
1992/077-154 Young
Youngblood - Yz
Za - Ze
Zi
Zo
Zu
General correspondence, Part 1, 1983-1984
Aaland - Aguilar
Aguilas - Aliano
Allan - Amstutz
Anaya - Appleman
Arambula - Atkins, Susan
Atkins, Victoria - Azzara
Babb - Baker
Balderas - Barlow
Box
1992/077-155 Barnard - Barnhill
Baros - Battles
Baucum - Beaverson
Bechtol - Beimer
Belate - Bem
Benak - Bernard
Berridge - Bills
Binford - Blalack
Blalock - Bohnert
Bolado - Bozeman
Box
1992/077-156 Bracewell - Brewer
Briant - Browell
Brown
Browne - Bullock
Bumbaugh - Burrows
Bursey - Byrn
Cabell - Camras
Canada - Carnley
Box
1992/077-157 Caron - Cartwright
Carver - Chaldekas
Chamerlain - Chavers
Cheatham - Clary
Clasen - Coker
Colbert - Colwell
Comeaux - Contreras
Coody - Coulter
Box
1992/077-158 Cowan - Cox
Crabtree - Cryer
Cubriel - Czajar
Dabaghi - Davila
Davis
Daw - Delsanter
DeMarco - Dezell
Diamond - Dixson, (1985-1986)
Dobiyanski - Dozier
Dragon - Dumic
Box
1992/077-159 Dunahue - Dzuik
Eads - Elton
Embry - Etzel
Eubank - Faustene
Featherly - Flynn
Fobbs - Foster
Fout - Frazier
Box
1992/077-160 Frecia - Fyffe, 1983
Gabel - Garcia, 1983-1985
Gardea - Gaylord
Gdanski - Gilliland
Gilmartin - Gonzalez
Good - Grayson
Grebe - Gressom
Box
1992/077-161 Gribb - Guinn
Gula - Hall
Hallam - Hanson
Harbaugh - Harris
Harrison - Helms, (1985-1986)
Hemphill - Henson
Herber - Hightower
Hildebrand - Hittner
Hoag - Hollaway
Box
1992/077-162 Holley - Holum
Honeycutt - Houston
Hover - Hulsey
Hults - Illgner
Imigrasi - Jackson
Jacob - Jenkins
Jennings - Johnson, Geneva
Johnson, Harlowe - Johnson, Philip
Johnson, R.L. - Jolley
Jones - Joyner
Juarez - Justice
Box
1992/077-163 Kaase - Kazor
Kean - Kemper
Kendall - Kimmons
Kinabrew - Kittock
Kleen - Knox
Koblewski -Kozero
Kraetschman - Kyser, (1985-1986)
La - Lantz
Box
1992/077-164 Law - Leeper
Leff - Lessovitz
Letayf - Linsky
Lipes - Lloyd
Lochard - Logue
Lohrenz - Longscope
Looney - Lovelady
Loveless - Lugaresi
Luna - Lytle
Maas - Makatura
Malandro - Mann, Robert
Mann, Scott - Marsen
Marsh - Martinel
Martinez - Matthews
Box
1992/077-165 Mattiuz - Mazur
Meade - Memorial Drive Elementary School
Menard - Meyka
Michael - Miller, F.E.
Miller, Fred M. - Milloy
Mills - Mjolsness
Moak - Montelongo
Montgomery - Monzingo
Moody - Morgan
Moriarty - Moylan
Muckleroy - My
McAdams - McClaugherty
McClelland - McDowell
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1992/077-166 McEntire - McIver
McKaskle - McSwain
Naden - Neylon
Nguyen - Nye
No Name
Oates - Olson
O'Neal - Pappagallo
Pardue - Patterson
Pattin - Peeler
Peeples - Perez
Perkins - Pharis
Phelan - Pillers
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1992/077-167 Pinder - Pope
Porter - Price, Jesse
Price, Robert - Questad
Quillen - Ramirez, Frank
Ramirez, Graciela - Rash
Rasmussen - Rector
Red - Rego
Reich - Reynerson
Reynolds - Rich
Richard - Rico
Ridder - Rizzoferrato
Roab - Robison
Robledo - Roggen
Roll - Rousseau
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1992/077-168 Rowan - Rust
Sabol - Sanchez
Sandacz - Saylor
Scaramella - Schnell
Schoch - Schwille
Sciligo - Segura
Seibert - Seymour
Shae - Shaw
Shedd - Shurbet
Sibary - Skrove
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1992/077-169 Slabbaert - Smith, Howard
Smith, J. - Snyder
Socha - Spencer
Sperry - Stanton
Staples - Stepp
Sterbenz - Stewman
Stienkemeyer - Stoner
Storey - Styles
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1992/077-170 Sublette - Suzuki
Swaim - Taylor, Carol
Taylor, Dale - Thoem
Thomas - Thorstensson
Thrasher - Tisdel
Tobias - Tomme
Tomkins - Tran
Trant - Truschke
Trusty - Turner
Turney - Untermeyer
Urban - Van Cura
Van de Kamp - Vaughan
Vaughn - Vielmas
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1992/077-171 Viens - Vroom
Waage - Walker
Walter - Wang
Wannemacher - Wayne
Weatherford - Wendler
Wermske - Weymouth
Wheat - White, Joseph
White, Kenneth - Whitworth
Wicker - Willford
Williams - Wilmer
Wilson - Wittenburg
Woerner - Wright
Wu - Young, Carrie
Young, Cecil - Zug
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1992/077-172 General correspondence, Part 2, 1983-1984
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Aamoth - Abbott, Norman
Abbott, W.R. - Ackerman
Acosta - Adams, John
Adams, Joyce - Aebli
Agee - Airheart
Ajaimi - Albritton
Alcantar - Alexander, Ricky
Alexander, Sharon - Allen, George
Allen, H.K. - Alligood
Allinsmith - Alvarado
Alvarez - Andersen
Anderson, Allen - Anderson, Melissa
Anderson, Nancy - Andrews, Luta
Andrews, Marjorie - Anthis
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1992/077-176 Anthony - Arensberg
Argo - Arnoldy
Aronoff - Astley
Atala - Atlas
Aton - Austin
Auten - Ayers
Aylin - Bagley
Bahn - Baker
Balboa - Baranowski
Barbary - Barnard
Barnell - Bartlett
Barton - Baugh
Baughman - Beard
Bearden - Bedell
Bedford - Beiriger
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1992/077-177 Belanger - Beltran
Bembalkar - Beous
Berdan - Berus
Beseler - Bijedic
Biles - Bisig
Bitting - Blalock
Blanchard - Blissit
Bloch - Bode
Boe - Bondurant
Bone - Bournias
Bowden - Boxley
Boyas - Brackett
Bradburn - Bramlett
Branback - Brazzil
Brear - Brewster
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1992/077-178 Briant - Bristol
Britt - Brooks
Broom - Brown, Edward
Brown, Floyd - Brown, Mildred
Brown, N.S. - Bruflat
Brumbeloe - Brysch
Bubeck - Buresh
Burge - Burnham
Burns - Burwell
Bus - Byrum
Caballero - Calvillo
Camacho - Campos
Canady - Carleton
Carlin - Carpenter
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1992/077-179 Carr - Carsten
Carter - Carwin
Casada - Caswell
Catalina - Caywood
Cebulski - Chambliss
Champagne - Chauza
Chavarria - Childs
Chiles - Chrusciel
Chucle - Clark, Catherine
Clark, Dale - Clark II, William H.
Clarke - Clinton
Clonts - Coffman
Coggeshall - Colebrook
Coleman - Compton
Conatser - Conyne
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1992/077-180 Cook - Cooper
Copeland - Cortinas
Cosby - Cowsert
Cox - Crandall
Crane - Crispin
Crispin - Crowell
Crowley - Cummins
Cunningham - Dalrymple
Dalton - D'Annunuzio
Darby - Davenport
David - Davis, Douglas
Davis, Edgar - Davis, Robert
Davis, Sally - Dawson
Day - Deaver
DeBerry - deLarios
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1992/077-181 Del Castillo - Demski
Denaro - Dennis, Donald
Dennis, Frances - Deutser
Dev - Dickenson
Dickerman - DiLorenzo
DiMaio - Dodson
Doerfler - Doolittle
Dorgeloh - Dow
Dowdy - Dozier
Drabik - Dryman
Duarte - Dull
Dunlap - Dupps
Dupre - Dziuk
Eades - Eckhardt
Eddleman - Edwards
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1992/077-182 Eeds - Elizondo
Elkin - Ellis, Grover
Ellis, H.B. - Empey
Ender - Epstein
Erb - Estlinbaum
Estrada - Evans, Rick
Evans, Roy - Fainter
Fair - Fargo
Farhie - Farrar
Farrell - Fayler
Fichera - Findley
Finfer - Fischer
Fischtziur - Fisk
Fitch - Flaniken
Flannery - Flisowski
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1992/077-183 Floberg - Flowers
Floyd - Folsom
Fondren - Forde
Foreman - Fossier
Foster - Fowler
Fox - Francis
Francisco - Franz
Fraser - Freels
Freeman - Frison
Fritscher - Fuchs
Fuentes - Funk
Fuqua - Futrelle
Gabbert - Galley
Galloway - Garcia, Catalina
Garcia, Daniel - Garcia, Valentin
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1992/077-184 Gard - Garren
Garrett - Gavira
Gay - Gentz
George - Gibbs
Gibert - Gil
Gilbert - Gill
Gilman - Gipson
Giri - Glickman
Glidewell - Golan
Gold - Gongora
Gonzales
Gonzole - Gordon
Gore - Goyne
Graham - Graw
Gray - Grayson
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1992/077-185 Grebe - Green
Greenberg - Gregory, Lionel
Gregory, Marguerite - Griffin, Helen
Griffin, Jack - Grimes
Grimland - Grow
Grubb - Guerrero
Guess - Gunzik
Gupta - Guzman
Gwens - Hagy
Hahn - Hale
Halepeska - Hall
Hallam - Hamilton, David
Hamilton, Joanie - Hamrick
Hance - Hannes
Hannigan - Hardesty
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1992/077-186 Hardgrove - Harless
Harley - Harrington
Harris, A. - Harris, P.
Harris, R. - Harston
Hart - Hartshorne
Hartung - Hassman
Hatch - Hawthorne
Haxton - Hazlip
Heacock - Hefner
Hegedus - Helton
Hemberger - Hendriz
Hendry - Henry
Hensel - Hernandez
Herndon - Herseth
Hershey - Hickey
Hickl - Hiler
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1992/077-187 Hill, Alex - Hill, Mary
Hill, Patricia - Hindson
Hineman - Hirst
Hisaw - Hodgson
Hodnett - Hogue
Hoke - Holder
Holderread - Hollis
Hollmann - Holmes
Holsapple - Hooker
Hooks - Hopson
Horacek - House
Housewirth - Howe
Howell - Hubenak
Huber - Huebner
Huenergardt - Hughes, Ernest
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1992/077-188 Hughes, Gary - Hummer
Humphrey - Hunter
Huntoon - Hutcheson
Hutchings - Hyon
Iacocca - Ingold
Ippolito - Izquierdo
Jabbar - Jackson, Peter
Jackson, R. - James
Jameson - Jayroe
Jeanmard - Jennings
Jenschke - Jewett
Jiminez - Johnson, Dick
Johnson, Dorothy - Johnson, J. Vance
Johnson, Katherine - Johnson, Ozell
Johnson, Paul - Jones, Azalee
Box
1992/077-189 Jones, J.A. - Jones, Peter
Jones, Ralph - Jouppi
Jovanovich - Justice
Kabanek - Kaplan
Kaplen - Keane
Kearney - Kellen
Keller - Kellum
Kelly - Kempner
Kendall - Kennedy, Rosemary
Kennedy, Suzanne - Kerwin
Kesler - Keys
Khalili - Kim
Kimbell - King, Henry
King, Jamie - Kirk, Paul
Kirk, Preston - Kittock
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1992/077-190 Kittrell - Klockenbrink
Klotkowski - Knowles
Knowlton - Kollen
Kolstad - Koym
Koza - Kropp
Krovonta - Kyzar
Labadie - Lacina
Lack - Lamb
Lambert - Landrum
Landry - Langkop
Langley - LaRosa
LaRowe - Latif
Latimer - Lawhon
Lawler - Layfield
Layland - LeCroy
Ledbetter - Lee, Eva
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1992/077-191 Lee, Harriet - Lees
LeFave - LeMaistre
Lemar - LeMonde
Lerche - Levatino
Levenson - Lewis, Elaine
Lewis, Harriet - Liedtke
Liendo - Liles
Lillard - Lindsay, L.R.
Lillard - Lindsay, L.R.
Lindsay, Michael - Liss
Lifoff - Llano
Lloyd - Locke, Lisa
Locke, O. Clark - Loftus
Logan - Lomenzo
Lonac - Lonsdale
Loomis - Lorfing
Loring - Lowe, Ralph
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1992/077-192 Lowe, Robert - Lucks
Ludlam - Lusignan
Lusk - Lyon, Albert
Lyon, Dave - Magnon
Magnusson - Mancini
Mandell - Marin
Mark - Martin, Donale
Martin, Elmer - Masaki
Masbruch - Matz
Mauldin - Mazur
Meade - Mello
Melsha - Metcalf
Meurer - Mihelich
Mikeska - Millar
Miller
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1992/077-193 Millington - Mitchell, Glen
Mitchell, H.E.
Montalvo - Moore, Lura
Moore, Michael - Morgan
Morgeson - Mosier
Mosley - Mulvaney
Mumford - Mynhier
McAdams - McCann
McCarley - McColpin
McConnell - McDaniel
McDearmon - McEvoy
McFadzen - McKay
McKee - McMurtry
McNabb - Nall
Namakforoosh - Naylor
Neal - Nelson
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1992/077-194 Nemeth - Neyman
Ngo - Nietenhoefer
Nigh - Northup
Norton - Obregon
O'Brian - Ocker
O'Connell - Okinaga
Oldham - Opsut
O'Quinn - Orton
Osadchey - Overton, J. Allen
Overton, Romi - Owens
Oxley - Palombi
Panko - Parker, O.L.
Parker, Patricia - Pastor
Patch - Payton
Peabody - Pekary
Pell - Perkins
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1992/077-195 Perlin - Peterson
Petete - Pfeiffer
Pham - Phillips, Harry
Phillips, James - Pierce
Pierre - Pittman
Pitts - Pokorney
Polasek - Poore
Poorman - Portnoy
Posey - Powers
Prachyl - Priestley
Prigmore - Puett
Pugh - Quentin
Quibodeaux - Rainey
Rains - Ransom
Rapp - Raymond
Raynes - Reboulet
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1992/077-196 Reck - Reed, Gladyne
Reed, Herman - Reid
Reider - Replogle
Resendiz - Reynolds, Lavinia
Reynolds, Marjorie - Rice
Rich - Richmond
Richter - Rigsby
Rike - Ritter
Rivas - Roberson
Roberts - Robinson, Brooks
Robinson, David - Rodman
Rodrigue - Roewe
Roger - Rolstan
Roman - Rose, Penny
Rose, Robert - Rosson
Rost - Royce
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1992/077-197 Rozelle - Russell, Anna
Russell, Barry - Rutherford
Rutland - Rzeplca
Saatzer - Salem
Salinas - Samford
Salmon, Charles E.
Salmon, Richard - Sanchez
Sandalo - Sanders
Sanderson - Sarver
Sasseen - Saye
Scales - Scheffel
Scheig - Schlottman
Schmalbach - Schneider, Linda
Schneider, Mark - Schronk
Schubert - Schutz
Schwab - Scott, Charles
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1992/077-198 Scott, Darrick - Scroggins
Scruggs - Sebree
Sechelski - Sellers, Harold
Sellers, Ken - Sentesi
Sepulveda - Seymour
Shabazz - Shammas
Shanahan - Shaw, Nancy
Shaw, Patrick - Shell
Shellman - Shick
Shield - Shoptaw
Shore - Sider
Sides - Silvestain
Simank - Simpson, Lisa
Simpson, Michael - Singletary
Singleton - Skinner
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1992/077-199 Skipworth - Sliva
Sloan - Smith, Arnold
Smith, Barbara - Smith, David
Smith, Diane - Smith, Irene
Smith, J. Dallas - Smith, Lue
Smith, Mac - Smith, Richard
Smith, Robert - Smith, Vivian
Smith, Waldo - Snider
Snodgrass - Solly
Solomon - Sovet
Sowell - Spearman
Spears - Spencer
Spendley - Spruance
Spuck - Stamy
Stanberry - Stapp
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1992/077-200 Staring - Stayton
Steadman- Steltzer
Stemen - Stephens, Ronald
Stephens, Waldine - Stevens
Stevenson - Stewart
Steyskal - Stoker
Stokes - Storm
Stotts - Strauss
Strebeck - Stropahl
Strot - Stuart
Stuban - Styles
Suchma - Summerlin
Summers - Sutton
Sveiver - Sweet
Swenson - Szymoniak
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1992/077-201 Tabbs - Tallina
Tally - Tarver
Taschenberger - Taylor, C.R.
Taylor, David - Taylor, Perri
Taylor, Raymon - Teague
Teal - Templeton
Tenberg - Terry
Tesch - Thilleman
Thomas, A.L. - Thomas, Kim
Thomas, Laura - Thomason
Thomison - Thompson, James
Thompson, Jeanie - Thomson
Thorjussen - Thrower
Thummel - Tilson
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1992/077-202 Timbers - Tjelmeland
Tobar - Tomlin
Tomlinson - Toorchen
Toparcean - Touchy
Toupin - Townson
Toxey - Trchalek
Treadgold - Trimm
Triplett - Trulson
Trumbo - Turnbow
Turner - Turbeville
Turcotte - Tyson, H.M.
Ubbes - Upp
Upshaw - Valiente
Valle - Vance
Vandeberg - Van Ryswyk
Van Slyke - Vaughan
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1992/077-203 Vaughn - Vela
Velasco - Vickers, Joy
Vickers, Lee - Vizzetti
Voedenbaum - Vybiral
Wacaster - Wahrmund
Waid - Walker, Iris
Walker, J.A. - Walker-Batson
Wall - Walls
Walraven - Ward, Clarke
Ward, David - Ward, Susan
Warden, Gayle - Warren
Warsing - Washam
Watanabe - Watson
Watt - Webb, Howard
Webb, Jacqueline - Wehring
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1992/077-204 Weib - Welch, Pat
Welch, Robert - Wertz
Wesby - Western
Westin - Whetzel
Whidden - White, Freida
White, Girtha - White, James
White, Jane - White, Ryder
White, Sandy - Whittenburg
Whitter - Wiggett
Wiggins - Wilhoit
Wilk - Williams, Anthony
Williams, Barbara - William, Ival
Williams, Jack - Williams, Kevin
Williams, Larry - Williams, Rodney
Williams, Roger - Williamson
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1992/077-205 Willie - Willsey
Wilson, A. - Wilson, Jerrye
Wilson, Joanne - Windland
Windsor - Wise
Wiseman - Won
Wood - Woodrum
Woods - Worrell
Worsham - Wright, Katie
Wright, L. - Wyatt, Kenneth
Wyatt, Lucy - Ybarra
Yeager - Young, Kristi
Young, Lawrence - Yuchasz
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1992/077-207 B
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1992/077-208 B
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1992/077-209 C
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1992/077-210 C
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1992/077-216 M
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1992/077-218 M
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1992/077-219 O, 1985
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Z, 1986
Telegrams, 1984-1986,
0.6 cubic ft.
Records consist of drafts, carbon copies, and confirmation copies of telegrams sent from Governor Mark White's office from 1984 to 1986. The telegrams offer condolences, greetings, congratulations, and regrets or acceptance of invitations. Some telegrams discuss economic development and efforts to persuade the Navy home port and Saturn automobile plant to locate in Texas.
Arrangement
Arrangement is chronological by month.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Telegrams, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White staff services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1992/077-225 January 1984 through November 1986
Texas officials and legislators correspondence, 1983-1986,
1.75 cubic ft.
Records consist of correspondence files for state officials (including Lieutenant Governor, Comptroller, Attorney General, Treasurer, and Secretary of State) and legislators, which date from 1983 to 1986. Types of records are mainly letters, although some have attachments such as clippings, pamphlets, reports, copies of legislative bills, and photographs. Subjects covered include public and secondary education, House Bill 72, taxes, budget and finances, economic development, regional projects, appointments, thank yous, and requests for Honorary Texan, Yellow Rose, or Admiral in the Texas Navy certificates. Some correspondence has green tags attached or is labeled "green tag," the significance of which is not known. Legislators' correspondence for 1985-1986 contained mold and was photocopied for preservation purposes and the originals destroyed.
Arrangement
State officials correspondence is filed first and covers 1983-1985. Legislators files are organized into two runs, 1983-1985 and 1985-1986. The 1983-1985 correspondence is in one alphabetical run, while the 1985-1986 correspondence is arranged alphabetically under senator or representative.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas officials and legislators correspondence, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White Staff Services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
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1992/077-120 State officials correspondence, 1983-1985
Lieutenant Governor Bill Hobby
Comptroller Bob Bullock
Secretary of State John Fainter
Attorney General Jim Mattox
State Treasurer Ann Richards
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1992/077-121 Legislators correspondence, 1983-1985
All senators and representatives, 1983
Sergeant-at-Arms Hinkle, 1983
Speaker of the House, Lewis, Gibson D., 1983-1985
Agnich, Fred, 1984
Armbrister, Kenneth, 1983-1985
Arnold, Gordon (Doc), 1983
Barrientos, Gonzalo, 1983-1984
Barton, Bob, 1983-1984
Barton, Erwin W., 1983-1984
Berlanga, Hugo, 1983
Blanton, Bill, 1983
Bomer, Elton, 1983-1984
Burnett, Dick, 1983-1984
Bush, Bob, 1983-1985
Cain, David, 1984-1985
Carriker, Steven A., 1983
Carter, Bill, 1984
Cavazos, Eddie, 1983-1984
Ceverha, Bill, 1983, 1985
Clemons, Billy, 1983
Collazo, Frank, 1983-1985
Conelly, D. Barry, 1983-1985
Craddick, Tom, 1984
Criss, Lloyd, 1983-1985
Crockett, Jim, 1983-1984
Danburg, Debra, 1984-1985
Davis, Mark R., 1983-1984
Delco, Wilhelmina R., 1983-1985
Denton, Betty, 1983-1985
Edge, Eldon, 1985
Edwards, Al, 1983-1985
Eikenburg, Frank, 1983-1984
Emmett, Edward M. (Ed), 1984
English, Roy, 1984
Evans, Charles, 1983-1985
Finnell, Charles, 1984
Frank, Barney, 1984
Gandy, Charles, 1983-1984
Garcia, A.C. (Tony), 1983
Gavin, John, 1983
Geistweidt, Gerald, 1984-1985
Gibson, Bruce, 1983-1984
Gilley, Smith E., 1983
Glossbrenner, Ernestine, 1983
Godwin, Kelly, 1985
Granoff, Al, 1983-1984
Green, Gene, 1984-1985
Grisham, Noel, 1983-1984
Hackney, Clint, 1984
Haley, Bill, 1984
Hall, Lanny, 1983-1984
Hall, Tip W., 1983
Hall, William N. (Billy), 1983-1985
Hammond, Bill, 1983
Hanna, Joe C., 1983-1984
Harrison, Dudley, 1983-1984
Heflin, Talmadge, 1985
Hernandez, Joe L., 1983
Hightower, Allen, 1983
Hilbert, Paul J., 1983-1984
Hill, Anita, 1983-1985
Hill, Gerald, 1983
Hill, Patricia, 1983
Hinojosa, Juan, 1983-1985
Hollowell, Bill, 1984-1985
Hudson, David, 1983-1984
Hudson, Samuel W., 1983, 1985
Hury, James, 1983-1984
Jackson, Lee, 1983, 1985
Johnson, Sam, 1985
Jones, Arves E., 1983-1984
Keller, Ray, 1982-1985
Kemp, Hill, 1983
Kubiak, Dr. L.B., 1983-1985
Kuempel, Edmund, 1983-1984
Lee, Don, 1983-1985
Lewis, Neely C., 1984-1985
Lewis, Ron, 1985
Luna, Albert (Al), 1983-1985
Madla, Frank, 1983-1984
Mankins, Jimmy, 1983
Martinez, Roman, 1983
Martinez, Walter, 1983-1984
McKenna, Jan, 1983-1984
McKinney, Mike, 1984-1985
McWilliams, Jim, 1984
Melton, Bob, 1985
Messer, Bill, 1982-1983, 1985
Millsap, Mike, 1983-1984
Morales, Dan, 1985
Moreno, Alejandro (Alex), 1983-1984
Moreno, Paul, 1983-1984
State representatives correspondence, 1983-1986
Adkisson, Tommy, 1985-1986
Armbrister, Kenneth, 1986
Barton, Erwin W., 1985-1986
Berlanga, Hugo, 1986
Blanton, William W., 1986
Buchanan, J.W., 1985
Burnett, Dick, 1986
Bush, Bob, 1986
Cain, David, 1986
Carter, Bill G., 1985-1986
Cary, Reby, 1984
Cavazos, Eddie, 1986
Ceverha, Bill, 1986
Clark, Jerry, 1986
Clemons, Billy, 1986
Collazo, Frank, 1985-1986
Cooper, Anne, 1986
Craddick, Tom, 1986
Criss, Lloyd W., 1983, 1985-1986
Cuellar, Renato, 1986
Danburg, Debra, 1985-1986
Delco, Wilhelmina R., 1983, 1985-1986
Denton, Betty, 1986
Earley, Robert, 1985-1986
Eckels, Robert A., 1986
Edge, Eldon, 1985
Evans, Charles W., 1985-1986
Evans, Larry, 1986
Gibson, Bruce, 1985
Glossbrenner, Ernestine V., 1986
Granoff, Al, 1985-1986
Guerrero, Lena, 1986
Hackney, Clint, 1986
Haley, Bill, 1985-1986
Hall, William B., 1986
Haney, Eugene R., 1985-1986
Harrison, Dudley, 1986
Heflin, Talmadge, 1986
Hilbert, Paul J., 1986
Hollowell, Bill, 1985-1986
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1992/077-122 Hudson, David, 1986
Hunter, Bob, 1986
Johnson, Cliff, 1985
Johnson, Sam, 1985-1986
Jones, Arves E., 1986
Keller, Ray, 1985
Kubiak, L.B., 1985-1986
Lee, Don, 1984, 1986
Leonard, Bob, 1985
Lewis, Gibson D. (Gib), 1983, 1985-1986
Lewis, Ron, 1986
Luna, Albert, 1985-1986
Luna, Gregory, 1985
Madla, Frank, 1985-1986
McDonald, Nancy, 1985
McKenna, Jan, 1986
Medders, Danese, 1986
Melton, Bob, 1985-1986
Messer, William A., 1985-1986
Millsap, Mike, 1985-1986
Morales, Dan, 1986
Moreno, Alejandro, 1986
Oakley, Keith, 1986
Oliveira, Rene O., 1986
Patrick, K.T., 1986
Patronella, David, 1985-1986
Patterson, L.P. (Pete), 1986
Pennington, Randy, 1985-1986
Perry, Rick, 1985
Pierce, George, 1986
Price, Albert J., 1986
Ragsdale, Paul B., 1985
Rangel, Irma, 1985-1986
Richardson, Bob, 1985-1986
Riley, Randall H., 1985
Roberts, Ted, 1985-1986
Robinson, Phyllis, 1985-1986
Rudd, Jim, 1986
Russell, Sam W., 1986
Saunders, Robert, 1986
Schlueter, Stan, 1986
Shaw, Larry Don, 1985-1986
Shea, Gwyn Clarkston, 1986
Short, Alex, 1985-1986
Smith, Richard, 1985
Smith, Terral R., 1986
Stallings, Robert S., 1986
Stiles, Mark W., 1985-1986
Sutton, Lou Nelle, 1986
Tallas, Jim, 1986
Taylor, M.A., 1985-1986
Tejeda, Frank, 1985
Thompson, Gary, 1986
Thompson, Senfronia, 1986
Toomey, Mike, 1985-1986
Uher, D.R., 1986
Valigura, Keith, 1986
Waldrop, Tom, 1985-1986
Wallace, Ralph, 1985-1986
Watson, Ed R., 1986
Whaley, Foster, 1985-1986
Williamson, Richard, 1985-1986
Willis, Doyle, 1986
Willy, John, 1986
Wilson, Ron, 1985-1986
Yost, Jerry, 1986
State senators correspondence, 1983-1986
Barrientos, Gonzalo, 1985-1986
Blake, Roy, 1985-1986
Brooks, Chet, 1985-1986
Brown, J.E. "Buster", 1985
Caperton, Kent A., 1983, 1985-1986
Farabee, Ray, 1985-1986
Glasgow, Bob, 1984-1986
Green, Gene, 1985-1986
Henderson, Don, 1986
Howard, Ed, 1985
Jones, Grant, 1985-1986
Kothmann, Glenn H., 1985-1986
Krier, Cyndi Taylor, 1985-1986
Leedom, John, 1985-1986
Lyon, Ted, 1985-1986
McFarland, Bob, 1983, 1986
Montford, John T., 1985-1986
Parker, Carl, 1985-1986
Parmer, Hugh, 1986
Santiesteban, Tati, 1985-1986
Sarpalius, Bill, 1985-1986
Sharp, John, 1985-1986
Sims, Bill, 1985-1986
Traeger, John A., 1985-1986
Truan, Carlos, 1985-1986
Uribe, Hector, 1986
Whitmire, John, 1985-1986
State agency correspondence, 1982-1986,
2.6 cubic ft.
Records consist of correspondence between the Governor's Office and executive directors, members of boards or commissions, or staff of Texas state agencies. Materials date from 1982 to 1986 and consist of correspondence, with some related records such as reports, newspaper articles, and copies of legislative bills. Subjects include cost-cutting measures, energy conservation, budget, and legislation.
Arrangement
Records are arranged in two separate file runs for 1982-1985 and 1985-1986. The 1982-1985 files do not have separate folders for each agency and only cover agencies A through L. The 1985-1986 files contain individual folders for each agency and cover agencies A through Y. Arrangement is alphabetical by agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), State agency correspondence, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White Staff Services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1992/077-122 State agency correspondence, 1982-1985
A, 1982-1984
B - C, 1983-1984
D - Employment Commission, Texas, 1983-1985
Box
1992/077-123 Employment Commission, Texas - Energy and Natural Resources Advisory Council, Texas (TENRAC), 1983-1984
F - Health Facilities Commission, 1983-1985
Highways and Public Transportation, Department of - Human Resources, Department of, 1983-1985
Human Rights, Commission on - Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education, Commission on, 1983-1984
State agency correspondence, 1983-1986, bulk 1985-1986
A - County and District Retirement System
Box
1992/077-124 Court Administration Office - Surplus Property Agency
Box
1992/077-125 Teacher Retirement System - Youth Council, Texas
Governors correspondence, 1983-1986,
1.5 cubic ft.
Records consist of correspondence between Governor Mark White and his staff and other governors and their staff. Materials date from 1983 to 1986. Subjects range from congratulatory and thank you letters to support of the sanctuary movement and National Governors and Southern Governors' associations' interests.
Arrangement
Governors correspondence is grouped in two date spans, 1983-1985 and 1983-1986, bulk 1985-1986. The 1983-1985 correspondence is arranged alphabetically by governor's name. The later correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name of state. Files for National Governors Association and Southern Governors' Association follow the alphabetical files.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Governors correspondence, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White Staff Services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1992/077-125 Governors correspondence, 1983-1985
Alexander, Lamar, Tennessee, 1983-1985
Anaya, Toney, New Mexico, 1983-1984
Ariyoshi, George, Hawaii, 1983-1984
Ashcroft, John, Missouri, 1985
Atiyeh, Victor G., Oregon, 1983
Babbitt, Bruce, Arizona, 1983-1984
Blanchard, James J., Michigan, 1983
Bond, Christopher S. (Kit), Missouri, 1983-1984
Bordallo, Ricardo J., Governor of Guam, 1983
Branstad, Terry, Iowa, 1983-1984
Brennan, Joseph E., Maine, 1983-1984
Brown, John Y., Kentucky, 1983
Bryan, Richard, Nevada, 1983
Carlin, John, Kansas, 1983-1984
Celeste, Richard F., Ohio, 1983-1984
Clinton, Bill, Arkansas, 1983-1984
Collins, Martha L., Kentucky, 1984
Cuomo, Mario M., New York, 1983-1984
Deukmejian, George, California, 1983-1985
Dukakis, Michael S., Massachusetts, 1983-1984
DuPont, Pierre S., Delaware, 1983-1985
Earl, Anthony S., Wisconsin, 1983-1984
Edwards, Edwin, Louisiana, 1983-1984
Evans, John, Idaho, 1983, 1985
Garrahy, J. Joseph, Rhode Island, 1983-1984
Graham, Bob, Florida, 1983-1985
Harris, Joe Frank,Georgia, 1983
Hughes, Harry R., Maryland, 1983-1984
Herschler, Ed, Wyoming, 1983
Hunt, James B., North Carolina, 1983-1984
Janklow, William J., South Dakota, 1983-1984
Kean, Thomas H., New Jersey, 1983-1985
Kerrey, Bob, Nebraska, 1983-1984
Lamm, Richard D., Colorado, 1983-1984
Matheson, Scott M., Utah, 1983
Nigh, George, Oklahoma, 1983-1984
Olson, Allen I., North Dakota, 1983-1984
O'Neill, William A., Connecticut, 1983
Orr, Robert D., Indiana, 1983-1984
Perpich, Rudy, Minnesota, 1983-1984
Riley, Richard W., South Carolina, 1983-1985
Robb, Charles S., Virginia, 1983-1985
Rockefeller, John, West Virginia, 1983-1984
Romero-Barcelo, Carlos, Puerto Rico, 1983-1985
Schwinden, Ted, Montana, 1983-1984
Sheffield, William, Alaska, 1983-1984
Snelling Richard A., Vermont, 1983-1984
Spellman, John, Washington, 1983-1984
Sununu, John H., New Hampshire, 1983-1984
Thompson, James R., Illinois, 1983-1984
Thornburgh, Dick, Pennsylvania, 1983-1985
Treen, David C., Louisiana, 1983-1984
Wallace, George C., Alabama, 1983
Winter, William F., Mississippi, 1983
Box
1992/077-126 Governors correspondence, 1983-1986, bulk 1985-1986
George C. Wallace, Alabama, 1985-1986
Bill Sheffield, Alaska, 1985-1986
Bruce E. Babbitt, Arizona, 1985-1986
Bill Clinton, Arkansas, 1984-1986
George Deukmejian, California, 1985
G.P. Lloyd, Cayman Islands, 1985
Richard D. Lamm, Colorado, 1986
William A. O'Neill, Connecticut, 1985
Michael N. Castle, Delaware, 1985-1986
D. Robert Graham, Florida, 1985-1986
Joe Frank Harris, Georgia, 1985-1986
George R. Ariyoshi, Hawaii, 1986
John V. Evans, Idaho, 1985-1986
James R. Thompson, Illinois, 1985-1986
Terry Branstad, Iowa, 1985
John W. Carlin, Kansas, 1985-1986
Martha Layne Collins, Kentucky, 1985-1986
Edwin W. Edwards, Louisiana, 1985-1986
Joseph E. Brennan, Maine, 1985-1986
Harry R. Hughes, Maryland, 1985-1986
Michael S. Dukakis, Massachusetts, 1983-1986
James J. Blanchard, Michigan, 1985-1986
Rudy Perpich, Minnesota, 1985-1986
William A. Allain, Mississippi, 1985-1986
John Ashcroft, Missouri, 1985-1986
Ted Schwinden, Montana, 1985-1986
Robert Kerrey, Nebraska, 1983-1986
Richard H. Bryan, Nevada, 1985
Thomas H. Kean, New Jersey, 1985-1986
Toney Anaya, New Mexico, 1985-1986
Mario M. Cuomo, New York, 1985-1986
James G. Martin, North Carolina, 1985-1986
George Sinner, North Dakota, 1985-1986
Richard F. Celeste, Ohio, 1985-1986
George Nigh, Oklahoma, 1985-1986
Richard L. Thornburgh, Pennsylvania, 1985-1986
Edward D. DiPrete, Rhode Island, 1985-1986
Richard W. Riley, South Carolina, 1984-1986
William J. Janklow, South Dakota, 1985-1986
Lamar Alexander, Tennessee, 1985-1986
Norman Bangerter, Utah, 1985-1986
Madeline M. Kunin, Vermont, 1985-1986
Gerald L. Baliles, Virginia, 1986
W. Booth Gardner, Washington, 1985-1986
Arch A. Moore, Jr., West Virginia, 1985-1986
Anthony S. Earl, Wisconsin, 1985-1986
Governors' associations, 1983-1986
National Governors Association, 1983-1986
[2 folders]
Southern Governors' Association, 1983-1984
Other states' officials correspondence, 1985-1986,
0.15 cubic ft.
Records consist of correspondence with legislators and officials of other states. Materials date from 1985 to 1986. Subjects include a regional primary, organization of state government, highway system, tax structure, voter registration, and radioactive waste.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by state.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Other states' officials correspondence, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White Staff Services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1992/077-126 Florida, 1986
Hawaii, 1986
Kansas, 1985
Maine, 1985
Michigan, 1985
Minnesota, 1985
Nebraska, 1985-1986
Nevada, 1986
New Hampshire, 1986
New Jersey, 1986
New York, 1985
Pennsylvania, 1985-1986
Vermont, 1986
Virginia, 1986
Washington, 1986
Congressional correspondence, 1982-1986,
0.75 cubic ft.
Records consist of Governor White's correspondence with United States senators and representatives, especially those from Texas. Materials date from 1982 to 1986 and cover national issues that have an impact on Texas, such as radioactive waste, highways, and drug abuse. Significant correspondents include Senators Lloyd Bentsen and John Tower and Representatives John Bryant, Ronald Coleman, and Kika de la Garza. A file entitled Congressional Delegation contains copies of White's letters to Texas' senators and representatives. Another file contains information on House Resolution 4863, 99th Congress, 2nd Session.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by Congressman, followed by the two subject files.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Congressional correspondence, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White Staff Services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1992/077-126 Andrews, Michael A., 1984-1986
Archer, Bill, 1986
Armstrong, William L., 1983
AuCoin, Les, 1985
Bartlett, Steve, 1985-1986
Barton, Joe, 1985-1986
Baucus, Max, 1984
Bennett, Charles E., 1985
Bentsen, Lloyd, 1983-1986
[2 folders]
Boren, David L., 1985-1986
Boulter, Beau, 1985
Bradley, Bill, 1986
Box
1992/077-127 Brooks, Jack, 1985-1986
Bryant, John, 1983-1986
Bumpers, Dale, 1982-1986
Bustamente, Albert, 1985-1986
Byrd, Robert C., 1983
Chafee, John H., 1983
Chapman, Jim, 1985-1986
Cochran, Thad, 1985
Coelho, Tony, 1985
Coleman, Ronald, 1985-1986
Combest, Larry, 1986
Cranston, Alan, 1986
DeConcini, Dennis, 1983-1986
de la Garza, Kika, 1985-1986
DeLay, Thomas D., 1986
DeLugo, Ron, 1986
Dole, Robert, 1985-1986
Domenici, Pete V., 1985
Exon, J. James, 1986
Faschell, Dante, 1986
Fields, Jack, 1985
Ford, Wendell H., 1985
Frank, Barney, 1986
Frost, Martin, 1985-1986
Glickman, Dan, 1985
Gonzales, Henry B., 1985-1986
Gramm, Phil, 1985
Grassley, Charles E., 1983-1984
Hall, Ralph, 1985-1986
Hall, Sam B., 1985
Harkin, Tom, 1985
Hart, Gary, 1985
Hatch, Orrin G., 1984
Hatcher, Charles, 1985
Hatfield, Mark O., 1983
Hawkins, Paula, 1984
Helms, Jesse, 1984-1985
Hollings, Ernest F., 1983-1984
Howard, James J., 1985
Huddleston, Walter D., 1983
Humphrey, Gordon J., 1986
Jepsen, Roger W., 1984
Johnston, J. Bennett, 1983
Jones, James R., 1985
Kennedy, Edward M., 1983
Kostmayer, Peter, 1986
LaFalce, John J., 1986
Leahy, Patrick J., 1984
Leath, Marvin, 1985
Leland, Mickey, 1985-1986
Lowry, Mike, 1985
Lugar, Richard G., 1985-1986
Lujan, Manuel, 1986
Markey, Edward J., 1985
Mathias, Charles McC. Jr., 1984
McCurdy, Dave, 1985
Miller, George, 1986
Mitchell, Parren, 1985
Nickles, Don, 1983
O'Neill, Thomas P., 1986
Ortiz, Solomon P., 1985-1986
Packwood, Bob, 1983
Pickle, J.J., 1985-1986
Pressler, Larry, 1985
Randolph, Jennings, 1984
Rangel, Charles, 1985-1986
Rinaldo, Matthew J., 1984-1985
Rodino, Peter, 1985
Saxton, H. James, 1985-1986
Simpson, Alan K., 1983
Solarz, Stephen, 1985-1986
Specter, Arlen, 1984
Stafford, Robert T., 1983
Stenholm, Charles, 1983, 1986
Swift, Al, 1983
Symms, Steven D., 1985
Thurmond, Strom, 1984-1985
Tower, John G., 1983-1984
Udall, Morris K., 1986
Wallop, Malcolm, 1983
Waxman, Henry A., 1986
Wilson, Charles, 1985-1986
Wright, Jim, 1985-1986
Congressional Delegation, 1983-1985
HR 4863, 99th Congress, 2nd Session, undated
Federal agency correspondence, 1983-1986,
1.35 cubic ft.
Records consist of correspondence between the Governor's Office and federal agencies, with dates covering 1983-1986. Subjects include the Outer Continental Shelf dispute, taxes, health care, and economic and environmental concerns. Files include separate folders for President Ronald Reagan and Vice President George Bush.
Arrangement
Files are arranged alphabetically by name of agency, with Reagan's and Bush's files at the end.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Federal agency correspondence, Correspondence files, Texas Governor Mark White Staff Services files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1992/077-127 A - Education, Department of, 1983-1986
Box
1992/077-128 Emergency Management Agency - White House, 1983-1986, bulk 1985-1986
President Ronald Reagan, 1983-1986
Vice President George Bush, 1986



 

Reading files, 1983,
7.47 cubic ft.

The reading files served as a sampling of requests and opinions received from the public, gathered for the governor's use as a sampling of requests and opinions received from the public. Records consist of photocopies of letters to Governor Mark White and his replies, original letters to the governor with carbons of his replies attached, and original letters to the governor without replies. Correspondence dates from 1983. Letters provide citizens' opinions on bills that were before the legislature or were waiting for the governor's signature. Some letters are recommendations for appointments to boards and commissions. Subjects include dogfighting, teacher pay raises, education, taxes, the prison system, highways, child abuse, insurance, employee and retiree benefits, economic conditions, and welfare. A post-it note explained that the correspondence without replies happened because the typist did not use carbon paper and the replies were not photocopied.
Arrangement
Reading files are organized in three groups, and each is arranged chronologically. Groups are copies of correspondence with reply (arranged by reply date), original correspondence with reply (arranged by reply date), and correspondence with no reply attached (arranged by month of letter or month of receipt).
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Governor Mark White reading files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1991/141
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on April 25, 1991.
Box
1991/141-68 Copies of correspondence with reply
March 1983
[1-16 of 19 folders]
Box
1991/141-69 March 1983
[17-19 of 19 folders]
April 1983
[12 folders]
May 1983
[1-1 of 13 folders]
Box
1991/141-70 May 1983
[2-13 of 13 folders]
June 1983
[1-5 of 11 folders]
Box
1991/141-71 June 1983
[6-11 of 11 folders]
July 1983
[9 folders]
August 1983
[1-2 of 12 folders]
Box
1991/141-72 August 1983
[10-12 of 12 folders]
September 1983
[6 folders]
October 1983
[1-2 of 8 folders]
Box
1991/141-73 October 1983
[3-8 of 8 folders]
November 1983
[3 folders]
December 1983
[1-7 of 13 folders]
Box
1991/141-74 December 1983
[8-13 of 13 folders]
Original correspondence with reply
March 14, 1983
March 15, 1983
March 16, 1983
March 17, 1983
May 6, 1983
May 13, 1983
May 17, 1983
Correspondence without reply
February 1983
March 1983
[3 folders]
April 1983
[1-3 of 5 folders]
Box
1991/141-75 April 1983
[4-5 of 5 folders]
May 1983
[3 folders]



 

Press Office files, 1982-1987, undated,
62.87 cubic ft.

The Governor's Press Office arranged interviews and press conferences, prepared press releases and proclamations, created clipping files, and served as the liaison with the public. Records consist of quote files, press conference transcripts, press releases, press clippings, proclamations, staff correspondence and subject files, and word processing disks. Materials date from 1982 to 1987. Ann Arnold served as Press Secretary from 1983 to 1986.
Organization
The Press Office files were organized into seven subseries:
Governor's quote files, 1982-1986, undated, 2.3 cubic ft.
Press conference transcripts, 1983-1986, 2.1 cubic ft.
Press releases, 1983-1986, 8 cubic ft.
Press clippings, 1983-1987, 35 cubic ft.
Proclamations, 1983-1986, 9 cubic ft.
Staff files, 1982-1986, undated, 5.47 cubic ft.
Word processing disks, 1984-1986, undated, 1 cubic ft.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the subseries), Press Office files, Texas Governor Mark White records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1991/141
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by former Texas Governor Mark White on April 25, 1991.
Technical Requirements
Records contain information on 8-inch computer disks. Researchers wishing to view any of the information on these tapes or disks should consult with Archives staff and be aware that the archives may not own the equipment needed to access some information. Some information on the disks may be exempted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, and the disks themselves may or may not still be readable.
Governor's quote files, 1982-1986, undated,
2.3 cubic ft.
Records consist of excerpts from press conference transcripts, copies of correspondence, memoranda, and news clippings and articles which date from 1982 to 1986. These materials were organized to provide easy access to the Governor's thoughts on a variety of subjects. Files cover topics from agriculture and AIDS to voter registration and wiretapping.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by subject.
Box
1991/141-9 Accomplishments, 1983-1984
Agriculture, 1983, undated
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), 1985-1986
Air safety, 1983
Airplane, 1984
Alamo flag, 1986
Alaska, 1983
All American Oil Pipeline, 1986
Amusement Machine Tax, 1983
Appointed School Board, 1984
Appointments, 1983-1985
Appropriations Bill, 1983
AT&T, 1986
Austin, 1984
Barbecue, 1983
Basketball, 1983
Battleship Texas Commission, 1983
Billboards, 1983
Bill signings, 1983
Blue Law, 1985
Boards and commissions, 1983-1984
Border, 1983-1985
Brucellosis, 1983
Campaign funds, 1986
Cancer, 1985
Capitol, 1983
Casino gambling, 1983
Child Support Enforcement Month, 1983
Children, 1983-1984
Christmas memories, December 1983
Clements, Bill, 1983, 1986
College closings - mergers, 1986
Colleges and universities, 1983, 1985
Commendations/awards, 1984
Community Development Block Grants, 1983
Computer software tax, 1983
Constable, 1983
Constitution, 1983
Credit Card Interest Rate Bill, 1983-1984
Credit life insurance, 1983
Crime victims, 1984
Criminal justice, 1983-1984
"Dallas" cameo, 1985
Directed Area Responsibility Team, 1983
Deaf, School for the, 1983
Death penalty, 1983-1985
Debate, 1986
Delta crash, 1985
Desegregation case - colleges and universities, 1983
Diesel fuel, 1985
Disaster/emergency, 1983-1984
DPS (Department of Public Safety), 1983
Drinking age, 1985
DWI, Drinking [sic] While Intoxicated, 1983
Drought, 1983-1984
Drugs, 1985
Economic development, 1983-1984
Economy, 1982-1986
Education, 1984-1986
Education: Select Committee on Public Education, 1983-1984
Education Excellence Fund, 1983
Elderly, 1983-1984
Elections, 1984-1985
El Paso Border Development Office, 1983
Emergency medical systems, 1983
Employment, 1983-1984
Energy conservation, 1983
Enterprise zones, 1983
Environment, 1983-1984
Equalization of education, 1983-1984
Ethics, 1983
Fair Labor Standards, 1985
Farm Workers Compensation Bill, 1983-1984
Fees, 1985
Film Commission, 1984
Finance Statements, 1983
Freeze, 1984
Future political plans, 1983-1985
Gambling, 1985
Gasohol, 1983
Gasoline tax, 1983
Lenell Geter Case, 1983
Goddess of Liberty, 1986
Governor's campaign, 1983-1984
Governor's Citizens Assistance Office, 1983
Grenada, 1983
Growth Initiatives for Teachers Programs to Texas (GIFT), 1985
Gulf State Utilities, 1985
Haley, Bill, 1983
Hance, Kent, 1985
Health issues, 1983-1984
Highway funding, 1983-1985
Hispanics/Voting Rights Act, 1982-1983
Holocaust Museum, 1985
Horses, 1984
HJR (House Joint Resolution) 19, 1983
Housing, 1983
Houston, 1983
Hunger, 1983, 1986
Hunting and fishing, 1983
Illegal aliens, 1983
Immigration, 1983-1984
Inaugural, 1983
Income Tax Report, 1986
Box
1991/141-10 Indigent health care, 1985
Industry, 1983
Insurance, 1984
Interest rates, 1982-1983
Japan and Toyota, 1985
Job training, 1983-1984
Joint Session Address, 1983
King, Martin Luther, 1983
Ku Klux Klan, 1983
Leadership, 1983
Lease-Purchase, 1986
Legislative continuance, 1983
Legislative leaders, 1983
Legislative priorities, 1983
Legislative tactics, 1983
Legislature, 1983
Lewis, Gib, 1983
Liquor, 1985
Lobbyists, 1983
Lucas, Henry Lee, 1986
Luxury taxes, governor's proposal (sin taxes), 1983
Maisel, Margaret, 1985
Manges, 1983
Manges, Mobil Oil Suit, 1983
Mattox, 1983
MCC, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, 1983
McClellan, Carole, 1983
Main Street Project, 1983
Mental health facilities, 1983-1985
Messages to legislature, 1983
Messer, Bill, 1985
Mexico, 1983, 1985
Minority, 1984
Minority enterprise, 1983
Mont Belvieu, 1985
Museum, 1983
National Guard, 1984
New Federalism, 1983
1984 Senate Race, 1983
Natural Gas Deregulation, 1983
No Pass, No Play, 1985-1986
Nuclear Attack Bill, 1983
Nuclear waste, 1983-1985
Nursing homes, 1983
Offshore leases, 1984
Oil and gas, 1982-1986
Oil prices, 1986
Open Container Bill, 1985
Open meetings/records, undated
Opinion polls, 1984
Organized Labor Rhetoric, undated
[This folder is empty.]
Padre Island, 1983
Pardons and paroles, 1983
Pari-mutuel betting, 1983-1986
Parks and Wildlife, 1983, 1986
Permanent University Fund, 1983
Perot, 1983-1984
Personal questions, 1983-1984
Pickens, T. Boone, (Phillips Petroleum), 1984
Playroom, 1984-1986
1984 Presidential, 1983-1984
Press availability, 1983
Press Conference Opening Statements, 1983
Press conferences (location of), 1983
Prisoner swap, 1983
Prisons, 1983-1986
Property tax, 1982
Public Utility Commission, 1983-1986
Radio ads copy, 1982
Reagan, 1983-1985
Redistricting, 1983
Refugee orphans, 1983, 1985
Republican Party, 1985
Retail business climate, 1983
Roloff, 1986
Ruiz vs. Estelle, 1981-1985
Savings and Loans, 1985
School prayer, 1983-1984
Schools, 1983
Seat Belt Law, 1985
Securities, 1985
SEDCO Lawsuit Settlement, 1983
Select Committee on Higher Education, 1985
Sesquicentennial, 1985
Sixth Congressional District, 1983
Size of state government, 1982
Smoking, 1985
Softball, 1983
South Korean commercial jet liner, 1983
South Texas Nuclear Project, 1984-1985
Special session, 1983-1986
Speed limit, 1986
Staff appointments, 1983-1984
Standardized tests for college sophomores, 1985
State agencies, 1983-1986
State Democratic Party/SDEC (State Democratic Executive Committee), 1984
State employees, 1983-1986
State-federal relations, 1983
State of the Union response, 1983
Steen, 1983
Strake, George, 1983-1984
Student issues, 1982
Task forces, 1983
Tax reform, 1986
Taxes/budget:
1986
1985
1984
1983
Teacher drug-testing, 1986, undated
Teacher pay issue, 1983-1984
Teachers, 1983-1986
Telecommunications, 1985
Telephone rate hike, 1985
Texas Conservation Corps, 1984
TDC (Texas Department of Corrections), 1985
TDCA (Texas Department of Community Affairs), 1983-1985
Texas Employment Commission, 1983-1984
Texas Historical Foundation, 1984
TENRAC (Texas Energy and Natural Resources Advisory Council), 1983
Traffic safety, 1983-1985
Transition, 1983
Transplants, 1983-1984
Transportation, 1983-1985
Box
1991/141-11 Trips by governor, 1983-1985
TV ads for other issues, 1983, 1985
Unemployment compensation, 1982-1986
U.S./Mexico border relief, 1983
Universities, 1984-1985
Utilities, 1982-1985
Valley, 1984
Veterans affairs, 1983
Veterans job training program, 1983
Vetoes, 1983
Videotaped meetings, 1985
Voter registration, 1984
Water plan, 1985
Watt, James, 1983
White campaign loan, 1983-1984
White oil, 1985
Wiretapping, 1983
Women, 1983-1986
Workers compensation, 1985
Workfare Bill, 1983
Yarbrough, Don, 1983
Press conference transcripts, 1983-1986,
2.1 cubic ft.
Records consist of transcripts of press conferences held by Governor White which date from 1983 to 1986. Conferences were mainly held at the State Capitol in Austin although a few were held in cities around the state and in Washington, D.C. Several conferences were held jointly with other prominent individuals, including H. Ross Perot, chairman of the Select Committee on Public Education. Subjects discussed include education, brucellosis quarantine, and budget and tax issues. Researchers should also check the audiovisual materials series for videotapes and audiotapes of press conferences.
Arrangement
Arrangement is chronological.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Press conference transcripts, Texas Governor Mark White Press Office files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1991/141-11 Transcripts, January 20, 1983 thru February 17, 1984
Box
1991/141-12 Transcripts, February 29, 1984 thru May 2, 1985
Box
1991/141-13 Transcripts, May 9, 1985 thru June 12, 1986
Press releases, 1983-1986,
8 cubic ft.
Records are statements issued by the Governor's Press Office, correspondence, articles, news clippings, copies of laws, and other materials dating from 1983 to 1986. The press releases provide the governor's thoughts on legislative issues, the budget, crime, disasters, education, grants, oil, prominent people, and newsworthy events. If several topics or key names are included in one press release, the release is filed under each term.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by topic.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Press releases, Texas Governor Mark White Press Office files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1991/141-1 A&M University Hoblitzelle Research and Demonstration Farm, 1984
Academic Decathlon Team of J.J. Pearce High School, 1986
Academy Life Insurance Company, 1984
Accomplishments (assorted titles), 1983-1985, undated
[5 folders]
Acid rain, 1984
Adams, Herman, 1984
Adult Literacy Council, 1986
Agriculture, 1986
Agricultural import quotas, 1986
"Ag Unity Rally" at Lubbock Civic Center, 1985
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 1983
Airplane, statistical, 1984
Airplane, Governor's trip, 1984
Alaska, Governor's comments on, 1983
ALCOA (Aluminum Company of America), 1986
Alcoholism, 1983
Alliance '83, Governor's conference, 1983
Alumax Mill products, 1984
American Federation of Teachers, 1984
Amplifone, 1984
Anti-crime program, 1986
Appointments (assorted titles), 1983-1985
[5 folders]
Appropriations Bill, 1986
Architect, Capitol, Roy Graham, 1985
Architect, Capitol, Roy Graham's press releases, 1985-1986
Arkansas-Texas Football Game, 1985
Arts Awards, Texas, 1985
Astronauts of Space Shuttle Challenger, 1986
Atom-Smasher (assorted titles), 1984
[2 folders]
Attorney General opinions, 1983
Autry, James David, 1984
"Backyard Story," 1984
Bailey, Ashley, 1983
Balcones Research Campus, 1986
Banking Legislation, federal, 1986
Banks, 1985-1986
Barefoot, Thomas, Governor's comments, 1983
Barefoot, Thomas A., execution, 1984
Barrow, Charles W., Justice of Supreme Court, 1984
Baseball bet, 1986
Basketball team, Houston Madison Marlins, 1985
Battleship Texas, 1984
Beautify Texas Council, 1983-1984
Beirut bombing, 1983
Bellcore, 1985
Beneficial Corporation, 1986
Bills and resolutions signed by Governor or filed without signature, Special Session, 69th Legislature, 1986
Bills and resolutions signed by Governor, Second Called Session, 68th Legislature, 1984
Binder, Johnny, 1983
Biographies, Governor and Mrs. White, 1983-1986
Black History Month in Texas, 1985
Black media, undated
Blue Cross Blue Shield, 1985
Blue Law Bill, 1985
Bobbitt, O.P. "Bob," 1985
Boeing, Inc., 1986
Bonds (assorted titles), 1986
[5 folders]
Book collection, Pforzheimer, 1986
Border Economic Development, Interim Task Force on, 1986
Border Governor's Conference, 1984
Boyle, Jim - Public Utility Council, 1986
Bright, Bum, 1985
Brock, Kenneth, 1986
Brownsville - AMPLIFONE, 1984
Brucellosis (assorted titles), 1983, 1986
[3 folders]
Brumley, Jon, 1986
Budget (assorted titles), March 11, 1983-August 15, 1986
[33 folders]
Bullock, Bob (assorted titles), April 7, 1983-July 7, 1986
[6 folders]
Bullock, Bob, press releases, 1983-1986
Burlington Northern, 1985
Canvass of returns, special election, U.S. Represenative District 6, 1983
Capitol architect, 1985
Capitol restoration, 1985
Carriage House at the Mansion, 1984
Casey Family Program, 1984
Cattle market, 1986
Central Power & Light, 1985
Chemical people, 1983
Child Abuse (assorted titles), February 9, 1984 to October 15, 1986
[11 folders]
Child Support Enforcement, Texas Commission on, 1985
Box
1991/141-2 Cisneros, Mayor Henry, 1983
Citizens Assistance Office, Aid to Eric Scott Hogan, 1983
Classroom Management and Discipline Program at Southwest Texas State University, 1986
Clean Air Act, 1983
Coaches Association, Texas, 1985
Coast Guard Academy, 1984
Coastal Barrier Resources System, undated
Communities in Schools Advisory Council, 1985
Community Achievement Awards, Governor's, 1983-1986
[4 folders]
Community Development Block Grant Program, 1983
Comptroller's revenue estimate, 1986
Computer network, 1983
Conservation Corps, Texas (assorted titles), June 29, 1984 to December 13, 1985
[5 folders]
Constitutional Amendment #3, 1983
Constitutional amendments, 1986
CONVENIO, 1986
Corrections, Texas Department of (assorted titles), November 9, 1983-October 23, 1986
[5 folders]
Corrections Association, American, 1984
Cotton Bowl game, 1984
Council of Governments, 1983
Credit Card Interest Rate Bill, 1983
Credit insurance, 1983
Crime, 1986
Crime Prevention Institute, Texas, 1983
Crime Prevention Month in Texas, 1986
Crime Stoppers (assorted titles), 1983-1986
[17 folders]
Crime Victim Awareness Forum, 1984
Crime Victims Clearinghouse, Texas, 1984
Crime Victims Assistance, 1985
Crime Victims, Victims of Crime Advisory Council, 1986
Criminal Activity Watch, 1985
Criminal Justice (assorted titles), 1983-1986
[5 folders]
Dallas Cowboys-Washington Redskins bet, 1983
Deaf Smith County, 1986
Death sentence, 1984
Debate, gubernatorial, 1986
De La Rosa, Jesse, 1985
Democratic National Convention speech, 1984
Democratic response to President Reagan's Speech, 1983
Democratic Convention, 1986
Desegregation issue, colleges and universities, 1983
Developmental Disabilities, Governor's Planning Council for, 1983
Developmental Disabilities Grants, 1984
Diamond Shamrock, 1985
Disabilities, Council on, 1985
Disabled Persons, Governor's Committee for (assorted titles), 1984-1985, undated
[3 folders]
Disaster (assorted titles), January 21, 1983 to September 18, 1986
[115 folders]
Box
1991/141-3 Disaster Emergency Funding Board, March 29, 1984
Disaster Relief Fund (assorted titles), February thru October 1984
[6 folders]
Disaster Unemployment Assistance, March 1984
[2 folders]
Discipline, Conference on Partnerships for Effective, 1984
DPS (Department of Public Safety) grant, 1986
Drought relief, 1983
Drought tour, 1983
Drug interdiction efforts, 1986
[2 folders]
Drug Trafficking (assorted titles), 1984-1985
[3 folders]
Drugs, War on, 1986
Drug Campaign "Just Say No," 1986
Drug Interdiction Program, 1986
Drug testing of teachers, 1986
Durbin, Clyde, parole, 1985
East Texas State University, 1986
Easter egg hunt, 1983
Easter Seal Society, Texas, 1983
Economic development (assorted files), 1983- 1986
[8 folders]
Editors (newspaper), 1983
Editors, 1984
Education, Select Committee on Public (assorted titles), June 15, 1983 to March 16, 1984
[4 folders]
Education (assorted titles), July 1, 1983 to November 20, 1986
[33 folders]
Education meetings (assorted titles), May 15 to June 2, 1986
[4 folders]
Education, Select Committee on Higher, 1985
Education Act, Higher, 1985
Education Agency, Texas, 1985
Education Commission of the States, Steering Committee, 1986
Educational Excellence and Economic Growth, National Conference on, 1984
Educational Opportunity Act of 1984
Elderly, Long-Term Care Coordinating Council for the, 1984
Election, general, 1984
Electromechanics, Center for, 1986
El Paso Diecasting, 1985
Emergency Management, Governor's Division of, 1983
EMS (Emergency Medical Services network), 1985
Emergency messages, 68th Legislature, 1983
Emergency messages to 69th Legislature, 1985
Eminent Scholars Program, 1983
Employment Commission, Texas (assorted titles), 1983, undated
[3 folders]
Energy Conservation programs, 1985
Energy Innovation Awards, 1984-1985
[2 folders]
Energy management, 1985
Energy Program, Texas Home, 1984
Energy, 1984
Energy Summit (assorted titles), 1986
[4 folders]
Environmental Protection Agency (assorted titles), 1983, 1985
[4 folders]
Equal Employment Opportunity, Governor's Office of, 1983
Erwin, Al, 1984
Execution (assorted titles), 1984-1986
[10 folders]
Exxon Corporation settlement, 1986
Executive orders, 1983-1986
Fainter, John, 1984
Family Farm and Ranch Advisory Committee, 1983
Farm family, 1985
Farm tour, 1986
Farmers, 1986
Farmers Union, 1986
Farmworker Insurance (assorted titles), 1983
[2 folders]
Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 1983
Film Commission, Texas, 1983-1984
"Fina Academic All-Star Football Team," 1985
Financial institutions, 1985
Fire, 1983
First Lady of Girl Scouting, 1983
Fish fry, 1983
Fishing regulations, 1986
Flags, half-staff, 1983
Flower Garden Coral Reef (assorted titles), 1983
[2 folders]
Food Drive, state agency, 1984
Food program, federal, 1983
Football coaches, 1985
Football wagers, 1984-1985
Fort Worth, 1986
Freedom Bowl Game, 1984
French delegation, 1984
Funeral Home, Cook Walden, 1983
Galveston Bay shrimping and netting boundaries, 1986
General Telephone Company, 1985
General Tire & Rubber Company, 1985
German High Speed Consortium, 1985
Gift program, 1985
Goddess of Liberty (assorted titles), 1985- 1986
[4 folders]
Good Neighbor Commission of Texas Annual Award, 1984
Governor's column, 1983
Governor's Progress Report, 1984
Governor reports transcripts, 1983-1984
Box
1991/141-4 Governor's salary, 1983
Governor's statements on bills he signed during 3rd Called Session, 69th Legislature, 1986
Gramm-Rudman, 1986
Grants (assorted titles), February 4, 1983 to December 23, 1985
[116 folders]
Box
1991/141-5 Grants (assorted titles), January 2, 1986 to January 14, 1987
[42 folders]
Greer, DeWitt C., 1986
Gregory, Judge Pat, 1983
Grumman Corporation, 1986
Gulf States Utilities (assorted titles), September 26, 1985 to August 26, 1986
[5 folders]
Halloween coupons, safe, 1983
Hance, Kent (assorted titles), 1985-1986
[2 folders]
Hazardous waste (assorted titles), February 29, 1984 to December 23, 1985
[11 folders]
Health care (assorted titles), 1983-1985
[3 folders]
Helicopter, 1985
Hereford (Texas) speech, 1985
Hidalgo County, 1984
High Tech Week in Texas, 1984
Highway (assorted titles), 1983-1986
[6 folders]
Hilliard, Cora, 1985
Hispanic Arts Endowment, National, 1984
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, U.S., 1984
Hispanics, 1983
Hogan, Eric Scott, 1983
Home Energy Assistance Program, 1984
Honduras trip, 1985
Horses, 1984
Housing Agency, Texas, 1983
Houston Chamber of Commerce, 1985
Houston Lighting & Power (assorted titles), 1985
[3 folders]
Hughes, Judge Sara Tilghman, 1985
Human Rights, Texas Commission on, 1984
Hurricane Alicia, 1983
Hurricane Bonnie, 1986
Hurricane exercise, 1984
Illegal aliens, 1986
Immigrant Education Aid, 1984
Immigration, Governor's Task Force on, 1983-1984
[4 folders]
Immigration, 1983-1984
[2 folders]
Import quotas, 1986
INC. magazine, 1983
Indigent health care legislation, 1985
Indigent Health Care Task Force, 1984
Industrial Development Bonds, 1984
Inhalant Abuse, Governor's Task Force on, 1984
[3 folders]
Insurance (assorted titles), 1984-1986
[3 folders]
International Paper Company, 1985
INVENT (Institute for Ventures in New Technology), 1983
Interstate Oil Compact Commission, 1984-1986
[3 folders]
Israel, 1984
[2 folders]
Japan, 1985
Job Training Coordinating Council, State, 1983-1984
[3 folders]
Job Training Partnership Act, 1983-1986
[10 folders]
Jobs Bill, 1983
Emergency Jobs and Humanitarian Aid Program, 1983
Emergency Jobs and Unemployment Trust Fund Task Force, 1983
Johnson Space Center, 1986
Jordan, Barbara, 1984
Judge, 1983
[2 folders]
Judiciary, Governor's Conference on the, 1983
Juneteenth celebration, 1986
"Just Say No" to Drugs Campaign, 1986
Juvenile Justice Education Project, 1985
Box
1991/141-6 Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, 1984
[2 folders]
King, Martin Luther, 1986
Ku Klux Klan announcement, 1986
Labor Day Weekend, 1985
Labor-Management Relations, Governor's Task Force on Advancement of, 1986
Lady Longhorns and UT Women's Swimming and Diving Team, 1986
Law enforcement officers, 1985
Legislative Budget Board, 1986
Legislative mail-outs, 1984
Letters to the editor, 1983-1986
Lewis, Speaker Gib, 1983, 1986
[3 folders]
Liability insurance, 1986
Life Insurance Company, Academy, 1984
Liver Donor Fund, Children's, 1983
Loeffler, U.S. Congressman Tom, 1985, undated
[2 folders]
Lone Star Steel, 1986
Lucas, Henry Lee, 1985
LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) Convention, 1986
McCotter, Lane, 1985-1986
[2 folders]
Mail, Governor's, 1983-1984
Main Street Cities, 1983-1985
[3 folders]
Main Street Project, 1983
Main Street Revitalization Program, 1984
MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) Lawsuit, 1986
Management Development Center, Governor's, 1984
Mansion, Governor's, 1983
[2 folders]
Mark W. Michael Prison Unit Dedication, 1986
Market Assistance Program (MAP), 1986
Matagorda Bay, East, 1986
Mattox, Jim, 1983
MCC (Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation), 1983
[2 folders]
McKaskle, Dan "Red," 1984
Medicaid "Cap," 1984
Meet the Press, 1986
Mental health-mental retardation, 1985
Mentally Retarded Individuals, 1986
Merit radiators, 1984
Mexican earthquake and relief (assorted titles), 1985-1986
[7 folders]
Milk and dairy activities of TDC, 1983
Milk Processing Plant, 1983
Milton, Charles, execution, 1985
Minority and women owned business in Texas, 1985
Minority Business Enterprise, Governor's Advisory Committee on, 1983-1984
Minority media mailing list, 1984, undated
Missing Persons Hotline, 1986
Mondale-Ferraro rally in Austin, 1984
Montemayor, Ruben, 1985
Morin, Steven Peter, 1985
MOSTEK Corporation, 1985
Motorcycle Operator Training and Safety Program Act, 1983
"Mr. South Texas," 1984
Narcotics Abuse and Control, House Select Committee on, 1986
National Governor's Association, 1983
National Guard, Texas, 1986
National League Championship Series, 1986
National Press Club, 1984
Natural Gas Market Policy Act of, 1984
Navy Homeport (assorted titles), 1984-1986
[7 folders]
New Year's resolutions, 1984
Nobel Prize in Medicine winners, 1985
Nongame Stamp Fund, Texas, 1984
No Pass/No Play, 1985-1986
[6 folders]
Northen, Mary Moody, 1986
Nuclear waste (assorted titles), 1983-1986
[16 folders]
Nursing homes, 1983
O'Bryan, Ronald Clark, 1984
Ocean incineration (assorted titles), 1984- 1985
[8 folders]
Offshore Oil and Chemical Spill Response, Governor's Task Force on, 1984
[2 folders]
Oil and gas (assorted titles), 1985
[7 folders]
Oil related issues (compilation), releases on, 1986
Oil spill, 1984
Organ Transplants, Coordinating Committee to Facilitate, 1983-1984
[3 folders]
Outer continental shelf (assorted titles), 1984-1986
[20 folders]
Parks and Wildlife (assorted titles), 1985-1986
[3 folders]
Parole (assorted titles), 1983, 1985
[3 folders]
Pass/Play, 1986
Passenger Safety Month Proclamation, 1984
Box
1991/141-7 Pearce High School, J.J., 1986
Pebble Project Press Conference, 1984
Pena, Gilbert J., 1983
Permanent school funds, 1986
Perpich, Governor Rudy, 1984
Peso devaluation, 1983-1984
[2 folders]
Pforzheimer Book Collection, 1986
Photographic portrait of Texas, 1984
Physical Fitness, Governor's Commission on, 1985
Pinkerton, Jay Kelly, 1986
Polls, 1985-1986
POW-MIA (Prisoner of War - Missing in Action) Proclamation, 1985
Prayer, 1984
Press Conference, Governor's, 1983
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, 1985
Principals, elementary and secondary, 1985
Prison construction, 1986
Prison inmates, 1984
Prison lawsuit, 1985
Prisons, 1986
[10 folders]
Procunier, Ray, 1985
Prosecution, Governor's Conference on, 1984
Public Utility Commission (assorted titles), 1983-1986
[10 folders]
Public utility regulation reform, 1983
Purchasing and General Services Commission (assorted titles), 1986
[2 folders]
Questionnaires, 1983-1986, undated
Radiator manufacturing plant, 1984
Radio watch, neighborhood, 1985
Railroad Commission Bill, 1985
Ramsey, Ben, 1985
Rapid Response Team, 1985
Reagan's '87 Budget Proposal, 1986
Redistricting of House of Representatives, 1983
Re-election announcement, Governor's, 1986
Revenue estimate, Comptroller's, 1986
Revenue sharing, 1985
Rio Grande Border States 1st Regional Conference on Parks and Wildlife, 1985
Rio Grande Valley, 1983
Robotics Research Institute, Advanced, 1984
Rosson, Peggy, 1985
Ruiz Lawsuit, 1985
Ruiz Settlement, proposed, 1986
Rural Crisis Awareness Month, 1986
Russian delegation, 1985
Safety Belt Day in Texas, 1986
Salvation Army Centers, 1983
San Angelo trip, 1984
San Jacinto Battleground, 1984, 1986
[2 folders]
San Jacinto Monument, 1983
Sanne, Charles, 1985
Saturn Plant, 1985
Savings and Loans, 1986
Scholarship Program, Community Service (assorted titles), 1986
[2 folders]
School districts, rollback elections, 1983
School finance issue, 1983
Science and Technology Council, Texas, 1984-1986
[9 folders]
Seat Belt Law, 1986
Service Delivery Areas, Job Training Partnership Act, 1983
Sesquicentennial Conference on the Literary Arts, Governor's, 1986
Severe Weather Preparedness Week, 1983
Sex Offender Treatment, Interagency Council on, 1984
Shandera, Charles, 1984
Shipwreck Act, Abandoned, 1985
Shivers, Allan, 1985
Simpson-Mazzoli Bill, 1984
Skillern, Doyle, execution, 1985
Small business (assorted titles), 1984, 1986
[6 folders]
South Texas, Southwest Airlines and Fox Photo, 1983
South Texas Economic Assistance Program, 1983
South Texas Economic and Unemployment Crisis, 1983
South Texas Hospital in Harlingen, 1983
South Texas Nuclear Project Settlement, 1985
South Texas Regional Hospital in Harlingen, 1983
Southern Governors' Conference, 1983
[4 folders]
Southern Growth Policies Board, 1984
Southern States Energy Board, 1984
[3 folders]
Southwest Texas State University, 1986
Southwestern Bell Telephone, 1983
Space Center, 1986
Space Commercialization Research Center, 1986
Space facility, industrial, 1986
Space shuttle accident, 1986
Space Shuttle Challenger, 1986
Space Station, 1984
Special election (assorted titles), 1984-1986
[13 folders]
Special Session (assorted titles), 1983-1986
[19 folders]
Speed Limits on Rural Highways, 1986
SSC (Superconducting Super-Collider), 1984
Stacy Dam Settlement, 1985
Stacy Reservoir, 1986
State agency (assorted titles), 1986
[4 folders]
State Bar of Texas, 1986
State Employee (assorted titles), 1985-1986
[5 folders]
State of the State Message, 1983
State of the State Address, 1985
Statue of Liberty Essay Contest, 1986
Strake, George, 1983-1985
[3 folders]
Student Loan Corporation, Texas Guaranteed, 1986
Box
1991/141-8 Superfund, EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), 1986
Swearing-in ceremonies, 1983-1985
Sweetwater tornado, 1986
Synthetic Fuels Corporation, 1983
[2 folders]
Taiwanese Procurement Mission, 1984
Task Forces, list of, 1984, undated
Tax revision, 1986
Tax simplification proposals, 1985
Teacher of the Year, 1985
Teacher in Space Program, NASA's, 1985
Teachers manual, 1985
Teacher pay issue, 1983
Teacher Retirement System, 1984
Teacher salaries (assorted titles), 1983
[11 folders]
Teachers' 30-minute lunch period, 1985
Teachers, drug testing of (assorted titles), 1986
[2 folders]
Teacher meetings, 1986
[4 folders]
TEC (Texas Employment Commission), 1983
[3 folders]
TECAT (Texas Examination of Current Administrators and Teachers), 1986
[2 folders]
Telecast, Governor's Live, 1983
Telephone service, 1983
Telephone purchases, 1986
Temple, Larry, 1986
[2 folders]
Temporary Emergency Relief Program, 1984
Texaco, 1985-1986
[2 folders]
Texans for Child Support, 1983
Texans' War on Drugs (assorted titles), 1983-1984
[2 folders]
Texas-Arkansas football game, 1985
Texas-OU football (assorted titles), 1983-1984
[2 folders]
Texas Association of School Administrators and Texas Association of School Boards, 1986
Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, 1986
Texas Longhorn Football Team, 1984
Texas poll, 1985, undated
[2 folders]
Texas Research Endowment, 1986
Texas Southern University, 1983
Texas State Teachers Association, 1986
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1985
Texas Women's Political Caucus, 1986
Texports '86, 1986
3M Company, 1984
Tourism in Valley, 1983
Tower, Senator John, 1983
Toxic waste, 1986
Toyota Motor Corporation, 1985
[2 folders]
Traffic fatalities declined in, 1985, 1986
Train trip--Rusk to Palestine, 1983
Transition Office, 1986
TRICO, 1986
Tropical Texas Center for MHME, 1985
TSU (Texas Southern University), 1983
Tuition Proposal, Governor's, undated
Tylenol capsule, 1986
Unemployment (assorted titles), 1983-1986
[8 folders]
University of Houston, 1986
[2 folders]
University of Texas Lady Longhorns and Women's Swimming and Diving Team, 1986
Utility deposits, 1983
Valley and Border, 1984
Valley Disaster Relief Fund, 1984
Valley Interfaith, 1983
Valley View Energy Corporation (VVEC), 1984
Veterans Job Training Act, Emergency, 1983
Veterans, 1985
Veto Messages, 69th Regular Session of the Texas Legislature, 1985, undated
Victims of Crime Advisory Council, 1986
Volunteer Conference, Eighth Annual Texas, 1983
Volunteer Service Awards, 1984
Volunteer Conference, Texas, 1985-1986
[4 folders]
Vote, 1984
Voter intimidation, 1984
[2 folders]
Voter registration (assorted titles), 1984-
[5 folders]
Vulcanus (assorted titles), 1983-1984
[5 folders]
War on Drugs Appropriations, 1986
Washington's Birthday Celebration, 1984
Water, 1981, 1983, 1986
[2 folders]
Water campaign, 1985
Water Commission, 1985-1986
[2 folders]
Water Conservation Program, 1984
Water development, 1983
Water package, 1985
Water plan, 1985
[4 folders]
Water quality, 1986
Water speech, 1985
Weather advisory, 1983
Weddington, Sarah, 1985
Week of the Young Child, 1983
Welfare, 1986
Whittington, Harry, 1985
Wildlife Conservation Act of 1983
Williams, Senator Lindon, 1985
Women, Governor's Commission for, 1983-1984
[2 folders]
Women's Hall of Fame, Texas, 1984-1986
[11 folders]
Workers' Compensation Costs, seminar on, 1985
World Trade Conference, 1986
World Travel Market, 1985
Yarbrough, Don, 1983-1984
[2 folders]
Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU), 1984-1985
[2 folders]
Press clippings, 1983-1987,
35 cubic ft.
Records consist of original and photocopied newspaper and magazine articles from 1983 to 1986 pertaining to Governor Mark White, the Texas Legislature, and issues of state and national importance during White's tenure in office. Subjects include education and teacher pay raises, public utilities, brucellosis quarantine, taxes and the budget, prison overcrowding, and the death penalty. Persons covered include Governor Mark White and his wife Linda Gale White, Attorney General Jim Mattox, rancher Clinton Manges, chairman of education task force H. Ross Perot, death row inmates such as James David Autry, and other prominent national and state figures.
Arrangement
Arrangement is generally chronological, although clippings from earlier in the month may be grouped with articles from a date later in the month. This is true especially of small or local newspapers which were not subscribed to by the governor's office, but were received through a clipping service.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Press clippings, Texas Governor Mark White Press Office files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1991/141-14 January 13, 1983 thru March 18, 1983
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1991/141-15 March 19, 1983 thru May 2, 1983
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1991/141-16 May 3, 1983 thru June 13, 1983
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1991/141-17 June 14, 1983 thru July 31, 1983
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1991/141-18 August 1, 1983 thru September 19, 1983
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1991/141-19 September 20, 1983 thru October 31, 1983
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1991/141-20 November 1, 1983 thru December 12, 1983
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1991/141-21 December 13, 1983 thru January 24, 1984
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1991/141-22 January 25, 1984 thru February 27, 1984
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1991/141-23 February 28, 1984 thru March 30, 1984
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1991/141-24 April 2, 1984 thru May 3, 1984
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1991/141-25 May 4, 1984 thru June 5, 1984
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1991/141-26 June 6, 1984 thru July 10, 1984
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1991/141-27 July 11, 1984 thru August 17, 1984
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1991/141-28 August 18, 1984 thru September 29, 1984
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1991/141-29 September 30, 1984 thru November 9, 1984
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1991/141-30 November 10, 1984 thru December 13, 1984
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1991/141-31 December 14, 1984 thru January 23, 1985
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1991/141-32 January 24, 1985 thru February 24, 1985
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1991/141-33 February 25, 1985 thru March 31, 1985
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1991/141-34 April 1, 1985 thru May 19, 1985
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1991/141-35 May 20, 1985 thru July 12, 1985
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1991/141-36 July 13, 1985 thru September 11, 1985
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1991/141-37 September 12, 1985 thru November 19, 1985
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1991/141-38 November 20, 1985 thru January 21, 1986
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1991/141-39 January 22, 1986 thru March 22, 1986
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1991/141-40 March 23, 1986 thru April 25, 1986
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1991/141-41 April 26, 1986 thru May 24, 1986
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1991/141-42 May 25, 1986 thru June 26, 1986
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1991/141-43 June 27, 1986 thru July 30, 1986
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1991/141-44 July 31, 1986 thru August 26, 1986
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1991/141-45 August 27, 1986 thru September 30, 1986
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1991/141-46 October 1, 1986 thru October 30, 1986
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1991/141-47 October 31, 1986 thru December 4, 1986
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1991/141-48 December 6, 1986 thru January 14, 1987
Proclamations, 1983-1987, undated,
9 cubic ft.
Records consist of copies of official memoranda proclaiming a day, week, or month for special purposes; correspondence from individuals or groups requesting recognition of special events by the governor; and related items such as printed material and news clippings. Material is dated from 1983 to 1986.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by proclamation title, i.e. "Elvis Presley Day" or "Bring a Quarter for the Goddess Day." At the end of the alphabetical run is a group of correspondence files for the monthly proclamation signing ceremonies arranged in reverse chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Proclamations, Texas Governor Mark White Press Office files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1991/141-49 ACA (American Correctional Association) Corrections Week, 1984
Activities Week, 1983
Ada Simond Day, 1983
Adopt-A-Highway Day, 1986
Adoption Week, 1983
Adult Day Care Center Week, 1983
Adult and Continuing Education Week, 1986
Adult Education Week, 1985
Adult Foster Home Month, 1985-1986
Adult Services Council Day, 1986
Aeromexico Day in Texas, 1984
Afghanistan Day, 1983
African Americans, 1984
Agriculture Week, Texas, 1985
Air Traffic Control Week, 1986
Alcoholics Anonymous Week, 1985
Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Week, 1985
All-American Buckle-Up Week, 1985-1986
Alpha Delta Kappa Week, 1983-1986
Alpha Phi Alpha Week, 1985
Alpha Phi Omega Day, 1986
Alzheimer's Disease Public Awareness Month:
1983-1984
1985-1986
Amateur Radio Week, Texas Sesquicentennial, 1986
American Association of Retired Persons Recognition Day, 1985
American Bandstand's 33 1/3 Celebration Day, 1985
American Business Women's Day, 1984-1986
American Cancer Society Designs for Living Appreciation Month, 1986
American Energy Awareness Week, 1983-1984
American Farmer, 1986
American Field Service Week, 1984-1986
American Heart Association "Amour, Amour" Appreciation Day, 1986
American History Month, 1984-1986
American Humanics Week, 1985
American Indian Heritage Week, 1986
American Industrial Arts Students Association Week, 1983
American Music Month, 1985
American Overseas Association Days, 1985
American Red Cross - Hurricane Alicia, 1983
American Society of Interior Designers Week, 1985
American Subcontractors Week, 1985
American Youth Hostel Week, 1984
Amigos, 1986
Amigos Del Valle Day, 1984
Anatoly Shcharansky Day, 1983
Animal Control Personnel Week, 1984-1986
Animal Health Week, 1984
Arbor Month, 1984-1986
Architects' Capitol Restoration Day, 1986
Armadillo County, Texas Ham Operators, 1985
Armadillo Drive Friendly Weekend, 1983
Armed Services Awareness Week, 1986
Armenian Church, 1983-1986
Arson Awareness, 1984-1985
Arte-Arts, undated
Arthritis Month, 1984-1986
Artist of the Year - Dorothy Hood, 1984
Artrain, 1984
Ashbel Smith Day, 1985
Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week, 1983
Association Week, 1985
Auctioneers Week, 1985
Austin-Travis County Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1984
Austin Area Urban League, 1985
Autism Awareness Week, 1984-1986
Aviation Week in Texas, 1985
Balloon Capitol of Texas, 1984-1986
Bankers Association Centennial Year, Texas, 1984
Baptist General Convention Centennial, 1985-1986
Barbara Jordan, 1984
Barbed Wire Days, 1986
Barber Shop Quartet, 1984
Barrier Awareness Day, 1986
Bastille Day, 1985-1986
Battise, Chief Fulton - 50th Anniversary, 1986
Battleship Texas Year, 1985-1986
Baylor Centennial, 1986
Baylor University Week, 1983
Beef for Father's Day Week, Texas, 1983-1986
Ben-Gurion, David, 1986
Benign Essential Blepharospasm Week, 1985
Beta Club Week, 1984
Beta Sigma Phi Days, 1985-1986
Better Health Through Chiropractic Care Month, 1986
Better Hearing and Speech Month, 1984-1986
Better Hearing Month, 1986
Bible Week, 1983-1986
Bicycle Conference Days, 1985
Bicycle Month, 1985
Big Brothers and Sisters of Texas Day, 1983
Big Thicket Day, 1984
Bike Month, 1983
Bike-To-Work Day, 1983
150 MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bike Tour Day, Texas Sesquicentennial, 1986
Bilingual Education Week, 1984
Bill of Rights Day, 1983-1986
Bill of Rights Week, 1983
Billie Carr Day, 1983
Birthparent Week, 1985-1986
Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers Day, 1984
Black Film Collection, Tyler, 1985
Black History Month, 1985-1986
Black Judges Week, 1984
Black Veterans Week, 1984
Bluebonnet Months, 1985-1986
B'nai B'rith Day, 1983
Boating Weather Awareness Week, 1986
Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys Day, 1986
Bomb Group (H) Days, 384th, 1984
Book Month, Texas, 1984
Bowhunter Education Week, 1984
Brackenridge-Roberts Hall - 15th, 1983
Brazoria County Day, 1985
Brenham Maifest Days, 1985-1986
Brick Week, 1983
Bring a Quarter for the Goddess Day, 1985
Brotherhood/Sisterhood Week, 1985
Buccaneer Days, 1985
Buckle Up Month, 1984
Buddy Holly Week, 1986
Buddy Poppies--VFW, 1985
Building Safety Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Bulgarian Day, 1984
Business and Industry Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Business Women's Week, 1984-1986
Bust MS Month, 1986
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Camp Fire Founders Day, Camp Fire Birthday Week, 1984
Camp Fire Membership Month, 1983
Cancer Awareness Month for Black Texans, 1985
Cancer Prevention and Screening Day, Texas, 1985
Candy Month, 1986
Captured Nations Week, 1985-1986
Cardiovascular Technologists Week, 1985
Care Week, 1986
Care Month, Share and, 1985
Career Opportunities for Youth Month, 1984-1986
Catholic Education Week, 1985
Celebrate Sight Month, 1985
Celebrate Texas Sculpture, 1986
Cenikor Month, 1985
Cerebral Palsy Marathon, Prairie View A&M, 1983
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Week, 1985
Chemical Engineers Week, 1983
Chemical People Month, 1983
Child Abuse Prevention Month, 1985-1986
Child Advocacy Month, 1985
Child Passenger Safety Awareness Day, Texas, 1984-1986
Child Safety Week, 1986
Child Support Enforcement Month, Texas, 1983
Childhood Cancer Awareness Days, Texas, 1986
Children of Alcoholics Month, 1983-1985
Children's Day, 1984
Children as Teachers of Peace Day, 1984-1985
Children's Dental Health Month, 1985
Children's Day, Texas, Week of the Young Child, 1985-1986
Children's Safety Days, 1984
Children's Television Awareness Week, 1986
Childfest Days, 1986
Chili Day, 1984-1986
Chili Cruise-Off Week, Texas, 1986
China Copyright, 1985
China Film Festival Day, 1984
Chinese Friendship Week, 1985
Chiropractic College, Texas - 75th, 1983
Christian Endeavor Week, 1985-1986
Christmas Carol Program, 1983-1986
Christmas Seal Month, 1984-1986
Circle K Week, 1984
Citrus Fiesta Days, 1986
Civil Rights Gallery of Greats Day, 1985
Civilian Conservation Corps, 1984
Classified Advertising Week, 1984
Classroom Teacher Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Clean Air Week, 1985-1986
Clown Week, 1984-1985
Coalition of Black Democrats Day, 1983
Coast Week, 1984-1986
Coastal Cleanup, Texas, 1986
College Admission Counselors Day, 1986
Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, Texas, 1984
Come and Take It Day, 1986
Commerce Centennial Celebration, 1985
Commitment to the Arts Day, 1985
Community Action to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Week, 1984
Community Action Day, 1985
Community Cable Television Week, 1986
Community College Week, Texas, 1984-1986
Community Education Week, 1984-1985
Community Service and Continuing Education Week, 1985
Community College Week, Texas, 1984-1986
Community Education Week, 1984-1985
Community Service and Continuing Education Week, 1985
Computer Education Month, 1984-1986
Concordia Lutheran College, 1986
Conjunto Music Week, 1985
Constitution Week, 1984-1986
Consular Ball Day, 1986
Consumer Week, 1985-1986
Consumers Union Week, 1986
Continuing Education Week, 1986
C.O.P.S. (Communities Organized for Public Service) Day, 1983
Corporate Challenge Day, 1985
Corrections Week, 1985
Country Music Month, 1983
County History Appreciation Week, 1983
C.P. (Cerebral Palsy) Sports Week, Texas, 1983
CPCU (Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters) Day, 1984
Crafted With Pride in the USA Week, 1985-1986
Crawfish Day, Texas, 1984
Creative Problem Solving Day, 1986
Credit Union Week/Day, 1984-1986
Credit Union Week/Day, 1984-1986
Credit Union Week, Texas, 1984
Crime Prevention Month, 1984-1985
Crime Stoppers Month, Texas, 1983
Crime Victims Rights Week, 1985-1986
Crime Victims Thanks, 1986
Critical-Care Nursing Week, 1984
Customer Appreciation Day, 1984-1986
Custom Tailors and Designers Day, 1986
Czech Days, 1986
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Dallas - 200th TV Show, 1985
Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul Day, 1983
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Handicapped Parking Awareness Month, 1986
Day in the Life of America, A, 1986
Deaf Week, Texas Association of the, 1985
Deaf Awareness Week, 1984-1986
Decade of the Disabled, 1983
Deer Park Annual Fall Festival, 1983
Delta Sigma Theta Red and White Impact Day, 1985
Dental Assistants Recognition Week, 1985
Dental Hygiene Week, 1985-1986
Dental Hygienists Day, 1984
Department of Public Safety Officers Association Week, Texas, 1986
Design/Drafting Week, 1984
Desk and Derrick Week, 1984
Dentistry for the Handicapped Benefit Drive, 1983
Diabetes Month, 1984-1986
Dia del Locutor, 1983
Disability Rally Days, 1985
Disabled Black Texans Day, 1985
Disabled but Able to Vote, 1984
Dispute Resolution Week, 1986
Doctors' Day, 1985-1986
Dogwood Trails Week, Texas, 1985
Drafting Week, 1986
Drug Abuse Education Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Week, Texas, 1985
Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness Week, 1983, 1986
Drum Corps Week, 1985
Earth Day, 1985
East Texas Oil and Gas Week, 1984
Ebony Fashion Fair Days, 1983
Economic Development Memos, 1986
Edison Science and Engineering Youth Day, 1986
Education for Business Week, 1985
Educational Buyers' Days, 1985
Educational Diagnosticians Week, 1986
Educational Secretaries Day, 1983-1986
Educational Theatre Month, 1985-1987
EEG (Electroencephalogram) Awareness Week, 1984
Eggshell Fine Art Week, 1983-1986
Eleanor Roosevelt Day, 1984
Electrical Safety Awareness Month, 1985
El Paso International Western Film Celebration Week, 1986
Elvis Presley Day, 1985
Emancipation Day, 1984-1986
Emergency Medicine Week, 1984-1986
Emergency Nurses Day, 1984
Employ the Handicapped Week:
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1986
Employer Appreciation Month, 1984
Energy Education Day, 1984-1986
Ending Hunger Week, 1986
Engineering Technician Week, 1986
English Education Week, 1986
Entebbe Anniversary, 1986
Entrepreneurs' Week, 1984
Epilepsy Month, 1984
Ernest Tubb Day, 1985
ESA Week, 1985-1986
ET (Enterostomal Therapy) Nurse Day, 1985
Exposition Day in Central Texas, 1985
Extension Homemakers Week, 1984-1986
Eye Health Care Month, 1985
Fair Housing Month, 1985-1986
Family Camping Month, 1984-1986
Family Health Week, 1984-1986
Family Land Heritage Day, 1984-1985
Family Life Week, 1986
Farm Bureau Membership Week, 1983
Farm and Ranch Safety Week, 1984-1986
Farmers Cooperative Month, 1985
Farmers Union Green Thumb and Senior Texans Employment Program Day, Texas, 1983
Father's Day, 1985-1986
FBLA-PBL (Future Business Leaders of America- Phi Beta Lambda) Week, 1983-1984
Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1983
Fiestas Patrias Days, 1983, 1986
Film Professionals Day, Texas, 1985
Financial Aid Awareness Week, 1986
Fire Fighters Appreciation Week, Texas, 1984-1985
Financial Independence Week, 1986
Fire Prevention Week, 1986
Fire Service Memorial Sunday, 1983
First Day Without Hunger in Texas, 1985
Fish and Seafood Month, 1986
Fishing Week, 1985-1986
Five for Freedom Day, 1984
Flag Day, State - Texas Independence, 1983
Flowers-By-Wire Day, 1985
Fly the Flag Day, 1985-1986
Focus on Foster Care Month, Texas, 1985-1986
Food Banks, 1983
Food Bank Month, Texas, 1986
Food and Fitness Program - USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture), 1983
Foot Health Month, 1984
Forestry Day - San Augustine, 1983
Forest Products Week, 1984
Foreign Language Month, 1983-1985
Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day, 1986
Fort Worth Optimist's Day, 1985
Foster Grandparent Month, 1985
Fraternal Week, Fly the Flag Day, 1985-1986
Free Enterprise Week, Free Enterprise Day, 1984-1985
Freedom Day, 1985-1986
Freedom of the Campus Student Press Day, 1983
Freedom of Information Day, 1985-1986
Freedom Week, USA, 1983
French Legation - Amanda Amsler, 1985
Friendly Texan Week, 1985-1986
Friendship Day, 1985
FHA/HERO (Future Homemakers of America/Home Economics Related Occupations) Week, 1985-1986
Future Farmers of America Week, 1985-1986
Future Teachers of America Week, Texas; Texas Student Education Association Week, 1983
42nd Service Squadron Day, 1984
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Gary Job Corps Appreciation Week, 1986
Genealogy Days, 1983
German Day, 1985-1986
GI Forum, 1983, 1985
Girl Scout Leader's Day, 1983
Girl Scouting Week, 1985
Go For Broke Days, 1985
Gospel Music Month, 1985-1986
Go Western, Go Rodeo Days, 1985
Good Bear Day, 1984-1986
Good Friday, 1984
Goodwill Week, 1984
Gospel Music Day, 1985
Governmental Purchasing Week, 1983
Granbury Opera House Day, 1984
Grandparents Day, 1985-1986
Great American Race Week, 1984
Great American Smokeout Day, 1983
Great Texas Balloon Race Week, 1985-1986
Greek Orthodox Church - Archbishop Iadovos, 25th, 1984
Guard Fiesta Day, Texas, 1985-1986
Guy Lewis, 1986
Guinness World Record Day, 1984
Halloween Safety Awareness Month, 1984
Harris County Hospital District Day; Harris County Hospital District Week, 1985
Harrisburg History Day, 1986
Harry S. Truman, 1984, 1986
Head Injury Awareness Month, 1985-1986
Head Start Training Conference Days, 1983
Health Care Food Service Employee Week, Texas, 1986
Health Mothers, Health Babies Month, 1984
Heart Month, 1985
Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week, 1985-1986
Help Turn Hunger Around Month, 1986
Hereford Week, 1985
Heritage Celebration, Texas, 1985-1986
High Blood Pressure Month, 1984, 1986
High School Activities Week; Officials Day, Coaches Day, 1985
High-Tech Week, 1984
Higher Education Week in Texas; National Education Week, 1984-1986
Hire a Veteran Month, 1984
Hispanic Heritage Month, 1985-1986
Hispanic Heritage Week, 1985-1986
Historic Preservation Week, 1985
Historically Black Colleges Day, 1983
History Appreciation Days, 1985-1986
History Day, Texas, 1984
Hobby Month, 1983
Holistic Medicine Week, 1984
Holocaust - Day of Remembrance, 1983-1986
Homes for the Aging Week, 1983
Home Health Care Week, 1983, 1986
Honor the Clergy Week, 1984
Hope Arena Dedication - Galveston, 1985
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Week, 1985
Hospital Admitting Personnel Week, 1983-1986
Hospital Auxiliary Day, 1985-1986
Hospital Central Service Employee Recognition Day, 1984-1986
Hospital Week, Texas, 1983, 1986
Hospital Telephone Operators Week, 1986
Hospital Volunteer Week, 1984
Hospitalized Veterans Week, 1985-1986
Houston Area Urban League, 1986
Human Rights Week, 1984
Hummel Collectors' Day, 1986
Hunting and Fishing Day, 1984-1986
Hurricane Awareness Week, 1986
Ileitis & Colitis Awareness Week, 1984-1986
Illiteracy March and Rally Day, Declaration Against, 1986
I'm Proud to Be an American Day, 1985
Independence Day, Texas, 1984
Independent Grocers Week, Texas, 1985
Industrial Hygiene Month, 1986
Information Processing Week, 1984
Information Security Week, 1984
Inhalant Abuse Awareness Week, 1986
Institute of Letters Day, Texas, 1984
Instructional Computing Month, 1985
Insurance Women's Week, 1985-1986
Integrity Day, 1984-1986
Internal Audit Week:
1983-1985
1986
International Friendship Week, 1985
International Porcelain Art Week, 1985
International Training in Communication Month, 1985-1986
International Youth Exchange Month, 1983
International Youth Year, 1985
Inventors' Week, Texas, 1984-1986
Irish Festival, Texas, 1983
Iron Overload Awareness Day, 1985
Israel/Birthday, 1986
Israel Friendship Day, Texas, 1985-1986
IV Nurse Day, 1983
Jaycees Week, 1985
Jaycee Women Week, 1985
Jazz Education Week, 1984
Jimmy Demaret Week, 1985
Job Safety and Health Week, 1983
John F. Kennedy Day, 1983
Jose Antonio Navarro Week, 1985
Journey to Remember, 1985
Journey for Sight Days, 1985-1986
Jovanovich, William, 1986
Junior Achievement Week, 1985
Junior Black Academy of Arts and Letters Gala Production/ Awards Ceremony, 1983
Junior Miss Scholarship Program Week, Texas, 1984-1985
Just Say No Day, 1986
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Diamond Walk Day, 1986
Juvenile Justice Day, 1983
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Kappa Alpha Psi for Dallas - Karing for Our Kids Day, 1985
Kappa Delta Child Abuse Prevention Day, 1986-1987
KAZI (Austin, TX FM radio station) Day, 1985
Keep America Beautiful Week in Texas; Youth Activity Month, 1985
Keeton Law Week, W. Page, 1986
Key Club Week, 1983
Kiwanis Week, 1985-1986
Knife Collectors Association Show, Texas, 1984
Knights of Columbus Day, 1984
Korean Trade Promotion, 1986
Lake Jackson Day, 1983
La Leche League Day, 1984-1986
Lamb and Wool Month, 1985
Lambda Chi Alpha Day, 1984
Landscape Architects Week, 1986
Landscaping Week, 1984-1986
L and Heritage Week, Texas, 1986
Land Title Evidencing Week, 1985
La Salle Tricentennial Days, 1985
Latin Week, 1985
Law Day USA, Law Week, 1985-1986
Law Enforcement Week; Peace Officer Memorial Day, 1985-1986
Learning Disabilities Month, 1984-1986
Lee, Russell, 1986
Legal Secretaries' Court Observance Week, 1984-1986
Let Freedom Ring, 1986
Liberty Week, 1985
Lee, Russell, 1986
Legal Secretaries' Court Observance Week, 1984-1986
Licensed Vocational Nurses Week, 1984
Life Flight Week, 1986
Lincoln Borglum Day, 1984
Listening Awareness Day, 1986
Lions Day for Handicapped Children, 1984-1986
Lite-A-Bike Week, 1984, 1986
Literacy Week, 1983
Loners on Wheels Week, 1983
Lone Star Cafe, 1984
Long Distance Operator Appreciation Week, 1985
Loyalty Day, 1985-1986
LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) Council 85 - 50th Anniversary, 1985
LULAC Week, 1983, 1986
Lutheran Education Week, 1984-1986
Lumberman's Association of Texas Days, 1985
Lupus Week, 1984-1986
Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Day (MADD), 1983-1985
MADD - Proclamation of Caring, 1985
Magazine Day, 1986
Magna Carta Day, 1984-1986
Maimonides - 850th Anniversary, 1986
Make It Click - Drive Defensively Months, 1983
Management Week, 1985-1986
Manufactured Housing Week, 1984
Mardi Gras Festival and Parade, 1983
Marine Corps Week, 1985
Maritime Day, 1985-1986
Mark W. Michael Unit, 1986
Marketing Research Week, 1984
Martin Jurow - Commend, 1985
Martin Luther King Memorial Day, 1984, 1987
Memorial Day, 1984, 1987
Mary McLeod Bethune Day, 1985
Mary Neely Day, 1985
Masonic Awareness Day, 1984
Maternal and Child Health/Crippled Children's Services Day, 1985
Mathcounts Program, 1983
Mathematics Education Week, 1985-1986
Mayflower Compact Day, 1983
A.N. McCallum High School, 1983
McFaddin Beach Clean-Up, 1983
Medical Assistants Week, 1985-1986
Medical Laboratory Week, 1985
Medical Record Week, 1984-1986
Medical Transcriptionist Week, Texas, 1983
Melissa Dora Callaway Oliver-Eakle Day, 1985
Mental Health Month, 1985
Mental Illness Awareness Week, 1986
Mental Retardation Month, 1985-1986
Merci Box Car du Texas Days, 1985-1986
Metric Week, 1984-1986
Minority Enterprise Development Week, 1984-1986
Minority and Women-Owned Business Week, 1985
Mission Tejas Day, 1986
Mobility Awareness Month/Day, 1983
Moses Austin Day, 1985
Mother's Day, 1985-1986
Mother Care is Baby Care Month, 1985
Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Municipal Clerk's Week, 1983
Municipal Court Judges Week, 1984
Museum Day, 1985
Music Month, Texas, 1985-1986
Music in Sports Day, 1986
Music Week, 1985
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Day, 1984
NAACP Voter Registration Month, 1984
NAACP Week, 1985
NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center's 7th Annual Federal Women's Week, 1984
National Archives Day, 1984
National Arts Week, 1985
National Automobile Dealers Week, 1984
National Bar Association, 1982-1983
National Baton Twirling Week, 1985-1986
National Car Care Month, 1984-1986
National Children's Dental Health Month, 1986
National Cosmetology Month, 1985
National Day of Awareness, 1985
National Day of Prayer, 1985-1986
National Defense Transportation Day, 1985
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness Week, 1983
National Education for Business Week, 1986
National Executive Housekeepers Week, 1986
National Family Week, 1986
National Federation of the Blind Month, 1986
National Federation of Independent Business Week, 1986
National Forest Service - 50th, 1986
National Free Paper Week, 1986
National Insurance Women's Week, 1986
National Intercollegiate Flying Association Week, 1986
National Guard, Texas, 1985-1986
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National Library Week, 1985
National Medical Laboratory Week, 1986
National Music Week, 1986
National Night Out, 1986
National React Month, 1984-1985
National Safety Town Center, 1984-1985
National Science Week, 1985
National Sickle Cell Disease Month, 1985
National Sleep and Health Awareness Month, 1986
National Transportation Week, 1985-1986
National Urban League; Houston Urban League, 1985
Navy Week, Texas, 1985
Navy Wives Week, 1985
NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Final Four Week, 1986
NeoTexanaissance Concerto Commend, 1986
Neurofibromatosis Week, 1983, 1986
New Homes Month, 1983
Newspaper Carrier Day, 1983
Newspapers in Education Week, 1985-1986
NFL (National Football League) Alumni's Youth of America Week, 1985
NGA Week, 1985
NFL/TNFF (probably Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation) Weeks, 1985-1986
NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National Tennis Tournament Week, 1986
Nongame Wildlife Awareness Year, Texas, 1985
Nurses Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Nurse Midwifery Week, 1983, 1986
Nursing Home Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Nursing Recognition Day, Texas, 1985
Nutrition Week, 1983
Oatmeal Festival Days, 1985-1986
Occupational Health Awareness Week, 1984
Occupational Health Nurses Week, 1985-1986
Ocean Day; Year of the Ocean, 1984
Office Education Association Students' Day, 1985
O. Henry Festival, 1985
Oil Day, 1985
Old Car Week in Texas, 1986
Older Texans Month, 1985-1986
Older Worker Week, 1985-1986
Old Time Fiddlers' Days, 1983
Olympic Day, Texas, 1984
Olympic Sponsors Appreciation Day, 1984
Olympic Torch Run Days, 1984
Operation Child Identification Day, 1984
Orchid Week, 1984-1986
Organ Donation Awareness Week, 1985-1986
Organized Camp Week, 1986
ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training) Day, 1985
Osteopathic Medicine Week, 1984-1986
Ostomy Awareness Month, 1984-1986
Paint Month in Texas, 1983
Pan American Day/Week, 1985-1986
Parent Involvement Week, 1984-1986
Parent-Teacher Association Membership Month, 1983-1985
Parkinson Awareness Month, 1985-1986
Parliamentary Law Days, 1984-1986
Partners in Health Day, 1985
Passenger Safety Month, 1984
Patient Representation Day, Texas, 1984-1986
Patriotism Week, 1985-1987
Patriots Day, 1985-1986
PBX (Private Branch Exchange) Operators- Telecommunicators Week, 1985
Peace Day, 1986
Peace Month, 1985-1986
Peace and Independence Day, 1983
Peace - Porchlights, 1985
Peace Corps Week, 1986
Peach Ice Cream Month, 1985
Peanut Festival Days, 1984-1986
Peanut Month, 1984
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, 1984-1986
People Proclamations, 1984-1985
Pest Control Month, 1985-1986
Pet Week - Be Kind to Animals Week, 1985-1986
Petroleum Industry Day, 1983
Philanthropy Day, 1983, 1986
Philippine-American Friendship Day, 1986
Physical Education and Sports Week, 1983
Physical Fitness and Sports Month, 1984
Physical Therapy Week, 1985-1986
Physician Assistants Day, 1985
Pilot Club Days, 1985
Pledge - Texas Flag, 1986
Poetry Day, 1984-1986
Poetry Therapy Week, 1986
Poison Prevention Week, 1983, 1986
Polio Survivors Day, 1985
Polish American Heritage Month, 1984-1986
Polish Pioneer Day, 1986
Pool and Spa Week, 1986
Porcelain Art Week, 1983
Pornography Awareness Week, 1985-1986
Poteet Strawberries Festival Days, 1983
POW-MIA (Prisoner of War-Missing in Action) Recognition Day, 1984-1986
Prairie View A&M Founders Day, 1985
Prairie Week, Texas, 1986
Prayer Vigil Week, 1986
Prepared Childbirth/Prepared Parenthood Week, 1984
Preservation Week, 1984
Prevent Blindness Month, 1984
Pride Week, 1983
Printing Week, 1985-1986
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Problem Solvers Day, Texas Future, 1985-1986
Pro Bono Publico Week, 1986
Productivity Improvement Week, Texas, 1984-1986
Professional Purchasing Week, 1985-1986
Professional Secretaries Week; Professional Secretaries Day, 1985
Professional Security Month, 1986
Project Get Alarmed Month, 1986
Project Graduation Week, 1985-1986
Project Hi Grad Month, 1985
Project Tejas Month, 1985
PTA (Parent Teacher Association) Day at the Capitol, 1985
Public Employees' Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Public Lands Day, 1986
Public Relations Week, 1983
Public Schools Week, 1985-1986
Public Service Recognition Week, 1986
Public Works Week, 1985-1986
Quality Circle Week, 1984
Quality Control Month, 1986
Quality Emphasis Week, 1985
Queen Isabella, 1985-1986
Quick Start Month, 1984
Quilt Appreciation Days, Texas, 1986
Radiologic Technologist Week, 1984
Railroad Grade Crossing Safety Week, 1984-1986
Railroad Women's Day, 1985-1986
Ruben and Alfonso Ramos Day, 1983
Range Management Month, 1986
Raoul Wallenberg, 1984
Rap Week, 1984
Read a Texas Book a Month, 1986
Recognition Technologists Day, 1986
Records Managers and Administrators Week, 1985-1986
Recreation and Parks Month, 1984
Recycling Month, 1984-1986
Religious Holidays, 1985
Respect for Law Week, 1984
Respiratory Therapy Week, 1985-1986
Restaurant Month, 1984-1986
Retired Senior Volunteer Month, 1986
Retired Teachers Week, 1984
Roller Skating Week, 1985
Round-Up Week, 1983
Royal Ambassadors Week, 1984-1986
Rugby Football Month, 1986
Running and Fitness Day, 1983
Rural Crisis Awareness Month, 1986
Rural Electrification Day, 1985
Rural Success Day, 1983
Rural Texas Appreciation Day, 1984
Safe Boating Week, 1985-1986
Safe Schools Week; Texas' Year of School Safety, Texas, 1985-1986
Safe Way to School Day, 1986
Safety Through Songs Day, 1984
Safety in the Workplace, Texas, 1985-1986
Salute to School Volunteers Day, 1986
Salespersons Month, 1986
Salvation Army Week, 1985
San Antonio Festival Month, 1984
San Jacinto Memorial Week; San Jacinto Day, 1985
Satellite Earth Station Day, 1986
Save American Industry/Jobs Day, 1986
Save a Child Day, 1983
Save the Children Week, 1983
Save Our World Year, 1985
Save Your Vision Week, 1985-1986
School Lunch Week, Texas, 1983, 1986
School Nurse Awareness Week, 1984-1987
School Volunteer Month, Texas, 1986
Scleroderma Awareness Week, 1986
Scottish Clans - International Gathering, 1986
Scottish Rite of Texas - Southern Area of Ancient and Accepted, 1984
Screen Actors Day, 1983
Seabee Day, 1985
Sears Commend, 1986
Seat Belt Safety Day Resolution, 1986
Segundo de Febrero Commemorative Day, 1983
Selective Service Registration Awareness Week, 1985
Senior Center Week, 1985-1986
Senior Companion Day, 1984
SER Jobs for Progress Day, 1984
Sertoma Freedom Day, 1985-1986
Service Day, 1984
Sesquicentennial Day for Texans With Disabilities, 1986
Severe Weather Preparedness Week, 1985
Sewing Month, 1983
Sexual Assault Awareness Week, 1985-1986
SGI - Proclamation Never Issued, 1984
Sheepdog Week, 1984
Shelter Recognition Week, 1984-1985
Shirley MacLaine, 1984
Shoulder, 1984
Shrine Hospital Benefit Day, 1984-1986
Shut In's Day, 1985
Sickle Cell Anemia Month, 1985-1986
Sight Conservation Week and White Cane Days, 1985-1986
Sign Up America Week, 1984
Single Parent Day, 1985
Singles Day, 1984
Sippie Wallace - People Proclamation, 1985
Sisterhood Week, 1983
Small Business Week, 1985-1986
SMILE (Student Myth Information and Learning Experiences) Month, 1984-1985
Smoke Alarms Save Lives Month, 1983
Social Security Month/Day, 1985
Social Studies Education Week, 1985-1986
Social Work Month, 1985-1986
Soil Stewardship Week, 1985-1986
Sons of the American Revolution Day, 1985-1986
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Soup Month, 1984
South Plains CAA (probably College Athletic Association), 1986
Southwest Ballet Center, 1984
Soviet Jewry Solidarity Day, 1984-1986
Space Observance, U.S.; Space Exploration Day, 1985-1986
Space Development Day, 1983
Spanish Speaking Police Officers Week, 1985-1986
Special Olympics Week, Texas, 1983
Special Education Day, 1985
Spina Bifida Awareness Month, 1984-1986
Spinal Health Month, 1984-1986
Spring Independent School District, 1985
Spring Forum on Health, 1983
Square Dance Month - September, 1984-1986
Square and Round Dance Week - June, 1985-1986
State of Texas - World's Fair Exhibit, 1984
Stilwell Day, 1984
Storm Awareness Day, 1985
Stroke Awareness Week, 1985
Students Against Drunk Driving Months, 1985-1986
Student Council Week, 1985-1986
Student Nurses Week, Texas, 1985
Students in Free Enterprise Month, 1986
Student/Parent Mock Election Day, 1984
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness Month, 1984-1986
Sunshine Day, 1985
Surgical Technologists Week, 1983
Surveyors Week, 1985-1986
Sweet Onion Week, 1986
Talk About Prescriptions Month, 1986
Taha Junior Volunteer Days, 1985-1986
Taxidermy Week, 1986
Teacher Appreciation Day, 1984
Teacher Appreciation Week, 1986
Technical Theatre Week, 1983
Telecommunicators Week, 1986
Telephone Pioneer Week, 1986
Temporary Help Week, 1985-1986
Terrorism, 1986
Tex-Annes - Goodwill Ambassadors, 1986
Texas Alcohol Narcotic Education Day, 1985
Texas-Cameroon Friendship Day, 1986
Texas Law Officers Week, 1986
Texas Leaders Round Table, 1985
Texas State Student Association Day, 1985
Texas Technology Week, 1983
Texas Trout Week, 1985
Texas Tumor Registrars Week, 1985-1986
TFWC (Texas Federation of Women's Clubs) Federation Day, 1984
Thanksgiving Day, 1984-1986
Thanksgiving Day - Special Sesquicentennial, 1985
Trademark Association day, 1985
Trail Ride Days, 1984
Travis County 146th Anniversary, 1986
Toastmistress Month, 1983-1984
Tourism Week, Texas, 1984-1986
Travel Festival - Houston, 1984
Travis County Sheriff's Posse PRCA Rodeo, 1984
Tricentennial Anniversary Year of German Settlement in America, 1983
Trip to Bountiful, 1986
Tropicana Music Bowl Day, 1984
Truck and Bus Safety Week in Texas, 1986
TSTA (Texas State Teachers Association) District IV Honorary Affairs Banquet, 1983
Two Silent and Still Minutes for Peace, Worldwide, 1984
Tyler Day, 1985
Tyler Junior College Founders Day, 1985
Understanding Texas Myths, 1984
UNICEF (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund) Day, 1984-1986
Union Label Week, 1983
United Nations Day:
1984
1986
US Kidney Disease Association, 1984
United Way Campaign Months, 1983
University Interscholastic League Week, 1985
University System of South Texas Day, 1985
Urban Development Action Grant Award - Brownsville, 1984
USA Film Festival - 15th Anniversary, 1985
US Savings Bond Month, 1985-1986
Value Engineering Week, 1985
Veterans Preference Statute Special Proclamation, 1985
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway, 1984
VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) - 86th National Convention, 1985
Veterans of the Vietnam Era, Recognition Day for, 1983
Veterans Unity Week, 1984
Vietnamese Heritage Week, 1984
Vocational Education Week, 1983, 1986
Voluntarism Month, 1983
Volunteer Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Volunteer Blood Donor Month, 1985-1987
Volunteer Fire Fighters Recognition Day, Texas, 1984
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Day, 1986
Volunteers of America Week, 1985
Voter Registration Day, Texas, 1984-1986
Voter Registration Month, 1983, 1986
Wagner-Peyser Act - 50th Anniversary, 1983
Wagon Train - Sesquicentennial, 1986
Walk for Israel, 1984
Washington's Birthday Celebration in Laredo, 1986
Water Conservation Week, Texas, 1985-1986
Water Resources Development Week, 1985
Water Safety Week, 1985
Water Safety Awareness Week, 1986-1987
Water Utilities Personnel Recognition Week, 1985
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Wheelchair Veterans Game Week, 1986
White Cane Safety Day, 1983-1985
Wild Horse and Burro Day, 1985-1986
Wildflower Days, Texas, 1985-1986
Wine Month, Texas, 1986
Wine Day, Texas, 1984
Women's Basketball Day, 1984
Women Business Owners Week, 1986
Women's Business Ownership Week, 1984
Women of Color Week, 1984
Women in Computing Week, 1984
Women in Texas Week, 1984-1985
Women's History Week, Texas, 1984-1986
Women Involved in Farm Economics Week, 1983
Women's Political Caucus, Texas, 1984
Women in the Public Sector Week, 1984
Women Veterans Recognition Week, 1984
Wood Energy Month, 1985
World Cook Off Day, 1985
World Food Day, 1984-1986
World Health Day, 1985-1986
World Invocation Day, 1985
World Marriage Day, 1985-1986
World Peace Day, 1985
World Population Awareness Week, 1986
World Trade Week, 1985-1986
World Vegetarian Day, 1985-1986
Worldwide Peace Day, 1985
Year of the Public Schools, 1983
Year of the Teacher, 1985
YHT (Young Homemakers of Texas) Week, 1985
Young Astronaut Day, 1985
Young Farmer Week, 1985-1986
Youth Advocacy Program, 1983
Youth Appreciation Week, 1985-1986
Youth Art Month, 1985-1986
Youth Can Make It Week, 1986
Youth Week, Texas, 1983
Zionism, 1986
Zoo and Aquarium Week, Texas, 1983
Correspondence regarding monthly proclamation signing ceremonies, July 1985 to November 1986
[16 folders]
Proclamation Signing Ceremony, Tentative List of Attendees, February 1984 to May 1985
Staff files, 1982-1986, undated,
5.47 cubic ft.
Records consist of correspondence and subject files of Press Office staff members. These files contain form letters responding to requests for letters celebrating milestones such as birthdays, anniversaries, openings, etc.; individualized letters replying to persons' concerns; clippings; a few photographs; and printed material which date from 1982 to 1986, including some undated materials. Letters concerning Yellow Rose, Honorary Texan, and Admiral in the Texas Navy certificates are also present. Mary Nell Carlson's and Nancy Sobeck's correspondence files mainly deal with requests for proclamations honoring persons and special occasions. Marion Scheick's, Phyllis L. Smith's, and other subject files deal with issues such as taxes, education and teacher pay raises, parole of prisoners, and child support. Some letters in the issue-related correspondence contain notations that they were passed on to other divisions within the Governor's Office, such as the General Counsel, or other agencies, such as the Attorney General, for responses to legal questions. One box of files was damaged by water and had mold growth. All files in this box were refoldered and many of the pages were photocopied onto acid-free paper. Files are organized by the Press Office staff member responsible for creating them: Marion Scheick, Phyllis L. Smith, Mary Nell Carlson, Nancy Sobeck, and other staff.
Arrangement
Arrangement is alphabetical by subject in Scheick's files; in no apparent order in Smith's files and other staff files; and alphabetical by correspondent in Carlson's and Sobeck's files.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Staff files, Texas Governor Mark White Press Office files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Box
1991/141-58 Marion Scheick's files
Academic appointments, 1985
Agriculture, 1984
Alcohol/drug abuse, 1985
Alumni, 1984
Ann Arnold, 1984
Anniversary, 1984-1985
Anniversary - city, county, 1984
Anniversary - group or organization, 1983-1985
Art/artists/art shows, 1984-1985
Athletic event - individual/group, 1984
Auction/phonathon, 1983-1985
Austin event, 1982-1984
Bank, 1984-1985
Battleship Texas, 1985
Beauty pageant, 1983-1985
Bell pull, 1984
Benefits, 1984-1985
Bid - convention, 1984-1985
Birthdays, 1984-1985
Birth, Welcome Home, TexanAnne, 1983-1985
Black organizations, etc., 1984-1985
Bridge, 1984-1985
Building and construction, 1984-1985
Capitol - visit, renovation, etc., 1985
Cautionary letters, 1984
Celebrity invitations, see benefits, 1984-1985
Chamber of Commerce - community, city, state, etc., 1984
Choirs, 1984-1985
Christmas/New Years greetings, 1983-1984
Church, 1983-1985
Church - benefits/service organizations, etc., 1985
Church buildings, new, 1984
Church - convention, 1984-1985
Church - pastoral visit, including international, 1985
Church - pastor anniversary, including individual, 1984-1985
City, county, state, civic centers, etc., 1984-1985
Cleanup campaigns, 1984
College and university, 1984
Convention - corporation, 1983-1985
Convention - education, 1984
Convention - national/international organizations, 1984-1985
Crime victims, 1985
Current events, 1984
Dedication - Lisa, 1985
Department store event, 1984-1985
Directories, 1983-1985
Disabled, 1984-1985
Disaster, 1983
Drugs, 1984-1985
Education - Private Industry Council, 1984
Elderly, 1984-1985
Emergency, 1984
Exchange clubs, 1984
Fairs/festivals, 1984-1985
Family reunion, 1984
Family unit, 1984
Farmers, 1984
Federal agency/organization, 1984
Film Commission, 1985
Firearms, 1983-1984
Flag requests, 1984
Food, 1984
Form letters - Geter, etc., 1983-1985
Fraternal, 1984-1985
Gardens, etc., 1984
Good Neighbor Commission, 1984
Governor White information, 1984
Graduation, 1984-1985
Grammar, 1984
Helping Hand - individual or group, 1983-1985
Heritage/cultural, etc., 1984-1985
Hispanic organizations, 1984-1985
Historic celebrations, 1984-1985
Homecoming, 1984
Hospitals, etc., 1984-1985
Housing, 1985
Illness, 1983
Independence Day, 1984-1985
Individual, 1984-1985
Appointment or election, 1984-1985
Appointment, commendation, 1983-1985
Award - writers, patents, 1983-1985
Being honored, 1985
Birthday, 1983-1984
Heroism, 1983-1985
Box
1991/141-59 Individual, 1984-1985
Introduction, 1983-1985
Thank you, 1983
International greetings, 1983-1985
International relas (relations), 1984-1985
Jaycees, 1984
Kiddie letters, 1984-1985
Leaving Texas, 1984
Legislative, 1984
Letters - Oscar, 1984
Little League, 1983-1984
Liza, 1985
Marions thanks, 1984-1985
Marriage, undated
Masons, 1984
Medicine, 1984-1985
Mentally retarded, 1985
Military, 1983-1985
Military - Christmas, 1984
Military - reunion, 1985
Museum, 1984
Musicians, 1985
Navy, Texas, 1985
NRN (no response necessary), 1984-1985
Opening, 1984
Other states - anniversaries, etc., 1983-1984
Outstanding young men/women, 1983-1984
Parades, 1984
Physical education, 1985
Pike Powers, 1985
Police, 1984-1985
Press/media, 1983-1985
Proclamations not issued, out of state, 1983-1985
Quasi-political, 1983-1984
Religion, 1984-1985
Retirement:
City, 1984-1985
Individual/private, 1984-1985
Military, 1985
State, 1983-1985
Teacher/principal, 1984
University, 1984-1985
Reunion, 1984-1985
Reunion - group, 1984
Rodeo, 1984
Safety, 1985
Savings bonds, 1984, 1985
Schools, 1983-1985
School:
Bands, 1984-1985
Physical education, 1984-1985
Preschool/Head Start, 1985
Private/church, 1984
Student programs, 1984-1985
Student excellence, 1985
Scientology, 1984
Scouts, 1983-1984
Secretary of State, 1984-1985
Sesquicentennial, 1983-1985
Sheriff's Association, 1985
Small business, 1985-1986
Social services, 1985
Sorry, 1983-1984
Special events - rodeos, fiestas, etc., 1983-1985
Box
1991/141-60 Special Olympics, 1985
Speech - copy, 1984
Sports, 1984-1985
State training programs, 1984
Sympathy/illness - individual, 1983-1985
Teachers, 1983-1985
Tech, 1984-1985
Teens, 1984
Theatres, 1983-1985
Veterans, 1984-1985
Volunteers, 1984-1985
Welcome - group/individual, 1984
Will contact, 1984
Women, 1983-1985
World records/stunts, etc., 1983
Box
1991/141-61 Phyllis L. Smith's files
Thanks, 1985-1986
More information needed letters, 1986
Not printed at state expense, undated
Handled/no way, 1986
NRN (no response necessary), 1986
Governor's letters/miscellaneous, 1986
Telegrams, 1986
Auction items, 1986
PLS (Phyllis L. Smith) letters, 1986
PLS memos, 1986
PLS correspondence - out, 1986
PLS media projects, 1986
Problem correspondence, 1986
NRN, 1986
Re-routed letters, 1986
Auction items, 1986
Auction information, undated
Telegrams, 1986
GMW (Governor Mark White) thank yous, 1986
Governor thank you - media, 1986
Commend/congrats - media, 1985-1986
Governor letters, 1986
GMW not at state expense, 1986
Governor commend letters, 1986
GMW - church related letters, 1986
GMW - retirement letters, 1986
GMW - birthday letters, 1985
GMW - condolence letters, 1986
Baby congratulations, 1986
Reunions, 1986
GMW - greetings/welcome, 1986
Mark White information/biography, 1984, undated
Miscellaneous proclamation ceremony requests, 1985
Press Office procedures, 1983-1986, undated
Press releases, 1985
TREPAC (probably Texas Real Estate Political Action Committee) remarks, January 14, 1986
Motion pictures producers remarks, November 18, 1985
3M groundbreaking, undated
Beneficial remarks, March 6, 1986
Box
1991/141-62 Mary Nell Carlson's files, A thru N, 1983
[14 folders]
Nancy Sobeck's files
O thru Z, 1983
[11 folders]
Honorary Texans, 1983
Box
1991/141-63 Honorary Texans, 1984
Yellow Rose, 1983-1984
Goodwill Ambassador, 1983-1984
Admirals (of the Texas Navy), 1983-1984
The White House, 1983-1984
Certificate requests, 1985-1986
Other staff files
Articles for news organizations (radio, TV, papers), 1983-1985, undated
Auctions by news organizations (radio, TV, papers), 1983
Football letters, congratulatory, 1984
State holidays, 1985, undated
Tapings, 1984
Fish fry, 1983
Form letters, 1984
Telegrams, 1984-1985
Telegrams, 1983
Telethon, KOA-TV, 1983
Word processing disks, 1984-1986, undated,
1 cubic ft.
Records consist of 8-inch floppy disks containing proclamations, speeches, software, and other types of documents. From labels on the disks, the 8-inch disks originated in the Press Office. Dates for the materials are listed from 1984 to 1986, with many undated and unlabelled disks. It is not known if the material on these disks has been printed out. Disks are grouped by type: speeches; proclamations; Governor Mark White's working diskettes; and other records.
Arrangement
Proclamations are in alphabetical order; White's working diskettes are in chro