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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Note to Researchers

Description of Series

Series I: Waco Investigation, 1961-2000, n.d. (bulk: 1993-2000)

Series II: National Tour of Texas, ca. 1985-1988, n.d.

Series III: Published Works, 1967-2007, n.d.

Series IV: Unpublished Works, 1979-1988, n.d.

Series V: Correspondence, 1969-2001, n.d.

Series VI: Photographs, 1950s-2005, n.d.

Series VII: Financial, 1976-1995

Series VIII: Personal Papers, 1965-2006, n.d.

Series IX: Audio/Video Materials, 1956-2001, n.d.

Series X: Computer Media, 1994-2007, n.d.

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A Guide to the Dick J. Reavis Papers, ca. 1956 - 2007



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Reavis, Dick J.
Title: Dick J. Reavis Papers
Dates: ca. 1956 - 2007
Abstract: The papers of journalist, activist and professor, Dick J. Reavis, span the 1950s to the present, although the majority of the materials regard his journalism career from the mid-1970s to the end of 2003. The papers are arranged into the following series: Waco Investigation, The National Tour of Texas, Published Works, Unpublished Works, Correspondence, Photographs, Financial, Personal, Audio/Video Materials, and Computer Media.
Identification: Collection 086
Extent: 103 boxes (51 linear feet) plus oversize
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Southwestern Writers Collection, Special Collections, Alkek Library, Texas State University-San Marcos

Biographical Sketch

Dick J. Reavis was born in 1945, in Elk City, Oklahoma, the eldest child of Dick and Kathleen (Johnson) Reavis. The family lived in many small towns as Reavis grew up—mostly in Texas, but also Oklahoma and South Carolina. His father managed newspapers in these towns, so Reavis had an early exposure to the journalism profession, though he preferred the company of the printers to that of the reporters. From age 13 until he left for college he worked part-time in the “back shops,” learning a variety of printing skills.

Reavis was attending Panhandle A & M College in Oklahoma when he came across pamphlets in the student union cafeteria recruiting for civil rights workers. Reavis had had some experience with civil rights activism by this time: in high school he and a friend helped integrate a restaurant in Littlefield, Texas; in college at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, he joined the local chapter of the NAACP and refused to print racist fraternity songs at the student print shop where he worked, making the incident into a scandal.

Against his parents’ wishes, Reavis left for Alabama to join the Southern Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE) project run by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). He spent that summer of 1965 mainly in Demopolis, Alabama, registering black voters, organizing boycotts, bailing fellow activists out of jail, and pursuing other activities for the cause. He was one of only two white Southerners in SCOPE, so he was a valuable resource for the organization as a spy, posing as a local white to get information out of the courthouse and jailhouse.

Returning to school at the University of Texas at Austin, Reavis soon joined Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and recruited other members for a trip back to Demopolis and more civil rights work in the summer of 1966. He formed the Demopolis Project Committee, mostly with fellow SDS members. Even though he was ordered by the authorities not to return to Demopolis, he preferred this to being relocated by SCLC as part of their “Local Failure, National Success” tactics, which brought communities to a crisis point for media attention, then moved on.

Reavis earned a philosophy bachelor’s degree from UT-Austin in 1968 and attended the UT law school for one year following graduation. While at the university he helped the founders of the infamous, independent student newspaper, THE RAG, get started, and he contributed cartoon drawings and about 20 articles over a two year period. He was active in various leftist causes (i.e., “The Movement”) during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, and by 1974 figured journalism was a profession with potential for adventure as well as relevance and honesty.

Reavis was hired as a reporter at his father’s newspaper, Moore County News Press, in Dumas, Texas, in November 1974. He reported on police, courthouse and civic affairs, but small-town newspaper work and the atmosphere of Dumas did not suit him for long. He returned to the University of Texas at Austin in 1976 to pursue a master’s degree in philosophy.

Reavis took advantage of the journalistic outlets and opportunities in Austin, and on June 3, 1977 wrote a cover story about the Kickapoo Indians for the Texas Observer, which led to freelance work at Texas Monthly. He wrote for the “Reporter” section of the magazine a number of months before editor Bill Broyles unexpectedly gave him the opportunity to write a feature, which became “The Smoldering Fire,” about Mexican leftist guerillas, in the March 1978 issue.

By this time Reavis had quit school to focus on reporting and writing. He worked freelance for Texas Monthly until 1981, when he was put on staff. He also published his first book, Without Documents, in 1978, about the experiences of illegal immigrants from Latin America and the complex issues surrounding their plight.

On October 15, 1978, while riding his motorcycle, Reavis was hit by a drunk driver and nearly killed. Reavis had been assigned a Texas Monthly story on the Bandido bikers and had befriended them and become a biker himself, which he took up again after recovering from the accident. He tried his hand at fiction and photography for biker magazines during this period, and worked on an autobiography for Texas Monthly Press that was never published.

Reavis wrote 37 features for Texas Monthly in 12 years, often about Mexico or the underclass of Texas. On January 1, 1987 he set out on a year-long journey to drive every road on the official map of Texas, and report his experiences in a series for Texas Monthly. It was a chance for him to escape for a year and see his home state in its entirety. Not long afterwards he spent 12 months in Veracruz, Mexico to research his book, Conversations With Moctezuma, a study of and meditation on Mexican history and culture, published in 1990.

Displeased by changes at Texas Monthly, he resigned as a senior editor in the summer of 1990. The following year he joined the San Antonio Light as a Mexico correspondent, stationed in Monterrey, Mexico. For about 18 months between 1992 and 1993 he reported for the independent newspaper, Dallas Observer. It was during this time that the standoff at Mount Carmel near Waco happened.

Recognizing the raid, siege and burning of the Branch Davidian center as a major story that was being covered by the press only from the government’s perspective, Reavis spent the next two years reporting and investigating the incident, its players, causes, and immediate implications. Simon and Schuster published the resulting book, The Ashes of Waco, in 1995, making Reavis one of the few impartial experts on the subject. That same year he was called to testify before Congress in renewed hearings about what happened at Mount Carmel and why.

Thinking he would go into teaching, Reavis enrolled in an English MA program at University of Texas at Arlington, and received his degree in 1998. First, however, he found himself returning to journalism, most notably as a senior investigative reporter for the San Antonio Express-News, from 2000-2003. He also served as a reporter and senior editor for Texas Parks and Wildlife. Since the fall of 2004 he has lived with his wife Miriam in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is an assistant professor of journalism in the department of English at North Carolina State University.

Dick J. Reavis earned many awards and recognitions for his in-depth reporting and writing over the years: he was a finalist for a National Magazine Award and received three Texas Headliner’s Awards and four Katie Awards. He was also a Neiman Fellow at Harvard University.

Reavis edited and translated two books: Diary of an Undocumented Immigrant (1991) and Diary of a Guerrilla (1999). He also wrote the guidebook Texas (1995) and the civil rights memoir If White Kids Die (2001). He continues to write freelance for the on-line publication Counterpunch.org, and occasionally returns to the pages of Texas Monthly, most recently for a feature on the 2006 election in Mexico. In February 2010 Simon and Schuster published his latest book, Catching Out: The Secret World of Day Laborers.

Sources: Dick J. Reavis Papers (Collection 086); Donor Biography File (Dick Reavis); Reavis correspondence with Joel Minor

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Scope and Content Note

The papers of journalist, activist and professor, Dick J. Reavis, span the 1950s to the present, although the majority of the materials regard his journalism career from the mid-1970s to the end of 2003. The papers are arranged into the following series: Waco Investigation, The National Tour of Texas, Published Works, Unpublished Works, Correspondence, Photographs, Financial, Personal, Audio/Video Materials, and Computer Media. Overviews of each series follow.

Series I: Waco Investigation, 1962-2000, n.d. (bulk: 1993-2000) Boxes 1-65, 90

The first series documents Reavis’ research into the raid, siege and burning of the Branch Davidians’ Mount Carmel Center near Waco, Texas by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) and the FBI, as well as background on the Branch Davidian religious sect who lived there. Most materials arrived in one accession and have been arranged in Reavis’ original order.

The main purpose of the investigation was for his book, The Ashes of Waco, and this series reflects that, although Reavis’ research went beyond the book’s publication, as his role as an investigator/expert expanded. He also inter-filed post-publication documents with those for his book research. For all these reasons a more overarching series title is used.

There are 12 sub-series, described below. Please note: all audio and video materials and computer disks pertaining to the Waco investigation and book are in Series IX and X, respectively. Supplemental published materials on Waco that Reavis donated and that have been cataloged are also available. Search the Alkek Library on-line catalog or ask an archivist to see the printed list of these resources.

A. Subject Files (boxes 1-9): These files are titled and arranged (alphabetically) according to Reavis’ titles and arrangement. As a result, not all folder titles are entirely indicative of their contents. This sub-series is comprised of general subject files whose contents mostly pertain directly to research for The Ashes of Waco. However, some documents post-date the book, as Reavis continued his research work in the years that followed. The sub-series is dated according to when Reavis is likely to have accumulated the copies, not by the dates of the original documents. The sub-series encompasses a wide variety of documents, including correspondence, legal documents, reports, transcripts, clippings and publications.

B. Research Notebooks (boxes 10-17): Also titled and arranged alphabetically by title, according to how we received them, the research notebooks are additionally very similar to the subject files in that they pertain directly to Reavis’ research for his book. Most files are photocopied books that were bound with plastic comb binders and plain covers, with the titles written on the front. This sub-series is dated according to when Reavis is likely to have accumulated the copies, not by the dates of the original documents.

C. Tape Transcriptions (boxes 18-29): This sub-series spans the duration of the raid, consisting of official transcriptions of the 911 calls, FBI negotiations, and government surveillance tapes. The files are arranged chronologically, and end with a folder of notes Reavis took when researching them. Audio copies of the negotiations are in Series IX: Audio/Video Materials.

D. Publications (boxes 30-33, 90): The publications that are originals and not part of the subject files have their own sub-series. They range from mainstream coverage of the siege to government reports to comic books to Branch Davidian literature. Some publication dates predate the series, hence the wider date range of the sub-series.

E. Clippings (boxes 34-37): Starting with photocopies of daily newspaper articles, this sub-series chronicles the siege day-by-day, as well as the events following, including the trial in San Antonio, and it ends in June of 1995. After the chronological files of newspapers articles are alphabetical files of magazines and magazine articles.

F. Assorted Research Materials (box 38-39): Highlights include photocopied correspondence between Davidians, studies of the Seven Seals, and a Fire Development Analysis of the April 19 fire. All documents that were gathered as research but do not fit into the other sub-series are filed here. Some publication dates predate the series, hence the wider date range of the sub-series.

G. Notepads (box 40): Reavis used these spiral-bound pads to jot down notes during his research. The notepads here are either numbered, dated or titled, and are filed accordingly. Those notepads not pertaining to the Waco investigation are filed in either National Tour of Texas series or the Personal series.

H. Correspondence (box 41): Filed alphabetically, this sub-series features Reavis’ personal correspondence with some Mount Carmel survivors and other Branch Davidians, as well as official Freedom of Information Act requests with the U.S. Department of Justice.

I. Trials (boxes 42-58): This large sub-series is composed of legal documents from various trials stemming from the siege. The first trial, when the federal government prosecuted eleven Branch Davidians in 1994, is well documented, with over eight boxes of trial transcriptions. Reavis was a reporter at this trial in San Antonio and wrote about it in his book. Because of his expertise on Waco, Reavis served on the Timothy McVeigh defense team in 2000, and produced more subject files and gathered other legal documents, all of which are in the sub-sub-series McVeigh Defense Team. Miscellaneous other legal documents from additional trials are included in the Trials sub-series as well.

J. U.S. House Hearings (box 59): In July of 1995, Reavis testified at the joint hearings of the Oversight Subcommittee on National Security, International Affairs and Criminal Justice and the Judiciary Committee on Crime, and drafts of his statement are included here. Other House hearings are also detailed, with reports and transcriptions from 1993 and 1997 (in book and microfiche formats, respectively).

K. Gordon M. Novel Subject Files (box 60): Reavis wrote a feature for the San Antonio Express-News on Gordon Novel, a man with a mysterious past and an important figure in the continuing investigations into and conspiracy theories about Waco. Novel put forth the notion, using FLIR evidence, that FBI agents were firing into the Mount Carmel Center as the tanks inserted tear gas on the morning of April 19.

L. The Ashes of Waco (boxes 61-65): Drafts, page proofs, website materials, presentation points, correspondence, financial documents, reviews, contracts and marketing materials all chronicle the writing, editing and marketing of Reavis’ 1995 book.

Series II: The National Tour of Texas, 1985-1988, n.d. Boxes 66-73

In 1987, on assignment from Texas Monthly, Dick Reavis traveled every highway mile of Texas, according to the official DOT map (he discovered unmapped roads and stretches of roads during his travels). As a result he wrote articles about his experience, took slide photographs, gathered postcards and souvenirs, and kept meticulous notes on his travels. All these records and more constitute Series II. Reavis divided Texas into 48 regions, and organized almost all his documentation of the tour by these regions, including his notes, slides, postcards and maps. This numeric system has been preserved here.

The series is arranged into four sub-series: Documentation of Tour, which includes postcards, slides, logbooks, maps and notes; Materials About Tour, with correspondence, a scrapbook, souvenirs, press clips and articles, and promotional postcards; and Research, containing a book, dissertation and thesis on Texas.

Just prior to and as the trip got started, newspapers around the state covered the story. The Press Clips folder contains these clippings, and the Correspondence folder has letters from readers who want to give advice or extend invitations before his trip. The logbook, maps and handwritten/typed notebooks should be consulted for the most detailed documentation of the trip.

The full-size maps of Texas—one showing the regions he assigned and numbered, one showing the highways he drove—have been separated from the logbook where they were originally kept so they could be stored flat in an oversize document case. Two empty three-ring binders Reavis used for his notes are kept in box 71 as part of the “Documentation of the Tour” sub-series. The notes themselves are now kept in folders.

Series III: Published Works, 1967-2007, n.d. Boxes 74-82, 90

This series details many of the books and articles that Reavis has published (excepting The Ashes of Waco and “The National Tour of Texas,” which are in Series I and II, respectively) with drafts, correspondence, scrapbooks, research files, receipts, etc. The series is dated according to the publication dates of his pieces, not dates on any research materials he gathered.

The files are titled by title of article and arranged chronologically, though also according to original order of the files. For instance, the large “Anthology Choices” sub-series spans 1978-2004 and was compiled by Reavis for a planned book anthology of his work, so its files are kept together. Although this anthology remains unpublished, all the stories Reavis gathered were published in their time, so this sub-series is included in Published Works.

Series IV: Unpublished Works, 1979-1998, n.d. Boxes 83-84, 90

Highlighted by this series are the unpublished pieces from Reavis’ writing career. Drafts of a planned autobiographical book written for Texas Monthly Press in 1980 is featured. Unlike the previous series, this series is filed by type of project or title of the publication, rather than title of piece.

Series V: Correspondence, 1969-2001, n.d. Boxes 85-86

Submission queries and correspondence with editors or fellow writers constitute the bulk of this series. One exception of note is a file of letters between Reavis and Timothy McVeigh and others regarding an idea Reavis had for a book on the Oklahoma City bombing and the right-wing militia movement.

The first sub-series, Submission Files, preserves the alphabetical filing order and titles of a file box Reavis used for submissions to editors and presses, mainly in the mid-1970s. As a result, not all items in these folders are letters, but they do pertain to submission correspondence.

See the Waco Investigation, The National Tour of Texas or Published Works series for correspondence related to those topics.

Series VI: Photographs, ca. 1950’s-2005, n.d. Box 86

This series offers visual documentation of Reavis’ life from childhood to present day. The photographs are arranged by type: “Of Reavis,” “By Reavis,” “General” and “Assignments,” and chronologically within their respective sub-series.

See the Waco Investigation or The National Tour of Texas series for photographs related to those topics.

Series VII: Financial, 1976-1995, n.d. Box 87

Receipts and expense records constitute the Financial series. Included are the complete expense records of Reavis’ contract work with Harry Hurt and Fortune magazine in 1994-5. As with Correspondence and Photographs, financial records directly related to contents in other series are not included here.

Series VIII: Personal Papers, 1965-2006, n.d. Boxes 87-90

The Personal series chronicles a few of the awards Reavis has won and some of his civil rights work, among other aspects of his life. Publications Reavis collected over the years are included in a sub-series. Reavis’ curriculum vitae, compiled and donated in 2006, is in this series, and includes complete lists of his professional experience, awards won, and books and major articles published.

Series IX: Audio-Video Materials, 1956-2001, n.d. Boxes 91-100, 103

Most of the tapes in the Audio-Video Materials series are related to the Waco Investigation series, but also included are audio tapes from Reavis’ research for his “Politics of Armageddon” article. A database with item-level description is available to researchers, located on the SWWC server. Ask an archivist for details.

Series X: Computer Media, 1994-2007, n.d. Boxes 101-103

Like the previous series, most computer diskettes and discs are related to the Waco Investigation series, except for a few with photographs and correspondence files on them. An item-level descriptive table is included in the container list. A database with item-level description is available to researchers, located on the SWWC server. Ask an archivist for details.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Dick J. Reavis Papers, Southwestern Writers Collection/Texas State University-San Marcos.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Dick J. Reavis, 1997, 2001-2007.

Processing Information

Processed by Joel Minor and Amy Cockreham, 2006.

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 Note to Researchers 

In addition to the materials detailed in this finding aid, Mr. Reavis has donated over 100 books, videocassettes, and other items that have been cataloged and shelved on The Wittliff Collections stacks. Most of these items are related to the Waco investigation. See the on-line catalog or the printed list available from the archivist.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Waco Investigation, 1961-2000, n.d. (bulk: 1993-2000)

Subject Files, 1993-2000, n.d. (bulk: 1993-1995)
Box Folder
1 1 911
2 ACLU
3 Advance List
4 Adventism
5 Alaniz [Louis]
6 Allard [Edward F.]
7 Allison [Norman]
8 American Patriot Fax Network (1 of 3)
9 American Patriot Fax Network (2 of 3)
10 American Patriot Fax Network (3 of 3)
11 Apocrypha
12 April 19
13 Arnold [J. Phillip]
14 Arson
15 Autopsies
16 Avrrom, Remos
17 Baruch
18 Bain [Sarah]
19 Bell
20 Blake [Winston]
21 Bostwick [Rick]
22 Branch [Brad]
23 Breault [Marc]
24 Brittney
25 Brits
26 Bunting [Glenn F.]
27 CAN
Box Folder
2 1 Castillo, Jaime (1 of 2)
2 Castillo, Jaime (2 of 2)
3 Cayce [Edgar]
4 Chester
5 Child Abuse
6 Children
7 Civil Suit Lawyers
8 Civil Suit, Misc.
9 Clark [Ramsey]
10 Clinton [Bill]
11 Clips, book
12 CNN
13 Cohen [Norman]
14 Cole, Ron
15 Collins
16 Congress
17 Constitution
18 COPS [Citizens Organization for Public Safety]
19 CP [Constitution Party]
20 Craddock, G.
21 Credentials
22 Crow, Rodney
23 Cyanide
24 Davidians
25 Dead
26 Degeurin [Dick & Mike]
27 Degeurin, Dick
28 Deprogrammers
Box Folder
3 1 Diagram
2 DeVault, Jack
3 Doors
4 Doyle, Clive
5 Drugs
6 Dutch Uncle
7 Dyslexia
8 Engelman, Ron
9 England, Mark
10 Esdras
11 Experts
12 Fact
13 To Fagan [Livingstone]
14 Fagan [Livingstone]
15 Fagan / Xerox
16 Fagan Notes (1 of 2)
17 Fagan Notes (2 of 2)
Box Folder
4 1 Fair
2 The Family
3 Fatta [Paul]
4 Faxes
5 Faucett [Ken]
6 Fire Tapes
7 Florida
8 FOIA [Freedom of Information Act requests, Federal]
9 FOIA [Freedom of Information Act requests, Texas]
10 Gag
11 GAO [General Accounting Office]
12 Gent, Peter
13 Ghost Dance
14 Gifford, Dan
15 Gramm [Phil]
16 Grants
17 Guitar Nebula
18 Gun Owners
19 Guns
20 Gyarfas
21 Halderman [Bonnie]
22 Hawkins, Pam
23 Helicopters
24 Higgins [Stephen E.]
25 Hipsman, Peter
26 History
27 Hokama [Dennis]
28 Holley [Joe]
29 Hospital
30 House
Box Folder
5 1 Houteff [Victor]
2 Illustrations
3 Index
4 Indictment, Feb. 28
5 Indictment, Aug. 6
6 Infraspection [Institute]
7 Introduce
8 Inventory
9 Investigation
10 Jail
11 Jamar [Jeffrey]
12 Jewell, Sherri
13 Jews
14 Jones, Perry
15 Jubilee
16 Jury Charge
17 Kelly [Dean M.]
18 Kendrick Clips
19 Kirk [Terrence W.]
20 Koppel [Ted]
Box Folder
6 1 Koresh, David (History)
2 Koresh, David (Letters)
3 KPOC
4 KRLD
5 Larsen [Eric R.]
6 Lawnmower Man [Movie]
7 Leaflets
8 Leiby [Richard]
9 Letters
10 Letters, Texas Monthly
11 Life [Magazine]
12 List [Waco Phone]
13 Living Waters, Branch of Righteousness
14 Luther [Martin]
15 Machine Guns
16 March 2
17 Martin, Sheila
18 Martin, Wayne
19 Matteson, Catherine
20 McBean [Janet]
21 McMurtry [Larry]
22 Medical Records
23 Menuet [Robert]
24 Millox
25 Miscellaneous
26 Moore, Carolyn
27 Mosher
28 Move
29 Murray, Dianne
Box Folder
7 1 NCC [National Council of Churches]
2 News Conferences
3 Newton [Sir Isaac]
4 Nightline
5 Novel, Gordon
6 Numbers, Ron
7 Nuts
8 Op-Ed
9 Outpost of Freedom
10 Pate
11 Patton [Billy]
12 Peggy
13 Physics
14 Pix
15 Pope [Phillip]
16 Povich [Maury]
17 Press
18 Projectile
19 Promotion
20 Race
21 Rainard [Lyn]
22 Rawls [Wendell]
23 Record
24 Register
25 Reno [Janet]
26 Rentz [Stanley]
27 Richards [Annetta]
28 Richards, Gov.
29 Riddle, Rita Faye
30 Riddle, Ruth
31 Roden, George
32 Roden, Lois
Box Folder
8 1 Roden, Amo.
2 Rodriguez, Robert
3 Roof
4 Schecter [Cathy]
5 Schroeder, Kathryn
6 SDA [Seventh Day Adventists]
7 Self-defense
8 Senate
9 Sentencing
10 Sessions [William]
11 Shamoun
12 Shaw, Alisa
13 Sheriff
14 Skinheads
15 Smith (Judge)
16 Soldier of Fortune
17 Spector [Arlen]
18 Speed
19 The Spotlight
20 Stowers [Carlton]
21 Swett [Mark] (1 of 3)
22 Swett [Mark] (2 of 3)
23 Swett [Mark] (3 of 3)
24 Tabor [James D.]
Box Folder
9 1 Tear Gas
2 Texas Monthly Drafts
3 Texas Observer
4 Texas Penal Code
5 Thibodeau, David
6 Thomas, Marjorie
7 Thomas, Linda
8 True Cross
9 Treasury
10 Trial
11 Trial, 1987
12 Trimm [James]
13 Turner
14 Tweed [Cyrus]
15 Undated
16 Underground
17 Valentine [Carol A.]
18 Voss [Cary R.W.]
19 Waco [Assorted]
20 Walker
21 Wall Street Journel
22 Weather
23 Weaver [Randy]
24 Wendell, Jaydean
25 Whitecliff [Kevin]
26 Who's Who
27 Witness List
28 Zimmerman [Jack B.]
Research Notebooks, ca. 1993-1995, n.d.
Box Folder
10 1 911
2 Acts of Thomas
3 Applegate [FBI Gas Assault at Waco]
4 Autopsy (1 of 2)
5 Autopsy (2 of 2)
6 Avraam, Renos [Testimony]
Box Folder
11 1 Bennett [The Bennett-Teed Discussion]
2 Breault [Marc] (1 of 2)
3 Breault [Marc] (2 of 2)
4 Bug Monitoring Log
5 Bug Tapes I
6 Bug Tapes, April 17-19 (1 of 2)
7 Bug Tapes, April 17-19 (2 of 2)
8 Chemical Report on "CS" Agent
Box Folder
12 1 Chojnacki
2 Cops
3 Cosmogony
4 Craddock, Graeme
5 Deguerin [Dick]
6 Fagan [Livingstone]
7 FBI [Report and Recommendations by Alan A. Stone]
8 Fire Development Analysis
Box Folder
13 1 The Flaming Sword
2 The Great Red Dragon
3 Hollingsworth, Victoria
4 Immortal Manhood
5 Inventory (1 of 2)
6 Inventory (2 of 2)
7 Kendrick [Woodrow]
Box Folder
14 1 Judiciary (1 of 2)
2 Judiciary (2 of 2)
3 Kopel 1 [No more Wacos, Chapters 1-4]
4 Kopel 2 [No more Wacos, Chapters 5-end]
5 Mackle [Koreshean Unity in Florida, 1894-1910]
Box Folder
15 1 Misc. Teed
2 Moore, Carol (1 of 2)
3 Moore, Carol (2 of 2)
4 Negotiations
5 Novel [Gordon]
Box Folder
16 1 Peerwani [Nizam]
2 Pope [The Daily]
3 Pre-Trial
4 Roden, Lois
5 Sarabyn
6 Tapes (copy 1 of 2)
Box Folder
17 1 Tapes (copy 2 of 2)
2 Teed / Koreshanity
3 Thomas, Marjorie (1 of 2)
4 Thomas, Marjorie (2 of 2)
5 Waco Tribune-Herald
6 Waco Tribune-Herald II
7 Walker [BATF Budget Proposal]
8 Zimmerman [Jack]
Tape Transcriptions, Feb. 28--Apr. 19, 1993
Box Folder
18 1 911 Calls, Tape 1AA, 2BB, unnumbered, Feb. 28
2 911 Calls, Tape 3A-B, 5-6, Feb. 28
3 911 Calls, Tape 7-9, Feb. 28
4 911 Calls, Tape 11-15, Feb. 28
5 911 Calls, Tape 16-23, 26, 28, Mar. 1 (labeled Feb. 29)
6 911 Calls, Tape 2-3 [Mar. 1]
7 Tape 4-5, Mar. 1
8 Tape 6-8, Mar. 1
Box Folder
19 1 Tape 9-10B, Mar. 1
2 Tape 11A-12B, Mar. 2
3 Tape 13-15, Mar. 2
4 Tape 16-21, Mar. 2
5 Tape 22-25, Mar. 2-3
6 Tape 26-29, Mar. 3
7 Tape 30-32, Mar. 3
Box Folder
20 1 Tape 33-36, Mar. 3-4
2 Tape 37-39, Mar. 4
3 Tape 40-43, Mar. 4
4 Tape 44-46, Mar. 4
5 Tape 48-50, Mar. 4-5
6 Tape 51-53, Mar. 5
7 Tape 54-57, Mar. 5
Box Folder
21 1 Tape 58-60, Mar. 5
2 Tape 61-63, Mar. 5-6
3 Tape 64-66, Mar. 6
4 Tape 67-69, Mar. 6
5 Tape 70-72, Mar. 6
6 Tape 73-75, Mar. 6-7
7 Tape 76-78, Mar. 7
Box Folder
22 1 Tape 79-81, Mar. 7
2 Tape 82-85, Mar. 7
3 Tape 86-88, Mar. 7
4 Tape 89-90, Mar. 7-8
5 Tape 91-93, Mar. 8
6 Tape 94-96, Mar. 8-9
7 Tape 97-98, Mar. 9
Box Folder
23 1 Tape 99-101, Mar. 9-10
2 Tape 102-104, Mar. 10
3 Tape 105-107, Mar. 10
4 Tape 108-110, Mar. 10-11
5 Tape 111-114, Mar. 11
6 Tape 115-117, Mar. 11-12
7 Tape 118-120, Mar. 12
Box Folder
24 1 Tape 121-123, Mar. 12-13
2 Tape 124-126, Mar. 13
3 Tape 127-129, Mar. 14-15
4 Tape 130-134, Mar. 16-19
5 Tape 135-137, Mar. 19
6 Tape 138-140, Mar. 19
7 Tape 141-143, Mar. 20
Box Folder
25 1 Tape 144-147, Mar. 20-21
2 Tape 148-150, Mar. 21
3 Tape 151-154, Mar. 21-23
4 Tape 155-157, Mar. 23-24
5 Tape 158-161, Mar. 24-25
6 Tape 162-164, Mar. 25
7 Tape 165-169, Mar. 25-26
Box Folder
26 1 Tape 170-172, Mar. 27
2 Tape 173-174, Mar. 27
3 Tape 175-177, Mar. 27-28
4 Tape 178-181, Mar. 28
5 Tape 182-184, Mar. 28
6 Tape 185-189, Mar. 28-30
7 Tape 190-191, Apr. 2
Box Folder
27 1 Tape 192-194, Apr. 2-3
2 Tape 195-197, undated, Apr. 8
3 Tape 198-200, Apr. 8-9
4 Tape 201-203, Apr. 9
5 Tape 204-206, Apr. 10
6 Tape 207-209, Apr. 10-11
7 Tape 210-212, Apr. 11-12
Box Folder
28 1 Tape 213-215, Apr. 12-13
2 Tape 216-218, Apr. 13
3 Tape 219-221, Apr. 13
4 Tape 222-224, Apr. 14
5 Tape 225-227, Apr. 14-15
6 Tape 228-230, Apr. 15
7 Tape 232-234, Apr. 15-16
Box Folder
29 1 Tape 235-237, Apr. 16-17
2 Tape 238-240, Apr. 17-18
3 Tape 241-247, Apr. 18-19
4 Bug Tapes, Apr. 18
5 Bug Tapes, Apr. 19
6 Reavis Notes, Feb. 28-Apr. 19
Publications, 1961-1999 (bulk: 1990s)
Box Folder
30 1 Adventist Today, May/June 1993
2 American Eagle, 1990-1992
3 Apocalypse in Waco, 1993
4 Attack on Gordon Kahl at Medina, 1985
5 The Branch / Bengamin Roden, ca. 1961-1978
6 Conflict in Texas: A Report and Analysis of the Koresh Movement, 1997
7 David Koresh: God Rocks, n.d.
8 Davidian Seventh Day Adventists, n.d.
9 Dept. of Defense: Military Assistance Provided at Branch Davidian Incident, August 1999
10 General
11 Gordon W. Kahl and the Red Cloud Over America, 1993
12 House of Representatives Hearings, 1993-1995
13 House of Representatives Investigation Into the Activities of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Toward the Branch Davidians, Aug. 2, 1996
14 Living Waters, 1978-1993
15 Living Waters Branch of Righteousness, 1992-1994
16 Mitchell, Doug / Living Waters Branch, 1986-1995
17 Mt. Carmel Center (South Carolina), 1999, n.d.
18 Myths About Gun Control, 1992
Box Folder
31 1 Newsweek, March--May 1993
2 New York Times Magazine, July 9, 1995 [photocopies - original in box 90]
3 Operation Vampire Killer 2000, 1992
4 Outpost of Freedom, February--April 1993
5 People, March 13, 1993
6 Report of the Dept. of the Treasury on the BATF Investigation of Vernon Wayne Howell a.k.a. David Koresh, September 1, 1993 (1 of 2)
7 Report of the Dept. of the Treasury on the BATF Investigation of Vernon Wayne Howell a.k.a. David Koresh, September 1, 1993 (2 of 2)
8 Report of the Waco Task Force, September 1993
9 Report to the Deputy Attorney General on the Events at Waco, Texas, Redacted Version, October 8, 1993 (1 of 2)
10 Report to the Deputy Attorney General on the Events at Waco, Texas, Redacted Version, October 8, 1993 (2 of 2)
Box Folder
32 1 Senate Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations, HR 2519 and 2403, 1993-1994
2 Shekinah, 1982
3 Sinister Twilight, 1994
4 Time, March--May 1993
5 U.S. Dept. of Justice, 1993
6 U.S. News and World Report, May 3, 1993
7 Universal Publishing Association (Branch Sabbath School Lessons) n.d.
8 Universal Publishing Association (General), n.d.
9 Waco, Rules of Engagement, [1996]
10 Waco Shootout: Another Perspective, ca. March 15, 1993
Box Folder
33 1 The Shepherd's Rod Writings, 1997 (1 of 5)
2 The Shepherd's Rod Writings, 1997 (2 of 5)
3 The Shepherd's Rod Writings, 1997 (3 of 5)
4 The Shepherd's Rod Writings, 1997 (4 of 5)
5 The Shepherd's Rod Writings, 1997 (5 of 5)
Clippings, 1993-1995, n.d.
Box Folder
34 1 March 1, 1993
2 March 2
3 March 3
4 March 4
5 March 5
6 March 6
7 March 7
8 March 8
9 March 9
10 March 10
11 March 11
12 March 12
13 March 13
14 March 14
15 March 15
16 March 16
17 March 17
18 March 18
19 March 19
20 March 20
21 March 21
22 March 22
23 March 23
24 March 25
25 March 26
26 March 28
27 March 29-30
28 April 1-3
29 April 4-5
30 April 8-10
31 April 11-12
32 April 13-14
33 April 15
34 April 16-17
35 April 18-19
Box Folder
35 1 April 20 (1 of 4)
2 April 20 (2 of 4)
3 April 20 (3 of 4)
4 April 20 (4 of 4)
5 April 21 (1 of 3)
6 April 21 (2 of 3)
7 April 21 (3 of 3)
8 April 22
9 April 23
10 April 24
11 April 25
12 April 26-30
13 May 1-6
14 May 7-21
15 May 23-30
16 June
17 July
18 August
19 September
20 October 1
21 October 2-8
Box Folder
36 1 October 9-12
2 October 13-29
3 November-December
4 January 4-9, 1994
5 January 10-11
6 January 12-13
7 January 14-15
8 January 16-18
9 January 19-20
10 January 21-23
11 January 24-26
12 January 27-31
13 February 1-3
14 February 4-8
15 February 9-12
16 February 13-18
17 February 19-23
18 February 24-26
19 February 27
Box Folder
37 1 February 28
2 March 1-9
3 March 10-31
4 April
5 May
6 June
7 July
8 August-December
9 January-March 1995
10 April-June 1995
11 American Spectator, n.d.
12 American Rifleman, September 1993
13 Modern Maturity, June 1994
14 The Nation, May 23, 1994
15 The New Republic, 1993, 1995
16 The New Yorker, May 16, 1993
17 Newsweek, March-October 1993
18 Penthouse, n.d.
19 Spectrum, May 1993
20 Spin, n.d.
21 Tabloids, May 1993
22 Time, March 1993 - March 1994
23 U.S. News & World Report, March 1993 - January 1994
24 Worker's Vanguard, 1993-1994
Assorted Research Material, ca. 1962-1999, n.d. (bulk: 1990s)
Box Folder
38 1 Correspondence
2 Court Testimony
3 Expose of the Reign of Terror and Cover-Ups in American Politics
4 Fire Development Analysis
5 General
6 Government Report
7 Reports
Box Folder
39 1 Seven Seals Then and Now
2 Statements and Interviews
3 Students of the Seven Seals: A Successional History
4 Tape Transcription Notes and Excerpts
5 Waco File
Notepads, ca. 1993-1995
Box Folder
40 1 Numbered (1-10)
2 Numbered (11-19)
3 Dated
4 Titled
Correspondence, 1993-2000, n.d.
Box Folder
41 1 ATF
2 Caddell, Mike
3 Castillo, Jaime / Moore, Carol
4 Fagan, Livingstone
5 International Creative Management
6 Lovelock, Derek
7 Manchester Metro News
8 Pace, Charles
9 Swett, Mark
10 U.S. Department of Justice
11 Visual Materials, ca. 1993-2000
Trials, 1993-2000
United States vs. Brad E. Branch, et al.
Box Folder
42 1 Pre-Trial Conference
Jury Trial Transcriptions
Box Folder
42 2 January 10, 1994
3 January 11
4 January 12
5 January 13
Box Folder
43 1 January 14
2 January 18
3 January 19
4 January 20
Box Folder
44 1 January 21
2 January 24
3 January 25
4 January 26
Box Folder
45 1 January 27
2 January 28
3 January 31
4 February 1
Box Folder
46 1 February 2
2 February 3
3 February 4
4 February 7
Box Folder
47 1 February 8
2 February 9
3 February 10
4 February 11
5 February 14
Box Folder
48 1 February 15
2 February 16
3 February 17
4 February 18
5 February 22
6 February 23
Box Folder
49 1 February 25-26
2 February 26
3 Index of Trial Proceedings
4 Sentencing Hearing Transcription
5 Defense Investigation
Government Court Documents
Box Folder
49 6 Avraam-Doyle
7 Fagan-Lawson
8 Lovelock-Riddle
Box Folder
50 1 Riddle-Whitecliff
2 Search Warrants (1 of 2)
3 Search Warrants (2 of 2)
4 Brief for the United States
5 Appellant's Briefs
United States vs. Jaime Castillo
Box Folder
50 6 Appellant's Briefs
United States vs. Graeme Craddock
Box Folder
50 7 Brief for Appellant
United States vs. Paul Fatta
Box Folder
50 8 Brief for Appellant
United States vs. Shroeder, et al.
Box Folder
51 1 Proceedings
United States vs. Kevin Whitecliff
Box Folder
51 2 Defendant's Briefs
Renos Avraam vs. United States
Box Folder
51 3 Appellant's Briefs
Isabel Andrade, et al. vs. Phillip Chojnacki, et al.
Box Folder
51 4 Court Documents, 1994
5 Court Documents, 1995
6 Plaintiff Response to Motion
7 Court Documents, 1996 (1 of 2)
8 Court Documents, 1996 (2 of 2)
Box Folder
52 1 Court Documents, 1997
2 Court Documents, 1999
3 Craddock Deposition (Vol. 1)
4 Craddock Deposition (Vol. 2)
5 Court Documents, May 2000
6 Court Documents, June 2000
Box Folder
53 1 Plaintiffs' Affidavit (1 of 2)
2 Plaintiffs' Affidavit (2 of 2)
3 Transcriptions
4 Jury Documents
5 FLIR Evidence (1 of 2)
6 FLIR Evidence (2 of 2)
7 Comparative Transcription of Excerpts
8 Plaintiff's Exhibits (#25, 70, 72)
9 Analysis of Structural and Egress Issues Relating to Events of April 19, 1993 at the Branch Davidian Compound, Waco, Texas
Box Folder
54 1 Plaintiff's Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law
Brown vs. United States
Box Folder
54 2 Court Documents, January 16-18, 1996
3 Court Documents, January 18-September 16, 1996
McVeigh Defense Team
Box Folder
54 4 Fire Investigation Report
5 Redacted FBI/Department of Defense Documents
6 Andrade vs. Chojnacki Medical Affidavits
Box Folder
55 1 Andrade vs. Chojnacki Court Documents (1 of 3)
2 Andrade vs. Chojnacki Court Documents (2 of 3)
3 Andrade vs. Chojnacki Court Documents (3 of 3)
4 General
5 Texas Rangers Investigative Report
Subject Files
Box Folder
55 6 302s
7 911
8 Allard
9 Apocrypha
10 Aymara
11 Ballesteros
Box Folder
56 1 Bradford
2 Branch
3 Brannon
4 Cadell
5 Carroll
6 Castillo
7 Church
8 Clark
9 Craig
10 Danforth
11 DeGuerin
12 Depositions
13 Department of Defense
14 Doyle - Congress
15 Experts
16 Fagan
17 Ferguson
18 Fire Trucks
19 FLIR
20 Ghigliotti
21 Gifford
22 Gray
23 Gunfire
24 Gym
25 Hancock/Rules
26 Hardy
27 Horiuchi
28 Judge Smith (1 of 2)
29 Judge Smith (2 of 2)
Box Folder
57 1 Kennedy
2 Lovelock
3 Lyons
4 McNulty
5 Media Suit
6 Novel [Gordon]
7 Origin
8 Pace [Charles]
9 Plaintiffs
10 Projectiles (1 of 2)
11 Projectiles (2 of 2)
12 Riddle
13 Schroeder, K.
14 Schroeder, Michael
15 Second Shooting
16 Shaped Charge
17 Sherrow
18 Shooting Review
19 Swett, Mark
20 Tabor, James
21 Thibodeau, David
22 Time Line
23 Trials
24 Unfiled
25 Vector
26 Zimmerman, Jack
Box Folder
58 1 302s (1 of 4)
2 302s (2 of 4)
3 302s (3 of 4)
4 302s (4 of 4)
U.S. House Hearings, 1993-1997
Box Folder
59 1 Committee on Judiciary
2 Committee on Appropriations
3 Dick Reavis Testimony
4 Materials Relating to Investigation Into the Activities of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Toward the Branch Davidians
Gordon M. Novel Subject Files, 1967-2000, n.d.
Box Folder
60 1 Allard
2 Anderson
3 Arson
4 Clark
5 Colby
6 Cole
7 Correspondence
8 Curriculum Vitae
9 DeLorean
10 FBI
11 Flynt
12 General
13 Hancock
14 Hoover
15 Interview
16 JFK
17 Prison
18 Rose
19 Set #1
20 Set #2
21 Set #3
22 Set #4
23 Set #5
24 UFO
25 Vindicator
26 Watergate
27 World's Fair
Ashes of Waco, 1993-2000, n.d.
Drafts
Box Folder
61 1 [Suzanne Winkler Edits]
2 Stein's Edits (1 of 3)
3 Stein's Edits (2 of 3)
4 Stein's Edits (3 of 3)
5 "Stein Vol. 1"
Box Folder
62 1 "Stein Vol. 2"
[Reavis Edits]
Box Folder
62 2 "Vol. 1"
3 "Vol. 2"
4 [Copy A] (1 of 2)
5 [Copy A] (2 of 2)
Box Folder
63 1 [Copy B] (1 of 2)
2 [Copy B] (2 of 2)
3 [Copy C] (1 of 2)
4 [Copy C] (2 of 2)
5 Simon & Schuster Manuscript (1 of 2)
Box Folder
64 1 Simon & Schuster Manuscript (2 of 2)
2 Page Proofs
3 Website
4 Presentation Points (1 of 3)
Box Folder
65 1 Presentation Points (2 of 3)
2 Presentation Points (3 of 3)
Correspondence
Box Folder
65 3 British Publishers
4 ICM
5 Readers
6 Simon & Schuster
7 Financial
8 Reviews
9 Publisher's Agreement
10 Synopsis
11 Marketing

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Series II: National Tour of Texas, ca. 1985-1988, n.d.

Documentation of Tour, 1985-1987, n.d.
Postcards
Box
66 Region 1-33
Box
67 Region 34-End
Box Folder
68 1 Slide Index
Slides
Box Folder
68 2 #1-207
3 #208-496
4 #497-584
Box Folder
69 1 #585-705
2 #706-784
3 #785-1030
Box Folder
70 n/a Log Book
1 Expense Book
2 Maps
Handwritten Notes
Box Folder
71 1 Region 1-48
2 Notepads
Typed Notes
Box Folder
71 3 Region 1-15, Jan. 4 - Apr. 18
4 Region 16-24, Apr. 19 - Aug. 19
5 Aug. 20 - Dec. 30
n/a Binders
Materials About Tour. 1987-1988, n.d.
Box Folder
72 n/a Scrapbook
1 Photocopies of Scrapbook
Box Folder
73 1 Correspondence
2 Tour Souvenirs
3 Press Clips (By Others)
4 Texas Monthly Articles (By Reavis)
5 Postcards (of Reavis)
Research, ca. 1985-1988
Box Folder
73 6 The Farmer’s Frontier on the Front Plains, by John Alexandre Paul [1959]
7 The History and Development of Irrigated Cotton on the High Plains of Texas, by Joseph F. Gordon (1 of 2) [1961]
8 The History and Development of Irrigated Cotton on the High Plains of Texas, by Joseph F. Gordon (2 of 2) [1961]
9 Imperial Texas, by D.W. Meinig

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Series III: Published Works, 1967-2007, n.d.

Box Folder
74 1 "One Big Union," The Rag, March 20, 1967
2 The Midnight Special, October 1970
Moore County News-Press, et al. Scrapbook, 1975-1976
Box Folder
74 3 Photocopies [original scrapbook in box 90]
4 Without Documents, 1977-1979
5 Anthology Choices, 1978-2004, n.d. (1 of 4)
6 Anthology Choices, 1978-2004, n.d. (2 of 4)
7 Anthology Choices, 1978-2004, n.d. (3 of 4)
8 Anthology Choices, 1978-2004, n.d. (4 of 4)
Box Folder
75 1 Fiction Submissions, ca. 1980
"Why I Turned on Lee Otis Johnson," Texas Monthly, ca. 1980, n.d.
Box Folder
75 2 Legal Research (1 of3)
3 Legal Research (2 of3)
4 Legal Research (3 of3)
5 "TAPE"
6 "53, 110"
7 Research
8 Writer's Agreement
9 Early Drafts (1 of 2)
10 Early Drafts (2 of 2)
"The Saint of Falfurrias," Texas Monthly, ca. 1981
Box Folder
76 1 Research (1 of 2)
2 Research (2 of 2)
3 Drafts
"Charlie Brooks' Last Words," Texas Monthly, 1982-1983
Box Folder
76 4 Correspondence
"The Politics of Armageddon," Texas Monthly, ca. 1984, n.d.
Research
Box Folder
76 5 Pamphlets/Booklets
6 J.F. Norris
7 Expository Sermons on Revelation
Box Folder
77 1 Dissertation
2 Hymnal
3 Church Sermons
Conversations with Moctezuma, 1988-1995, n.d.
Box Folder
78 1 Expense Receipts (1 of2)
2 Expense Receipts (2 of2)
3 Early Draft, October 11, 1990 (1 of 3)
4 Early Draft, October 11, 1990 (2 of 3)
5 Early Draft, October 11, 1990 (3 of 3)
Box Folder
79 1 Early Draft, n.d. (1 of 4)
2 Early Draft, n.d. (2 of 4)
3 Early Draft, n.d. (3 of 4)
4 Early Draft, n.d. (4 of 4)
5 Book Reviews
6 Correspondence
7 Royalty Statements
"How Do You Say Perestroika in Spanish," Texas Monthly, ca. 1989
Box Folder
80 1 Drafts
Box Folder
80 2 Diary of an Undocumented Immigrant, 1991
San Antonio Light Scrapbook, 1991-1992 [original in box 90]
Box Folder
80 3 Scrapbook Photocopies (1 of 4)
4 Scrapbook Photocopies (2 of 4)
5 Scrapbook Photocopies (3 of 4)
6 Scrapbook Photocopies (4 of 4)
Box Folder
81 1 "Mexico versus Mexico," Utne Reader, 1994
2 General, 1994-2002
3 Texas, ca. 1995
"The Search for Oxpemul," Men's Journal, ca. 1995-1996
Box Folder
81 4 Correspondence and Contract
5 Research
6 Drafts
7 The Late Great Mexican Border, 1996
8 "Understanding Timothy McVeigh," Nieman Reports, 1997
9 "Los 'Pocitos' de la Muerte," Proceso, Feburary 3, 2002
10 Newspapers, 2003-2004
11 "Dreamer's Tale," Desert Candle, 2004
12 Counterpunch Articles, 2005-
Box Folder
82 1 "The Real Winners in Mexico," Salon, 2006
2 "The Recount," Texas Monthly, 2006
3 "Made to Last," The Texas Observer, 2007

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Series IV: Unpublished Works, 1979-1988, n.d.

Box Folder
83 1 Fiction Submissions, 1979-1982, n.d. (1 of 2)
2 Fiction Submissions, 1979-1982, n.d. (2 of 2)
3 Autobiographical Work, Copy 1, ca. 1980 (1 of 2)
4 Autobiographical Work, Copy 1, ca. 1980 (2 of 2)
5 Autobiographical Work, Copy 2, ca. 1980 (1 of 3)
Box Folder
84 1 Autobiographical Work, Copy 2, ca. 1980 (2 of 3)
2 Autobiographical Work, Copy 2, ca. 1980 (3 of 3)
3 NY Times Magazine, 1989-1990 (1 of 2)
4 NY Times Magazine, 1989-1990 (2 of 2)
5 Esquire, 1990
6 Oklahoma City Bombing Book, 1995-1997
7 Texas Parks & Wildlife, 1998
8 Texas Monthly, n.d.
9 Untitled, n.d.
10 Corrected typescript fragment, n.d. [separation sheet only - original is in box 90]

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Series V: Correspondence, 1969-2001, n.d.

Submission Files, 1969-1978, n.d.
Box Folder
85 1 A-C
2 D-G
3 H (1 of 2)
4 H (2 of 2)
5 I-P
6 S-W
7 Unfiled
Box Folder
86 1 Texas Monthly, 1978-1996, n.d.
2 Dugger, Ronnie, 1981-1994, n.d.
3 General, 1981-2000
4 Landers, Jim, 1990
5 Curtis, Gregory, 1990-1994, n.d.
6 Jobs, 1990-1996, n.d.
7 McVeigh, Timothy / Oklahoma City Bombing, 1995-2001
8 Levy, Mike, 1997

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Series VI: Photographs, 1950s-2005, n.d.

Of Reavis
Box Folder
86 9 1950s-1970s
10 1980s
11 1990s-2000s
By Reavis, ca. 1980
Box Folder
86 12 Supercycle and Iron Horse
13 "FTW M/C Pix"
14 "Negatives M/C"
15 "M/C Pix Sold"
16 "Easyriders Pix"
17 General, ca. 1980-1989
18 Assignments, ca. 1985, n.d.

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Series VII: Financial, 1976-1995

Expense Ledgers
Box Folder
87 1 1980-1983
2 1980-1983
3 1980-1983
4 Harry Hurt / Fortune Expense Records, 1994-1995
5 Receipts, 1976-1977

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Series VIII: Personal Papers, 1965-2006, n.d.

Awards, 1983-2002
Box Folder
87 6 Headliner's Foundation
Box Folder
88 1 General
2 Texas Katie Awards
3 Civil Rights Work, 1965-1966, 2005-2006
4 Clippings, ca. 1976-1992
5 Curriculum Vitae, 2006
6 General, n.d.
7 I.D. Cards, 1973-1990
8 Interview, 2002
9 Notebooks, n.d.
Publications, 1971-2006
Box Folder
88 10 The Bracero Program
11 Chihuahua
Box Folder
89 1 The Mt. Carmel Survivors Newsletter
2 NY Times Book Review
3 The Review of Politics
4 Simon & Schuster Catalog
5 Truth and the Ethics of Criticism
6 Salvador Folk Saints
7 Texas Monthly

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Series IX: Audio/Video Materials, 1956-2001, n.d.

Audio, 1956-1999, n.d.
Cassettes [ask archivist to see database with more detailed information]
Box
91 Waco: Sermons/Bible Studies
Box
92 Waco: Sermons/Bible Studies
Box
93 Waco: Negotiations, Interviews, Unknown
Box
94 Waco: Negotiations, Meetings/Rallies, Radio Shows, Negotiations, Unknown
Box
95 Waco: Sermons/Bible Studies, Surveillance, Radio Shows, Negotiations, Unknown
Box
96 Waco: Surveillance, Negotiations, Meetings/Rallies
Box
97 Waco: Radio Shows, Negotiations; Criswell: Sermons/Bible Studies; Mike Harper: Interview
CD-R's [ask archivist to see database with more detailed information]
Box
103 Listening copies of various tapes in boxes 91-97
Video, 1987-2001, n.d.
VHS Tapes [ask archivist to see database with more detailed information]
Box
98 Waco: TV Programs, Produced Videos, Siege Footage, Court Recordings
Box
99 Waco: TV Programs, Produced Videos, Bible Studies, Siege Footage
Box
100 Waco: TV Programs, Produced Videos, Bible Studies, Siege Footage, Court Recordings
DVD-R's [ask archivist to see database with more detailed information]
Box
103 Siege Footage - copy of Branch Davidian video from Box 100

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Series X: Computer Media, 1994-2007, n.d.

3 1/2" Floppies [ask archivist to see database with more detailed information]
Box
101 Waco Negotiation Transcripts, Reavis Correspondence, U.S. House Waco Hearings Transcripts
Box
102 Typed Reavis Notes (highlights of negotiation transcripts)
CD-ROM's [ask archivist to see database with more detailed information]
Box
103 Media files on Waco standoff, redacted FBI and Department of Defense depositions, U.S. House hearings transcripts (copied from box 101), The Shepherd's Rod, Ashes of Waco website files, scanned Reavis photos, electronic copies of Reavis articles, A/V and Computer Media databases, photos of Reavis from 1967

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