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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Texas Tech: President's Office, 1932-1989 and undated

Personal Papers, 1952-1994 and undated

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Lauro F. Cavazos:

An Inventory of His Papers, 1932-1994 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Cavazos, Lauro
Title: Lauro F. Cavazos Papers,
Dates: 1932-1994 and undated
Abstract: The papers of Lauro Fred Cavazos, a former President of Texas Tech University who later became Secretary of Education in 1988.
Collection # S 170.2
Quantity: 15 boxes (15.0 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

A sixth generation Texan, Lauro Fred Cavazos was born on January 4, 1927 on the vast King Ranch in South Texas, where his father was the foreman of the showcase Santa Gertrudis Division. He earned his B.A. and M.A. in zoology at Texas Tech University and a doctoral degree in physiology from Iowa State University. In addition, he received honorary degrees from several universities and colleges. He married the former Peggy Murdock, and together they had ten children.

Dr. Cavazos served in various professional and administrative positions. He taught at the Medical College of Virginia and at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, where he was also Dean from 1975 to 1980. He returned to Texas Tech University in 1980 to become its tenth president, and the first Hispanic and first graduate of the school to hold the office.

A recognized expert in both the field of medicine and the field of education, Cavazos was a consultant to national and international health organizations, including the World Health Organization and a variety of inter-American health groups. He authored or co-authored approximately 75 publications in the areas of physiology and reproduction, fine structure of cells and tissues, and medical education. Cavazos also received a number of awards recognizing his efforts in education. In 1984 President Ronald Reagan presented him with an award for Outstanding Leadership in the Field of Education. In 1985 he was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal from the Uniformed Services University for the Health Sciences, and in 1987 he accepted an award designed in his honor from the Texas Tech University Ex- Student Association. The next year he received the National Hispanic Leadership Award in the field of education from the League of United Latin American Citizens.

On August 9, 1988 President Reagan nominated Cavazos for Secretary of Education, and on September 20, 1988 he was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate. President George Bush asked him to continue as Secretary following the November 1988 election. He remained in the position until resigning in December 1990. As Secretary, Cavazos concentrated on reforming American Education through raising the expectations of students, teachers, and parents. He also targeted federal resources to improve opportunities for those most in need, and initiated special programs to combat drug and alcohol use. As a strong advocate of parental involvement in education, he provided leadership to encourage parental and community participation in education reform.

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Scope and Contents

Papers from Dr. Lauro Fred Cavazos' collection consists of personal records, as well as records from his tenure as president of Texas Tech University, as Secretary of Education, and as a professor at Tufts University.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Cavazos, Lauro
Cavazos, Lauro--Archives
Cavazos, Lauro--Correspondence
Subjects (Organizations)
Texas Tech University--Administration
Texas Tech University--History
Texas Tech University--Presidents
United States. Dept. of Education
Places
King Ranch (Tex.)
United States--Politics and government
Subjects
College presidents--Texas, West
Education--United States
Education and state--United States
Mexican Americans--Texas
Minorities--Education
Speeches, addresses, etc. American

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Related Material

For related materials located in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, see the following collections:

  • Lauro Cavazos oral history interview [sound recording], 1991
  • Lauro Cavazos oral history interview [sound recording], 1994

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lauro F. Cavazos Papers, 1932-1994 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Collection accession #(s):
94-0147-B

Gift, 1994

Processed by

Abel Ramirez, August 2000

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Collection Inventory

 

Texas Tech: President's Office, 1932-1989 and undated

Editorials, 1984-1987 and undated
box folder
1 1 Journal of Medical Education, June 1984
2 Medical Students Attitude, Whose Responsibility?, undated
3 Pacific News Service, "The Vital Link of the Family in Hispanic Education" Fall 1987:
Speeches, 1980-1988 and undated
box folder
1 4 Abilene Christian College, (Pre Session Family Conference) August 27, 1981
5 Academic Leadership Development Program, April 16, 1981
6 Agrichemical Medicine, San Antonio, October 23, 1986
7 Accounting Recognition Banquet, "Who Will be Our Leaders?" April 21, 1983:
8 Alderson Junior High School, November 11, 1982
9 Amarillo Area Foundation, Spring 1980
10 American Business Women, Summer 1980
11 Appreciation Dinner, April 24, 1981
12 Arnold Air Society Area J Conclave, "The Worst of Times, The Best of Times (II)" February 19, 1983
13 Black Awareness Month, 11th Annual, February 3, 1981
14 Black Awareness Month, Introductory Remarks February 1, 1983 -
15 Block, John R., U. S. Secretary of Agriculture, "Welcome and Introduction" February 24, 1982,
16 Burns Barbecue Pavilion, March 14, 1981
17 Brotherhood Citation Dinner, National Conference of Christians/Jews: The Simplest Reality May 25, 1983,
18 Campaign of 2004, 1987-1988 and undated
19 Carol of Lights, December 5, 1980
20 Carol of Lights, December 4, 1981 and December 2, 1983
21 Cavazos, El Paso, May 19, 1980
22 Century Club, November 14, 1980
23 Charge to the Graduates, Health Sciences Center, Civic Center May 31, 1986,
24 Charge to the Graduates, Health Sciences Center, May 28, 1988
25 Charge to the Graduates, December 17, 1988
26 Christ the King Commencement, May 17, 1981
27 Civil Engineering, Fall 1980
28 College of Education, November 3, 1980
29 College and University Physical Education Admin. Council Pre-Convention Workshop, April 22, 1982
30 Comerciantes Organizados Mexico Americanos (COMA), Spring 1980
31 Comerciantes Organizados Mexico Americanos (COMA), January 17, 1981
32 Comerciantes Organizados Mexico Americanos (COMA), March 27, 1982
33 Dad's Association: Mid Winter Trustee Meeting, February 28, 1981
34 Dad's Association: First Distinguished Visiting Lecutre, Dr. Melvin Calvin, April 4, 1982
35 Dad's Day, Fall 1980
36 Dallas, Texas, April 16, 1987
37 Dimmitt High School Commencement, "The Worst of Times, The Best of Times" May 27, 1983:
38 Distinguished Engineer's Luncheon, April 16, 1982
39 Education for Hispanics (Dallas), "Education: Solution or Dilemma for Hispanics?" September 17, 1986:
40 Educational Excellence, Bankers, TTU School of Banking, May 15, 1983
41 Engineering Honors Banquet, November 20, 1980
42 Engineers Week Banquet, February 24, 1981
43 Family Festival, "The Importance of Family Enrichment" February 13, 1983
44 First Christian Church, Family Night, September 10, 1980
45 First Christian Church, High School Senior Banquet, Spring 1980
46 Foundation Notes, Fall 1980
47 G. I. State Forum, "For Whom the School Bells Toll" June 18, 1982:
48 Association of Texas Graduate Schools Annual Meeting, April 2, 1981
49 ISCALS, West Texas Resources, etc., April 22, 1983
50 Inaugural Speech, Spring 1980
51 Juarez, First Pan-American Psychiatric Symposium - Welcome April 28, 1982 -
52 Kingsville High School, "Our Choicest Treasures", July 17, 1982
53 Lions and Rotary Clubs, undated
54 Lubbock Apartment Association, Summer 1980
55 Lubbock Board of Realtors, undated
56 Lubbock Executives Club, undated
57 Lubbock Independent School District, August 21, 1980
58 Lubbock Kiwanis Club, June 2, 1980
59 Lubbock LULAC (League of United Latin-American Voters), undated
60 LULAC Council 272 5th Annual Scholarship Awards Banquet, Dallas, TX, June 11, 1983
61 LULAC 52nd Annual Meeting, February 19, 1981
62 Mass Communications, Welcome and Presentation, February 25, 1982
63 Mass Communications, Advisory Committee, Fall 1980
64 MBFA (No Speech), 1980
65 Medical Education, 1984
66 Methodist Hospital Trustees, October 16, 1990
67 Mexican American Awareness Week, TTU Univ. Center: "Mexican Americans in the 80's" April 6, 1981,
68 Mexican American Awareness Week, Sul Ross University, Alpine, May 3, 1982
69 Mexican American Awareness Week, Spring 1980
70 Mexican American Awareness Week, University Center of TTU April 11, 1983,
71 Abilene Christian University, "Mexican Americans in Texas: Past, Present, Potential" April 12, 1986:
72 Midland College Commencement, "Winning and Losing" May 12, 1984:
73 Mortar Board Initiation Banquet, April 25, 1981
74 Muleshoe, Texas Chamber of Commerce, April 2, 1982
75 National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, Hereford, Texas, April 17, 1982
76 National Golden Spur Award, to J. Armstrong September 16, 1983:
77 National Hispanic Institute, Austin Young Leaders Conference, Austin, February 19, 1982
78 National Honor Society, New Deal High School, New Deal, April 8, 1982
79 News Day, March 12, 1981
80 Nixon High School Commencement, Laredo, TX, "Choices" May 26, 1982:
81 "Partners in Education", TTU University Center Coronado Room October 7, 1983,
82 Phi Kappa Phi Banquet, April 15, 1981
83 Plainview Rotary Club, June 10, 1980
84 Plainview Texas State Teacher's Association, January 7, 1982
85 Post High School Patriotic Assembly, "Why a Revolution" April 30, 1985:
86 Post Texas Chamber of Commerce, "Issues Facing West Texans" March 2, 1982
87 National Prayer Breakfast, Reese Air Force Base, February 13, 1981
88 Qualities of Leadership, All-University Leadership Conference, February 2, 1986
89 Ranch Day, September 20, 1980
90 Rayburn Symposium, April 8, 1981
91 Reese Air Force Base, "Hispanic Heritage," September 14, 1981
92 Research in Action - Introduction, Rita Crocker Clements, March 31, 1982
93 Research in Action - National Early Childhood Conference, April 1, 1982
box folder
2 1 ROTC Lecture Outline, April 1, 1982
2 San Marcos, Southwest Texas State, Fall 1980
3 SER - 15th Annual Conference, April 21, 1981
4 Sigma Xi Banquet, April 16, 1981
5 Silver Bar Awards, Texas Commerce Bank, Odessa, TX, April 6, 1983
6 South Plains Health Systems, (Medical) September 10, 1981
7 South Plains Mortgage Association, December 3, 1980
8 South Plains Association of Governments (SPAG), Police Academy, September 30, 1980
9 St. John Newman's Catholic Parent/Teacher Organization, February 2, 1980
10 Student Leadership Seminar, January 7, 1981
11 Symposium - Surgical Infections, October 31, 1981
12 Tahoka Rotary Club Banquet, "Our Best Investment" November 11, 1982:
13 Tejano Day, South Plains College, March 9, 1981
14 Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (TACHE), July 30, 1981
15 Texas Philosophical Society, Fairmont Hotel, Dallas, December 5, 1981
16 Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, October 25, 1986
17 Texas Tech University Commencement, May 15, 1981
18 Texas Tech University Commencement, Introduction of Charles H. Feltz May 15, 1981 -
19 Texas Tech University Commencement, Introduction of Preston Smith December 18, 1981 -
20 Texas Tech University Commencement, Four Speeches May 14/15, 1982 -
21 Texas Tech University Commencement, Intro. of Mayor Henry G. Cisneros, San Antonio Dec. 17, 1982 -
22 Texas Tech University Commencement, Intro. of Billy Clayton, Charge to Graduates Spring 1983 -
23 Texas Tech University Commencement, Intro. of Senator John Tower, Charge to Grads May 11, 1984 -
24 Texas Tech University Commencement, "Your Kind of World" December 1985 -
25 Texas Tech University Commencement, Charge to the Graduates May 17, 1986 -
26 Texas Tech University Commencement, Commencement Welcome/Address December 20, 1986 - 1986 -
27 Texas Tech University Commencement, Charge to the Graduates December 20, 1986 -
28 Texas Tech University Commencement, Charge to the Graduates December 19, 1987 -
29 Texas Tech University Commencement, Charge to the Graduates May 14, 1988 -
30 Thomas Jefferson Award Banquet, Mass Communications Week, February 19, 1981
31 Thomas Jefferson Award Banquet, February 19, 1982
32 Thomas Jefferson Award Banquet, World Freedom of Information, February 18, 1983
33 University Women's Club, October 1, 1980
34 Wesley Foundation, March 16, 1981
35 Western Texas College, Spring 1980
36 West Texas Museum Association, October 21, 1980
37 Index to Speeches, undated
Lauro F. Cavazos, 1980-1988
box folder
2 38 President's Retreat, February 9, 1984
39 Travel, 1985
40 Memos From, 1981-1988
41 Memos To, 1980-1988
42 Executive Council, May 31, 1980-December 29, 1981
43 Executive Council, January 6-December 23, 1982
44 Bee for Lauro F. Cavazos, 1983-1986
Media Files, 1932-1989 and undated
box folder
2 45 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), June 20-23, 1989
46 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), June 26-30, 1989
47 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), July 3-7, 1989
48 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), July 10-14, 1989
49 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), July 17-20, 1989
50 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), July 25-August 3, 1989
51 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), August 7-11, 1989
52 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), August 14-18, 1989
53 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), August 22-25, 1989
54 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), August 28-September 1, 1989
box folder
3 1 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), September 5-8, 1989
2 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), September 11-15, 1989
3 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), September 18-22, 1989
4 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), September 25-29, 1989
5 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), October 2-6, 1989
6 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), October 9-13, 1989
7 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), October 16-20, 1989
8 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), October 23-27, 1989
9 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), October 30-November 3, 1989
10 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), November 6-10, 1989
11 Tip Sheets (Press Releases), November 13-17, 1989
12 ABC - 20/20, 1981
13 Magazine, Annual Reports, 1978-1980
14 Bad News File, 1982-1985
15 Goodies, File 1, 1982-1983
16 Goodies, File 2, 1982-1983
box folder
4 1 Goodie File 1983
2 Goodie File 1984
3 Goodie to be Reported, 1984
4 Goodies, 1985
5 Committee Appointments, Task Force, etc., 1980-1982
6 Governor's Task Force on Illegal Aliens, 1981
7 Hispanic American Leadership Meeting, State Department, Washington, D. C., 1982
8 Hispanic Education Symposium II, 1987
9 Letters, 1981-1982 and undated
10 Lubbock Public Schools, Drop Out Task Force, undated
11 LULAC (League of United Latin-American Voters) Hispanic Educator of 1983, 1983
12 National Library of Medicine News, 1985-1987
13 Ranching Heritage Center II (General File), 1975-1980
14 Recreational Sports and Aquatic Center, 1980-1982 and undated
15 Research - Beef Cattle Nutrition, 1984
16 Research - Brush Control Studies, 1969-1983 and undated
17 Research - Cell Bank, 1979
18 Research - Crosbyton Solar Project, 1974-1984
19 Residence Halls, 1968-1983 and undated
20 Residence Halls: Wiggins Complex, 1932-1984 and undated
21 Hispanic Education Symposium, 1984
box folder
5 1 Retired Faculty, 1968-1981 and undated
2 Rhodes Scholarship, 1978-1979
3 Rodeo Association and Texas Tech Rodeo, 1966-1986 and undated
4 Saddle Tramps, 1967-1986 and undated
5 Harley Sadler, 1974-1976
6 Science and Technology Council, 1986 and undated
7 Seal of Texas Tech, 1953-1976 and undated
8 Sesquicentennial, 1982-1986
9 Self Study, 1972-1984
10 Shake Hands With Your Future, 1982-1986 and undated
11 Shrine Game, 1972-1983
12 Sigma Xi, 1969-1981 and undated
13 Soccer, 1970-1974 and undated
14 Solicitations and Publications Sales - Policy, 1971
15 Southern Regional Education Board, 1978-1981 and undated
16 Southwest Alliance for Latin America (SALA)
17 Southwest Conference, 1981
18 Southwest Collection: Press Releases, 1980-1986
19 Southwest Collection: Printed Materials, 1965-1986 and undated
20 Southwest Collection: News Clippings, 1980-1986 and undated
21 Southwest Collection: Correspondence with Donors, 1964-1986 and undated
22 Southwest Collection: Reaugh Art, 1940-1984
23 Southwest Regional Broadcast Conference and Clinic, 1973-1980
24 Southwestern Bell - Texas Tech Publicity, 1978
25 Space and Facilities Committee, 1971-1972
26 Speaker's Brochure, 1985 and undated
box folder
6 1 Speaker's Bureau at Tech, 1965-1985 and undated
2 Special Requests, 1971-1987
3 Special Services, 1973-1982
4 Speech and Hearing Clinic, 1967-1988
5 Stadium, 1973-1983
6 Statistics and Reports, 1968-1988
7 Streaking, 1974
8 Student Action Organization, 1968
9 Student Affairs, Office of, 1967-1986 and undated
10 Student Association, 1968-1986 and undated
11 Student Foundation, 1981-1984
12 Student Health Services/Center, 1967-1987 and undated
13 Student Information System (SIS), 1983-1984
14 Student ID Cards, 1969-1970
15 Student Life, 1971-1986 and undated
16 Student Organizations, 1970-1986
box folder
7 1 Student Organizations of Black Unity, 1968-1984 and undated
2 SOS Monthly Newsletter, 1984
3 Student Publications, 1969-1986 and undated
4 Student Publications, September 4, 1981 - March 5, 1982
5 Surveys/Questionnaires, 1984
6 Systems and Procedures Office, 1972-1981
7 Teaching Awards, General, 1970 and undated
8 Tech Freeway, 1986
9 Tech Press, 1981-1988
10 Tech Times, 1951-1966
11 Tech Times, 1965-1969
12 Tech Times, 1967-1970
13 Technique, 1977-1979
14 Tenure, 1979-1986
15 Telephone Directories and Service (General), 1967-1974
16 Techmail, 1986
17 Texas Academy of Science, 1971-1978
18 Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT), 1972
19 Texas Association of State Senior Colleges and Universities BS Officers (TASSCUBO), 1968
box folder
8 1 Texas College and University Systems Coordinating Board, 1968-1987
2 Texas Commission on Arts and Humanities, 1973 and undated
3 Texas Fine Arts Commission, 1970-1971 and undated
4 Texas Monthly, October 1980
5 Texas Select Committee on Higher Education, 1985-1986
6 Texas Tech University, 1980 and undated
7 Texas Tech Appreciation Dinner, 1986-1987
8 Texas Tech News Roundup, 1967
9 Texas Tech Reports, 1967-1969
10 Texas Tech University - A Proud Tradition of Excellence, 1978 and undated
11 Texas Tech University Bulletin Board, 1967-1968
12 Texas Tech University - Amarillo, 1964-1968 and undated
13 Texas Tech University - Junction, 1971-1986 and undated
14 Texas Tech University Foundation, 1967-1985 and undated
15 Texas Tech University Foundation - Clippings, 1971-1983 and undated
16 Texas Tech University Foundation - Continued, 1966-1986 and undated
17 Texas Tech University - East Campus 1984-1985
18 Texas Tech University System, 1985-1986
19 Texas Tech Foundation - Student Foundation, 1975-1980
20 Texas Tech University - Lubbock Week, 1971-1972
21 Texas Tech University - Organization, 1979-1986 and undated
box folder
9 1 Texas Tech University -1970 Tornado, 1970-1980 and undated
2 Texas Tech University - Scene, 1982 and undated
3 Texas Tech University - Role and Scope, 1977
4 Top Techsans, 1973-1984
5 Tuition, 1967-1984 and undated
6 University Police, 1967-1986 and undated
7 United Mexican American Students, 1981-1982
8 U.S. Geological Survey, 1973 and undated
9 U.S. Information Agency, 1969-1973 and undated
10 U.S. Savings Bond, 1973-1974
11 Universidad de San Luis Potosi, 1968
12 University Avenue, 1980-1982 and undated
13 University Ballroom, 1981
14 United Way, 1970-1988 and undated
15 United Way Campaign, 1979
16 United Way Campaign General Information, 1976-1982 and undated
17 United Way Campaign Jane Brandenburger, 1978
18 United Way Campaign - Campaign Fundamentals, 1976-1981
19 United Way Campaign - Personnel, 1976
20 Agricultural Economics, 1985-1987
21 Agricultural Education, 1986
22 Agricultural Service, 1985-1986
23 Animal Science, 1986
24 Entomology, 1986
25 University Center, 1968-1987 and undated
26 University Center, Activities, 1968-1986
box folder
10 1 University Committees, 1976-1986
2 Universities Council on Water Resources, 1973
3 University Day, 1982-1986 and undated
4 University Daily, 1967-1988
5 University Magazines, 1982-1985 and undated
6 University News and Publications, 1966-1986 and undated
7 University News and Publications, Job Applications, 1969-1979 and undated
8 University News and Publications, Policy, 1975-1980 and undated
9 University News and Publications, Publications Clearinghouse, 1980-1982
10 University News and Publications, Subject File Guides, 1967-1986
11 University News and Publications, Equipment: Correspondence, etc, 1967-1977 and undated
12 University News and Publications, Stylebook, 1967-1979 and undated
13 University News and Publications, Electronics, 1980 and undated
14 University News and Publications, Office Copies, 1979
15 University News and Publications, Space, 1982
16 University Orchestra, 1981
17 University Professors, 1973-1974
18 University Speakers, 1965-1978 and undated
19 University of Texas, Dallas, 1967-1968
box folder
11 1 University Theatre - Summer Repertory, 1967-1985
2 University Women's Club, 1967-1983
3 Upward Bound, 1968-1986
4 Urban Studies Program, 1972-1974 and undated
5 Views of Tech, 1967 and undated
6 Water, 1981-1983
7 Water Management Office, 1968-1984
8 Water Resources Center, 1966-1986 and undated
9 Welch Foundation, 1962-1981
10 Western Information Network, 1967-1972
11 Clippings/Cavazos, 1980
12 Clippings/Cavazos, 1981
13 Clippings/Cavazos, 1982
14 Clippings/Cavazos, 1983
15 Clippings/Cavazos, 1984-1985
box folder
12 1 Ranch Day, 1972-1986 and undated
2 National Golden Spur Award, Albert K. Mitchell 1978
3 National Golden Spur Award, Jay Littleton Taylor 1979
4 National Golden Spur Award, Fred H. Dressler 1980
5 National Golden Spur Award, Watt Matthews 1981,
6 National Golden Spur Award, J. Ernest Browning 1982,
7 Wesley Foundation, 1967-1986
8 West Texas Chamber of Commerce, 1972-1979 and undated
9 West Texas Environmental Studies, 1974 and undated
10 West Texas Press Association, 1971-1987
11 Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, 1969-1989 and undated
12 Wildlife Research Laboratory, 1978-1979
13 Will Rogers Statue, 1967-1985 and undated
14 Wilson Lecture Series, 1969-1971
15 Winners and Sinners, 1970-1981
16 Woman of the Year, 1974-1979
17 Woman's Day, 1967-1985
18 Women in Communications, 1975-1982
19 Women's Service Organizations, 1974-1977
20 Women's Swing Choir, 1977
21 Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1967-1971
22 World Affairs Conference (Model United Nations until 1968), 1967-1975
23 Writer's Tour, 1968-1970
24 Council of Presidents Meeting, 1982
25 Registrar's Office, undated
26 Registration Prior to 1980-1981, 1968-1979
27 Registration, 1980-1984

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Personal Papers, 1952-1994 and undated

Correspondence, 1977-1994 and undated
box folder
13 1 Correspondence, 1988-1992 and undated
2 Correspondence, Cards and Invitations, 1991-1993 and undated
3 Correspondence, Resignation, 1990-1991
Events, 1980-1993
box folder
13 4 American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS), San Antonio Convention Center, Aug. 4, 1991
5 Association of Anatomy Chairmen, 1991
6 Cavazos Junior High School, Lubbock, TX, 1992-1993
7 International Talent Association, Utah State University, Nov. 21, 1991
8 Inauguration as President, Texas Tech University, 1980
Literary Materials, 1990-1994
box folder
13 9 Speeches: American Association of University Students, Texas A&M University, March 1, 1990
10 Speeches: American Federation of Teachers Convention, July 5, 1990
11 Speeches: Choice in Education Press Conference, Dec. 4, 1990
12 Speeches: Latinos en Salud Conference, April 16, 1994
13 Speeches: Pre-service Program for Administrators, Laredo ISD, Aug. 17, 1990
14 Speeches: Quality Through Flexibility and Accountability, Dec. 4, 1990
15 Speeches: Task Force on Minority Teachers Forum, March 27, 1990
16 Speeches: Tennessee College Association, April 18, 1991
17 Speeches: Texas Christian University, Fall Convocation, Sept. 11, 1990
18 Speeches: Texas Legislative Joint Session, March 6, 1990
19 Article: Corpus Christi Caller-Times, April 20, 1991
20 Speech and Article: Philosophical Society of Texas, 1990-1991
21 Desk Calendars and Appointments, 1992-1994
U.S. Department of Education, 1989-1990
box folder
13 22 Personnel Directory, Cabinet Members, 1989
23 Personnel List, 1989
24 Organizational Directory, 1989
25 Task Force For Hispanic Education, 1990
Printed Material, 1952-1994
box folder
13 26 News Clippings: Lauro Cavazos, 1973-1994 and undated
27 News Clippings: Education, 1982-1993
28 News Clippings: King Ranch, 1956-1991 and undated
29 News Clippings: Miscellaneous, 1993 and undated
30 Magazines: Hispanic, January 1988
31 Magazines: Hispanic Business, April 1994
32 Magazines: Hispanic Engineer, Winter, 1990
33 Magazines: The Ricochet, December 21, 1993
34 Magazines: The Scarab, November 1959
35 Magazines: Texas Techsan, January 1994
36 Magazines: Time, January 31, 1994
37 Magazines: Tufts Medicine, Centennial Edition, 1993
(2 Copies)
box folder
14 1 Reports: Diamond Shamrock, Reports, 1990, 1992-1993
2 Reports: Diamond Shamrock, Notice of Meetings, 1994
3 Reports: Luby's, Report, 1993
4 Program: American Association of College for Teacher Education, 1990
5 Calendar: Newport News School District, 1990-1991
6 Journal: Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Spring 1991
7 Journal: Proceedings of 70th Annual Meeting, Tennessee College Association, 1991
8 Newsletters: 1991-1994
9 Directories: American Association of Anatomists, Departments of Anatomy, 1979-1983
10 Yearbooks: Tufts University 1969, 1974, 1976, 1980-1981
11 Paperback Book: Teachers Make A Difference, 1991
12 Miscellaneous, 1983-1993 and undated
Memorabilia, 1989-1993 and undated
box folder
14 13 Photo Album, Texas A&M University Commencement, December 10, 1982
14 Awards and Certificates, 1990-1992
15 President Bush's Pen, April 1989
16 Name Tags, 1991 and undated
box folder
15 1 Plaques: Gregory-Portland High School, 1990
2 Plaques: Top 50 Banquet, Abilene, Texas, 1992
3 Plaques: COMA, Lubbock, 1993
4 Plaques: Madison Hotel, 1990
5 Plaques: Base, San Diego, California, 1989

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