University of Houston Libraries, Special Collections

Guide to the Debra Danburg Papers



Overview of the Collection

Creator Danburg, Debra
Collection Title Debra Danburg Papers
Dates 1977-2003
Identification 2004-001
Physical Description 12.00 Linear Feet
Repository University of Houston Libraries M.D. Anderson Library 4333 University Drive Houston, TX, 77204-2000 URL: http://info.lib.uh.edu/ Email: rmrichardson@uh.edu Phone: 713-743-9229

Biographical Information:

Debra Danburg was a representative of the Democratic Party in the state of Texas from 1981 to 2003. She was a dynamic leader who brought about significant changes in many outdated laws. She is an attorney in private practice and has dealt with many criminal, as well as civil, cases. Debra Danburg represented district 137 in Houston, which encompassed Montrose, The Heights, Memorial Park, Greenway Plaza, Highland Village, the Galleria and Gulfton areas in Houston.

Debra Danburg was born in Houston in the year 1951. The Danburgs are long-time residents of the Heights, part of the District which Danburg served. She began working on her bachelor’s degree at the age of 16 at the University of Houston. She actively took part in the Student Association and was eventually elected for the post of vice-president in 1973-74. Danburg obtained a bachelor’s in sociology in 1974 and in 1979 received her law degree from the University of Houston Bates College of Law. She served as an administrative aide to Ron Waters from 1976-1980 before she ran for election as a Democratic Party candidate for the former District 79.

During the five years that she worked for Waters, Danburg researched, wrote and encouraged legislation. She was involved in issues ranging from the Equal Rights Amendment to street and sewer repairs. She obtained governmental appointments for constituents and prevented the merger of two local precincts, which would have disenfranchised voters. She was also a member of the Democratic Executive Committee during this time.

Debra Danburg was elected to the 67th Legislature for her first term in 1981. She served on various committees during her tenure in the Legislature. She was the Chair of the Elections Committee during the 73rd and 74th Legislatures (1993-1997) and of the Subcommittee on Budget & Oversight in the 71st Legislature (1989-1991). Danburg was also the vice-chair of the Committee on Cultural and Historic Resources. Additionally, she was a member of the Committees on State Affairs, Business and Industry, Criminal Jurisprudence, State Affairs and Appropriations.

Debra Danburg was instrumental in bringing about legislation concerning women’s reproductive rights. She strongly opposed pro-life groups and successfully upheld laws protecting a woman’s right to choose. Danburg also argued for an “open mind” on abortion in order that women could have “clean, licensed and safe” abortions, thus preventing unnecessary deaths resulting from illegal and unsafe clinics.

One of her most significant achievements as a legislator was the passage of HB 1730, which made important changes in the old rape laws. Danburg coined the term “sexual assault” to replace “rape” which would henceforth include all genders and all acts of rape and attempted rape. The bill signified the amount of violence involved in the acts and hence removed any kind of “pleasure” references. Her law became a model for other states and was eventually applied nationwide. Danburg was also successful in passing HB 263, which ended spousal exemption from sexual assault. Spouses could now report marital rape, which eventually could lead to prosecution. She also introduced a landmark bill on stalking to join those other states where stalking was considered an offense.

Another of Danburg’s important accomplishments was the passage of the “3-G” legislation. She was the first woman to pass this bill, which would stop parole and “good time” early release of criminals convicted of capital murder, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery or aggravated sexual assault. It was observed that these criminals often commit violent acts within one year of their release. With the passage of this bill, such criminals would not be released until they served their full terms. Danburg also supported alternative punishments based on the brutality of the crimes. Some of the options included drug rehabilitation counseling, restitution centers and boot camps. She sponsored legislation that endorsed the Sexual Offender Treatment Program, aimed at rehabilitating sex crime offenders before they got out of prison. She supported the idea of reserving prisons for the worst offenders.

Danburg sponsored a number of initiatives toward preventing hate crimes. She worked to pass legislation which would grant and protect the rights of gays and lesbians. Her proposals sought to restrain perpetrators of hate crimes against homosexuals, religious groups and racial minorities. She filed legislation preventing discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, origin, or sexual orientation. She was responsible for introducing the first bill to allow marriages with no regard to sexual orientation. HIV/AIDS also was another major concern for Danburg. She passed legislation to facilitate easy purchase of drugs like AZT, to protect the right to insurance regardless of blood tests, and to create councils to aid state and local agencies to fight HIV and AIDS. She supported organizations such as the Houston Gay & Lesbian Political Caucus, AIDS Foundation of Houston and The Diana Foundation, and she actively took part in Lesbian/Gay Pride Week.

The last of Debra Danburg’s major concerns, represented in this collection, was the Electric Utility Restructuring bill. Danburg was part of a delegation that visited California and Pennsylvania in order to study their utility models and hence implement a similar model in Texas. The bill allowed customers to choose their electric provider and, conversely, the providers could compete with each other to give their customers the best deals.

Danburg also was involved in many other issues concerning METRO and the Southwest Freeway in Houston, as well as a number of other concerns local to Houston. As a member of the House for twenty-two years, she was an experienced leader who played a key role in ensuring equal opportunity and justice to Texas citizens.

Danburg was the recipient of many awards within and outside the legislature. She received the Best Legislator Award during her first year at the Capitol. She received the Most Effective Legislator Award by the National Organization for Women and, in recognition of her activities, received the Outstanding Legislator Award in 1990 by the Texas Association of Symphony Orchestras. Her list of other awards include Alumna of the Year from the UH College of Social Sciences (1993), the Women’s Suffrage Award (1991) and the Environmental Defense Award (1987).


Scope and Contents

The collection consists mainly of media records such as articles, magazines, news clippings and newsletters. The collection also contains bills, bill analyses and proposals, speeches and brochures. Other printed materials in the collection include invitations to events, directories, certificates, cards and campaign originals. The ephemeral material consists of pins, posters, special license plates and framed photographs.

The collection has been arranged into ten series: Media, Events, Legislature, Speeches, Electric Utility Restructuring, Campaign, Resources, Photographs, Miscellaneous and Ephemera. The above series have been arranged chronologically, while a couple is sorted topically. The materials in the collection date between 1977 and 2003 and follow original order closely.


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access:

Open for research.

Conditions Governing Use:

Special Collections owns the physical items in our collections, but copyright normally belongs to the creator of the materials or their heirs. The researcher has full responsibility for determining copyright status, locating copyright holders, and abiding by current copyright laws when publishing or displaying copies of Special Collections material in print or electronic form. For more information, consult the appropriate librarian.


Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Corporate Name:
University of Houston -- Alumni and alumnae
Genre/Form of Material:
Articles
Clippings (information artifacts)
Ephemera
Newsletters
Periodicals
Photographs
Personal Name:
Danburg, Debra
Topical Term:
Legislators -- United States
Politicians
Women legislators -- Texas -- Houston
Women politicians

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation:

Debra Danburg Papers. Courtesy of Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries.


Detailed List of Contents

Media

Box Folder
1 1 1977
2 1980
3 1981
4 1982
5 1983
6 1984
7 1985
8 1986
9 Gay/Lesbian issues 1986
10 1987
11-12 1988
13 1989
14 Education 1990
15 Gay/Lesbian issues 1990
16 Heard, Goggan, Blaire & Williams 1990
17 Metro Rail 1990
18 Miscellaneous 1990
19 Domestic violence 1991
20 Ethics 1991
21 Gay/Lesbian issues 1991
22 House committees 1991
23 LBJ law 1991
24 Metro rail 1991
25 Miscellaneous 1991
26 AIDS 1992
27 Gay/Lesbian issues 1992
28 Home Equity 1992
29 Miscellaneous 1992
30 Parole 1992
31 Peace Officers 1992
32 Stalking 1992
33 Agricultural Taxes 1993
34 AIDS 1993
35 Alcoholic beverages 1993
36 Attorney’s fees 1993
37 Awards 1993
38 Caller ID 1993
39 Civic associations 1993
40 Collective bargaining 1993
41 Cultural arts 1993
42 Condoms 1993
43 Contributions 1993
44 Discrimination 1993
45 Elections 1993
46 Election committee 1993
47 Election code 1993
48 Gambling 1993
49 Gay/Lesbian issues 1993
50 Gun control 1993
51 HIV testing 1993
52 Home equity 1993
53 Housing 1993
54 Judicial campaign fairness act 1993
55 Metro 1993
56 Miscellaneous 1993
57 Organics 1993
Box Folder
2 1 No pass, no play 1993
2 Pet vendor bill 1993
3 Peace officers 1993
4 Photo-ops 1993
5 Rapid transit system 1993
6 Redistricting 1993
7 Revised house rules 1993
8 Retractions 1993
9 Same-sex marriage 1993
10 Sexually oriented business 1993
11 Sewage 1993
12 Sodomy laws 1993
13 Sexism 1993
14 Stamps & Licenses 1993
15 Southwest freeway renovations 1993
16 Stalking 1993
17 Taxation 1993
18 Telecommunications 1993
19 Term limits 1993
20 Unemployment compensation 1993
21 Utilities de-regulation 1993
22 Voter registration 1993
23 Voter registration (same day) 1993
24 Women in politics 1993
25 Zoning 1993
26 Abortion 1994
27 AIDS 1994
28 Benefits 1994
29 Breast feeding 1994
30 Civic associations 1994
31 Committees 1994
32 Election code 1994
33 Election coverage 1994
34 Endorsements 1994
35 Gambling 1994
36 Gay/Lesbian issues 1994
37 HIV testing 1994
38 HISD 1994
39 Home equity 1994
40 Inner-city preservation 1994
41 Insurance 1994
42 Legislation 1994
43 Legislative committee 1994
44 Miscellaneous 1994
45 Public access 1994
46 Sex crimes 1994
47 Sodomy laws 1994
48 SWC 1994
49 State bar of Texas 1994
50 TABC 1994
51 Telecommunications 1994
52 Texas women’s political caucus 1994
53 Voter’s fraud 1994
54 Voter’s guide 1994
55 Women’s political issues 1994
56 Zoning 1994
57 Abortion 1995
58 Area codes 1995
59 Awards & honors 1995
60 Benefits 1995
61 Breast feeding 1995
62 Choice 1995
63 Criminal code 1995
64 Crisis team 1995
65 Campaign financing 1995
66 Child custody 1995
67 DeLay, Tom 1995
68 Discrimination 1995
69 District open house 1995
70 Domestic violence 1995
71 Donations 1995
72 Early voting 1995
73 Endorsements 1995
74 Environmental issues 1995
75 Ethics 1995
76 Fundraisers 1995
77 Gambling 1995
78 Gay/Lesbian issues 1995
79 Gun control 1995
80 Harvey Milk 1995
81 Hate crimes 1995
82 Health care clinics 1995
83 Heights issues 1995
84 Highway fees 1995
85 HIV name reporting 1995
86 Home equity 1995
87 Human rights campaign 1995
88 Hunting regulations 1995
89 Judicial campaign fairness 1995
90 Legislative committees 1995
91 Log cabin republicans 1995
92 Metro 1995
93 Montrose softball league 1995
94 Nineteenth amendment 1995
95 North Montrose civic assn. 1995
96 Parole board 1995
97 Peace officers 1995
98 Photo-Ops 1995
99 Sex crimes 1995
100 Southwest freeway 1995
101 Stalking 1995
102 Term limits 1995
103 Texas voter’s guide 1995
104 Upper Kirby district 1995
105 Utility de-regulation 1995
106 Victim’s rights 1995
107 Voter registration 1995
108 Westheimer street festival 1995
109 Women in politics 1995
110 AIDS 1996
111 Area codes 1996
112 Awards 1996
113 Civic associations 1996
114 Congressional district 1996
115 Contributions 1996
116 Dental society LAC 1996
117 Election code 1996
118 Endorsements 1996
119 Environmental issues 1996
120 Fundraisers 1996
121 Gay pride 1996
122 Gambling 1996
123 Gun control 1996
124 Home equity 1996
125 Interviews 1996
126 Legislative elections 1996
127 Miscellaneous 1996
128 Penal systems 1996
129 Photo-Ops 1996
130 Sexually oriented business 1996
131 Southwest freeway 1996
132 Stalking 1996
133 TORT reform 1996
134 Upper Kirby assn. 1996
135 Utilities de-regulation 1996
136 Victim’s rights 1996
137 Voter’s guide 1996
138 Women’s issues 1996
139 Abortion 1997
140 Adoption 1997
141 Awards 1997
142 Election code 1997
143 Endorsements 1997
144 Energy 1997
145 Ethics 1997
146 Fundraisers 1997
147 Gambling 1997
148 Gay/Lesbian issues 1997
149 Gun control 1997
150 Harris county treasurer 1997
151 Hate crimes 1997
152 Home equity 1997
Box Folder
3 1 Homestead exemptions 1997
2 Interviews 1997
3 Legislative committees 1997
4 Minimum wage 1997
5 Miscellaneous 1997
6 Open meetings act 1997
7 Peace officers 1997
8 Phone slamming 1997
9 Photo-ops 1997
10 Radical right 1997
11 Sex crimes 1997
12 Sexually oriented business 1997
13 Southwest freeway 1997
14 Speaking dates 1997
15 Stadium bill 1997
16 Stalking 1997
17 Tax reform 1997
18 Thank you’s 1997
19 Tobacco industry 1997
20 Upper Kirby district 1997
21 Utilities de-regulation 1997
22 Voter registration 1997
23 White Oak bayou bridges 1997
24 Women’s health 1997
25 Abortion 1998
26 Awards 1998
27 Campaign finance report 1998
28 Contested elections 1998
29 Children’s health 1998
30 Contributions 1998
31 Cultural arts 1998
32 CACHH 1998
33 Democratic women 1998
34 Domestic violence 1998
35 Driver’s education 1998
36 Election 1998
37 Election reform 1998
38 Electric de-regulation 1998
39 Endorsements 1998
40 Fundraisers 1998
41 Gay/Lesbian issues 1998
42 Hate crimes 1998
43 Highway project 1998
44 Historic preservation 1998
45 HIV name reporting 1998
46 Legislative study 1998
47 Memberships 1998
48 Miscellaneous 1998
49 Obituaries 1998
50 Parking 1998
51 Phone slamming 1998
52 Pereira, Andres 1998
53 Stalking 1998
54 Women in politics 1998
55 76th legislature 1999
56 Abortion 1999
57 Adoption 1999
58 Annexation 1999
59 Arts 1999
60 Awards 1999
61 Campaign finance report 1999
62 Civic associations 1999
63 Contributions 1999
64 DWI 1999
65 Elections 1999
66 Electric de-regulation 1999
67 Electronic campaign report filing 1999
68 Emissions 1999
69 Gay/Lesbian issues 1999
70 Gun control 1999
71 Hate crimes 1999
72 Heights issues 1999
73 HISD 1999
74 Home equity 1999
75 Houston area delegation 1999
76 Harris county 1999
77 Houston voice 1999
78 Legislative conferences 1999
79 Membership 1999
80 Miscellaneous 1999
81 Open meetings 1999
82 Pereira, Andres 1999
83 Southwest freeway 1999
84 Taxes 1999
85 Telemarketing 1999
86 Utilities 1999
87 Veggie libel law 1999
88 Vouchers 1999
89 Women in politics 1999
90 Awards 2000
91 Civic associations 2000
92-93 Contributions 2000
94 Elections 2000
Box Folder
4 1 Electric de-regulation 2000
2 Endorsements 2000
3 Gay/Lesbian issues 2000
4 Gun control 2000
5 Hate crimes 2000
6 Health issues 2000
7 Heights issues 2000
8 Interview pics 2000
9-11 Miscellaneous 2000
12 Open meetings 2000
13 Southwest freeway 2000
14 Telemarketing 2000
15 Women’s issues 2000
16 77th legislature 2001
17 Awards 2001
18 Campaign finance reform 2001
19 Civic associations 2001
20 Death penalty 2001
21 Domestic violence 2001
22 Driver’s license 2001
23 Eight liners 2001
24 Elections 2001
25 Electric de-regulation 2001
26 Electric restructuring 2001
27 Emissions 2001
28 Gay/Lesbian issues January-March 2001
29 Gay/Lesbian issues May-October 2001
30 Gender identification 2001
31 Gun control 2001
32 Hate crimes 2001
33 Heights issues 2001
34 HISD 2001
35-36 Miscellaneous 2001
37 Sodomy law 2001
38 Southwest freeway 2001
39 Telemarketing 2001
40 Voting age 2001
41 Wine legislation 2001
42 Abortion 2002
43 Awards 2002
44 Civic associations 2002
45 Elections January-September 2002
46 Elections October 2002
47 Elections October-November 2002
48 Environment 2002
49 Electric restructuring 2002
50 Fuel cell 2002
51 Gay/Lesbian issues 2002
52 Heights issues 2002
53 Miscellaneous 2002
54 Redistricting 2002
55 Voter fraud 2002
56 Women’s issues 2002
Box Folder
5 1 OutSmart magazine 2002
2 PRIDE ’01 magazine 2001
3 PRIDE ‘02 magazine 2002
4 Texas Monthly 1988-1997
5 Texas Monthly 1999-2001
OVS_Box Folder
10 1 Jewish Herald-Voice 1999
2 Jewish Herald-Voice 2000
3-4 Jewish Herald-Voice 2001
5 Jewish Herald-Voice 2002
6 Texas Triangle 1999
7 Texas Triangle 2000
8 Houston Realtor 2002
9 Miscellaneous oversized magazines 2000



Events

Box Folder
5 6 1986
7 1987
8 1988
9 1989
10 1990
11 1989-1991
12 1992
13 1994
14 1995
15 1996
16 1997
17 February-April 1998
18 June-October 1998
19 1999
20 2000
21 2001
22 2002



Legislature

Box Folder
6 1 Voting records 1985-1990
2 Voting records 1991-2002
3 List of bills 1981-1990
4 74th legislature 1995
5 75th legislature
6 Accomplishments 1997
7 Accomplishments 1998
8 Accomplishments 1999
9 Accomplishments 2000
10 Accomplishments 2001
11 Sexual orientation and gender bias issues 2000
12 Analysis of bills 2001
13 Reports and questionnaire 2001
14 Miscellaneous 1995-2000



Speeches

Box Folder
6 15 Lobbying 1984
16 AIDS, Speech info, 1987
17 Women’s movement 1988
18 Miscellaneous speeches 1989-1992
19 UH convocation 1992
20 Electric utility restructuring 1998
21 Electric utility restructuring 1999
22 Candidate forum on arts 1999
23 TMHA Houston 1999
24 Health legislation seminar 1999
25 Mayor’s access speech 1999
26 Houston mortgage banker’s assn. 2000
27 Houston human resources assn. 2001
28 Fuel cell initiative 2001
29 Speech etiquette undated



Electric Utility Restucturing

Box Folder
6 30 Delegation to California – Agenda 1998
31 Delegation to California – PUC information 1998
32 Delegation to California – AB 1890 and analysis 1998
33 Delegation to California – Articles 1998
34 Delegation to California – Glossary 1998
35 Delegation to Pennsylvania – Agenda 1998
36 Delegation to Pennsylvania – PUC briefing 1998
37 Delegation to Pennsylvania – Summaries of PA model 1998
38 Delegation to Pennsylvania – De-regulation legislation 1998
39 Delegation to Pennsylvania – Articles 1998
40 Delegation to Pennsylvania – Consumer education 1998
41 Texas Industrial Energy conference 1998
42 Legislative outline 1999
43 Bill analysis 1999
44 Enrolled bill 1999
45 C.S.S.B No. 7 1999
46 Presentations – S.B 7 1999
47 Presentations 1999
48 Presentations – Market structure 1999
49 Presentations – Cost recovery 1999
50 Presentations – Jess Totten 1999
51 Presentations – Greater Houston representation 1999
52 Miscellaneous 2000



Campaign

Box Folder
6 53-54 Printed Campaign originals 1990-2002



Resources

Box Folder
7 1 Greater Montrose Business Guild Directories and Media Guide 1986
2 Greater Montrose Business Guild Directory 1987
3 This Week in Texas 1986
4 This Week in Texas 1999
5 This Week in Texas 2000
6 Gay/Lesbian Yellow Pages 2000
7 Gay/Lesbian Yellow Pages 2002
8 Resource guide 2002
9 Legal services guide 2002
10 Houston Bar Association Directory 2002-2003



Photographs

Box Folder
7 11-22 Capitol photographs 1981-2002
23 Press Conferences 1981-2002
Box Folder
8 1 Governor Ann Richards State of the State address 1991-1995
2 Stalking bill signing 1993
3 Bill signing undated
4 Bill signing and Miscellaneous undated
5 Headshots undated
6 With Republicans undated
7 With former president Clinton and others undated
8 With Mark Stiles undated
9 With Speaker Billy Clayton 1988
10-11 Miscellaneous – Capitol and others undated
12-13 Fundraiser photo shoot undated
14 Campaign photographs 1991
15 Campaign photographs undated
16 With Judge Eckels and Slate 2002
17 With Senator Ellis undated
18 UH Law center 2000
19 Volleyball game undated
20 Miscellaneous party undated
21 From Bill Best undated
22 Montrose clinic ribbon cutting and camping photos undated
23 Celebrity waiters 2000
24 Breast feeding day 2002
25 Republic waste services 2002
26 Heights fest 2001
27 Buffalo bayou canoeing undated
28 With E.Os undated
29 Family photographs 2001-2002
30 Birthday party and Miscellaneous 1987
31 Holiday undated
32 Family photographs undated
33 Family photographs and holiday 1985
34-36 Holiday and miscellaneous undated
37-42 Miscellaneous undated
43-45 Negatives – Miscellaneous undated
Box Folder
9 1 Negatives – Miscellaneous undated
2 Slides – Headshots undated



Miscellaneous

Box Folder
9 3 Correspondence 1981-2002
4 Curriculum vita 1998
5 Certificates 1996-2002
6 Cards 1991-2000
7 Cartoons and caricatures undated
8 Paul Bettencourt tax assessment report undated
9 Miscellaneous undated



Ephemera

Pins
Box Folder
11 1 Macho is Sicko undated
2 Some leaders are born women undated
3 Napalm squad undated
4 Let the people decide undated
5 Having abandoned my search for Truth……. undated
6 Value all families undated
7 Re-elect Ron Walters undated
8 Women who seek to be equal to men lack ambition undated
9 Jane Wyman was right undated
10 Freeking wood undated
11 Gib Lewis day January 11 1983
12 I didn’t go on – Claytie’s bunny hunt undated
13 I’m a mini feminist undated
14-15 Equal partnership in marriage undated
16 Motherhood by choice not by chance undated
17 Sunset the farm bureau undated
18 Sex Without Partners undated
19 I trust the women of my state to decide undated
20 An army of lovers can’t fail undated
21 Minds are like parachutes – they only function when open undated
22 Glen Maxey for state representative undated
23 Kingwood: Houston as Rancho Santa Fe: San Diego undated
24 Health insurance – As good as the Governor’s undated
25 Question Authority undated
26 Say Yes to life and NO to drugs undated
27 Austin Aqua Festival skipper undated
28 November. 4 Yes Prop. 8 Home equity reform undated
29 Cotton boll weevil undated
30 Support long-term care in Texas undated
31 Stop hate crimes undated
32 We don’t need balls to play undated
33 Hitler McCarthy Falwell undated
34 Neartown is positively unique undated
35 How dare you presume I would rather be young undated
36 Prevent divorce, stay single undated
37 Danburg undated
38 Have you hugged your dad today? undated
39 A family by choice is a family undated
40 Women are not a single issue undated
41 Sexism is not a social disease undated
42-43 Debra Danburg for state representative (On Cap) undated
44 Sissy (On Cap) undated
45 Rudd’s Raiders (On Cap) undated
46 Gerry Ferraro – America’s first women VP (On Cap) undated
Miscellaneous items
Box Folder
11 47 Sticker - Debra undated
48 Sticker - America, Let’s roll undated
49 Sticker - Texas – State of the arts undated
50 Sticker - Save the males undated
51 Sticker - If you can’t trust me with a choice…….. undated
52 Pen
53 Envelope opener
54 Beads
55 Cap
56-57 Texas state official license plate
58 Official identification card – 72nd legislature 1991-1992
Framed photographs
Box Folder
12 1-3 Danburg with baby undated
4-5 For Debra…… from Steve 2001
6 UH Law Center 1991
7 Houston Community College 1998
8 1948 San Jacinto hockey team 1948
9-10 Capitol photos 1997
11-14 Capitol photos 1999
15-16 Capitol photos 2001
17-18 Capitol photos undated
19-22 Untitled undated
Posters
Box Folder
12 23 House of Representatives – 74th legislature 1995
24 The story of Texas 2001
25 Out Beyond – Urban air space exhibition undated
26 Southwest voter registration education project undated
Disks
Box Folder
12 27 Restructuring utilities floppy disk undated
28 Legislative accomplishments – 73rd to 77th 2001
29-30 Photos undated
31 UH Degree certificate folder 1978