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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers

Descriptive Summary

CreatorBentsen, Lloyd
TitleLloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers
Dates: 1921-1998
Abstract:Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).
Accession No.AR 88-066; 88-370; 88-395; 89-072; 90-100; 90-287; 91-002; 91-010; 91-028; 91-046; 91-047; 91-135; 91-182; 91-344; 92-043; 92-149; 92-165; 92-359; 93-061; 93-138; 93-162; 93-188; 93-239; 94-269; 94-347; 95-005; 95-017; 95-029; 95-064; 95-167; 95-210; 96-237; 96-274; 96-289; 97-092; 97-098; 98-236; 98-246; 99-175; 99-199; 2000-180; 2000-185; 2000-269; 2002-067
Extent2687 cubic feet
LanguageMaterials are in English.
RepositoryDolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Lloyd Millard Bentsen, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, U.S. Senator and Representative, businessman, Texas county judge, and decorated World War Two veteran, was born in Mission, Texas, on February 11, 1921. He ran for Vice-President of the United States in 1988 on the Democratic ticket with then Massachusettes governor Michael Dukakis. He served as Secretary of the Treasury under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1994. Bentsen kept up a full schedule until 1998, when he retired after a decline in his health. He died on May 23, 2006.

For more information, click here for the first page of the Bentsen Papers.

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).

The material is organized in ten subgroups. The first seven subgroups consist of records from Bentsen's Senate offices.

For more information on each subgroup, click here for the first page of the Bentsen Papers.



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I. Management/Administration Subgroup, 1971-1993 (26.5 cubic feet)
II. Legislative Section Subgroup, 1945-1993 (579.5 cubic feet)
III. Personal and Political Files Subgroup, 1923, ca. 1940-1993 (217.5 cubic feet)
IV. Correspondence Subgroup, 1971-1993 (1306 cubic feet)
V. Press Section Subgroup, 1930-1931, 1942-1994 (161.5 cubic feet)
VI. Constituent Services Subgroup, 1971-1993 (259 cubic feet)
VII. State Offices Subgroup, 1921, 1942-1993 (109.5 cubic feet)
VIII. Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1981 (1993-1994) (25.5 cubic feet)
IX. Post Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1995-1998 (5 items)
X. Lewis L. Gould Files Subgroup, 1942-1994 (1 linear foot, 8 inches)


Access Restrictions

Casework and personnel files are restricted for 75 years after creation, up to the year 2068.

Use of some audio and video materials is by appointment only; please contact sound archivist.

Use of digital material by appointment only; please contact digital archivist.

Use Restrictions

A portion of these papers is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.

Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Bentsen, Lloyd--Archives.
Subjects (Organizations)
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance.
United States. Congress. Senate.
Economics--United States.
Finance--Laws and legislation--United States.
Finance--United States.
Politics, Practical--Texas.
Texas--Politics and government--1951-

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers, 1921-1998, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Detailed Description of the Collection


VI. Constituent Services Subgroup, 1971-1993
Extent (259 cubic feet)

Administrative History
Projects and casework were the primary Constituent Service work of Senator Bentsen's staff. Typical projects, undertaken on behalf of groups, municipalities, or the state itself, included efforts to receive federal grants or designations, to gain inclusion in federal programs, and to affect the decisions of federal agencies. Cases involved specific individuals requiring assistance with Federal agencies and government departments, such as the Veterans and Social Security Administrations; the Internal Revenue Service; Immigration and Naturalization Service; Departments of Agriculture, Health, Education, Welfare, Justice and Labor; and branches of the armed forces.
Staff in Bentsen's Austin office performed most casework and project work. Dallas staff managed some local cases. The State Director, reporting to the Administrative Assistant, supervised the work. Bentsen's Administrative Assistant handled some special constituent problems personally.
Other routine constituent services included applications to the military service academies, coordinated by Houston staff, and routine congratulatory correspondence, managed by Dallas staff.
Scope and Content Note
Project Files created by Bentsen's Constituent Services staff include correspondence, reference and research materials, and administrative documents. The files provide an overview of the sorts of projects Texas communities undertook during Bentsen's term, as well as the methods and relationships Bensten's staff drew on to assist them.
Because of their private nature, individual case files are closed for 75 years from date of creation. The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History did not retain service academy files.
For routine constituent correspondence, see Correspondence Subgroup.
329-88-0001/12 (01843300)Project Files Series 1971-1992
Extent (226 cubic feet)
Scope and Content Note
Project Files created by Bentsen's Constituent Services staff include internal memos and correspondence with constituents and state and federal agencies, printed material such as reports and clippings, photographic materials, legal documents, and cartographic materials. Three series: Water resources projects, 1971-1979; Sequentially filed projects, 1971-1989; Project files arranged by county, 1982-1992.
The separate water resources project files may reflect Bentsen's membership in the Public Works Committee (renamed Environment and Public Works in 1977), which considered appropriations for such projects. The Sequentially filed projects series contains the bulk of the files. Staff assigned each case a descriptive title and a reference number, by which the files are organized in their particular year. In the reference number, the digits after the hyphen represent the year of the project (e.g., 1-77 for the first project in 1977).
Typically, the files include a coversheet, which lists actions taken by Bentsen's office on different dates. The later files often also include "snapshots" printed from the office computer system used to track case and project work. These documents state the status of the project, contacts made at federal agencies, actions taken, and the names and addresses of involved constituents. Some projects, such as the unsuccessful effort to prevent the closure of Ellington Air Force Base (1974-1981), involved many staff over a long period of time. In contrast, "one-shot" projects required only a single telephone call or letter to close.
The contents of the files vary. Generally, they include correspondence with constituents and administrators in federal agencies. Many of the files include the CMS work orders for Bentsen's correspondence. Occasionally, the constituent's original contact included printed material, such as reports and clippings. Some of the files include notes created by the staff member who worked on the project. Other materials in the files can include photographic materials, legal documents, and cartographic materials. In a few instances, legislative staff became involved in the project and their communication with the Senator is documented.
Lists and reports tracking project work can be found in the Austin office files, including several card files indexing projects 1971-1989.
Water resources projects, 1971-1979:
Assorted project correspondence, 1971-1975
Correspondence, various projects, 1977
One-shot project correspondence, 1978-1979
R&H appropriations, FY 1974
Bon Weir project, FY 1974
Backup statements, FY 1975
R&H general, FY 1975
Lakeview project, FY 1975
Palo Duro River project, 1974
Statements, FY 1976
Statements and Environmental impact studies, FY 1976
R&H appropriations, FY 1977
Matagorda Ship Channel, letters to constituents, 1975-1976
000-89-0006 (92-043)/89 (00097691)Rivers and Harbors Omnibus bill projects:
000-89-0006 (92-043)/89 (00097691)Rivers and Harbors, general (includes Port of Houston; Farmers Branch and Rawhide Creeks; and West Texas and Eastern New Mexico Import Project)
Alpine Lake, Alpine, Texas, Brewster County
Attoyac Bayou Watershed, Nacogdoches, Rusk, Shelby, and San Augustine Counties
Amistad Reservoir and Recreation Area, 10 millionth visitor, Val Verde County (one letter only)
Removal of aquatic growth, Louisiana and Texas
Aquilla Lake, Brazos River, Central Texas
Aubrey Lake, Dallas and Denton (two folders)
Bachman and Joe's Creeks, Dallas
Barbour Terminal Channel, Morgan Point, Texas, Harris County
Bardwell Lake
Beals Creek, Big Spring, Texas
Bear Creek watershed
Belton Lake
Benbrook Lake, Trinity River
Berkley Creek and tributaries, Hall County, Texas
Big Creek Tri-County watershed, Temple Texas; Falls, Limestone, and McLennan Counties
Big Cow Creek, Jasper and Newton Counties
Big Pine Lake, Red River and Lamar Counties
Boggy Creek, Austin
000-89-0006 (92-043)/90 (00096360)Boggy Creek, widening, Austin (two folders)
Bolivar Peninsula, erosion problems, Galveston County
Bon Weir Project on Sabine River, East Texas
Brazos Island Harbor (Brownsville Ship Channel, widening and dredging)
Brazos River and tributaries
Brazos River salt pollution
Brownsville deepwater channel
Buffalo Bayou and tributaries, Houston
Lake Brownwood dam modification, Coleman and Brown Counties
Burnet, Crystal, and Scott Bays and vicinity, subsidence, Harris County
Cache River Project, Arkansas
Caddo Creek watershed, Collins and Hunt Counties
California Creek watershed, Hamlin, Texas
Cameron County Water Control and Improvement District #5
Canadian River and tributaries, flood control, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas
Canyon Lake, Comal County
Cedar Bayou Channel, Chambers and Liberty Counties
Chiltipin Creek, Sinton, Texas, San Patricio County
000-89-0006 (92-043)/91 (00096622)Chambers Creek, Everman, Texas
Channel to Port Bolivar [empty folder]
Chocolate Bayou, Brazoria County
Choctaw watershed, Grayson County
Choke Canyon, Frio River, near Corpus Christi
Cibolo and Palo Blanco Creeks, near Falfurrias, Schertz, and Presidio, Texas (four folders)
Clear Creek, Brazoria County
Clopton Crossing Lake, Blanco River; Edwards Underground Reservoir (two folders)
Colorado River and tributaries
000-89-0006 (92-043)/92 (00096520)Conn Brown Harbor
Cooper Lake
Conn Brown Harbor Annex, Aransas Pass
Cornudas North and Culp Draws Watershed
Corpus Christi Ship Channel Study (Omnibus Bill)
Corpus Christi Channel
Corpus Christi Ship Channel
Corpus Christi Beach
Corpus Christi Ship Channel (Port Aransas Breakwater) Sec. 107
Cuero Dam
Cypress Creek-San Jacinto & Tributaries
Delaware Creek
Denison Dam-Lake Texoma (MP)
Denison Dam (Lake Texoma) Texas & Oklahoma
Dickinson Bayou
Double Bayou
Duck Creek Channel Improvement
Ecleto Creek, TX
Elephant Butte-Fort Quitman El Paso Water Improvement District 1
Elm Creek Watershed
Elm Fork Floodway (Trinity River Project)
El Paso
Escondido Creek Watershed
Estelline Spring Experimental Project
Edwards Underground Reservoir
000-89-0006 (92-043)/93 (00096430)Falcon Reservoir, Rio Grande
Ferrells Bridge Dam - Lake O' The Pines [empty folder]
Freeport Harbor and vicinity, hurricane and flood control, Brazos River, Brazoria County (three folders)
Galveston Bay Area navigation study
Galveston Channel, deepening to 40 feet
Galveston Harbor and Channel
Galveston seawall
Harbor of Refuge, Seadrift, Texas
Goose Creek (tributary of Houston Ship Channel)
Grapevine Lake, Trinity River
Greenville local protection (Cowleech Fork)
Guadalupe River (remove log jam)
Guadalupe River, channel to Victoria
Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
Gulf Coast Deepwater Port Facilities: Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida
Harbor Island; deepening of Corpus Christi Ship Channel
Hickory Creek watershed, Balch Springs, Texas
Highland Bayou
Hitson C&L and Washburn Draws watershed
(see Cornudas watershed file)
Holliday Creek, Lake Wichita, Wichita Falls, Texas
Hords Creek Lake [empty folder]
Houston Ship Channel
Johnson Creek, Arlington and Grand Prairie, Texas
Kleberg County Water Control and Improvement District, Kingsville, Texas (1979 feasibility study by Joint Venture Partners)
Kickapoo Creek watershed, Erath, Palo Pinto, and Parker Counties
Lake Kemp, Wichita River
000-89-0006 (92-043)/94 (00096677)Lake LBJ and Big Sandy Creek, Llano, Texas
Lakeview Reservoir
Lavon Lake, Collin County (three folders)
Lavaca and Navidad Rivers
Leon Creek
Lewisville Dam
Linville Bayou and Creek, Brazoria County
Long Island, Port Isabel (dust control)
Los Olmos Creek watershed, Jim Hogg and Starr Counties
McKinney Bayou, Arkansas and Texas
Matagorda Ship Channel
Mineola Lake; Carl Estes Dam and Lake, Sabine River, near Longview, Texas
Munday, Texas, flood control project (section 205)
Lower Neches River Saltwater barrier
Navarro Mills Lake
North Sulphur River Rural Clean Water Program (RCWP)
Lower Neches River, Beaumont
Nueces River Project, Choke Canyon
Nueces River and Tributaries
Offatts Bayou, Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, (section 107)
Oso Creek, Robstown, Texas
Padre Island National Seashore
Palacios seawall
Palmetto Bend Dam and Reservoir
Palo Duro Lake
000-89-0006 (92-043)/95 (00096338)Pat Mayse Lake
Pease River
Pecos River
Pecos River Basin
Peyton Creek
Pine Island Estates
Plainview Rivers & Harbors
Pollard Creek Watershed
Pond Creek Watershed Project
Port Arthur & Vicinity (hurricane and flood protection)
Proctor Lake (folder empty)
Paluxy River Watershed (work plan)
Red Arroyo (San Angelo, TX)
Aransas Pass (Red Fish Bay)
317-73, Hemphill Soil Water Conservation District-Red Deer Watershed
Red River-Chloride Control Parts I and II
Red River Levees and Bank Stabilization below Denison Dam
Red River Waterway, Shreveport to Daingerfield, TX (Economic Restudy Only)-(folder empty)
Red River-Shreveport to Daingerfield, TX
Red River
Arkansas-Red River Chloride Control Data Station, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas
Red River above Denison, TX and Oklahoma
Red River below Denison Dam
Red River Waterway
Red River Waterway-Mississippi River to Shreveport
Red River Bank Stabilization (index: Arkansas to Denison on Dam)-(folder empty)
Richland Dam
Rio Grande Wild & Scenic River
Lower Rio Grande Basin
Lake Rockland/Dam
Rowlett Creek, Dallas & Collin Counties
Rush and Village Creeks
000-89-0006 (92-043)/96 (00097807)Sabine River Flood Control
Sabine Neches Waterway
San Angelo Lake (empty folder)
San Antonio-Guadalupe River Basin Study (Special Report)
San Bernard River
Sanderson Canyon
San Felipe Creek
San Gabriel River
San Jacinto River & Tributaries
San Marcos River Watershed
Santa Maria Water Control & Improvement District (empty folder)
Sims Bayou, Houston
Somerville Lake
Acquisition of land and minerals for the Somerville Reservoir Project
2.116/OD 1273Sommerville Reservoir composite, real estate map, 1963
000-89-0006 (92-043)/96 (00097807)Steinhagen Lake (Neches River)
Stillhouse Hollow Dam
Surfside Beach
000-89-0006 (92-043)/97 (00097705)Taylor Bayou
Texarkana Dam-Lake Texarkana
Texas City Channel
Texas City and Vicinity Hurricane and Flood Protection
Texas Water Supply and Pollution Study
Texas Coast Hurricane
Three Rivers
Toledo Bend
Town Bluff Dam-B.A. Steinhagen Lake
Townbranch Watershed Project
Trinity River
Wallisville River
Waco Lake
White Rock Lake
Lake Whitney (Dummy File)
Wichita River
Unnamed Tributary (Eagle Pass)
Zacate Creek:
2.116/OD 1177City of Laredo, September 1977
000-89-0006 (92-043)/98 (00097716)Texas Wastewater Construction-General
Rivers & Harbors
The Institutionalization of Rural Water-Sewer Reform (proposal)
Rural Community Action: Status and Recommendations (report)
To Be Sorted
Watershed Progress Report
Unlabeled folder-various rivers
Unlabeled folder-revenue sharing regulations
Unlabeled folder-various river projects
Water Resources Congress-Washington Hilton-Washington, D.C.- March 7, 1974
Public Works Committee
1974 Public Works Project
Fiscal Year 1975 Working Papers-Rivers & Harbors
Congressional B.S. (?)
Project Nar's
1974 Working Papers
General Rivers and Harbors-Memos
Congressional Information-Fiscal Year 1977
Rivers & Harbors-General
Frio River-Three Rivers, Texas
000-89-0006 (92-043)/99 (00096316)Lower Rio Grande Basin-Aldrete's File
Trinity River-Correspondence, 1974
Trinity River-Memos and Background
Trinity River-Newspaper clips & magazines
Victoria Channel
Big Pine-Rivers and Harbors
Days Creek-Rivers and Harbors
Taylors Bayou
Choke Canyon
Tennessee Colony
Received Correspondence
1976 Memos
1975-76 Letters
Lake Wichita, Holiday Creek
Sabine-Neches Waterway
San Gabriel Projects
Taylor Bayou Project
Texas City Hurricane-Flood Protection
Texas Coast Hurricane Society
Three Rivers
Trinity River Project
Wallisville Lake
Memos 1976
Rivers & Harbors-Stuff
Carl Estes Dam and Lake (Mineola Lake)
Rivers & Harbors- Congressional Letters 1974
Johnson Creek
Lake Brownwood Modification
Lake Lavon
Lavon Lake Modification
Linville Creek, Caney Creek, Tres Palacios
Millican Lake
Oso Creek Flood Control
Pecos and Vicinity
Peyton Creek
Lower Rio Grande Basin Flood Control
Port Arthur and Vicinity-Hurricane and Flood Protection
Red River Stabilization below Denison Dam
San Antonio Channel Improvement
Texas City Channel (Industrial)
Fiscal Year 1975 Memos
1976 Capabilities
Corpus Christi Beach Restoration
Arkansas-Red River Basin Chloride Control (Oklahoma)
Arkansas-Red River Chloride Control Data Station (Oklahoma)
Big Pine Lake
Bon Weir Reservoir
Brazos River and Tributaries-Salt Pollution
Buffalo Bayou and Tributaries
Chiltipin Creek Flood Control
Cibolo Creek
Clear Creek
Colorado River Project
Mouth of Colorado
Cooper Lake and Channels
Unlabeled folder-various water projects
2.116/OD 1177Hawk Island USGS topographical quad map, 7.5′, 1970
000-89-0006 (92-043)/99 (00096316)Corpus Christi Ship Channel
Corpus Christi Ship Channel-Deepening
Guadalupe River-remove log jam
Duck Creek Channel Improvement
El Paso Flood Control
Galveston Bay Area Navigation
Galveston Channel Deepening
Highland Bayou
Bardwell Lake
Belton Lake
Benbrook Lane
Brazos Island Harbor
Canyon Lake
Channel to Port Bolivar
Clear Creek and Clear Lake
Denison Dam-Lake Texoma
Estelline Springs
Ferrels Bridge Dam-Lake of the Pines
Galveston Harbor and Channel
Grapevine Lake
Hords Creek
Houston Ship Channel
Lake Kemp
Lewisville Dam
Matagorda Ship Channel
Navarro Mills Lake
Pat Mayse Lake
San Rayburn Lake
San Angelo Lake
Somerville Lake
Stillhouse Hollow Dam
Town Bluff-B.A. Steinhagen Lake
Waco Lake
Whitney Lake
Wright Patman Dam and Reservoir (Texarkana Lake)
Aubrey Lake
San Jacinto & Tributaries Cypress Creek (per Eckhardt)
Corpus Christi Beach Erosion
Trinity Correspondence 1976
Empty folders, removed:
000-89-0006 (92-043)/99 (00096316)Fiscal Year 1976 Miscellaneous Correspondence, Cloptins Crossing, Buffalo Bayou and Tributaries, Freeport Harbor, Texas City Channel, Trinity River and Tributaries, Bolivar Peninsula Beach Erosion
LMB 18Folders relocated to legal size box:
Choke Canyon
Alamo Resource Conservation and Development
112-76, Resaca de la Palma
Papillion Creek & Tributaries-Washington & Douglas Counties, Nebraska
Folder unlabeled-various projects
Matagorda Island
Brazoria County Airport
John Hill
Miscellaneous (loose material from box 000-89-0006/99)
000-89-0006 (92-043)/1 (00880651)Sequentially filed projects, 1971-1989:
Nimitz Apartments, Ltd. San Antonio,
Texas, February 1971
Drought relief, 1971
Fort Worth Narcotic Treatment Center, 1971
1-71, National Endowment for the Arts projects
2-71, Customs Office, Port Lavaca
3-71, Slurry Seal Inc.
Joan Puckett project
4-71, FHA loan for Natalia, Texas
7-1971, closing of parks around the Sam Rayburn Reservoir
8-71, parole for Harry Davis sought by the Breckenridge Industrial Foundation
9-71, Galveston PHS Hospital, possible closing
10-71, award of T-58 contract
11-71, Hill-Burton Hospitals and required fire prevention system for wooden frame buildings
12-71, Federal Aid for Texcitrus for advertising overseas
13-71, Apartments in Wichita Falls and Northern Contracting Corporation, labor problems
14-71, proposal to reduce accidents caused by drinking drivers by central Texas COG
15-84, delay filing date for the Sam Rayburn Dam Electric Cooperative
16-84, request for federal assistance from Federal Aviation Administration for new airport at Hemphill
17-71, funding for Houston Legal Foundation
18-71, securing a National Park on Possum Kingdom Lake
20-71, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Employment Program in Wichita County
21-17, making the Rio Grande Valley into a recreational area through the use of recreational water
23-71, Belton, Texas application for a HUD low rent public housing program
24-71, neighborhood facility for Mission, Texas
25-71, Pan American College's application from HEW for a Student Center for social involvement
26-71, College Station's HEW application for funds to develop a program of solid waste disposal
27-71, purchasing of 20 acres of park land for a school in Cayuga, Texas
28-71, Clute and Richwood programs to improve community facilities, HUD application
29-71, Brownwood, Texas request to get help from FHA for the extension of water line from Zephyr, Texas
30-71, Buffalo Bayou flood control project by the Corps of Engineers
31-71, Amrep, Houston's proposal for the management of an oil spill tanker for service in the Gulf of Mexico
32-71, pollution problem on LBJ Lake in the Highland Lakes area
33-71, Project Mast out of San Antonio
34-71, request by Starr and Zapata Counties to get an FHA loan to bring in a household water supply
35-71, problems with Free School Lunch Program in Edinburg consolidated ISD
37-71, Local Selective Service Board for Maverick County
38-71, City of Brenham, water supply
39-71, City of Nacogdoches, surface reservoir
40-71, petition for additional slots in New York City for a nine county area
41-71, Fort Concho restoration
42-71, San Marcos sports fishery center
44-71, erosion at Gunn Hollow
45-71, housing fund freeze
46-71, Great Plains Conservation Program
47-71, additional low rent housing, City of Brownsville
49-71, Killeen Recreational Facility Project
50-71, low rent housing
51-71, Canyon Lake
53-71, Robstown Project
54-71, letter to Hector Garcia from projects manager, Denman Moody
55-71, Sunset Community application with the FHA
56-71, Sockwell's SBA loan
57-71, experimental school project sites
58-71, Willis Pirkle, Grapevine Reservoir
59-71, Fort Worth NIMH
000-89-0006 (92-043)/2 (00880298)62-71, Emergency Food and Medical Service Program, Wichita Falls
63-71, Chief of Chaplains at Houston VA
64-71, Plainview's Mental Retardation Center
65-71, American Kal, GSA
66-71, Bryan Mental Retardation Center
67-71, EDA grant to the Navigation District
68-71, San Angelo
69-71, cattle and hog shipping in Texas
70-71, Alpine Water Well, Texas law problems
71-71, Howard Payne College application for Title II, Developing Institution Grant
72-71, TSTI faculty improvement grant
73-71, Green Thumb Program
75-71, Robstown Out-Patient Clinic
76-71, Fort Stockton Historic Preservation
78-71, Channelview school funds
80-71, Morris Atlas
81-71, Family Health Center, Sister Denis
82-71, Alice, Texas FAA application
83-71, Houston ISD not included in the Experimental Schools Program
85-71, Brownwood and Coleman SSS Board
86-71, Foster Grandparent
87-71, Drug Abuse Education Act of 1970
88-71, Northeast Texas conservation development
89-71, Disaster Relief for Starr County
90-71, Progress International Bridge
91-71, Wesley Manor
92-71, Risica (?) discrimination, Army
93-71, McKee, Inc. and Fort Bliss contract ward problems
94-71, Federal Lunch Programs in La Feria
95-71, Weslaco under school district, migrant funds
96-71, Texarkana FHA transfer to Little Rock
101-71, Austin Family Planning Services funding delay
102-71, University of Texas at Houston Medical Teachers Grant
103-71, Bell Egg Farm, Center, Texas
104-71, National Forest and Lake Conroe property
105-71, Swan construction and A-2 program
186-71, Barrios in Houston
107-71, Alibates Flint Quarry
108-71, Mineola Sewage Treatment Facility, Ronald Fix
109-71, Brazoria County's need for Social Security office
110-71, Tex-Metals Company and ICC order # 1068
111-71, South Texas Chamber of Commerce's desire to have disaster area declared
113-71, Galveston Bay, Houston Ship Channel
115-71, El Paso, Texas, R.A. Thomason General Hospital
116-71, Southside ISD, San Antonio Bilingual Education Program
117-71, Jobs on Corpus Air Base
118-71, Hidalgo County EDC and OEO
119-71, Marketing and Technology, SBA consulting 406 contractors
120-71, Kponal (?) Library program funding
120-71, Arlington, University of Texas Social Work Training Program
121-71, Texas Rehabilitation Council cutbacks
122-71, General Land Office and off-shore drilling
000-89-0006 (92-043)/3 (00880458)123-71, Texas Upward Bound
124-71, Civil Service Investigation for AFGE
125-71, federally funded housing projects for San Augustine
126-71, allocation of Hill-Burton funds
127-71, South Limestone Hospital
128-71, City of Argyle, FHA loan application
129-71, Calvert County Selective Service Board move to Brazos County
130-71, Austin low rent housing
132-71, East Texas fine arts grant
133-71, Amarillo Hospital training grant application, HEW
134-71, Central Texas Systems of Engineering application, HUD
136-71, Everman School Experimental School application, Office of Education
137-71, Houston contractors, SBA Pilot City Program
138-71, Hidalgo Customs Warehouse, IRS order
139-71, Calhoun County Water Supply system
140-71, ICC freight rate increase
142-71, Cisco Junior College, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) application
143-71, FHA water supply loan
144-71, Atlanta Public Schools, HEW directives regarding desegregation
145-71, San Antonio Comprehensive Health Care Project
146-71, San Antonio redevelopment area
147-71, American Traders, military services parts approval, F.E. Cain
148-71, Central Texas Aging Program
149-71, Magic Valley Geriatrics Center, Concord Manor
151-71, world civil rights problem
152-71, Olney, low rent housing
154-71, Nueces County Navigation District and ICC
155-71, Baytown levees, Corps of Engineers
156-71, West Texas experimental health care
157-71, Houston Passport Office
158-71, Child Day Care portion of Model Cities
159-71, NIMH budget cuts
160-71, Texas A & M Maritime Academy
163-71, OEP claims and Cameron and Willacy Counties
164-71, Corpus Christi SBA loans
165-71, Kinsolving Canyon Lodge
166-71, Mineral Wells HUD interim grant
167-71, El Paso Junior Bar publication funds
168-71, poor condition of Southwest Freeway
169-71, Houston Jewish Home for the Aged
170-71, Lewisville ISD
172-71, The Flying Longhorns, China trip
173-71, Bluebonnet Youth Ranch
174-71, McAllen Border Patrol
175-71, Rusk Rural Water Supply
176-71, Medina Valley School 874 funds
178-71, Process Operators water quality grant
179-71, Aledo law enforcement grant
180-71, Lamas County water system
181-71, Armco steel, EPA
182-71, Mabank Post Office
185-71, Resource conservation and development, RC&D applications
186-71, San Antonio Secretaries SSS reorganization
187-71, Commerce Library, Post Office Building
189-71, Eastland Federal Crop Insurance
190-71, Clarksville Airstrip
191-71, Johnny Johnston and Lance Dreyer, FAA operators problem
193-71, Texas homing beacon, Robert Spellings
194-71, Woodville ISD, HEW directives
196-71, Harris County, food stamps
197-71, Pan American Special Services Program
198-71, Indianola National Park
200-71, Fort Worth Dental Facility
202-71, tobacco bug worm, pesticides
203-71, lack of potable water in the Valley
204-71, Galveston Senior Citizen's Club
205-71, Deweyville post office facility
207-71, Red River, Texas Oklahoma dispute
208-71, Hitchcock ISD
209-71, Megargel, operation mainstream
210-71, Bishop recreation application
211-71, Fredericksburg Child Care Center
212-71, Van Alstyne pollution assistance
213-71, Corpus apartment post office problem
214-71, American Youth Hostel plan
215-71, Aliviane, Inc., El Paso drug abuse
216-71, Special Services Program, St. Mary's
217-71, remodeling of Clarksville Courthouse, B.F. Edwards, friend of Bentsen
218-71, Hidalgo County, methadone project
219-71, Orange County navigation, port and export problem, DOAg
220-71, NHLI Graduate Training Grants, Dr. Miller, Dallas Methodist Hospital
221-71, Phonic Ear and FCC problem
000-89-0006 (92-043)/4 (00880980)222-71, Home Health Services, Medicare delay
223-71, Sanyo, Inc. in San Antonio
224-71, San Antonio, New York City application, Summer Youth Program
225-71, Galveston, New York City application
226-71, Kenedy and Cuero mail route problem
227-71, El Campo, local government preventing W. Ward & Sons minority business
227-71, NCP Products Newhaus Chemical
228-71, Georgia Pacific Corporation
229-71, Basin Electric Cooperative Bismarck, North Dakota
230-71, Commercial Fisheries Cooperative of Matagorda
231-71, Garcia, HUD mobile home
232-71, Calhoun County, Economic Development Co.
235-71, Willacy County domestic water supply
236-71, Kingsville Naval Air Station
237-71, Lone Star School Leon County
238-71, Starr County Hospital
239-71, Olney, urban renewal
240-71, HUD funding of apartment in Gladewater
241-71, Edroy, San Patricio County, better water and sewage facility
242-71, Memphis Federal Agency location
243-71, University of Texas Medical Branch, HEW grant
244-71, Educational television for Brownwood area
245-71, Riviera Community water supply
246-71, Research Products, toilets, FDA
247-71, Moore County, sudden rise designation
249-71, Citraland Farms and FHA, the Everhards
250-71, Weslaco labor camp
251-71, Paul Munves and postal thefts
252-71, Itasca Soil Conservation Station
254-71, Texas AFL-CIO
255-71, Hope's HEW grant
257-71, Baylor's education grant
258-71, Wichita Falls recreation facility
259-71, Mercedes Neighborhood Development Program
261-71, electrical shock problem, High Plains Baptist Hospital
262-71, Texarkana Neighborhood Development Program (NDP) application
263-71, Indian Village, 263 housing
265-71, Grayson County EDA
266-71, contract for technical assistance for minorities, Sargent
267-71, Red Oak EPA grant
268-71, Mason School grant
270-71, Galveston statue request
271-71, Jaycees prison program
272-71, International Bridges, Rio Grande River
274-71, Late Start Project, Brownsville
276-71, Environmental Education Center, Central Texas region
277-71, El Paso Air Operation
278-71, United Furniture Workers of America, Local 376
280-71, Blacklands Laboratory
281-71, cotton import project, Ross Rommell
282-71, San Antonio regional transportation project
283-71, kidney disease detection program, Galveston, Regional Medical Programs
284-71, Port of Mansfield housing contract
285-71, AFDC foster care grants in Wichita County
286-71, City of Kerens railroad crossing
287-71, Nuclear Ship Savannah conversion into a liquefied chemical gas carrier
288-71, Rosebud Clinic
289-71, AID, Joe A. Lemmons, per Charlie Frigg
290-71, Beeville 236 project
291-71, Killeen projects, FHA commitments, etc.
293-71, City of Woodville, inability to secure gas for small or large industries
294-71, Toledo Bend Lake, Sabine National Forest, 95 mile scenic highway
295-71, ASG Industries, Inc., sheet glass manufacturer
296-71, Conner Construction Co., Odessa DOT and Federal Power Company
298-71, H.E. McNair, EDA loan
300-71, Edwards County, alien problem, Sheriff Tom T. Henderson, Sr.
301-71, Tranquility Park, Houston
302-71, La Esperanza Home for Boys, Brownsville
303-71, emergency food services, Project Refin, San Benito, OEO
304-71, New Waverly delinquency prevention, Francis O'Brien
305-71, Texas Tektite, University of Texas, Galveston
3V228Photographic material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/5 (00096928)307-71, Project Sage for elderly, Dan Hawkins, Brownsville
308-71, Paul A. Vogler, Asbestos Workers Union
309-71, Starr County Neighborhood facility, Dr. Mario Ramirez
310-71, Jacinto, Trevino College
311-71, University of Texas at San Antonio, health for poor
312-71, Texas Cattle Feeders Association
313-71, File sent to Larry Meyers in Washington
314-71, Student Opportunity Service Program, University of Houston, Maria Jimenez
316-71, City Council, Dallas, upgrade and rehabilitate Dallas neighborhoods, Jerry C. Gilmore
317-71, Lakeside Mobile Home Estates, White Oak, R.J. Shore & Foster T. Bean
319-71, Jack Strong, post office
320-71, Temple Allied Health Science School EDA grant, Ross Greenwood
321-71, San Antonio public housing
322-71, Gulf Coast helicopter service
323-71, Harris County Hospital District, OEO
324-71, Houston Model Cities Program
326-71, Newton Lumber Co., Claude Williams
327-71, Navarro County OEO projects
329-71, Denton post office
330-71, City of George West
331-71, Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, EDA, Mr. William H. Walton, President
332-71, San Felipe-Del Rio ISD
33-71, Moore Station Water Supply Corp., Mr. James T. Thompson, Dallas
334-71, Benton Musslewhite, FHA
337-71, Cauble Enterprises
338-71, Del Rio Chamber of Commerce Immigration
339-71, San Antonio Neighborhood Development and Vista Verde Urban Renewal
340-71, Pedernales Electric Cooperative, Mr. Tom Hutchinson
341-71, Port of Corpus Christi, offshore oil and gas drilling, Mr. Duane Orr
342-71, City of Lometa, lack of water, Charles A. Cass
343-71, Veterans Education and Training Action Commission, Mayor Louie Welch and Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
344-71, Florence Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. W. N. Marshall
345-71, Sheppard Air Force Base laundry
346-71, Fannett Telephone Committee
347-71, Elm Creek, Judge Zook Thomas
348-71, Colonel Hassan Jeru-Ahmad Black Man's Development Center
349-71, Texas A & M application for Systems Study for Suspended Particulate Abatement
352-71, Fort Worth National Corporation, Mr. Lewis Bond
353-71, Standard Electric Company, Inc. Federal Trade Commission, E.E. Eckert
354-71, Texas Passenger Traffic Association, Mr. Robert E. Pirtle
356-71, Sulphur Exploration permits, Eddy County, New Mexico, Mr. R.W. Barker
357-71, Global 7 Corp., Frank Swartz
358-71, Pan American College, National Science Foundation proposal, L.O. Sorensen
359-71, Huntsville Housing Authority
361-71, Texas Fine Arts Commission, Mr. Charles Stewart, Chairman
363-71, City of Elsa, Mr. Fred Garza
364-71, airport certification rules, City of Midland, Mayor Edwin H. Magruder, Jr.
365-71, The Moody School for Cerebral Palsy and multiply handicapped children, University of Texas Medical Branch
366-71, City of Devine, water works system, Mr. S.R. Malone
367-71, paper industry, Container Corp. of American, Mr. R.P. Barse, Jr.
368-71, Fort Wolters
2.116/OD 1273Fort Wolters, Mineral Wells, Texas-Building Area Map, May 1973
000-89-0006 (92-043)/6 (00096994)369-71, Oil production in the South Field of El Dorado, Arkansas, Mr. R. E. Peppy Blount
370-71, National Area Development Institute, Mr. R. A. Yarbrough
371-71, Tyler, post office
372-71, Clifton housing project, Mr. Sam D. Logan, Jr.
374-71, Northern Natural Gas Co., Tiger Ridge Area, Montana
375-71, Texas rural regional coordination proposal
376-71, Wadley Hospital, Texarkana, Mrs. Josh R. Morriss, Jr.
377-71, VEE spray, Jim Bates, Edinburg
378-71, Curtin Scientific Company, Federal Supply Service, Mr. J. A. Muller
379-71, HUD, consolidated supply contract consigned to GSA, Mr. Richard G. Jones
380-71, Jack Strong, small business
381-71, The Prud'homme Corporation, SBA
382-71, Rural Directories of America, Inc., Waco, Jim Kuhn (empty folder)
383-71, Wm. Cameron & Co., Wholesale, American Trucking Association, Mr. Frank Hallonquist
384-71, City of Alamo, recreation area, Mr. Jimmie Gray, Mayor
385-71, Memorial Baptist Hospital, Dr. Wilson J. Fahlberg
386-71, 236 housing project, Denison-Sherman, Mr. David Bayless
387-71, San Patricio County Committee on Youth Education and Job Opportunities
388-71, City of San Benito, Mr. C. T. Adams, Jr.
389-71, T.R.S. proposal building contractor tax reporting, Mr. H. R. Templeton
390-71, Lower Rio Grande aerial applicators, Mr. Jeff Burke
391-71, Drilling for gas off Galveston Island, Mr. James Nelson
392-71, Comprehensive rural areas development, Mr. Sylvin R. Lange
393-71, Boy's Ranch, Eldorado Mills
394-71, City of El Lago, Mr. R. A. Schultz
395-71, C. B. Delhomme Co.
396-71, Palestine postal service, Mr. Wayne C. Sellers
397-71, Migrant workers in Michigan, Rebecca Flores
398-71, Incarnate Word College, Earl Jones
399-71, Stamford Cable Television, Mayor James G. Self
400-71, Department of Labor, proposed regulations on price stabilization, Gillford-Hill & Company
401-71, COOT, Department of Commerce, Mr. Oscar Johnson
402-71, North Side Manor Trust, St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Elliott Grant
403-71, 701 comprehensive planning assistance program
404-71, Houston Museum of Natural Science
405-71, Andrews County, Mr. J. A. Clanton, FHA loan
406-71, San Antonio, Model Cities application, Mr. Al J. Notzon
407-71, Nueces County Mental Health and Mental Retardation Community Center
408-71, Pflugerville ISD, Mr. Wm. C. Fowler
409-71, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, Department of Agriculture, Mr. Richard N. Countiss
410-71, Klate Holt Company, SBA proposed rule making
411-71, Business Resource Development Center, OMBE, Mr. Robert Rodriguez & Jesse L. Glover
412-71, City of San Saba, Mr. H. D. Chadwick, Mayor
413-71, Balcones Bass Club, Mr. Dean Schmidt
414-71, High rise causeway, Port Isabel to San Padre Island
415-71, Marshall Public Schools, Mr. Truitt Ingram, Superintendent
416-71, Truscott-Gilliland Water System, Red River Authority of Texas
417-71, Brownsville Refining Corporation, EDA
418-71, Acres Home Community Relations Club, Earnestine B. Gee
419-71, Burnett Construction Company, Navy projects, SBA
420-71, Lometa's Workable Program application, HUD, Mayor Troy Duncan
421-71, Southwestern Security Systems, Mr. Peary Perry
422-71, Leavesley Industries, incinerator, EPA, Mr. A. B. Ridgley
423-71, Property Investments, Corps of Engineers easement, Mr. W. S. Nicholson, Jr.
424-71, Thiokol plant, Marshall, Texas
425-71, Economy
426-71, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association, Mr. Robert W. Chambers
427-71, Advisory board, Department of the Interior, Mr. Eric G. Bolen
428-71, Karnes City ISD, Mr. M. E. Asman, Superintendent
429-71, Brazosport High School PTA, Mr. and Mrs. George K. Phinny
430-71, Proposed new federal building, Houston
431-71, Driscoll Foundation Children's Hospital, Dr. McIver Furman & Dr. Michael P Tristan
000-89-0006 (92-043)/7 (00096225)432-71, Texas Package Stores Association, Mr. James Leggett
433-71, Cuero ISD, Mr. E. E. Sims & Mr. Rudy Fuchs
434-71, James Dick, concert pianist trip to China
435-71, Community Action Corporation, Wichita Falls, Mr. Angus Thompson
436-71, City of Port Arthur and other cities, Emergency Employment Act, Mayor Bernis W. Sadler
437-71, Polk county, solid waste management
438-71, Texas Public Employees Association
439-71, City of Vega, Mayor Elmer Dodgin
440-71, San Antonio, NASA space shuttle, Mr. N. Wayne Harwell
441-71, Dr. Hector P. Garcia, SBA deadline on Celia disaster loans
442-71, Bend, Texas, Bend Community Association, Mr. William E. Adams
443-71, Waco Transit Corporation, Mr. James E. Burchfield
444-71, Intercontinental Steel Corporation, Mr. Herbert R. Aronoff
445-71, Stephens County Rural Water Supply Corporation
446-71, St. Joseph Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, Sister Mary Amelia
448-71, Olney Cable TV, Mr. M. W. Webb
449-71, Bob Bearden, Drug Treatment Center
450-71, Jonah post office
451-71, Houston Local, National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees, Lloyd G. Viltz, President of Local
452-71, Hurricane Beulah, unemployment compensation
454-71, McLennon Community College, Bob Sheehy
455-71, City of Waco, Industrial Park Bonds, Bob Sheehy
457-71, Mr. Leslie Chappell, National Park Service Permit
458-71, Delta County, Juvenile Rehabilitation Center, Judge Troy E. Kern
459-71, Shepherd and Burris, proposed changes in site criteria for subsidized housing, Mr. Bruce T. Shepherd
460-71, Holloman AFB, school facilities
461-71, Concentrated Employment Program, Department of Labor, Defense Manpower Policy #4
462-71, County of Kleberg, civil defense, Judge W. C. McDaniel
463-71, South Texas Children's Home, Mr. Melburn Sibley, Superintendent
464-71, Meat packers wage and price exemption
465-71, Lone Star Steel Company, unemployment
466-71, Leggett PTA, Emergency School Assistance Act
467-71, Gulf States Asphalt Company, Inc.
468-71, Pharr riot, O.E.O. hiring of Alonzo Lopez
469-71, Lamplighter Convalescent Center, Baytown Nursing Home
470-71, City of McGregor, sewage treatment plant at Naval Industrial Reserve Ordinance Plant
471-71, Wallis ISD, Don Hestand, Superintendent
472-71, Flood, International Boundary and Water Commission, Mr. Othal E. Brand
473-71, Galveston Wharves, status of OCMI operation, Mr. C. S. Devoy
474-71, McAllen ISD, Dr. Rodney D. Cathey
475-71, Bastrop Public Schools, Mr. G. M. Blackman
476-71, Southwestern Peanut Growers' Association, Mr. Ross Wilson, Manager
477-71, Greenville ISD, Mr. Wesley N. Martin, Superintendent
A478-71, Rusk State Hospital, library
478-71, Rusk State Hospital, HEW, drug project, Dr. Charles C. Hall
479-71, San Antonio, Pioneers, Trail Drivers & Texas Rangers Memorial Building
480-71, Port Lavaca, Calhoun County Navigation District, exporting ASCS commodities
481-71, Luling sewer disposal project
482-71, Sinton School District
483, 71, Willacy County, presidential declaration as disaster area
484-71, Polk County, housing authority
485-71, Tyler County, waste disposal
486-71, Thomas Hospital for Exceptional Children
487-71, STEP program
489-71, Lake Somerville Marina, Nick Gearhart and Jon Coates
490-71, Newton County, mainstream project, Judge W. Q. Adams
491-71, City of San Antonio, LEAA application
492-71, Dublin Housing Authority, low income housing for elderly
494-71, Port of Mansfield
495-71, Texas Tech Rehabilitation Program, Dr. G. Frank Lawlis
496-71, Upshur county, reservoir and water treatment
497-71, Sidran Sportswear
498-71, Lake Bonham Park
499-71, City of Lampasas, HUD application
500-71, Sheppard AFB, modular construction pilot project
502-71, City of Waco, urban renewal
503-71, Addison Airport
504-71, Federal Reserve Board actions
000-89-0006 (92-043)/8 (00880470)505-71, Memphis Fire Department
506-71, City of Sherman, FHA, Mayor S. E. Gillespie
507-71, food stamp program
508-71, Hidalgo & Willacy Counties, extra slots for Operation Mainstream
509-71, City of Hitchcock
510-71, Brazos Electric Power Co-op
511-71, El Paso, low income housing, El Paso League of Women Voters
512-71, UT Medical Center, Buescher Division & Camp Swift Division Science Park
513-71, New Braunfels and 6 county area, Operation Mainstream
514-71, San Antonio, Baptist Memorial Hospital, Medicare
515-71, Haltom City, HUD code enforcement
516-71, Huston-Tillotson College, Dr. Exalton A. Delco, Jr.
517-71, Caviness Packing Company, Inc.
518-71, Mineral Wells ISD
519-71, Willow Creek, Creede, Colorado
520-71, Driscoll Foundation Children's Hospital, research space
521-71, San Diego and Duval County, presidential disaster declaration
522-71, Harris County community Action Association, alcoholism proposal
523-71, La Marque ISD, applied for a radio station
524-71, American College of Musicians, National Guild of Piano Teachers
525-71, City of Beeville, 235 FHA program
526-71, United Cerebral Palsy of the Capital Area
527-71, City Hospital of Teague, Texas
528-71, Stephens County, brush control program Department of Agriculture
529-71, Brazos Basin, natural salt pollution
530-71, Valley Baptist Hospital
531-71, Yankee Stadium, William March Rice University
532-71, Hidalgo County, Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center
533-71, St. Edwards University, Austin, Texas
534-71, Guadalupe National Park
535-71, Texas State Technical Institute
536-71, Walnut Springs, low income housing, HUD
537-71, Orange, Texas Naval Facility
538-71, City of Sherman, Texas, Department of Transportation
539-71, Wilbarger Soil and Water Conservation District
540-71, motel construction on military bases
541-71, San Antonio, University of Mexico, Loyd Hunt
542-71, City of Plano, golf course
543-71, Reagan County, Texas farmers
544-71, Mathis Community Action Committee, Inc. Robstown, Texas
545-71, Smith-Wood County Mental Health and Retardation Center, Tyler, Texas
546-71, City of Tenaha, need of gas
548-71, Howard Payne College, HEW, Developing Institutions, proposal
549-71, Cross Timbers National Grasslands of Wise County
2.325/T38aCross Timbers National Grassland, 1970
000-89-0006 (92-043)/8 (00880470)550-71, Alamo Area Council of Governments, San Antonio, Texas
551-71, Levelland, storm sewer system
552-71, Fort Worth Grain Exchange
553-71, Greater Houston Hospital Council
554-71, City of Naples, postal routes
555-71, Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College
556-71, Pflugerville ISD, application with HUD recreation and Park facilities
557-71, Bexar County and San Antonio, funds from LEAA
558-71, Permian Basin Planned Parenthood, Inc. OEO application
559-71, Jackson Clinic Hospital, Terrell, Texas, Mr. Frank Taggart
560-71, Brooke General Army Hospital
561-71, Marlin Neighborhood Center
562-71, San Antonio, United States Army Topographic Command, RIF
564-71, Stephen F. Austin State University, Mr. C.R. Voigtel
565-71, Delta County, Texas Taxpayers Association, Civic Center
566-71, Val Verde County Bar Association, Judicare Program of Legal Assistance
567-71, Alice, Texas, Community Action Corporation, regarding OEO funds
568-71, City of Beaumont, Central Park and Navy Department
569-71, City of San Antonio, HUD application Summer youth sports programs
570-71, Grapevine, Texas Police Department, Chief James E. Lilly
000-89-0006 (92-043)/9 (00096906)1-72, Cottle & Foard Counties
2-72, Corpus Christi Symphony
3-72, Armand Bayou
2.325/T38aSeparated material
000-89-0006 (92-043)/9 (00096906)4-72, City of Edinburg, annual arrangements city application, Mayor Lloyd Hawkins
5-72, El Paso Community College
6-72, City of Mexia, Varo Company
7-72, La Ward post office
8-72, Capital Area Planning Council, Austin
9-72, Texas A & M, Naval ROTC
10-72, University of Texas at Austin, Urban Mass Transit
11-72, McMurry College, Abilene
12-72, Brookesmith Water Supply System
13-72, Del Rio Housing Authority
14-72, City of Early, low income housing
15-72, Texas Tech University
16-72, Sam Houston State University
17-72, City of Pineland, HUD
18-72, UAW, retiree chapter, local 967
19-72, North Texas State University
20-72, Coastal Bend Regional Planning Commission, HUD
21-72, City of Ennis, sewerage facilities
22-72, The Arthritis Foundation, Northwest Texas Chapter
23-72, Bee County College, Beeville, Texas
24-72, Independent Life Styles, Inc.
25-72, City of Pittsburg Hospital
26-72, City of Austin, drug program
27-72, Turn-Key Projects. EPA
28-72, Invest, Training for unemployed scientists, engineers and technicians
29-72, University of Texas, Symbiotic Processes Lab, School of Architecture
30-72, Lee College, HEW, same as project 23-72, Bee County College (empty folder)
31-72, National Area Development Institute, Spindletop Research
32-72, protest by AMF, Inc. against the award of a contract to Marathon LeTourneau
33-72, Wichita Falls City and Wichita County Public Health Center
34-72, Ranger General Hospital
35-72, City of Killeen, EPA sewer
2.325/T38aCity of Killeen, sanitary sewerage system proposed improvements
000-89-0006 (92-043)/9 (00096906)36-72, National Association of Conservation Districts, EPA film service
38-72, New Braunfels Municipal Airport
39-72, City of Galveston, storm and sanitary sewers, EPA and HUD
41-72, Crystal City
42-72, Owens, Illinois, GSA laboratory equipment
43-72, Carrascolendas, bilingual education project
44-72, University of Texas at Austin, National Science Foundation, Dynamics of Railroad Structures
45-72, Kilgore College, Rangerette trip to Paris
46-72, City of Taylor, Texas, Postal Service complaint
47-72, Sealy Medical Center, Inc., Sealy, Texas
48-72, Project Vaya, Alfredo Garcia
49-72, City of Port Arthur, LEAA, City Manager George Dibrell
50-72, Lamar University, HEW, Upward Bound Program
51-72, Pan American University, Proyecto Esperanza
52-72, Sulphur Springs, New National Guard Armory
53-72, Midland ISD, HEW
54-72, Public Service Careers, teachers aides
000-89-0006 (92-043)/10 (00096870)55-72, Texas Coast Broadcasters, Inc.
56-72, Williamson-Burnet County Opportunities, Inc., regarding Vista Program
57-72, Project Peech, Wichita Falls, Education Service Center, education for handicapped children, HEW
58-72, Marion County Federal Credit Union
59-72, Donna, Texas American Legion Post No. 107
60-72, Texas State Board of Public Accountancy
61-72, Air Pollution Control Moratorium, Texas Municipal League, #12
62-72, Tarrant County Drug Treatment Center
63-72, Stephen F. Austin State University, United States Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife Research Program
64-72, Crystal City, Texas HUD, De Luna & Company
65-72, Bee County College, HEW Special Services and Upward Bound grant
66-72, Bee County College, strengthening International Dimensions of their Academic Curriculum
67-72, Kelly AFB, Texas, maintenance employees reduction in grade and RIF
68-72, Dallas County Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center
69-72, Continental Products of Texas
70-72, Urban Research Group, Vista Training Program
71-72, National Council on the Aging, Inc., Dallas, Texas, OEO
72-72, Community Council of Bee County
73-72, Coastal States Marketing Company, Mr. Oscar Wyatt
74-72, Youth Crime Prevention League, Inc. Rev. Louis Calvin Brown
75-72, Northeast Texas Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Area, Paris, Texas
76-72, Federal Water Resources Council
78-72, San Antonio Dental School, HEW
79-72, Kingsland Sewage Disposal System, Joe Kilgore
80-72, Big Bend Community Action Operation Mainstream and Out of School New York City
93-188/235 (01843242)Veterans Administration Houston, restore hospital to full operating capacity, Orange, Texas VFW
000-89-0006 (92-043)/10 (00096870)82-72, Texas Society for the Prevention of Blindness, Postal Service
83-72, Fort Worth, transfer of Army supply depot to Fort Worth
84-72, Laredo International Bridge
85-72, DOD Overseas Dependent Schools
86-72, Karnes Hospital Association, Karnes City, Texas
87-72, National Electrical Contractors Association
88-72, J.W. Green Contractors
89-72, Dallas Community Action Agency
90-72, Coastal Bend Youth City
91-72, Bohne Hopital
93-72, South Rusk water supply
94-72, El Paso Community College, ERIC Clearinghouse for Junior Colleges
95-72, Estacado High School
96-72, Teenie Weenie, Inc.
97-72, EEOC, Houston Office
98-72, Galveston and Port Arthur, United States Customs District
99-72, City of Uvalde, low income housing
100-72, fishing rights off Gulf of Mexico
101-72, City of Corpus Christi, code enforcement, HUD
102-72, City of San Antonio, HEW demonstration grant
103-72, City of Fort Worth, Mayor's Council on Youth Opportunity
104-72, Gifted Students Foundation, Mr. Gore Kemp, Kilgore, Texas
105-72, Town of Winona, sewerage plant and water improvement system
106-72, City of Killeen Municipal Airport
107-72, City of Austin, Model Cities Commission code enforcement program, HUD
108-72, University of Texas at Arlington
109-72, Dimmitt Independent Schools
110-72, West End Health Center Community Council, Houston, Texas
112-72, City of San Antonio, Summer Nutrition Program, DOAg
113-72, Port Isabel, Border Patrol Academy
115-72, Grayson County College
116-72, Bee County Community Council
117-72, City of Edinburg Model Cities
118-72, University of Texas Medical School
119-72, Houston Lighting and Power
121-72, Sam Houston State University
122-72, Medina Public Schools
123-72, Lubbock Radar Station
124-72, Valley Grande Manor Nursing and Convalescent Home
329-90-181/52 (01956373)125-72, Clear Lake City incorporation
126-72, City of La Grange, HUD interim assistance
127-72, Newton, Texas Sheriff's Department
128-72, Dallas Regional Youth Leadership Training Institute
129-72, Tarrant County Junior College district
130-72, County of Collingsworth, Lovegrass-Shinnery Control Project
131-72, Cloud seeding
132-72, Tobacco budworms
133-72, Texas A&M University, EPA radiation programs
134-72, East Texas Chest Hospital
135-72, Rio Grande City Consolidated ISD
136-72, Texarkana Airport Authority
137-72, Middle Rio Grande Development Council
138-72, City of Farmers Branch
139-72, City of Portland, Texas, drainage improvements, HUD
140-72, Waco, Economic Opportunities Advancement Corp.
141-72, VA Hospital, Waco, Texas, dietetic service employees
142-72, Northwest Expressway, San Antonio
143-72, City of Brownsville, public housing
144-72, Eliza Johnson Center, Houston
145-72, Sam Houston State University, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
146-72, San Antonio housing petition
147-72, STAY, Inc.
148-72, Old Ursuline Academy, San Antonio
149-72, McAllen, VA outpatient Clinic
150-72, Father Rahm Service Center, Inc., Family health service, El Paso
151-72, City of Huxley, FHA-water system
152-72, City of Cooper, HUD public housing
153-72, Nacogdoches County Industrial Trust
154-72, Dallas County Community College district
155-72, New Braunfels flood
157-72, Banquete townsite wastewater project
158-72, City of Lakeview Post Office
159-72, South Pacific transportation
160-72, Padre Island National Seashore
161-72, Abernathy public schools
162-72, City of Cleveland, sewage treatment facility
163-72, City of Denison, DOD dispute
164-72, Texas Tech University Medical School
165-72, Town of Neylandville, County of Hunt
166-72, Terrell State Hospital
167-72, Nueces County Community Action Agency
168-72, Toledo Bend State Park
169-72, Operation SER and Houston talent search
170-72, Corpus Christi Catholic Diocese, HUD
171-72, Navarro County Action Committee, Inc.
172-72, Cameron County Health Department
173-72, Knapp Memorial Methodist Hospital, Weslaco, Texas
174-72, Corpus Christi Convention Center dollars
175-72, Four Winds Resource Conservation and Development Project
176-72, West Texas Telephone Company
177-72, Foukes water supply system, Tyler
178-72, Pedernales Electric Cooperative
179-72, Project Bravo, El Paso
180-72, City of Cameron, Milam County, storm drainage facilities
181-72, San Antonio, U.S. Postal Service veterans preference
182-72, Tyler, Texas, air taxi operators
329-90-181/50 (01809572)183-72, City of Eagle Pass, Interim Assistance Program
184-72, Falls County Advisory Committee, Marlin, Texas
185-72, San Antonio, Drug Abuse Central
186-72, Kermit and Monahans cable television
187-72, Central Texas Council of Governments, fire fighting equipment
188-72, Preston Community Church, Pottsboro, Texas
189-72, San Antonio ISD, Sidney Lanier High School
190-72, City of Conroe
192-72, UTSA, Clinical School of Nursing
193-72, Big Spring, Texas, opposition to subsidized housing
194-72, Marlin public schools
195-72, Burke Road Church of Christ, Pasadena, Texas, HUD 236 housing
196-72, FM 149, Houston-Tomball
197-72, Central Texas Council of Governments, Focus on Aging Project, Belton, Texas
198-72, University of Houston, College of Optometry
199-72, Kenwood Community Council, Inc.
200-72, El Paso Immigration Service
201-72, Harris County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center
202-72, City of Seagoville, Texas, Federal Correctional Institute excess property
203-72, Montgomery County Fresh Water Supply District No. 2
204-72, Dallas Petroleum Retailers Association
205-72, Rio Grande Valley, National Weather Service
206-72, KAWA radio station, Waco/Marlin
207-72, Brazos Valley Community Action Program, Bryan, Texas
208-72, City of Southlake, sewer facilities
209-72, N.E.T. Opportunities, Inc.
210-72, Southwest Program Development Corporation, "Project Echo" and "Medi-Mano"
211-72, UTA, College Housing, Inc.
212-72, Cleveland, Texas, electricity problem
213-72, City of Beeville
214-72, Town of Anthony, street paving
215-72, Axtell public schools
216-72, TWU, Reserve Officer Training Corps
217-72, Corpus Christi Economic Development Corporation
218-72, El Paso lead poisoning
219-72, Emergency School Assistance Program
221-72, Austin ISD
222-72, Galveston housing problems
223-72, Waco low income housing
224-72, Corpus Christi "Shamrock Park"
225-72, Mary & Mac Private School, Lubbock, Texas
226-72, Texarkana Manpower and Development, Inc.
227-72, Trinity low cost housing
228-72, Texas Economic Development Corporation
229-72, Amarillo smelting plant
230-72, Denton public housing
231-72, Deep East Texas Development Council
232-72, Caney community water system
233-72, City of Dallas, code enforcement
234-72, Baylor University
235-72, ACTION-Southwest Regional Office discrimination against blacks
236-72, Snyder, Texas flood disaster relief
237-72, Farmers Branch vs. North Central Texas Council of Governments
238-72, Texas Panhandle
239-72, City of El Paso, work study for community service-learning program
240-72, Mexican brick importation
241-72, Contract Beef Corporation
242-72, Texas hospitals, Federal funding inequities
243-72, El Paso Radiation Center Foundation
244-72, Plainview Industrial Park and Panhandle Regional Planning Commission
245-72, City of Lacy-Lakeview
246-72, The Ex-Students Association of the University of Texas, non-profit status
247-72, Brazos River Authority water quality grant
248-72, City of Port Lavaca drainage project
249-72, East Texas radar and weather service
250-72, Cypress 4-H Club of Harris County
251-72, Jefferson County Economic Opportunity Commission
252-72, City of Sulphur Springs
253-72, Cattle fever tick disease, Alice, Texas
254-72, Waco-McLennan County Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center
255-72, "Save the Fogg," artifical reefs
256-72, National Economic Development Association, El Paso Office
257-72, City of San Antonio Direct Housing Assistance Program
258-72, Matagorda County Rice Farmers Cooperative, Southern Pacific Depot, Bay City, Texas
259-72, City of Castroville, Regional Recreational Park
329-90-181/49 (01842534)260-72, Georgetown Housing Authority
261-72, City of Texarkana, Model Cities
262-72, Texas Podiatry Association
263-72, Texas Seed Producers Association
264-72, Poultry and eggs, Newcastle, Mexican embargo
265-72, Val Verde County Community Action Agency
266-72, El Paso, new federal building
267-72 (Dummy), Interstate 10, Seguin, Texas
269-72, Posterity Foundation of Texas
270-72, Helicopter emergency rescue service
271-72, Devine, Texas ISD
272-72, Amtrak
273-72, UT School of Public Health-Houston
274-72, San Augustine Memorial Hospital
275-72, Town of Waelder, Public Health Service doctor
276-72, Braswell Motor Freight Lines, Dallas
277-72, Turkey, Texas low income housing
278-72, Sherman Council for Drug Education, Inc.
279-72, Texas Vocational and Technical Association, bulk mailing permit
280-72, Regional Rural Housing Authority, Capitol Area Planning Region
281-72, Angleton High School Band, Angleton, Texas, Amtrak
282-72, City of Center sewer system
283-72, Windham School District
329-90-181/51 (01808988)284-72, Texas Commission for Indian Affairs
285-72, City of La Feria, water shortage
286-72, Littlefield Chamber of Commerce, library and museum
287-72, South Plains Association of Governments, Llano Estacado Farm Makers
288-72, Bolivar Peninsula Bridge and Intracoastal Canal Bridge on Highway 124
289-72, West Cross Timbers Council for Health Resources Development
290-72, UTA, water pollution control
291-72, Sabine River fish kill
292-72, Guadalupe Blanco River Authority and Texas Water Quality Board
293-72, Wallis ISD
294-72, Southwest ISD, San Antonio
295-72, counties vs. OEO Programs (empty folder)
296-72, City of Lockhart
297-72, Revenue sharing
298-72, City of Pottsboro, wastewater treatment facilities
299-72, MACEP
300-72, State of Texas, proposal for rural regional human resource coordination
301-72, City of Gatesville, sewage system
302-72, Tyler Junior College
303-72, City of McAllen, community facilities
304-72, Town of Blue Ridge, water needs
305-72, Eagle Pass Neighborhood Development Program
306-72, Chicano Training Center, San Antonio
307-72, Contractors Industrial Education Assistance, Inc.
308-72, Hillsboro Social and Recreational Facilities
309-72, Old Brock Road and IH 20
310-72, Edgewood ISD
311-72, Douglas Memorial Hospital
312-72, Mechanical contractors and sheet metal workers
313-72, East Texas Area Council of Governments, automobile hulks
314-72, City of Aransas Pass, Neighborhood Development Program
315-72, Carpool system
316-72, Applied Management Research
317-72, Brownsville International Airport
319-72, Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
320-72, Raza Unida Party
321-72, City of Nacogdoches, sewage treatment
322-72, Dinosaur Valley State Park, Glen Rose, Texas
323-72, City of Bastrop, water and drainage
324-72, City of San Antonio, Brigadoon Apartments
325-72, Great Plains Conservation Program
326-72, City of Paris, wastewater treatment
327-72, City of Humble, Texas, sewers
328-72, Austin College, biofeedback
330-72, San Antonio Federal Building
331-72, Brownwood, National Guard Building
332-72, The Houston Ballet, Apprentice Dancer Program
334-72, City of Austin, open space application
335-72, Texas State Technical Institute
336-72, Galveston College and Ranger Junior College
337-72, Brooks and Lackland Air Force bases, Human Resources Laboratory
338-72, Bicentennial
329-90-181/53 (01809620)338-72, Bicentennial
339-72, Texas A&M University,
340-72, City of Beaumont, sewer improvements
341-72, City of Brenham, dangerous railroad-highway crossings
342-72, Pan American University, metric education
343-72A, Texas Children's Hospital, Houston
344-72, Dickinson ISD
346-72, Texarkana viaduct
347-72, Galveston College Consortium
348-72, City of Naples, water and sewer facilities
329-90-181/46 (01810957)No Answer Required (NAR) Projects, 1973
2-73, Chicken industry
3-73, Travel Group Charters
4-73, City of McAllen, HUD water and sewer grant
5-73, City of Port Lavaca
7-73, City of La Villa
8-73, City of Colmesneil
9-73, City of El Paso, air service
10-73, Central Plains Comprehensive Community Mental Health/Mental Retardation
11-73, Amistad Dam, hydroelectric plant
13-73, Houston Weather Service
14-73, Longview Chamber of Commerce (Jobs '70 Program)
15-73, Southwest Texas State University
16-73, Deep East Texas Council of Governments (Bicentennial)
17-73, Austin College
19-73, Rio Grande Electric Co-op
20-73, Dallas-Fort Worth Urban Mass Transportation
21-73, Nacogdoches Community Foundation
22-73, City of Austin, Williamson Creek and Onion Creek sewer lines
23-73, Pasadena ISD
24-73, Southwest Texas State University
25-73, Housing and Urban Development Freeze
26-73, EDA
27-73, Beaumont School District
28-73, Upton County disaster control
29-73, Narrrow Row Corp., Hidalgo County
30-73, Eagle Pass Concentrated Employment Program
31-73, Confederate Air Force
32-73, Jefferson County Airport
34-73, City of Clarksville
35-73, Parallel School, San Antonio
36-73, Parenthood Education, HEW
329-90-181/47 (02175060)37-73, A.S.C.S.-Closings
38-73, Texas Hospitals, communications systems
39-73, Wheat acreage deadline
40-73, Sawmill Town, U.S.A.
41-73, Hill County Community Action
43-73, High Plains Research Foundation
44-73, El Paso Community College
45-73, Community of Plum Ridge
46-73, Tom Green Community Action Council
48-73, Victoria County Airport
49-73, Garland Memorial Hospital
50-73, Fort Worth Skill Center
51-73, City of Weslaco
52-73, Robstown ISD
53-73, Millersview-Doole water supply
54-73, Office of Saline Water Test Facility
55-73, Midland Community Action Agency, Inc.
56-73, Torbett-Hutchings-Smith Memorial Hospital in Marlin, Texas
57-73, volunteer border relief, Harlingen, Texas
59-73, Lake Texarkana Water Supply Corp.
60-73, North Concho Lake
61-73, City of Nome
62-73, City of Alvin-City Park
63-73, City of Palestine, ambulance rates
67-73, Dallas Manpower Skill Center
68-73, Mineral Wells ISD
69-73, American Nursing & Convalescent Centers, Inc.
70-73, City of Hughes Springs
71-73, Paint Creek Water Supply System
72-73, City of Mart, Farm Road 342
73-73, UTH, cancer research
74-73, MAST Program, Corpus Christi
329-90-181/45 (01810979)75-73, Missouri Beef Packers
76-73, Texas Department of Public Welfare
77-73, Edinburg, Texas/Orion Tex-R 66 urban renewal
78-73, Houston Urban Bunch
81-73, Austin Chamber of Commerce
83-73, Lamar University/FCC
84-73, Austin Child Guidance Center
85-73, Freestone County Hospital
86-73, City of LaGrange
87-73, City of Dallas Housing Authority
88-73, Sunrise Beach, EPA
89-73, Lake Lavon
90-73, Baylor University/Paul Quinn College, oral history curriculum
91-73, Hidalgo County Health Care Corporation
92-73, Teague Housing Administration
93-73, Kerrville
94-73, City of Crystal City
95-73, Hill County ACTION (empty folder)
96-73, Austin ISD Bilingual Program
98-73, City of Dallas Crossroads Community Center
100-73, City of Diboll, EPA
101-73, Southwest Program Development Corporation
102-73, UTEP, oral history
103-73, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department surplus property
104-73, Project Bravo, El Paso, OEO
106-73, City of Merkel, Housing Authority
107-73, Gregg County Airport
108-73, City of Hubbard, disaster area
109-73, City of Burnet, disaster
110-73, Brackenridge Hospital, Austin
111-73, Theater Under the Stars, National Endowment for the Arts
112-73, Perrin AFB
113-73, Whites Mines
114-73, disaster forgiveness clause
116-73, free clinic, Houston
117-73, Sandy Creek Conservation Dams
118-73, disaster hospitals, surplus materials
119-73, Dickinson Housing Association
120-73, City of Huntsville, I45
121-73, Austin, Travis County MH/MR
122-73, Eagle Pass housing development
123-73, Texoma Regional Planning Commission, EDA redevelopment loan
124-73, Summerville Reservoir
125-73, (Hold Harmless) City-Lancaster
126-73, Presidio International Bridge
127-73, City of McAllen, Balboa Acres HUD grant
128-73, The Saint Joseph Hospital, El Paso
129-73, Middle Rio Grande Development Council, PDH's
131-73, Township of Flower Mound
132-73, Texarkana MH/MR
133-73, College of the Mainland
134-73, Panhandle Plains Historical Museum
135-73, jobs program, 42-county metro area
137-73, City of Jacksonville, disease control
138-73, West Dallas Neighborhood Center
139-73, Mitchell Development Corporation road development
140-73, Texas Council on Marine Related Affairs
141-73, City of Naples, exit sign
142-73, City of Childress, heavy equipment
143-73, San Angelo Federal Court
144-73, Graham Industrial Association, Rock Island Railroad
146-73, Manpower Planning and Manpower Projects, programs, Central Texas COG
148-73, Bexar County Water Control and Improvement District #19
149-73, Bexar County Public Instruction, NIE Grant
329-90-181/43 (01809641)150-73, Ericksdahl water system
151-73, Texas rehabilitation, Zavala County
152-73, North Alamo Water Supply Company
153-73, South/West Planning Associates, HUD
154-73, City of Kingsville, community development
155-73, Universal Mobile Services
156-73, Social workers, NIMH grant
157-73, Mexican American Unity Council Talent Search
158-73, Regional airport site-San Antonio

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