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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

State Senator

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University of Texas San Antonio

A Guide to the Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers, 1956-2002 (bulk 1993-2001)

Series 2. State Senator



Descriptive Summary

Creator:Krier, Cyndi Taylor
Title:Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers
Dates:1956-2002
Bulk Dates(bulk 1993-2001)
Creator Abstract:Cyndi Taylor Krier represented Bexar County in the Texas Senate for two terms from 1984 through 1992. In 1992, Krier was the first woman and first Republican elected as Bexar County Judge.
Content Abstract:The Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers consist of correspondence, awards, subject files, working files, campaign materials, fundraising materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, telephone and mail logs, speeches, daily schedules and scrapbooks.
Identification:MS 93
Extent:176.4 linear feet (177 boxes)
Language:Materials are in English.
Repository:Archives and Special Collections, Library, The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Biographical Note

The Honorable Cyndi Taylor Krier was born on July 12, 1950 in Beeville, Texas to Robert Stevens Taylor and Mary McGuffin Taylor. Her parents divorced when she was eight years old, and she and her mother moved to Dinero, Texas, where they remained until her grandmother’s death. Krier was an honor student in high school and played basketball, learning teamwork skills that served her in her political career.

In college at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, Krier worked on the Richard Nixon campaign. She transferred to The University of Texas at Austin to major in journalism, and continued her campaign work for Republican candidates. While in Austin, she met her future husband Joseph Krier. After graduating in 1971, Cyndi Krier went to work for the Republican Party of Texas and edited a statewide newsletter, before returning to law school.

During the height of the Watergate scandal in the summer of 1974, Krier served as an intern in the White House. She returned to Texas and graduated in 1975. After graduation she worked for Senator John Tower, and on Gerald Ford’s 1976 election campaign. In April of 1979 she began working for the law firm of Lang, Lado, Green, Coghlan & Fischer, specializing in civil cases. Her commitment to Republican politics remained strong, and she actively recruited women into the political process. She continued her involvement in Republican Party politics, serving as vice-chair of the Bexar County party from 1979 to 1981. She also served on a bipartisan commission to propose legislative reforms for the Texas Election Code and on a Governor’s task force for Women and Minorities.

In 1984 Cyndi Krier filed to run for the Texas 26th Senatorial District. To women in San Antonio, she was the woman candidate who would beat incumbent Senator Bob Vale and bring a woman’s voice to the Texas Senate. Her campaign appealed to women from both the Republican and Democratic parties, and her theme was “A Senator We Can Be Proud Of.” She won the election on November 6, 1984. This was noteworthy because she was the first woman and the first Republican to represent San Antonio in the Texas Senate, and she was the sole woman senator during her initial session. During this session, Krier worked hard for revision of state laws dealing with child abuse and family violence.

In 1988 Krier was elected again and continued her concentration on family violence. In 1992 Republicans encouraged her to run for a judgeship in Bexar County, and as a firm believer in term limits and seeing her diminishing effectiveness in the senate due to elections of a more conservative group of senators, Krier ran and won the position of county judge. She again made history by becoming both the first woman judge in Bexar County history and the first Republican judge in their modern history. The building of a new county jail, child abuse, family violence, and child support remained priority issues for her during her service as judge.

In the summer of 2001 Cyndi Taylor Krier retired as county judge, and on August 28, 2001, she became the vice president for Texas governmental relations for the insurance company USAA. As Vice-President, she is responsible for leading USAA's involvement in legislative and public policy issues in Texas at the State and local levels. Also in 2001, Cyndi Taylor Krier was appointed to a six-year term on The University of Texas System Board of Regents by Governor Rick Perry. Krier served as Vice-Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Academic Affairs Committee; a member of the Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee; the Finance and Planning Committee; and the Health Affairs Committee and as a Regental representative to the Board for Lease of University Lands which oversees the terms of lease of University lands for oil and gas exploration and development. She served as Co-Chairman of the Task Force on Planning and also led the Accountability, Collaboration, and Deregulation Task Force.

Excerpted from: Cyndi Taylor Krier From Statehouse to Courthouse, Ann Fears Crawford and Crystal Sasse Ragsdale. State House Press, Austin, Texas, 1998, pp. 295-307.

Chronology of events in Cyndi Taylor Krier's life

12 July 1950Born in Beeville, TX
1971graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a major in journalism
1972-73assistant to Beryl Milburn, vice-chair of Republican Party
1974White House intern during Watergate; worked for Anne Armstrong
1975graduated from University of Texas School of Law
1976worked for President Ford's campaign
1978worked for Senator John Tower's election campaign in Houston
1979begin working at Lang, Lado, Green and Coghlan law firm
1981Governor's Task Force for Women and Minorities; Candidate Recruitment Committee for Bexar County Republican Party
1984elected Senator from the Texas 26th Senatorial District
1988re-elected to Texas State Senate
1992ran for district judgeship in Bexar County
8 December 1992took oath of office as county judge
1993trip to Russia to observe elections
2001retired as Bexar County Judge; began working at USAA; became regent for University of Texas System
2007term as University of Texas regent ended

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Scope and Content Note

The Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers, 1956-2002, document the early life and career of a Texan woman in politics. The collection consists of correspondence, awards, subject files, working files, campaign materials, fundraising materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, telephone and mail logs, speeches, daily schedules and scrapbooks reflecting her professional life as a lawyer, Texas State Senator and Bexar County Judge. The materials are arranged in four series: Personal, State Senator, County Judge and Addition of October 2005.

Materials in the Personal series include a brief glimpse into Cyndi Taylor Krier’s family life, her career in politics and the law, and her personal and political interests. The State Senator series (1984-1992) includes materials about Krier’s campaign and fundraising activities and documents that reflect her work as a Senator. The County Judge series (1993-2001) includes materials that reflect Krier’s day-to-day work and those related to her campaign efforts in the race for Bexar County Judge. The Addition of October 2005 consists of Board of Regents records from 2001-2002 on which Cyndi Taylor Krier was a member and newsletters pulled from UTSA Archive's vertical files that were added to the accession spanning the years 1993-1999.

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Arrangement

Due to size, this inventory has been divided into 4 separate units which can be accessed by clicking on the following links:
Series 1. Personal
Series 2. State Senator [this page]
Series 3. County Judge
Oversize Materials
Series 4. Addition of October 2005 (Addition 2005-081)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research except when otherwise noted.

Usage Restrictions

Please contact Archives and Special Collections, Library, University of Texas at San Antonio for information about permission to publish material from the collection.

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

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Index Terms

Persons
Krier, Cyndi Taylor, 1950-
Organizations
Camp WannameetaGOP
Matthews and Branscomb
Philosophical Society of Texas
Republication Party (Tex.)
Texas. Legislature. Senate.
University of Texas. Board of Regents.
University of Texas at Austin
Subjects
Campaign funds--United States.
Conservatism--Texas.
County government--Texas--Bexar County.
Judges--Elections--Texas.
Legislators--United States--Biography.
Political campaigns--Texas.
Political candidates--Texas.
Politicians--United States--Texas.
Women--political activity--Texas--Bexar County.
Women in politics--Texas.
Women judges--Texas--Bexar County.
Women lawyers--Texas--Bexar County.
Women legislators--United States.
Women political candidates--United States.
Women politicians--Texas.
Locations
Bexar County (Tex.)
San Antonio (Tex.)
Texas--politics and government--1951-
Genres/Formats
Announcements.
Awards.
Budgets.
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Invitations.
Logs (records).
Mailing lists.
Minutes.
Pamphlets.
Photographs.
Political posters.
Press releases.
Promotional materials.
Schedules (time plans).
Scrapbooks.
Speeches.

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Related Material

Texas Women's Alliance Records, MS 11, Archives and Special Collections, University of Texas at San Antonio -   http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00084/utsa-00084.html

The Cynthia T. Krier commercials collection is located at the Political Commercial Archive, Department of Communication, University of Oklahoma -   http://www.ou.edu/pccenter/aboutthearchive.htm

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers, 1956-2002, MS 93, Archives and Special Collections, Library, University of Texas at San Antonio.

Acquisition Information

Collections materials were donated by Cyndi Taylor Krier in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, and 2005 (Accessions: 1999-037, 2000-003, 2001-12, 2001-015, 2001-020, 2001-023, 2003-078, 2003-079, 2005-081).

Processing Information

Processed by: Gerrianne Schaad, Megan Robida and Staff, September 2005.

Encoded by: Mat Martin, Collections Assistant, April 2007 and Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Archivist, October 2007

Addition encoded by: Tatina Wulzer, Collections Assistant, May 2009.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

State Senator

The State Senator series (1984-1992) includes materials about Krier’s campaign and fundraising activities and documents that reflect her work as a Senator. There are announcements, press releases, mailing lists, news clippings, promotional campaign literature, and information about her opponents.
Campaign 1984
BoxFolder
111Announcements, undated
2Background information, undated
3Budget, undated
4Bulk mailing regulations, undated
5Campaign Flyer Mock-Up Materials, undated
Drawer
47Oversize: Campaign Flyer Mock-Up Materials, undated
BoxFolder
116Campaign ideas, March 24, 1982 – July 21, 1984, undated
7Campaign staff, undated
8Doorbeller’s guide, undated
9Fundraiser – Invitations and letters, November. 14, 1983 – June 8, 1984, undated
10Maps, undated
11News clippings, 1983
BoxFolder
OM1Oversizse: News clippings, 1984
BoxFolder
1112Opponent, May 18, 1978 – June 17, 1984, undated
Drawer
47Oversize: Krier vs. Vale, Opponent information graphs, re: fundraising and absenteeism
BoxFolder
1113Poll results, July 11 – 27, 1984, undated
14Press release, February 6, 1984
15Primary voter letter, undated
16Race analysis, March 16, 1984, April 1984
17Resume, undated
18Sample ballot, 1984
19Speeches, March 23 – June 24, 1984
20Stationery, undated
21Statistics, 1980
22Talking points, undated
23TV scripts, undated
24Voter registration, undated
25Volunteer log, undated
Campaign 1986
BoxFolder
1126Election returns, 1986
27Opponent, 1986
Campaign 1988
BoxFolder
1128Accomplishments, September 1986 – September 28, 1987
29Advertising, August 4 – September 14, 1988, undated
30Budget, undated
31Campaign materials, September 1988, undated
32Contributions and expenditures, January 1 – December 12, 1988
33COPAC (Coalition of Patriotically Active Christians), January 14 – March 9, 1988, undated
34Endorsements, February 2 – November 12, 1988, undated
35Focus groups, August 16, 1992, undated
36Fundraiser Austin, March 23 – June 13, 1988
37Fundraisers, June and September, 1987
38Hispanic, January - October 23, 1988, undated
39Ideas, September 4 – October 1, 1987, undated
40Ideas, newsprint, November 7, 1982 – July 22, 1987, undated
41Letters, July 1, 1987 – November 15, 1988, undated
42Mailing lists, July 1987 – August 19, 1988, undated
43Mailing lists – Lobby, February 17 – March 11, 1988, undated
44Maps, undated
Newsclippings
451988 Elections Results
46-47Campaign Clippings File, 1988
48-49Krier and Nef Garcia (opponent), 1988
BoxFolder
121Elections 1988/Nef Garcia
2Newsletters, 1985 – November 1988
3Opponents, June 13, 1986 – October 23, 1987, undated
4Photos, undated
5Plans, August 27 – November 8, 1988, undated
6Polls, undated
7Press news clippings, January 1986 – November 12, 1988, undated
8Press releases, January 4 – November 9, 1988, undated
9Questionnaires, January 11 – November 15, 1988, undated
10Speeches, October 27 – November 8, 1988
11Statistics, September 21, 1987 – May 2, 1988
12Volunteers, undated
13Voter’s Guide, undated
14Voting results, November 8 and November 10, 1988
Financial
Financial materials related to the fundraising and campaign activities include contributions and expenditures lists from each year, which also list donor information. The financial records are itemized quarterly and there is some overlap in campaign and work reporting since information about both activities is sometimes included in the same report. The financial materials also include budgets and opponent’s contributions and expenditures lists.
BoxFolder
1215-20List of contributors, undated
21Allied American Money Market, 1985-1988
Contributions
221984
231988
241989
251990
261991
27-28Contributions and expenditures, 1984-1985
BoxFolder
131-8Contributions and expenditures, 1986-1992
9Financial correspondence, 1984-1986
10-12Expenditures and payments, 1987-1989
13Ethics and financial guide, undated
14Final report of contributions and expenditures, 1993
15First Interstate Bank, money Market, 1988
16Forms, undated
17General Revenue Fund checks, 1989
18Gifts declared, 1990-1992
19Office Expense Ranking, 1990-1992
20Senate Office Budget, 1988-1992
21Financial statements, 1984-1992
22Texas codes for public office contributions and expenditures, undated
Fundraising
Fundraising materials include invitations, budget lists, invitation lists, and press clippings. These items include her fundraising activities in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, where her annual fundraiser coincided with the Texas Folklife Festival each year.
BoxFolder
1323Fundraisers, Austin, 1987
24Fundraiser, Dallas, 1988
25Fundraisers, Houston, 1988
26Fundraiser invitations, undated
27Fundraiser lists, 1986
28-35Fundraiser, Folklife, 1984-1991
36Fundraiser, Folklife – Photos, undated
Legislation
BoxFolder
14169th Session Legislation, 1987
270th Session Legislation, 1988
371st Session Legislation, 1989
472nd Session Legislation, 1990
Office Administrative Files
BoxFolder
145Accomplishments, 1984-1989
6Associations, 1989
Communications
7Phone logs, 1988-1989
8-9Phone logs, February 27 – December 20, 1990
10-14Phone logs, January 2 – December, 1991
15-20Phone logs, January – December, 1992
21TV schedule, undated
Correspondence
22General, 1986-1994
23Letter of resignation to Gov. Clements, undated
24Stationery, undated
Daily Agendas and Schedules
25Agenda: American Council on Germany, September 1985
26Agenda: SW Energy council conference, Santa Fe, January 1986
27-28Daily schedules, April 24 – June 30, 1988
BoxFolder
151-2Daily schedules, July 1– October 31, 1988
3-7Daily schedules, November 1, 1988 – November 30, 1989
8-12Daily schedules, December 1, 1989 – December 31, 1990
13-14Daily schedules, January - February 1991
BoxFolder
161-2Daily schedules, March – April, 1991
3-5Daily schedules and time sheets, May – June, 1991
6-13Daily schedules, July – December, 1991
14-16Daily schedules, January – February, 1992
BoxFolder
171-8Daily schedules, March – July, 1992
9Krier Schedule, August 1992
10Weekly, September 1992
11-20September 1-30, 1992
21Daily Schedules, September 1992
22October 1-2, 1992
BoxFolder
181-5October 3-16, 1992
6Dr. Jose A. Cardenas Back-Up, October 15, 1992
7-12October 17-31, 1992
13Krier Schedule, October 1992
14Weekly, November. 1992
15-21November 1-30, 1992
22Krier Schedule, November 1992
23Weekly schedules, December 1992
24-29December 1-31, 1992
BoxFolder
191Krier Schedule, December 1992
Manuals and Procedures
2Casework Manual II, undated
3Office Operations Manual, undated
Newspaper Clippings
4News clippings, 1980-1984
5-7News clippings, 1985-1986
8-9Senate – News clippings, 1986-1987
10-11 News clippings, 1987-1988
12Senate – News clippings, 1988
13-16News clippings, 1989-1992
17Senate – News clippings, undated
Photographs
18Portraits – Color, undated
19 Portraits – Black & White
BoxFolder
201Portraits – Proofs, 1991, undated
269th Legislature – Senate Floor - Black & White
3 69th Legislature – Proofs
4 70th Legislature – Senate Floor – Black & White
5 71st Legislature - Senate Floor – Black & White
6 71st Legislature - Black & White - Staff
7 71st Legislature – 1989 - Proofs
8 72nd Legislature – Senate Floor – Black & White
9 72nd Legislature – 1992 - Proofs
10 Unknown legislative session – Senate Floor – Black & White
11 Krier with prominent political figures
12 Assorted color photographs
Box
OM1Oversize: Assorted color photographs
BoxFolder
2013 Assorted black and white photographs
Box
OM1Oversize: Assorted black and white photographs
BoxFolder
2014 “On site” photographs (negatives), undated
Writings
Speeches & Speech Schedules
15Bexar County tax, undated
16Speech schedules, January 16, 1987 – January, 1989
17Krier speech schedule, 1985-1992
18Men’s Club, 1980
19Colonial Hills Methodist Church, September 21, 1980
20Address to Federally Employed Women Training Program, July 21, 1982
21Bexar County Republican Women’s Club, March 23, 1984
22Oakes Club, April 11, 1984
23Lincoln Day dinner, Hidalgo County, February 9, 1985
24Kappa Delta Phi lecture, Trinity University, March 29, 1985
25St Mary’s Student Gov. Assoc., April 10, 1985
26Baptist Children’s Home Student Award Banquet, May 4, 1985
27Rotary Club SA, June 5, 1985
28Women in the Law Section TX Bar, July 8, 1985
29Greater SA Chamber of Commerce: Crime legislation of 69th, June 12, 1985
30Alamo Kiwanis Club, San Antonio, June 13, 1985
31Wise Elephants (GOP), June 18, 1985
32Farm Bureau, San Angelo, June 19, 1985
33Central Park Lions Club, June 25, 1985
34Guadalupe County Republican Women’s Club, June 25, 1985
35Southwest Regional Conference of Women’s Commissions, July 12, 1985
36New Braunfels RWC, July 15, 1985
3749th Annual mtg of Assoc. Employees, July 16, 1985
38University round table, July 17, 1985
39The American Business Women’s Assoc., “Women and Citizenship”, July 18, 1985
40San Antonio Kiwanis, July 19, 1985
41Texas Association of Business, July 25, 1985
42Folklife Festival fundraiser, August 1, 1985
43Oakes, August 14, 1985
44SA RWC, August 21, 1985
45Leadership TX, September 19, 1985
46Magic Circle RWC, September 23, 1985
47Women of St Mark’s, September 26, 1985
48Bexar County Republican Women’s Club, September 27, 1985
49San Antonio Manufacturers’ Assoc., October 1, 1985
50Kendall County RWC, October 8, 1985
51San Antonio Breakfast Club, October 10, 1985
52Business and Professional Women’s Club, October 15, 1985
53San Antonio Apartment Assoc., October 17, 1985
54Women’s Forum ’85, October 19, 1985
55Intro of Lt Gov. Bill Hobby to Chambers, October 29, 1985
56American Assoc. of University Women, November 2, 1985
57School nurses, November 9, 1985
58SA Assoc. of Petroleum Landmen, November 11, 1985
59Roosevelt School Quarter Weeks, November 15, 1985
60Texas Assoc. of Journalism Educators, November 17, 1985
61Women’s Mission Study Group, November 21, 1985
62“Family Violence & Law” seminar, November 22, 1985
63Junior League, December 5, 1985
64Tower Dinner, December 7, 1985
65GW B & PW, January 6, 1986
66Wednesday Luncheon Club, Beeville, TX, January 16, 1986
671986 Leadership Texas, Austin, TX, January 28, 1986
68St Gregory, The Great Catholic School, February 3, 1986
69SA Nurses’ Coalition, February 4, 1986
70TX Laundry & Dry Cleaning Assoc., February 21, 1986
71SA Young Lawyer’s Assoc., February 26, 1986
72San Antonio Military – Civilian Club, March 10, 1986
73Northside Retired Teacher’s Assoc., March 19, 1986
74CPA Auxiliary, March 19, 1986
75Newcomers’ Club (Act II), March 20, 1986
76West Side Lions’ Club, April 1, 1986
77PEO Chapter, April 10, 1986
78TX Wildlife Assoc., April 12, 1986
79TX in Transition, September 10, 1986
80Kick-off Foster Family month, May 7, 1986
81TX Physical Therapy Assoc., May 8, 1986
82Incarnate Word HS Commencement Address, May 19, 1985
83Dedication ceremony, Bexar County Juvenile Center, May 22, 1986
84TX auctioneers’ Assoc. Convention, June 12, 1986
85TX Business and Professional Women’s Clubs’ State Convention, June 14, 1986
86SA Manufacturers’ Assoc., July 1, 1986
87US Attorney’s Conference on Drugs, July 16, 1986
88Future of a Region Conference, August 15, 1986
89Legal Secretaries’ Assoc., “Day in Court Luncheon”, October 8, 1986
90SA State School, 8th Annual Awards Dinner, October 16, 1986
91Bexar County Women’s Bar Assoc., “On State Budget”, October 17, 1986
92TX Women’s University, Fall Academic Convocation, Sesquicentennial celebration, Women and Higher Education, October 23, 1986
93Kelly Management Assoc., “On Liability Insurance and Tort Law”, November 14, 1986
94Humana Women’s Hospital, General Staff mtg, December 2, 1986
95The Philosophical Society of TX, December 6, 1986
96Leadership Texas, January 22, 1987
97Women’s Network Dinner, February 4, 1987
98TX Assoc. of Business, Matthews & Branscomb Seminar, February 13, 1987
99TWPC Roast, Austin, February 16, 1987
100SA Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women’s Legislative Information Conference, February 21, 1987
BoxFolder
211Bexar County Republican Men’s Club, February 24, 1987
2National Federation of Republican Women, March 6, 1987
33rd annual Target ’90 Education Fair, March 19, 1987
4Texas Assoc. of Secondary School Principals, Distr. XX, April 1, 1987
5Greater San Antonio Builders’ Assoc., June 9, 1987
6TX Women’s Alliance, June 27, 1987
7TX Assoc. of Business, August 5, 1987
8Girl Scout Tea, August 7, 1987
9San Antonio Personnel Management Assoc., August 11, 1987
10AACOG Violence / Vandalism Task force Members, August 18, 1987
11Levi Strauss United Way kick-off, August 31, 1987
12Alamo Area Mediators’ Assoc., September 9, 1987
13Citizens Organized for Public Service, September 9, 1987
14Bexar County Medical auxiliary, September 11, 1987
15A commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States, September 14, 1987
16Carolyn Negley’s party on U.S. Constitution, September 14, 1987
17Republican Men’s Club of S.A., September 20, 1987
18Atascosa County Republican Women’s Club, September 22, 1987
19Texas Bar Assoc. symposium on cost control at the court house, September 30, 1987
20AACOG Interagency Child Abuse Network, October 1, 1987
21San Antonio Manufacturers’ Assoc., October 6, 1987
22Founder Lions’ Club, October 7, 1987
23North Alamo City Business and Professional Women, October 8, 1987
24Bexar Senior Advisory Committee, AACOG, October 9, 1987
25ABC Alliance for Project ABC, October 20, 1987
26Junior Service League Community Advising Board, October 22, 1987
27Matthews & Branscomb labor law seminar, October 23, 1987
28Taft H.S. National Honor Society Introduction, November 3, 1987
29Worden School of Social Services, November 4, 1987
30Select Committee on Tax Equity, November 19, 1987
31Roosevelt H.S. National Honor Society Introduction, December 1, 1987
32San Antonio Manufacturers’ Assoc., December 1, 1987
33Randolph Metro Chamber of Commerce, December 2, 1987
34YMCA Dinner video, December 8, 1987
35Bexar Co Women’s Center Assoc. on Women Issues, December 8, 1987
36Associated Employees, December 15, 1987
37Alamo Heights Rotary Club, January 3, 1988
38AACOG Interagency Child Abuse Network, January 7, 1988
39Leadership Texas 1988, January 21, 1988
40The Southwestern Bell Professional Women’s Assoc., January 26, 1988
41The San Antonio Business Volunteer Council, January 28, 1988
42ACCD Retirees’ Assoc., February 3, 1988
43Optimist Youth Awards Ceremony, February 10, 1988
44SA Express-News Carriers’ 88th Annual Banquet, February 12, 1988
45The American Assoc. of Motor Vehicle Administrators, February 15, 1988
46South Texas chapter of Financial Executives’ Institute, February 17, 1988
47The American Cancer Society, “Best Breast Cancer Breakfast”, February 18, 1988
48Annual TX VICA Leadership & Shkill Olympics, Distr. XI, February 19, 1988
49SA Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women, February 20, 1988
50Leadership Texas 1988 draft, February 26, 1988
51San Antonio Kiwanis Club, February 26, 1988
52TX Home Economists’ Assoc., February 26, 1988
53SA Kiwanis Club, February 26, 1988
54The American Cancer Society, 1988 Education and Fundraising kick-off, March 3, 1988
55Constable Reserve Assoc., Bexar County Precinct 2, March 7, 1988
56Texas Women’s Alliance, March 14, 1988
57McArthur H.S. PTA, March 15, 1988
58Lee H.S. National Honor Society Introduction, March 16, 1988
59San Antonio Retired Teachers’ Assoc., March 16, 1988
60McArthur H.S. National Honor Society Introduction, April 5, 1988
61State College Republican President, April 9, 1988
62Talk on drugs to Holmes’ “Street Law Class”, April 11, 1988
63SA Underwriters’ Assoc., April 13, 1988
64Women and Higher Education, April 14, 1988
65SA Assoc. for the Blind, April 15, 1988
66National Honor Society Introduction, Ed White Middle School, May 3, 1988
67TX Assoc. on Business, May 4, 1988
68Alamo Chapter of DAR, May 12, 1988
69National Conference of Christians and Jews Youth Leadership Conference, May 13, 1988
70TX Medical Assoc. / TX Orthopedic Assoc., May 14, 1988
71Senior Citizens’ Smile week Opening Ceremony Health Fair, May 14, 1988
72Woodlawn Optimist Club, May 17, 1988
73SMU School of Law, May 19, 1988
74SA Surgical Society, May 19, 1988
75Legislative Day at Sea World, May 21, 1988
76 Bexar county Fire fighters’ Assoc., May 24, 1988
77Community Cultural Arts Scholarship Presentation, May 26, 1988
78Edgewood District Stadium, May 30, 1988
79VIA Metro Transit Park and Ride, June 1, 1988
80National Cancer Survivor Day, June 5, 1988
81SA Insurance Marketing Assoc., June 13, 1988
82TX Dept of Commerce board, June 14, 1988
83Delta Gamma Kappa State Convention, June 18, 1988
84Woodlawn Community Assoc., June 19, 1988
85Joint Select Committee on the Judiciary, June 24, 1988
86Concho Trade School, Graduation Address, June 24, 1988
87Mexican American Physicians’ Assoc., July 6, 1988
88Associated Federal Contractors of TX, July 7, 1988
89San Antonio Orthopedists’ Assoc., July 11, 1988
90Communities in Schools, July 13, 1988
91Greater SA Chamber Legislative Committee, North SA Chapter, July 15, 1988
92Optimists’ Club of San Antonio, July 19, 1988
93TX Hotel and Motel Assoc., August 25, 1988
94TX Society of Professional Engineers, September 6, 1988
95SA Breakfast Club, September 8, 1988
96Discover Texas Assoc., September 11, 1988
97Southwest Airlines, September 14, 1988
98Leon Valley Rotary Club, September 15, 1988
99TX Assoc. of Business workers’ compensation, Lab, September 16, 1988
100Olmos Kiwanis Club, September 20, 1988
101SA Restaurant Assoc., September 22, 1988
102TX Employment Commission, Workers’ Compensation Seminar, September 28, 1988
103TX Junior College Teachers’ Assoc., October 1, 1988
104National Federation of Independent Business, October 5, 1988
105Citywide Convocation for Literacy Providers, October 8, 1988
106NAACP, October 8, 1988
107Homeowner Taxpayer Assoc., October 8, 1988
BoxFolder
221TX State Christmas Tree Growers’ Assoc., October 15, 1988
2Oak Hills Rotary Club, October 21, 1988
3Labor Law Seminar, Workers’ Corp., October 28, 1988
4Introduction statements on Gov. Purchasing Agents, October 30, 1988
5The American Cancer Society, November 29, 1988
6Christmas Tree of Life Celebration, December 1, 1988
7Clayburne Agency, December 6, 1988
8Backgound (for speeches?), December 9, 1988
9Marshall H.S. National Honor Society Introduction, December 12, 1988
10Alexander & Alexander Workers’ Compensation Forum, January 5, 1989
11TMTA, February 24, 1988
12(No title), March 3, 1988
13Bexar County Women’s Political Caucus, June 12, 1989
14TX Women’s Alliance, June 17, 1989
15Bluebonnet Girl’s State Inauguration, June 19, 1989
16San Antonio Week in Review, # 65, July 26, 1989
17TX Assoc. of Business, August 2, 1989
18San Antonio Business Forum, August 15, 1989
19Air Force Village II Breakfast Group, August 17, 1989
20San Antonio Kiwanis Club, September 19, 1989
21National Assoc. of Retired Federal Workers, October 3, 1989
22Foster Parent Assoc. Convention, October 6, 1989
23TX Assoc. of Builders, October 6, 1989
24SAC Government Class, October 10, 1989
25TX Assoc. of Business, Employment Relations Symposium, October 19, 1989
26Leadership Texas keynote address, November 2, 1989
27UT Law School, November 2, 1989
28Executive Women in TX Government, October 6, 1989
291990 Speeches – Krier: Typed in law firm
30State Bar Assoc., January 5, 1990
31SA Administrative Management Society, January 16, 1990
32TAB-LBJ School, 3rd Dimension Conference, January 22, 1990
33Alexander & Alexander of TX, Inc., January 23, 1990
34WOAI “Moneymatch”, January 27, 1990
35SA Manufacturers’ Assoc., February 6, 1990
36Greater SA Chamber of Commerce, February 8, 1990
37Arizona Tourist Industry’s Gov. Symposium on Tourism, February 19, 1990
38TX Assoc. of Compensation Consumers, February 27, 1990
39Introduction of George W. Bush, March 5, 1990
40Introduction of William Bennett, March 14, 1990
41TX Daily Newspaper Assoc. conference, March 26, 1990
42TX Women’s Hall of Fame, March 27, 1990
43Introduction of LaMarch Smith, March 31, 1990
44TX Independent Producers & Royalty Owners, June 4, 1990
45Greater SA Chamber of Commerce, June 9, 1990
46Bluebonnet Girl’s State, June 20, 1990
47S.A. A & M Club, June 30, 1990
48City Club Business Assoc., July 25, 1990
49American Soc. Of Safety Engineers, August 8, 1990
50SA Human Resource Management Assoc., August 14, 1990
51SA Transportation Club, August 15, 1990
52Women’s Council of Realtors, September 5, 1990
53CBM Education Center Graduation, September 10, 1990
54SA Area Pharmacists’ Breakfast Club, September 11, 1990
55SA Claims Assoc., September 11, 1990
56Matthews & Branscomb Labor Law Seminar, October 12, 1990
57Northside Assoc. of TX Professional Educators (ATPE), October 16, 1990
58TX Women’s Alliance, October 17, 1990
59TX A & M 5th System Symposium, October 18, 1990
60GOP Fall Meeting, October 19-20, 1990
61Keynote address, End-Use Efficiency Seminar, October 30, 1990
62TX Assoc. Concerned with School-Age Parenthood, November 8, 1990
63Leadership TX 1990, November 15, 1990
64TX Farm Bureau, November 26, 1990
65United Way workshop for clergy on Operation Desert Shield, December 4, 1990
66United Way of TX, December 7, 1990
67TX Assoc. of Comp Consumers, December 10, 1990
687th Annual Nevada Governor’s conference on Tourism, December 14, 1990
69Operation Desert Shield, 1990
70SA Board of Realtors and Greater SA Builders’ Assoc., January 4, 1991
71ART, February 13, 1991
72EXXON Wives’ Panel Discussion, May 8, 1991
73AACOG Senior Advisory Board Seminar, May 30, 1991
74Republican Leadership Council, June 1, 1991
75Bluebonnet Girl’s State, June 19, 1991
76SA Bar Assoc., June 20, 1991
77TAB (Luby’s) re: SS Budget, August 7, 1991
78The American Heart Assoc., August 14, 1991
79SA Society of Professional Engineers, September 3, 1991
80SA Manufacturers’ Assoc., September 3, 1991
81Commemorating the signing of the US Constitution, Rodriguez Elementary, September 17, 1991
82SA Young Lawyers’ Assoc., September 18, 1991
83Alamo Heights Rotary Club, October 15, 1991
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231Bexar County Women’s Bar Foundation, October, 18, 1991
2Matthews & Branscomb Labor Law Seminar, October 25, 1991
3CAWP Forum for Women State Legislators, November 14, 1991
4Tribute NISD Veterans, November 10, 1991
5Webelos Club Scouts, November 20, 1991
6University roundtable, December 11, 1991
7289th Distr. Juvenile Crt, January 1, 1992
8MHMR Facility Review Task force, January 15, 1992
9MLK Scholarships, January 17, 1992
10San Antonio Board of Realtors, [February, 1992]
11TX Retail Credit Executives Group, February 19, 1992
12United Suburban Cities, February 20, 1992
13TX Public Relations Society, February 22, 1992
14UTSA Speeches, February 24, 1992
15Incarnate Word Political Parties class, February 24, 1992
16TX Public Relations Assoc., February 26, 1992
17Beeville GOP, March 2, 1992
18Eisenhower Middle School National Junior Honor Society Induction, March 3, 1992
19Keystone School Government / History class, March 25, 1992
20Bexar County Republican Men’s Club, March 26, 1992
21Subcommittee on gangs, March 27, 1992
22Senatorial district committee, March 28, 1992
23Coker Methodist Church, March 31, 1992
24American Assoc. of University Women, April 4, 1992
25Assoc. of Professional Mortgage Women, April 8, 1992
26Symposium “Encouraging Excellence in the Gifted Female”, April 10, 1992
27SA Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, April 30, 1992
28Inn at Los Patios Men’s Meeting, May 6, 1992
29Olympic Festival Staff, May 6, 1992
30Northside Independent School districts, Board of trustees induction, May 11, 1992
31Westside Chamber of Commerce, May 12, 1992
32Republican Party of TX, May 13, 1992
333rd Annual Peace Officers’ Meeting, May 14, 1992
34Mario Hernandez introduction, May 18, 1992
35SA Breakfast Club, May 21, 1992
36Opening ceremonies on IH-10 project between Woodlawn and Culebra, May 26, 1992
37Bexar County Republican Women’s Club, May 29, 1992
38LBJ School, June, 1992
39United Neighborhood Organization, June 4, 1992
40Hispanic Voter League Candidate Forum, June 16, 1992
41“Salute to Freedom”, July 4, 1992
42St Philip’s College, TX Prep Program, July 6, 1992
43United Way Referral Agent Program, July 8, 1992
44Senate Speeches on Women who preceded Krier, July 28, 1992
45Diamond Shamrock Professional Organization of Women, July 28, 1992
46TX Agricultural Extension Service, July 30, 1992
47SA Chamber of Commerce reception for Republican National Convention delegates, August 11, 1992
48Boerne Chamber of Commerce, August 19, 1992
49Farmers’ Insurance Company, August 25, 1992
50Bexar County Republican Women, August 28, 1992
51PSA – KENS TV, September 1, 1992
52SA Garden Club, September 2, 1992
53Bexar County Kiwanis Club, September 8, 1992
54Press Conference / Travel Lodge on River, September 17, 1992
55Vista Republican Women, September 21, 1992
56Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church, September 24, 1992
57Palo Alto speech, September 24, 1992
58Black Professional Leadership Network, September 30, 1992
59Lone Star Showcase and Salute to Community Service, October 1, 1992
60St Paul Square Owners’ Assoc., October 8, 1992
61Alamo City Chamber, October 9, 1992
62Black Ministers’ Union, October 13, 1992
63Juvenile Justice Issues Statement, October 15, 1992
64Redland Elementary, October 15, 1992
65Final graduation ceremony for Maximus Jobs clients, October 16, 1992
66Delta Gamma Kappa Sorority, October 19, 1992
67Nat. Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week Symposium, October 23, 1992
68High Risk Infant Program Community Advisor Board, October 24, 1992
69Leadership SA, December 16, 1992
70Boerne / Top 10, 1992
71List of 5 draft, 1992
72Press conference – Noon Boerne Chamber, 1992
Senate Materials
The Senate materials also include documentation of Krier’s daily activities as a senator. These include telephone, travel, and mail logs; correspondence; an extensive series of photographs of Krier on the senate floor and participating in other activities and events; daily schedules (including some invitations and other related documents); speeches; and manuals used by her office staff. Here also can be found files with materials related to each senate session in which she participated (69th – 72nd) and to the appointments and recognition she received while a senator.
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24169th Legislature Information, 1985
270th Legislature Information, 1987
371st Legislature Information, 1989
472nd Legislature Information
5Appointments & Recognition
6Senate ephemera
7Senate resolution re: Krier, November 16, 1992
Subject Files
Other materials important to her campaign efforts are subject files that reflect issues of concern to Krier as a senator, including health services, abortion, gang taskforces, tax law information, the Texas State Board of Regents, and inhalant abuse.
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248Abortion
9Adopt-A-Block, January 5 – 29, 1988, undated
10Agriculture: Green Dragon Growers, 1992
11Agriculture: Texas A & M Agricultural Extension Service, 1991-1994
12Arts: Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, 1986-1988
13Arts: Institute of Texan Cultures, 1989
14-15Attorney General’s Child Support, June 15, 1988 – October 8, 1992, undated
16Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Office, January 12, 1988 – July 8, 1990
17Bexar County Appraisal District, 1985-1989
18Bexar County Commissioner’s court, June 13, 1985 – December 7, 1986, undated
19Bexar County / Task Force
Business & Commerce
20Benson Automotive, 1985-1987
21McNamara-Lunz, 1987
22SW Bell, 1986
23USAA, 1990
24Women’s Chamber, 1988-1992
25Research Park, 1988-1989
26SA / Austin Corridor council, 1985-1988, 1992
27Southwestern Capitol Markets, 1988
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251Fiesta Texas, Opryland, 1990-1991
2SA Sports Foundation Support Letter for 1995 Senior Sports Classic, 1991
3Economic Development / Tourism, Dome Stadium, 1987-1990
4SA Olympic Festival, 1989-1990
Chambers
5 Leadership San Antonio Information, 1975-1989
6 Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 1989-1992
7 Southside Chambers of Commerce, 1988
8Civic groups, February 28, 1985 – November 7, 1991, undated
9Coalition of Neighborhood Associations, June 17, 1987 – November 25, 1992, undated
10Correspondence, October 11, 1985 – October 28, 1988, undated
11Credit card legislation, June 4 – October 28, 1992
Crime
12 Coordinating Board, 1985-1988
13 Anti-Crime Task force, youth Issues, July 1, 1988 – November 26, 1990, undated
14 Neighborhood Issues, July 13, 1988 – October 4, 1990, undated
15Constitutional amendment process, June 25 – September 4, 1991
16County Judges and Commissioner’s Conference, 1987
17DWI Bexar County Study, April, 1988
18DWI misc., undated
19DWI Public Involvement Information Group
20DWI – I 863
21Economic Development: Avenida Guadalupe
Education:
22Education Alliance for Education Dropout Collaborative, 1991-1992
23 Dropouts: Landmark legislation, 1991
24Education clippings, 1986-1991
25 Colleges and universities: Trinity, D. Jesse Macleay, 1991
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261 Colleges and universities: UTHSC, BCHD, 1988
2 Colleges and universities: Trinity, Tomas Rivera Center, 1989-1990
3 Community Involvement Youth Values and Alternatives Forum, May 1992
4 General: Teen pregnancy, 1990
5 General: Bexar County School Age Parenting Advisory Council Meeting, 1992-1993
6 General: Pilot Programs 71st Legislature: Parenting, pregnancy (teen), early childhood education, 1989
7 General: Greater San Antonio Family Resource Center, NEISD, 1992
8 General: Adult Education, NEISD Program, 1985-1986
9 General: Higher Education HACU, Dr. Tony Rigual, 1988-1990
10 General: Teachers, Retired Teachers , 1991-1992
11 Family Literacy Center, 1989-1998
12 Literacy community in schools, 1986-1990
13 Literacy Plot Programs, 1992
14 Primary and secondary, 1988-1990
15 SA Education Partnership, 1988-1990
16 SA ISD Adopt A School Program: Rodriguez Elementary - Krier’s schedule, 1991
17 University Outreach: UT and A&M, 1987-1988
18Edwards Aquifer, 1990
19Election Day Advisory Panel, January 1979 – February, 1980, undated
20Electoral College, 1988
21Environment: Recycling: Misc. clippings, programs, 1990
22Environment: Recycling: Alcoa Recycling, 1992
23Environment: Recycling: Leon Valley, 1989
24Filibuster clips, 1991
Government
25Target ’90 report, 1987-1991
26 Target ’90 report, 1984
27City of San Antonio: Annexation, 1988
28City of San Antonio: Mayor’s Council on Maternal / Infant Care, 1990
29 City of San Antonio: Urban Issues Census, 1989
30Governor’s task force on equal opportunities for women and minorities, 1980-1983
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271Governor’s task force on equal opportunities for women and minorities, 1980-1982
Health and Human Services
Child abuse
2SAV Baby of Texas (Donna DeSoto)
3Scared silent
4Child advocates, 1989-1992
Children’s Org.
5Project ABC, 1988
6Project ABC
7Project Clips, 1986-1988
8Project High Risk Insurance Pool
9Project, Dr. Marian Sokol, 1986-1989
10ABC – Statewide
11ABC – Cernoch, J., 1988-1990
12Girl Scouts Fundraising, 1991
13Girl Scouts Cookie Crunch, 1987-1989
14Girl Scouts 75th Anniversary, 1988-1989
15Girl Scouts Krier Award Dinner, 1988
16Scout – About, 1990
17Teen pregnancy resources, S.A. Cares, 1990-1992
Foster Care
18TX State Foster Care Association, 1985-1989
19TDHS Foster Care Task Force, David Reilly, 1988-1989
20TX Dept of Human Resources
21One Church – One Child, concept foster program, 1991
22Foster Parent Handbook, 1992
23Handicapped: Date Able / San Antonio, 1987-1991
Organizations
24Advocacy, Inc., Letter of support, June 1992
25SA AIDS Foundation, 1989
26Bucket Avance, 1988-1991
27Children’s regional health-care project, 1992
28Delta society, 1992
29Downtown Youth (Drop In) Center, 1992
30Inman Christian Center, 1987-1992
31S.A. Cares, 1986-1992
32Bobbie Stewart, representative for county judge Cyndi Krier, 1992
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281Partnership for Hope, 1991-1992
2Health Professional Org., Economic Health Solutions Summit, 1992
Hospitals
3Bexar County Hospital District, 1987-1992
4Bexar County Hospital, Medical Center Hospital, 1985-1990
5Immunization: Miscellaneous, 1988
Mental Health
61990-1992
7Mtg briefing: Mental health care for children, 1991
8The Curricular, 1986-1987, 1990-1992
9Mental Health Association, 1986-1991
10Organ donations: Hernandez, George, DA, office, 1988
United Way
11Volunteer of the Year, 1992
12CPS, 1986-1989
Volunteerism
131988
14-15undated
161991
17Holidays: Fireworks, 4th of July, July 4, 1986
18Home equity borrowing, February 23, 1987-May 29, 1990, undated
19Homeowners – Taxpayers’ Association, 1985
20Housing: S.A. Housing Authority, 1988-1991
21Housing: Dennis Duggan & SAHA Family Self-Sufficiency Program, 1991
22HTA CAP (state)
Justice
23Alternatives to the criminal justice system, August 8, 1987 – December 7, 1989
24Campaign IL program, 1986
25San Antonio Fighting Back, August 31, 1989 – August 13, 1992, undated
26District attorney’s crime programs – Grant support, 1992
Corrections
27Videotape: CBS News: 48 Hours Texas Prison System
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291Bexar County Adult Probation, 1988, 1992
2Bexar County Jail Overcrowding, 1985-1989
3Bexar County Jail, 1992
4Work Program for Bexar County Jail Inmates (Vickers, Tom), 1990
5Central Texas Parole Violator Facility, 1988
Crime
6Treatment Alternative to Street Crime, 1989
7Massage Parlor Task force, 1989
8People Against Violent Crime, 1990
Law Enforcement
9LEMIT, June 17, 1988 – April 2, 1990
10SAPOA, June 23, 1989 – December 6, 1991, undated
11SAPOA, December 12, 1985-1989
12Leadership San Antonio, February 4, 1987 – 1993
13Lee Trevino
14Local government: Urban Issues: Blacks, 1986
15Local government: Urban issues: Hispanics, 1986-1990
16Loeffler for governor, support committee, undated
Mayor’s Task ForceGangs, subcommittee report, undated
17Gangs, subcommittee report, undated
18Gangs, November 11, 1988 – October 15, 1990, undated
19Gangs, 1990-1991
Media
20Media lists, 1988
21Television, KLRN, 1986-1991
22Print: San Antonio Light, 1987
23Press releases, news releases, 1985
Military
24Army: Camp Bullis, 1985-1986
25David Robinson, 1987-1988
26National Women’s Political Caucus, 1984
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301Neighborhood associations, 1984-1992
2Newsletters, 1985-1988, undated
Organizations
3Girl Scouts, 1990-1992
4Alamo City Republican Women’s club, 1990-1991
Politics
Elections
5General, 1985
61988 Candidates, 1988
7People: Joe Krier, 1985
Officeholders
8Gov. LaMarch Alexander, March, November, 1986
9Bullock, Bob, 1988-1992
10Gramm, Phil, 1986-1991
11Smith, Lamar, 1986-1988
12Tejeda, Frank, 1986
13Wolff, Nelson, 1986-1990
Organizations
14Southern Republican Exchange, Nashville, TN, 1986
15Southern Rep. Leadership Conference, 1985-1987
16Southern Rep. Exchange, Plane / Travel info & tickets, Nashville, TN, 1986
Leadership
American Council on Germany (ACG)
17Walther Kiep – Petra Mies, Trip to San Antonio, 1989
18Walther Kiep, Martina Diexler trip to San Antonio, 1987-1988
19Wilson, Meg, May 1986
20Washington, May 20, 1986
21Misc. info, Charleston, SC, 1986
22Background info: Aspen Report, Hamburg, Germany, Sept. 1985
23Agenda and list of delegates, Hamburg, 1985
24Post-conference correspondence and misc. mementos, Hamburg, Germany, September 1-6, 1986
25Michael Grash trip to Texas, 1986-1987
261989
27American / German delegates list, Charleston, SC, 1986
28Follow-up correspondence, Charleston, July 7-11, 1986
29Conference agenda, plane tickets, info, Charleston, SC, July 7-12, 1986
30Germany info, historical & political, Charleston, July 7-12, 1986
311985 conference summary; memos Charleston, July 7-12, 1986
32Progress 1985, community report, 1985
33Redlining, August 20-21, 1986
34Republican National Convention, December 4, 1987-1988
35Fundraiser, Rey Feo, 1990
36State Bar of Texas, 1986-1989
37State Board of Insurance, 1990
38State Republican Executive committee, September 5 – October 14, 1986
39State tax proposals, May 13 – June 10, 1991
40Suburban mayors and city council members, undated
41Tax exemption of churches, July 31 – September 19, 1991, undated
42Taxes: Homeowners’ Taxpayers’ Association, 1986-1990
43Teen suicide, February 3, 1988, undated
44Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, 1989
45Texas Association of Business, undated
46Texas Homestead Law
47Texas Public Policy Foundation, December 6, 1990 – November 10, 1992
48THOMAE, 1980
49Thousand Points of Light, June 1, July 18, 1989
50Toll Fellowship, 1985-1992
51TPW – COA, 1991-1992
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31Transportation
1Budget & finance, VIA; Budget mtg July 12, 1991
2VIA Metropolitan Transit Authority, 1988
3Highways Litter Projects, 1986
4TSTA (Texas State Teachers Association), 1988
5UT: Ex-Student Award, 1986-1987
6United Suburban Cities, October 15, October 17, 1992, undated
Water
7Environment: "Adopt-A-River", S.A. River Corridor Council, 1992
8Regional Water Study, Background info, 1986
9-10Notebook management of aquifer, 1991
11Groundwater management plan chronology, 1989
12-13Edwards Underground Water District: Chronology of legislation re: groundwater management plan, 1989
14Clean Water Action, 1991
15-161991-1992
17Applewhite Project I 875, 1991
18Clips: Surface Water Development, 1990
19Mediation, 1990-1991
20Clips: EUWD (Edwards Underground Water District), 1990-1991
21Development, I 875, 1989
22Wastewater, I 885, 1989
23General, I 885, 1987-1991
24River Protection System, 1990
25: Augmentation, 1992
26Thelma Water Issue, memo, 1992
27Thelma, 1991
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321Sarah Youngblood Salado Creek Well J-21, 1992
2Women: Women in Business: Mexican-American Business & Professional Women
3Women Politics: Bexar County Women’s Political Caucus, 1991
Workers’ comp
4Workers’ compensation files, 1991
5Adopted rules, 1991
6Senate bill, final version, undated
7Senate bill summaries
8AFL-CIO lawsuit
9Chronology
10Speech charts
11Speeches
12State funds
13Statistics
14Texas Association of Compensation Consumers, 1990
15Legislative Oversight Committee 01, General, Part I, 1990-1991
16Legislative Oversight Committee 01, General, Part II, 1990-1991
17Legislative Oversight Committee 02, Rules, Part I, 1990
18Legislative Oversight Committee 02, Rules, Part II, 1990
19State Board of Insurance 01, Rates, Part I, 1990
20State Board of Insurance 01, Rates, Part II, 1990
21State Board of Insurance 02, Rules, 1991
22Insurance, 1988
23Leasing companies, 1990
24Non-subscribers
TX Workers’ Compensation Commission
251990
261991
27Forms and Notices, January 1, 1991
28General, 01, Part I, 1990-1991
29General, 01, Part II, 1990-1991
30Rules, 02, Back Injury Prevention Program
31Rules, 03, Safety Professional Certification, 1990
32Rules, 04, Independent Contractors / Subcontractors, 1990
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331Rules, 05, Medical Fee Guidelines, undated
2Rules, 06, Drug Prevention Policy, 1991
3Rules, 07, Safety, 1990
4Rules, 08, Employers’ Bill of Rights, 1990
5Research center, 1990
6House Research Organization, 1988
7Forms, 1990
8Letters received and answered, 1991

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