Messages of Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas to the thirty-seventh legislature

Messages of Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas to the thirty-seventh legislature

Date: 1921
Creator: Neff, Pat M.
Description: This document is a message to the legislature of Texas from Governor Pat M. Neff. The document calls for political reform in many areas of the government and was written to encourage legislative law makers to take action.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Initial messages of Governor W. P. Hobby to the thirty-sixth legislature, state of Texas: Jan. 14, 1919 and Jan. 22, 1919.

Initial messages of Governor W. P. Hobby to the thirty-sixth legislature, state of Texas: Jan. 14, 1919 and Jan. 22, 1919.

Date: 1919
Creator: Hobby, W. P.
Description: Message from Governor Hobby to Texas Legislature. Message is pertaining to the condition of the state, legislation, and money related issues.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Message of Governor James S. Hogg to the twenty-fourth legislature of Texas

Message of Governor James S. Hogg to the twenty-fourth legislature of Texas

Date: 1895
Creator: Hogg, J.S. (James S.)
Description: This message is about the condition of the state of Texas at the time the message was written. The book contains information about Texas' economics, government money allocation, organizations, and other issues relating to Texas at that time.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Message of Gov. J. S. Hogg to the twenty-third Legislature of Texas.

Message of Gov. J. S. Hogg to the twenty-third Legislature of Texas.

Date: January 12, 1893
Creator: Hogg, J.S. (James S.)
Description: This document is a message to Texas legislature from Governor J. S. Hogg. The document was a call to action concerning the matters of: railroad bonds and stocks, municipal indebtedness, land corporations, the railway commission, land and county boundaries, state banks, public education, mechanics' liens, convict labor, indigent ex-confederates, taxation, criminal laws, deadly weapons, lotteries, injunctions, stock quarantine, charities, board of pardon advisers, and the overall condition of the state of Texas.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Message of Governor O. B. Colquitt to the thirty-second legislature of Texas.

Message of Governor O. B. Colquitt to the thirty-second legislature of Texas.

Date: 1911
Creator: Colquitt, O. B.
Description: A message to Texas legislature about the economics of Texas, money issues within the government of Texas, Texas legislation, agriculture, and other issues pertaining to Texas.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Speeches delivered by Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas, discussing certain phases of contemplated legislation

Speeches delivered by Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas, discussing certain phases of contemplated legislation

Date: 1923
Creator: Neff, Pat M.
Description: This book contains a collection of speeches delivered by Governor Pat M. Neff. The subjects of those speeches include: the Constitutional Convention, the supremacy of the law, the educational system of Texas, the penitentiary system of Texas, building highways, industrial development, revision of tax laws, conservation, and reclamation. Also includes the inaugural address.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Message of Governor T.M. Campbell to the first called session of the thirtieth legislature of Texas: together with the proclamation of the Governor convening the legislature in extra-ordinary session.

Message of Governor T.M. Campbell to the first called session of the thirtieth legislature of Texas: together with the proclamation of the Governor convening the legislature in extra-ordinary session.

Date: April 17, 1907
Creator: Campbell, Thomas Mitchell
Description: This document is a message to the legislature of Texas from Governor T.M. Campbell. The purpose of the message was to get the legislature prepared to discuss laws concerning: simplification of court proceedings in the state of Texas, making telephone companies transmit other telephone companies messages, fair and lawful taxing of its citizens, increase business fees of both domestic and foreign businesses, and any other matters relating to the Constitution of Texas.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries