[Petition in Support of Texas HB 559]

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Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support HB 559 which was introduced by Bert Hall under the title "Relating to creating a Commission to provide for education and study relating to problems of alcoholism and for commitment and treatment of alcoholics." Below, there are 18 signatures with addresses listed for all but one of them.

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[1] p.

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Creator: Unknown. Spring 1953.

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Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support HB 559 which was introduced by Bert Hall under the title "Relating to creating a Commission to provide for education and study relating to problems of alcoholism and for commitment and treatment of alcoholics." Below, there are 18 signatures with addresses listed for all but one of them.

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[1] p.

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Handwritten note at the top and along the right side of the page: "P.S. Bryan is attending the Optimist Convention here. I forgot to send this before I left. These are members of the Sixth Unit of the Women's Forum of which I am Legislation Chairman. Sincerely, Helen Bradbury."

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[Petition in Support of Texas HB 559], text, Spring 1953; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1186601/: accessed October 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.