A letter from D. F. Prince to Felix H. Morales, informing Morales that a conflicting application has been filed by John F. Cooke. Prince suggests that Morales contact Cooke and inquire about the possibility of Cooke withdrawing his application. Prince cautions Morales not to offer Cooke money to withdraw or to reimburse him for expenses. The letter also contains a brief summary of the application filed by Cooke for a radio station in Houston, Texas on April 15, 1949.
Letter from H. Darrell Hay to John J. Herrera (including envelope) requesting Herrera's assistance in filing a suit against the attorney who represented Hay in his murder trial who had promised, after Hay was convicted to prison, to send Hay's possessions to his wife at the attorney's own expense. The attorney then did not forward the possessions on and was subsequently asking for compensation to do so, for which Hay could not pay.
Onionskin paper carbon copy of a letter from John J. Herrera to Jesse Herrera of Huntsville, Texas, dated March 22, 1950. Jesse Herrera appears to be incarcerated in the Huntsville prison and this is a letter of encouragement from John.
Letter from John J. Herrera to the Honorable Walter M. Cooksey, Justice of the Peace, to accompany the speeding ticket his daughter, Katherine Luz Herrera, had received, asking to be informed of the minimum fine for said ticket so that Herrera could send a payment for it.
Letter from Sherman Kendall, President of San Jacinto Chapter of The Sons of the Republic of Texas, to Members of Chapter notifying members of the date of the annual business meeting to discuss the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Sons of the Republic of Texas in Houston and the election of officers.
Letter reminding Katherine Herrera of the speeding ticket she received earlier in the month with instructions on settling her fine. A handwritten note adds a phone number under Walter M. Cooksey's name along with "pd 10/25/77."
Letter from William T. Armstrong, Staff Attorney for the Texas Department of Corrections, on behalf of inmate Tom M. Perez, requesting a copy of a divorce judgment obtained by the man's wife, whom John J. Herrera may have represented.
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