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[Anouncement for the 10th International Conference on AIDS]
Announcement for the 10th International Conference on Aids held in Yokohama, Japan. This conference marked the "first time that researchers, public health officials, service providers and activists" would gather in an Asian nation for the Conference.
[Card: From Jean to Mike]
A card from Jean Nelson to Mike thanking him for the breakfast and tour of his home.
[Charles Moore Letter Book]
A ledger containing records of Charles Moore's mail. Includes dates sent and received, whether or not a letter was read, where it was read, where it was mailed and to whom.
[Condolences: Bill Hobby]
A letter from Texas Lieutenant Governor, William P. Hobby, sending his condolences to Jean Nelson after the death of her son.
[Confidential Letter: Maison to Martin]
A confidential letter from Don Maison, from the AIDS Services of Dallas, to Jack Martin from the Texas Board of Law Examiners.
[Copy: Letter from Bill Hunt to John Thomas]
Letter from Bill Hunt to John Thomas about his visit and treatment at Parkland Hospital for AIDS.
[Copy, letter with attachment: dismissal order]
Xerographic of a letter with an attached dismissal order for Mark William Nelson's second bankruptcy petition.
[Copy of a letter from Vince Cruz to Bernard Stoller, page 1]
Partial xerographic of a letter to Bernard Stoller acknowledging and replying to an earlier letter delivered to Sharon Boyd.
[Copy of a letter from Vince Cruz to Bernard Stoller, page 2]
Partial xerographic of a letter to Bernard Stoller acknowledging and replying to an earlier letter delivered to Sharon Boyd.
[Copy of correspondence: Hearing dates]
Xerographic of correspondence regarding hearing dates and forms.
[Copy of drafted letter: Ed Oakley to Bob Sloan]
Xerographic of a drafted letter from Ed Oakley to Bob Sloan, Dallas City Secretary, about the lack of an Early Voting Location in Oak Lawn. Includes handwritten notes.
[Copy of fax: AIDS Services of Dallas to State Bar of Texas]
Xerographic of a fax from AIDS Services of Dallas to the State Bar of Texas protesting certain testimonies and proceedings of Mark William Nelson's bankruptcy case.
[Copy of fax from Alan Ross to Dennis Vercher]
Xerographic of a fax from Alan Ross of the Dallas Tavern Guild to Dennis Vercher with proposed plans to bring together some of the businesses in Oak Lawn.
[Copy of latter from Bernard Stoller to Sharon Boyd]
Xerographic of a letter from Attorney Bernard Stoller to Sharon Boyd with allegations of libel and slander against her.
[Copy of letter: Dallas Gay Alliance to Parkland Memorial Hospital]
Letter from the Dallas Gay Alliance to Parkland Memorial Hospital requesting improved policies and procedures for the treatment of AIDS patients.
[Copy of letter: Diana Sword to Sharon Boyd]
Xerographic of the results of Diana Sword's investigation into Darryl Baker's schedule of leave.
[Copy of Letter from Dallas Gay Alliance to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct]
Copy of a letter from the president of the Dallas Gay Alliance to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct calling for the removal of Judge Jack Hampton.
[Copy of letter from Don Baker to Alan]
Xerographic of a letter from Don Baker to Alan.
[Copy of letter: Jim Foster to the Dallas Voice]
Xerographic of a letter from Jim Foster to the Dallas Voice relaying a request for the newspaper to write an article about the murder of Leopoldo Quintanilla, Jr.
[Copy of letter: Jim Foster to the Dallas Voice]
Letter from Jim Foster to the Dallas Voice.
[Copy of letter: Lori Palmer to friend]
Xerographic of a letter from Lori Palmer answering the allegations of her lack of advocacy for gay and lesbian rights.
[Copy of letter: March on Austin to Gilbert Casillas]
Xerographic of a letter from the treasurer of March on Austin committee and Gilbert Casillas calling him to appear for a membership meeting to resolve financial discrepancies.
[Copy of letter: Parigi]
A letter from an unknown author written about their opinions on Oak Lawn and they gay community.
[Copy of letter: Pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of Dallas to Dallas Parks Department]
Xerographic of a letter from a local Dallas church pastor to the Dallas Parks Department supporting A Living Tribute in Lee Park.
[Copy of letter supporting Sharon Boyd for Dallas City Council elections]
Letter from Dallas County Republican Women's Coalition supporting Sharon Boyd's bid for Dallas City Councilwoman.
[Copy of memo: Michael Corker to Diana Sword]
Xerographic of a memo asking for an investigation into City Council candidate Darryl Baker.
[Copy: Supporters of Craig McDaniel to Dennis Weir
Xerographic of a letter to Dennis Weir to ask for his support of Craig McDaniel for Dallas City Council seat.
[Correspondence, undated]
This is a correspondence from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Charles B. Moore. The document includes a detailed genealogical account of the Wallace family history. The account includes family member's names and additional information about each member named in the correspondence.
[Draft of letter, 1891]
This is a draft from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Charles B. Moore when he was 68 years old and addressed to the Courier Journal. In this letter, Moore discusses the Annie Laura story printed in the Rockbridge County News and provides the journal with 100 year old verses written about her by Robert Burns. It is dated 1891 in an unspecified month and day. The document is damaged along the edges and some words are missing due to the damage.
[Draft of letter, April 19, 1891]
This is a draft from the personal papers of the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Moore on April 19, 1891. In this letter, Moore writes about an article written in the Dallas Weekly News on April 16 by D. B. Kiefer. The article details a "norther" that struck Texas in April of 1857. He states in this document that he writes to corroborate stories with the journalist, provide his experience through the "norther," and make a correction on the date given in Kiefer's article. The third and fourth page of this document includes genealogical accounts of Moore's descendants. He details the Wallace family and the history of some of the Wallace men who were part of an expedition sent on a charge to the Creek nation.
[Drafted letter: Ed Oakley to Bob Sloan]
Drafted letter from Ed Oakley to Bob Sloan, Dallas City Secretary, about the lack of an Early Voting Location in Oak Lawn. Includes handwritten notes.
[Email: Regarding Bill Nelson]
An email from Karen Estes to William Waybourn sharing a message she received from one of Bill Nelson's previous students.
[Email: Stories]
An email from Sue G. Highland to Allison Sitton, Cathy Thomas, Jackie Oncken thanking them for their willingness to share their stories with a congregation.
[Fax: AIDS Services of Dallas to State Bar of Texas]
Fax from AIDS Services of Dallas to the State Bar of Texas protesting certain testimonies and proceedings of Mark William Nelson's bankruptcy case.
[Fax: Cedar Springs Business Organization]
Fax from Alan Ross of the Dallas Tavern Guild to Dennis Vercher with proposed plans to bring together some of the businesses in Oak Lawn.
[Fax: Handwritten Letter from Lori Palmer]
A faxed letter from Lori Palmer to Karen Estes or John Thomas to account for her inability to attend Bill Nelson's memorial service.
[Fax: Letter from Vic Basile]
A fax from Vic Basile to John Thomas reflecting on Bill Nelson's life and the relationship Basile had with him.
[Faxed copy: Letter from Attorney Constance Fouts to Joseph Ashmore]
Xerographic of a faxed letter from Attorney Constance Fouts to Joseph Ashmore expressing surprise over his position as a creditor to Mark Williams Nelson.
[Faxed copy: Mark William Nelson to Constance Fouts]
Faxed xerographic of a letter sent to Attorney Constance Fouts from client Mark William Nelson.
[Fragmented Letter]
Letter does not say who it is for or who it is from. The author talks about what he has been eating. He has plenty of milk and mentions farming. He says that Claude wants to go, but the boss wants him to stay. He talks about being sick.
[Greeting card from Ray to Dennis Vercher]
Greeting card from Ray to Dennis Vercher.
[Handwritten Letter: Dearest Bill]
A letter from Bill Nelson's mother, Jean Nelson, expressing the pride and love she has for her son.
[Handwritten Letter: From Jean to Mike]
A handwritten letter from Jean Nelson to Mike Anglin about putting together a collection of media that documents Bill Nelson's life.
[Handwritten Letter: Third Letter to Bill]
The third letter from Jean Nelson to her deceased son, Bill Nelson, reminiscing and expressing her sorrow.
[Handwritten Poem: American History]
A handwritten poem, possibly written by Bill Nelson, announcing the emergence of a new era followed by describing early America, the political atmosphere, and ideals that were present in that time period.
[Informational Letter: Community Outreach Center]
An informational letter from the Community Outreach Center listing out programs and events that are aimed at offering assistance to people with HIV/AIDS. This letter was sent to Dennis Vercher at the Dallas Voice, an LGBT publication.
[Instructional Letter from Headquarters to Lieutenant Redway, December 1, 1864]
A letter authorizing the recipient to examine some baggage and ensure that Mrs. Patten and her daughters take an oath promising not to aid the Confederate States with information.
[Letter]
This document if from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is a letter from an unknown writer to an unknown recipient about how they intended to make arrangements concerning their marriage and children. The letter describes the writer's personal sentiments on life at this moment in time. It is undated.
[Letter Acknowledging Payment of Costs, July 24, 1875]
Letter from Thomas Selman of the county of Montague acknowledging the payment of costs in the court of Montague county.
[Letter: AIDS Interfaith Network, Inc.]
A letter from the AIDS Interfaith Network in response to the Dallas Parks Director, Frank Wise. The letter addresess the Robert E. Lee Park controversy and the Dallas Morning News article by David Jackson.