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[Letter: Lesbian/Gay Rights Lobby of Texas to March on Austin Committee]
Letter from the LGRL of Texas to the MOA asking the committee to close out the finances of the 1991 march.
[Letter Linnet Moore, March 26, 1896]
Letter from Teddie to Linnet Moore in which the author notes that they have not kept up their correspondence well and wishes she would come and visit. She tells Linnet about the new Methodist minister named Miller and two of his children.
[Letter: Lori Palmer to friend]
Letter from Lori Palmer answering to the allegations of her lack of advocacy for gay and lesbian rights.
[Letter: Maison]
A document from an unknown author written about the Dallas city council community and their statements about the gay community.
[Letter, March 1, 1875]
This document is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The letter is dated March 1, 1875 and is not addressed to a specific person. The letter details personal information and it includes: the weather in Moore's location; the type of woman that would suit him in life; his lineage, traits and personal views; his current line of work in agriculture; his feelings about getting to know this person he is writing to in the letter; the health of his family; and news of friends. Moore closes the letter by noting that the recipient of the letter should address their letter to his home in Melissa.
[Letter, March 3, 1875]
This document is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is a letter to Moore from a woman named Helen Duncan. She details her love of writing letters to Moore. The conversation then moves to the topic of marriage and she mentions that she fears she will never find someone. She restates her promise to Moore, which was to find Moore a widow to marry, and notes that it would be a difficult task to find a woman to fit Moore's specifications of what he would want in a wife. She asks Moore if an old maid would do, if she wouldn't be able to match him with a widow. Moore promised to send a photograph to her to pass on to the Kansas widow. The topic of matchmaking moves on to Helen Duncan's home life. She states that she is happy at home and declares that she must have the "happiest home that ever was." She mentions that she shares her home with her family: six sisters, three brothers, and her parents. Helen notes that she has a strong relationship with her father and hardly does anything or write anything without telling him first. She states that her reasoning for this is that her father she no fault in anything she does, while her mother sometimes does. She describes her father's pride in showing off photographs of her and her sisters to visitors. The topic of discussion moves on to agriculture and Helen expresses her sympathy when hearing that Moore's fruit tress have died. She tells him if he were closer she would send him some of their peach harvest. In her closing remarks, Helen asks Moore if he likes Dickens' works and details that if she were on a deserted island she would be at home if she ...
[Letter: March on Austin Committee to the Dallas Voice]
Letter from the secretary of the March on Austin Committee to Tami Nash of the Dallas voice regarding the records pertinent to the fund misappropriation from the march earlier that year.
[Letter: Massage, Model, Escort advertising]
A letter to Massage, Model, Escort Advertisers from Robert Moore, at the Dallas Voice, notifying the Advertisers that the Voice will no longer print their advertisements until the Voice receives some verification of Massage, Model, Escort Advertisers' legitimacy.
[ Letter: "McDaniel picks up gay endorsements"]
A letter from Sharon Boyd pertaining to the Dallas Voice newspaper article about Boyd requesting support from the Republican party.
[Letter: Nelson to Maison]
A letter from Don Maison, from the AIDS Service of Dallas, to Mary Klapperich, from the State Bar of Texas.
[Letter: NGLTF to Editor]
Letter from the NGLTF appealing for support of the Washington, D.C. domestic partnership bill.
[Letter, November 1865]
Letter to Honorable Roscoe Conklin, A. H. Laflin, and others recommending Hamilton K. Redway for a position at the capitol as he has a good army record and states he is a gentleman and a man of talent.
[Letter of endorsement from the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Bob Stimson]
Letter from Al Daniels and Jeri Ritter of the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Bob Stimson informing him of their decision to endorse his candidacy for City Council.
[Letter of endorsement from the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Ron Price]
Letter from Al Daniels and Jeri Ritter of the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Ron Price informing him of their decision to endorse his candidacy for the Dallas School Board.
[Letter of endorsement from the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Sharon Middlebrooks]
Letter from Al Daniels and Jeri Ritter of the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Sharon Middlebrooks informing her of their decision to endorse her candidacy for the Dallas City Council.
[Letter of endorsement from the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Taylor Brannon]
Letter from Al Daniels and Jeri Ritter of the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Taylor Brannon informing him of their decision to endorse his candidacy for Dallas City Council.
[Letter of endorsement to Brenda Reyes from Al Daniels and Jeri Ritter of the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition]
Letter from the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Brenda Reyes informing her of their decision to endorse her candidacy for Dallas City Council.
[Letter of endorsement to Veletta Lill from the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition]
Letter from Al Daniels and Jeri Ritter of the Lesbian Gay Political Coalition to Veletta Lill informing her of their decision to endorse her candidacy for Dallas City Council.
[Letter of Notification Regarding John Duger, May 4, 1864]
Letter from the Provost Marshal's Office, addressed to the commanding officer of Company F, 1st Regiment, New York Cavalry Vols. regarding John Duger. Text of letter: Sir: I have the honor to inform you that John Duger of your Company was reported at this office, from the Carlisle District, Pa., as a Deserter from the U. S. Army, May 2nd, 1864. He was this day forwarded to Baltimore en route to his Regiment. Cost of Arrest....$30.00 " Transportation....$2.10 Total to be charged....#32.10 The letter is signed by "Capt. 53d P. V., and Provost Marshal Post."
[Letter of Notification Regarding William W. Wilson, May 4, 1864]
Letter from the Provost Marshal's Office, addressed to the commanding officer of Company F, 1st Regiment, New York Cavalry Vols. regarding William W. Wilson. Text of letter: Sir: I have the honor to inform you that William W. Wilson of your Company was reported at this office, from the Carlisle District, Pa., as a Deserter from the U. S. Army, May 2nd, 1864. He was this day forwarded to Baltimore en route to his Regiment. Cost of Arrest....$30.00 " Transportation....$2.10 Total to be charged....#32.10 The letter is signed by "Capt. 53d P. V., and Provost Marshal Post."
[Letter of Recommendation to Provost Marshall for Ziza Moore, August 12, 1863]
A letter of recommendation to the Provost Marshal at Shelbyville, Tennessee, on behalf of Ziza Moore. The petitioners attest to Moore's good character and recommend him for consideration of allegiance to the government of the United States.
[Letter of reprimand: From Chales Maples to William H. Nelson]
The formal letter of reprimand from the principal of Warren Travis White High School, Charles Maples, to Bill Nelson for appearing in a gay publication wearing a shirt that supported LGBT rights.
[Letter of reprimand to William Nelson from W. T. White High School principal Charles Maples]
Letter from W. T. White HS principal Charles Maples to William Nelson concerning an appearance Nelson had made in a gay rights magazine.
[Letter of resignation from Daniel Polk to the Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby]
Daniel Polk's resignation letter from the Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby of Texas.
[Letter of support from Senator Royce West to Al Daniels concerning Senate Bill 80 about hate crimes]
Letter of support for Senate Bill 80, a bill concerning hate crimes against people in the LGBT community, from Senator Royce West to Al Daniels.
[Letter of thanks from Bill Nelson of the Dallas Gay Alliance to the Texas Gay Rodeo Association]
Letter from DGA president Bill Nelson to the Texas Gay Rodeo Association pertaining to hosting the annual rodeo and an attached biography of Grand Marshal Don Baker.
[Letter of thanks from the AIDS Resource Center to Don Baker]
Letter from the Executive Director of the Dallas AIDS Resource Center t Don Baker and his partner thanking them for their contribution to their program.
[Letter of thanks to Al Daniels from Stephen J. Waller, rector of The Episcopal Church of Saint Thomas the Apostle]
Thank-you letter from Stephen J. Waller, rector of The Episcopal Church of Stain Thomas the Apostle, to Al Daniels for his donation to the church.
[Letter of thanks to the Texas Human Rights Foundation from Don Baker]
Thank-you-letter to the board of directors of the Texas Human Rights Foundation regarding the reception of the "Profile in Courage Award" Baker received.
[Letter: Out There II to press media]
Letter from publicists for Out There II promoting media coverage for the show, which features gay and lesbian comedians.
[Letter: P. D. Sterling to Bruce Sherbert and Robert Sloan]
Letter from P. D. Sterling to Bruce Sherbet and Robert Sloan regarding allegations made by Sharon Boyd.
[Letter: P. D. Sterling to Bruce Sherbet and Robert Sloan]
Letter from P. D. Sterling reacting to allegations of attempted voting fraud.
[Letter pertaining to Razzle Dazzle Dallas street party]
Letter from Tom Kaine of Crossroads Market concerning the Razzle Dazzle Dallas street party and its effect on business.
[Letter: Questions from the Oak Lawn Concerned Citizens Coalition to the city of Dallas staff]
Letter from the Oak Lawn community to the city of Dallas challenging their amendments to local regulations.
[Letter: Razzle Dazzle Dallas to Cedar Springs Merchants]
Letter from Razzle Dazzle Dallas to the Cedar Springs Merchants defending the street party's right to celebrate on the street. Includes handwritten notes and markings.
[Letter: Re: Texas Ethics Coalition to Dallas County Republican Coalition]
A letter from the Texas Ethics Comission pertaining to a Texas Election Code being in violation as a political advertisement was published outside of its original source.
[Letter: Remarks on organizations and political influence on AIDS patients]
A typed letter from an unknown author pertaining to the population living with AIDS and the organizations and politics affecting them.
[Letter: Research and preparation]
A letter by Donald J. Maison Jr. enclosing a statement of David L. Botsford's legal services for the Richard Schwiderski v. the State of Texas court cases.
[Letter Response: Appellant's brief]
A letter from Donald J. Maison with an enclosed appellant's brief of the Richard Schwiderski v. State of Texas court case.
[Letter Response: Baker v. Wade, et al.]
A letter from James C. Barber sent to Campbell Read. The letter pertains to scheduling a meeting on November 10th or 11th instead of November 5th.
[Letter: Sharon Boyd to Bernard Stoller]
Letter from Sharon Boyd to Bernard Stoller responding to allegations of slander and libel against Lorlee Bartos.
[Letter: Sharon Boyd to Bruce Sherbet]
Letter from Sharon Boyd to Bruce Sherbet challenging the transfer of voters from District 2 to District 14.
[Letter: Sharon Boyd to Dennis Vercher]
Letter from Sharon Boyd to Dennis Vercher denying the claims of an article in the Dallas Voice that asserted that she sent certain letters for support.
[Letter: Sharon Boyd to Mark Danielson]
Letter from Sharon Boyd to Mark Danielson asking the assistant district attorney to investigate the mailing of cards from a nonexistent political coalition.
[Letter: Sharon Boyd to Robert Sloan]
Letter from Sharon Boyd to Robert Sloan challenging the decision to move voters from District 2 to District 14.
[Letter: Supporters of Craig McDaniel to Dennis Weir]
Letter to Dennis Weir to ask for his support of Craig McDaniel for Dallas City Council seat.
[Letter template from Bill McCarter and Nancy Cason, October 1, 1991]
Photocopy of a letter template from Bill McCarter and Nancy Cason. The letter is in regards to the successful implementation of DBAE, discipline-based arts education in NTIEVA's, North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, consortium members. Several of the districts are getting together for sharing ideas and extended planning for a number of activities for the 1990 and 1991 Summer Institute. McCarter and Cason have included in the letter, registration forms for activities through the month of October that they believe are extremely worthwhile.
[Letter Template from Bill McCarter to Advisory Committee Members, May 4, 1990]
Photocopy of a letter from Bill McCarter to Advisory Committee Members thanking for agreeing to serve on the committee for the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts. The Institute is exicted to have E.A. Carmean, Director of the Ft. Worth Modern Art Museum, serve as chair of the committee. Their first scheduled meeting will be a luncheon on May 25, 1990 at the University Union. Included with the letter was a map of the University, showing their guests where they will be able to park the day of the meeting. The map is not currently present with the letter.
[Letter Template from E.A. Carmean to Advisory Committee Members, September 28, 1990]
Photocopy of a letter template from E.A. Carmean, Director, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, to Advisory Committee Members of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts. In the letter Carmean is calling the advisory committee to a meeting on October 19, 1990 at 5:00 PM. After the meeting Carmean has invited the committee members to cocktail reception at his home, with his personal address included in the letter, in honor of the online teachers who have helped the educational reform program. Carmean writes that he has attached separate invitation to the party to the letter. The invitation is not present with the letter.
[Letter Template from Sharon Warwick to TAEA Colleagues, July 15, 1990]
Photocopy of a letter template from Sharon Warwick to TAEA, Texas Art Education Association, Colleagues. The letter is addresses to Warwick's colleagues that she is seeking help to formulate ideas and ways to put together a UIL Picture Memory Contest for the elementary students. Enclosed in the letter is a list that Warwick asks her colleagues to fill out with further suggestions and to send them back to her before the school year.