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[Fax from Law Offices of James C. Barber to Don Baker]
A fax letter from Law Offices of James C. Barber stating his experience of expertise that might be of use for Don Baker at the Baker v. Wade trial.
[Fax: Grievance against Assistant District Attorney Robert Phillips]
A letter written by Campbell B. Read sent to Don Maison which reports a filed grievance against the Assistant District Attorney Robert Phillips for violating Rule DR7-106.
[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 Don Baker to Prof. Laurence Tribe]
A typed letter by Don Baker to Prof. Laurence Tribe including information and document pertaining to the press conference held in January 19, 1986.
[Fax letter from Law Offices of James C. Barber]
A fax letter from the Law Offices of James C. Barber pertaining to the Fifth Circuit denying an appeal for Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code and moving the court case to the Texas Supreme Court.
[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.
[Fax of letter by Peter Brooks to Lesbian and Gay Political Action Committee members]
Fax to Don Baker from Jose Plata of a letter by Peter Brooks to the LG-PAC members.
[Fax: Statement on budget and Waiman Martin fund raising event]
A letter written by Don Baker sent to Mike Anglin and Dick Peeples pertaining to the budget at the Waiman Martin raising event.
[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.
[Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation letter of invitation to a training session]
Letter from GLAAD to community members with invitation to a community training session on professionalism within organizations.
[Glen Maxey campaign mail]
Campaign mail from the Glen Maxey campaign to constituents.
[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 Don Baker regarding letters to state representatives for gay rights]
Handwritten letter from Don Baker about letters he sent to state representatives in regards to a civil rights bill for lesbian and gay rights.
[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 notes: Richard Schwiderski]
A handwritten document from the supervisor of flight attendants pertaining to the rejection of the intention to take disciplinary action slip.
[Handwritten notes: Stonewall Democrats]
A group of handwritten documents from a Stonewall Democrats meeting pertaining to Judge Morris Overstreet and Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code.
[Handwritten Notes: Tucuma]
A group of documents from the Gay and Lesbian Parents Coalition meeting and notes of parents' concerns.
[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.
[Human Rights Campaign letter concerning gay marriage rights in Hawaii]
Human Rights Campaign letter from director Elizabeth Birch about Hawaii's gay marriage rights.
[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.
[Invitation from Michael Garbarino to Alan Levi to the Annual Schwab Awards Ceremony]
Invitation to the Annual Schwab Awards Ceremony for Alan Levi.
[Lesbian and Gay Political Coalition of Dallas membership and donation form]
A membership application and donation form for the Lesbian and Gay Political Coalition of Dallas.
[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.
[Letter: Alan Ross to Dallas Morning News Editor]
Letter to the Dallas Morning News Editor challenging a letter of a Dallas resident who disapproved of A Living Tribute project.
[Letter: Alan Ross to Oak Lawn Business Community]
Letter from Alan Ross to the business owners of Oak Lawn inviting them to join him in objecting to the new regulation amendments.
[Letter and Article: Dallas Gay Political Caucus to Representative Jim Mattox]
A letter from Dr. H. Louise Young and Vivienne B. Armstrong urging Jim Mattox and James Collins urging to support the LGBT community as a civil rights movement. The last documents are articles pertaining to the gay and lesbian leaders involving themselves in politics and a page of the Dallas Gay Political Caucus treasurer's report.
[Letter and Attachment: Proposition wording for the Dallas City Charter election]
Letter to Dennis Vercher containing an attachment with the proposition wording for the Dallas City Charter election of 1993.
[Letter and Booklet from Earl P. Hopkins to Claude D. White, December 14, 1907]
Letter from Earl P. Hopkins to Claude D. White discussing Claude's interest in preparing for the Federal Civil Service Examination by taking a correspondence course with the Washington Civil Service School, of which Mr. Hopkins is the president. The letter is typed on the school's letterhead. Included with it is a short booklet explaining the pricing of the course, and it includes an application. There is a return envelope addressed to Earl P. Hopkins, Pres., 507 E. Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. The envelope that the letter was sent in is addressed to Mr. C. D. White, McKinney, Texas, and it is postmarked Washington, D. C., December 14, 1907. The return address is typed in the upper left corner. There is a postmark for McKinney on December 16, on the back. The following address has been written on the front of the envelope in pencil: A. S. Kent, 205 E. Burnett, Martinsburg, West Virginia.
[Letter and Envelope: To Harriett Ehrhardt from Samuel W. Hudson, III]
A letter to Harriett Erhardt from Samuel W. Hudson, III questioning Erhardt over the recent reprimand of a school teacher, Bill Nelson, for their expression of the First Amendment. The letter is accompanied by the envelope it was sent in.
[Letter and Pamphlet from Earl P. Hopkins to Claude D. White, December 26, 1907]
Letter from Earl P. Hopkins, President of the Washington Civil Service School, to Claude D. White regarding the possibility of Claude taking a course to prepare for the Federal Civil Service Examination. The letter is typed on the school's letterhead. Also included is a pamphlet of testimonials from other people who have taken correspondence courses through the school. There is an envelope addressed to Mr. C. D. White, McKinney, Texas, and it is postmarked Washington, D. C., December 26, 1907. The return address for the school is Marden Building, 507 E. Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. There is another postmark for McKinney on December 28 on the back.
[Letter and receipts from Don Baker to Dick Peeples regarding Texas Penal Code 21.06]
Letter and accompanying receipts from Don Baker to Dick Peeples regarding expenses incurred in support of Texas Penal Code Case 21.06.
[Letter and sticky note: Sharon Boyd to Ms. Woody]
A letter from Sharon Boyd to Ms. Woody asking for support for her bid for the Dallas City Council. Includes handwritten markings and a sticky note explaining their origin.
[Letter: ARC research volunteer to William Waybourn]
Letter from an ARC volunteer to William Waybourn about a treatment for AIDS.
[Letter: Attorney Constance Fouts to Joseph Ashmore]
Faxed copy of a letter from Attorney Constance Fouts to Joseph Ashmore expressing surprise over his position as a creditor to Mark Williams Nelson.
[Letter, August 5, 1917]
Letter dated August 5, 1917 discussing the recipient's vacation in Denver and the writer's plan to join them there, as well as the recent news from home. The letter is addressed to "My dear Dubbies," and signed "Lovingly, Dubbie."
[Letter: Benard M. Stoller Attorney and Counselor]
A cease and desist letter from attorney Bernard M. Stoller on behalf of Lorlee Bartos' accusations from Sharon Boyd.
[Letter: Bernard M. Stoller to Sharon Boyd]
Letter from Attorney Bernard Stoller to Sharon Boyd with allegations of libel and slander regarding Lorlee Bartos.
[Letter: Bill Clinton to Human Rights Campaign Fund]
Letter from presidential candidate to the Human Rights Campaign Foundation clarifying his reviews on gay and lesbian rights.
[Letter: Bill Nelson, City Council]
A letter from Bill Nelson to his aunt and uncle, thanking them for contributing to the campaign.
[Letter: Bill Nelson, Triland]
A letter from Bill Nelson's campaign addressing zoning issue that Dallas neighborhoods are facing.
[Letter: Bill Nelson's Schedule]
A letter from Bill Nelson discussing his schedule and expressing some of his recent emotions and frustrations.
[Letter: Bill to Mike]
A letter from Bill Nelson to Mike discussing his time abroad on a cruise.
[Letter by Barbara Jordan to Don Baker]
A type letter written Barbara Jordan thanking Donald F. Baker for his invitation for a Section 21.06 fundraiser but was unable to go due to her teaching commitments at the University of Texas at Austin.