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[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 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 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: 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: Cedar Springs Flower Market to Razzle Dazzle Dallas]
Letter from a local business to Razzle Dazzle Dallas supporting its location on their street despite the objections of other merchants.
[Letter: Cedar Springs Merchants to Razzle Dazzle Dallas]
Letter from Cedar Springs Merchants to Razzle Dazzle Dallas objecting to the annual street party as bad for their businesses.
[Letter: City of Dallas to Dallas Tavern Guild]
Letter from City of Dallas to the Dallas Tavern Guild about a plaque for the organization's work on city parks and research about introduction of diseases into the park system.
[Letter: Craig McDaniel supporters to Robert Hayes]
Letter from several supporters of Craig McDaniel to Robert Hayes asking for campaign donations.
[Letter: Crossroads Market to Dennis Vercher]
Letter from local business to Dennis Vercher defending the Cedar Springs Merchants' move to relocate Razzle Dazzle Dallas.
[Letter: Dallas Councilwoman Lori Palmer to chair of State Commission on Judicial Misconduct]
Letter from Dallas councilwoman to chair of State Commission on Judicial Misconduct supporting the removal of Judge Jack Hampton.
[Letter: Dallas Gay Alliance to Dallas Parks Department]
Letter from the Dallas Gay Alliance to the Dallas Parks Department Director Frank Wise for his disapproval of A Living Tribute project.
[Letter: Dallas Gay Alliance to its members]
Letter from the Dallas Gay Alliance to its members updating them on the status of their current projects as well as inviting their help on new ones.
[Letter: Dallas Gay Alliance to This Week in Texas]
Letter from the Dallas Gay Alliance to This Week in Texas showing appreciation for those that have supporting the organization's case against Parkland Hospital.
[Letter: Dallas Tavern Guild to Razzle Dazzle Dallas]
Letter from the Dallas Tavern Guild to Razzle Dazzle Dallas supporting the location of the annual street celebration.
[Letter: Dallas Voice]
A letter from Dennis Vercher, editor of the Dallas Voice newspaper, requesting permission to cover the Gay Games IV (1994) events with Scott Mackey.
[Letter: Do you know who owns this boarded-up crime trap?]
A letter from Ed Oakley's campaign showing pictures of a poorly maintained building owned by Oakley's opponent, Craig McDaniel, and providing reasons why Oakley is the better community member and candidate.
[Letter: Don Baker to Alan]
Letter from Don Baker to Alan.
[Letter: Dr. Richard Mohr to the Dallas Voice]
Letter from Dr. Richard Mohr to the Dallas Voice requesting a copy of an upcoming article on his speech.
Letter draft (partial) to Mr. Bancroft, 28 March 1889
Partial draft letter from Mary Jones, widow of the last president of the Republic of Texas. The original letter is housed in the University of North Texas Archives.
Letter draft (partial) to Mr. Bancroft, 1887
Partial draft letter from Mary Jones, widow of the last president of the Republic of Texas. The original letter is housed in the University of North Texas Archives.
[Letter: Election laws violation]
A letter from Sharon Boyd, city council member, to Robert Sloan, city secretary, discussing a card that was mailed to Dallas Democrats that was in violation of elections laws because it did not have a legitimate return address and had no political disclaimer.
[Letter for Mrs. White, October 23, 1912]
Letter to Mrs. Linnet White. She says that the past summer was her busiest and shortest, even when the girls were babies. She will tell Linnet about camping later. She had help from Mrs. Chambers, who is now in California. The family sale happened Saturday and almost everything went wrong. The weather was bad. But they had a good time.
[Letter Fragment]
Letter fragment written by an unknown author discussing farm work. It is not addressed to anyone, but it was written at 6:30 in the morning. The top and bottom edges of the page are torn.
[Letter fragment, c.1899]
Letter fragment that describes a miniature windmill that can be sen in motion with warmed air.
[Letter from 1991 March on Austin Committee]
Letter from the 1991 March on Austin Committee to its members announcing a full membership meeting.
[Letter from 1st Lieutenant Hamilton K. Redway to Captain E. G. Marshall, October 7, 1863]
Letter from First Lieutenant Hamilton K. Redway to Captain E. G. Marshall, the Mustering and Distributing Officer, requesting that Marshall muster into service "New York State Volunteers stationed at Geneva N.Y."
[Letter from A. A. Glisson to Claude D. White, September 23, 1908]
Letter from A. A. Glisson of the Fort Worth & Denver City Railway Company to Claude D. White discussing rates and routes for Mr. White to travel to Blair, Oklahoma. The letter is typed on the company's letterhead, and there is a graph on the left side of the page titled "Profile of Fort Worth & Denver City and Colorado & Southern Railways, Showing Altitudes attained enroute from Texas to Colorado." A map of the Denver Road printed on the back. There is an envelope addressed to Mr. C. D. White in McKinney. There is postmark on the back for McKinney, Texas, September 25, 1908.
[Letter from A.D. Kennard to his brother, January 4, 1861]
Letter from A.D. Kennard to his brother discussing his mother staying with Mr. Fanthorp. He mentions that his wife and children have been visiting in Houston. The crop failures are causing him financial difficulty and his legal work goes well, but people can't pay because of the crop failure. He shows his support for secession, he expresses wishes for the return of the "Lone Star Republic," and he discusses his unhappiness with a "Black Republican President."
[Letter from A. E. Summers, March 17, 1865]
Gen. W. Sickls of the company is sick, also John G. Sitwell and William Farmer.
[Letter from A. E. Trent to Linnet Moore White, September 12, 1904]
Letter from A. E. Trent to Linnet Moore White giving information on the family's health, the weather, and the activities of Ruth White. The letter from Mattie Franklin is discussed. The the crops, canning, and the fate of the chickens are discussed.
[Letter from A. E. Wallace to H. S. Moore, December 10, 1892 ]
Letter from Abe Wallace to Henry Moore in which Abe asks to borrow $100.00 at 10% interest.
[Letter from A. F. Rockwell to H. K. Redway, January 3,1866]
The appointment of Second lieutenant in the 6th U. S. Colored Cavalry for Hamilton K. Redway. He is to show up at Little Rock Arkansas.
[Letter from A.G. Lee, February 15, 1865]
Letter from A. G. Lee about transportation furnished for Moses Saporius Private of Redway's company from Rochester to Baltimore at the cost of $7.30.
[Letter from A. L. Priest to Claude D. White and family, May 29, 1910]
Letter from Ashford L. Priest to Claude D. White in which he sends best wishes for "little Miss Ruth White." He also discusses the crops and his garden. A note was added by "E & W" to send their best wishes for the "dear little baby."
[Letter from A. S. Ashmead to the Paymaster General, August 11, 1864]
Letter to the Paymaster General that transportation was furnished to Baltimore MD for Joseph Freeman at the cost of $2.06.
[Letter from A. S. Hardaway to Claude and Linnet Moore White, May 16, 1909]
Letter from A. S. Hardaway to Claude and Linnet White in which the hardships of cold weather and drought have cut down on the prospects for good crops. The new baby is discussed. His wife is unwell. He has been fishing and is planning to work for wages.
[Letter from Addison Wilson to Charles B. Moore, September 1, 1861]
Letter from Addison Wilson to Charles B. Moore discussing recent news of family and friends, local elections, farming, and the weather. There is an envelope addressed to C. B. Moore in Parris, Lamar County, Texas. It is postmarked McKinney, Texas. According to the note written in the bottom left corner, the letter was received on September 12, 1861.