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[Letter: Foundation of Human Understanding]
A letter from Dennis Vercher to Charles Domingues, of the Foundation for Human Understanding, clarifying a discrepancy over the filing of a EEOC complaint form.
[Letter from Charles B. Moore to William Dodd, September 10,1889]
This postcard is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Charles to William Dodd in Gallatin, Tennessee. Moore is writing from a hotel in Nashville. He details what the family has been doing in Nashville and who they have seen during their stay. He mentions that he has not been able to sleep and decided to write the family cards to give them an update on the Moore family's goings-on.
[Letter from envelope addressed to C. B. Moore, November 10, 1897]
Envelope address to Charles B. Moore in Chambersville, Texas from Mary Moore in Gallatin, Tennessee. The postal mark is dated November 10.1897.
[Letter from Lynn Carroll to Dennis Vercher, January 28, 1998]
Response letter from attorney Lynn Carroll to Dennis Vercher regarding a "Pending Custody Matter," a copy of a petition, and temporary order from the Kaufman versus Coughlin suit.
[Letter from S. White to Claude and Linnet White, May 17, 1903]
Letter from Claude White's parents to Claude and Linnet talking about crops and family news. Includes envelope.
[A Letter: League of United Latin American Citizens]
A letter from the League of United Latin American Citizens to the Dallas County Commissioners Court about a derogatory remark made by a court bailiff about a rape victim.
[Letter & Newspaper Article: Gay Voter Analysis Article]
A letter from "Keen" at the Washington Blade to Dennis Vercher with an attached newspaper article from the Washington Blade about a nationwide survey of gays and who they plan on voting for in the presidential election.
[Letter & Statement: HIV Travel Policy]
A letter and press release from the Sixth International Conference on AIDS addressing the government policy about keeping persons with HIV/AIDS.
[Letter: Support Ken Molberg]
A letter from the Lesbian/ Gay Political Coalition of Dallas asking for their supporters to also support Ken Molberg rather than his opponent, Lyndon LaRouche, who's advocated for persons with HIV/AIDS to be quarantined.
[Letter: The Episcopal Church of Saint Thomas the Apostle]
A letter from Reverend Ted Karpf of the Episcopal Church of Saint Thomas to the congregation about stepping down from his position as rector and resigning.
[Letter: The Washington Blade]
A letter from The Washington Blade's editor, Lisa Keen, to Dennis Vercher thanking him for participating in the national poll that will be used for gay news publications around the country.
[Letter to Gloria Goodwin]
A letter from Gray Davis of Burrough Wellcome Co. to Gloria Goodwin discussing a zidovudine-acyclovir trial in the clinic where Goodwin works.
[Letter to Lyndon Turner About MCC Music]
Statement that appears to be a draft letter to Lyndon Turner discussing the AA services and the music present at the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) in Dallas.
[Letter to the Editor]
A letter to the editor from Dale Wesley Biddy, the man who burned down the Dallas Gay Alliance, AIDS Resource Center, Round-Up Saloon, and Union Jack.
[Letter with Handwritten Notes: Open Records Decision]
A typed letter with handwritten notes from Jesus Toscano to Jim Mattox discussing William Waybourn, of the Dallas Gay Alliance, requesting access to the training protocol and curriculum of the Dallas Police Department
[Letter with Signature: Formal Request - Dallas Gay Alliance]
A typed letter from the Dallas Gay Alliance formally requesting access to the records pertaining to curriculum and training of the Dallas Police Department.
Leucemia
This article deals with Jose Vazquez and the struggle that he and his family face because of leukemia. Both the original Spanish article and the English translation are included.
[Library Card]
Library card for Gurley Presbyterian Sabbath School. The card is issued to Irene Redway, under the direction of her teacher Miss Hirst. The front of the card contains call numbers for books wanted, and the back of the card contains directions for using the card.
Ligas de futbol en Fort Worth atraen cada vez mas aficionados
This article describes how the growth of the Hispanic community in the city of Fort Worth has led to increase in the fan base for local soccer leagues. Both the original Spanish article and the English translation are included.
[List of Additions to the Role, October 20, 1864]
Names added to the role: J. Plank, R. B. Way, Decker, L.L. Anderson, Wm. Mc Farland, Becker, S. C. Case, H. Brown, etc.
[List of birth months]
List of birth dates of Wallace family members from 1752 to 1798. Last name is partly missing as is the rest of the page.
[List of business items, undated]
A list of business items from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The list includes the following items: watch repairing; spectacle repair; watch guard; fiddle strings; bolting cloth; two guards of no. 7; four guards of no. 9; two guards of no. 5; two boxes of star candles; a parlor stove; hat or cap; post office stamps; diary for 1853; better envelopes; a buggy harness; and grist mill. On the reverse side of the list are calculations and handwritten notes.
[List of Cheer Dallas Fundraisers, Events, Performances, Awards]
Text document listing the dates and locations of fundraisers, events, performances, and awards related to Cheer Dallas from 1993 to 1999.
[List of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage from John W. Alexander, April 5, 1865]
List of clothing, camp and garrison equipage from John W. Alexander to H. K. Redway. Items include: hats, jackets, coats, trousers, shirts, drawers, boots, stockings, ponchos, canteens, shelter tents.
[List of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage from John W. Alexander, April 22, 1865]
List of clothing, camp and garrison equipage from John W. Alexander to H. K. Redway. Items include: hats, trousers, drawers, shirts, boots, stockings, ponchos, canteens, shelter tents.
[List of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage from John W. Alexander, December 16, 1864]
List of clothing, camp and garrison equipage from John W. Alexander to H. K. Redway. Items include: caps, jackets, blouse, shirts, drawers, boots, stockings, coats, woolen blankets, and shelter tents.
[List of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage from John W. Alexander, January 10, 1865]
List of clothing, camp and garrison equipage from John W. Alexander to H. K. Redway. Items include: cross sabres, figure one, and letter F.
[List of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage from John W. Alexander,June 20, 1865]
List of clothing, camp and garrison equipage from John W. Alexander to H. K. Redway. Items include: hats, jackets, trousers, shirts, drawers, boots, stockings, blankets, coats, coats, canteens, ponchos, shelter tents.
[List of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage from John W. Alexander, May 10, 1865]
List of clothing, camp and garrison equipage from John W. Alexander to H. K. Redway. Items include: hats, jackets, drawers, trousers, shirts, boots, stockings, coats, ponchos, tents, and canteens.
[List of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage from W. F. Gilluy, January,1866]
List of clothing, camp and garrison equipage from W. F. Gilluy to H. K. Redway. Items include: tent equipment, axes & hatchets, camp kettles, sabres.
[List of clothing, camp, and garrison equipage, September 30, 1864]
List of clothing, camp, and garrison equipage delivered to the commanding officer of "F" Company, First New York Veteran Cavalry. The clothing and equipment was delivered to this company's commanding officer by Lt. Robert Troup while the company was stationed at Camp Stoneman in Washington, D.C. The list details that Lt. Troup delivered two pairs of drawers, one blanket, one rubber poncho, half of a shelter tent, and one canteen to this company. The price of the equipment is included in this list. The document is dated September 30, 1864.
[List of clothing, camp, and garrison equipage, September 30, 1864]
List of clothing, camp, and garrison equipage delivered to the commanding officer of "F" Company, First New York Veteran Cavalry. The clothing and equipment was delivered to this company's commanding officer by Lt. Robert Troup while the company was stationed at Camp Stoneman in Washington, D.C. The list details that Lt. Troup delivered two pairs of drawers, one blanket, one rubber poncho, half of a shelter tent, and one canteen to this company. The price of the equipment is included in this list. The document is dated September 30, 1864.
[List of clothing, no date]
Partial page of list of clothing stores. Only one column of the form is used and seems to possibly be a price list for items of clothing and equipage, including forage caps ($1.00), woolen blankets ($7.00),bugles ($3.65), and flannel sack coats ($4.80). There are no dates or names on the fragment, but it is probably from New York Volunteer Cavalry in 1864 or 1865.
[List of equipment retained by discharged soldiers, July 1868]
Articles of camp and garrison equipage retained by discharged men from Company F, 1st New York Volunteer Veterans Cavalry, in obdience to Order No. 114. Articles are: 47 canteens, 1 bugle with cord and tassel, 43 haversacks, etc.
[List of expenses for trip, June 27-29, 1865]
A list of expenses for a trip from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It includes tickets and fees, as well as daily traveling expenses. The dates of the listed expenses are from June 27 to June 29.
[List of Men and Money Paid]
List of men and the amount paid to help Lt. Ridway pay the band.
[List of men in the First Regiment of the New York Veteran Cavalry, January 23, 1864]
List of the men in the First regiment of the N. Y. Veteran Cavalry who have been paid one month's advance from the date of their enlistment during the week of January 23, 1864.
[List of Monies Received, May 1868 through February 1869]
List of money paid to Charles B. Moore from May 14, 1868 to February 15, 1869. Watermark on paper: "Erasable; Plover Bond; 25% Cotton Fiber; USA"
[List of Names]
List of names and types of units. On back is a map.
[List of Names]
A list of about 19 names. The reverse side contains a stamp reading, "CB Moore Chambersville Tex jan97."
[List of Names and Armaments]
List of names and armaments.
[List of Names and Equipment]
List of names and equipment
[List of Names and Equipment, December,1864]
List of names and equipment.
[List of Names with Receipt on Back]
The front page of this object has a list of names with corresponding cities, counties, and states. The back is a note of payment received for $1 from the secretary of Moore to P.M. Bryam of Texas.
[List of needed supplies]
Lists names with supplies needed by each individual.
[List of needed supplies, September 15, 1864]
List of needed supplies of jackets, pants, drawers, shirts, blouses, socks, boots, blankets, ponchos, hats, caps, canteens, etc.
[List of needed supplies, September 15, 1864]
List of needed supplies, such as jackets, pants, drawers, shirts, blouses, socks, boots, blankets, ponchos, hats, caps, canteens and tents.
[List of needed supplies, September 17, 1864]
List of needed supplies of jackets, pants, drawers, shirts, blouses, socks, boots, blankets, ponchos, hats, caps, canteens, etc.
[List of needed supplies, September 17, 1864]
List of needed supplies, such as jackets, pants, blouses, shirts, drawers, socks, boots, hats, caps, blankets, ponchos, tents, and canteens.
[List of needed supplies, September 22, 1864]
List of needed supplies of coats, jackets, blouses, pants, drawers, shirts, socks, boots, hats, caps, blankets, ponchos, tent, canteens.