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[Letter from Truett Latimer to C. A. Ritter, March 6, 1957]

Description: Letter from Truett Latimer to C. A. Ritter discussing a petition Ritter signed proposing a constitutional amendment that would allow people to vote to redivide the commissioner precincts in their counties. Latimer explains the process an amendment would have to go through and advocates instead for his proposal to allot two commissioners to the city of Abilene and two commissioners to the rest of the county.
Date: March 6, 1957
Creator: Latimer, Truett
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Truett Latimer to Tom Todd, April 26, 1957]

Description: Letter from Truett Latimer to Tom Todd discussing House BIll 820, a copy of which Latimer has enclosed with his letter. Latimer writes that the bill has passed House and Senate and that he does not believe the amendment deleting certain portions will harm the legislation.
Date: April 26, 1957
Creator: Latimer, Truett
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Personal Statement of Truett Latimer]

Description: First-person statement made by Truett Latimer summarizing his educational background growing up in Lueders and attending Hardin-Simmons University, describing his career in insurance and tenure as a state legislator, and making a statement about the growth of Abilene and the need for an "educated, thinking populace."
Date: 1952~
Creator: Latimer, Truett
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter to Truett Latimer, March 17, 1953]

Description: Letter sent to Truett Latimer requesting that he use his influence in support of House Bill 42, also known as the Clean Competition Act, in order to help small business owners. The letter appears to to have one or more pages missing.
Date: March 17, 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support HB 216 in order to give teachers a $600 pay increase. Below, there are 12 signatures with both addresses and occupations listed for all but two.
Date: Spring 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support HB 216 in order to give teachers a $600 pay increase. Below, there are 20 signatures with addresses and occupations listed for all of them.
Date: Spring 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216 and SB 24]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Bill 216 and Senate Bill 24 in order to raise the salaries of teachers with Bachelors degrees to a minimum of $3,000, follow by three listed reason as to why the group supports the measure. Below, there are 14 signatures with addresses listed for all of them.
Date: Spring 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216 and SB 24]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Bill 216 and Senate Bill 24 in order to raise the salaries of teachers with Bachelors degrees to a minimum of $3,000, follow by three listed reason as to why the group supports the measure. Below, there are 15 signatures with addresses listed for all but 3 of them.
Date: Spring 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216 and SB 24]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Bill 216 and Senate Bill 24 in order to raise the salaries of teachers with Bachelors degrees to a minimum of $3,000, follow by three listed reason as to why the group supports the measure. Below, there are 29 signatures with addresses listed in smaller handwriting for all but two of them.
Date: March 27, 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HJR 34]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Joint Resolution 34 which would eliminate the ad valorem tax on motor vehicles. Below, there are 12 signatures with addresses listed for all.
Date: Spring 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Bill 216 for the purpose of raising teachers' salaries to a base pay of $3000. Below, there are 19 signatures with addresses listed for all, and their occupation listed for all but one.
Date: March 25, 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Bill 216 for the purpose of raising teachers' salaries to a base pay of $3000. Below, there are 36 signatures with addresses listed for all but two.
Date: March 26, 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216 and SB 24]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Bill 216 and Senate Bill 24 in order to raise the salaries of teachers with Bachelors degrees to a minimum of $3,000, and asking fro his opposition to the Bradshaw Bill and The Kilgore Bill (HB 3). Below, there are 19 signatures with addresses listed for each of them.
Date: Spring 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Petition in Support of Texas HB 216 and SB 24]

Description: Petition with a brief statement asking representative Latimer to support House Bill 216 and Senate Bill 24 in order to raise the salaries of teachers with Bachelors degrees to a minimum of $3,000, and asking fro his opposition to the Bradshaw Bill and The Kilgore Bill (HB 3). Below, there are 4 signatures with addresses.
Date: March 27, 1953
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library