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Texas Register, Volume 47, Number28, Pages 4027-4206, July 15, 2022

Description: A weekly publication, the Texas Register serves as the journal of state agency rulemaking for Texas. Information published in the Texas Register includes proposed, adopted, withdrawn and emergency rule actions, notices of state agency review of agency rules, governor's appointments, attorney general opinions, and miscellaneous documents such as requests for proposals. After adoption, these rulemaking actions are codified into the Texas Administrative Code.
Date: July 15, 2022
Creator: Texas. Secretary of State.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Credit Union Department Newsletter, Number 07-20, July 2020

Description: Monthly newsletter of the Texas Credit Union Department containing departmental news and announcements, deadlines, and other information of importance to credit unions. Information provided covers CDFI guarantee bond program, FFIEC announces cyber security assessments, and policies and procedures
Date: July 15, 2020
Creator: Texas. Credit Union Department.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Funeral Program for Mr. Aguila McGrew, Jr., July 5, 2018]

Description: Funeral program for Mr. Aguila McGrew, Jr., born May 10, 1928 and died June 23, 2018. The funeral was held July 5, 2018 at Mt. Zion First Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. Otis I. Mitchell. Funeral arrangements were made through the Lewis Funeral Home and he was buried in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas.
Date: July 15, 2018
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[TXSSAR members in uniform at service]

Description: Photograph of the members of TXSSAR in uniform and standing at the front of a church for a memorial service at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Houston, Texas. The members were gathered for the Houston Congress and are holding their chapter flags.
Date: July 15, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Interview With Willa Mei Kurland and Charlotte Cotter, 2016]

Description: Interview of Willa Mei Kurland and Charlotte Cotter (they interview each other), discussing their upcoming trip to China to search for their birth parents. They shares their first steps posting on social media and that Willa had begun contact with her foster family and that Charlotte has had a family step forward as her birth family. Both Willa and Charlotte shares their thoughts on searching with another person and the possibility of having different outcomes. They concurrently maintained a blog where they each shared their experiences regarding the trip and birth parent search and this interview took place after they began their search but before their trip to China.
Date: July 15, 2016
Duration: 28 minutes 26 seconds
Creator: Kurland, Willa Mei & Cotter, Charlotte
Partner: St. Edward’s University
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Oral History Interview with Agustin Loredo, July 15, 2016

Description: Agustin Loredo was born in Baytown, Texas in 1974 and comes from a family with long ties to the area. In the 1930s, several family members, including his father, were repatriated even though they were U.S. citizens. Loredo grew up with stories (that he later researched as a college student at UH) about the vibrant Mexican American community in Baytown, including stories of fiestas patrias and Guadalupe Church, the hub for the community. In 1996, he attended the University of Houston, where he enrolled in courses taught by the Center for Mexican American Studies (CMAS). These courses sparked his interest in the culture, history, and eventually encouraged his community involvement. After he spent some time in Austin, he returned to Baytown in the early 2000s. After the Luis Alfonso Torres police incident in 2002, Loredo met Fred Aguilar, and became involved in the marches and protests that followed. Loredo witnessed the coalition of African Americans and Latinos to help the youth of Baytown. He then became a member of the West Baytown Homeowners Association and a board member for the Promise Center (led by Aguilar). A teacher at South Houston High School, he is an advocate for Mexican American Studies not only in his school but also across the state of Texas. Loredo also joined the Librotraficante Caravan to Tucson in (2012 or 2013). He currently serves as a board member for the Goose Creek Independent School District, where he is an advocate for the Latino student population and has led several efforts, including the naming of schools after community heroes and the institution of ethnic studies classes.
Date: July 15, 2016
Duration: 2 hours 1 minute 24 seconds
Creator: Enriquez, Sandra; Rodriguez, Samantha & Loredo, Agustin
Partner: TCU Mary Couts Burnett Library
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