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Texas Register, Volume 45, Number 39, Pages 6625-6814, September 25, 2020

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 Information published in the Texas Register includes proposed, adopted, withdrawn and emergency rule actions, notices of state agency review of agency rules, governor's appointments, attorney general opinions, and miscellaneous documents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: September 25, 2020
Creator: Texas. Secretary of State.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Texas Register, Volume 45, Number 38, Pages 6407-6624, September 18, 2020

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 Information published in the Texas Register includes proposed, adopted, withdrawn and emergency rule actions, notices of state agency review of agency rules, governor's appointments, attorney general opinions, and miscellaneous documents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: September 18, 2020
Creator: Texas. Secretary of State.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[9/11 memorial on UNT Union lawn]

Description: Photograph of small American flags placed on the lawn of the UNT University Union as a memorial for the people who were killed in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Jesús Morales's sculpture, Shield, is also visible on the lawn.
Date: September 11, 2020
Creator: Esparza, Anna
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Texas Register, Volume 45, Number 37, Pages 6293-6406, September 11, 2020

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 Information published in the Texas Register includes proposed, adopted, withdrawn and emergency rule actions, notices of state agency review of agency rules, governor's appointments, attorney general opinions, and miscellaneous documents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: September 11, 2020
Creator: Texas. Secretary of State.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Texas Register, Volume 45, Number 36, Pages 6157-6292, September 4, 2020

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: September 4, 2020
Creator: Texas. Secretary of State.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Federico Villalba Historical Marker

Description: Texas Historical Commision Marker Located in the Terlingua, TX Cemetery. Text reads: "Villalba family tradition traces their lineage to Algiers where several generations were members of the Order of Santiago. In 1764, Federico's great-grandfather, Juan Villalba, traveled to New Spain (Mexico). He founded Rancho Villalba in 1773 near present-day Aldama, Chihuahua, where Federico Villalba was born in 1858. Federico left his family's ranch and moved to San Carlos near the U.S.-Mexico border. He set up a store, selling rope, leather goods and sundries; it soon became important in San Carlos, and eventually supplied the military in the area. In the early 1880s, Villalba expanded his business interests into Texas. He settled in an area he called Cerro Villalba and opened a store. In 1889, Federico married Maria Cortez and began purchasing land. In 1902, Villalba located an outcrop of cinnabar, a mineral that produces mercury, and became the first Hispanic in the county to file a mining claim. Villalba, Tiburcio de la Rosa, D. Alarcon, and William study entered into a partnership that covered six parcels of twenty-one acres each, including what became known as the study butte mine. The Associated Mining Community took on the mine's name (Study Butte), as did Villalba's store (Study Butte Store). With a growing family, Federico built a larger house on his property along Terlingua Creek and named it Rancho Barras. Villalba amassed large tracts of land, including 15 sections in block G-4, with holdings extending from Burro Mesa to Terlingua Creek. During his life, Federico gained a reputation as a businessman and rancher, and as an advocate for Mexican Americans of the Big Bend. Villalba died of natural causes in 1933 on his ranch and is buried in Terlingua Cemetery. Federico and his legacy embody the spirit of a Texas pioneer. (2014) Marker ...
Date: September 27, 2019
Creator: Hicks, William
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Gonzo Grave Terlingua Cemetery

Description: Grave in Terlingua Cemetery. Marker reads: "GONZO Mark J. Lemke Arrived: 1/5/56 Departed: 5/14/07 Live Life Large" Memorialized with buddah statues, prayer flags, flowers, an oar, assorted broken pottery.
Date: September 27, 2019
Creator: Hicks, William
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Partner: UNT Libraries

Texas Register, Volume 44, Number 39, Pages 5449-5678, September 27, 2019

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: September 27, 2019
Creator: Texas. Secretary of State.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

World Famous Clay Henry Mayor of Lajitas

Description: Photograph of a goat pen located on the north side of Highway 170 in Lajitas, TX near Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park. A sign reads: "World Famous Clay Henry Mayor of Lajitas." Clay Henry IV is visible in the foreground while an unidentified companion goat can be observed in the background.
Date: September 27, 2019
Creator: Hicks, William
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Partner: UNT Libraries