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Governor William P. Clements, Jr. - Official State Papers, 2nd Term

  • 1280
  • Coleção
  • 1987-1991

This collection documents the activities of the second gubernational term of William P. Clements, Jr., 1987-1991.  Materials are textual and largely consist of correspondence, memoranda, speeches, clippings, agendas, publications, reports, committee testimony, and press releases.

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Governor William P. Clements, Jr. - Official State Papers, 1st Term

  • C000047
  • Coleção
  • 1979-1983

This collection documents the activities of the first gubernatioral term of William P. Clements, Jr., 1979-1983.  Materials are texual and largely consist of correspondence, memoranda, speeches, clippings, agendas, plublications, reports, committee testimony, and press releases.

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Rita Crocker Clements Personal Papers

  • TxAM-CRS 1322
  • Coleção

The Rita Crocker Clements papers include considerable correspondence, clippings, speeches, daily schedules, block calendars, reports, brochures, pamphlets, leaflets, photographs, and a variety of other types of materials that document the her career as an active Republican Party member and club member as well as an advocate for education, historical preservation, women’s issues, and other matters during nearly fifty years of the 20th century.

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Media Fanzine Collection

  • TxAM-CRS C000150
  • Coleção
  • 1961 - 2022

The Media Fanzine Collection is comprised of numerous pre-Internet fan-produced publications that document their involvement in a particular fandom. Fandoms are based around media productions such as movies (i.e. the Star Wars film series) or television shows (i.e. Star Trek in its various iterations). Although traditionally most media fandoms involve productions from the science fiction and fantasy genres, there are numerous exceptions.

The majority of the contents in this collection consists of fan fiction. Fan fiction is the name given to literary or artistic productions created by fans about the characters, settings and events of the media universe in which they are interested. A substantial portion of the fanworks in the Media Fanzine Collection is identified as "slash”. "Slash" refers to fanworks that feature same-sex relationships and are sometimes (though not always) sexually explicit. In slash, sexual identity, sexuality and/or romance are often the centers of the story, rather than the conventional adventures featured in more traditional fanworks.

A small portion of the collection consists of "het" material. "Het", like slash, refers to fanworks featuring sexual or romantic content, but with opposite-sex relationships.

Slash and het items are identified as such on the item folder. If an item is not identified as slash or het, it is to be assumed that the item is “gen” (containing no sexual or romantic content. Both slash and het items have been specifically identified because of their importance as highly visible fan fiction subcultures. (s) indicates slash material. (h) indicates het material.

Fanzines are organized alphabetically by fandom name, and thereunder by title. The term “Multimedia” refers to anthologies of material from different fandoms. The term “Crossover” refers to stories in which characters from one or more media universes interact with those from another. (For example, a story in which Mal Reynolds' ship Serenity passed through a wormhole and encountered Captain James T. Kirk's U.S.S. Enterprise would be a Firefly/Star Trek crossover.)

The October 2016 Addendum includes several "friend books", tiny zines used by pre-teens and teens in the 1970s and 1980s as a way of finding other like-minded fans in the pre-Internet era. Some "friend books" were sized small enough to fit into an international envelope (2-3 inches), and consisted of no more than a few pages. The covers were pages cut from magazines or advertisement and were stapled or taped into a booklet shape. Many were multi-fandom, but some focused on single fandoms like Star Wars. Fans would write their name and address, and list their interests. The book would then passed along to the next fan. When the booklet was filled it was to be mailed back to the original fan. Often times questions were asked (ex: Who is your favorite Star Wars character?)

There are several additional items, including materials from genre conventions, ads and flyers, professional publications that relate to various fandoms, and various items of printed realia.

Sub-Series 1 of the Georgia Barnes Addendum contains maps of the Star Trek universe, and has therefore been filed with other items in the Maps Of Imaginary Places Collection.

Audio-Visual Materials

The collection also contains non-print materials. There are a significant number of fanvids in the collection (and the fandoms for those vids are noted in the finding aid). There are also several DVDs that contain recordings of fanfiction podcasts, from a number of different fandoms.

On Star Trek

Since 1966 there have been 5 non-animated television iterations of the television franchise Star Trek. Each one has its own dedicated fandom (although certainly many Trekkers are fans of multiple series), and each one has a generally accepted denotation. Those denotations are used in this collection, as follows:

Star Trek [TOS] refers to the original series(1966-1969).

Star Trek [TNG] refers to Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994).

Star Trek [DS9] refers to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999).

Star Trek [VGR] refers to Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001).

Star Trek [ENT] refers to Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005).

On The Professionals Circuit Archive:

There are several boxes of fanfiction from The Professionals Circuit Archive. The Circuit Archive is a singular form of fannish creative association, that for The Professionals fans actually predates the creation of more typical zines. In a standard fanzine distribution, a fan or group of fans will write, edit and publish a fanzine, and the publication will be printed and made available for sale. With The Professionals fandom, things began much more informally. Fans would place their stories 'on the circuit'. That is, they would write their stories and then produce photocopies; the copies would then be circulated among one another via standard mail. In time, certain fans began collecting copies together into 'circuit libraries'. Interested fans could become members of these informal lending libraries, and would receive titles on request, which they could read and /or photocopy and then return to the library. Although, in time, The Professionals fans began producing zines in the same ways that other fans did, much of the fanfiction remained (and remains) on the circuit.

By the late 1980s, two large circuit libraries were in place: one in Great Britain, and another in the United States. They enjoyed considerable overlap in their contents, but because of geographical distance and the informality of circuit distribution did not duplicate each other. In the early 1990s, as zines started entering the electronic era, fans began working to convert the vast number of paper stories into an electronic format that would encourage and increase access (as well as help preserve the much-used paper originals). In 1996, the Circuit Archive went online and continues to periodically increase its contents with new stories. The Circuit Archive, sprung from humble beginnings, now holds more than 1000 individual stories, which form the backbone of The Professionals creative fandom.

To quote Morgan Dawn, "the circuit library in the Professionals fandom is a unique tradition of women writing and sharing fan fiction (often anonymously) without going through the editorial and fanzine publication process. In many ways, it is the precursor to the fan fiction on the Internet where people would read a story, photo-copy it and send it on to someone else, and then write a response story, copy that and mail it on in an endless flow...and because The Professionals was a UK show, you have the unique situation where this communication was crossing both cultural and geographic barriers." Stories in these folders include both gen and slash.

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Flamingo February 2024 Addendum

The Professionals

A Throw of the Dice
[Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: Wally, auth., May 1991] [s]

Truth To Tell
[Deathless Pros Press: August 1995] [s]

Unprofessional Conduct #11
[Gryphon Press: November 2000] [s]

Unprofessional Conduct #12
[Gryphon Press: May 2003] [s]

Variations on the Theme of B and D
[Keynote Press: M.C. Gibson, ed., October 1997] [s]

Walking in the Moonlight (You and I)
[Friends Will Be Friends Press: S. Fetter, C. Hunterton, D. Duck, L. Neel, and S, Liebold, ed., October 1989] [s]

Wine Dark Nexus
[Undated] [s] [A/U] -Missing pages 11 - 16

Whatever We Are, You Made Us!
[IDP Press: D. Norris, ed., October 1999] [s] [A/U]

Without Prejudice
[J. Parkinson, auth., undated] [s]

The Sentinel

Bedtime Stories #1
[Agent With Style: Lady Ra, auth., May 2006] [g]

Detour
[Almost Foolproof Press: E. Brunson, auth., October 1999] [s]

Essential Sentinel #1
[Secret Pleasures Press: Undated] [s]

Essential Sentinel #2
[Secret Pleasures Press: November 2000] [s]

Essential Sentinel #3
[Secret Pleasures Press: 2001] [s]

Essential Sentinel #5
[Secret Pleasures Press: J. Hindman, ed., October 2002] [s]

Extra Touchy Frisky #2
[Almost Foolproof Press: A. Teitelbaum and D. Fisher, ed., May 1997] [s]

Extra Touchy Frisky #6
[Almost Foolproof Press: A. Teitelbaum and D. Fisher, ed., May 1999] [s]

Tales of Cascade
[Devious Developments Press: September 2003] [s]

Transfiguration
[Duet Press: Stormy Stormheller, auth., May 2005] [s] [A/U]

Starsky and Hutch

Above and Beyond
[K. Hanna Korossey and Cathee Kancel, ed., 1996] [g]

Other Materials

Fanzine ads, 1993, undated

Flamingo February 2024 Addendum

The Professionals

Fantazine #4
[The Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: April/May 1992] [s] [A/U]

Flood Tide
[The Nut Hatch: M. Ingram, auth., September 1992] [s]

For Auld Lang Syne
[The Nut Hatch: Jane, auth., June 1992] [s]

Harlequin Airs
[Uzi Press: E. Ward, auth., April 1993] [s]

The Hatstand Express #12 - 13 (1986-1987), #15 (1987), #18 (1988)
[S. Liebold, ed.] [s] Letterzine

The Hatstand Express #19
[S. Liebold, ed., 1989] [s]

The Hatstand Express Fiction Supplement #6- 8 (1985-1987), #10 (1988)
[S. Liebold, ed.] [s]

Heat-Trace
[Pear Tree Press: H. Raven, auth., September 1992] [s]

House of Cards
[Son-Of-A-Gun Press: M. Kelly, auth., 1988] [s]

The Hunting: Elevensongs, Part Two
[The Nut Hatch: Jane, auth., November 1992] [s] [A/U]

In The Future Tense
[The Nut Hatch: Wally, auth., June 1992] [s] [A/U]

In The Lift
[Undated] [s]

Living Pros
[Bovinity Press: K. Wochoski and L. Feldman, auth., 1999] [s]

Mates #1
[Featherpaw: V. Martin, ed., 1992] [s]

Mates #2
[Featherpaw: V.L. Martin, ed., 1992] [s]

Mates #3
[Featherpaw: H.A. Walton, ed., May 1994] [s]

Murphy's Law
[Satyr D'Nite Press: 1994] [s]

A Necessary Evil
[Undated] [s]

Never Far Apart
[Justazine Publications: Justacat, ed., April 2007] [s]

Never Say Die
[Jane, auth., undated] [s]

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep
[V.L. Martin, auth., 1991] [s]

Old Friends
[Chained to the Typewriter Press: undated] [s]

Other Times and Places #4
[OTP Press: N. Boal, ed., 1993] [s] [A/U]

Other Times and Places #5
[OTP Press: N. Boal, ed., 1994] [s] [A/U]

Other Times and Places #6
[OTP Press: N. Boal, ed., 1995] [s] [A/U]

Point of No Return
[M. Lewtan, auth., undated] [s]

Redemption
[Gryphon Press: K. Maclean, auth., May 2007] [s] [h]

Scars
[Deveroux Dane, auth., 1998] [s] [H/C]

Second Variation on the Theme of B and D
[Keynote Press: M.C. Gibson, ed., February 1999] [s]

Slippery When Wet
[N.L. Silva, ed., May 1993] [s]

The Sorcerer's Web
[Gryphon Press: L. Bradford, auth., September 1998] [s]

Stage Fright
[M. Lewtan, auth., undated] [s]

Summer's End
[Deathless Pros Press: A.T. Mackenzie, auth., January 1995] [s]

Tea For Two
[Deathless Pros Press: A.T. Mackenzie, auth., undated] [s]

A Third Priority A-3
[IDP Press: October 2001] [s]

Flamingo February 2024 Addendum

Adzines

Gaz vol. 6 #2
[Candace Pulleine, ed., November 1993]

Gaz vol. 9 #2
[Candace Pulleine, ed., August 1996]

Cassidy

Hunted by Devils
[Gryphon Pres: HG, auth., September 1993] [s]

Crossover [The Sentinel/Quantum Leap]

Storm Sign {The Sentinel/Quantum Leap}
[The Presses: Legion, auth., May 2000] [s]

Alternity {The Sentinel/*Stargate SG-1}
[Secret Pleasures Press: Legion, auth., 2001] [s]

The Professionals

Affairs of the Heart
[Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: K. Keegan, auth., 1988] [s]

Another Turn of the Rack
[M. Lewtan, auth., undated] [s]

Bear Necessity
[Undated] [s]

Bird in a Gilded Cage
[M. Lewtan, auth., undated] [s]

British Takeaway #3
[K. Nuernberg, ed., undated [s] [g]

British Takeaway #4
[K. Nuernberg and D. Goldstein, ed., undated [s] [g]

British Takeaway #5
[K. Nuernberg and D. Goldstein, ed., undated [s] [g]

British Takeaway #6
[K. Nuernberg, ed., undated [s] [g]

Camera Shy
[Oz X-Press: M. Lewtan, auth., 1986] [s] [A/U]

Catch A Falling Star
[Crowrow Publications: R. Callahan, auth., October 2003] [s]

Cause For Concern
[Undated] [s] [h]

Chalk and Cheese #12
[Whatever You Do, Don't Press!: Mystery Frank, ed., May 1993] [s]

Chalk and Cheese #15
[Whatever You Do, Don't Press!: Mystery Frank, ed., March 1996] [s]

Chalk and Cheese #16
[Whatever You Do, Don't Press!: Mysti Frank, ed., May 1997] [s]

Coming From Behind
[N.L. Silva, ed., undated] [s]

Coming Home
[K. Keegan, auth., undated] [s]

The Concrete Jungle
[Cat-A-Tonic Press: R. Bertsch, ed., May 1992] [s]

Cross My Heart #2
[Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: 1987] [s]

Cross My Heart #6
[Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: K. Keegan, ed., 1990] [s]

Cross My Heart #11
[Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: 1993] [s]

Czardas
[The Nut Hatch: Jane, auth., July 1994] [s]

Down Under Express #2
[October 1992] [s]

Echoes of Elfland Horns
[The Nut Hatch: Wally, auth., January 1996] [s] [A/U]

Ember Days
[Gryphon Press: O. Yardley, auth., May 1993] [s]

English Gothic
[Clueless Press: R. Fisher, ed., March 1995] [s]

Eternal Return
[A. Skye, auth., May 1998] [s] [A/U]

Falconhurst
[The Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: Jane, auth., 1989] [s]

A Family Affair
[Gryphon Press: L. Trenoweth, auth., May 2002] [s]

Fancy Dancing
[Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: K. Keegan, auth., January 1990] [s]

Fantazine #3
[The Nut Hatch Creative Workshoppe: K. Keegan, ed., April 1991] [s] [A/U]

George R.R. Martin Collection

  • US TxAM-C C000004
  • Coleção

This collection consists of the personal papers, manuscripts, memorabilia, and other associational material of science fiction and fantasy author George R.R. Martin.

Martin has also deposited as part of his collection a growing assortment of books, including his own work in various editions and translations, as well as works that he has edited or to which he has contributed. A bibliography of these books is available from the Reading Room upon request and items from that list are available for consultation.

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Committees and Councils

3/1: Executive Committee Agenda and Minutes, 1975-1978

3/2: Judicial Board Agendas and Correspondence, 1977-1978

3/3: Residence Hall Association Agendas and Minutes, 1981-1982

3/4: Residence Hall Association Correspondence, 1981

3/5: Residence Hall Association General Information, 1981

3/6: Member Lists, 1981; Undated

3/7: Chancellor's Student Advisory Board Agendas, Members Lists, 1987-1988

3/8: Election Commission Candidate Lists, Undated

3/9: Election Commission Election General Information, 1985-1987

3/10: Election Commission Election-Related Forms and Flyers, 1986; Undated

3/11: Election Commission Statistics, 1986

Committees and Councils

2/1: High School Public Relations and Recruitment Committee Info, 1986-1988

2/2: Judicial Board Information, 1986-1988; Undated

2/3: Charter Revisions Committee, 1967; 1975-1976

2/4: Bookstore Advisory Committee Correspondence, 1975-1976

2/5: College Board Information, 1977

2/6: Athletic Council Agenda and Correspondence, 1981-1982

2/7: Building Study Committee Agendas and Correspondence

2/8: Traditions Council Agendas and Correspondence, Undated

2/9: Concession Committee Correspondence, 1976-1978

2/10: Executive Committee Flyers and Information, 1991; Undated

2/11: Executive Committee Member Information, 1970; 1991; Undated

2/12: Executive Committee Correspondence, 1991

2/13: Executive Committee Agendas and Minutes, 1971-1972; 1983; 1986; 1989-1992

2/14: External Affairs Committee, 1981

2/15: President Advisory Council Agendas, Minutes, and Member Lists, 1969; 1971; Undated

2/16: President Advisory Council Correspondence, 1971-1972

2/17: Board of Regents Members Lists, Undated

2/18: Board of Regents Correspondence, 1981

2/19: Board of Regents Agendas and Minutes, 1981

2/20: Board of Regents Meeting Information, May 1992

2/21: Board of Regents Meeting Information, July 1992

2/22: Board of Regents Meeting Information, September 1992

2/23: Board of Regents Meeting Information, 1990

2/24: Board of Regents Meeting Information, 1988

2/25: Board of Regents Art Council member and Donor List, 1989

2/26: Board of Regents Art Council Financial Records, Undated

2/27: Board of Regents Art Council Policies, 1984

2/28: Board of Regents Art Council Agendas and Minutes, 1985; 1989

2/29: Board of Regents Art Council Event Program, 1989

2/30: Board of Regents Art Council Correspondence, 1988; 1990; 1992

2/31: Executive Council Agendas, 1993

2/32: Executive Council Correspondence, 1991-1993

2/33: Environmental Issues Committee Events, 1992

2/34: Environmental Issues Committee Flyers and News Paper articles, 1991-1992

2/35: Environmental Issues Committee Correspondence, 1990; 1992

2/36: Sims Advisory Council Statistics, 1985-1987; 1990

2/37: Sims Advisory Council Members List and Numbers, 1989

2/38: Sims Advisory Council Agendas and Minutes, 1986-1987; 1991-1993

2/39: Sims Advisory Council Correspondence, 1986; 1992-1994

2/40: Association of Former Students leadership Information, 1981

2/41: Association of Former Students Fish Camp Information, 1992

2/42: Association of Former Students Correspondence, 1992-1993

2/43: Student Activities Committee University Areas of Operation, 1993

2/44: Student Activities Committee Campus Club List, Undated

2/45: Student Activities Committee Member and Interview List, 1992-1993

2/46: Library Council Correspondence, 1990-1991

2/47: Library Council Membership List, Undated

2/48: Library Council Agendas and Minutes, 1980; 1988

2/49: Southwest Conference Sportsmanship Committee Correspondence, 1982

2/50: Agricultural Development Council Agendas and Minutes, 1981

2/51: Agricultural Development Council Student Statistics, 1981

2/52: College of Agriculture Council Membership List, Undated

2/53: College of Agriculture Council Correspondence, 1981

2/54: University Committee Guide, Undated

2/55: Concessions Committee, 1977

2/56: Executive Committee Correspondence, 1977

2/57: Executive Committee Member Lists, 1976-1977

2/58: Executive Committee of Financial Information, 1977

2/59: Faculty Senate Meetings, 1983-1985; 1987; 1990

Committees and Councils

1/1: Student Services Agenda and Minutes, 1977-1978; 1980-1982; 1984-1987; Undated

1/2: Student Services Committee National Convention, 1980-1982; Undated

1/3: Student Services Committee Financial Records, 1987-1988

1/4: Student Services Committee Programs Offered, 1987-1988

1/5: Student Services Crime Reports, 1987; Undated

1/6: Student Services Committee Surveys, 1983-1984; Undated

1/7: Student Services Committee Contact List, 1977; 1987-1988; Undated

1/8: Student Services Committee Correspondence, 1977-1978; 1983-1985; 1987-1989; Undated

1/9: MSC Council Agendas and Minutes, 1971; 1980-1982; 1990-1992; Undated

1/10: MSC Council Cubicle Requests, 1981-1982; Undated

1/11: MSC Council Financial Records, 1979-1982

1/12: MSC Council Basement Renovations, 1980; Undated

1/13: MSC Council Constitution, Members List, and Project Flyers, 1971-1972; 1978; 1992; Undated

1/14: MSC Council Correspondence, 1971; 1980-1982; 1990-1992; Undated

1/15: Curriculum Committee Agendas and Minutes, 1981-1982; 1990

1/16: Curriculum Committee Correspondence, 1981-1982

1/17: Curriculum Committee Request for New Courses (Graduate), 1980-1982

1/18: Curriculum Committee Request for New Courses, 1981-1982

1/19: Curriculum Committee Request for New Courses, 1978-1979; 1981-1983

1/20: Academic Council Degree Candidate List, 1981-1982

1/21: Academic Council Bylaws, Undated

1/22: Academic Council Agendas and Minutes, 1976-1977; 1980-1982

1/23: Academic Council Correspondence, 1980-1982

1/24: Academic Affairs Committee Report, 1981-1982; Undated

1/25: Academic Affairs Committee Purpose/ Projects, Undated

1/26: Academic Affairs Committee Agendas and Meeting Minutes, 1976

1/27: Academic Affairs Committee Correspondence, 1976; Undated

1/28: Academic Affairs Committee List of Members, 1976; Undated

1/29: Academic Programs Council Pending Items, 1982-1983; 1992

1/30: Academic Programs Council Financial Reports, 1992; Undated

1/31: Academic Programs Council Correspondence, 1992

1/32: The Academic Programs Council Agendas and Meeting Minutes, 1979-1981; 1992

Handbook

4/30: Students Rights and Responsibilities, Undated

4/31: Student Handbook, 1982-1985

4/32: Student Senate Handbook, 1986-1989

4/33: Revisions to the A&M Constitution (1 of 2), 1966-1970

4/34: Revisions to the A&M Constitution (2 of 2), 1958; 1965-1969; 1984-1987

Financial and Budget

4/1: Student Government Financial Reports, 1979

4/2: Student Government Financial Reports, 1980

4/3: Student Government Financial Reports, 1981

4/4: Student Government Financial Reports, 1982

4/5: Student Government Deposit Slips, 1987

4/6: Student Government Account Balances, 1986-1987

4/7: Student Government Statement of Expenditures, Undated

4/8: Student Government Statement of Expenditures, 1984-1988

4/9: Student Finance Committee Members, 1987

4/10: Student Government Charge List, Undated

4/11: Student Government Financial Records, 1982-1985

4/12: Student Government Budget Summaries, 1982-1984

4/13: Student Government Budget Summaries, 1987

4/14: Budget Request Questions, 1987; Undated

4/15: Financial Correspondence, 1986

4/16: Financial Correspondence, 1987-1988

4/17: List of Bank in the BCS Area, 1984-1985

4/18: Student Government Budget Summaries, 1986

Correspondence

3/12: Environmental Safety and Health Committee Correspondence, 1991-1992

3/13: Banquet Committee Correspondence, 1986-1988

3/14: University Police Correspondence, 1971

3/15: Incoming Correspondence, 1977

3/16: Election Commission Correspondence, 1986-1987

3/17: Election Commission Correspondence, 1987

3/18: Comptroller Correspondence, 1986-1987

3/19: Executive Branch Correspondence, 1987-1988

3/20: Parent's Weekend Correspondence, 1987-1988

3/21: Steve Beller Correspondence, 1992-1993

3/22: Outgoing Correspondence, 1992-1993

3/23: President's Art Council Correspondence, 1993

3/24: Approach 13-30 Corporation Correspondence, 1974-1980

3/25: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1970-1971

3/26: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1971-1972

3/27: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1981-1993

3/28: John J. Koldus's Correspondence, 1979-1981

3/29: Personal Correspondence from the Office of John Sharpe, 1971-1972

3/30: Personal Correspondence from the Office of John Sharpe, 1971-1972

3/31: President's Office Correspondence, 1980-1981

S, Officials A - J

6/1: Student Senate Agendas and Minutes, 1971-1972

6/2: Student Senate Agendas and Minutes, 1984-1989

6/3: Student Senate Papers, 1971-1972; 1980-1986; 1978

6/4: Student Senate Papers, 1970-1971; 1975-1985

6/5: 1994 Vice President, 1990-1991

6/6: 1995 Secretary, 1992-1993

6/7: Dr. Carolyn Adair, 1993; Undated

6/8: Marcia Arnold, 1992

6/9: Zack Barcevak, 1992-1993

6/10: Jeff Bissey-Executive Vice President, 1981-1982

6/11: Jenni Briscoe, Undated

6/12: Melissa Cosper- Vice President for External Affairs, 1981; Undated

6/13: Tracy Cox-Vice President of Finance, 1980-1981

6/14: George Crowson-Elections Commissioner, 1981

6/15: Lilli Dollinger-Communications Director, 1981; Undated

6/16: Mark Hackfeld-Assistant Comptroller, 1981-1982

6/17: Greg Hood- Judicial Board Chairman, 1981; Undated

6/18: Jerry Hooton, 1992-1993

6/19: Ken Johnson-Student Body President, 1981-1983; Undated

Officials L - Y

7/1: Chris Langford- Vice President for Student Services, 1981; Undated

7/2: Eric Langford- Vice President for Student Services, 1980-1981

7/3: Kathleen Miller-Academic Affairs, 1981

7/4: Tricia Newton-Executive Assistant, Undated

7/5: Ellen Perone, Undated

7/6: Dr. Powell, 1992

7/7: Jim Pratt- Director of Information, 1980-1981

7/8: Terry Smith- Vice President of Finance, 1981-1983

7/9: Sue Vito- Program Coordinator, 1981; Undated

7/10: Dina Villareal- Comptroller, 1981-1982

7/11: Julie Walshak- University Committee Coordinator, 1981-1982

7/12: Vicki Younger-Freshman Programs Coordinator, 1980-1982

E - S

5/1: Executive Branch Agendas, 1992-1993; Undated

5/2: Freshman Programs, 1987-1988

5/3: Inauguration Committee, 1977

5/4: Constituency Workshops, 1980-1981

5/5: Miscellaneous Student Senate, 1971-1972; Undated

5/6: Operation Chair, 1992-1993

5/7: Other Student Addresses, Undated

5/8: President's File, 1971-1972

5/9: Proxies for Student Senate, 1971-1972

5/10: Senate Architecture, 1991-1992

5/11: Senate Bills, 1975-1978

5/12: Senate Bills, 1977-1979

5/13: Senate Bills, 1978-1981

5/14: Senate Bills, 1984-1985; 1987

5/15: Senate Packets, 1973-1976

5/16: Senate Packets, 1977-1978

5/17: Senate Packets, 1978-1980

5/18: Senate Packets, 1980-1981

5/19: Senate Packets, 1981-1986

5/20: Status of Senate Proposals, 1972

5/21: Student Government Records, 1981-1982

A - E

4/35: Absentees for Student Senate, 1971-1972

4/36: Club Directory for Student Senate, 1970-1972; Undated

4/37: Constitution for the Student Body, 1958-1960; 1964-1965; 1969-1972; Undated

4/38: Executive Aides for Student Senate, 1972; Undated

4/39: Executive Branch, 1985-1988

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