Personal records and papers of individuals, groups, and organizations that provide information about the history and function of Travis County government.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Found in: Travis County Archives
Scope and Contents The Amalia Rodriguez-Mendoza Papers are divided into 10 series.The first series, District Clerk’s Office Operations, documents the operations and organization of the office of the district clerk. The material in this series was created by either Amalia, her staff, or in collaboration with other county departments.The second series, Organizations and Committee, focuses on Amalia's involvement in professional and civic organizations. Much of the material in this series...
Dates: 1976-2014; 1990-2014
Collection — Other all
Scope and Contents Records of proceedings, administrative records, financial records, correspondence, publications and printed materials of the Austin Bar Association, from the years 1922-1946.
Dates: 1922-1946; Other: Date acquired: 2009-12-03
Collection — Other 39
Scope and Contents The Bob Honts Papers is divided into 18 series. The series reflect the major types of material contained within the collection. Below is a description of each series:Series 1: Commissioners Court Minutes and AgendasThis series contains a sample of Commissioners Court Minutes, Agendas, and Work Sessions from 1980 and 1981 maintained by Precinct 2. Series 2: Corporations This series contains records relating mainly to the Capital Industrial Development Corporation and the...
Dates: 1971-1987; 1975-1986
Scope and Contents Scrapbooks compiled by F.W. Joe Horton during his time in office as County Superintendent of Public Instruction. Materials compiled include newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, invitations, certificates, and pamphlets, primarily relating to his duties and activities while in office.
Dates: 1962-1978; Other: Date acquired: 2011-10-27
Scope and Contents The Maria Canchola Papers are divided into 5 series. The first series, Precinct 4 Office Files, contains records pertaining to the administration of staff and the Precinct 4 building and law enforcement training manuals and directories. The second series, Community Involvement, focuses on Canchola's outreach to constituents and organizations within Precinct 4. As constable, Canchola worked with local organizations in her precinct to help constituents in need. Some of her...
Dates: Majority of material found within 2001-2016
Collection — Other 64 boxes
Arrangement The arrangement is based on the original order in which the collection was received. Commissioners Court Agendas are arranged mostly by type, divided into regular, special, and work sessions. Though, some years of the agendas were grouped together by month and maintain this order in the collection. Subject Files maintain the same year-based and alphabetical order used by Renfro's office.
Dates: 1975-1989; 1975-1986
Collection — Other 45 boxes
Scope and Contents For full finding aid, click on Digital Material - Richard Moya Papers - Richard Moya Papers.pdfThe collection is divided into 22 series. A description of each series follows:Series 1: Books and BindersThis series consists of bound books and binders that mainly concern with budget and financial issues, work reports, and phone call records. Series 2: Buildings and HousingThis series concerns the construction and remodeling of Travis...
Dates: 1968-1988; 1970-1986
Scope and Contents The Samuel Biscoe Papers are divided into 14 Series. The first series, Subject Files, contains files from Biscoe's office that were organized alphabetically by his staff. These files represent the work of Biscoe's Office and his work with other organizations and departments. The second series, Budget and Planning, through the last series, Audiovisual Materials / Photos, contain files that Biscoe kept in his office. These files include both personal records and official reports...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1986-2014
Scope and Contents This collection contains the 1974-1978 organizational papers of the Workers Assistance Program of Texas (WAPT), a division of the AFL-CIO that helps union members and their families with the treatment and prevention of alcohol abuse. The collection contains a number of documents created by J.L. Cook, a former Executive Director of the WAPT.The collection is divided into six series. The first series, Alcohol Abuse Treatment / Prevention Programs, consists of documents that provide...
Dates: 1974-1978; 1975-1978