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Arranged by a 5 digit Tax Appraisal Page Number. This collection consists of numbers 1-0208 - 7-7596.
Historical artifacts relating to the history and government of Travis County.
Original artwork relating to the history and government of Travis County.
Records of proceedings, administrative records, financial records, correspondence, publications and printed materials of the Austin Bar Association, from the years 1922-1946.
Artifacts from County Judge Sam Biscoe and Commissioner Sarah Eckhardt's trip to China in 2012
The collection consists of records of the Road Overseers. Road Overseers were appointed by Commissioners to keep the roads, bridges, and causeways in each precinct clear of obstructions and in good repair.
The collection includes a Constable Precinct 3 uniform shirt and Constable Precinct 3 uniform patches.
Balance sheets, revenue ledgers, appropriation ledgers, payroll registers, claim and warrant registers, and audits comprise the bulk of the County Auditor's records.
Records of the County Health Department (a now defunct office), including autopsy records, correspondence, public health publications, and medicinal and drug leaflets.
Records of the County Judge, including hiring bonds (convict labor records).
The collection consists of fines and jury fees collected and registers: record of scrips issued for District and County Court juries, Roads and Bridges.
Also included: bills and invoices for travel, financial reports for county grants, investments and bank transfers, financial ledgers, payment records for different county services, county Balances and fund Reports, tax levy reports and assorted files.
Records of the District Courts, the principal trial courts in the State of Texas, including early civil and criminal court records (dockets, case papers and minutes), multi-court records, records of juries and grand juries, naturalization records, business and professional records, financial records, and reports.
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.
Records of the General Services department, including administrative records, budgets, legal records (contracts, agreements and leases), facilities records (construction, remodel, and move files), personnel records, and correspondence.
Records of proceedings and printed materials of the Travis County Historical Commission.
The collection consists of publications produced by the Human Resources Department, including employee handbooks and County Comment newsletters.
The John Sutton Papers comprise the professional records of Austin, TX journalist and government official John Sutton during his time as a staff writer for the daily newspaper, the Austin American-Statesman. The records span the duration of his employment with the paper, from 1973–1980. Topics represented in his work are mostly local and state news with a focus on government and crime.
Dockets, case papers, and reports of the Office of the Justice of Peace Precinct 1. Dockets and case papers include those for civil, criminal and inquest matters. Holdings are scattered and incomplete.
Dockets, case papers, and reports of the Office of the Justice of Peace Precinct 2. Dockets and case papers include those for civil, criminal and inquest matters. Holdings are scattered and incomplete.