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L. G. Moore Papers

Identifier: A-0021

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of correspondence, reports, agendas, committee minutes, bibliographies, and other materials used by the revision commission. Most items are printed or photocopied, but there are some original letters signed by Texas senators, legislators, judges, and other government officials.


  • 1957-1974


Language of Materials

The collection is in English.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for research.

Biographical or Historical Information

L. G. Moore, son of L. L. Moore, was born about 1936. He attended Central Heights High School and Harvard Labor Management School, and married Jerry Box of Nacogdoches, Texas. In 1972, while serving as a legislative representative for the International Union of Operating Engineers, he was chosen for the Texas Constitutional Revision Commission. The purpose of the commission was to study the need for constitutional change and to report recommendations to the Constitutional Convention (63rd Legislature). L. G. Moore became chairman of the Education Committee and was regional director of the International Union of Operating Engineers, an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.  (Information from donor)


5.50 Cubic Feet


This collection is described in 157 folders and was originally housed in 11 clamshell boxes. These were consolidated into three banker's boxes. The original folder number for boxes 1-11 remains in place. The collection is organized at the folder level.


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Repository Details

Part of the East Texas Research Center Repository