Object Type: File
In Record: Public hearing, December 17, 1962
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Title: Public hearing, December 17, 1962 [Tape 1]
Description: Note: Music can be heard in parts of this recording, probably as a result of the tape not being fully erased before reuse. The public hearing recording itself is faint. Witnesses: Texas Game and Fish Commission staff (possibly Executive Secretary Howard D. Dodgen, Fiscal Director C.L. Friou, Assistant Executive Secretary W.J. Cutbirth Jr., and commission member Frank M. Wood) and member of the public William James Sist Jr.
Item identifier: 1987076-2-14
Date of creation: 1962-12-17
Source: Texas State Library and Archives Commission, 1987/076
Geographic coverage: Texas
Subject: Expenditures, Public
Subject: Government spending policy
Subject: Governmental investigations
Citation information: 1987076-2-14, Texas House of Representatives Committee on Saving Taxes (57th Legislature) public hearing audiotapes. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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Date digitized: 2016
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