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A letter from Ned Fritz requesting a copy of ''U.S. Rivers: Can Their Natural Values Be Restored?'' by Sydney Howe for research on a paper on desalination.
1967-02-01


A letter from Texan congressman Jim Wright enclosing a letter from the Army Corps of Engineers with answers to inquiries that Wright had made on behalf of Fritz in regard to canal and dam projects.
1967-01-13


A list of numbered questions compiled to help participants in National Water Commission conferences and those preparing statements for submission to the Commission. The list is accompanied by a document with answers to the questions, prepared by...
1969-07-25


The statement of Ned Fritz to the National Water Commission at a hearing in New Orleans, Louisiana, on October 9, 1969.
1969-10-09


This document provides information on the budgetary hearings of the House Committee on Public Works on May 15, 1972, at which appropriations for the Trinity River Project would be considered. Reasons for opposing this funding are identified, and...
1972-04-21


A general letter to the citizens of Dallas announcing the formation of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity in opposition to the canalization of the Trinity River. The letter extends an invitation to a public meeting to be held on May 23,...
1972-05-10


Dr. James F. White, chairman of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity, submits the names of three members for testimony against the Trinity River canal project at hearings in Washington, D.C., on May 15, 1972.
1972-05-01


The preliminary design layout for the official letterhead of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity. The line-drawing depicts the course of the Trinity River.
1972-05-01


An order for customized stationary for Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity's publicity campaign against the canalization of the Trinity River.
1972-05-16


This is a mail-out to the environmentalists who agreed to publicly endorse Alan Steelman when he ran for Congress in 1972, ahead of a press conference held in the Dallas Press Club on August 10, 1972. Fritz at the time was heavily involved with...
1972-08-07


This is a short note with details about a local television channel recording of a segment with members of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity.



This is a note about filming times for television coverage on the Trinity River canal debate. The note is written on Southern Methodist University inter-office correspondence headed paper and mentions Don Smith, assistant economics professor at...



A letter from U.S. Congressman Earle Cabell, a supporter of the Trinity River barge canal, to Dr. James F. White, chairman of the anti-canal group, Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity.
1972-07-14


This is a document written by Ned Fritz in response to U.S. Congressman Earle Cabell's article in the Times Herald on September 1, 1972. Fritz at the time was campaigning against the canalization of the Trinity River. Cabell was a proponent of the...



This is a letter of support from a member of the public to James White, chairman of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity.
1972-09-05


Drafts of two documents written for communication with the Dallas press by members of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity during the campaign to stop the canalization of the Trinity River. The first document is aimed at the Dallas Times...



Excerpts from a document outlining policies for communication between the Army Corps of Engineers and the public in regard to water projects. This was sent along with a letter from Colonel Floyd Henk to James White, chairman of Citizens'...
1972-07-24


These are notes that Ned Fritz prepared for a talk to the environmental group, the Sierra Club, on the subject of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity's campaign against the Trinity River canal project.
1972-12-06


An official letter from Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity updating supporters on the progress of the group in its bid to contest the Trinity River Project and prevent the canalization of the river.
1972-06-02


A handwritten note with expenses incurred during Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity's campaign against the Trinity River Project.
1972-10-16


This is the text of a flier issued by Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity in the lead-up to Army Corps of Engineers hearings on the environmental impact of the Trinity River barge canal project.
1972-04-01


A letter from Fritz in response to a letter sent by William B. Ray on September 12, 1972, addressing a complaint from Fritz. Fritz had complained about WBAP-TV's one-sided coverage of the Trinity River canal issue.
1972-09-30


The minutes from the first meeting of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity, formed to contest the canalization of the Trinity River. The meeting took place in the home of Donald Smith, assistant economics professor at SMU.
1972-04-13


This is a letter from James White in his capacity as chairman of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity to the local public broadcaster, KERA, requesting airtime to highlight the plans for the channelization of the Trinity River.
1972-10-09


The fourth mail-out of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity.
1972-12-17


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