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Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity order of 500 vinyl bumper stickers for the campaign against the construction of the Trinity River barge canal. The slogan read ''Save Taxes and the Trinity.''
1972-11-27


A letter from James White to the Office of Management and Budget protesting the expenditure of federal funds on the Trinity River canal project.
1972-12-02


A letter from James White of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity to the nonpartisan, nonprofit advocacy organization Common Cause, soliciting support for the campaign against the Trinity River Project.
1973-01-17


A letter from U.S. Congressman Bob Eckhardt to James White in response to White's request for a copy of a statement he presented at hearings on the Trinity River and Tributaries Project. The hearings were held by the Army Corps of Engineers on...
1973-01-09


David Brune (''Mr. Brune'') was, at that time, the general manager of the Trinity River Authority and president of the Trinity Improvement Association. Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity was in opposition to these organizations, which were...



Draft of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity press release with annotations.
1972-12-28


Text and design sketch for a campaign flier against the Sprewell Bluff Dam on the Flint River in Georgia. Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity used the design as the basis for a similar flier protesting the Trinity River barge canal.



A letter to U.S. Congressman Bob Eckhardt from Ned Fritz soliciting support for the campaign against the Trinity River barge canal. Eckhardt had previously testified against the project at the Army Corps of Engineers environmental impact hearings...
1973-01-23


An official letter from Member of Congress, Henry S. Reuss, in response to a letter of objection to the Trinity River Project from chairman of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity chairman, Dr. James F. White.
1972-06-02


This is a cropped portion of a Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity circular which was returned with a note expressing disagreement with the organization's viewpoint on the Trinity River barge canal project.



A short note in support of the activities of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity.



This is a message from Henry C. Fulcher, Jr., Vice Chairman of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity, congratulating Alan Steelman on his victory over Earle Cabell and election to U.S. Congress on November 7, 1972. Steelman publicly opposed...
1972-11-08


A reply from Senator Lloyd Benson to a letter from James White, chairman of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity. The letter refers to the bond election of March 13, 1973, where citizens living in the counties along the Trinity River, Texas,...
1973-05-03


This is a list of witnesses testifying before the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations in Washington, D.C., in May 1973.
1973-05-01


The prepared statement of Betty Fischer, submitted to the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations during hearings in Washington, D.C., in May 1973. Betty Fischer was testifying with Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity against the...
1973-05-01


A list of Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity members testifying against Trinity River Basin projects before the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations in Washington, D.C., in May 1973.
1973-05-01


The prepared statement of Henry C. Fulcher, Jr., submitted to the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations during hearings in Washington, D.C., in May 1973. Fulcher was testifying with Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity against the...
1973-05-01


The prepared statement of James F. White, submitted to the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations during hearings in Washington, D.C., in May 1973. White was testifying with Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity against the continuation...
1973-05-23


This is a document circulated by Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity in the lead-up to hearings held by the Army Corps of Engineers in Texas on the environmental impact of the Trinity canal project.
1972-04-12


Note cards from a talk given by Edward C. Fritz on the Trinity River Project at the First Community Church, Dallas, on December 12, 1971.
1971-12-12


The prepared statement of Henry Graeser, submitted to the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations during hearings in Washington, D.C., in May 1973. Graeser supported proposals for water projects in the Trinity River Basin.
1973-05-23


The prepared statement of J. R. Page, submitted to the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations during hearings in Washington, D.C., in May 1973. Page was in favor of water projects in the Trinity River Basin.
1973-05-23


The prepared statement of Charles Crabtree, submitted to the Public Works Subcommittee on Appropriations during hearings in Washington, D.C., in May 1973. Crabtree, Chairmen of Tarrant County Steering Committee, was testifying with Citizens'...
1973-05-23


This document was issued by the Trinity Improvement Association (TIA). The TIA, formerly known as the Trinity Canal Association, lobbied for the channelization of the Trinity River. The document outlines the history of navigation initiatives on...



A promotional document issued by the Trinity Improvement Association highlighting the work of the organization and the benefits of the proposed Trinity River Project. A bond election was held on March 13, 1973, to secure federal funding for the...



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