Municipal Archives

Elections - Opinions of the Texas Attorney General,

Collection 1991-014​


Office of the City Secretary
Dallas Municipal Archives
1500 Marilla Street, 5D South
Dallas, Texas 75201
CreatorOffice of the City Secretary
TitleElections - Opinions of the Texas Attorney General
Quantity½ linear inch
AbstractOpinions of the Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General.
LanguageRecords are in English

​Scope and Content

​Municipal election issues and other matters needing legal interpretation pertaining to state laws are referred to the Attorney General of the State of Texas.

Collection consists of opinions of the Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General on matters relating to election official salaries, veterans’ voting eligibility, and election orders posting policies. 

City of Dallas correspondents include City Attorney Henry P. Kucera and City Secretary Harold G. Shank; State of Texas correspondents include Attorney General Price Daniel, Sr., and Assistant Attorney General George W. Sparks.




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Elections - Opinions of the Texas Attorney General, 1952-1953 (Box <x>, Folder <y>), Dallas Municipal Archives

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​Index terms

Dallas -- Texas -- History
Dallas (Tex.) -- Politics and government
Texas -- Politics and government -- 20th century

Container list 

BoxFolderTitle, Date
Opinions, Correspondence, Memoranda, 1952-53
[Charles C. Wells to H. P. Kucera, March 17, 1952.
Harold G. Shank to H. P. Kucera, March 17, 1952.
H. P. Kucera to Harold G. Shank, March 18, 1952.
Price Daniel, Sr. to Raymond E. Magee, September 22, 1952.
Harold G. Shank to H.P. Kucera, February 5, 1953.
W.M. Parks to H. P. Kucera, February 9, 1953.
George W. Sparks to H. P. Kucera, May 6, 1953.]