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From: "John Wylie" <>
Subject: RE: +AFs-APG+AF0- Texas experience
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 10:36:45 -0500
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Rondina,

Jerry Drake, Director of Archives and Records of the Texas GLO tells in his lectures of doing this. You can contact him at

John
John Wylie Consulting--Professional Genealogists


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Subject: [APG] Texas experience

Listers,
I am looking for an example involving the use of the 2006 Public
Information Guide that the Texas Attorney General published. This would be an
example of a researcher using either the informal complaint (hotline) or the formal
complaint. The example would be used to demonstrate to local society members
how they can take advantage of the system in place in case they are
unlawfully denied access to materials. Although Texas researchers on the APG list may
not have filed a complaint themselves, they may know of someone who did.
Please respond directly to me. Thank you.

Rondina P. Muncy
Grapevine, Texas


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