HB 758, 33rd R.S. history

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HB 758, 33rd R.S.
Relating to establishing and maintaining a state school of correspondence at Austin; providing for all courses of home study that supply the needs of Texas people; providing for the appointment of an executive board.

Author: Leopold Morris
Coauthor: Frank H. Burmeister | John William "Cowboy Speaker" Woods | J. W. Ussery | William Euel Cox | J. M. Rickerson | Roger Byrne | James Hollins Woods | Matthew Freestone Allison

Education--Nonpublic Schools--Vocational/Avocational

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