HB 154, 48th R.S. history

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HB 154, 48th R.S.
Relating to declaring the Texas School for the Deaf of Austin, Texas, the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute at Austin, Texas, and the Texas School for the Blind to be educational institutions and fixing sums that may be charged parents of such children enrolled therein as incidental costs connected with educational work.

Author: Omar Burkett
Coauthor: Carlton Moore, Sr. | Marvin A. "Bill" Bundy | Joseph Edwin Winfree, Sr. | Dan Dove | Willard (William) Henry Rampy | Harley Herman Sadler | Joe C. Humphrey | H. S. Fitzgerald | Rushing Manning | Eugene McGlasson | Jasper B. "Jack" Pruett

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