Press Office speech files 1986, 1989-2000, undated (bulk 1995-2000)

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Press Office speech files, 1986, 1989-2000, undated, (bulk 1995-2000)

Press Office speech files 1986, 1989-2000, undated (bulk 1995-2000)

Records are speeches, newspaper clippings, audiocassette tapes, videotapes, some photographs, background and biographical information, dating 1986, 1989-2000, undated (bulk 1995-2000), from Texas Governor George W. Bush's Press Office. Files include materials used in preparing speeches and documentation of speeches as they were presented.

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