TWT
This Week in Texas

1976

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This section of this site will feature downloadable and searchable PDF files of TWT.
As
scanning several years of a publication is a huge project, additions will appear
as I have time. By the end of the second year, TWT had grown to around 56 pages.
Access to this publication is courtesy of Gulf Coast Archive & Museum and the Jay Allen Collection.

Volume 1-40
1/3/76, PDF

Volume 1-41
1/10/76, PDF

Volume 1-42
1/17/76, PDF

Volume 1-43
1/24/76, PDF

Volume 1-44
1/31/76, PDF


Volume 1-45
2/7/76, PDF

Volume 1-46
2/14/76, PDF

Volume 1-47
2/21/76, PDF

Volume 1-48
2/28/76, PDF*


Volume 1-49
3/6/76, PDF


Volume 1-50
3/13/76, PDF


Volume 1-51
3/20/76, PDF


Volume 1-52
3/27/76, PDF


Volume 2-1
4/3/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-2
4/10/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-3
4/17/76, PDF


Volume 2-4
4/24/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-5
5/1/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-6
5/8/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-7
5/15/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-8
5/22/76
,
PD
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Volume 2-9
5/29/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-10
6/5/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-11
6/12/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-12
6/19/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-13
6/26/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-14
7/3/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-15
7/10/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-16
7/17/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-17
7/24/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-18
7/31/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-19
8/7/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-20
8/14/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-21
8/21/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-22
8/28/76
,
PDF


Volume 2-23
9/4/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-24
9/11/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-25
9/18/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-26
9/25/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-27
10/2/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-28
10/9/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-29
10/16/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-30
10/23/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-31
10/30/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-32
11/6/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-33
11/13/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-34
11/20/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-35
11/27/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-36
12/4/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-37
12/11/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-38
12/18/76
,
PDF

Volume 2-39
12/25/76
,
PDF

 

The edition from 2/28/76 had two problems.
One, access to a copy was only found in a
hard-bound edition, graciously loaned by
GCAM. Therefore, maintaining a flat surface
for taking digital snapshots was quite
difficult, and also the lighting in doing so
left some shadowing. Second, the
printing of that issue itself was flawed,
and the entire issue was printed
extremely light...even so I am
grateful to have this rare scan.

 

 

 

Thanks to Louis Niebur for the article below, from Cruise, December 1978, and
an interview with Jim Cagle and Jim Chappell, who bought TWT in June 1976.
They were owners of the bookstores Studz News and The Asylum.



Chappell's last name was misspelled in the article

below, from TWT, Leonard Matlovich and Jim Chappell

Below, an unusual commentary by another publication mentioning TWT;
I have no idea if any of it is true.
Nuntius, 11/2/76


below, rare interview with TWT founder Lyle Black, in the tenth anniversary issue