TWT
This Week in Texas

1995

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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. Access to this publication is courtesy of Gulf Coast Archive & Museum,
and the collection of John Heinzerling.
PDF files without links mean I have not yet had access to scan them, in this case, 9/22/95


Volume 20-44
1/6/
95, PDF*

Volume 20-45
1/13/
95, PDF

Volume 20-46
1/20/
95, PDF

Volume 20-47
1/27/95, PDF


Volume 20-48
2/3/
95, PDF


Volume 20-49
2/10/
95, PDF

Volume 20-50
2/17/
95, PDF

Volume 20-51
2/24/
95, PDF*

Volume 20-52
3/3/
95, PDF


Volume 21-1
3/10/
95, PDF


Volume 21-2
3/17/
95, PDF


Volume 21-3
3/24/
95, PDF


Volume 21-4
3/31/
95, PDF


Volume 21-5
4/7/
95, PDF

Volume 21-6
4/14/
95, PDF


Volume 21-7
4/21/
95, PDF


Volume 21-8
4/28/
95, PDF


Volume 21-9
5/5/
95, PDF


Volume 21-10
5/12/
95, PDF

Volume 21-11
5/19/
95, PDF

Volume 21-12
5/26/
95, PDF


Volume 21-13
6/2/
95, PDF


Volume 21-14
6/9/
95, PDF

Volume 21-15
6/16/
95, PDF

Volume 21-16
6/23/
95, PDF

Volume 21-17
6/30/
95, PDF

Volume 21-18
7/7/
95, PDF

Volume 21-19
7/14/
95, PDF


Volume 21-20
7/21/
95, PDF


Volume 21-21
7/28/
95, PDF

Volume 21-22
8/4/
95, PDF

Volume 21-23
8/11/
95, PDF


Volume 21-24
8/18/
95, PDF

Volume 21-25
8/25/
95, PDF

Volume 21-26
9/1/
95, PDF


Volume 21-27
9/8/
95, PDF

Volume 21-28
9/15/
95, PDF

 

Volume 21-29
9/22/
95, PDF

Volume 21-30
9/29/
95, PDF

Volume 21-31
10/6/
95, PDF


Volume 21-32
10/13/
95, PDF


Volume 21-23
10/20/
95, PDF

Volume 21-34
10/27/
95, PDF

Volume 21-35
11/3/
95, PDF

Volume 21-36
11/10/
95, PDF

Volume 21-37
11/17/
95, PDF

Volume 21-38
11/24/
95, PDF

Volume 21-39
12/1/
95, PDF

Volume 21-40
12/8/
95, PDF

Volume 21-41
12/15/
95, PDF

Volume 21-42
12/22/
95, PDF

Volume 21-43
12/29/
95, PDF

 

What did I scan?
General guidelines were everything in the early issues, but when they passed 100 pages the scope of the project needed some trimming. (It takes about 30 minutes to do just one). So,
I left out many major bar ads that were used over and over, reviews of mainstream films and books, horoscopes, and classified ads.
Also, increasingly by the mid-90s there were multiple full-page 900-number sex ads, and many pages for ads for viaticals, which were omitted.
Obituaries in a searchable database can be found at TexasObituaryProject.org

 

* = means I have a copy of the issue scanned
that was missing the obituary section

 

Regular readers of This Week in Texas may have noticed that through 1995 and especially 1996, there is a noticeable decrease in "hard news" stories, which likely led to a decrease in letters to the editor (less to comment on). Therefore, less real "content" each month. On the increase were the ads for 900- and 976- and etc hook-up phone lines, which grew to many pages per issue.