Department of Transportation Records Guide
Record Series Descriptions
Correspondence, State Highway Commission Counsel
Correspondence of Chief Counsel J.M. Devers, 1919-1949, 4 cu.ft.
Records primarily documents the official actions of J.M. Devers, Assistant Attorney General, as the chief counsel for the State Highway Commission. Records also documents non-official and family related subjects such as correspondence with his brother and an alumni association. Records include correspondence (often giving legal advice related to the development of highways), memoranda, maps, reports, minutes, agendas, receipts, notes, brochures, newspaper clippings, and publications. Some of the records are arranged loosely alphabetically by subject, thereunder chronologically by date of action. Many of the records are unarranged.
Opinions re: Laws, 1935-1949, .25 cu.ft.
Records document the actions of attorneys representing the State Highway Commission. The records consist primarily of correspondence but also include memoranda, newspaper clippings, and publications. They are arranged in reverse chronological order by date of opinion.