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Indexes and Logs

Creator: Governor's Office. Pardon and Extradition Attorney

Date: 1962C-1972C

Level of Description: Series

Material Type: Government record

Call Number: Unavailable

Unit ID: 191790

Restrictions: Per KSA 75-104, as of 1991, records of former governors who are still alive are closed until their deaths, unless the governor orders that the records be opened. Certain records may still remain closed due to falling under KSA 45-221, the Open Records Act, or under other such statutes that generally or specifically affect the openness of public records. For more information regarding access to these records, contact reference staff.

Space Required/Quantity:

  • 1.75 Cubic foot box(es)

Title (Main title): Indexes and Logs

Scope and Content

Scope and content: Indexes and logs for renditions, requisitions, waivers, etc. Typically arranged alphabetically by surname or chronologically. Can include such information as county/state, received and issued dates, and number. For requisition indexes, first page of each letter is a Hearing Requests Log.

Specific Contents Identified:

Headings or descriptors assigned to subsections of the material, for example labels on a particular box or group of boxes.

  • 1962-1972
  • Inmate correspondence logs, c1990-1993; includes some miscellaneous rendition & requisition files
  • Rendition & requisition lists by inmate #, 1973-1988; logs, c1988-1991

Index Terms

Subjects

    Kansas. Governor -- Records and correspondence
    Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States
    Criminal procedure -- United States
    Criminals -- United States
    Extradition -- United States

Creators and Contributors


Agency Classification:

    Kansas State Agencies. Governor's Office. Specific Administrations. Avery, William Administration.
    Kansas State Agencies. Governor's Office. Specific Administrations. Anderson, John A., Jr., Administration.
    Kansas State Agencies. Governor's Office. Specific Administrations. Docking, Robert Administration.
    Kansas State Agencies. Governor's Office. Main Office. Pardon and Extradition Attorney.

Additional Information for Researchers

Restrictions: Per KSA 75-104, as of 1991, records of former governors who are still alive are closed until their deaths, unless the governor orders that the records be opened. Certain records may still remain closed due to falling under KSA 45-221, the Open Records Act, or under other such statutes that generally or specifically affect the openness of public records. For more information regarding access to these records, contact reference staff.