"These three volumes tell the story of a courtship that began between two people who had never seen each other, and lasted for fifty-six years. Most people know this couple as Rev. William and Mrs. Audrey Hoffman Lawson. Audrey wrote to William on...
Long, Bert L.-- Interviews;
Artists, African American -- Houston (Tex.)-- Interviews;
Artists -- Awards;
African American sculptors;
Cooks, African American.
Eldest of four children,Bert L. Long born in 1940, was raised in the Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas. He is a born artist with no formal education in arts, and a born chef. As artist and sculptor, he won many, many awards. Specially notewothy among...
Former Houston Mayor Bob Lanier is interviewed by Jim Barlow. Mr. Lanier discusses his years as a businessman in the real estate business, his law practice, and the highlights of his public career. He served three consecutive terms as Mayor of...
Northcutt Frances Miriam (Poppy), 1943-;
Feminists -- United States -- Interviews;
Feminism -- Texas -- History -- Anecdotes;
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration;
Apollo 8 (Spacecraft);
Women rights -- Texas;
Frances "Poppy" Northcutt is interviewed by Suzanne Mascola. Frances discusses her career working for a NASA contractor, the Apollo 8, NASA, her work as a women's rights advocate; and her career as a lawyer.
African American political activists--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
African American lawyers--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Civil rights workers--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Houston (Tex.)--Race relations;
University of Houston Central...
Gene Locke discusses issues about race relations in Houston during the 1960s and 1970s. He describes the transformation of the University of Houston, and his involvement in civil rights and politics in the city of Houston. Gene Locke served as...
Letter from Governor James V. Allred to C. F. Richardson, Sr. indicating he is enclosing a copy of the press memorandum that he issued when he signed the bill in May 1935 that established a tuberculosis sanatorium for Negroes.