Shows city blocks, named streets, bayous, and ward areas. Title from printed inscription. Scale of map is 1000 feet to 1 in. Includes inset titled "The Central Part on an Enlarged Scale" with scale of approximately 250 ft. to 1 in.
Notes by Ed Kilman as he reviewed the diary of Constance Evershade. Constance was the daughter of Charles Evershade, Superintendent of the Texas Transportation Company in the 1880s. Constance kept her diary for 15 years, from 1885 to 1900. The...
Clippings of October 21, 1962 and October 28, 1962 articles in the "Texas Heartbeat" column of the Houston Post by Ed Kilman. Kilman reviews the Diary of Constance Evershade, daughter of Charles Evershade, Superintendent of the Texas...
Hispanic American scholars--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Minority college teachers--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
American literature--Hispanic American authors--Publishing;
Hispanic American literature (Spanish);
Dr. Nicolás Kanellos, a scholar whose expertise is the literature of the Hispanics in the United States, talks about the contributions of this minority group in all aspects of cultural life; his career as a scholar, college professor, and...
Born in an industrial family in Galveston, Texas, had a large share in the development of the Imperial Sugar Company in Sugar Land, Texas, and the development of industries there. Also was involved in the cotton industry and US Bank
Sakowitz, Robert, 1938-;
Sakowitz Department Store -- History;
Family-owned business enterprises -- Texas -- History;
Robert Sakowitz talks about his family business in Houston, the Sakowitz stores; about the city of Houston at the time the stores were established and developed; and the personalities he met while doing business.