Contains short essays on Houston public school buildings, detailing the personal lives of the people they are named after, the buildings' funding and beginnings, the buildings' locations, and highlights of the schools.
Bryant, Thelma Scott, 1905-;
African Americans--Texas--Houston--Social life and customs--History;
Thelma Scott Bryant, a centenarian from Houston, talks about her life as an African American growing up at the beginning of the 20th century. She describes the black community where she grew up; the churches, schools, theaters and businesses; and...
The author describes this historically Black college located in Tuskegee, Alabama from the point of view of his visit to the campus ca. 1908 ; and talks about the founder of the school, Mr. Booker Washington.
Binder containing documents and photographs concerning the Sesquicentennial celebration in Texas in 1985. Includes the history of Bellaire, information about the City of Bellaire government, organizations and festivals, along with maps, brochures,...
St. Joseph's Infirmary is portrayed as a three story brick structure with second the third floor balconies united visually by white columns. These balconies are amidst expanses of simple brick exterior walls with rectangular institutional looking...