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    • Progressive Houston, vol. ii, no. 2, May, 1910.

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    • Circluar for deep water bonds ; City brick making ; Has grown forty-eight times greater ; The Rice Institute ; The Ship Channel as a money maker ; The interurban railway progressing ; Water Department doings and the cost ; A driveway to cover a...
    • Texas Room Adult Reference - Valuable
    • Progressive Houston, vol. ii, no. 4, August, 1910

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    • Manchester and Houston Waterways ; Canal construction and progress ; The preliminary steps ; The environing cost ; American cargoes ; Private corporation improvements ; Total millions of cost ; First steamer from America
    • Texas Room Adult Reference - Valuable
    • Portrait of the Peet family, 1910

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    • Theo and Kaliope Peet and their daughter Tacia, at Murdock's, Galveston, in 1910.
    • MSS0199 Greek Community Collection
    • Barnes, Nathaniel

    • Barnes, Nathaniel--Interviews ;
      African American gospel musicians--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Blues musicians--Texas--Houston ;
      African American gospel singers--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
    • Born in D'Lo, Simpson County, Mississippi, on September 26, 1910, Nathaniel "Bill" Barnes had an inborn gift of singing. Despite having no formal education in reading or writing music, Barnes could pick up and sing songs from hearing others sing....
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • San Jacinto Battlefield

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    • Black and white photograph of waterway with boats, people waiting in a covered area on the bank of the waterway, and there are people walking in the field next to the water. Caption reads, ""San Jacinto Battlefield April 21, 1910 #74 Copyright F.J....
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    • Rows of young Satsuma orange trees in nursery

    • Agriculture ; Trees, fruit ; Trees, orange
    • Rows of young Satsuma orange trees in nursery owned by P. I. Gill, League City, Texas. Three unidentified men stand in the field. Includes: P. I. Gill Nursery.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter / Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • Main Street Viaduct

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    • RECTO: Colorized image of downtown Houston. At the bottom edge is a train emerging from under the Main Street Viaduct. There is a boat docked across the bayou at the foot of Main Street. There are three trolley cars on Main Street as well as horses...
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    • Nine men wearing covering on heads standing in and near automobiles

    • People
    • Nine men wearing white covering over their heads, holding beer bottles in the air and smoking cigars. Black man holds a tray of beer bottles. Two automobiles in photo: one on left is 1910 or 1911 Buick.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter / Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • Arnold, Edwin

    • Arnold, Edwin, 1881-1984--Interviews ;
      Oral histories;
      Law -- Texas -- Houston;
      Lawyers -- Texas -- Houston;
      Railroads -- United States -- Employees;
      Texas -- History -- 1846-1950;
      Depressions -- 1929 -- Texas --...
    • When he was born in 1881, his father planned to make him a butcher, but Edwin Arnold decided to work in insurance and on the railroad before becoming a well-respected lawyer in Houston. A man of many talents, Arnold also wrote a historical novel,...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Christ Church and Rectory

    • Buildings
    • The church building appears to have a square bell tower. The church and the adjacent rectory house are of red brick and the roofing for both is shown to be a green material on this postcard. A long, tall building is the backdrop for this church ;...
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Heights Boulevard in Houston

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    • Heights Boulevard in Houston.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • 1910 BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE

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    • Henry Maresh was a local supervisor of the WPA project researching the history of Houston. The researchers combed through all available documentation, including extant newspapers, previously published books, and legal records, and extracted factual...
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