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    • Bryant, Thelma Scott

    • Bryant, Thelma Scott, 1905-; Centenarians--Texas--Houston--Interviews; Segregation--Texas--Houston--History; African Americans--Texas--Houston--Social life and customs--History; Oral histories
    • 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...
    • Houston Oral History Project
    • Garcia, E.J.

    • Garcia, E. J.--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans ;
      Oral histories
    • E. J. Garcia was born in San Antonio and moved to Houston in 1919 to work in the oil industry. Starting in 1925, he worked as an insurance agent for American National Insurance where he primarily sold life insurance policies to the Mexican-American...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Sakowitz, Robert

    • Sakowitz, Robert, 1938- ;
      Businessmen--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Retail trade--Texas--Houston ;
      Sakowitz Department Store--History ;
      Family-owned business enterprises--Texas--History ;
      Oral histories
    • In this interview, Robert Sakowitz discusses how his family came from Ukraine and started a haberdashery business in Galveston. After the hurricane in 1915, they moved the business to Houston. In 1929, they moved to the new Gulf building, thanks to...
    • Houston Oral History Project
    • Roussel, Peter

    • Roussel, Peter,(1941-)--Interviews; Journalists --Interviews; Press secretaries --United States --Interviews; Journalism teachers.
    • Born in Houston, Peter Roussel followed his parents' footsteps in becoming a journalist. He worked as a Press spokeman for several Presidents and Secretary of State. After moving to Houston from Washington, he became a TV-Radio commentator and...
    • Houston Oral History Project
    • Boating

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    • Unidentified man with two women in boat (possibly Josie Taylor on right).
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection
    • On the Lawn

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    • Unidentified man with two women on lawn.
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection
    • James and Josie Taylor

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    • James Taylor (left) and Josie Taylor (front right) with unidentified couple.
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection
    • Graduation

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    • Unidentified woman in graduation photograph.
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection
    • Josie Taylor

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    • Josie Taylor (second from left) and three unidentified women sitting on wall.
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection
    • At Prairie View

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    • (Left-Right): 1. Louise Kilpatrick-Baker ; 2. Elizabeth Kilpatrick-Mims ; 3. Lucile Kilpatrick ; 4. Carlie Kilpatrick-Collins ; 5. Cleo Kilpatrick Maxwell
    • PH0004 Beverly Mims Wood
    • James and Josie Taylor

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    • Postcard photo of James and Josie Taylor.
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection
    • Gonzalez, Carmen

    • Gonzalez, Carmen--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans ;
      Immigrants ;
      Public schools--Texas ;
      Oral histories
    • Carmen Gonzalez came to Mercedes, Texas from Salvia, Mexico. She was sent back to Mexico in 1935 but was able to return by 1940 and began working in the cafeteria of Mercedes High School. Gonzalez came to Houston in the mid 1940s, working first for...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Couple in field

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    • Unidentified couple in field.
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection
    • On the steps

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    • Unidentified man and two women on steps.
    • PH0007 Hilliard Taylor Collection

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