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    • 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....
    • Berman, Milton

    • Berman, Milton--Interviews ;
      Businessmen--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Federated Department Stores ;
      Oral histories ;
      Retail trade -- Management ;
      Retail trade -- Texas -- Houston -- History ;
      Department stores --...
    • After his graduation from Harvard Business School during the depression, Milton Berman began working in the retail trade in Boston, then Brooklyn, and eventually finding his way to Houston in 1964 as chairman and CEO of Foley's Department Store. In...
    • Chen, Edward

    • Chen, Edward Sr., 1908?-; Chen, Edward, 1937-; Civic leaders -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Chinese -- United Sates; Chinese Americans -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Houston (Tex.) -- Race relations; Oral histories
    • Chinese-American civic leader, Edward Chen is interviewed by David Goldstein. Mr. Chen talks about the history of the Chinese immigration in the U.S. and the Chinese population in Houston.
    • Cole, Criss

    • Cole, Criss--Interviews ;
      Legislators--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Texas House of Representatives ;
      Oral histories
    • Criss Cole served on the Texas legislature as a member of the House of Representatives and was then appointed as a judge in Harris County. Mr. Cole was instrumental in passing legislation to regulate water and air pollution in Harris County. In...
    • Gayle, Gibson

    • Gibson, Gayle Jr.; Lawyers--Texas--Houston--Interviews; Fullbright and Jaworski (Law firm)--Texas--Houston; Texas Medical Center--Texas--Houston; Oral histories
    • Gibson Gayle talks about his career as a lawyer; the Texaco-Pennzoil case; and his involvement with the M.D. Anderson foundation, the Texas Medical Center, and the Baylor College of Medicine.
    • Goldstein, Albert

    • Goldstein, Albert S.--Interviews ;
      Jewish Community Council (Houston, Tex.) ;
      Jewish community centers ;
      Jews--Charities--Interviews ;
      Charity organizations--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
    • Albert Goldstein worked with the Association of Jewish Charities at Bolivar, Maryland, and from 1946 to 1975 worked as the Director of the Jewish Community Council in Houston. Among his accomplishments were the award-winning Housing project for the...
    • Gottlieb, Dick

    • Gottlieb, Dick--Interviews ;
      City council members--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Houston (Tex.)--Politics and government ;
      Houston (Tex.)--Race relations ;
      Television personalities--Texas--Houston ;
      Television...
    • Dick Gottlieb was a former TV entertainer who decided to run for city council in 1969. He beat the incumbent in a run-off election achieving an upset victory. He credited his TV image and prior experience as a fundraiser for local and national...
    • Hershey, Terry

    • Hershey, Terry -- Interviews; Environmentalists -- Texas -- Interviews; Nature conservation.
    • Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Terry Hershey's interest in the environment contributed to making her an advocate for the conservation of nature. Her venture into the parks and recreation field, fighting against destroying vegetation,led her to raise...
    • Ima Hogg

    • Houston Women
    • Photograph (detail) of Ima Hogg. Ima Hogg was the daughter of James Stephen Hogg, governor of Texas from 1891 to 1895. She was involved in the creation of the Houston Symphony, a mental health clinic foundation, a child guidance center. In 1943...
    • Jackson, Bradley

    • Jackson, Bradley--Interviews ; Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943 ; Tuskegee University--People--1940-1950 ; World War, 1939-1945 ; United States. Army. Reserve Officers' Training Corps ; Korean War, 1950-1953 ; United States Postal Service ;...
    • Mr. Jackson discusses attending Tuskegee University and serving as a pallbearer at Dr. George Washington Carver's funeral. He also served in the United States military in the Korean War. Afterwards, he came to Houston and worked at the United...
    • Joel R. Poinsett

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    • Black and white image of the Joel R. Poinsett being launched (built in 1943 according to Texas Parks and Wildlife document From World War II: Working-class Heroes to Artificial Reefs by J. Barto Arnold III, Jennifer L. Goloboy, Andrew W. Hall,...
    • Lanier, Mayor Bob

    • Lanier, Robert, 1925-; Mayors -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Oral histories
    • 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...
    • Launching of SS James Barbour

    • Shipyards ; Shipbuilding--Texas--Houston ; Ships ; Warships ; Naval architecture ; Ships--Launching
    • Launching of the SS James Barbour. View of the ship as it leaves the scaffolding.
    • Launching of SS James Porter

    • Shipyards ; Shipbuilding--Texas--Houston ; Ships ; Warships ; Naval architecture ; Ships--Launching
    • Launching of the SS Jame Porter. View of the ship as it leaves the scaffolding.

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