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    • Street railways and buses

    • Maresh files
    • Contains historical sketch of Houston's system of railroads and bus lines, as well as the origins of the Houston Electric Company.
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    • Vinson Neighborhood Library

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    • Vinson Neighborhood Library designed by Clovis Heimsath and opened on July 29, 1969. Judge William A. Vinson came to Houston in 1915 and founded the law firm now known as Vinson & Elkins L.L.P. Active on the Houston Public Library Board for more...
    • MSS0155 Paul Hester Collection
    • Geology of Harris County

    • Maresh files
    • Contains descriptions of the soil types found in the Houston region, specifically Harris County. Includes bibliography.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • Campos, Tony

    • Campos, Tony--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans--Interviews ;
      Baytown (Tex.) ;
      Segregation in education--Texas ;
      League of United Latin American Citizens ;
      Parachute troops ;
      Oral histories
    • Tony Campos was born in Baytown in 1923. Twenty-two days after graduating from high school he was drafted to serve in World War II with the 82nd Airborne Division as a paratrooper. He discusses growing up in Baytown and the segregation faced by the...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • River Oaks Scrapbook, volume 14 (October 1935 to January 1937)

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    • Contains copies of the River Oaks Corporation advertisements ; house plans of River Oaks homes ; Annual report of the Houston Chamber of Commerce, 1935 ; McCall's Home of the Month, April 1936. Clippings from: October 1935 to January 1937.
    • River Oaks Collection
    • First National Bank building

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    • The Neo-classical structure was the first steel frame structure in Houston. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing building to the Main street/Market Square Historic District. It is also known as the Lomas &...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • First National Bank building article

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    • The Neo-classical structure was the first steel frame structure in Houston. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing building to the Main street/Market Square Historic District. It is also known as the Lomas &...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • First National Bank building

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    • The Neo-classical structure was the first steel frame structure in Houston. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing building to the Main street/Market Square Historic District. It is also known as the Lomas &...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Cooley, Dr. Denton

    • Cooley, Denton, 1920- ; Heart surgeons -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes; Texas Heart Institute; Oral histories
    • The founder of Texas Heart Institute, Denton Cooley is interviewed by Dr. William H. Kellar. Dr. Cooley has pioneered many techniques used in cardiovascular surgery including the first successful human heart transplant and the first implant of an...
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Orange County Material No. III

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    • This folder contains documents related to the city of Orange, Texas. Included in the contents is a history of the city and information about local industry, government, clubs, schools, and points of interest.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • Plan for Westmoreland Park Map

    • Westmoreland Park
    • Shows streets, park development landscape plan and perspective view. Title from printed inscription. Scale of map is approximately 50 ft. to 1 in. Relief shown pictorially.
    • Maps Collection
    • Westmoreland Park Map

    • Westmoreland Park
    • Shows numbered lots, streets, buildings, parks, and future development areas. Includes inset of greater Houston area. Title from printed inscription. Scale of map is approximately 800 ft. to 1 in. Relief shown pictorially.
    • Maps Collection
    • Downtown Houston Retail Area Map

    • Downtown Houston
    • Shows numbered city blocks, retail lots, and streets. Also includes statistical information and a numbered list of buildings in the district. Title from title box. Scale of map is approximately 100 ft. to 1 in. Streets shown are San Jacinto St....
    • Maps Collection
    • Jasso, Rudy

    • Jasso, Rudy--Interviews ;
      Oral histories ;
      Mexican Americans--Texas--Houston ;
      Mexican Americans--Social conditions ;
      League of United Latin American Citizens ;
      Young Women's Christian Association
    • Rudy Jasso was born March 7, 1934 in Houston, Texas in the Magnolia Park area. His father was from Brownsville and his mother was from Morelia, Mexico. In this interview, Jasso discusses growing up in Magnolia Park in the 1940's and 1950's and the...
    • 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
    • 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.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Miller, Ray

    • Miller, Ray, 1919-2008; Television journalists--Texas--Houston--Interviews; Radio journalists--Texas--Houston--Interviews; KPRC-TV (Television station : Houston, Tex.) Broadcast journalism--Texas--Houston; Oral histories
    • Ray Miller talks about the news media in Houston and describes his career as a radio and television news broadcaster. Miller was the creator and host of the TV series The Eyes of Texas broadcasted through KPRC-TV.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.

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