Aerial view of a Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo site around 1953 depicting horses, covered wagons, automobiles, and people engaged in different rodeo-related activities. Photograph was probably taken by Bert Brandt around 1953.
At S. P. Martel hall of the church. Standing: Charlie Dixon, Angelo Petheriotes, James Petheriotes, Nick Peet, John Pappadas, John Grivas, Charlie Exarky, Theodore Peet, Tom Papadakis. Seated: George Galanos, Gus Angelos, Steve Caloudas, C. N....
Originally from Ferozepur, Punjab, India, and having a degree in Veterinary Medicine from Punjab, and serving in the Indian Army from 1953 to 1973, Rajinder Bhalla's desire was to return to the United States when he was sent on an assignment to...
Blanton, Jack Sawtelle, 1927- ;
Gas industry -- Texas -- Houston;
Businessmen -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews;
Philanthropists -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews;
Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art (Austin, Tex.);
Mr. Blanton discusses his life in Houston, art collecting, the Houston Endowment, and Houston leadership.
Caldwell, C. Lee--Interviews ;
Mormon leaders--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ;
Lee Caldwell was born in Los Angeles, CA, and reared in a small town in Eastern Utah. In 1958, he first came to Houston as a Missionary for the Mormon Church for 2 years, then returned to Utah for undergraduate studies, and soon after, entered the...
Induction ceremony for Judge Roy Hofheinz's wife, Irene Cafcalas Hofheinz, at S. P. Martel hall. Standing, back row: Bealyo Giannaukos, Tasia Andrews, Katherine Pappas, unknown, Fofo DeClaris, Kaliope John, Bessie Retsios, Helen Gatoura, Martha...
Duley, Mrs. Ray L.--Interviews ; Publishers and publishing--Texas--Houston--Interviews ; Gulf Publishing Company ; Periodicals--Publishing ; Oral histories.
Mrs. Ray Dudley was born in Georgia in 1896. Her family came to Houston when her father became the minister of the First Baptist Church. She attended Baylor University and met her husband Ray L. Dudley. In 1917, Mr. Dudley, became editor of the...
John James Herrera was a civil rights advocate for Mexican Americans. He was president of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) from 1952 to 1953, and remained connected with the organization as a "lifetime distinguished member".