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    • Kempner, Harris L. (1903-1987)

    • Kempner, Harris L., (Harris Leon),1903-1987--Interviews ;
      Businessmen--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Industrialists--Texas--Interviews ;
      Imperial Sugar Company ;
      Kempner Trust ;
      Oral histories
    • Born in an industrial family in Galveston, Texas, had a large share in the development of the Imperial Sugar Company in Sugar Land, Texas, and the development of industries there. Also was involved in the cotton industry and US Bank
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • 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
    • Kelsey, Dr. Mavis

    • Kelsey, Mavis Parrott, 1912-; Physicians -- Texas -- Houston -- Biography; Physicians -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Texas Medical Center; Oral histories
    • The founder of the Kelsey-Seybold Clinic in Houston, Dr. Mavis Kelsey, examines his career as a physician in the Texas Medical Center and the creation and development of the clinic.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Houston Cotton Exchange

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    • Eugene T. Heiner, architect. Built in the Renaissance Revival style - 1894. Restored in 1971.
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Houston Cotton Exchange

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    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Glassell, Alfred

    • Glassell, Alfred C. (Alfred Curry), 1914-2008; Gas industry--Texas--Houston; Businessmen--Texas--Houston--Interviews; Businessmen--Texas--Houston--Biography; Houston (Tex.)--History--Anecdotes; Oral histories
    • Alfred Glassell, the founder of Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp -the first gas transmission system from Texas to New York- and founder of the Glassell School of Art, talks about his life in the military during World War II, and his...
    • Mayor Bill White Collection; Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Revised Code of Ordinances, City of Houston, 1914

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    • "In connection with which are published the Charter of the City of Houston, as amended to October 1913, and Extracts from the Constitution, the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, and the Code of Criminal Procedure relating to Municipal...
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    • Carrion, Juan

    • Carrion, Juan--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans ;
      Mexican American families ;
      Oral histories ;
      World War, 1939-1945
    • Juan Carrion was born in Missouri City, Texas in 1926 and moved with his family to the Magnolia Park area of Houston in 1930. In this interview, Carrion discusses his family that was originally from Mexico and moving there to work with his...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Cotton Scales in Terrell

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    • Two men weigh a bundle of cotton on cotton scales.
    • MSS0717 Views in Texas 1895-1896
    • South Texas Cotton Oil Co.

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    • Exterior of South Texas Cotton Oil Company facility.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • Houston Plant of Menkwa Compress Co.

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    • Houston Plant of Menkwa Compress Co., operated by Japan Cotton Trading Co of Texas. Loading dock with cotton bales and compress in background.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • Cotton Mills in Dallas

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    • Industrial buildings of cotton mills behind a fallow field.
    • MSS0717 Views in Texas 1895-1896
    • Houston Plant of Menkwa Compress Co.

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    • Houston Plant of Menkwa Compress Co., operated by Japan Cotton Trading Co of Texas. Photograph taken from curved railroad loading dock with facilities in background.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • Lone Star Cotton Mills

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    • View of the Lone Star Cotton Mills. People are walking away from the building.
    • MSS0717 Views in Texas 1895-1896

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