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    • Graves, Curtis

    • Graves, Curtis--Interviews; African American politicians ; Texas. Legislature. House of Representatives ; African American legislators--Texas--Houston ; Texas Southern University--Alumni and alumnae ; Civil rights--Texas--Houston ; African American...
    • Mr. Curtis Graves was the first African American to serve in the State House of Representatives in Texas since Reconstruction. In this interview he discusses his time served as well as his transition into art and photography.
    • Morris, Kenneth

    • Morris, Kenneth--Interviews ; Aeronautics ; African American veterans--Texas--Houston ; African American philanthropists ; Oral histories
    • Veteran Kenneth Morris discusses growing up in Houston, enlisting the the Armed Services and his love for aviation. He also discusses his non-profit organization Universal Elite Aerospace which focuses on teaching and exposing inner city youth to...
    • Sam, DeAndre

    • Sam, DeAndre--Interviews ; African American businesspeople ; Minority business enterprises--Texas--Houston ; Oral histories.
    • Second generation owner of Houston's oldest African American owned storage and moving business discusses the history of A Rocket Moving and Storage.
    • Provost, Georgia

    • Provost, Georgia--Interviews ; Provost, Herbert, 1921-1998 ; African American photographers--Texas--Houston ; African American photographers--Texas--Interviews ; African American photographers--History--20th century ; Oral histories
    • Photographer Georgia Provost discusses her photography business created by her late husband Mr. Herbert Provost. She also discusses the different assignments across Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana as well as treatment received during the...
    • Freeman, Thomas

    • Freeman, Thomas--Interviews ; African American educators ; Texas Southern University ; Rice University ; Houston Community College System ; Debates and debating--Texas--Houston ; Oral histories.
    • World renowned professor and coach of Texas Southern University's debate team, Dr. Thomas Freeman recalls 60 plus years as an educator at Texas Southern University.
    • Humphrey, James "Bo"

    • Humphrey, James--Interviews ; Gregory School (Houston, Tex.)--People--1950-1960 ; African American students--Texas--Houston--History--20th century ; African American teachers and the community ; African American coaches (Athletics) ; Oral...
    • Gregory alumnus James "Bo" Humphrey recalls his experiences as a student and teacher at the school.
    • McCullough, Alfred

    • McCullough, Alfred--Interviews; Independence Heights (Houston, Tex.) ; Independence Heights (Houston, Tex.)--History ; African American neighborhoods ; Oral Histories.
    • Rev. Alfred R. McCullough discusses his family history and gives an in depth history of Independence Heights, and African American community that was established as a city until it became a part of Houston.
    • Vienn, Anna Lorraine

    • Vienn, Anna Lorraine--Interviews ; African Americans ; Methodist Hospital (Houston, Tex.) ; Huston-Tillotson College ; Catering and hospitality ; Oral histories.
    • Mrs. Vienn discusses growing up in Mississippi, attending Huston-Tillotson and UTMB-Galveston, working for Methodist for 27 years and her current job catering.
    • Smith, Gerald

    • Smith, Gerald--Interviews ; African American bankers--Texas--Houston ; Investment bankers ; Minority business enterprises--Texas--Houston ; Oral histories
    • Native Houstonian Gerald Smith discusses how he grew up to be chairman, CEO and co-founder of Smith, Graham & Co. Investment Advisors -- one of the nation's largest minority owned institutional investment managers.
    • Anderson, Abner

    • Anderson, Abner--Interviews ; Texas Southern University--Alumni and alumnae ; Segregation ; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ; National Association for the Advancement of Colored...
    • Former postman and EEOC worker Abner Anderson discusses living in Houston and his work with Houston's NAACP and civil rights.
    • Smith, Terry

    • Smith, Terry--Interviews ; African American architects ; African American architecture--Texas--Houston ; African American businesspeople ; Prairie View A & M University--Alumni and alumnae ; Oral histories
    • Mr. Terry Smith, founder and president of Smith & Company Architects discusses growing up and establishing his architecture firm in Houston, TX. Mr. Smith also discusses influences such as John Chase and several projects he has worked on in...
    • Green, Ronald

    • Green, Ronald--Interviews; African American politicians ; African American laywers ; University of Houston ; Texas Southern University ; African American students--Texas--Houston--20th century ; City council members ; Oral histories
    • Houston's first African American City Controller discusses growing up in Third Ward, attending University of Houston and Texas Southern University, founding his own law firm and serving the city of Houston as a Councilman and City Controller.
    • McGowen, Jewell

    • McGowen, Jewell--Interviews ; African American politicians ; School boards--African American membership--Texas--Houston ; City council members--Texas--Houston ; Civil rights--1950-1970 ; Civil rights--Texas--Houston--History ; Oral histories
    • Mrs. Jewell McGowen discusses growing up in Hempstead, living in Lufkin and moving to Houston, TX with her husband, Ernest McGowen--one of the first African American city council members in Houston. Mrs. McGowen also discusses participation and...

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