Long, Bert L.-- Interviews;
Artists, African American -- Houston (Tex.)-- Interviews;
Artists -- Awards;
African American sculptors;
Cooks, African American.
Eldest of four children,Bert L. Long born in 1940, was raised in the Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas. He is a born artist with no formal education in arts, and a born chef. As artist and sculptor, he won many, many awards. Specially notewothy among...
Michel Moore talks about how he, as the city of Houston Mayor's Chief of Staff, his staff, and the city of Houston in general, handled the influx of evacuees from the city of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.
Streit, Yvonne -- Interviews;
People with disabilites -- Rehabilitation;
Yvonne Streit, a native Houstonian, graduated in Education from SMU and started teaching. Born from the despair of her deeply disabled daughter, she relied on her faith-driven resolve to assist the disabled adults and young children. She used a...
Photographs of three personal checks all stamped with number ""2057"": (1) to I.G. Yates from J. C. Abell;(2) to I. G. Yates from A. A. Abell; (3) to First State Bank, Ft. Stockton, TX from W. S. Broussard. With descriptions of oil leases on 1,250...
Houston Defender masthead and part of story: "Negro Workers' Plight Pitiable" which mentions two workers' labor strike incidents in the United States, including the employees' strike at Henke & Pillot stores in Houston.