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    • Gerlach, Ed

    • Gerlach, Ed.--Interviews ;
      Saxophonists--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Band musicians--Texas--Houston ;
      Jazz musicians--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
    • Ed Gerlach began playing piano at the age of 5 before switching his focus to soprano saxophone and later tenor saxophone. Gerlach discusses his career as a saxophonist, including his time with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Gerlach also share his...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Richardson Jr., Cliff

    • Richardson, Clifton F. Sr., 1uuu-1939--Interviews ;
      Richardson, Clifton F. Jr., 1910- ;
      African Americans in the newspaper industry--Texas--Houston ;
      African American publishers--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Houston defender...
    • Cliff Richardson, the publisher of the Houston Defender -an African American newspaper published in Houston since 1930- talks about his father, who was also a newspaper publisher; the newspaper industry; and race relations in Houston.
    • HMRC Oral History Interviews
    • Tuttle Neighborhood Library

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    • Tuttle Neighborhood Library designed by W. Norris Moseley and opened in 1978. Originally named the Denver Harbor Branch and located at 6402 Market St. at Henke. It was renamed the Cliff Tuttle Branch in 1978 when a new building was erected at 702...
    • MSS0155 Paul Hester Collection
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Letter from John B. Smith to Sonceria Messiah-Jiles, February 1, 1991

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    • Letter from John B. Smith, Chairman of Black Press Archives and Publisher of The Atlanta Inquirer, to Mrs. Sonceria Messiah-Jiles at the Houston Defender about Cliff F. Richardson, Sr.'s enshrinement into the gallery of Black newspaper publishers.
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • C. F. Richardson, Sr. and his 1927 Buick Brougham

    • cars
    • From the Houston Informer, October 23, 1926 issue, City Happening section: "Mrs C. F. Richardson and three sons are now 'airing out' in a 1927 Buick Brougham sedan, a surprise gift from their husband and father, respectively."
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from Albon Holsey to Walter White, August 8, 1938

    • NAACP
    • Letter from Albon L. Holsey, Secretary of the National Negro Business League, to Walter F. White, Secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, dated August 8, 1938. Holsey informs White of the National Negro Business...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from Roy Wilkins to C. F. Richardson, Sr., August 16, 1938

    • NAACP
    • Letter from Roy Wilkins, Assistant Secretary, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, to C. F. Richardson, Sr., President of the Houston Branch of the NAACP, dated August 16, 1938. Wilkins asks Richardson to represent the NAACP...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to NAACP Board of Directors, June 1, 1918

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    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr., The Houston Observer Pub., to the Board of Directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, dated June 1, 1918. Richardson writes that a group of fifty men met the previous evening at...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Why I Stay in Texas and Fight

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    • Article by C. F. Richardson, expressing the motivations behind his desire to reside in Texas and his unwavering commitment to fight for civil rights in the South.
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers

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