Bryant, Thelma Scott, 1905-;
African Americans--Texas--Houston--Social life and customs--History;
Thelma Scott Bryant, a centenarian from Houston, talks about her life as an African American growing up at the beginning of the 20th century. She describes the black community where she grew up; the churches, schools, theaters and businesses; and...
Letter from Houston Public Library librarian Julia Ideson to Miss Ima Hogg, thanking Miss Hogg for her donation of a letter to Texas Governor James Stephen Hogg from Porfirio Diaz, President of Mexico. Governor Hogg was Miss Hogg's father.
-- Pesticides, Date: "08/22/75": A man holds a press conference. -- Ima Hogg Funeral, Date: "08/22/75": Scenes from Ima Hogg's funeral; people with umbrellas gathering at the entrance of her house; pallbearers bringing the coffin covered with...
Farenthold, Frances Tarlton, 1926- ;
Legislators -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Texas -- Politics and government;
Women in politics --Texas;
Frances "Sissy" Farenthold, lawyer, member of the Texas Legislature (1968-1972); twice candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination (1972 and 1974); first female nominated as the Democratic candidate for the U.S. vice presidency (1972);...
In this interview, former Houston Mayor Fred Hofheinz discusses the political scene in Houston during the 1970s; accomplishments during his administration as mayor of the city; African American community social and political aspects; minorities'...