Printed program of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Foundation dated March 16, 2001, presenting its 2001 Black Press Archives Enshrinement. One of the enshrinees is Clifton F. Richardson. From the Richardson Family Personal Collection.
Basic description of the town of Port Arthur, including recreational activities, tourist information, transporation information, and traffic regulations for the town. Information about the Houston-Port arthur Cruise, which was a joint event of the...
Ninth annual AHEPA Christmas tree party on December 23, 1932. Pictured: George Petheriotes as "Santa": Tom Arapalis, P. V. Pappas, George Petheriotes, Theo Peet, Charlie Exarky. On Stage: Angelo Mytelin, George Tsangalakis. Some of the children in...
At S. P. Martel hall of the church. Standing: Charlie Dixon, Angelo Petheriotes, James Petheriotes, Nick Peet, John Pappadas, John Grivas, Charlie Exarky, Theodore Peet, Tom Papadakis. Seated: George Galanos, Gus Angelos, Steve Caloudas, C. N....
Arnold, Dan (1930-) -- Interviews;
City and County Hospital (Houston, Tex.);
Harris County Hospital District;
Texas Medical Center;
Houston Urban League.
A native Houstonian, Dan Arnold grew up in the Depression era. Graduating from the Univ. of Texas in Law, he worked for Vinson and Elkins. Dan Arnold has shown an exemplary record of community service. He was involved in the City and County Charity...
Atkinson, Mary Jourdan--Interviews ; African-Americans--Texas--Houston ; Educators--Houston Texas--Oral histories.
Born in Austin in 1898, Mary Jourdan Atkinson had home schooling. At the age of 21, she enrolled in the University of Texas, where she received her Bachelor of Science and MB degree in Education. She taught at the Texas Southern University as a...
Baker, James Addison, 1930- ;
Law firms -- Texas -- Houston;
Statesmen -- United States -- Biography;
Statesmen -- United States -- Interviews;
Cabinet officers -- United States -- Biography;
Cabinet officers -- United States -- Interviews;
Statesman James Baker III examines his political career. He served as the 10th White House Chief of Staff during President Ronald Regan administration, and the 16th White House Chief of Staff during George H.W. Bush administration. He also served...
Barnes, Betty -- Interviews ; Feminists -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews ; Women's rights -- Interviews ; National Organization for Women ; Discrimination in employment -- Interviews ; Harris County Women's Political Caucus ; Oral Histories
An active member of NOW (National Organization for Women) since 1970. Advocate for women's rights and Equal Employment Opportunity for Women. Was Instructor of Government at San Jacinto College, Houston.
Barnstone, Gertrude, 1925- ;
Theater -- Texas -- Houston -- History;
School board members -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews;
School integration -- Texas -- Houston -- History;
Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes;
Gertrude Barnstone talks to Jane Ely about her life in the theatre arts, her memories of Houston and Houstonians and her election to the Houston School Board during the desegregation of the Houston School System.
These documents describe the Battle of Galveston which occurred on January 1, 1863 during the American Civil War. The battle was a victory for the confederate forces and left them with several Union warships. The last of these documents also...
Biggers, John Thomas, 1924-2001 -- Interviews ;
African American artists -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews ;
African American mural painting and decoration -- Texas -- Houston ;
Art -- Texas -- Houston ;
John Biggers, a renown artist and professor at Texas Southern University talks about the highlights of his career. He established the art department at TSU and was one of the first African American artists to visit Africa.