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    • Jungman Neighborhood Library

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    • Jungman Neighborhood Library designed by Irving Phillips and Robert Peterson and opened on October 20, 1975. Frank Jungman was dedicated to libraries. He helped found the public library in his home town of Hondo, Texas, and strongly supported the...
    • Young Neighborhood Library

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    • This original branch building, opened to the public on October 7th, 1957, was named for Mrs. Alice McKean Young, who was a member of the Library Board for five years before her death in 1953. The memorial plaque on the inside of Young Branch...
    • Juila Ideson Building

    • Architectural elements ; Architecture ; Buildings ; Libraries ; Houston Public Library
    • Drawing of Julia Ideson Building by Mary Bonner, Houston, Texas
    • Heights Neighborhood Library

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    • Heights Neighborhood Library constructed in the Mediterranean revival style and designed by J.M. Glover opened for service in 1925 and was formally dedicated on March 18, 1926. In 1951, this building was completely renovated, basement...
    • Collier Regional Library

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    • Collier Regional Library designed by MRW Architects and opened on September 28, 1985. Everett Collier worked his way up from campus correspondent to editor of the Houston Chronicle. He held that position for over thirteen years, serving as a...
    • Castillo, Leonel

    • Castillo, Leonel; Municipal officials and employees -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Human rights workers -- Texas -- Houston; Mexican Americans -- Texas -- Houston; Political activists -- Texas -- Houston; Oral histories
    • Leonel Castillo was the first Mexican American elected to citywide office in Houston and the director of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service in Jimmy Carter's cabinet during the 1970’s. Interviewed by Kerry Wince he talks about his work...
    • Henington-Alief Regional Library

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    • Back corner of the Henington-Alief Regional Library branch designed by the White Budd Van Ness Partnership and opened on August 19, 1985. David M. Henington, retired in 1994 after 26 years as director of Houston Public Library. During his tenure...
    • Park Place Regional Library

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    • Library service in Park Place was first established at Park Place Elementary School, followed by locations on Broadway and in City Hall. On July, 17, 1939, the Park Place Branch, 8145 Park Place Boulevard, was opened to the public. In l953, the...
    • Morris Frank Library

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    • Morris Frank Library front entrance designed by Barry Moore and opened October 30, 1983. The building in this photograph was located at 6440 West Bellfort. Morris Frank Library is now a Houston Public Library Express location and located at 10103...
    • Johnson Neighborhood Library

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    • Educator W.L.D. Johnson, Sr., led a drive in 1910 to raise funds for the purchase of land for Houston's Colored Carnegie Library; he was one of the original board members for that early library.
    • Mancuso Neighborhood Library

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    • Mancuso Neighborhood Library designed by Charles Chan and Philip Chang and opened in 1982. Frank O. Mancuso enjoyed a substantial career in professional baseball before entering politics. He was appointed to Houston's City Council in 1963 and...
    • Flores Neighborhood Library

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    • Flores Neighborhood Library designed by Molina and Associates Architects and opened on November 4, 1982. The Reverend Patricio F. Flores, Archbishop of San Antonio, was active in programs for Houston's Hispanic community and the first...
    • Melcher Neighborhood Library

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    • Melcher Neighborhood Library designed by W. Norris Moseley and opened in 1974. Lucile Yvonne Melcher, a native Houstonian, learned from the uncle who raised her to love books and learning. In his honor she established a fund for the continuing...
    • Pleasantville Neighborhood Library

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    • Pleasantville Neighborhood Library library designed by W. Norris Moseley and opened in 1974. Building features a covered walkway on the left of a round stucco room protruding from the front wall. Thin rectangular windows line the top and side of...
    • Smith Neighborhood Library

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    • Smith Neighborhood Library designed by John Chase and opened on June 2, 1974. Dentist Dr. Lonnie E. Smith practiced briefly in Galveston before coming to Houston. He was the plaintiff in the 1944 landmark Supreme Court case Smith v. Allwright which...
    • Hillendahl Neighborhood Library

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    • Hillendahl Neighborhood Library designed by Pitts, Phelps, and White and opened on November 17, 1971. The family of Arnold L. Hillendahl pioneered the Spring Branch area from its beginnings as a farming community in the 1830s.

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