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    • Becker, Alan J.

    • Becker, Alan J. -- Interviews; Life insurance agents--Interviews; Houston (Tex.)--Growth and development;
    • Born in Houston, Texas, and graduating from the University of Texas in Marketing and Business, Alan Becker started his career in Life insurance. In this interview, he discusses the rapid growth and development of Houston in the 1950s, and the...
    • Houston Oral History Project: a great city voices its past
    • River Oaks Scrapbook, volume 14 (October 1935 to January 1937)

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    • Contains copies of the River Oaks Corporation advertisements ; house plans of River Oaks homes ; Annual report of the Houston Chamber of Commerce, 1935 ; McCall's Home of the Month, April 1936. Clippings from: October 1935 to January 1937.
    • River Oaks Collection
    • Gallardo, Juan

    • Gallardo, Juan--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans ;
      Oral histories ;
      Mexico--History--Revolution, 1910-1920 ;
      Celaya, 1st Battle of, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, 1915 ;
      Celaya, 2nd Battle of, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico,...
    • As a young man, Juan Gallardo faced hardships in his hometown of Pueblo Nuevo, Mexico, after the Mexican Revolution. Fearing that conditions would not improve after the war, Gallardo left for America in 1919. After he arrived in Houston with no...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Herskowitz, Mickey

    • Herskowitz, Mickey -- Interviews; Sportswriters -- Houston (Tex.) -- Interviews; Reporters and reporting; Sports journalism;
    • The passion for sports writing was imbibed in Mickey Herskowitz from an early age. Growing up in Houston, he started writing for the Houston Post when he was only 14 years old. When the Chronicle purchased The Post, he started writing for the...
    • Houston Oral History Project: a great city voices its past.
    • Historic Houses

    • Maresh files
    • Contains information about the historic houses in Harris County.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • Hogg, Ima

    • Hogg, Ima--Interviews ;
      Philanthropists--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Hogg, James Stephen, 1851-1906 ;
      Texas--Politics and government--1865-. ;
      Oral histories
    • Ima Hogg describes her life as the daughter of James Stephen Hogg, governor of Texas from 1891 to 1895. She talks about her involvement in creating the Houston Symphony, a mental health clinic foundation, a child guidance center, serving in the...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Kennedy Summer Home on Morgan's Point

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    • View of homes on Bay Ridge Road, Morgan's Point, TX., from pier in Galveston Bay. On right: Daniel E. Kennedy home. Site of smaller house is now occupied by mansion built by Gov. Ross Sterling and referred to as ""Texas White House.""
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    • KHOU-TV Film Box 6301, Reel 18 : footage from September to November, 1963

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    • Hurricane Cindy, Date: "09/ /63": Footage of Hurricane Cindy, which made landfall near High Island, Texas, on September 17, 1963. -- Connallys [] [], Date: "11/23/63": Footage of crowd gathered to hear Texas Governor John Connally speak. Governor...
    • RGD033 KHOU-TV Film Collection
    • KHOU-TV Film Box 6902, Reel 12 : footage from April, 1969

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    • Grant Cook on F.B.I. Bussing, Date: "04/25/69": Attorney Grant Cook speculates on the FBI investigation into the NAACP’s busing plan in Houston. -- Jim West Home, Date: "04/24/69": Footage of restoration of the Jim West mansion in Clear Lake...
    • RGD033 KHOU-TV Film Collection
    • Link-Lee Mansion floor plans

    • houses ; home
    • Plans for the first, second and third floors of the Link-Lee Mansion.
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Link-Lee Mansion

    • houses ; home
    • "In 1912 J. W. Link, a lumberman and financier from Orange, Texas, had this mansion designed and built for an estimated $60,000. The house, 83 feet wide and 100 feet deep, contains a basement and three floors. Originally the first floor had a...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Link-Lee Mansion

    • houses ; home
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    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

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