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 contain a brief history of the early churches established in Galveston,Texas. They cover the Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist, Baptist, Episcopal, and Catholic churches as well as the German Lutheran Church, the German Methodist...
Presents aspects of the social, economical, and educational situation of Houston's African American population around 1915. Includes articles by different authors. Contains statistical data and numerous photos of people, streets, and buildings.
Baseball coaches--United States;
Baseball players--United States.
Wayne Graham is one of the most distinctive coaches in Baseball, and is credited with more than 1400 wins as a Collegiate Head Coach. He played 11 years as a professional with the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets, and was named Texas Minor...
-- Welch '70 Race Relations, Date: "01/01/70": Houston Mayor Louie Welch comments about the progress in race relations in the city. -- Bullard on Channel Pollution, Date: "01/01/70": Admiral Ross Bullard speaks about the Coast Guard’s role...
Kirkland, W. A.--Interviews ; Bankers--Texas--Houston--Interviews ; Naval staff--World War I & II; Oral histories.
Born in 1898 in Houston. After his early education in Houston, he entered Princeton University in 1915. During that time he enlisted in Naval reserve when World War I was delared in 1917. In 1918 he was on active duty at Nantucket. he returned to...
Reproduction of the 1866 facsimile of the original version published in Houston by Gray, Strickland of Houston in 1866. Original title: Houston city directory for 1866 : with a map of the city, directory to streets and localities, names of city,...
Rev. Alfred R. McCullough discusses his family history and gives an in depth history of Independence Heights, and African American community that was established as a city until it became a part of Houston.