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    • Young, Hazel

    • Young Hazel Hainsworth, 1905-2009; Teachers, Black -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes; School integration -- Texas -- Houston -- History; Houston (Tex.) -- Race relations; Oral histories
    • Interviewed by Elma Barrera, Hazel Young, a centenarian that lives in Houston, examines her life as a young girl growing up in the Fifth Ward, and as a teacher in the public school system.
    • Wilson, Sandra

    • Wilson, Sandra--Interviews ; Gregory School (Houston, Tex.)--People--1950-1960 ; African American students--Texas--Houston--20th century ; African American teachers and the community ; Journalism, High school--United States ; African American...
    • Former Gregory Elementary student Sandra Wilson discusses growing up and attending Gregory and Booker T. as well as her passion and career in Journalism.
    • Tinsley, Eleanor

    • Tinsley, Eleanor, 1926-2009; City council members -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; School integration -- Texas -- Houston -- History; Houston Community College (Houston, Tex.) -- History; School board presidents -- Texas -- Houston --...
    • Eleanor Tinsley talks about her years as president of the board of the Houston Independent School District, and as member of the city council. She was involved in the school integration movement and was instrumental in the creation of the Houston...
    • Corpus Christi Monthly, July 1988

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    • Reproduction of the July 1988 issue of the magazine Corpus Christi Monthly featuring Florence "Bu" Pleasant on the cover and an article about her by Ken Kruse entitled "The lady is a champ", (pp. 4-5;14-18). Pleasant was a reknown African American...
    • Florence Pleasant with Jimmy Ford

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    • Photograph of Florence "Bu" Pleasant and Jimmy Ford after induction into the Texas Jazz Archives. Florence was a renowned African American jazz pianist and singer born in Corpus Christi, Texas in 1933. Jimmy Ford, also a renowned jazz musician,...
    • Pleasant, Florence

    • Pleasant, Florence, 1933- -- Interviews ; Pianists -- Texas -- Interviews ; African American jazz musicians -- Texas -- Interviews ; African American women musicians -- Texas --Interviews ; Cobb, Arnett, 1918-1989 ; Oral histories
    • Florence "Bu" Pleasant talks about her career as a professional musician in Texas, New York, and California; her style; and the people she met and play music with.
    • Loftis, Jack

    • Loftis, Jack; Newspaper editors --Texas --Houston --Interviews; Houston chronicle (Houston, Tex : 1912)--History; Newspaper publishing--Texas--Houston--History; Houston (Tex.) --Newspapers; Houston post (Houston, Tex. : 1932)--History; Oral...
    • Former Houston Chronicle editor Jack Loftis is interviewed by Frank Michel. Jack talks about his career as a newspaper editor for the Houston Chronicle and about the newspaper business in Houston.
    • Lack, Abe

    • Lack, Abe--Interviews ; Businessmen--Texas -Houston--Interviews ; Lack's Wholesalers ; Oral Histories ; Small business--Texas--Houston ; Immigrants--Texas--Houston--Interviews
    • Abe Lack, a Latvian immigrant, came to the United States in 1910. He and his family eventually settled in Tulsa, Oklahoma, by 1914. His early business ventures included a grocery store and an auto supply store. After a brief period in Florida real...
    • King, Otis

    • King, Otis, 1935-; African American law teachers--Houston--Interviews; African American civil rights workers--Texas--Houston; Segregation--Texas--Houston; Oral histories
    • Otis King, an African American law professor talks about his career, the social conditions for African Americans in Houston during the 1950's and 1960's, and the political scene of the time.
    • Kempner, Harris L. (1903-1987)

    • Kempner, Harris L., (Harris Leon),1903-1987 -- Interviews ; Businessmen -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews ; Industrialists -- Texas -- Interviews ; Imperial Sugar Company; Kempner Trust ; Oral histories
    • Born in an industrial family in Galveston, Texas, had a large share in the development of the Imperial Sugar Company in Sugar Land, Texas, and the development of industries there. Also was involved in the cotton industry and US Bank
    • Holcombe, Oscar

    • Holcombe, Oscar, 1888-1968--Interviews ; Mayors--Texas--Houston ; Mayors--Election ; Radio addresses, debates, etc. ; Thomas, Albert, 1898-1966 ; Oral histories
    • A collection of radio addresses from Mayor Oscar Holcombe. Mayor Holcombe gave some of these radio addresses in 1940 during his re-election campaign. He spoke about the achievements of the Holcombe Administration and the proposed projects...
    • Hershey, Terry

    • Hershey, Terry -- Interviews; Environmentalists -- Texas -- Interviews; Nature conservation.
    • Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Terry Hershey's interest in the environment contributed to making her an advocate for the conservation of nature. Her venture into the parks and recreation field, fighting against destroying vegetation,led her to raise...
    • Hale, Leon

    • Hale, Leon-; Journalists--Houston--Interviews; Houston (Tex.)--Newspapers; Houston post (Houston, Tex. :1932); Houston chronicle (Houston, Tex. : 1912); Oral histories
    • Leon Hale talks about his career as a writer for the Houston Post and the Houston Chronicle, as well as about the books he has published over the years.
    • Eury, Bob

    • Eury,Robert M.(1948)- -- Interviews; Architects, American; Architects and community; Community development, Urban.
    • Robert M. Eury was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He is the steward for Houston's redevelopment and revitalization. For 26 years he served as President of Central Houston, Inc. and worked on many projects on community planning in Houston and the...
    • Elkins, Thomas A.

    • Elkins, Thomas A., 1936- -- Interviews ; Police officers--Texas--Houston--Interviews ; African American Police--Interviews ; Police--Race discrimination ; Houston Police Department ; Oral histories.
    • Before coming to Houston in 1941, Thomas A. Elkins lived in Tuscon, Ariz. He loved driving motor cycles. In 1958, he joined the Houston Police Department as a motor cycle officer. He talks about the prejudice some people had about Black Police...

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