Mindiola, Tatcho, 1939-;
Civil rights workers--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Mexican Americans--Social conditions--Texas--Houston;
Mexican Americans--Civil rights;
University of Houston Central Campus;
Tatcho Mindiola, director of the Mexican American Studies program at the University of Houston, describes race relations in Houston in the 1950s and 1960s, and talks about his career as a community activist.
Two mounted photographs celebrating 50,000th telephone installation in Houston. Includes: Oscar Holcombe; E.D.Mims; W.G.Winters; John H. Mitchell; Capt. Allie Anderson; Pauline Sterneberg; Knox E. Wright; Florence Ledbetter Scarzilla; Robert...
Colored photo of silent film actress Ethel Gray Terry and Robert Armstrong. Terry sits on a stool in front of a piano, while Armstrong leans against the piano, grasping her hands and staring into her eyes. Flowers decorate the background.
This folder contains the reminiscences of Mrs. Dilue Rose Harris about her life moving to and growing up in Texas in the late 1830s. She describes living in Harrisburg, the Battle of San Jacinto, and some of the first elections in Texas. It is...
This folder contains biographical information about a series of men who immigrated to Texas to serve as soldiers, priests, etc., as well as a discussion of the missionaries sent out into what would become Texas to explore the territory and...