Philanthropists -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews ;
Houston (Tex.) -- Social life and customs;
Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes;
Philanthropist and social activist, Jane Blaffer talks about the social life in Houston during the first half of the 20th century. She talks about the philanthropic contributions of her family as well as people like the Cullens, Imma Hogg, James...
The founder of Texas Heart Institute, Denton Cooley is interviewed by Dr. William H. Kellar. Dr. Cooley has pioneered many techniques used in cardiovascular surgery including the first successful human heart transplant and the first implant of an...
This folder contains documents related to the city of Orange, Texas. Included in the contents is a history of the city and information about local industry, government, clubs, schools, and points of interest.
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.
Hall, Anthony, 1944-;
Municipal officials and employees -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews;
African American legislators -- Texas -- Interviews;
Texas -- Politics and government;
Houston (Tex.) -- Race relations;
City of Houston Chief Administrative Officer (2004- ) Anthony Hall, talks about his political career. He served as a State Representative in the Texas Legislature from 1973 to 1979, on the Houston City Council from 1979 to 1989, as Chairman of the...
These documents discuss the history of Liberty county and how the events that occurred there helped the state of Texas to gain its independence from Mexico. The documents begin: "Little has been told of the early history of Liberty County and of...