Ed Smith discusses his career and his fondest memories with Foley's. He started with Foley's as Manager of Credit promotion, and gradually rose to the rank of Vice-President of Public Relations, Special events and Community Affairs and Visitor...
When Coach Bum Phillips was head coach of the Houston Oilers, the team achieved the most wins in franchise history. In this interview Bum talks about his career as a football coach for the Oilers and for several other teams.
Northcutt Frances Miriam (Poppy), 1943-;
Feminists -- United States -- Interviews;
Feminism -- Texas -- History -- Anecdotes;
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration;
Apollo 8 (Spacecraft);
Women rights -- Texas;
Frances "Poppy" Northcutt is interviewed by Suzanne Mascola. Frances discusses her career working for a NASA contractor, the Apollo 8, NASA, her work as a women's rights advocate; and her career as a lawyer.
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.
Miller, Ray, 1919-2008;
KPRC-TV (Television station : Houston, Tex.)
Ray Miller talks about the news media in Houston and describes his career as a radio and television news broadcaster. Miller was the creator and host of the TV series The Eyes of Texas broadcasted through KPRC-TV.
Journalism--Texas--Houston ; KHOU-TV (Television station : Houston, Tex.) ; United States--Federal Bureau of Investigation ; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ; United States--National Aeronautics and Space Administration ;...
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...
Journalism--Texas--Houston ; KHOU-TV (Television station : Houston, Tex.) ; Houston (Tex.)--Press coverage ; Seabrook (Tex.)--Press coverage ; Cooley, Denton A., 1920- --Press coverage ; Heart--Transplantation--Press coverage ; Union Station...
Seabrook Reinstaterint, Date: "07/18/68": Footage of girls getting a woman to sign a petition to bring back Police Chief Wilcox; a reporter interviews one girl and a woman about the children’s petition. -- County Bond Issue, Date: "07/18/68":...
Thunderbirds, Date: "07/27/68": Footage of Thunderbird aircraft flying in formation while a voice-over announcer names the formations and the pilots involved. -- A & M Fire School, Date: "07/27/68": Footage of a helicopter hovering over treetops...
African American school administrators -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews;
Houston Independent School District;
Wheatly High School -- Houston (Tex.);
Bellaire High School -- Houston (Tex.);
Howard Jefferson, civil rights activist, former HISD administrator, talks about the public school system and race relations in Houston.
Manchester and Houston Waterways ; Canal construction and progress ; The preliminary steps ; The environing cost ; American cargoes ; Private corporation improvements ; Total millions of cost ; First steamer from America
In this interview, former Houston Mayor Fred Hofheinz discusses the political scene in Houston during the 1970s; accomplishments during his administration as mayor of the city; African American community social and political aspects; minorities'...
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...
Griffin, Rodney--Interviews ; African American students ; Segregation--1960-1970 ; Jack Yates High School (Houston, Tex.) ; Houston Independent School District (Tex.) ; Chess--Tournaments ; Oral histories
Mr. Griffin discusses his experiences in the first desegregated Houston high school chess tournament in the 1960s. He discusses the different attitudes and the relationships he shared with other tournament participants.