African American political activists--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
African American lawyers--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Civil rights workers--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Houston (Tex.)--Race relations;
University of Houston Central...
Gene Locke discusses issues about race relations in Houston during the 1960s and 1970s. He describes the transformation of the University of Houston, and his involvement in civil rights and politics in the city of Houston. Gene Locke served as...
Wong, Martha, 1939-;
Texas--Politics and government;
Houston (Tex.)--Politics and government;
Asian Americans--Social conditions--Texas--Houston;
In 1993 Martha Wong was the first Asian American elected to the Houston City Council, and in 2003, she became the first Asian American woman elected to the Texas Legislature. In this interview, Martha answers questions about her career and her life...
Streetview of a street in downtown Houston; a horse and carriage and several cars can be seen in and parked on the side of the street. A sign for the Majestic Theatre is strung across the street; business signs can be seen, including S.H. Kress &...
People boarding covered boats at the Houston Ship Channel at foot of Main Street. Wm. D. Cleveland & Sons Bldg. In distant center of photograph. Patriotic bunting and maritime message flags adorn the ships. Large JASMINE sign in distance.
Houston Press Building, Houston, TX. Sign on post: ""New Home of __?__ to be completed December 1st."" Automobiles parked beside building: 1924 Essex Sedan; 1923 Model T Ford Coupe; 1926 Model T Ford Coupe; 1924 Model T. Ford Roadster.
People sitting in three automobile. Sign on center car, which holds a harp, reads: ""Musicians Local No.65."" Other two cars decorated to make them look like floats. None of the people in automobiles identified.