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    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to Walter White, February 18, 1939

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    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to Walter White, Secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Richardson recently noted a news piece in the Kansas City Call that mentioned that White will be visiting Dallas during...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • White, Hattie Mae

    • White, Hattie Mae--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
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    • Villagomez, Augustin

    • Villagomez, Augustin--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans--Social conditions--Texas--Houston ;
      Immigrants--Mexico ;
      Oral histories
    • Augustin Villagomez came to Houston in the 1920s. His first job was in the V.A. Hospital, working as an Order for cleaning rooms for 38 cents per hour. After saving some money, he went to Morelia to marry his girlfriend, Anavelia Rivera. They had 3...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Letter C. F. Richardson, Sr. to James V. Allred, July 12, 1938

    • Sam Houston Coliseum ; conventions
    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to Governor James V. Allred congratulating Governor Allred on his presidential appointment as judge of the recently created federal district court for Southern Texas. Richardson also reminded Governor Allred of his...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from Roy Wilkins to C. F. Richardson, Sr., August 16, 1938

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    • Letter from Roy Wilkins, Assistant Secretary, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, to C. F. Richardson, Sr., President of the Houston Branch of the NAACP, dated August 16, 1938. Wilkins congratulates Richardson and the...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from NAACP Special Counsel to C.F. Richardson,Sr., October 8, 1937

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    • Letter from NAACP Special Counsel, dated October 8, 1937, to C. F. Richardson with acknowledgment and thanks for the marked copy of the October 2nd issue of the Houston Defender. The NAACP Counsel also asks that he be kept advised of the progress...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to James V. Allred, December 12, 1938

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    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to Governor James V. Allred discussing a copy of some valuable information provided to Richardson by the governor, and Richardson's plan to visit Austin on December 16, 1938. Richardson attached to his letter a...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to NAACP Board of Directors, June 1, 1918

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    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr., The Houston Observer Pub., to the Board of Directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, dated June 1, 1918. Richardson writes that a group of fifty men met the previous evening at...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from Albon Holsey to Walter White, August 8, 1938

    • NAACP
    • Letter from Albon L. Holsey, Secretary of the National Negro Business League, to Walter F. White, Secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, dated August 8, 1938. Holsey informs White of the National Negro Business...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to Charles Houston, October 16, 1937

    • NAACP
    • Letter from C. F. Richardson, Sr. to Charles Houston, Special Counsel NAACP, regarding a proposed scholarship aid bill that Richardson and others are working on getting presented to the Texas legislature. The NAACP chapters in Dallas, San Antonio,...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • 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.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Progressive Houston, vol. ii, no. 9, January, 1911

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    • Ship Channel bond election results - Historical Sketch ; Tonnage on the Ship Channel ; Millions being invested in new buildings ; Citrus fruits take gold and silver prizes ; Texas Frisco headquarters remove to Houston ; Official statistics of...
    • Texas Room Periodicals

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