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    • 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
    • Houston, looking south, 1891

    • City of Houston
    • Shows aerial view of Houston, looking south, including city blocks, waterways, and vegetation. Includes labeled drawings of notable buildings, and landmark and church directories beneath map. Title from printed inscription.
    • Maps Collection
    • Progressive Houston, vol. ii, no. 4, August, 1910

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    • 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
    • Texas Room Adult Reference - Valuable
    • Judge Roy M. Hofheinz Scrapbook : Domed Stadium

    • Hofheinz, Roy, 1912-1982
    • Scrapbook put together by Judge Roy M. Hofheinz containing clippings about the Houston Astrodome from the years 1965 through 1967. Clippings cover early events at the newly opened Domed stadium to the beginning of the construction of Astroworld.
    • MSS1036 Judge Roy M. Hofheinz Collection
    • Bayou Scene Foot of Main St.

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    • RECTO: Colorized image of boats on Buffalo Bayou. Caption reads: ""Bayou Scene Foot of Main St. Houston, Texas."" VERSO: Blank
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    • U.S. Revenue Cutter Windom

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    • RECTO: Black and white image of one boat, one ship, and the U.S. Revenue Cutter Windom in the Turning Basin. Handwritten caption: "U.S. Revenue Cutter 'Windom' entering Turning Basin in Houston Ship Channel" Handwritten at the top: "12632". VERSO:...
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    • Landing at San Jacinto Battle Ground

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    • RECTO: Colorized image of the boat landing at the San Jacinto Battleground. Caption reads: ""Landing at San Jacinto Battle Ground, Houston, Texas."" VERSO: Vertically handwritten: ""Rec'd Mamy's letter, and expect you all to-morrow night. Papa went...
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    • Sterling Mansion construction

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    • Black and white photograph of west entrance of the Sterling Mansion (in La Porte, TX at Morgan's Point) while it was under construction, which was completed in 1927.
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    • San Jacinto Battlefield

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    • Black and white photograph of waterway with boats, people waiting in a covered area on the bank of the waterway, and there are people walking in the field next to the water. Caption reads, ""San Jacinto Battlefield April 21, 1910 #74 Copyright F.J....
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    • Santa Anna Farm and Ship Channel, May 1916

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    • Black and white photograph of four people in a canoe in the Ship Channel. A house can be seen in the background, possibly Santa Anna Farm, according to the caption, which reads, ""Schlueter Houston. Santa Anna Farm & Ship Channel May 1916.""
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    • Landing of the Nicholaus

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    • Black and white photograph of people gathered for the landing of The Nicholaus. Caption on the photo reads: ""Copyright 1920 by Schlueter Houston, Tex.""
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    • Nicholaus of Galveston

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    • Black and white photograph of the Nicholaus of Galveston. Caption on the photograph reads, ""Schlueter Houston. 9/11/15.""
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    • Cars and Ship

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    • People with cars watching a ship in the Channel.
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    • Satilla

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    • Black and white photograph of Satilla, the first regulalry scheduled steamship in the Port of Houston, docked at the municipal wharf. There are men working beside it. Caption in the photo reads: ""Unit No1 Municipal Wharves Houston Texas."" ...
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    • Ship and Tugboat

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    • Black and white photograph of the U.S.S. Constitution and tug boat. There are people on land watching the progression.
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