Clay at Fed Court House, Date: "04/27/67": Footage of Muhammad Ali (formerly Cassius Clay) being interviewed by reporters and interacting with a couple of onlookers (and briefly making a face at the camera); his attorneys Hayden Covington and...
Conrad, Johnson, 1915-2008;
African American jazz musicians -- Interviews; African American music teachers --Texas -- Houston;
Jazz musicians -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes;
Conrad Johnson talks with David Goldstein about his career as a musician and music educator in Houston.
Conrad was a proficient jazz musician. His high school orchestra at Kashmere High School where he taught for many years won numerous awards. He...
David Goldstein and Jill Jewitt interview former Mayor Louie Welch. Louie served as Mayor of the city of Houston from 1964 to 1973. Prior to that he served on the City council from 1950 to 1952, and then again from 1956 to 1962.
Wulfe, Ed--Interviews; Real Estate developers--Houston (Tex.)--Interviews;
Real Estate business--Houston (Tex.)
Ed Wulfe discusses his career in the Real Estate business. His aim was to revitalize the neighborhoods and communities in Houston. Starting his own firm Wulfe & Co. in 1985, he developed the Gulgate Center, Meyerland Plaza and many other Malls. Ed...
Long, Bert L.-- Interviews;
Artists, African American -- Houston (Tex.)-- Interviews;
Artists -- Awards;
African American sculptors;
Cooks, African American.
Eldest of four children,Bert L. Long born in 1940, was raised in the Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas. He is a born artist with no formal education in arts, and a born chef. As artist and sculptor, he won many, many awards. Specially notewothy among...
In this interview, Gene Vaughan talks about his multifarious interests and activities. In 1970 he started the Vaughan Nelson
Investment Management Company. He became Chairman of the Greater Houston Partnership and President & Chairman of the...