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1416 Main Street, Baker house, Houston, Texas

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    • The original Baker house on 1416 Main Street, Houston, Texas. It is a two-storied building with trees around it, built in April 1919.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914 / Junior League Collection
    • 1920 Model T. Ford tank truck, gasoline truck

    • Transportation
    • Gasoline truck: 1920 Model T. Ford tank truck. Signs on truck advertise Hoffmanoil gasoline and lubricants. Includes: Hoffmanoil Lubricants.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • 1930 Warren Detroit Automobile parked under shade of two trees

    • Transportation
    • Automobile parked under shade of two trees is a 1930 Warren Detroit Automobile. Man and women stand in front of a dwelling in distance. River or body of water at right margin. Site not identified. Includes: Warren Detroit Automobiles.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • 2001 Black Press Archives Enshrinement, March 16, 2001.

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    • Printed program of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Foundation dated March 16, 2001, presenting its 2001 Black Press Archives Enshrinement. One of the enshrinees is Clifton F. Richardson. From the Richardson Family Personal Collection.
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • 20th National Convention

    • YWCA ; Y.W.C.A. ; Young Women's Christian Association
    • 20th National Convention, Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America, Manhattan Center, New York City
    • RGF0017 Houston Young Women's Christian Association Collection
    • 22 Courtlandt, Mr. & Mrs. Murray Brasher Jones

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    • A two-storied house with an extension on the right (two-story) and a car shed on the left. The front windows and doors have sun shades.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914 / Junior League Collection
    • 24th Grand Lodge of Texas O. D. S. H.

    • People
    • Group portrait in front of several buildings with common architecture.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • 25th Grand Lodge O. D. H. S.

    • People
    • Group photograph of 25th Grand Lodge O. D. H. S.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • 27th Grand Lodge O. D. H. S. of Texas

    • People
    • Group portrait of attendees of the 27th Grand Lodge O. D. H. S at Galveston, Texas, on April 28, 1942. Railroad box cars in background.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • 37th Texas State Saengerfest Concert

    • People
    • Group photograph of participants in 37th Texas State Saengerfest Concert.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • 50 Year Howard University Reunion

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    • Pictured: 1. Lucille Norris ; 2. Susie Brown Waxwood ; 3. Florence Harley Phelps ; 4. Hazel H. Young
    • PH0002 Hazel Hainsworth Young
    • 80 yard dash

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    • 80 yard dash Laredo, Texas ; Willie Blackmon
    • PH0001 Willie Blackmon Collection
    • [Houston city directory for 1923-24]

    • Houston City Directories
    • Containing a miscellaneous directory of state, county and city governments, educational institutions, churches, banks incorporated companies, secret and benevolent societies, etc., a street guide and householder's directory, an alphabetically...
    • Houston City Directories
    • "Auntie" Jordan with milk cow, Frank Lee Berry house

    • homes ; houses
    • The Frank Lee Berry house as seen from the street. Several family members are gathered on the porch. Featured in the book Houston's Forgotten Heritage: Landscapes, Houses, Interiors, 1824-1914, by Dorothy Knox Howe Houghton.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914/Junior League
    • "Commanding Location"

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    • Once the tallest building in Houston; built by Governor Ross Sterling, who was the publisher. The Houston Post closed in 1995. Architect: Sanguinet, Staats, Hedrick, and Gotlieb. Built, 1925-1926.
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • "Houston Lighting & Power Company

    • Buildings ; Public Works
    • Female employees posing in front of transformer station.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter/Bank of the Southwest Collection

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