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    • Residence No. 6116B: Equipment Building

    • Architecture, Domestic--Design and plans ;
      Dwellings
    • Floor plan for the pool Equipment Building for a residence. Includes: Equipment Building Elevations. -- 1. Section @ Door. -- 2. Wall Section.
    • MSS0178 Howard Barnstone Papers, 1961-1987
    • Hand-carved staircase done on site at 918 Bagby, Houston, Texas.

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    • Two girls, Micheline Guseman Toomey (in white dress) and Ursula Guseman Lusk (in black dress) standing on hand-carved stairs done on site in front of the entry hall at 918 Bagby.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914 / Junior League Collection
    • Galveston High Schools

    • Maresh files
    • These documents describe the history of high schools in Galveston,Texas.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • Residence No. 6116B: Building Section

    • Architecture, Domestic--Design and plans ;
      Dwellings
    • Sections of a residence. Includes: 1. Building Section @ Kitchen & Gallery. Scale of plan is 1/4 inch to 1 foot. -- 2. Building Section @ Living Rm., Gallery & Entry. Scale of plan is 1/4 inch to 1 foot. -- 3. Partial Section @ Entry. Scale of plan...
    • MSS0178 Howard Barnstone Papers, 1961-1987
    • Aerial photograph of Texas Medical Center

    • Prudential Building ; Medical Center
    • Aerial photograph of Texas Medical Center, including the Prudential Building under construction.
    • MSS0067 Leopold Meyer Papers
    • Miller, Ray

    • Miller, Ray, 1919-2008; Television journalists--Texas--Houston--Interviews; Radio journalists--Texas--Houston--Interviews; KPRC-TV (Television station : Houston, Tex.) Broadcast journalism--Texas--Houston; Oral histories
    • Ray Miller talks about the news media in Houston and describes his career as a radio and television news broadcaster. Miller was the creator and host of the TV series The Eyes of Texas broadcasted through KPRC-TV.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • River Oaks Scrapbook, volume 16

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    • Contains copies of the River Oaks Corporation advertisements ; River Oaks magazines for 1937 and 1938.
    • River Oaks Collection
    • Castillo, Raul

    • Castillo, Raul--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Local transit--Texas--Houston ;
      Affirmative action programs--Texas--Houston ;
      Discrimination in employment--Texas--Houston ;
      Oral histories
    • Born in San Antonio, Texas, Raul Castillo worked for the City of Houston in the Affirmative Division. His interest in the mass transit problems in Houston started in 1970, when he tried to delve into the problems of the metropolitan bus system....
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Annual reports, 1916 - 1917, Houston Independent School District

    • school reports
    • Contains the annual report for the Public Schools of the Independent School District of Houston for the fiscal year 1916 - 1917. Annual report contains remarks from the school district superintendents, a list of graduates from the districts schools...
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center - Texas Room 379.764 H843
    • Cano, Luis

    • Cano, Luis--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans--Texas--Houston ;
      Mexican American teachers ;
      MAYO (Organization) ;
      Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans (Houston, Tex.) ;
      Chicano movement ;
      Mexican...
    • Luis Cano was born in Corpus Christi and was inspired by his grandfather, Juan Bautista Galaviz, who worked to educate the Mexican American community of Del Rio, Texas, about their history and heritage. In the 1970s, Cano came to Houston and taught...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Strange, Ray

    • Ray, Strange--Interviews; Rice University -- History.
    • Mrs. Ray Strange reminiscences about her life in Houston before and after the Depression. Her interest in writing the history of Rice University was noteworthy.
    • Houston Oral History Project: a great city voices its past.

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