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    • Scene in the Turning Basin

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    • RECTO: Colorized image of four ships docked at Turning Basin. Caption reads: ""Scene in the Turning Basin, Houston, Texas--51"" VERSO: Caption reads: ""Situated 45 miles from the Gulf Coast of Mexico, Houston has created an artificial deepwater...
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    • Houston's World Famous Port

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    • RECTO: Colorized aerial image of ships docked at Turning Basin. Caption reads: ""5:-Turning Basin. Buffalo River. Houston. Texas. Houston's World Famous Port. 42238."" There is a copyright for Cecil Thomson in the lower left corner, and handwritten...
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    • Turning Basin

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    • RECTO: Colorized aerial image of ships docked at Turning Basin. Caption reads: ""Turning Basin, Ship Channel, Houston, Texas."" VERSO: Handwritten : ""1966, Gift of, Mr. Joe Martin, Box 411, Sinton, Texas."" Caption reads: ""Turning Basin, Buffalo...
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    • Port Houston: Volume 1, Number 1

    • periodicals
    • "Houston as a new port is anxious to educate the far corners of the world with its advantages, its possibilities, and its facilities and it is the purpose of this publication to set forth in as thoroughly a comprehensive manner as possible...
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Texas Room, Periodicals
    • Orange County Material No. III

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    • This folder contains documents related to the city of Orange, Texas. Included in the contents is a history of the city and information about local industry, government, clubs, schools, and points of interest.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • Port Arthur Magazine (Volume II)

    • Magazine articles
    • These documents are articles from the Port Arthur magazine.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • This Week In Texas, 1977, Volume 2-3

    • LGBT history ;
      periodicals
    • This Week In Texas (TWIT) was a gay business and entertainment guide published weekly and distributed throughout Texas from 1975 through 2013.
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