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    • "Commanding Location"

    • 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
    • River Oaks Scrapbook, volume 14 (October 1935 to January 1937)

    • Contains copies of the River Oaks Corporation advertisements ; house plans of River Oaks homes ; Annual report of the Houston Chamber of Commerce, 1935 ; McCall's Home of the Month, April 1936. Clippings from: October 1935 to January 1937.
    • River Oaks Collection
    • Auditorium - Democratic National Convention, 1928

    • buildings
    • View of the Auditorium constructed for the 1928 Democratic National Convention, with flags and banners decorating the front exterior.
    • MSS0187 Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection
    • Dispatch Bearers

    • Military
    • Six men stand around motorcycles with sidecars.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Orange County Material No. III

    • 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
    • Cattleman's Frontier

    • Maresh files
    • These documents discuss this history of the cattleman's movement westward, describing specifically the movement of the cattle westward.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • Dreyer, Thorne

    • Dreyer, Thorne--Interviews ;
      Journalists--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Underground press publications--Texas--Austin ;
      Newspapers ;
      Underground press publications--Texas--Houston ;
      Radicalism--United States ;
    • Thorne Dreyer (son of Houston artist, Margaret Webb Dreyer) attended the University of Texas for a short time in 1963 where he became involved with the Students for Democratic Society (SDS) and established the underground newspaper, The Rag. Dreyer...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Eckels, Judge Robert

    • Eckels, Robert; County judges --Texas --Harris County --Interviews;
      Harris County (Tex.) --Politics and government;
      Hurricane Katrina, 2005; Emergency management --Texas --Harris County; Disaster relief --Gulf States; Intergovernmental...
    • Robert Eckels describes his experiences as former Harris County judge. He discusses politics in Harris county and in the city of Houston, as well as his involvement in handling the influx of the evacuees from New Orleans during hurricane Katrina,...
    • Houston Oral History Project
    • Franklin, Sonny "Boy"

    • Franklin, Sonny--Interviews ;
      Jazz Musicians--United States--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      African American Musicians--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
    • Born in Houston, Sonny Franklin is a Jazz musician, and comes from a music family. He joined the Yakes and Wiley Band and performed in various places in the United States.
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Julia Ideson: Torchbearer scrapbook

    • Ideson, Julia B. 1880-1945
    • Julia Ideson: Torchbearer scrapbook. Assembled by the Women's Advertising Club of Houston to commemorate Julia Ideson receiving the Torchbearer Award in 1929. She was presented the award at a banquet at the Rice Hotel's Knife and Fork Club on April...
    • MSS0032 Julia Ideson Collection
    • Group picture of schoolchildren

    • People ; Entertainment
    • Group picture of schoolchildren. Children are dressed in costumes for production of Cinderella in Flowerland. Includes: Magnolia School Park.
    • MSS0100 Frank J. Schlueter / Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • Hill, Ray

    • Hill, Ray, 1940- ; Gay rights -- Texas -- Houston; Gay broadcasters -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Oral histories
    • Houston's best known gay and prison activist talks about his life as a son, evangelist, burglar, prisoner, student, organizer, radio station manager, and social worker.
    • Houston Oral History Project
    • Kaplan, Ben.

    • Kaplan, Ben--Interviews ;
      Journalists--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
    • Ben Kaplan started work at the Hudson Dispatch in Union City, New Jersey. After a few years, he came to Houston and joined the Houston Press as a freelance journalist. He also worked as a City Hall reporter and Courthouse Reporter.
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Letter from A. Maceo Smith to Roy Wilkins, August 8, 1938

    • NAACP
    • Letter from A. Maceo Smith, of the Dallas branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, to Roy Wilkins, Assistant Secretary, NAACP, dated August 8, 1938. Smith encloses a clipping from the Dallas Dispatch and asks that...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Woman's Viewpoint, Volume 1

    • periodicals
    • Contains issues v. 1 n. 1 through v. 1 n. 10 and v. 1 n. 12 through v. 1 n. 13 of The Woman's Viewpoint, published in 1923 and 1924. Number 11 is missing from the original bound volume.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center - Texas Room Periodicals
    • Woman's Viewpoint, Volume 2

    • periodicals
    • Contains issues v. 2 n. 1 through v. 2 n. 2 of The Woman's Viewpoint, published in 1924.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center - Texas Room Periodicals


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