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    • Zeidman, Fred

    • Zeidman, Fred, 1946-; Businessmen--Texas--Houston; Jews--United States--Interviews; Businessmen--Political activity; Texas--Politics and government; Oral histories
    • Fred Zeidman, a Houston businessman talks about his involvement in the political arena in Texas.
    • Mayor Bill White Collection;
      Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • You're very like your sister, dear

    • Musical ; Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • Illustration of young boy standing in a field.
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • You're the most wonderful girl

    • Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • A lady wearing a black hat with decorative trip and a feather peeks from underneath a bright red umbrella. Background is white with red trim. On the lower right corner of the cover is a black and white photograph of a little boy in a top hat,...
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • You're my baby

    • Piano Music ; Vocal Music
    • Sepia-toned photograph of a woman named "Grace Wilson"
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • Wulfe, Ed

    • 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...
    • Houston Oral History Project: a great history voices its past.
    • Woods, Georgia Lee

    • Woods, Georgia Lee--Interviews ; Gregory School (Houston, Tex.)--People--1930-1940 ; African American students--Texas--Houston--History--20th century ; African American teachers and the community ; African American music teachers ; Oral histories
    • Mrs. Georgia Lee Woods discusses being a student at the Gregory School, living in Fourth Ward and being a piano teacher at her music school.
    • Gregory School Oral Histories
    • Wong, Martha

    • Wong, Martha, 1939-; Legislators--Texas--Interviews; Texas--Politics and government; Houston (Tex.)--Politics and government; Asian Americans--Social conditions--Texas--Houston; Oral histories
    • In 1993 Martha Wong was the first Asian American elected to the Houston City Council, and in 2003, she became the first Asian American woman elected to the Texas Legislature. In this interview, Martha answers questions about her career and her life...
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Wilson, Welcome

    • Wilson, Welcome; Businessmen -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews
      Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes; Businessmen -- Texas -- Houston -- Biography; Oral histories
    • Businessmen Welcome Wilson has served as Assistant Director of Civil Defense for the city of Houston; assistant to former Mayor Roy Hofheinz; State Director for the Defense Mobilization headquarters in Denton, Texas; and real estate and financial...
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Wilson, Sandra

    • Wilson, Sandra--Interviews ; Gregory School (Houston, Tex.)--People--1950-1960 ; African American students--Texas--Houston--20th century ; African American teachers and the community ; Journalism, High school--United States ; African American...
    • Former Gregory Elementary student Sandra Wilson discusses growing up and attending Gregory and Booker T. as well as her passion and career in Journalism.
    • Gregory School Oral Histories
    • Wiesenthal, Harold

    • Wiesenthal, Harold, 1927-; Businessmen--Texas--Houston--Interviews; Sport clothes industry--Texas--Houston; Golf--Texas--Houston; Oral histories
    • Harold Wiesenthal talks about his golfer's clothing business and the personalities the business has tended to throughout the years.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • White, Hattie Mae

    • White, Hattie Mae--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
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    • Where the rainbow ends

    • Ballad ; Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • A sepia-toned photograph of Jon McCormack, who performed the song. In the picture he is wearing a dress suit and tie.
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • When you're not here

    • Ballad ; Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • Pink and blue cover featuring the head of a lady surrounded by tiny blue flowers with a blue headband on her head. An inset contains a washed-out pink photograph of a man with the name "Jack Ryan."
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • When you're in town in my home town

    • Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • A man and a woman hold each other's hand at a train station. The woman is on the steps of the train and the man is on the platform, standing next to a suitcase. There is a photograph of a woman in an inset titled "Josephine Sabel."
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • When I'm alone I'm lonesome

    • Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • Different shapes of triangles and squares in black, white, and green. A black and white photograph in an inset of a man titled "Jimmie Keane."
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • When I discovered you

    • Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • Blonde lady in a green dress holding orange flowers stands beneath the title heading and between two pots of plants. Silhouettes of dancing ballerinas and masks featuring various expressions are situated toward the bottom of the page. Pinstripes of...
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • Wells, Herbert

    • Wells, Herbert, 1924- ; Designers -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes; Oral histories
    • Designer Herbert Wells talks about the nationally recognized architects he worked with, the local stores he used to shop at, and about some of his most prominent clients.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Welch, Louie

    • Welch, Louie--Interviews ;
      Mayors--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      City council members--Texas--Houston ;
      Holcombe, Oscar, 1888-1968 ;
      Cutrer, Lewis Wesley ;
      Oral histories
    • In this interview from 1975, Louie Welch discusses his history as a politician in Houston. He began his career as a council member and served under Mayors Oscar Holcombe and Lewis Cutrer. Welch was then elected as Mayor to the City of Houston first...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection

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