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    • This Week In Texas, 1975, Volume 1

    • 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.
    • LIFE

    • Magazine ; LIFE
    • Publication of LIFE magazine, January 4, 1883, Volume 1, Number 1. Contains illustrations, comic strips, and advertisements
    • Bellaire City Library
    • Church Procession

    • A church procession near City Hall.
    • MSS0199 Greek Community Collection
    • Funeral Procession

    • Streets
    • Funeral procession, unidentified, at Preston Ave and Louisiana St, looking east toward Main St. Ten men walk ahead of hearse. A band is playing at intersection near center of photograph.
    • MSS1248 Litterst-Dixon Photograph Collection
    • Funeral procession longest in history of city; Rites brief

    • Houston Defender article titled, "Funeral procession longest in history of city; Rites brief," details the last rites and funeral procession for C. F. Richardson, Sr. The article is in two parts. A second tribute, "A giant oak of the forest falls,"...
    • MSS1457 C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers
    • Guillen, Petra Ruiz

    • Guillen, Petra Ruiz--Interviews ;
      Mexican Americans ;
      Catholic Church--Texas--Houston ;
      Catechists ;
      Oral histories
    • Petra Ruiz Guillen was born in the San Luis Potosi area of Mexico and came to Texas as a child with her family in 1921. They settled in Second Ward and attended Our Lady of Guadalupe where Guillen later assisted with the Catechists with Sister Mary...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo parade around the 1950s

    • Photograph showing a Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo parade in procession through an unidentified residential street in town. People are dressed in period costume and go on horseback and wagons. Photograph was probably taken by Bert Brandt around...
    • MSS0087 Bert Brandt Collection
    • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo parade in procession through downtown

    • Photograph of a Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo parade in procession through a downtown street. Participants ride horses and covered wagons and are dressed with rodeo customs. People on both sides of the street watch the parade. Photograph was...
    • MSS0087 Bert Brandt Collection
    • KHOU-TV Film Box 6902, Reel 1 : footage from March to April, 1969

    • Dock Workers Ratify, Date: "04/03/69": A full parking lot and a room crowded with men; a short scene with two men at the head of the room, followed by footage of the men filing out of the room. -- Hotel-Motel Men, Date: "03/31/69": Footage of...
    • RGD033 KHOU-TV Film Collection
    • Mock wedding by the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association

    • Mock wedding by American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association. Pictured are: George Galanos and Willie Peet as the "mothers," Angelo Petheriotes, an escort, Stelios Demetre, the "bridesmaid," Theodore Galanos, an escort, Gus Angelos, the...
    • MSS0199 Greek Community Collection
    • Houston city directory for 1867-68

    • Houston City Directories
    • Subtitle: Containing the names, residences and places of business of the inhabitants; business directory; directory to streets and localities; charter; compendium of ordinances; officers of the city and county; courts; state and county taxes;...
    • Houston City Directories
    • 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
    • Original Narratives of Early American History

    • Maresh files
    • This is a first person narrative of the travels of Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca while exploring North America. The narrative begins after they pass the mouth of the Mississippi River.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470


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