Gottlieb, Dick--Interviews ; City council members--Texas--Houston--Interviews ; Houston (Tex.)--Politics and government ; Houston (Tex.)--Race relations ; Television personalities--Texas--Houston ; Television broadcasting--Employees--Texas--Houston...
Pages 12, 13, and 37 cover the story, On the Boulevard, by Melanie Knight, which includes pictures and history of the neighborhoods of Bellaire. Also included is the cover, and page five of the magazine.
Letter from Sam Houston to Thomas M. Bagby. Houston had previously written several letters to Bagby and is anxious for a reply. Houston describes how busy he is with matters, and repeats Mrs. Houston request for cloth. Houston also asks Bagby about...
Mayor on Ethics, Date: "08/19/68": Mayor Louie Welch suggests that people could go to the City Secretary’s Office to file an unspecified form despite the Code of Ethics not calling for such action; states he is not opposed to submitting a...
Lawson, William (Rev.)--Interviews ; African American religious leaders--Interviews ; African American Ministers--Texas--Houston--Interviews ; African American churches ; African Americans--Religion ; Civil Rights--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;...
Long, Bert L.-- Interviews;
Artists, African American -- Houston (Tex.)-- Interviews;
Artists -- Awards;
African American sculptors;
Cooks, African American.
Eldest of four children,Bert L. Long born in 1940, was raised in the Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas. He is a born artist with no formal education in arts, and a born chef. As artist and sculptor, he won many, many awards. Specially notewothy among...
Mindiola, Tatcho, 1939-;
Civil rights workers--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Mexican Americans--Social conditions--Texas--Houston;
Mexican Americans--Civil rights;
University of Houston Central Campus;
Tatcho Mindiola, director of the Mexican American Studies program at the University of Houston, describes race relations in Houston in the 1950s and 1960s, and talks about his career as a community activist.
Navarro, Yolanda, 1947-;
Hispanic American businesswomen--Texas--Houston--Interviews;
Hispanic American entrepreneur, restaurateur, and community activist, examines her involvement with the Hispanic community in Houston, and talks about race relations in the 1960s and 1970s, and about her restaurant business.
Born in Houston, Peter Roussel followed his parents' footsteps in becoming a journalist. He worked as a Press spokeman for several Presidents and Secretary of State. After moving to Houston from Washington, he became a TV-Radio commentator and...