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    • Oil Weekly 1927

    • Maresh files
    • This is an excerpt from a 1927 issue of The Oil Weekly which provides a history of petroleum-related developments in Harris County's Pierce Junction Salt Dome.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • 918 Bagby - 3 bay windows

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    • Three bay windows with ornamental draperies, a standing lamp with two figurines on either side of the central window. A chair and two sofas are on either side of the room. A table with a flower vase on it can be seen on the side.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914 / Junior League Collection
    • A Home in Jewett

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    • Three young boys playing in front of a home in Jewett
    • MSS0717 Views in Texas 1895-1896
    • Aerial of the Houston Ship Channel

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    • Aerial of three cargo ships docked at a wharf and warehouse on the Houston Ship Channel. Railroad cars at the bottom of photograph with grain elevator in distance.
    • MSS1220 Robert L. Browning Photographic Collection
    • Aerial of the Houston Ship Channel

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    • Aerial of three cargo ships docked at Houston Ship Channel industries.
    • MSS1220 Robert L. Browning Photographic Collection
    • Aerial view of shipyard looking due southwest

    • Shipyards--Texas--Houston ; Warships ; Shipbuilding--Texas--Houston ; Shipbuilding--Equipment and Supplies ; Ships
    • General aerial view of shipyard looking due southwest from point above northeast corner of Outfitting Pier. Building in immediate foreground is Group Shops Building, and adjacent thereto is the Receiving Building. The small buildings grouped to the...
    • RG0600 Houston Shipbuilding Corporation Photographs
    • Aiyer, Anantha

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    • Indo-American Oral History Collection
    • Alessandra, Dorothy and Rose Radoff Frenkil

    • Alessandra, Dorothy--Interviews ;
      Galveston (Tex.) ;
      Jews--Social life and customs ;
      Immigrants--Russia ;
      Oral histories
    • Dorothy Alessandra was born in Galveston, Texas to parents who emigrated from Russia in the late 1800s. In this interview Mrs. Alessandra reminisces about family life and bygone days in Galveston. She also discusses what it was like to be Jewish in...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Allen, Charles

    • Allen, Charles--Interviews ;
      Ministers--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      First United Methodist Church ;
      Oral histories
    • Charles Allen grew up in Georgia and became a minister of the Methodist church when he was 19 years old in 1934. He moved to Houston in 1960 and served as the pastor of First United Methodist Church in downtown Houston until 1983. During his time...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Anderson, Hardy

    • Anderson, Hardy, 1935--Interviews ; Fourth Ward (Houston, Tex.) ; Gregory School (Houston, Tex.) ; Oral histories
    • Hardy Anderson talks about growing up in the Fourth ward community, his Army years, and his years as a student at Gregory School.
    • Gregory School Oral Histories
    • Atkinson, Mary Jourdan

    • Atkinson, Mary Jourdan--Interviews ;
      African-Americans--Texas--Houston ;
      Educators--Houston Texas--Oral histories
    • Born in Austin in 1898, Mary Jourdan Atkinson was home schooled. At the age of 21, she enrolled in the University of Texas, where she received her Bachelor of Science and MB degree in Education. Atkinson taught at the Texas Southern University as a...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Automotive racecar

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    • Men standing near an automotive racecar. In background are three open touring cars.
    • MSS0253 Lesley Lewis Walker Collection
    • Ayala, Hector

    • Ayala, Hector--Interviews ;
      Mexican American Social Workers--Texas--Houston ;
      Juvenile delinquency ;
      Oral histories
    • Hector Ayala was born in Virginia and lived and was educated in both Mexico and the United States during his childhood. Graduating from the University of Kansas, Ayala got his PhD in Developmental Psychology, in May 1975. His research was in...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

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