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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.
    • Young, Hazel

    • Young Hazel Hainsworth, 1905-2009; Teachers, Black -- Texas -- Houston -- Interviews; Houston (Tex.) -- History -- Anecdotes; School integration -- Texas -- Houston -- History; Houston (Tex.) -- Race relations; Oral histories
    • Interviewed by Elma Barrera, Hazel Young, a centenarian that lives in Houston, examines her life as a young girl growing up in the Fifth Ward, and as a teacher in the public school system.
    • Houston Oral History Project : a great city voices its past.
    • Young Neighborhood Library

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    • This original branch building, opened to the public on October 7th, 1957, was named for Mrs. Alice McKean Young, who was a member of the Library Board for five years before her death in 1953. The memorial plaque on the inside of Young Branch...
    • RGA0013 Houston Public Library Records
    • Young man's fancy : music box song

    • Musical ; Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • Dancers wearing theatrical ballet clothes pose on a stage.
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • 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 the flower of my heart, sweet Adeline

    • Ballad ; Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • Lady sitting on a log in a meadow. Picture of a man who is either the composer or lyricist.
    • 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
    • You and I

    • Ballad ; Popular Music ; Vocal Music
    • A sepia-toned background with a black and white photograph of Fiske O'Hara, a performer, lyricist, and composer
    • Sheet Music Collection of the Houston Public Library
    • Yates Faculty

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    • Tribute from Yates Faculty to First Yates principal Mr. James D. Ryan
    • PH0002 Hazel Hainsworth Young
    • Yachts in Houston Turning Basin

    • Waterways
    • These yachts appear to be motorized sloops. Each ship is flying maritime flags.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Yacht "Augusta"

    • Yachts ; Houston Waterways
    • Yacht "Augusta" and two photographic portraits C. G. Pillot., owner of the Yacht "Augusta" and the Yacht captain, not identifried.
    • MSS0253 Lesley Lewis Walker Collection
    • Yacht

    • Yachts ; Houston Waterways
    • Yacht, unidentified, with Broadway St. Bridge in background. Five unidentified person on board yacht.
    • MSS0253 Lesley Lewis Walker Collection
    • 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.
    • Wray, A. J.

    • Wray, A. J.--Interviews ;
      Oral histories
    • A.J. Wray was born in Waco in 1900 and moved to Houston in 1918. He married Margaret Cullinan, daughter of Houston oil magnate, Joseph Cullinan, and a founder of The Houston Junior League in 1926. In this interview, Mr. Wray speaks about his...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Workers loading a train

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    • Workers loading a train from carts onto Sherman, Shreveport, and Southern Railway train.
    • MSS0717 Views in Texas 1895-1896
    • Workers at Smelter

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    • Worker pushing a wheelbarrow at the smelter.
    • MSS0717 Views in Texas 1895-1896

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