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    • Civics for Houston, volume 1

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    • Periodical covering a range of topics, from biographical sketches, to the art scene in Houston, to gardening and home management advice.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Texas Room, Periodicals
    • Felder, Wilton

    • Felder, Wilton--Interviews ;
      African American Musicians--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Jazz musicians--Texas--Houston ;
      Texas Southern University ;
      Oral histories
    • Wilton Felder was born in 1940 to a musical family. He attended E.O. Smith and Wheatley High Schools where he joined the band and learned to play the saxophone. In high school he formed The Modern Jazz Sextet with a group of friends that included...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Historical Souvenir Book

    • Dick Dowling- Camp of United Confederate Veterans
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    • RG1020 United Confederate Veterans Dick Dowling Chapter Collection
    • Children at the Museum of Fine Arts

    • YWCA ; Y.W.C.A. ; Young Women's Christian Association
    • Unidentified children at the Museum of Fine Arts
    • RGF0017 Houston Young Women's Christian Association Collection
    • Dreyer, Thorne

    • Dreyer, Thorne--Interviews ;
      Journalists--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      Underground press publications--Texas--Austin ;
      Newspapers ;
      Underground press publications--Texas--Houston ;
      Radicalism--United States ;
    • Thorne Dreyer (son of Houston artist, Margaret Webb Dreyer) attended the University of Texas for a short time in 1963 where he became involved with the Students for Democratic Society (SDS) and established the underground newspaper, The Rag. Dreyer...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Houston Public School Buildings

    • school reports
    • Contains short essays on Houston public school buildings, detailing the personal lives of the people they are named after, the buildings' funding and beginnings, the buildings' locations, and highlights of the schools.
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    • This Week In Texas, 1977, Volume 2-3

    • 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.
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    • Choice, Lloyd and Robert Bigmill

    • Choice, Lloyd--Interviews ;
      Bigmill, Robert--Interviews ;
      Art museum curators--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      African American school administrators--Texas--Houston--Interviews ;
      African American artists ;
      Black Arts...
    • The Black Art Center was established in Fifth Ward as a venue for the African American community of Houston “to express whatever kind of artistic talents they might have.” The organization received grant money from the Menil Foundation, among...
    • HMRC Oral History Collection
    • Baker, James

    • Baker, James Addison, 1930- ;
      Law firms--Texas--Houston ;
      Statesmen--United States--Biography ;
      Statesmen--United States--Interviews ;
      Cabinet officers--United States--Biography ;
      Cabinet officers--United...
    • Statesman James Baker III examines his political career. Baker served as the 10th White House Chief of Staff during President Ronald Reagan's administration, and the 16th White House Chief of Staff during George H. W. Bush's administration. Baker...
    • Houston Oral History Project

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