HPL is excited to invite customers to participate in our archives. Crowdsourcing provides an opportunity for customers to improve the descriptions of our archival and other research collections. Your contributions will help others learn and discover more about Houston’s History!
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Can you identify people or places in these photos? This collection documents the Harrison Family of Houston, Texas from 1880 to 1980 and features Edwin Harrison, a civic and community leader.
Can you identify people, buildings, or other places in these photos? Hilliard Taylor was a businessman and a Houston city alderman.
Can you identify people, buildings, or other places in these photos? Reverend Jack Yates was a community leader and Preacher at Antioch Baptist Church in Houston’s Fourth Ward.