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!
We're highlighting collections that could use your input. Here’s how you do it:
Click on the box below to see more images from each collection.
Click on an image if you want to get a better look at it, or have something to say about it.
Use this form to share your knowledge:https://digital.houstonlibrary.org/be-the-link-to-history-submissions. The form is also available on each image page next to the word "Crowdsourcing form”.
Check back from time to time, as we continue to post new collections. Let’s get started!
Gregorio Torres Valerio Collection – Can you identify people, bands, clubs, or other places in these photos? Valerio’s photography captures the everyday life of the postwar Mexican American community in Houston.
Bert Brandt NASA Photographs – Can you identify people, equipment, or buildings from the early days of the Manned Spacecraft Center?