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This collection is comprised of campaign materials from Jackson’s 1984 campaign for the Texas Democratic Primary.
The A.E. Warner collection covers mostly his career in sales and various other ventures from 1935-1984. Materials within the collection include an autobiography, business organization papers, copies of sales awards, correspondence, state employment agency licenses, newspaper clippings, photographs, and a sales tax permit.
The African American Heritage Museum of Houston Collection is comprised of programs, brochures, photographs, and slides that document their inaugural opening on September 1, 1988.
The collection contains artwork created by Alkebu Motapa and includes photographs, letter-sized copies of posters, post cards and posters duplicated on T-shirts. Contains some original artwork, most are reproductions. The remaining items include an application for an Individual Artist Grant, audiotapes, a civil rights lawsuit, a compact disc, correspondence, newspaper clippings, tee shirts, and videotape. His work show cases community relations affecting the Black community.
This collection consists of biographical information on Anna Johnson Dupree and Clarence A. Dupree, as well as information on the Eliza Johnson Home, Camp Robinhood, the children’s orphanage, and the African American Community Council of Houston. The collection also includes newspaper clippings and photographs.
The Antioch Baptist Church Collection documents the activities of The Antioch Baptist Church from 1925-1968. This collection contains newsletters and programs that detail church related activities and services. Significant gaps exist for newsletter with most of the newsletters from 1946-1949. Church programs cover the Annual Women’s a Day and Men’s Day events and order of service. Two photographs depict congregation members during the early twentieth century and the early church leaders.
The Baltrip Family Collection contains 25 photographs of the Baltrip family of Huntville, Texas and a funeral program. The photographs are undated. The collection is not comprehensive but provides a visual of the members of the Baltrip family.
The Barbara Joe Jones Ellison Collection houses the personal paper of Barbara Joe Ellsion. This collection, which dates from 1974 to 2007, contains a Houston Police Department yearbook, funeral program, and newsletter. This small colelction give a glimple into the life of black women in the police field.
The Barbara Jordan collection contains materials that highlights the life and legacy of Jordan’s work and political career. This collection, which dates from 1963 to 2011, consists of photographs, programs, newspaper clippings, flyers and various souvenir and memorabilia materials.
The Bessie Hughes Collection houses the personal records of Bessie Huhges and Dee Franklin. This collection, which dates from 1973 to 1970, consists of certificates, degrees, correspondence, research notes, and photos that were compiled and gathered by family members of Bessie Hughes and Dee Franklin.
The Black History Calendar of Liberty County Collection is comprised of annual calendars jointly produced by the Liberty County Historical Commission and the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center in Liberty, Texas. The calendars were produced to recognize the rich history of African Americans in Liberty County. The years covered by the collection are from 2001-2010.
The Black Public Administrators - Houston records consists of event programs, a History, and awards that highlight the organizations activities and accomplishments from 1996-2007. Includes a summary booklet of the chapter activities, which include, letters, event flyers, and organizational structures. Researchers interested in professional groups advocating for issues important to the community and the public administration profession
Scope and Content of the time capsule will be determined by the future archivist, when the time capsule has been opened and processed at a future date.
The Burns Family Collection contains personal papers of the Burns family of Houston, Texas. This collection, which dates from 1955 to 2009, consists of funeral programs, school programs, and ephemera of individuals and places that had special meaning to the family.
The Carl Walker Jr. Collection contains the papers of Judge Carl Waker, Jr. This collection which dates from 1946 to 2002, contains newsclippings, photographs, certificates and awards, correspondence, speeches, funeral programs, and materials on oath of office. Materials document his career as a lawyer, judge, and civic leader to his community.
The Catchings Family Collection houses a self-published manuscript of family history and biographies of the Catching Family of Houston, Texas. The manuscript, compiled by family historian Harold Clayton Catchings, traces the family history from the days of slavery to 2009. Also includes a computer disk with additional family history through 2014.
The C.B. Rice Sr. Collection contains a book on black aviation, a video clip of Black Houston radio from 1946-1950 and photographs of Azelia White Sky Ranch, and black disc jockeys, newsclippings and a certificate thatwere reproduced from the book in the collection. The materials are mostly undated.
The collection houses the personal papers of C.F. Smith and Eve Hortense Smith. This collection, which dates from 1922 to 2008, consists of printed materials, photos, news clippings, personal ephemera, and awards related to their life. These materials provide a glimpse into their early lives together and Smith family history.
This collection contains a selection of materials that document some of C. F. Smith’s professional activities. The collection is not comprehensive, but it does provide a glimpse into his life from 1950 to 1981.
The Charles A. Ingram Collection contains gives a glimpse into the activities of Bradley Jackson from 1969-2003. Materials are mostly textual and contains biographical materials, reproduction photographs of Jackson, autographed vinyl record and a variety of printed resources which included flyers, community brochures, and geographic and community maps related to the Acres Homes neighborhood.
The Charles E. Cade Collection contains the personal papers of Charles E. Cade. This collection, which dates from 1957 to 2011, consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs and awards of Charles E. Cade. This collection represents his academic achievements through letters, certificates, and documents. Most materials, including photographs are copies. Researchers seeking information on educators will find this collection helpful.
- African American women -- Texas -- Houston 27
- African Americans -- Texas -- Houston 26
- African American women 17
- African American men -- Texas -- Houston 14
- African American educators 13
- African American families -- Texas -- Houston 13
- African American women -- History -- 20th century 12
- African American business enterprises 11
- African American businesspeople 11
- African Americans—Texas—Houston 11
- Fourth Ward (Houston, Tex.) 11
- African American churches -- Texas -- Houston 10
- African Americans 10
- Education -- Texas -- Houston 9
- photographs 8
- African American Intellectuals 7
- Texas Southern University 7
- African American leadership 5
- African Americans – History -- United States 5
- Churches, Baptist -- Texas -- Houston 5 ∧ less
- Antioch Baptist Church (Houston, Tex.) 3
- Boy Scouts of America 2
- Dupree, Anna Johnson, 1891-1977 2
- Hainsworth Young, Hazel, 1905-2009 2
- Houston Metropolitan Research Center 2
- Jordan, Barbara, 1936-1996 2
- Kashmere Stage Band 2
- Lyons, E.A. "Squatty" 2
- McCullough, Olee Yates 1910-1996 2
- Page, Francis, Sr., 1938-2002 2
- Prairie View A & M University 2
- Robinson, Judson Sr. 1904-1986 2
- Shepard, Beulah, 1921-2010 2
- Sneed, Martha Frances 2
- Whiting, Martha Countee 1912-2012 2
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 1
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Alpha Kappa Omega Chapter (Houston, T.X.) 1
- Baker, Benjamin S. (Benjamin Stanley) 1
- Baltrip Family 1
- Black Christian Nationalist Movement 1 ∧ less