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Robert P. Boyce Papers

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Identifier: MSS-0038
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of a scrapbook, which contains newspaper clippings and mementos, a handwritten memoir and corresponding typescripts, maps, and photographs from the life of Robert P. Boyce. Included are souvenir ribbons from Confederate soldier reunions and Confederate currency with the serial numbers written by hand.

Roberto R. Trevino Catholic Oral History Collection

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Identifier: MSS 1415
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of 7 audio interviews with parishioners, nuns and clergy concerning the history of some of Houston’s predominately Mexican-American Catholic parishes from the 1910s to the 1970s. These interviews were conducted for Trevino’s research when developing his book "The Church in the Barrio: Mexican American Ethno-Catholicism in Houston”. Specifically, Trevino interviewed Teresa Villagómez Zavala and Hope G. Jimenez, Joe E. and Raquel A Gonzales, Petra Guillen, Mary C....

Roy W. Leibsle Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0139
Scope and Contents This collection includes architectural specification books belonging to Roy W. Leibsle, A.I.A, for the Houston Municipal Airport (1949, 1950), Woodland Park Recreational Building (1948), Hartman Park Recreational Building (1953), Roberts Elementary School (1947), and Jefferson Davis High School (1949).

Schoen Family Photographs

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Identifier: MSS-0193
Scope and Contents This collection contains two photo albums and four autograph books. The autograph books were owned by Bertha Schoen. The photos depict people from the mid-1840s to the turn of the century. You can trace the linage of this family by noticing earlier portraits taken in Austria, in particular the town of Olmütz. Later portraits were taken by studios in St. Louis, MO; New Orleans, LA; Cincinnati, OH; Richmond and Petersburg, VA; Philadelphia, PA; New York City and Albany, NY. Many Texas...

T. C. Stroter Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0017
Scope and Contents The collection in 4 boxes contains the personal and business papers of members of the T.C Stroter family spanning multiple generations. The bulk of the collection consits of family papers, personal, and business correspondence, and photographs from 1885 to 1973. The collection is organized chronologically within each series. Series 1 contains the Stroter family's deeds and land records from 1845 to 1926. The Family owned Texas property in Harris, Travis, San Patricio, and Shelby...

Talbott Wilson Architectural Drawings

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Identifier: MSS 1342
Content Description The Talbott Wilson Architectural Drawings collection is comprised entirely of architectural drawings. Please see the Architectural Drawings Database for information on Talbott Wilson drawings at HMRC. Accessing drawings may require an appointment, please contact HMRC for details.

Texas Jazz Archive Collection

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Identifier: RG E 0071
Scope and Contents Collection strong points are the oral history interviews and the number of photographs chronicling these musicians’ professional careers. The name of the collection, the Texas Jazz Archive, is lenient, as there are other musical genres and artistic professionals associated with the collection, however documentation suggests that this was the determined group of artists to be associated with the Texas Jazz Archive. It could have been in anticipation of expanding it to a blues and jazz...

The Woodlands Records

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RG D 0003
Scope and Contents Note The Woodlands Records were created by the Mitchell Energy Company for the purpose of recording the establishment of The Woodlands, Texas. The records are composed of newspaper clippings, news releases, and newsletters. The materials in the records are dated from 1973-1975. The records contain photocopies of clippings.

Thompson Family Photographs

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Identifier: MSS 0232
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 117 photographs offering a visual portrait of several generations of a family of black Houstonians from the late nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. It includes images of family members at home, school, work, and play. Many of the photographs are set in the vicinity of the family home at 3401 Ennis Street in Houston’s Third Ward, although a few are from California, Kansas City, France, and elsewhere. Chester Thompson, Sr., Leona Rasmus Thompson, Chester Thompson,...
Found in: Gregory School

University Area Women of Rotary Records

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Identifier: RG E 0086
Scope and Contents This collection contains the working records of the organization. Most of the material is from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, and there is some material dating back to the 1950s.

W. Arthur Combs Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0059
Scope and Contents The W. A. Combs Papers consist of Mr. Combs' papers and the records of two firms with which he was associated in the early 1950's. Correspondence and photographs including prominent political figures provide information of Democratic party activities. Clippings folders concentrating on the NAACA convention in 1952, the Democratic Party chairmen's convention in 1949, and the Sam Rayburn Rally in 1949 are included.

William A. Kirkland Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0162
Scope and Contents Most of the documents in this collection relate to the Shepherd and A. P. Root families as well as Kirkland's research into the history of First National Bank. It also contains correspondence between Kirkland and his immediate family.

William E. Moreland Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0006
Scope and Contents The Moreland Papers contains superintendent agenda materials of the Houston Independent School District, as well as the speeches and correspondence of Dr. Moreland while he served as superintendent.

William H. "Bill" White Collection

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Identifier: MSS 0324
Content Description This 27-box collection contains the selected professional papers of William Howard “Bill” White, reflecting his career as mayor of Houston from 2004 to 2010. Materials of particular interest include those related to “Get Houston Moving,” “Cooler Houston,” “Houston Hope” and Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Ike.

William Jack Bryan Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0046
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two boxes. The first box holds correspondence to and from members of the Bryan family, as well as friends and business associates, from the mid-1800s to the 1920s. Additionally there is a photograph of Lucy Bryan Harvey. The second box contains newspaper issues, and other clippings pertianing to the Bryan and Austin families. Additionally, there are blue print copies for Peach Point Plantation, designed by Stephen F. Austin, which are accompanied by a typewritten...

William Marsh Rice Papers

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Identifier: MSS-0140
Scope and Contents The materials in this collection consist primarily of Rice's personal and financial correspondence as well as financial records covering his residency in Houston, with the earliest papers dating from 1841. There are some financial records dating back to 1869. The collection also contains personal and financial papers of Frederick Rice, Rice's brother, and of John H. Brown, a business associate of Rice and the first husband of Rice's second wife, Julia Elizabeth Baldwin. A grouping of...

William P. Hobby Company Records

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Identifier: MSS 1110
Scope and Contents The collection is comprised of corporate records and minute books for several corporations. The records books included in the collection are for Cowles Florida Broadcasting, Inc, Houston Post Charities, Inc, The Houston Post Company, H & C Communications, Inc, Channel Two Television Company, Channel Five Television Company, Channel Four Television Company, KCCI-TV Broadcasting, Inc, KPRC Radio Company, and Hobby-Catto Interests, Inc. Also included in the collection is a photograph of the...

Yolita Schmidt Photographs

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 0097
Content Description Photographs taken by Yolita Schmidt of buildings in Houston which are designed in the style of Moderne Architecture. The collection features a multitude of different buildings stylings from those which hold special historical significance, such as the Astrodome and Jesse H. Jones Hall, to single family homes, skyscrapers, and religious buildings.Many are identified in the booklet "A Houston Guide: The Moderne Style in Architecture" issued by the "City" project. Credit...

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