Businessmen -- Texas -- Houston
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
C. A. "Neal" Pickett Collection
The Pickett Collection includes scrapbooks, correspondence, and speeches of the former mayor.
E.C. Noble/Bozeman Family Papers
Franklin Beauty School Collection
Frederick A. Heitmann Collection
The collection contains 14 boxes of various materials, including correspondence, legal documents, and financial statements.
George P. Brown Papers
The George P. Brown Papers contains one box of 19th and early 20th century correspondence, clippings, and photographs.
John Fonteno Collection
John V. Tackaberry Papers
The John V. Tackaberry Papers consist of both family and business correspondence and documents primarily relating to Tackaberry’s oil and land dealings in Texas. Other documents relate to his medical bills, family affairs, a lawsuit, and the U.S. Boundary Commission. The collection also contains 6 photographs mostly of unidentified family members and locations.
Joseph Stephen Cullinan Family Papers
The collection consists of Craig F. Cullinan's business and personal correspondence, dating approximately from 1920 to 1950, and Joseph S. Cullinan's financial correspondence, statements, journals, and ledgers, dating from the 1880's to 1937.
J.W. and J.R. Neal Papers
The J.W. and J.R. Neal Collection contains materials relating to the Second National Bank, as well as other business endeavors of the Neals. Also included are materials from the Houston Park Board.
Leopold Meyer Papers
Paul C. Roemer Papers
The collection consists of correspondence and newsletters concerning Roemer's involvement with politics and real estate.
Robert W. Wier Papers
The majority of the collection is made up of clippings from various newspapers regarding the life and business of Robert W. Wier. Of note are several folders of Houston Chamber of Commerce documents.
This collection contains bills and receipts for numerous Houston area stores and businesses at the start of the 20th century. The receipts seem to be for the De Bajligethy household. There is also a folder of correspondence, primarily from T.H. Scanlan to a De Bajligethy, probably Bonaparte N.C. De Bajligethy. Additionally, the collection contains two railway maps and schedules and a business advertisement.
T. W. House Papers
The collection is small, but includes a number of leaves of correspondence and an interesting though fragmentary journal which documents a trip by House to England during the Civil War. The bulk of the collection is composed of legal documents and fragmentary business records.