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  • Voices of Emanu El - Salute to Ruth Fred 

    KTRH Houston (1978)
    “Voices of Temple Emanu El” was a weekly radio program sponsored by Congregation Emanu El that aired on KTRH on weekends, beginning in 1974. Organized by temple members Ruth Lack and Dolores Wilkenfeld, and often featuring ...
  • Music in Houston: 1930-1971 

    Looser, Donald William (2020)
  • Alfred's of Houston Delicatessen menu 

    Alfred's of Houston Delicatessen (1966)
    Alfred Julius Kahn was born April 10, 1918, in Tholey, Germany. He immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1936 to escape the Nazis. Alfred joined the U.S. Army and served in the Pacific during World War II. He ...
  • Kenneth Bell aka Little Joe Bell oral history and transcript 

    Bell, Kenneth (2019-08-22)
    Kenneth Bell aka Little Joe Bell followed in his father's footsteps and played blues guitar in music venues in Houston.
  • Sigma Alpha Rho Scrapbook, 1967-1968 

    Marilyn Levitch Hassid (1968)
    Founded in, 1917, by young men in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sigma Alpha Rho is the oldest, continuously run, independent Jewish high school fraternity.
  • Lee Jolly oral history and transcript 

    Jolly, Lee (2019-03-13)
    Lee Jolly was a radio personality on radio stations in Houston throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He went on to working with Tim Leatherwood and was a supporter of Anderson Fair Retail Restaurant.
  • Kathy Rote oral history and transcript 

    Rote, Kathy (2019-01-16)
    Kathy Rote played folk music in Houston in the mid 1960s.
  • Houston Hillel Scrapbook, 1982 

    Houston Hillel (1982)
    From its founding in 1923 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Hillel has grown into the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. Hillel’s mission is to celebrate Jewish life and learning and to pursue ...
  • Houston Hillel Scrapbook, 1981 

    Houston Hillel (1981)
    From its founding in 1923 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Hillel has grown into the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. Hillel’s mission is to celebrate Jewish life and learning and to pursue ...
  • Houston Hillel Scrapbook, 1980 

    Houston Hillel (1980)
    From its founding in 1923 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Hillel has grown into the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. Hillel’s mission is to celebrate Jewish life and learning and to pursue ...
  • Houston Hillel Scrapbook, 1979 

    Houston Hillel (1979)
    From its founding in 1923 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Hillel has grown into the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. Hillel’s mission is to celebrate Jewish life and learning and to pursue ...
  • Houston Hillel Scrapbook, 1965-1979 

    Houston Hillel (1965||1979)
    From its founding in 1923 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Hillel has grown into the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. Hillel’s mission is to celebrate Jewish life and learning and to pursue ...
  • Baytown Jewish Community News, May 2015 

    Congregation K'nesseth Israel (2015-05)
    By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
  • Baytown Jewish Community News, February 2015 

    Congregation K'nesseth Israel (2015-02)
    By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
  • Baytown Jewish Community News, June-July 2013 

    Congregation K'nesseth Israel (2013-07)
    By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
  • Baytown Jewish Community News, April 2013 

    Congregation K'nesseth Israel (2013-04)
    By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
  • Baytown Jewish Community News, February 2013 

    Congregation K'nesseth Israel (2013-02)
    By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
  • Baytown Jewish Community News, June-July 2012 

    Congregation K'nesseth Israel (2012-07)
    By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
  • Baytown Jewish Community News, May 2012 

    Congregation K'nesseth Israel (2012-05)
    By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...

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