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  • Excerpt entitled "Boynton's History" 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University, 1980-01-01)
  • Excerpt entitled "Highlights from Antioch's History" 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University, 1980-01-01)
  • Excerpts from Texas Slave Trade Documents Series, 1818-1886 

    Morrow, Kathryn (editor) (Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University, 2006-01-01)
    The Texas Slave Trade Document Series, 1818-1886 contains hundreds of original documents mostly relating to slave trade in Texas. Four examples from the series can be found in the MoH repository. (Look for documents with ...
  • Exterior of Houston Negro Hospital 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1926-01-01)
    Dr. B. J. Covington and four other Houston doctors established Houston Negro Hospital in 1926. At its dedication in 1926, Isaiah Milligan Terrell was made the first superintendent and in 1928 would ...
  • Families of the Park 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1970)
  • Fannin School, Houston, Texas 

    S.H. Kress & Co (Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, 1909-01-01)
  • Farm life in Ft. Bend County 

    Schlueter, Frank J. (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1911-01-01)
  • Farmhouse in the Heights 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1900-01-01)
    The Heights remains one of Houston's oldest residential neighborhoods. It is located 'inside the loop' and is considered to be part of Houston's inner city.
  • Farming in Highland Heights 

    Schlueter, Frank J. (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1900-01-01)
    Highland Heights is located in Northwest Houston a few miles north of Loop 610 North between Interstate 45 and Hwy 290. This area is now a heavily populated residential and commercial part of Houston.
  • Farming in the 1920's in southwest Harris County 

    Schlueter, Frank J. (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1910-01-01)
  • Feeding turkeys and ducks 

    Schlueter, Frank J. (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1910-01-01)
  • Felix Mexican Restaurant 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1937-01-01)
  • Fidel Castro arrives at Hobby airport in 1959 

    Houston Post (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1959-04-27)
    His government in near collapse and the rebels on Havana's doorstep, Cuban dictator Batista fled to the Dominican Republic on January 1, 1959. Fidel Castro emerged as the leader of the new government. ...
  • Fidel Castro eating barbeque during 1959 visit 

    Houston Post (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1959-04-27)
    His government in near collapse and the rebels on Havana's doorstep, Cuban dictator Batista fled to the Dominican Republic on January 1, 1959. Fidel Castro emerged as the leader of the new government. ...
  • Fidel Castro reading newspaper during 1959 visit 

    Houston Post (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1959-04-27)
    His government in near collapse and the rebels on Havana's doorstep, Cuban dictator Batista fled to the Dominican Republic on January 1, 1959. Fidel Castro emerged as the leader of the new government. ...
  • Fidel Castro with Mayor Lewis Cutrer during 1959 visit 

    Houston Post (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1959-04-27)
    His government in near collapse and the rebels on Havana's doorstep, Cuban dictator Batista fled to the Dominican Republic on January 1, 1959. Fidel Castro emerged as the leader of the new government. ...
  • Fiesta Night dinner menu with Hawaiian uke and flowers 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston, 1951-08-28)
  • A fig orchard 

    Schlueter, Frank J. (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1910-01-01)
    Figs first appeared as a horticultural crop in the 1900 census. The industry expanded until 1920, when it slumped, but by 1930 the fig census showed more than a million trees-ten times the number ...
  • First air show in Houston 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1911-01-01)
  • First air show in Houston 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1911-01-01)