Now showing items 834-853 of 855

  • Walter Williams on deathbed 

    Houston Post (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1959-12-01)
    Walter Williams was the last Confederate veteran of the Civil War to die in Houston. Mr. Williams was born on 1842-11-14.
  • Warwick Hotel 

    Bailey, Bob (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1920-01-01)
  • Warwick Hotel 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1930-01-01)
  • Wedding Photo 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University, 1948-01-01)
  • Wedding photograph 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1939-01-01)
  • Wells Fargo Building 

    Payne, Richard (Museum of Houston, 2000-01-01)
  • Westheimer Street Festival 

    Draut, Joel (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1981-10-17)
    The Westheimer Street Festival began in 1971 when Montrose area business owners and residents created this fund-raising event for the beautification of lower Westheimer. The bi-annual fair grew in ...
  • Westheimer Transfer Company Truck 

    Litterst Commercial Photograph Co. (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1923-01-01)
  • White Oak Bayou 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1890-01-01)
  • William M. Rice Institute, proposed general plan of campus 

    Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson (Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, 1909-10-05)
    Architect William Ward Watkin (1886-1952) served as the first Supervising Architect for Rice Institute, overseeing the construction of the first campus buildings. Watkin also taught in Rice's ...
  • William Ward Watkin on honeymoon with his bride, Josephine C. Watkin 

    Unknown author (Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, 1933-01-01)
    Architect William Ward Watkin (1886-1952) served as the first Supervising Architect for Rice Institute, overseeing the construction of the first campus buildings. Watkin also taught in Rice's ...
  • Willie Lee Gay 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1961-01-01)
  • Willie Lee Gay 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1970-01-01)
  • Willie Lee Gay: Biographical Sketch 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1990-01-01)
  • Winter truck scene adjoining Highland Heights 

    Unknown author (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.
  • Women attending function at the Blue Triangle Branch of the YWCA 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University, 0000-00-00)
  • World famous red headed widows of Houston, Texas in front of the home of their creator, the Houston Post 

    Unknown author (Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, 1909-01-01)
  • World War I soldier photograph 

    Unknown author (Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center, 1910-01-01)
  • Wortham family portrait 

    Unknown author (Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, 1961-01-01)
    Gus Sessions Wortham (1891-1976), businessman, civic leader, cattle rancher and philanthropist, served as chairman of the board and chief executive officer of American General for almost five decades. ...
  • WWI military memorabilia belonging to Gus S. Wortham 

    Unknown author (Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, 1940-01-01)
    Gus Sessions Wortham (1891-1976), businessman, civic leader, cattle rancher and philanthropist, served as chairman of the board and chief executive officer of American General for almost five decades. ...