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Art Interest in War Times essay
(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives, 1917-04-15)
Art historian, lecturer, and critic, Stella Hope Shurtleff was an early active member of the Houston Art League. Her lectures for the League and the Museum of Fine, Houston, first given in 1916, ...
Image of William Ward Watkin in his architectural office, Houston
(Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, 1919-01-01)
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 ...
Main Street Viaduct and Ship Channel, Houston, Texas.
(Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, 1913-01-01)
Harris County Court House, Houston, Texas
(Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, 1912-01-01)
Main Street, looking south from Dallas Avenue, Houston, Texas.
(Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, 1918-01-01)
Covington automobile photograph
(Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University, 1910-01-01)
Heart Lake City Park (postcard)
(The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1910-01-01)
Annotated photograph of Mike Hogg with 90th Division in training exercise
(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives, 1917-07-17)
Mike Hogg, Texas legislator, businessman and Houstonian civic leader, was the son of first native Texan governor, James Stephen Hogg. In 1917,as the United States entered World War I, Mike Hogg ...
Letter from Joseph S. Cullinan to Houston Art League
(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives, 1916-06-22)
A leader in the oil industry, Joseph S. Cullinan first founded the Magnolia Petroleum Company before becoming a founding partner and president of Texaco. The Houston Symphony Orchestra, the Houston ...
Article entitled "The Red Book"
(Museum of Houston, 1915)