Portrait of Lyndall Finley (Wortham), from the Gus S. Wortham family and business records. Portrait studio name is present on original, but is illegible.
"Lyndall Finley (later Wortham), portrait as a nine year old girl, with a bouquet of flowers." (1901): http://hdl.handle.net/1911/37092.
Lyndall Finley Wortham (1892-1980) was married to business leader and philanthropist Gus S. Wortham. Mr. and Mrs. Wortham, are remembered for establishing the Wortham Foundation for support of cultural organizations and parks in Houston. In addition to the Wortham Theater Center, several other public places in Houston are named for Wortham, including Gus Wortham Park, Gus Wortham Memorial Fountain, Wortham Fountain at the Texas Medical Center, Wortham House (home of the University of Houston chancellor), Wortham IMAX Theater at the Museum of Natural Science, Wortham World of Primates at the Houston Zoo, and Wortham Tower in the American General Center.
Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
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