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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 ...
Now is the Time for Houston to Plan Great, Beautiful City article
(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives, 1909-02-09)
Frank A. Parsons gave this address while President of the New York School of Arts.
South Houston: the town built within a year
(Rice University, 1909)
A rare volume of Houston history. WRC call # Masterson F394 .S675 S68 1909
Orchestra's History and Plans for Coming Season Are Stressed article
(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives, 1947-09-07)
Gus Wortham served as chairman of the Houston Symphony campaign while Ima Hogg was president of the Houston Symphony Society.
Newspaper photos of Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Director James Chillman, Jr.
(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives, 1924-04-13)
James Chillman, Jr., served as the first director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. His tenure at the MFAH lasted from 1924-1953. During his tenure, Chillman also held a professorship in the ...
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 ...
Brochure for Visiting Scholars Programs in 1975
(Museum of Houston, 1975-01-01)
Dr. Ira B. Bryant was part of the Southern University in New Orleans Visiting Scholars Program Sept. 8 through Dec. 9, 1975. He taught a course entitled 'Social and Political Change that Affect the American Dream.'
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(Asian Studies, Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, 2002)
Letter from Lynda Bird Johnson to Ima Hogg
(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives, 1964-03-17)