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John J. Herrera greeting President John F. Kennedy at Houston LULAC banquet held on November 21, 1963. Also pictured, Lady Bird Johnson.
Barbara Jordan in front of the Courts building. Barbara Jordan was the first African American woman to serve in the Texas State Senate, first African American U.S. Representative from Texas, and first African American to deliver a keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention.
A Picture Story of Houston's Celebration in Honor of Howard Hughes - July 30, 1938 Prepared for Hon. Jesse H. Jones. Photographs bound in book.
Annotated fashion sketch by Evelyn Norton Anderson for the Astrodome Club hat check girl uniform.
Annotated fashion sketch by Evelyn Norton Anderson for Astrodome stilemen uniforms (outside information director, gate supervisor, and elevator operator).
Annotated fashion sketch by Evelyn Norton Anderson for the Astrodome Club bartender uniform.
Annotated fashion sketch by Evelyn Norton Anderson for the Astrodome Sky Dome hostess uniform.
Annotated fashion sketch by Evelyn Norton Anderson of the Astrodome Domeskeller Cafe hostess uniform.
Annotated fashion sketch for the Count Down Cafeteria cashier uniform for the Astrodome, by Evelyn Norton Anderson.
Annotated concept sketch for Space-ette uniform for the Astrodome drawn by Evelyn Norton Anderson.
Annotated concept sketch of the Trail Blazer cashier and waitress uniforms for the Astrodome.
Hughes Tool Company scene: employees at working in production of Hughes Products: machines; blast furnaces; lathes; valves; tools; workmen; laboratory and shipping departments. Many of the workers are women.
Governor Price Daniel signing an official proclamation for LULAC Week. Also in the photograph are (in order from left to right) Tony Campos, Felix Tijerina, and Felix Salazar Jr.
President John F. Kennedy with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy at Houston LULAC banquet. Also pictured are Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson.
Oveta Culp Hobby is standing at a podium in Washington D.C. giving a speech on February, 1955 as the First Secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
This shot of the 300 block of Main Street in 1856 is the oldest known photographic image in the Houston Metropolitan Research Center. It was copied by photographer, Frank Schlueter, from the R. C. Morris original. The wooden buildings burned down shortly thereafter, and were replaced by brick buildings.