Louie Welch "We Don’t All Have to be Darned Fools"
Forms part of Houston History Archives Collection consisting of 19 boxes of very rich material: drafts of film scripts, topical files on significant segregation issues, film project proposals, VHS and Beta video tapes, correspondence related to fundraising, chapter drafts, publicity material, and a photocopy of Negro Politics and the Rise of the Civil Rights Movement in Houston, Texas (1968), a dissertation by Franklin Chandler Davidson currently available in the library’s general collection. Subject scope includes primarily 1950s and 1960s. Scope of work performed by originator occurred mostly during 1990s.
Archival order follows publication order, The Strange Demise of Jim Crow (1997), No Color is My Kind (1997), and Quentin Mease Memoirs (2001).
- Other: 1993-1997
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research
From the Collection: 10.0 linear feet
- From the Collection: Cole, Thomas R., 1949- (Person)
- From the Collection: Mease, Quentin R., 1908-2009 (Person)
- From the Collection: Stearns, Eldrewey (Person)
Part of the University of Houston Libraries Special Collections Repository
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MD Anderson Library
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Houston TX 77204-2000 USA