This collection consists of the business records of Kenneth Bentsen Associates. The records include correspondence, contracts, and billings for the firm’s architectural projects, as well as construction documents such as specifications and architectural drawings. Photographs, reference books, and memorabilia round out the collection.
This small collection deals entirely with the Port of Houston. It is comprised entirely of clippings and publications related to the history of the Port of Houston.
The contents of this collection comprise the life of Harriet Joan Ehrlich. The bulk of the materials contained within revolve around Ehrlich’s tenure with the EEOC, specifically as director. The collection has been divided into eight (8) series: Correspondence, Certificates, Personal Writings, Multimedia, News Clippings, Press Books, In-Service Educational Materials, and Ephemera.
The bulk of this collection consists of acceptances, reviews, and rejection letters sent out between January of 1964 and November of 1976; it also includes general correspondence concerning Donald Lee in the 1960s.
This artificial collection was created to bring together materials related to the investiture of Presidents and Chancellors at the University of Houston. Materials include programs, invitations, lists of delegates, press coverage, and administrative information related to the production of the investiture ceremony. Presidents covered include Renu Khator, Philip Guthrie Hoffman, Charles Edwin Bishop, and Arthur K. Smith.
This collection contains research and draft materials from Claudia’s book and journalist work such as notes, editors’ commentary, final publications, promotional materials, and more. Claudia’s journals written during the drafting of her book are also included.