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Dates: 1911-2011; Majority of material found in 1989-2006
Scope and Contents The collection arrived at the archives in good order and in general the original order has been maintained. Although primarily concerned with Church Women United in Houston, the collection also contains material from the state and national levels. Information in the collection includes material on the history of the organization, business and financial records, materials from the three annual celebrations, and programs from area worship services. It also includes yearbooks, photographs, and...
Scope and Contents The Bessie Alva Griffiths Collection contains photographs, memorabilia, and papers such as programs and miscellaneous correspondence and receipts. The dates of items in the collection range from 1888 to 1940. Original order of materials has been adhered to whenever possible. Correspondence and receipts are arranged in chronological order. Included among the papers in the Griffiths Collection are materials belonging to Griffiths' roommate Katherine Dick, who may have...
Dates: 1889-1964; Majority of material found in 1930-1955
Scope and Contents This collection includes administrative files from the Houston National Bank, as well as scrapbooks of prominent individuals associated with the bank. The administrative files primarily pertain to the bank's 75th anniversary, celebrated in 1951. These files include correspondence, promotional material, photographs, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings. The administrative files also include publicity files and materials documenting organizations and conventions associated with the...
Scope and Contents The Mydolls Records contain approximately 3.5 linear feet of archival records that document the career of the women-led group and reveal its 40-year advocacy of equality, female empowerment, and minority representation in the arts. The post-punk band Mydolls is a Houston band formed in 1978 with members Trish Herrera, Dianna Ray, Linda Younger, and George Reyes. The archival collection preserves the band’s early history in photographs, letters, flyers, zines, and cassette tapes from the...
Scope and Contents The materials in the collection document New Music America (NMA) festivals, which got their start as "New Music New York" in 1979, and were produced afterward annually by the New Music Alliance in cities across North America from 1980 to 1990. A bulk of the materials document the 1986 NMA in Houston. The records primarily consist of administrative documents, such as professional correspondence, meeting agendas, or mailing lists. Secondary records include catalogs, programs, and press related...
- Correspondence 4
- Photographs 4
- Administrative records 2
- Posters 2
- Audiotapes 1
- Avant-garde (Music) 1
- Bankers -- Texas -- Houston 1
- Banks and banking -- Texas -- Houston 1
- Business records 1
- Christian women -- Texas -- Houston 1
- Clippings (information artifacts) 1
- Ephemera 1
- Fliers (printed matter) 1
- Houston (Tex.) -- Social life and customs 1
- Memorabilia 1
- Music festivals -- Texas -- Houston 1
- Newsletters 1
- Pamphlets 1
- Paris, Texas (Motion picture) 1
- Personal papers 1
- Post-punk music 1
- Punk rock music -- Texas -- Houston 1
- Scrapbooks 1
- Women -- Societies and clubs 1
- Women punk rock musicians 1
- Yearbooks 1
- Zines 1 ∧ less
- Church Women United in Houston 1
- Galbreth, Michael, 1956- 1
- Griffiths, Bessie Alva, 1896- 1
- Houston National Bank (Houston, Tex.) 1
- Houston Symphony Orchestra 1