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1929 - 1940s
1900 - 1949
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Science Building from the Ezekiel Cullen Building construction site
Science Building next to the construction of the Ezekiel Cullen Building. The Science Building houses parts of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The building's cornerstone reads "Erected...
Frank Schwab started in the oil industry in 1953 as a cook's helper for Stanolin Oil and Gas Company. Shortly thereafter, he asked for a position on a seismographic crew and worked his way through several...
An individual in my yoga class knows Ron Schnoor and said he would tell him about our study. He did, and Mr. Schnoor said I could contact him. I was able to arrange to meet him and conducted this interview....
Salvaging from houses submerged in sand
Wrecked houses submerged in sand on the east end of Galveston on Seawall Boulevard. People can be seen inside the ruin of one of the houses, presumably salvaging belongings.
Salter, Norman "Pete"
Norman Salter was born in 1912 in Many, Louisiana; he was raised in northern Louisiana. He left college (where he was studying to be a school teacher) when he was about 20 to go work in the oilfield first...
Born in 1921, Forrest Sadler grew up in east Texas in the small town of Troup. His father worked in the oilfield firing boilers and would take Forrest to work with him when he was just a child. During...
Ruth Simmons: Women in Education
An interview with Ruth Simmons, a professor and the first African American woman to hold the title of president at a major college/university. She talks about various aspects of her life such as how she...
Russel, Linda and Moore, Jerry
Row of partially demolished houses
Partially demolished houses on the east end of Galveston. People, presumably residents, go through the wreckage.
Row of damaged houses
Houses one mile from explosion.
Red cedar shingle
Billy Rodgers was born in 1926 in Northeast Texas, near oilfields, but they never found oil on his family's land. He didn't think he would attend college, but after serving in Korea, he attended school...
Robert C. Chenoweth with Grandparents Espy
Robert C. Chenoweth standing with his grandparents in front of a house.
Captain Bill Robb grew up near a seaport in Scotland. He went to sea as an apprentice at age 16. When World War II broke out, he was thrust into the Merchant Marine, transporting cargo from Europe to the...
Reflection Pool and exterior front view of the Ezekiel Cullen Building
The Ezekiel Cullen Building, known informally as E. Cullen, houses the offices of the President, Provost, and Vice Presidents of the University of Houston as well as the office of the Dean of Graduate...
Rear exterior view of the Cullen College of Engineering Building
The Cullen College of Engineering houses most of the academic departments of the Cullen College of Engineering. The building was occupied in 1967 and dedicated on May 4, 1968. The architects were Golemon...
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