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"Houston Post-Dispatch" (May 22, 1927)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by the "Houston Post-Dispatch" on May 22, 1927. The major headline refers to aviator Charles Lindbergh, who had landed the first transatlantic flight, from...
Business at Twelfth street and University Avenue
Printed photograph of Huntsville, Texas showing the corner of Twelfth street and University Avenue. The corner building that houses several businesses is centered in the photograph. Poe and Wright's Photograph...
Unidentified Gathering in front of the San Leon Motel
A large group of unidentified people poses by the entrance of the San Leon Motel. The men are dressed in uniform and are standing behind and among the women in the group. The first row is seated and includes...
Houston Golf Club in Front of Clubhouse
A group of unidentified men and boys, both white and African-American, stands on the steps of the Houston Golf Club clubhouse. The club was built on 45 acres of land leased from Rice Institute, and located...
"Houston Post-Dispatch" (August 24, 1926)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by the "Houston Post-Dispatch" on August 24, 1926. One headline announces the death of Rudolph Valentino. Numerous articles cover news in the world, the...
"Houston Post-Dispatch" (February 5, 1925)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by the "Houston Post-Dispatch" on February 5, 1925. The Houston Post, established April 5, 1885, and The Houston Dispatch, established September 1, 1923,...
"Houston Post" (July 5, 1923)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on July 5, 1923. The major headline announces the boxing win of Jack Dempsey over Tommy Gibbons. Other national and world news stories...
"Houston Post" (November 11, 1918)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on November 11, 1918. The end of World War I is announced in bold headlines. The article in the lower left describes a plan of activities...
"Houston Post" (April 3, 1917)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on April 3, 1917. Two days after an American merchant ship is sunk by a German submarine, these headlines reflect the sentiment in...
"Houston Post" (May 6, 1910)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on April 22, 1910. Prominent headline in the top center of this newspaper announces the devastating earthquake in Cartago, Costa Rica....
City Hall and Market House
Photograph of a printed illustration that depicts the building shared by the Houston city government and the city market on Travis Street at Prairie Avenue. The building is shown in sketches dated as early...
"Houston Post" (April 22, 1910)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on April 22, 1910. Prominent headline in the top left of this newspaper announces the death of Mark Twain.
World War I homecoming parade (unidentified intersection)
Cars are stopped in multiple directions at an unidentified Houston street intersection. A horse-drawn water wagon is stopped in front of one line of cars. A few cars travel in the opposite direction and...
Houston Cotton Exchange
This view of the Cotton Exchange building includes the front and side of the building. The view also includes the street showing the presence of rails and wires for electric trolley cars. Architect Eugene...
Theo Dreyling grocery store
The Theo Dreyling Grocery store was located at the corner of Austin and Pease Streets. Unidentified adults, children and a dog pose in front of the building. A wagon on the left advertises the location...
Mule drawn streetcar
Unidentified men pose in a front of a mule-drawn streetcar. By 1874 eight cars were in service by the Houston City Railroad Company that used wooden tracks. In June 1891 spectators saw the first test of...
Firefighter with firefighting equipment (c. 1921)
The Central Fire Station in Houston was located at the corner of Texas Avenue and San Jacinto Street. An unidentified fireman in uniform stands at the front of a motorized hook and ladder truck. Two unidentified...
Firefighters with firefighting equipment (c. 1921)
The Central Fire Station in Houston was located at the corner of Texas Avenue and San Jacinto Street. Firemen in uniform pose with a horse-drawn hook and ladder truck. Three horses are hitched to the front...
Brazos Hotel Annex
The Brazos Hotel Annex was located on Washington Avenue (Preston Avenue) in the 600 block near Smith Street. Signage indicates that Hurd's Railway Land Office was a major occupant of the building. Unidentified...
Southern Pacific Railroad shops
Photograph of a printed engraving of the Southern Pacific Railroad shops. A number of tracks, empty and with train cars, are in the foreground in front of various buildings.
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