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Dr. Richard I. Evans and the Innovation of Educational Television

By Emily Vinson Psychology 231, a half-hour for-credit course, aired Monday through Friday for twelve weeks, reaching half of the area’s television owners– an estimated 20,000 viewers. The program proved so popular that viewers called Evans at home “day and night” to discuss the themes presented during the telecourse. Over the past two years, as […]

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Houston’s East End: Past in the Present

By Marie-Theresa Hernández  The plane, with the name “Tommy Joe” painted on its nose, is in the front yard of a private home on Navigation Boulevard. I wish Tommy Joe was still around to tell us stories about the plane in action. Photo by Golnar Makvandi. In spring 2021, in the middle of the COVID pandemic, […]

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Table of Contents 19.1 San José Clinic

Download the full pdf here19.1 Letter from the Editor, Debbie Z. Harwell 2From Fear to Faith: The Founding of the San José ClinicBy Karla Rodriguez6The Catholic Church and the San José Clinic: One Hundred Years of HistoryBy Miles Bednorz11San José Clinic Establishes its Place in Houston’s Medical MeccaBy Grace Conroy17“San José Saints”: Treating Patients from Head to ToeBy Grace Conroy, Caitlyn Jones, and Debbie Z. Harwell23Respect, Dignity, and […]

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17.2 Table of Contents Evolution of a Community

Download the full pdfVol. 17 No. 2, Letter from the EditorDebbie Z. Harwell 2Track Houston Perceptions in Remarkable TimesA Conversation with Stephen L. Klineberg and Debbie Z. Harwell11All in the Family: The Robinson LegacyBy Justin Thompson16A Look at Fourth Ward Houston, TexasBy Roxanne Quezada Chartouni22New Hope Housing: Creating Communities for Those in NeedBy Natalya Pomeroy27DEPARTMENTS Houston’s Oldest House Gets […]

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16.2 Power of Place: Table of Contents

Download the full pdfVol. 16 No. 2, Letter from the EditorDebbie Z. Harwell 2Italians Plant Roots in Houston By Sabine Meyer Hill7De-Ro-Loc: Houston’s Forgotten FestivalBy Calvin Blair12The IUPLR and the History of Houston’s Latino Art Now! ConferenceBy Olga U. Herrera and Pamela Anne Quiroz2023State of the Women in HoustonBy Nikki Van HightowerMarching On: “The Rise of Houston Women = The Rise of the Nation”By […]

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“A Love Affair 50 Years and Counting”: OTC’s Economic and Cultural Contributions to Houston

By Debbie Z. Harwell The first OTC met at the Albert Thomas Convention and Exhibit Center downtown (now Bayou Place) with 4,200 in attendance, 125 papers presented, and 38,500 square feet of exhibit space occupied by 200 exhibitors. In need of more space, in 1973 OTC moved to the Astrodome complex, now NRG Park, where […]

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Table of Contents 15.2 Latinos

Download the full pdf. Vol. 15, No. 2 (Spring 2018) Letter from the Editor by Debbie Z. Harwell 2 El Club Cultural Recreativo México Bello: Raza, Patria, e Idioma By Adriana Castro 8 Yolanda Black Navarro: East End Reina By Denise Gomez 13 Laying the Groundwork: Gracie Saenz’s Life of Public Service By Stephanie Gomez […]

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Houston History Bus, Bringing the Past Alive

Mister McKinney recently fulfilled one of his dreams when he rolled out the Houston History Bus. “The Houston History Bus is a truly unique and immersive experience,” R. W. McKinney explains. “We acquired a retired school bus and reconfigured it into a mobile classroom. We cut the roof off, removed the windows, and installed a […]

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14.2 Civil Rights Table of Contents

Download the full pdf. Vol. 14, No. 2 (Spring 2017) Letter from the Editor by Debbie Z. Harwell 2 Camp Logan 1917: Beyond the Veil of Memory By Matthew Crow 8 Remembering “The Mouse that Roared”: Eleanor Tinsley and Houston By Marina DonLevy Shimer 13 Guadalupe Quintanilla: Defying the Odds By Adriana Castro 18 The […]

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Coach Bill Yeoman & UH Football

By Ryan Graham The greatest and most successful college football coaches are those who unlock the hidden potential in a program. Not only do they bring out the best in themselves, they also bring out the best in their assistant coaches and, most importantly, their players. From perennial “P5” powerhouses (Power 5 NCAA Division 1 […]

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