Tucked away in the heart of a Houston suburb, among generous green park space and snug, grey-clapboard bungalows, the unexpected is made manifest in the Menil Collection. An internationally-renowned arts destination identified only by a small, inconspicuous sign, the Menil is a recognized Houston landmark that, for all its importance, still bears a remarkable sense […]
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Coming to Houston: 170 Years of Migration
By Houston History Magazine on October 31, 2010 in Houstonians, Race & Ethnicity
To read the full text of this article that appeared in the Spring 2005 issue of Houston History, download the pdf version.