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Houston’s Graffiti Culture

Graffiti. This disruptive, colorful, and self-boasting style of popular art has permeated walls for centuries, including in Houston. Modern graffiti has been around since the 1960s when gangs or “crews” created social order with preservation of writing and began spray painting names and messages on walls, as expressions of protest, violence, or leisure. Undoubtedly graffiti […]

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Volume 11, Number 2 Military Might

Military Might Vol. 11, No. 2 (Spring 2014) Download PDF       Letter from the Editor, Joe Pratt 2 A Sharp Fight By Andrew W. Hall and Edward T. Cotham Jr. 8 USS Texas BB-35, Boasting more “Firsts” than any Ship in the U.S. Navy By Johnathan Flerchinger 13 Discovering Maritime Monuments from World War I […]

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