Houston’s Fourth Ward as seen through the lens of Roxanne Quezada Chartouni’s camera in 1987.
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Houston’s Oldest House Gets a New Life
By Houston History Magazine on April 8, 2020 in Archives, Arts & Culture, Education, Houstonians, Parks, Preservation, Race & Ethnicity
Those familiar with Houston history may be able to tell you that the oldest house in the city still standing on its original property is the 1847 Kellum-Noble House in Sam Houston Park. Although owned by the City, The Heritage Society (THS), a non-profit organization, has maintained the home for the past sixty-five years. Recently, […]
A Patchwork of Our Past – A Digital Edition
By Houston History Magazine on July 26, 2013 in Other
Our brand new issue with expanded digital content, “A Patchwork of Our Past,” is now available. Click Subscribe now to ensure you have access to the entire issue PLUS digital films and interview audio clips!! Houston History’s first digital issue is not only a patchwork of our past, it represents an exciting collaborative effort between the University of […]