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    • Valliant Register index, 1980-1983 and undated

    • Family--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Social life and customs--20th century.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs--History.
    • Genealogy materials compiled by family members
    • Brown and Lane Family Papers
    • Interview with Emma Tenayuca, 1987.

    • Trade--unions.; Women in trade--unions.; Pecan shellers--Texas.; Communists in Texas.; Labor and laboring classes--Texas.
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    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Snap, February 4, 1958

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Gloria Martinez, October 16, 2011

    • Mexican Americans--San Antonio (Tex.)
    • These oral histories were conducted in the Fall 2011 semester of the Introduction to Chicano(a) Studies (MAS 2013) course taught by Dr. Marie Miranda. The course is an introduction to the field of Chicano(a) studies from its inception to the...
    • Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection
    • Snap, April 27, 1962

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Pamphlets, 1964-1977 and undated

    • Clubs--Texas--San Antonio.; Gender identity--Periodicals.; Transgender people--Family relationships.; Trangender people--Periodicals.; Transvestism--Texas--San Antonio.; Transvestites--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs.
    • Pamphlets, 1964-1977 and undated
    • Linda and Cynthia Phillips Papers
    • Snap, August 11, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Francisco A. Chapa newsclipping, 1935-1971 and undated

    • Business--Texas--San Antonio.; Family--Texas--San Antonio.; Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Texas--San Antonio.; Mexican Americans--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--History.; San Antonio...
    • Francisco A. Chapa newsclippings
    • Francisco A. Chapa Family Papers
    • Travels of the Time-Train, 1990

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Travels of the Time-Train, 1990
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Moan You Mourners: Part Three, June 1994

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Moan You Mourners: Part Three, June 1994
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Fleshtones, assorted, 1975-1977

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Fleshtones, assorted, 1975-1977
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Le Griffon novellas, 1997

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Le Griffon novellas, 1997
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Interview with Hal Flanders, 1990.

    • Chihuahua Desert, Big Bend Region (Tex.); Wildlife management--Texas; Geology--Texas
    • "Prude Ranch,Texas Armed with a deep respect and understanding of the Chihuahua Desert of Mexico and West Texas, Hal Flanders discusses its beauty and rugged natural diversity."
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • E-mail, 2006

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • E-mail, 2006
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Interview with Emilio Torres, 2008

    • San Antonio (Tex.).; Mexican Americans.; Kelly Air Force Base (Tex.).; Air pilots.;
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    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Zintgraff, James 1991-09-17

    • Photographers.; Photography; Photography--Negatives; Rock paintings; San Antonio (Tex.)--History
    • San Antonio, Texas Jim Zintgraff's father started a still photography business in San Antonio in the early 1920's and worked as cameraman for the movie, Wings, that was filmed nearby in 1926. Zintgraff describes some of the many people and places...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Snap, May 26, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Jump-Start production, ""Dona Rosita's Jalapeno Kitchen,"" 2001

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Jump-Start Performance Company is a non-profit, theater company dedicated to the exploration of alternative viewpoints in performance.
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Snap, December 1, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Colonel William D. Wooldridge, 1984

    • Fort Sam Houston (Tex.).; United States--Army--Infantry Division, 2nd.; Horses.; Wainwright, Jonathan.
    • Colonel William D. Wooldridge discusses his Military history, including liberation of concentration camp Mauthausen during World War II, service during Korean War, and personal knowlege about Fort Sam Houston.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Dario Chapa, December 2011

    • Mexican Americans--Music.
    • These oral histories were conducted by students in Introduction to Chicano(a) Studies (MAS 2013) course taught by Dr. Marie Miranda. The course is an introduction to the field of Chicano(a) studies from its inception to the present. Chicano(a)...
    • Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Richard A. Knobloch, 1986

    • World War, 1939-1945--Aerial operations, American.; Tokyo (Japan)--History--Bombardment, 1942--Personal narratives, American.; Tokyo (Japan)--History--Bombardment, 1942
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    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Snap, December 15, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Snap, December 8, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Claudia Abbey Ball, 08-05-1984.

    • Texas Folklife Festival; University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio.
    • University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures San Antonio, Texas Claudia Ball, the manager of the Texas Folklife Festival from 1976-87, was an University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio. jack-of-all-trades volunteer during...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Moan You Mourners draft with corrections, undated

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Moan You Mourners draft with corrections, undated
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Interview with Jim Cullum Jr., 1980.

    • Jazz musicians; Dance orchestras; Happy Jazz Band; The Landing-San Antonio (Tex.); Cullum, Jim
    • San Antonio, Texas, 1980 The leader of the Happy Jazz Band and owner of Jim Cullum’s Landing...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Ollie Marshall Adams, 1990.

    • Marshall (Tex.); Harrison County (Tex.)
    • Marshall, Texas Ollie Marshall Adams spent his working life as a machinist in the huge railroad shops in Marshall, beginning with his apprenticeship at age 17 in 1927. Adams recounts the economic and social impact the now-closed railroad complex...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Travels of the Time Train, 1990

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Travels of the Time Train, 1990
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Womandingo PlayWorks layout, 2004

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Womandingo PlayWorks layout, 2004
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • McCreless Library Project:  Turning Memories into Memoirs, 2001

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • McCreless Library Project: Turning Memories into Memoirs, 2001
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Interview with Nick Holt, undated

    • Mexican Americans--Music.
    • These oral histories were conducted by students in Introduction to Chicano(a) Studies (MAS 2013) course taught by Dr. Marie Miranda. The course is an introduction to the field of Chicano(a) studies from its inception to the present. Chicano(a)...
    • Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Col. Carl J. Crane, 1981

    • Aeronautics-history.; Air pilots.; Instrument flying.; William C. Ocker 1876-1942.;
    • Col. Crane's residence, San Antonio, Texas As a boy, San Antonio native Carl J. Crane watched the first Military airplane flight at Fort Sam Houston in 1910. And as a Military aviator, he devoted much of his adult life to developing and perfecting...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Moan You Mourners typescript drafts, undated

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Moan You Mourners typescript drafts, undated
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Gender Euphoria, 1991-1992

    • Clubs--Texas--San Antonio.; Gender identity--Periodicals.; Transgender people--Family relationships.; Trangender people--Periodicals.; Transvestism--Texas--San Antonio.; Transvestites--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs.
    • Boulton and Park Society newsletter, Gender Euphoria
    • Linda and Cynthia Phillips Papers
    • Humana Festival of New American Plays, Louisiana press, 2001

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Humana Festival of New American Plays, Louisiana press, 2001
    • Sterling Houston Papers

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