James W. Laurie, Trinity's 14th president, served from 1951-1970. Photo was taken about 1968. It was used as a model for his portrait that now hangs in the entry way to the trustees meeting room in Northrup Hall.
Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio.; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio;
Editorial in SNAP newspaper addressing the demise of the Good Government League political group in San Antonio municipal government. Reverend Black refers to the post-HemisFair 1968 waste, the 1968 CBS documentary "Hunger in America," and the...
Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century;
Editorial in the National Baptist Union-Review by Reverend Black, discussing the call of the Division of Christian Social Concern of the American Baptist Convention for attention to reform of processes that result in unequal justice for citizens.
Baptists -- United States -- History.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio;
Welcome Address by Reverend Black, to the National Baptist Convention, San Antonio, and "God is Not Dead," by convention choir, Mrs. [Virgie Carrington] Dewitty, choir director, September 4, 1968 [original: open reel tape, 5-in, acetate, 7-1/2...
Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.).; Cities and towns -- Study and teaching.;
Folder: Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 1972-2004. This folder contains correspondence, event ephemera, and class memoranda, notes and reports that pertain to Reverend Black's relationship with Dr. Earl Lewis, professor of Urban Studies at...
African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- History -- 20th century; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.;
Reverend Black's political campaign and local politics from 1963 through 1965 are covered in newsclippings and letters from local and Texas political figures,including Henry B. Gonzalez.