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    • Swimming Pool Dedication

    • Sports;
    • On 6 November 1959, the university swimming pool was dedicated in honor of Mr. and Mrs. D. Harold Byrd, Sr. Their son, D. Harold Byrd, Jr. was the principal donor of the $145,000 facility. Pictured in the photograph are swimmers from Trinity's...
    • What is the White Man Talking About, by Reverend Black, 1963

    • San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.; Segregation--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- History -- 20th century;
    • Editorial by Reverend Black about voluntary integration and the progress reports from the City of San Antonio's various Committees on Desegregation formed by Mayor Walter McAllister and City Council in 1963.
    • San Antonio City Council, 1975-1977

    • San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio;
    • Color photograph taken in 1975 of the 1975-1977 City of San Antonio City Council. Left to right: Place 4 - Reverend Claude W. Black, Jr.; Place 3 - Henry G. Cisneros; Place 2 - Robert P. "Bob" Billa; Place 1 - Phil Pyndus; Mayor - Lila...
    • San Antonio City Council, 1973-1975

    • San Antonio (Tex.) City Council.; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio;
    • Photograph taken in early 1975 of the 1973-1975 City of San Antonio City Council. Left to right: Place 7 - W. J. "Bill" O’Connell; Place 6 - Clifford Morton; Place 5 -Glenn Lacy; Place 4 - Reverend Claude W. Black, Jr.; Mayor and Place 3 -...
    • San Antonio City Council, 1975-1977

    • San Antonio (Tex.) City Council.; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio;
    • Photograph taken in 1975 of the 1975-1977 City of San Antonio City Council. Left to right: Place 4 - Reverend Claude W. Black, Jr.; Place 3 - Henry G. Cisneros; Place 2 - Robert P. "Bob" Billa; Place 1 - Phil Pyndus; Mayor - Lila Cockrell; ...
    • Health, Inc., 1979-1980

    • Public health -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.);
    • Folder: Health, Inc., 1979-1980; from the organizational records of Health, Inc., the senior citizen daycare center affiliated with Mount Zion First Baptist Church, co-founded by ZerNona Stewart Black.
    • Who is Killing the G.G.L.?, by Reverend Black

    • 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...
    • Let Mount Zion Rejoice, Historical Pageant 1871-1971, side one

    • Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.); African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Baptists -- United States -- History.;
    • Musical sound recording made on two long-playing vinyl discs of a historical pageant celebrating one hundred years of Mount Zion First Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas. SIDE I 1. The Star Spangled Banner (Soloist, Betty jo Hudspeth); 2....
    • Communism as a Religion

    • Communism and Christianity; Communism and religion; Communism
    • Thesis presented at Andover Newton Theological School in 1943, digitized copy supplied by Diana Yount, Trask Library, Andover Newton Theological School, on March 16, 2012 to Coates Library, Special Collections and Archives, Trinity University.
    • King William's Purple House, by Reverend Black

    • Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio; Cisneros, Sandra.
    • Talk about the house of Chicana writer Sandra Cisneros, which is located in the King William neighborhood in San Antonio and which she painted purple in the 1990s. Reverend Black talks about the historical meaning of color and the need to re-write...
    • Capitols, Washington and Austin, by Reverend Black, 1963

    • Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century;
    • Commentary by Reverend Black, with his reflections on the significance of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, in Washington, D.C. as well as on the Austin, Texas Civil Rights March on the same day, Wednesday. August 28, 1963, stressing...
    • Statement on Justice and Order, by Reverend Black, 1968

    • 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.
    • Why Are You Complaining?, by Reverend Black

    • Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century;
    • Editorial (Maxwell's Notes) addressing segregation in the city of San Antonio, and the issues around the Washington D.C. airmen who did not wish to transfer to Randolph Air Force Base because of discriminatory practices in the city. [Probably dates...

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