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    • Local politics scrapbook, 1971-1976

    • African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.;
    • Scrapbook of newsclippings assembled by Reverend Black, predominantly about San Antonio local politics, city council candidates, political issues involving the East side and West side of the city, Reverend Black's own political campaigns, and...
    • Network of Black Churches, 1975-1985

    • African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Baptists -- United States -- History.; Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.);
    • Folder of materials related to Reverend Black's work with the interfaith organization of churches, that includes by-laws, correspondence, research, and writings.
    • Local politics, church and community news scrapbook, 1976-1977

    • African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.;
    • Scrapbook of newsclippings assembled by Reverend Black, predominantly about San Antonio local politics, city council candidates, political issues involving the East side and West side of the city, Reverend Black's own political campaigns and...
    • 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.
    • Rincon Douglass and Wheatley High School,  1933-1999

    • African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Segregation--Texas--San Antonio--History.; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio;
    • Folder: Rincon/ Douglass and Herff Schools, Wheatley High School, San Antonio, Texas, 1933-1999. Contains documents regarding class reunions; considerations for San Antonio Indeopendent School District; dedication of historical marker for...
    • Carver Community Cultural Center, 1978-2006

    • Arts facilities -- Texas -- San Antonio.; Carver Community Cultural Center (San Antonio, Tex.); Long, Jo.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio;
    • Folder: Carver Community Cultural Center, 1978-2006. Contains documents such as correspondence, event promotional and planning documents; newsclippings about Jo Long, Center Director; and, correspondence.
    • Local Government: Alamodome, 1988-1992

    • Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio;
    • Part 1 of 2 of folder, Local Government: Alamodome, 1988-1995. Contains documents that reflect government and citizen action regarding the Alamodome sports facility on the East side of San Antonio, and includes groups such as the Citizens for the...
    • James W. Laurie and O'Neil Ford

    • Presidents;
    • James W. Laurie, Trinity's 14th president, served from 1951-1970 (right) with O'Neil Ford, Trinity architect who designed the campus. Photo appears to have been taken in the early 1960s from the top of Northrup Hall looking west with Storch library...
    • Thomas Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Opened in the fall of 1965, the eight-storey High Rise residence hall for undergraduate women was designed by architects O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke. In 1974 Trinity trustees voted to name High Rise in honor of Marion Bruce Thomas who served...
    • Thomas Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Opened in the fall of 1965, the eight-storey High Rise residence hall for undergraduate women was designed by architects O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke. In 1974 Trinity trustees voted to name High Rise in honor of Marion Bruce Thomas who served...
    • Thomas Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Opened in the fall of 1965, the eight-storey High Rise residence hall for undergraduate women was designed by architects O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke. In 1974 Trinity trustees voted to name High Rise in honor of Marion Bruce Thomas who served...
    • Prassel Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Dick and Peggy Prassel Residence Hall, located on Shook and Ledge Lane, was dedicated October 6, 1988. The principal architect was principal architect was Ken Zuschlag of the firm of Bradley/McChesney. Mr. Prassel was a respected businessman and...
    • Prassel Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Dick and Peggy Prassel Residence Hall, located on Shook and Ledge Lane, was dedicated October 6, 1988. The principal architect was principal architect was Ken Zuschlag of the firm of Bradley/McChesney. Mr. Prassel was a respected businessman and...
    • Prassel Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Dick and Peggy Prassel Residence Hall, located on Shook and Ledge Lane, was dedicated October 6, 1988. The principal architect was principal architect was Ken Zuschlag of the firm of Bradley/McChesney. Mr. Prassel was a respected businessman and...
    • Northrup Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Completed in 1951, the Administration Building was the first building to be constructed on Trinity Hill by architect O'Neil Ford. Following the erection of a three-story east wing in 1962, it was named in honor of Preston Gaines Northrup, a...
    • Northrup Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Completed in 1951, the Administration Building was the first building to be constructed on Trinity Hill by architect O'Neil Ford. Following the erection of a three-story east wing in 1962, it was named in honor of Preston Gaines Northrup, a...
    • Murchison Tower

    • Buildings;
    • Dedicated on December 16, 1964, the T. Frank Murchison Memorial Tower rises to a height of 166 feet and is the focal center of the Trinity campus. The tower was a gift of Mr. Arch Underwood, a longtime friend of Murchison who served with him as a...
    • Murchison Tower

    • Buildings;
    • Dedicated on December 16, 1964, the T. Frank Murchison Memorial Tower rises to a height of 166 feet and is the focal center of the Trinity campus. The tower was a gift of Mr. Arch Underwood, a longtime friend of Murchison who served with him as a...
    • Murchison Tower

    • Buildings;
    • Dedicated on December 16, 1964, the T. Frank Murchison Memorial Tower rises to a height of 166 feet and is the focal center of the Trinity campus. The tower was a gift of Mr. Arch Underwood, a longtime friend of Murchison who served with him as a...

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