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    • Angela Davis Rally, 1971

    • African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio;
    • Recording of speakers at the Free Angela Davis Rally and Dance, held on Sunday, May 23, 1971, at 8:00 at the La Villita Assembly Building in San Antonio, Texas. Reverend Black is the first speaker from 9:39 to 20:17; 20:18 to end -- additional...
    • House Next Door, Project Free, undated

    • African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Amateur works; Public health -- Texas -- San Antonio; Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.);
    • Slides that depict the "House Next Door" building at 615 Hackberry Street, at the corner of Hardeman Street in San Antonio, Texas. It housed Project Free, a Mount Zion First Baptist Church initiative that provided meals and health services to...
    • Architectural Drawing Fine Arts Building

    • Buildings;
    • In 1945, before deeds were signed for the property for the new campus on Trinity Hill, trustees selected Harvey P. Smith and Bartlett Cocke as architects to draw up a master plan for the new campus. Assistance as consulting architects came from the...
    • Bell Athletic Center

    • Buildings;
    • Named in memory of William H. Bell, late chairman of Trinity's Board of Trustee from 1984-87, the Bell Athletic Center, a three-story structure containing 185,000 square feet, opened in 1992. The building houses faculty and staff offices, the Hixon...
    • Bell Athletic Center

    • Buildings;
    • Named in memory of William H. Bell, late chairman of Trinity's Board of Trustee from 1984-87, the Bell Athletic Center, a three-story structure containing 185,000 square feet, opened in 1992. The building houses faculty and staff offices, the Hixon...
    • Bell Athletic Center

    • Buildings;
    • Named in memory of William H. Bell, late chairman of Trinity's Board of Trustee from 1984-87, the Bell Athletic Center, a three-story structure containing 185,000 square feet, opened in 1992. The building houses faculty and staff offices, the Hixon...
    • Elizabeth Huth Coates Library

    • Buildings;
    • Construction on the library, initially known as the Elizabeth Coates Maddox Library, began in 1977 and the library opened in 1979. Photo depicts construction in early stage. View is looking north from front of library with stairwell in foreground....
    • Elizabeth Huth Coates Library

    • Buildings;
    • Construction on the library, initially known as the Elizabeth Coates Maddox Library, began in 1977 and the library opened in 1979. Photo depicts workers laying tile at main entry to library. Ford, Powell & Carson and Chumney, Jones & Kell, San...

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