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    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Some Reactions to the Black Manifesto (Johnson), 1969

    • African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century; National Baptist Convention of America.; Forman, James, -- 1928-2005.; Baptists -- United States -- History.;
    • Editorial in the National Baptist Forum newspaper, by Reverend Dr. Louis Johnson, Pastor of Friendship Baptist Church, Detroit, MIchigan, titled "Some Reactions to the Black Manifesto," delivered aloud by the author of the manifesto, James Forman,...
    • 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, 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; ...
    • 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 -...
    • Reverend Black at Martin Luther King, Jr. March, 2006

    • African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio
    • Reverend Black seated at Martin Luther King, Jr. March, January 16, 2006. Note on reverse: indicates left to right with Reverend Black, are Reverend Edward K. Maney, City Council person for District 2, Sheila D. McNeil, and Chairman of Martin...
    • 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...
    • Photographs by Oscar Williams of Reverend Black, 1975

    • Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.;
    • The photographs of Reverend Black were taken by professional photographer Oscar Williams when he was a student at Trinity University. They were taken during a mini-term session photojournalism course taught by Diane Gentry, in completion of an...
    • 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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