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    • Varsity tennis courts

    • Sports;
    • Dedication of varsity tennis courts on 5 November 1959. Courts given by trustee Arthur A. Seeligson, Sr., longtime supporter of Tennis in San Antonio. In photo foreground John Newman makes first official serve on new courts. Other players...
    • Trustees Witt, Miller, Calvert

    • Trustees;
    • (Left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Calvert. Affectionaly known as ""the three wise men,"" Witt, Miller, and Calvert were instrumental in bringing Trinity to San Antonio in 1942 and...
    • Trustee James H. Calvert

    • Trustees;
    • James Henry Calvert served Trinity as a trustee from 1942 until his death in 1981. He was chairman of the board from 1963-1966. As president of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce in 1941, Calvert was instrumental in bringing Trinity to San Antonio...
    • 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 - Charles...
    • Photographs, Claude W. Black, Jr., 1935-2007

    • African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Baptists -- United States -- History.; National Baptist Convention of America.; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century;
    • Folder, Photographs, Claude W. Black, Jr. Primarily portraits and a birthday event. Photos czb_061_002_016_a-e are Reverend Black's 2007 birthday event, with the following notes on the back of photos: czb_061_002_016_c, Joe Webb standing;...
    • Murchison Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Dedicated in June 1952, Murchison Residence Hall was a gift of Trinity Trustee T. Frank Murchison in memory of his father John W. Murchison. Initially designed to house Trinity men, it was used as a women's residence until the completion of Susanna...
    • Murchison Residence Hall

    • Buildings;
    • Dedicated in June 1952, Murchison Residence Hall was a gift of Trinity Trustee T. Frank Murchison in memory of his father John W. Murchison. Initially designed to house Trinity men, it was used as a women's residence until the completion of Susanna...
    • Miller Fountain

    • Buildings;
    • The Eugenia B. Miller Fountain was named in honor of the wife of Cecil W. Miller, Trinity trustee and former chairman of the Board (1957-1960) who presented the fountain as a gift to the university in 1966. Fountains were a special interest of Mr....
    • Miller Fountain

    • Buildings;
    • The Eugenia B. Miller Fountain was named in honor of the wife of Cecil W. Miller, Trinity trustee and former chairman of the Board (1957-1960) who presented the fountain as a gift to the university in 1966. Fountains were a special interest of Mr....
    • Miller Fountain

    • Buildings;
    • The Eugenia B. Miller Fountain was named in honor of the wife of Cecil W. Miller, Trinity trustee and former chairman of the Board (1957-1960) who presented the fountain as a gift to the university in 1966. Fountains were a special interest of Mr....
    • Miller Fountain

    • Buildings;
    • The Eugenia B. Miller Fountain was named in honor of the wife of Cecil W. Miller, Trinity trustee and former chairman of the Board (1957-1960) who presented the fountain as a gift to the university in 1966. Fountains were a special interest of Mr....
    • Laurie Auditorium

    • Buildings;
    • Completed in 1971, the multi-faceted James W. and Dorothy A. Laurie Auditorium was the first building on the Skyline Campus large enough to accommodate the entire faculty and student body in a single setting. Designed by architects O'Neil Ford and...

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