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1992 Republican National Convention, Houston Host Committee records

 Collection
Identifier: MS 562
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the official guide and calendar, the Houston Chronicle special convention edition, and numerous give-aways and souvenirs.
Dates: 1992

Builders: Herman and George R. Brown Book Research Files

 Collection
Identifier: MS 464
Overview Correspondence, oral histories, notes, newsclippings, reports, published materials, photographs and ephemera in this collection document the family and business lives of Houston entrepreneurs Herman and George R. Brown, providing the basis for author Christopher Castaneda and Joseph Pratt's book, Builders : Herman and George R. Brown
Dates: 1898-1989

Chabad of Houston collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 833
Overview The Chabad of Houston collection contains materials related to the institution’s many programs, its history, and especially the galas and events celebrating the impact the Chabad has had on the Houston Jewish community.
Dates: 1990 - 2016

Marguerite Johnston Barnes Personal Papers

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Identifier: MS 491
Overview The bulk of these papers represent Barnes’ writing and journalism career, from her early college years to her lengthy career at the Houston Post newspaper. Included are photocopies of her articles, columns, reviews and editorials, typescripts of her works, photographs, and a small amount of family and biographical materials.
Dates: 1926-2000

Norman Hackerman personal and professional papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 407
Overview Professional and personal papers of chemist Dr. Norman Hackerman, the fourth president of Rice University (1970 - 1985), including correspondence, notes for speaking engagements, etc., mainly concerning his membership in the National Science Foundation, National Science Board, and trips to Antarctica.
Dates: 1956-1986

Rice University Harry Carothers Wiess College Records

 Collection
Identifier: UA 079
Abstract Harry Carothers Wiess College is one of eleven residential colleges at Rice University. These records contain files related to Wiess governance, student life, handbooks, memos, photographs, video, constitutions, by-laws and minutes.
Dates: 1950-2017

Rice University Harry Clay Hanszen College Records

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Identifier: UA 072
Abstract Hanszen College is one of the four original colleges, which were established to house students. The college is named for Harry Clay Hanszen, a wealthy Texas oilman, who served as chairman of Rice's Board of Governors from 1946 to 1950. Formats include Cabinet meeting minutes, correspondence, news clippings, publications, handbooks, videos, brochures and theatrical events programs.
Dates: 1956-2017

Rice University James A. Baker College Masters' Records

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Identifier: UA 069
Abstract: Rosters, correspondence files, room assignments, rules and regulations, committee records, fellows records, roommate questionnaires and more, relating to Baker College daily business and special events such as Baker Night and Shakespeare Week, orientation. Materials were created and/or maintained by masters of Baker College, and are arranged in chronological order.
Dates: 1955-2008

Rice University Margarett Root Brown College Records

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Identifier: UA 074
Abstract Correspondence, newsclippings, obituaries, minutes, freshman materials, publications, governmental and budget documents as well as other information relating to the general operation of Brown College. There are also files on the Brown students such as lists of members and room assignments. Brown College was dedicated on October 3, 1965 and was filled primarily by women who had volunteered to leave Jones College, then the only women's college, to start a new college.
Dates: 1965-2016

Rice University Professional and Business Women records

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Identifier: UA 242
Overview The collection consists of the constitution, meeting announcements, calendars, directories, and newsletters of the Rice University Business and Professional Women for the years 1986 through 1995. It was created by Nancy Boothe, an archivist at Fondren Library, during the years when she was a member of the organization.
Dates: 1986-1995