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Cain Project in Engineering and Professional Communication Collection

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Identifier: UA 339
Overview The collection consists of materials that represent what the Cain Project was, from proposals to teaching materials, reports, photographs, and assessments. It also includes records relating to University-wide communication requirements during the period of the Cain Project (1998-2008).
Dates: 1998-2009

Congregation Beth Jacob, Galveston [TX] records

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Identifier: MS 794
Overview The Congregation Beth Jacob, Galveston [TX] records is made up of letters, invitations, programs, bulletins, directories, legal documents, and a DVD recording the history of this small, vibrant congregation on Texas’ southern coast. Formed from two smaller communities--Russian and Austro-Hungarian--the congregation has a rich history of tradition.
Dates: 1947 - 2011

Dolores Wilkenfeld papers

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Identifier: MS 797
Overview The collection contains one box of speeches, event programs and media, newsclippings, and bulletins which document some of Dolores Wilkenfeld's interests and activities within the Reform Jewish Community in Houston and around the world from 1973 to 2017, with a focus on assisting Russian Jewry.
Dates: 1973 - 2017

Douglas Killgore video materials

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Identifier: UA 405
Overview The collection contains audio-visual material created and edited by Douglas Killgore during his time at Rice University, both as a student in the 1970s and, decades later, as an independent filmmaker. The materials document people and events at Rice and the history of the university from 1911-2013.
Dates: 1911 - 2013

Houston ARCH (Houston Area Rainbow Collective History) Collection

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Identifier: MS 569
Abstract The collection contains oral history interviews documenting the history of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Houston, Texas. It contains DVDs of the interviews, written and electronic transcripts, and research materials and bibliographies used for the project.
Dates: 1981 - 2020

Natural gas research materials of Chris Castaneda

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Identifier: MS 566
Overview The collection consists of research materials collected for the purpose of writing historical texts about the natural gas industry. Included are articles about people and companies active in the industry, as well as published works and videos.
Dates: ca. 1930-1990

One Nation Under God? film project interviews and research materials

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Identifier: MS 604
Abstract This collection consists of interviews, research materials, production footage, and third party media created and compiled by John Fuller, director of One Nation Under God?. (8 boxes)
Dates: 2004-2008

Pimp C rap artist collection

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Identifier: MS 651
Overview The Pimp C rap artist collection includes several documents and promotional items including handwritten lyrics and contracts to promotional flats for his group Underground Kingz (UGK).
Dates: 1987 - 2008

Rice University Boniuk Institute records

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Identifier: UA 380
Scope and Contents The records document the Boniuk Institute from its founding in 2004 as the Boniuk Center for the Study and Advancement of Reglious Tolerance to the current Boniuk Institute in 2019.
Dates: 1995 - 2019

Steven Fenberg papers

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Identifier: MS 804
Overview The Steven Fenberg Papers are comprised of books, correspondence, documents, and newsprint relevant to the life of Steven Fenberg--America’s top scholar of influential Houston mogul Jesse H. Jones. Though many of the materials (including Fenberg’s book “Unprecedented Power” and documentary “Brother, Can You Spare a Billion?”) concern Jones, still more of the materials explore Fenberg’s other philanthropic interests and connections with the wider Houston community, such as his patronage of AIDS...
Dates: 1926 - 2013