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Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 030
Abstract The collection consists of 1948 and 1949 correspondence with Brady Tyson, editor of the Rice Thresher; his editorials favoring admission of qualified African Americans to Rice Institute; and newspaper reports on the Tyson material and public response to it. The content ends with President Huston’s letter to the editor of the Thresher, pointing out that Rice was chartered for white students only.
Dates: 1948 - 1949
Identifier: MS 655
Overview This collection consists of the business records, promotional calendars, and digital images that chronicle Rockefeller's music venue.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1978-2016, dates 1978-1995
Identifier: MS 908
Overview This collection mainly comprises the audio output of the Red Shack recording studion owned by Rock Romano. It also contains archival material related to The Fun and Games, Smokin' Fitz, and Dr. Rockit.
Dates: 1968 - 2018
Identifier: MS 662
Overview This collection mainly contains posters from the Sweetheart of Texas Concert Hall and Saloon.
Dates: 1974 - 1975
Identifier: MS 607
Overview Photographs, promotional cards, posters, published interviews and music of Swisha House artists such as Paul Wall, Lil Mario, SLim Thug, Coota Bang, Michael 5000 Watts, Big Tyme, Lester Roy, Sabwarfare, Archie Lee, J Dawg and many others. Music is on audiocassette, LP album, and CD. Additionally, this collection features a large framed platinum record presented to CERCL to commemorate the sale 1 million copies of Paul Wall's The Peoples Champ album. (1 box plus framed platinum record)
Identifier: MS 677
Overview This collection includes audio and an oral history.
Dates: 1963; 2016
Identifier: MS 657
Overview VHS tapes, mini-DV tapes, magazines, contracts, and correspondence of Too Short (Todd Anthony Shaw)