Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: TARO subject browse term - http://texastaro.pbworks.com/w/file/145522746/TARO%20Control%20Access%20Browse%20Terms.xlsx
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 307
Overview Most of this collection, which dates from 1840 to 1878, is comprised of correspondence from British politician and statesman Benjamin Disraeli to Rev. Clubbe, who occupied the position of vicar at the living of Hughenden near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, from approximately 1851 to 1868.
Dates: 1840 - 1878
Identifier: MS 042
Abstract: The complete unpublished manuscript containing an account of the Church's activities in 16th century Mexico in relation to the indigenous population.
Dates: 1820 - 1840
Identifier: MS 724
Overview Family photograph of Hinhun Jow, Mee Oy Jow, Josephine Jue, Mylew High, Vance Jow, Sonny Jow, and Houston Jow in 1947. Photograph of the Chinese Baptist Church of Houston charter members, circa 1985. Digital version of photograph of family friends, Photograph of Mr. Gee, Joyce Gee, Mayling Hew, and Marymay Hong taken at Crawford Street, 1946.
Dates: 1946 - 1986
Identifier: MS 219
Overview Sermons written by Mathurin Guerin, with prayers to be delivered before and after the sermons. There are nine sermons handwritten into a bound volume. The Reverend Mr. Henry Heywood, who died in October 1755, preached the first six in Charleston, South Carolina.
Dates: 1755; 1774
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)
Identifier: MS 719
Overview This collection includes a 25th anniversary Chinese Baptist Church directory book (1978), a 50th anniversary Chinese Baptist Church history book (2003).
Dates: 1940 - 2003
Identifier: MS 384
Overview This is a typed copy of an autobiography of William Hayne Leavell (1850-1930). Leavell served as minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Houston from 1893 to 1905. After serving as an envoy to Guatemala (1913-1919), he returned to Houston. The autobiography, written in 1920 by Leavell, transcribed later by his daughter and edited into this typescript in 1979 by Alec Bayless and Larry Noble, describes Leavell's career at the First Presbyterian Church in Houston, his service in Guatemala,...
Identifier: MS 624
Abstract This is a collection of oral history interviews of members of the Zoroastrian Association of Houston (ZAH), conducted by fellow members of the ZAH.
Dates: 2014 - 2016