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    • Roadrunner

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Internal faculty and staff newsletter of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Published weekly (except spring break); biweekly during summer sessions.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • The Texican

    • University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio--Newsletters.
    • The Texican, staff newsletter of the Institute of Texan Cultures, 1984-1997.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00123/utsa-00123.html
    • Roadrunner

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Internal faculty and staff newsletter of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Published weekly (except spring break); biweekly during summer sessions.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • Interview with Gertrude Beatrice Scott Batiste, 1995.

    • African Americans--Education--Texas; African Americans--Segregation; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Texas
    • San Antonio, Texas Born at the Negro Hospital in Houston in 1929 and reared in segregated Houston and New Orleans,”Trudy” Batiste became one of San Antonio’s most active and admired volunteers. She shares her life experiences as the daughter of a...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Corinne E. Sheffield, 1993.

    • Palestine (Tex.);African Americans--Texas;African Americans--Segregation;African Americans--Education--Texas;African Americans--Social conditions;Civil Rights.
    • "Palestine, Texas Born in Palestine, Texas, in 1906, Corinne (Lacey) Sheffield discusses attitudes and experiences during her lifetime, including segregation and effect of the civil rights movement."
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Ada C. Anderson, 11-17-1993.

    • African Americans--Education--Texas; African Americans--Segregation; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Texas
    • Travis County native Ada Anderson shares a wealth of memories from the Civil Rights struggles she led in Austin from the 1940s to the 1990s. As an African-American mother, she helped integrate Austin schools and Girl Scout programs. As a graduate...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Rosie B. Cary, 1988.

    • Palestine (Tex.).; Anderson County (Tex.).; Schools --Texas.; African Americans--Education--Texas.; African Americans--Texas.; African Americans--Social conditions.; African Americans--Segregation.; Folk medicine--Texas.
    • Educated in segregated schools in East Texas, Rosie B. Cary became a teacher whose skills and insights guided students for 44 years, all but four in all-Black schools. Her belief that any child can learn fueled her passion for instilling both...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • The other cowboys

    • Cowboys -- Texas -- 19th century -- History.; Cowboys -- Study and teaching -- Texas.; African American cowboys -- Texas.; Cowgirls -- Texas. Mexican American cowboys -- Texas.
    • Part of a series of curriculum guides created by the Institute of Texan Cultures: Educational Programs Department.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00234/utsa-00234.html
    • Interview with the Rev. Claude W. Black Jr., 03-15-1994.

    • San Antonio (Tex.); African Americans--Texas; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Segregation;
    • Mount Zion First Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas Heavily spiced with cogent philosophical observations, African-American community leader The Rev. Claude Black Jr. shares his recollections of the transition from a segregated San Antonio to a...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with the Rev. Claude W. Black Jr., 05-26-1994.

    • San Antonio (Tex.); African Americans--Texas; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Segregation;
    • Mount Zion First Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas Community and political leader the Rev. Claude Black Jr. examines the dynamics and changes he has observed in his half-century of prominence in San Antonio. As a City Councilman, Black was...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview wth the Rev. Claude W. Black Jr., 03-14-1994

    • Civil rights; African Americans--Texas; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Segregation; San Antonio (Tex.)
    • Mount Zion First Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas Heavily spiced with cogent philosophical observations, African-American community leader The Rev. Claude Black Jr. shares his recollections of the transition from a segregated San Antonio to a...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with David Williams, 1993.

    • Civil Rights;African Americans--Texas;African Americans--Segregation;African Americans--Education--Texas;Church and social problems--Texas
    • "Austin, Texas Dr. David Williams, born at McKinney, Texas in 1925, shares his personal knowledge of segregation, growing up in a Black community and his involvement with the civil rights movement in Texas."
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Lou Nelle Sutton, 1990.

    • San Antonio (Tex.)--Politics and government;Political participation--Texas--San Antonio (Tex.);Legislators--Texas;Young Women's Christian Association--San Antonio (Tex.);African Americans--Education--Texas;African Americans--Segregation;African...
    • Born at the beginning of the 20th century, Sutton discusses her experiences growing up in the Austin and San Antonio areas under segregation, her political involvement in San Antonio and election as the first woman of any color to serve in the...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Ella Mae and Timothy Smith, 1993.

    • Civil Rights;African Americans--Texas;African Americans--Segregation;Slavery--United States;African American soldiers;African Americans--Education--Texas.Palestine (Tex.)
    • "Palestine, Texas Born in Texas in the early 20th century, Ella Mae and Timothy Smith discuss family history and their experiences growing up, including education, politics, ecomony, and the Civil Rights movement in Texas."
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Ada C. Anderson, 11-10-1993.

    • Civil Rights; African Americans--Texas; Girl Scouts; African Americans--Education--Texas; Austin, Texas; Segregation; African Americans--Segregation.
    • Travis County native Ada Anderson shares a wealth of memories from the Civil Rights struggles she led in Austin from the 1940s to the 1990s. As an African-American mother, she helped integrate Austin schools and Girl Scout programs. As a graduate...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Four children standing in yard, Tivoli, Tex.

    • Children.
      African Americans.
      Whites.
      Outhouses - Tivoli (Tex.)
      Children's clothing.
    • Photograph shows four children, two African Americans and two Anglo Americans, standing on lawn. Anglo girl is wearing jumpsuit.
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    • Interview with Annie Terrell Dittmar and Norman M. Fink, 1989.

    • San Antonio (Tex.).; San Antonio (Tex.)-- Social life and customs.; Synagogues--San Antonio (Tex.).; Laurel Heights Church (San Antonio, Tex.).; African Americans--Texas.;African Americans--Segregation.
    • San Antonio, Texas Childhood friends Annie Terrell Dittmar and Norman M. Fink, both born in 1916 in the well-to-do development of Laurel Heights, encourage a flood of shared memories of prominent San Antonio families, homes, locales and customs....
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with George Winn, 2002.

    • Theaters--San Antonio (Tex.);African Americans--Social conditions;African Americans--Segregation
    • Born in 1932, George Winn discusses attending movies during segregation, including the Cameo theater on the eastside of San Antonio which was not segregated and the Majestic which had a separate elevator for Black patrons.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Charles Barksdale, 2002.

    • African Americans--Segregation; African Americans--Texas; San Antonio (Tex.)-- Social life and customs
    • San Antonio, Texas San Antonio photographer Charles Barksdale recalls his childhood which spanned the racial segregation of the 1950s to integration in the 1960s. His early memories include entering the “Black-Only” door to the balcony of the...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Josephine Bellinger, 1982.

    • African Americans--Texas; African Americans--Social conditions; San Antonio (Tex.).
    • 344 Belmont, San Antonio, Texas Prominent in San Antonio’s African-American political, cultural and business communities from the early 1930s, Josephine Bellinger and her husband, Valmo Bellinger, published the influential San Antonio Register...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Rebecca J. Buard, 1993.

    • Civil Rights; Marshall (Tex.); African Americans--Segregation; African Americans--Education--Texas; Education--Texas
    • Marshall, Texas Teacher Rebecca J. Buard spent her childhood in near-total segregation amid a tightly knit extended Black family near Caddo Lake in East Texas. She began her teaching career in an all-Black school during segregation and was among...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Workin' from can't to can't : African-American cowboys in Texas

    • African American cowboys -- Texas.; Cowboys -- Texas.; Texas -- History -- 1846-1950.; West (U.S.) -- History.
    • Part of a series of curriculum guides created by the Institute of Texan Cultures: Educational Programs Department.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00234/utsa-00234.html
    • Cover of Snap magazine, May 1957

    • Fisher, Lewis F; African Americans-- Texas-- San Antonio--History; African Americans-- Texas-- San Antonio-- Periodicals.
    • Snap magazine, May 24, 1957. Cover, Mayme Yvonne Bailey receives Delta Scholarship.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • San Antonio Register Supplement

    • Fisher, Lewis F; African Americans-- Texas-- San Antonio--History; African Americans-- Texas-- San Antonio-- Periodicals.
    • San Antonio Register Supplement. San Antonio, Texas, Friday, September 23, 1949.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Harry V. Burns, 11-16-1993.

    • Civil Rights; African Americans--Texas.; Seguin (Tex.); African Americans--Segregation; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
    • University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio., San Antonio, Texas From a pre-teen in the NAACP Youth Group in Seguin in the 1930s, to a San Antonio community leader in the 1990s, Harry V. Burns marched in and molded South Texas’...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Cover of Snap magazine, December 1958

    • Fisher, Lewis F; African Americans-- Texas-- San Antonio--History; African Americans-- Texas-- San Antonio-- Periodicals.
    • Snap magazine, December 26, 1958. Cover, New principle, at Dunbar, Samuel Burton.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Gene O. Collins, 1994

    • Civil rights; African Americans--Segregation; Odessa (Tex.); African Americans--Education--Texas; Schools--Texas
    • The uniqueness of the civil rights era in Texas’ Permian Basin is analyzed by Gene O. Collins, born in 1951 as part of Odessa’s five percent Black population. Collins blames the failure to fully desegregate Odessa schools until 1982 on oil-fueled...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Mrs. Charles Wilson, 09-27-1993

    • Civil Rights.; African Americans--Texas.; Marshall (Tex.).; African Americans--Education--Texas.; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.; Voting.
    • Austin, Texas and Marshall, Texas Mrs. Charles Wilson describes her personal experiences living in Texas and actively working in the civil rights movement. The second interview relates more specifically to her involvement with the NAACP.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Mrs. Charles Wilson, 12-08-1993.

    • Civil Rights.; African Americans--Texas.; Marshall (Tex.).; African Americans--Education--Texas.; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.; Voting.
    • Austin, Texas and Marshall, Texas Mrs. Charles Wilson describes her personal experiences living in Texas and actively working in the civil rights movement. The second interview relates more specifically to her involvement with the NAACP.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Roadrunner

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Internal faculty and staff newsletter of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Published weekly (except spring break); biweekly during summer sessions.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • Roadrunner

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Internal faculty and staff newsletter of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Published weekly (except spring break); biweekly during summer sessions.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • The Texican

    • University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio--Newsletters.
    • The Texican, staff newsletter of the Institute of Texan Cultures, 1984-1997.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00123/utsa-00123.html
    • Roadrunner

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Internal faculty and staff newsletter of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Published weekly (except spring break); biweekly during summer sessions.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • Interview with Rev. Claude Black, 04-11-2006

    • African Americans--Civil rights--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Interviews.; Mt. Zion Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.); San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.; Segregation--Texas--San...
    • Black was born in San Antonio on Nov. 28, 1916, the son of a Pullman porter and a housewife. After graduating from then-Douglass High School in 1933, he enrolled at St. Philip’s College. Black earned a bachelor’s degree in 1937 from Morehouse...
    • College of Liberal and Fine Arts Oral History Program Collection;
    • Interview with Norma Biayobzcki, November 2011

    • Mexican Americans--Music.
    • These oral histories were conducted by students in Introduction to Chicano(a) Studies (MAS 2013) course taught by Dr. Marie Miranda. The course is an introduction to the field of Chicano(a) studies from its inception to the present. Chicano(a)...
    • Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Dorothy Robinson, 1994

    • Civil rights movements--Texas, East.; Civil Rights.; Robinson, Frank James, 1902-1976.; African Americans--Texas.
    • African American educator, Dorothy Robinson discusses her personal philosophy, family history, career and civil rights work of her husband, Frank Robinson, particularly in Palestine, Texas, which she continued after his death.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Roadrunner

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Internal faculty and staff newsletter of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Published weekly (except spring break); biweekly during summer sessions.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • Colored Man is No Slacker

    • United States. Army - African Americans.; African Americans.; Soldiers - United States.; World War, 1914-1918.; Flags - United States.; Posters.
    • Photograph shows a World War I poster, ca. 1918, showing an African American man leaving for the war. Poster was published by Chas. Gustrine, Chicago, Illinois.
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    • True Sons of Freedom

    • United States. Army - African Americans.; African Americans.; Soldiers - United States.; World War, 1914-1918.; Flags - United States.; Posters.
    • Photograph shows a World War I poster showing African American soldiers charging a German line. Poster also shows airplanes flying above, an American flag, and Abraham Lincoln saying "Liberty and Freedom shall not perish.'' Also, "Colored Men the...
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    • The Dawn of Hope

    • United States. Army - African Americans.; African Americans.; Soldiers - United States.; Posters.; World War, 1914-1918.
    • Photograph shows a World War I poster with Abraham Lincoln on left, an African American soldier on right, and an old African American man and boy looking over a cotton field toward a rising sun. Poster was published by B. W. Brittain, 1918.
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    • San Antonio Register Supplement

    • Fisher, Lewis F.; African Americans--Texas-- San Antonio--History
    • San Antonio Register supplement
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Sid Shaenfield, 2002.

    • Theaters--San Antonio (Tex.);Majestic Theater (San Antonio, Tex.);African Americans--Segregation.
    • Sid Shaenfield discusses his personal history and knowledge of movie theaters in San Antonio, where he began as an usher before becoming a manager and includes the effects of desegregation in the 1950s and 1960s and the impact on attendance caused...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection

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