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    • Gay Pride Picnics, 1993

    • Gay community--Texas--San Antonio. Gay rights--Texas--San Antonio. Gays--Legal status, laws, etc.--United States. Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions. Gays--Texas--Societies and clubs. Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Policial activity....
    • Gay Pride Picnics, 1993
    • San Antonio Lesbian Gay Assembly (SALGA)
    • Branch-Kilpatrick, 1847-1935 and undated

    • Family--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Social life and customs--20th century.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs--History.
    • Genealogy materials compiled by family members
    • Brown and Lane Family Papers
    • Interview with Steve Swenson, 2000

    • Ranch life--Texas.; Stamford (Tex.).; Swenson, Swede.; Swenson, Bill.; Swenson, Swante Magnus.; Swedish Americans.; Swenson Land and Cattle Company.; Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association.
    • Developed from property purchased in 1838 by Swante Magnus Swenson, his grandfather and the first Swedish settler in Texas, Swenson describes the history and ranching operations of the Swenson Land and Cattle Company.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Pope allied lines books 1 and 2, 1939-1999 and undated

    • Family--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Social life and customs--20th century.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs--History.
    • Genealogy materials compiled by family members
    • Brown and Lane Family Papers
    • Interview with Mary Parchman, 1980.

    • Jazz musicians; Women musicians; African American musicians; Pianists
    • Biography and experiences of classically-trained jazz musician, Mary Parchman.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Jiroo Tanamachi, 1979

    • Japanese Americans--Texas.; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.; Discrimination.
    • Jiroo Tanamachi tells of discrimination and restrictions for Japanese in California, resulting in family moving to Texas in the early 1900s for opportunity to buy land and begin farming. Includes discussion of discrimination and relocation of...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Cliff and Ruth Gillette, 1980.

    • Saxophonists; singers; pianists; Jazz musicians; Dance orchestras
    • Jazz musician Cliff Gillette and his wife, former big band singer Ruth, remember the heyday of their musical lives when they crossed the country in the 1930s and 1940s performing with some of the most noted musicians of the era.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Pope-letters to Elise Lane Brown, 1915-1952 and undated

    • Family--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Social life and customs--20th century.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs--History.
    • Genealogy materials compiled by family members
    • Brown and Lane Family Papers
    • Frank L. Chapa newsclippings, 1960s-1980s

    • Business--Texas--San Antonio.; Family--Texas--San Antonio.; Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Texas--San Antonio.; Mexican Americans--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--History.; San Antonio...
    • Frank L. Chapa newsclippings
    • Francisco A. Chapa Family Papers
    • Snap, July 14, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Elizabeth S. Robinson, 2010

    • United Service Organizations (U.S.).; USO-Camp Shows, Inc.; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives.; Dancing.
    • Personal history of Betsy (Berkley) Robinson who left Seguin, Texas for New York City during the Depression. She trained and worked as a dancer and entertainer before joining the USO and working in the camp shows during World War II.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Lt. Col. James B. Sweeney, USAF, ret., 1984

    • World War, 1939-1945--Journalists.; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American.
    • A retired combat reporter who served during World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam, Sweeney describes the environment in which men serve during war and the shock of combat.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Jesse Alvarez, October 14, 2011

    • Mexican Americans--San Antonio (Tex.)
    • These oral histories were conducted in the Fall 2011 semester of the 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...
    • Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection
    • Interview With Gilbert Rodriguez, 1998

    • Mexican Americans --Texas --Music.; Musicians--Texas.; Tejano music.; Music--Mexican-American Border Region.
    • Co-founder of Gilberto Rodriguez and the Blue Notes, with his cousin, Gregorio Pedroza, they discuss history of their family, Tejano music, and the band.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Snap, November 29, 1963

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Snap, April 6, 1962

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Humana Festival of New American Plays, Atlanta, 2001

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Humana Festival of New American Plays, Atlanta, 2001
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Interview with Mauro Leija, April 18, 2009

    • Mexican Americans--Music.
    • These oral histories were conducted in the Spring 2009 semester of the Mexican American Culture (BBL 3023) course taught by Dr. Marie Miranda. The course is a survey of Mexican American cultural distinctiveness in the areas of biculturalism,...
    • Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Eliseo Torres, 1990.

    • Medicine, Primitive; Folk medicine; Herbs--therapeutic use; Curanderos; Rattlesnakes; Snakes; Jaramillo, Pedro, 1829-1907; Niño Fidencio, 1898-1938
    • Author of multiple books on Mexican folk healing using herbs and rituals, Torres discusses plants, animals, and techniques as well as famous curanderos.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Jump-Start production, ""Memory's Caretaker,"" by Paul Bonin-Rodriguez,...

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Jump-Start Performance Company is a non-profit, theater company dedicated to the exploration of alternative viewpoints in performance.
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Interview with Tom Tanamachi and Mitsuye Tanamachi, 1979

    • Tonamachi, Tom.; Tonamachi, Mitsuye.; Japanese Americans--Texas.; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.; Farming.; Rio Grande Valley.
    • San Benito, TX Tom Tonamachi and his wife Mitsuye, describe experiences with relocation and internment camp for their families who were living in California during WWII and their move to Texas for an opportunity farming in the Rio Grande Valley.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Tony Rozance, 1980

    • Jazz musicians.; Musicians--Texas.; Accordionists.
    • Rozance describes his memories and professional experience playing with other jazz musicians.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Hal Flanders, 1990.

    • Chihuahua Desert, Big Bend Region (Tex.); Wildlife management--Texas; Geology--Texas
    • "Prude Ranch,Texas Armed with a deep respect and understanding of the Chihuahua Desert of Mexico and West Texas, Hal Flanders discusses its beauty and rugged natural diversity."
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • E-mail, 2006

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • E-mail, 2006
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Assorted research materials, 1926, 1956, 1993-2004

    • African American authors--Texas--San Antonio.; American drama--African American authors.; Gays and the performing arts.; Gays--Texas--San Antonio.; Theater--Texas--San Antonio.
    • Assorted research materials, 1926, 1956, 1993-2004
    • Sterling Houston Papers
    • Interview with R.C. Tate, 1979

    • Tate, R.C.; Japanese Americans--Texas.; Schools.; School superintendents.; Internment Camp (Crystal City, Tex.).; Crystal City (Tex.).
    • Crystal City, TX Superintendent of the Internment Camp School in Crystal City, Texas, R. C. Tate describes life in the camp for nearly 3600 people, explains difference between an internment camp and a relocation center, and difficulties...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Patricia Rucker, 1998

    • British Americans--Texas.; War brides.; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives.
    • Married in her native England to an American civilian during World War II, Rucker discusses her personal experiences coming to the United States, their early marriage, and settling in Texas.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Henry A. Guerra, 1984.

    • Guerra, Elvira Pizzi; Grocery trade--Texas--San Antonio (Tex.); Missions--San Antonio (Tex.); Produce Row, San Antonio (Tex.); Radio Stations; Television stations; HemisFair (1968 : San Antonio, Tex.)
    • An interview with Henry A. Guerra Jr., 07-25-1984.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Stella Teltschik Taylor, 1988

    • Weimar (Tex.).; Oakland (Tex.).; Colorado County (Tex.).; Orphan Train.; German Americans--Texas.
    • Weimar, Texas Arriving by train from New York City when she was a year and a half old, Taylor and a 3-year old boy were adopted by the Teltschik family in 1906. She discusses the New York Foundling Hospital where she was placed, the orphan trains,...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Bob Rutledge, 1980

    • Jazz.; Musicians--Texas.; African American musicians.
    • Rutledge recalls his professional jazz career and work with other musicians as well as his business philosophy and concerns for the future of jazz.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Carlos Saldana, 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 Griselda Chapa Mendoza, 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
    • Snap, July 21, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with Emma Tenayuca, 1987.

    • Trade--unions.; Women in trade--unions.; Pecan shellers--Texas.; Communists in Texas.; Labor and laboring classes--Texas.
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    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Emilio Torres, 2008

    • San Antonio (Tex.).; Mexican Americans.; Kelly Air Force Base (Tex.).; Air pilots.;
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    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Snap, December 13, 1963

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • Interview with George Thomson and Louise (Thomson) Whalin, 1997.

    • Stonemasons--Texas.; Thomson, David.; Texas Capital and capitol.; Texas State Capitol (Austin, Tex.).
    • During the late 19th century, Thomson's grandfather emigrated from Scotland and worked on construction of the Texas State Capitol as a stonecutter.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Sandra Moreno Morales, April 29, 2009

    • Mexican Americans--Music.
    • These oral histories were conducted in the Spring 2009 semester of the Mexican American Culture (BBL 3023) course taught by Dr. Marie Miranda. The course is a survey of Mexican American cultural distinctiveness in the areas of biculturalism,...
    • Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection
    • Interview with John L. Davis, 07-25-2008.

    • University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio; Exhibitions and museums; Shuffler, R. Henderson (Ralph Henderson), 1908--1975; Ransom, Harry Huntt, 1908-1976; Baker, Oscar Terrell, 1910-2006.
    • Davis shares his knowledge of the development of the Institute of Texan Cultures as a public museum, particularly the Folklife Festival, and relates background on the people and events involved in this process.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection

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