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    • 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
    • Interview with Jim Walker Moore, 1978.

    • Conjoined twins; Hilton, Daisy, 1908-1969; Hilton, Violet, 1908-1969; Freak shows
    • An interview with Jim Walker Moore about conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton, 1978.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History 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 O. Scott Petty, 1984

    • Geophysics--Research--Texas.; World War, 1914-1918--Technology.
    • Personal history of O. Scott Petty during World War I, in Texas, and his contributions to geophysical research.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Roy and Sue Kosaka, 1979

    • Kosaka, Roy.; Kosaka, Sue.;Japanese Americans--Texas.; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.;Discrimination.
    • San Antonio, Texas Roy and Sue Kosaka tell of family history and experience with discrimination and relocation during WW II.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Agnes VanderPoorten and Jeanne Persyn, 1987

    • Belgians Americans--Texas;Immigration and emigration;Belgian-American Club of Texas
    • Agnes VanderPoorten and Jeanne Persyn are interviewed during the Folklife Festival as representatives of the Belgian-American Club of Texas. The first Belgians came to Texas with LaSalle in 1685, but the greatest influx was in the late 1800s. ...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with William D. Samman, 1993

    • Lebanese Americans--Texas.; Food, Lebanese.;Churches--Texas.
    • San Antonio, Texas Samman, whose parents were from Tripoli, Lebanon, discusses family history, Lebanese community in Texas, and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Paul Forchheimer and Ernest Speck, 1988

    • Alpine (Tex.); Brewster County (Tex.); Sul Ross State University
    • Alpine, Texas The influence of Sul Ross State University, the McDonald Observatory, well-traveled ranchers and culture-hungry residents made Alpine and Fort Davis much more cosmopolitan than their small size would indicate, long-time residents...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Inge Whitaker, 1986

    • Covered wagon trips.; Austin (Tex.)--Social life and customs.
    • San Antonio, Texas Whitaker recounts the history of her family who moved to Texas during the 1830s, settling around Austin. Each summer her family took a covered wagon trip into the nearby hill country, camping, fishing and learning about the...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Gustav Pantzer, part 3

    • World War, 1939-1945--Germany--Personal narratives.;
    • Pantzer was born in a suburb of Berlin, Germany in 1911, but immigrated to New York in 1929. He first worked for International Telegraph and Telephone as a customer service representative and then opened a restaurant, Gus, in the IT&T...
    • Veteran's History Project
    • Interview with Ollie Marshall Adams, 1990.

    • Marshall (Tex.); Harrison County (Tex.)
    • Marshall, Texas Ollie Marshall Adams spent his working life as a machinist in the huge railroad shops in Marshall, beginning with his apprenticeship at age 17 in 1927. Adams recounts the economic and social impact the now-closed railroad complex...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • The Paisano

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • A digital archive of The Paisano, a student operated newspaper at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
    • UTSA Student Publications Collection
    • Interview with John Jessie Saldana Sr., 2005-08-17

    • Saldana, John Jesse.; United States Army--Infantry.; Canary Islanders.; Mexican Americans.; New Mexico.; United States--Post Office Department.; Postmasters.; San Antonio (Tex.).
    • John Jesse Saldana, Sr., 13th generation born in San Antonio of Irish, Canary Islander, Spanish and English heritage, tells of family history, his work with United States Postal Service before his 1942 enlistment in Army, combat experience as...
    • 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 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
    • Interview with James E. Willingham, 1983

    • Air pilots, Military.; Flight training.; Bankers--Texas.
    • Sabinal (Tex.). James E. Willingham recounts his personal history, including service during World War I when he joined the Aviation Section of the Signal Corps and trained as a pilot at Kelly Field in San Antonio.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Zintgraff, James 1991-09-17

    • Photographers.; Photography; Photography--Negatives; Rock paintings; San Antonio (Tex.)--History
    • San Antonio, Texas Jim Zintgraff's father started a still photography business in San Antonio in the early 1920's and worked as cameraman for the movie, Wings, that was filmed nearby in 1926. Zintgraff describes some of the many people and places...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Hattie Elam Briscoe, March 5, 1997

    • San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; African Americans--Interviews.; Women lawyers--Texas--Bexar County
    • Attorney and lifetime member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. The first African American to graduate from St. Mary's University Law School, San Antonio, TX (1956) and the first African American woman to practice law in Bexar County, TX. Topics: Wiley...
    • Archives for Research on Women and Gender Oral History Project
    • Interview with Ruth Camp Dikes, 1987

    • Somerset (Tex.).; Atascosa County (Tex.).
    • Somerset, Texas Ruth Camp Dikes shares a long lifetime of memories of living in Atascosa County. Born there in 1908, she was descended from a family that founded Somerset in the 1840s, having come from Somerset, Kentucky. The daughter of a meat...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Henry Fisher, 1989

    • Utopia (Tex.).; Uvalde County (Tex.).; Sabinal (Tex.).; Automobiles.; Telephone.
    • Sabinal Canyon, Utopia, Texas Born in the Sabinal Canyon in 1902, Henry Fisher shares his memories of the development of the area, including the first automobile, telephones and roads in the Uvalde and Bandera County areas. While a trip to San...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Patricia Solis, December 2012

    • 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 Matt Pantalion, 1988.

    • Nacogdoches (Tex.); Farm life--Texas
    • Matt Pantalion, his wife and son, Bobby, relate stories of their Spanish immigrant family, farm life and culture in Nacogdoches during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Maudine "Pat" Thatcher, 1984.

    • Tour guides (Persons); Volunteer workers in museums; University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio
    • History of the guides at the Institute of Texan Cultures museum from Hemisfair through 1984.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures 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
    • 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
    • WomanSpace, September 1993

    • Lesbians--Texas--San Antonio.; Women artists.; Women--Social networks--Texas--San Antonio.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Women's periodicals.
    • First published as the Women's Community Journal in February 1986, WomanSpace was the longest continuously published women's community newsletter in San Antonio.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42
    • Interview with Gustav Pantzer, part 4

    • World War, 1939-1945--Germany--Personal narratives.;
    • Pantzer was born in a suburb of Berlin, Germany in 1911, but immigrated to New York in 1929. He first worked for International Telegraph and Telephone as a customer service representative and then opened a restaurant, Gus, in the IT&T...
    • Veteran's History Project
    • The Calendar, July 6-19, 1984

    • Calendar (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Calendar was a San Antonio GLBTQ publication, which was published every other Friday. Vol. 5 No. 13
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • Interview with Mabel Noble, 1981

    • Frontier and pioneer life.; Covered wagon trips.; Davy Crockett Survey (Hood County, Tex.).
    • Stories of the Crook and Noble families who travelled to Texas by covered wagon, settling in Hood County on property that had been given to Davy Crockett's widow. Also included is a separate interview on the same subject done November 18, 1977...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Paul Patterson, Ace Reid, and Cliff Teinhert, 1984

    • Luckenbach (Tex).; Cowboys--Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc.; Tales--Texas.; Texas Folklife Festival.
    • Tall tales and stories about cowboys and cattle drives told during a public performance at the Texas Folklife Festival.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Stella Polk, 1992

    • Educators--Texas.; Authors--Texas.; Teachers--Correspondence, reminiscences, etc.; Mason County (Tex.).
    • Sister of Old Yeller author, Frank Gipson and life-long resident of Mason County, Stella Polk began teaching at age 16 in a small rural school circa 1917. She relates her personal history, experiences teaching in one-room schools, and memories of...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Albert Rienstra, 1986

    • Nederland (Tex.).; Beaumont (Tex.).; Dutch--Texas.; Dairy Farming.; Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Texas.
    • The son of Dutch immigrants, Rienstra discusses family history, the settling and history of Nederland, Texas in the early 20th century, including the oil business, his family's dairy farming and the Ku Klux Klan which was active in the Beaumont...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • WomanSpace, May 1996

    • Lesbians--Texas--San Antonio.; Women artists.; Women--Social networks--Texas--San Antonio.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Women's periodicals.
    • First published as the Women's Community Journal in February 1986, WomanSpace was the longest continuously published women's community newsletter in San Antonio.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42

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