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Collection Summary

Corporate History of The Villager Newspaper

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1: Identified Photographs

Series 2: Unidentified Photographs

Series 3: Halftone Images

Series 4: Exhibit Panels

Series 5: Negatives

Series 6: 2014 Addition

Index

Austin History Center

The Villager Newspaper Photograph Collection

An Inventory of the Collection



Collection Summary

Creator: Black Registry Publishing Company
Title: The Villager Newspaper Photograph Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1973-2013
Bulk Dates: 1973-1979
Abstract: The Villager Newspaper was started in 1973 by Tommy L. Wyatt and continues to publish weekly. The free newspaper has a circulation of 6,000, and is distributed mostly in East Austin but also at select venues throughout the city. The focus of the newspaper is the African American community in Austin, Texas, especially those individuals and businesses in East Austin.
Call Number: AR.2001.002
Quantity: 6 linear ft., 14 boxes, 4,764 photographs; 214 halftones; 113 negatives; 120 digital photographs.
Location: Archives Stacks; Outer Vault; N: drive.
Repository: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library 810 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas 78701.

Corporate History of The Villager Newspaper

According to the article by Kharen Monsho in the Handbook of Texas Online, “The Villager, an umbrella publication of the Black Registry Publishing Company, was first published in Austin as a four-page tabloid. Black Registry Publishing was founded by T. L. Wyatt in 1969 for the purpose of publishing the Black Registry, a directory of black-owned businesses. The Villager started in 1973 as a one-man operation with Wyatt writing all the stories, selling and collecting advertising, and shooting and developing photographs. In-depth stories about crime in the community seldom appeared in the Villager because Wyatt felt that that kind of news was covered adequately and sometimes overemphasized by the mainstream media. He chose instead to focus on the history of the community and the good news that was often overlooked by the Austin American-Statesman and Austin’s broadcast media. The paper became involved in community issues, especially area neighborhood revitalization. It led the effort to allow clinic-card holders the right to purchase prescriptions from neighborhood pharmacies. Before the change eligible persons had to purchase all medications from city-selected pharmacies. As the Villager’s influence grew, politicians began to lobby for the paper’s endorsement. East Austin was thriving economically in the early years of the paper, but as integration gradually became reality, black businesses went through a transition period. Some businesses failed and others moved out of east Austin to take advantage of the changing demographics of the city. During this time, more white-owned businesses, national corporations, and city agencies began to advertise in the Villager. Each year since its inception, a celebration has been held honoring the anniversary of the paper. The Villager began as and remains a free paper supported by advertising sales. It was originally distributed in 125 locations in neighborhood businesses, supermarkets, dining establishments, newsstands. The newspaper operated under a controlled circulation of 5,000 copies distributed weekly on Thursday and dated Friday. For the first ten years of publication 5,000 copies of the paper were distributed; circulation later increased to 6,000.”

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Scope and Contents of the Records

4,594 black-and-white and color photographs, 206 halftone illustrations, and 101 color and black and white negatives taken and received by the Villager newspaper for publication and dating from the 1970s to the early 2000s comprise the original donations. 392 black-and-white and color photographs, 8 halftones, 12 negatives, and 120 digital images dating from circa 2000-2010 comprise the 2014 addition. The photographs document the people, events, businesses and organizations in the African American community in Austin and Texas during the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Of particular interest are the large number of photographs that feature individuals active in the social, business, religious and political life of the African American community in Austin, especially East Austin, and Texas. Many African-American business owners, community leaders, and activists are represented as well as many black and Hispanic politicians. Several Juneteenth celebrations are documented as well as Martin Luther King related events. Famous visitors to Austin, such as Bill and Hillary Clinton and Jesse Jackson, are also included in the collection. An index at the end of this finding aid lists the places, individuals, businesses, events, and organizations which are documented in the collection.

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Organization of the Records

The collection is arranged in six series. Series I is comprised of identified photographs. Since no original order existed for this group of photographs, an alphabetical arrangement scheme has been imposed. Streets and locations are followed by people, businesses, events, and organizations. Photographs are identified and filed according to a single access point determined by the collection processors. If a group photo can be identified by event or organization name, then that event or organization is the access point. If no event or organization can be pinpointed in group photos, one individual pictured is chosen as the access point, and the photo filed according to that individual’s name. Following the alphabetical arrangement of identified photos is Series II, a large number of unidentified photographs loosely organized into groups of locations, arts (including musicians), education, organizations, politics, religion, and several folders of people. The unidentified photographs need to be handled with gloves since they are not sleeved. Halftones (photomechanical prints) were separated from the photographs and arranged alphabetically in Series III. Nine table-top exhibit panels with a total of 222 photographs comprise Series IV. Each exhibit panel is on a different theme. Some photographs were removed or fell off the panels prior to accessioning. All images on the panels have captions. Series V consists of negatives.
Photographs donated from 2010-2013 are listed at the end in Series VI. Within this series, the materials follow the same arrangement as above beginning with identified photographs organized by location then person, event, or organization. These are followed by unidentified photographs and halftones. A disk of images of the 2006 Juneteenth celebration is housed with the photographs; the files are also saved to the N: drive. Negatives from this donation were included in Series V.
An index at the end of the finding aid identifies all locations where an image of a person can be found, including halftone files, exhibit panels, negatives, and the 2014 addition. If a person is identified in a photograph filed under another person's name or under an event, a "see also" cross-reference is listed.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Gloves must be worn when handling the unidentified photos since they are not sleeved.

Restrictions on Use

Some photos labeled: “Restriction #3 This photograph may not be photoduplicated without the written permission of the photographer/artist/maker.”

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Index Terms

Persons:
Barrientos, Gonzalo.
Bullock, Bob.
Delco, Wilhelmina R. (Wilhelmina Ruth), 1929- .
Dukes, Dawnna.
Doggett, Lloyd.
Durst, Lavada, 1913- .
Edwards, Al, 1937- .
Evans, Akwasi.
Garcia, Gus.
Krueger, Robert, 1935- .
Linder, Nelson
McClellan, Carole Keeton.
Taylor-King, John Q.
Wyatt, Tommy.
Organizations:
National Urban League.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
National Newspaper Publishers Association (U.S.).
Subjects:
Juneteenth.
Places:
Anderson High School (Austin, Tex.).
George Washington Carver Branch Library (Austin, Tex.).
George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center (Austin, Tex.).
Huston-Tillotson College.
Document Types:
Black-and-white negatives.
Black-and-white photographs.
Color negatives.
Color photographs.
Digital images.
Photomechanical prints.

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Related Material

Periodicals: Villager Newspaper, 1973-present.

Austin Files - Newspapers - Villager N2400.

Austin Files - African-Americans A1300.

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Separated Material

Two documents were separated and placed in clipping files. One item is a letter from Dawnna Dukes that is placed in AF-Biography – Dukes, Dawnna. Marian E. Barnes’ resume has been placed in AF-Biography – Barnes, Marian E.

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Administrative Information

Custodial History:

Tommy L. Wyatt made an initial donation of photographs, halftones and documents in January 2001. He followed with additional donations in March 2001, August 2002, and August 2003. Additional donations were made from 2010-2013, and were processed in 2014.

Preferred Citation:

The Villager Newspaper Photograph Collection (AR.2001.002): Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, Texas.

Acquisition Information:

Donor #: DO/2001/052 Donation Date: 2001-01-31; 2001-03-22; 2002-08-30; 2003-08-22; 2010-2013.

Processing Information:

Preliminary Processing by Vicki Harris, Summer 2003.

Final Processing and Finding Aid By/Date: Grace McEvoy, Karen Riles, Margaret Schlankey, and Lisa Cox-Black/June 2004.

2014 Addition and revisions by Nicole Davis/June 2014.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Series 1: Identified Photographs

box folder
1 1 Streets/Locations
(33 items).
2 ABC-Alexander
(25 items).
3 Allen-Andre
(26 items).
4 Angelou-Ates
(19 items).
5 Atkins-Austin Revitalization
(32 items).
6 Austin Tomorrow-Aziz
(9 items).
7 B&D-Barrientos
(30 items).
8 Barrow-Bennett's
(27 items).
9 Benson-Bishop
(22 items).
10 Black-Bond
(35 items).
11 Booker-Brolin
(27 items).
12 Brooks-Bullock
(27 items).
13 Bundy-Byrd
(21 items).
box folder
2 1 C.-Capitol
(24 items).
2 Caprice-Carter
(25 items).
3 Casino-Christopher
(26 items).
4 Cinco-Coleman
(40 items).
5 Coles-Connor
(24 items).
6 Condradt-Curry
(22 items).
7 Dabney-Debo
(35 items).
8 Dee-Delco
(34 items).
9 DeLeon-Dixon
(19 items).
10 Dobie-Doris
(28 items).
11 Dorsey-Dryden
(24 items).
12 Dukes
(26 items).
13 Duncant-Durst
(7 items).
box folder
3 1 Eaglin-Ebenezer
(22 items).
2 Ebony-Elder
(23 items).
3 Ellis-Esther
(25 items).
4 Etheridge-Exxon
(13 items).
5 Farmer-Foreman
(29 items).
6 Forgione-Frasier
(26 items).
7 Freeman-Fuller
(22 items).
8 Gabriel-Gary
(29 items).
9 Garza-Godfather's
(32 items).
10 Godine-Gray
(30 items).
11 Greater-Guyton
(32 items).
box folder
4 1 Hackerman-Harper
(25 items).
2 Harriman-Hayes
(26 items).
3 Haywood-Hilgus
(25 items).
4 Hill-Horton
(28 items).
5 Hospital-Hurdle
(22 items).
6 Huston-Tillotson College
(38 items).
7 Hutchinson-Ivory
(8 items).
8 Jack-Jet
(27 items).
9 Jewels-Johnston
(25 items).
10 Jolley-Jones
(26 items).
11 Jordan-Juuneteenth
(24 items).
box folder
5 1 Kappa-Kindred
(21 items).
2 King-Kocurek
(28 items).
3 Krueger-Kwanzaa
(27 items).
4 La Fontana-Lands
(26 items).
5 Lane-Lessard
(32 items).
6 Let's-Lioness
(56 items).
7 Lions Club
(31 items).
8 Lisa-Lyons
(13 items).
9 Mabson-Martin
(25 items).
10 Martin-Matthew
(30 items).
11 Mauro-McDaniels
(28 items).
box folder
6 1 McDonald-McMillan
(25 items).
2 McNeece-Miles
(25 items).
3 Millenium-Mitchell
(30 items).
4 Mobile-Murray
(34 items).
5 Nader-National
(32 items).
6 Neal-Nugent
(25 items).
7 Oak-Owens
(25 items).
8 Pabst-Perez
(25 items).
9 Perkins-Piper
(27 items).
10 Pitts-Priestly
(17 items).
11 Pro Arts Collective
(23 items).
box folder
7 1 Progressive-Pryor
(34 items).
2 Quality-Quincy
(6 items).
3 Ramirez-Revolution
(23 items).
4 Reynolds-Roberts
(27 items).
5 Robertson-Rosewood
(30 items).
6 Ross-Rylander
(8 items).
7 Saint-SBC
(30 items).
8 Scales-Senior
(24 items).
9 Shalala-Shorty
(20 items).
10 Sibley-Smith
(33 items).
11 Snead-Sorrells
(29 items).
12 Soul-Sports
(27 items).
box folder
8 1 State-Symphony
(28 items).
2 Talking-Taylor
(27 items).
3 Teeters-Texas
(21 items).
4 Thomas-Thompson
(24 items).
5 Todd-Tucker
(26 items).
6 Turner-Twin
(11 items).
7 U.S.-University
(36 items).
8 Unsung-Urdy
(23 items).
9 Valdez-Vision
(21 items).
10 Wade-Watson
(36 items).
11 Watts-Wig
(23 items).
box folder
9 1 Wilburn-Williams
(33 items).
2 Willie's-Wright
(18 items).
3 Wyatt
(39 items).
4 Yellow-Zion
(26 items).

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Series 2: Unidentified Photographs

box folder
9 5 Unidentified - Arts.
(78 items).
6 Unidentified - Businesses/Locations.
(circa 100 items).
7 Unidentified - Education.
(circa 100 items).
8 Unidentified - Organizations.
(39 items).
box folder
10 1 Unidentified - Politics.
(39 items).
2 Unidentified - Religion.
(27 items).
3 Unidentified - People.
(64 items).
4 Unidentified - People.
(67 items).
5 Unidentified - People.
(68 items).
6 Unidentified - People.
(72 items).
7 Unidentified - People.
(94 items).
8 Unidentified - People.
(113 items).
9 Unidentified - People.
(67 items).
box folder
11 1 Unidentified - People.
(75 items).
2 Unidentified - People.
(84 items).
3 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(81 items).
4 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(100 items).
Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(92 items).
6 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(90 items).
7 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(118 items).
box folder
12 1 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(92 items).
2 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(63 items).
3 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(81 items).
4 Unidentified - People, 1970s.
(93 items).

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Series 3: Halftone Images

box folder
13 1 Alexander-Austin
(13 items).
2 Bailey-Burke
(20 items).
3 Cain-Cross
(17 items).
4 Daughters-Dorsey
(8 items).
5 Eaglin-Friedman
(9 items).
6 Galindo-Huston
(19 items).
7 Jackson-KVUE-TV
(20 items).
8 Lang-Lucas
(10 items).
9 Madison-Nesby
(23 items).
10 Obey-Protests
(14 items).
11 Quiet-Sutton
(29 items).
12 Texas-Victory
(16 items).
13 Wade-Zeta
(19 items).

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Series 4: Exhibit Panels

Location Location
qAR FF 04/11/001 "Villager Life"
(20 items).
FF 04/11/002 "Community Life"
(28 items).
FF 04/11/003 Untitled [athletics]
(16 items).
FF 04/12/001 "Education"
(23 items).
FF 04/12/002 "People"
(25 items).
FF 04/12/003 "Police - Protest"
(21 items).
FF 04/12/004 "Politics"
(36 items).
FF 04/13/001 "Business"
(27 items).
FF 04/13/002 "Entertainment"
(26 items).

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Series 5: Negatives

Location Location
Outer Vault Color negatives drawer Negatives (original donation)
(101 items).
Black-and-white negatives drawer Negatives (2014 addition)
(12 items).

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Series 6: 2014 Addition

box folder
14 1 Streets/Locations
(1 item).
2 Akins-Austin
(14 items).
3 Barnes-Byrd
(29 items).
4 Campbell-Cumberbatch
(18 items).
5 Davis-Duncan
(27 items).
6 Ebenezer-Evans
(15 items).
7 Franklin-Griffin
(16 items).
8 Handy-Ivory
(20 items).
9 Johnson-Juneteenth
(62 items and 120 digital files).
10 Kealing-Kwanzaa
(8 items).
11 Lands-Little
(20 items).
12 Mann-Monsho
(42 items).
13 National-Spence
(21 items).
14 Taylor-Turner
(31 items).
15 Urban-Urdy
(13 items).
16 Victory-Villager
(20 items).
17 Wainright-Young
(22 items).
18 Unidentified
(13 items).
19 Halftones
(8 items).

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 Index of Subjects 

Following the subject the location is given in the form of [boxnumber]/[foldernumber].

  • Streets/Locations:
  • 5th Street - 1/1
  • 5th Street East 410 - see Anson Jones Building, 1/4
  • 6th Street East 316 - see St. Charles House, 7/7
  • 6th Street East 1620 - see Ross Transmission, 7/6
  • 7th Street West 114 (Norwood Tower) - 1/1
  • 10th Street East 107 (Wooten Building) - 1/1
  • 11th street East - 1/1
  • 11th Street East 1009 - 1/1
  • 11th Street East 1101 (Haehnel Building) - 1/1
  • 11th Street East 1207 - see Shamrock Lounge, 7/9
  • 12th Street East 1028 - 1/1
  • 12th Street East 1104 - see Mann, Minnie, 14/12
  • 12th Street East 1300 - see King Tears Mortuary, 5/2
  • 12th Street East 1400 block - 1/1
  • 12th Street East 1425 - 1/1
  • 38th Street - 1/1
  • 38 1/2 Street East 1220 - see La Fontana Apartments, 5/4
  • Airport Boulevard 1180 - 14/1
  • Airport Boulevard and Bolm Road - 1/1
  • Anderson Lane East 2104 - 1/1
  • Angelina Street - 1/1
  • Brazos Street 411 (Brazos Lofts, Capitol Chevrolet Complex) - 1/1
  • Brazos Street 604 - see Driskill Hotel, 2/11
  • Colorado Street 708 (Brown Building) - 1/1
  • Congress Avenue 701 - see Stephen F. Austin Hotel, 8/1
  • Congress Avenue 708 - 1/1
  • Congress Avenue 807 (Steiner Building) - 1/1
  • Highway 71 East - 1/1
  • IH-35 South - 1/1
  • Martin Luther King Blvd - 1/1
  • Montopolis Drive 601 - see Ben's Long Branch Barbecue, 1/8
  • Pleasant Valley Road - 1/1
  • Rosewood bridge - 1/1
  • Rosewood Avenue 1209 - see Planned Parenthood, 13/10
  • Rosewood Avenue 1210 - 1/1
  • San Bernard Street 1171 - see Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 9/4
  • Walter Street 904 - 1/1
  • Webberville Road East - 1/1
  • Webberville Road 2504 - see Duran's Grocery Store, 2/13
  • People, Businesses, Events, and Organizations:
  • ABC House of Music - 1/2
  • Abernathy, Reverend - 1/2; see also Lands, Sterling, reverend, 5/4
  • Academy of Austin - 1/2
  • Adams, Hazel - 1/2; see also Senior Activity Center, 13/11
  • Adams, Mike - 1/2
  • Adams, John, reverend - 1/2
  • Adams, Yolanda - see Texas Conference for Women, 14/14
  • Advanced Micro Devices - 1/2
  • Advantage Preparatory School - 1/2
  • African Art Exhibit, Carver Library - see Library, Austin Public - Carver Branch
  • Agraz, Lidia - see City Council, 2/4
  • Akins, Charles - 1/2, 14/2; see also Huston-Tillotson College, 13/6; Lands, Sterling, reverend, 14/11; Lions Club, 13/8
  • Akins, Chris - 1/2
  • Akins, Elmer - 1/2; see also "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Akins, Stella - 14/2
  • Al Edwards Emancipator Award and Un-sung Hero Award - 1/2; see also Unsung Heroes, 8/8
  • Alamo Playground - see Parks and Recreation Department
  • Aleshire, Bill - 1/2
  • Alexander, Hoover - 1/2
  • Alexander, Robbie - 1/2
  • Alexander, Samuel "Chuffie" - 13/1
  • Alexander, Tommie - 1/2
  • Allen, Bertram - 1/3; see also "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Allen, Deborah - 13/1
  • Allen, E. A., doctor - 1/3
  • Allen, Janice B. - see Thompson, Irene, 8/4
  • Allen, Richard, bishop - 1/3
  • Allisons, The - 13/1
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority - 1/3; see also Hawkins, Jacquelyn, 4/2
  • Alsander, Danielle - see Spears, Shebah, 14/13
  • Alta, Karma - 1/3
  • Alvarez, Raul - 1/3; 13/1; see also City Council, 2/4; Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10; Turner, Dorothy, 8/6
  • Alvin C. Patterson Battle of the Bands - see Juneteenth, 14/9
  • Amanda's Dozen Kitchen - 13/1
  • American Automobile Association - 13/1
  • AmeriCorps (U.S.) - 1/3
  • Anderson and Wormely Real Estate and Insurance - 1/3
  • Anderson Community Development Corp. - 1/3
  • Anderson High School (Austin, Tex.) - 1/3, 13/1; see also "Education" FF 04/12/001
  • Anderson Hill Neighborhood - 1/3
  • Anderson, Ada - 1/3; see also Community College, 2/5; Lessard, Herman, 5/5
  • Anderson, Andy - 1/3
  • Anderson, Angela - 13/1
  • Anderson, Christina - 1/3
  • Anderson, Evelyn Martin - 1/3, 14/2
  • Anderson, Kathleen "K.C." - 1/3
  • Anderson, Leon - 1/3, 14/2; see also Blackey, Rick, 14/3; Victory Grill, 8/9
  • Anderson, Lynda K. - 1/3
  • Anderson, Sean - see Texas Department of Agriculture, 8/3
  • Anderson, Susan - 13/1
  • Anderson, Wendell - see Bradley, Thomas, 1/11
  • Andre's Lounge - 1/3
  • Angelou, Maya - 1/4
  • Anguiano, Gilbert - 1/4
  • Ann's Lounge - 1/4
  • Anson Jones Building - 1/4
  • Applied Materials - Field Trip - 1/4
  • Aqua Fest - 1/4
  • Aquarius Club - 1/4
  • Archer, Jeffrey (Ms.) - 1/4
  • Archie Bell & the Drells - 1/4
  • Arnald, Alvin - 1/4
  • Arnold, Darrell - 1/4
  • Arnold, Joyce - 1/4
  • Arnold, Judy - 14/19
  • Arnold's Nursing Home - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Ashford, Jesse - 1/4
  • Ashford, Mary - see Huston-Tillotson College, 4/6
  • Askey, Gilbert - 13/1
  • Ates, Thomas - 1/4
  • Atkins, Earnest R. Jr. - 1/5
  • Atlanta Life Insurance - 1/5; see also "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Augustine, Justin T., III - 1/5
  • AusPREP - 1/5
  • Austin Academy - 1/5
  • Austin Area Urban League - see National Urban League
  • Austin Beautician Guild - see "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Austin Black Lawyers Association - 1/5
  • Austin Cable Vision - see City Council, 2/4
  • Austin Children's Museum - 1/5
  • Austin Circle of Theaters - 1/5
  • Austin City Council - see City Council
  • Austin Community College (Austin, Tex.) - see Community College
  • Austin Community Wide Organization for Higher Education - 13/1
  • Austin Fire Department - see Fire Department
  • Austin Free-Net - 1/5
  • Austin Independent School District - 1/5, 13/1, 14/2
  • Austin Jazz Festival - see Jazz Festival
  • Austin Learning Academy - 14/2
  • Austin Lyric Opera - 1/5
  • Austin Minority Health Network - 1/5
  • Austin Police Department - see Police Department
  • Austin Public Library - see Library, Austin Public
  • Austin Revitalization Authority - 1/5
  • Austin Symphony - see Symphony Orchestra, Austin
  • Austin Tomorrow - 1/6
  • Austin, Bobby W. - 1/6
  • Austin, Orvis E. - 13/1
  • Austin, Samuel - 1/6
  • Austin/Travis County Community Health Center - 1/6
  • Austin's E-Team - 1/6
  • Automobile accident - 1/6
  • Aweusi, Alli - see Austin Circle of Theaters, 1/5
  • Ayers, Roy - 1/6
  • Aziz, Samimah - 1/6
  • B & D Liquors - 1/7
  • Bail Bonds - 1/7
  • Bailey, Ellen - 1/7
  • Bailey, Renette - 13/2
  • Baker, Curtis - 1/7
  • Baker, James - 1/7
  • Baker's Show Store - 1/7
  • Baldwin, Chester - 1/7
  • Ballard, Charles A. - 1/7
  • Ballard, Ginny - 13/2
  • Ballet East Dance Theatre - 1/7
  • Banks, Cecile - see Scott, Mary E., 7/8
  • Banks, Dorothy Charles - 1/7
  • Banks, Martin - 1/7
  • Banks, Selena - 1/7
  • Barlow, Raymond - 1/7
  • Barnes, Marian E. - 1/7, 14/3; see also Martin, Rosalee, 5/10
  • Barnett, Camille Cates - 1/7; see also Workplace Literacy Center, 13/13
  • Barnett, Charles - 1/7
  • Barnett, Ruby - 1/7
  • Barnstone, Robert - 13/2
  • Barrientos, Gonzalo, 1941- - 1/7 ; 13/2; see also Bullock, Bob, 1/12; City Council, 13/3; Doris Miller Auditorium, 14/5; Sanchez, Tony, 7/7; Turner, Dorothy, 8/6
  • Barrow, Bessie - 1/8
  • Barrow, Louis M. - 1/8
  • Barton Springs - 1/8
  • Basketball Camp - 1/8
  • Batts, Walter - 1/8
  • Baye, Lawrence - 1/8
  • Baylor, Don - 13/2
  • Baylor, Jo Cash - 1/8, 14/3
  • Beaman, Margarine - 1/8; see also Huston-Tillotson College - General 4/3
  • Beatty, Kimberlee - 13/2
  • Beauticians Guild - 1/8
  • Bectan, Julius - 1/8
  • Bell, John - see Williams, Stephen, 9/1
  • Bell, Joyce - 1/8
  • Bell, Stella - 1/8
  • Bell, T. D. - 1/8
  • Bellinger, Kimberly L. - 1/8
  • Bells of Joy - 1/8; 13/2
  • Ben E. Keith Company - 1/8
  • Ben's Long Branch Barbecue - 1/8; see also Wash, Ben, 8/10; "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Benedikt, Loraine - 13/2
  • Benford, Lisa - 1/8; see also Lisa's Attic, 5/8
  • Bennett, Joel - 1/8
  • Bennett's - 1/8
  • Benson, Ray - see Barrientos, Gonzalo, 1/7
  • Benton, Joanne - 1/9
  • Bentsen, Lloyd - 1/9; see also Taylor-King, John Q., 8/2
  • Berdahl, Robert M. - 1/9; see also National Urban League, 6/5
  • Bernice Foster Child Development Center - 1/9
  • Berry, Carolyn Renee - 1/9
  • Berry, General - 1/9
  • Berry, Rebecca - 1/9
  • Berry, Venice - 1/9
  • Bethany Cemetery - 1/9
  • Bethune-DuBois Christmas Party - 1/9
  • Biggers, W. T. - 1/9
  • Billingsly, Donald - 1/9
  • Birmingham, Charles - 13/2
  • Biscoe, Donalyn F. - 1/9
  • Biscoe, Sam, judge - 1/9, 14/3; see also Doris Miller Auditorium, 14/5; Juneteenth, 14/9; RSVP, 7/6; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Bishop, Frank - 1/9
  • Bishop, Octavius - 1/9
  • Black Arts Alliance - 1/10, 13/2
  • Black Austin Democrats - 14/3
  • Black Enterprise Luncheon - 14/3
  • Black Expo: Capitol City Chamber of Commerce - 1/10
  • Black Expo: It's a Family Affair - 1/10
  • Black History Bowl - 1/10
  • Black History Month - 1/10
  • Black Holiday Marketplace - 1/10
  • Black Publishers Association - 14/3
  • Black Registry - 1/10
  • Black Voters Against Paternalism (B-VAP) - 1/10
  • Black, Albert - 1/10, 14/3
  • Blackburn, Audley - see Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Blackey, Rick - 14/3; see also Anderson, Leon, 14/2
  • Blacks in Government
  • Blackshear Neighborhood Development Corporation - 13/2
  • Blake, Janet - see Del Llano, Ann, 2/8
  • Blake, Renee - 1/10
  • Blankenship, Etta - 1/10
  • Blayton, Anitra - 1/10
  • Bledsoe, Gary - 1/10, 14/3; see also West, Royce, 8/11; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Block, David - 1/10
  • Blount, (unknown) - 1/10
  • Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum - 13/2
  • Bocknight, Michelle - see Peters, Martha, 6/9
  • Boggy Creek Greenbelt - 1/10
  • Boles, Maxine - 1/10
  • Bolton, Michael - 1/10
  • Bond, Julian - 1/10; see also Delco, Exalton Alfonso, 1929- , 2/8
  • Boney, Bernice Payne - 13/2
  • Booker T. Washington Projects - 1/11
  • Bossa Nova Club - 1/11
  • Bowen, Stacy - 1/11
  • Bowie High School - 1/11
  • Bowman, Tim - 1/11
  • Boyer, Horace C. - 1/11
  • Boykins, Mario - 1/11
  • Boys' Choir of Harlem - 1/11, 14/3
  • Bradford, Carmen - see Jazz Festival, 4/8
  • Bradley, Ed - 1/11
  • Bradley, Eric - see University of Texas, 8/7
  • Bradley, James - see Mangione, Chuck, 5/9
  • Bradley, Thomas - 1/11
  • Bradly, Gary - 1/11
  • Bradshaw, Lemuel - 1/11
  • Brailsford, Marvin D., General - 1/11
  • Branch, Brenda - see Library, Austin Public - Carver Branch, 5/6
  • Brandley, Clarence - 13/2
  • Brat, Gospel - 1/11
  • Breakfast Club - 14/3
  • Breeland, Jan - 1/11
  • Brewer, June, doctor - 1/11; see also Griffin, Marvin, reverend, 14/7
  • Bridgeman-Davis, Valarie - see Poets, 6/10
  • Bridgforth, Sharon - see Poets, 6/10
  • Briggs, Cara - 1/11, 14/3; see also Live Oak Theatre, 5/8; Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Briscoe, Dolph - 1/11
  • Brolin, John - 1/11
  • Brooker, Monica - 13/2
  • Brooks Home Cooked Food - 1/12
  • Brooks, Alberta - 14/3; see also Minority Press, 6/3
  • Brooks, Denice - 1/12
  • Brooks, Dewy - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Brooks, Gwendolyn - 1/12; see also "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Brown School - 1/12
  • Brown, Dana - see Carter, Lee Otis, 2/2
  • Brown, David - 13/2; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Brown, Henry H. - see Richards, Ann, 1933-2006, 7/4
  • Brown, James - 1/12; see also "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Brown, Jesse - 1/12
  • Brown, Michael - 1/12
  • Brown, Mrs. (Ebenezer Child Care Center) - 1/12
  • Brown, Ron - 1/12
  • Brown, Shiska - 1/12
  • Brown, Willie L. - 1/12
  • Bryant, J. I. - 1/12
  • Bryant, John R., bishop - 1/12
  • Bryant, Sam - 1/12; see also Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/3; Martin Luther King - Community Celebration, 5/10
  • Buen Pastor Early Childhood Development Center - 1/12
  • Budnik, Dan - see Williams, Marcia, 9/1
  • Buffalo Soldiers - 1/12, 14/3; see also Juneteenth, 4/11
  • Bullard, Cletis - 13/2
  • Bullock, Bob - 1/12; see also Ellis, Rodney, 3/3; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 6/5; Barrientos, Gonzalo, 13/2
  • Bullock, Gladys - 1/12
  • Bundy, McGeorge - 1/13
  • Bunker, Carol Laise - 1/13
  • Bunton, Stephanie M. - 1/13
  • Burelson, Terry - 1/13
  • Burgess, Glennie - 1/13
  • Burke, Cecelia - 13/2
  • Burns, John - 1/13
  • Burrell, Thomas J. - 1/13
  • Burton, Barbara - 1/13; see also Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Bush, George W. (George Walker), 1946- - 1/13
  • Bush, Gordon D. - see Kirk, Ron, 1954-, 5/2
  • Butler, John Sibley - 1/13
  • Butler, Reverend and Pattie - 1/13
  • Butler, Roy - 1/13
  • Butts, Nina - 1/13
  • Byrd, Charles "Nook" - 1/13
  • Byrd, James - 1/13
  • Byrd, Lisa - 14/3
  • Byrd, Stella - 1/13
  • C. C. Club - 2/1
  • Cactus Point Barbeque - 2/1
  • Caesar, Shirley - 2/1
  • Cain, Van O. - 13/3
  • Calder, Jeff - 2/1
  • Caldwell, Alan Keith - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Caldwell, Birdie - 2/1; see also Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/3
  • Calhoun, Bill - 2/1
  • Calloway, Arthur, reverend - 2/1
  • Campbell, Earl - 2/1, 14/4; see also Brown School, 1/12
  • Campbell, Thomas H. - 2/1
  • Capital 10K - 2/1; see also Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Capital City African-American Chamber of Commerce - 2/1
  • Capital City Top Ladies of Distinction - see Top Ladies of Distinction
  • Capital Metro - 2/1, 14/4
  • Capitol Building and Grounds - 2/1
  • Caprice Lounge - 2/2
  • Career Clubs - 2/2
  • Carl-Mitchell, Smoot - 2/2; 13/3
  • Carls Fantastic - 2/2
  • Caro, Loretta - see Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10
  • Carothers, Maria D. - 2/2
  • Carpenter, Barbara West - 2/2
  • Carr, Claudette - 2/2
  • Carroll, Tina - 2/2
  • Carson, Dana - 2/2
  • Carson, Julia - 2/2
  • Carter, Bullet - see Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Carter, Chris, Jr. - 2/2
  • Carter, Christiana - 2/2
  • Carter, Donna - 2/2; see also Library, Austin Public - Carver Branch, 5/6
  • Carter, Ed and Fay - 2/2
  • Carter, Judy - see City Council, 2/4
  • Carter, Lee Otis - 2/2
  • Carter, Linda - 2/2
  • Carter, Lisle - see Bradley, Thomas, 1/11
  • Carter, Michael - 2/2; see also Travis County Constable candidates, 8/5
  • Carter, Mr. - 2/2
  • Carver Branch, Austin Public Library - see Library, Austin Public - Carver Branch
  • Cash, Selena - 13/3, 14/4
  • Casino, The - 2/3
  • Castañeda, Diana - 2/3
  • Castillo, Raul H., actor - 2/3, see also Christmas Pastorela, 2/3
  • Castle, Nathan - 2/3
  • Castro, Celia - 13/3
  • Cater, Douglas - 2/3
  • Catfish Station - 2/3
  • Cavanaugh, Marianne - 13/3
  • CEACO - 2/3; 13/3
  • Celistan, Dwain - 2/3
  • Census, U.S. 1976: Travis County - 2/3
  • Central City Entertainment Center - 2/3
  • Central Star Elks Lodge - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Chaffin, Florence - 2/3
  • Chambers, Marleen - 2/3
  • Chandler, Wanda - 2/3
  • Charitech - 2/3
  • Charles, Michael Ray - 2/3
  • Charles, Ray, 1930-2004 - 2/3
  • Charleston, Vicky - see Poets, 6/10
  • Chase, Sylvester, reverend - 2/3; see also Edwards, Al, 14/6
  • Cherrie, Jim - 2/3; see also Daughters of Elk, 13/4
  • Cherry, Hal - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Chess King - 2/3
  • Children's Hospital of Austin - 2/3
  • Chisholm, Shirley - 2/3
  • Christmas Pastorela - 2/3
  • Christopher, Reginald - 2/3
  • Chuck Wagon Barbecue - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Church, John - 13/3
  • Cinco de Mayo - 2/4
  • Citizen's Review Panel - 14/4
  • City Council - 2/4, 13/3, 14/4; see also Davidson, Dan, 2/7; Snell, Jimmy, 7/11; "Politics" FF 04/12/004; see also individual members and candidates
  • Clark, Beatrice - 2/4
  • Clark, C. M. - 2/4
  • Clark, Gary, Jr., 1984- - 2/4
  • Clark, Gaylord - 13/3
  • Clark, George, reverend - 2/4; see also, Franklin, E.M., reverend, 3/6
  • Clark, Glen - 2/4
  • Clark, Kenneth - see Levine, Robert, 5/6
  • Clark, Larry - 2/4
  • Clay, Abe - 2/4
  • Clean Sweap - 2/4
  • Clements, William P., 1917-2011 - 2/4; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Clifton, Lucille - 2/4
  • Clinton, Bill, 1946- - 2/4; see also Lofton, Michael, 5/8
  • Clinton, Hillary Rodham - 2/4
  • Clique Club - see Communications Workers of America, 2/5; see also "Villager Life" FF 04/11/001
  • Clopton, Khalilah - 2/4
  • Club La Tonya - 2/4
  • Clubs, sorority - 13/3
  • Coalition of Austin Black Artists - 2/4
  • Cochran, Johnnie L., 1937-2005 - 2/4, 14/4; see also Eastside Story Foundation, 3/1
  • Cole, David - 7/7
  • Cole, Johnetta - see Texas Conference for Women, 14/14
  • Cole, Kevin - 14/4
  • Cole, Sheryl - see City Council, 14/4; Evans, Akwasi, 14/6
  • Coleman and Amos Exxon Service Station - see 12th Street East 1425
  • Coleman, Arthur - 2/4; see also "Villager Life" FF 04/11/001
  • Coleman, Michael - 13/3
  • Coles, Ina Rae (Milton) - 2/5
  • Colina, Molly "Vivi" - 13/3
  • Collins, Desmond - 2/5
  • Collins, Jimmy, Sgt. - 2/5
  • Collins, Jodie - 2/5
  • Collins, Thomas - 13/3
  • Colonial Square Apartments - 2/5
  • Colson, Eartha, poet - 2/5
  • Colvert, Allison - see City Council, 2/4
  • Colvin, Shantell - 2/5
  • Commodore Perry Hotel - 2/5
  • Communication Workers of America - 2/5
  • Communities in Schools (Organization) - see Texas Retired Teachers Association, 8/3
  • Community Café - 2/5
  • Community College - 2/5; see also Delco, Exalton Alfonso, 1929- , 2/8; "Police - Protest" FF 04/12/003
  • Compos, Ulga - see Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12
  • Congress Avenue -- Banners - 2/5
  • Congress Avenue -- Parade, Military Vehicle - 2/5
  • Conley, Ona B. - 13/3; see also Banks, Martin, 1/7
  • Conley-Guerrero Senior Activity Center - 14/4
  • Connor, Farris, barber - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Connor, Linda Galloway - 2/5, 14/19
  • Conradt, Jody - 2/6; see also Lopiano, Donna, 13/8
  • Cooke, Jenia - 2/6
  • Cooke, Lee - 2/6, 13/3; see also City Council, 13/3
  • Cooksey, Frank - 2/6; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Cooley, James - 2/6
  • Cooper, Margaret - 2/6
  • Cooper, Mario M. - 2/6
  • Cooper, Walter - 2/6
  • Cooper, Yvonne - see National Newspaper Publishers Association, 6/5
  • Covington, Suzanne - 2/6
  • Cox, Ben Elton - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Cox, Maurice - 2/6
  • Craig, Algerene - 2/6; see also "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Crawford, Darryl - 2/6
  • Crayton, Jackie Harris - see Tennis, 8/3
  • Crayton, Marcellus - 2/6
  • Creech, Donnel - 14/4; see also Tennis, 8/3
  • Crockett, Carolyn - see Root Wy'mn Theatre Co., 7/5
  • Croft, Emma - 2/6
  • Cross Roads Barbecue - 2/6
  • Cross, Darrius - 13/3
  • Cross, Jacqui - 2/6
  • Crown Furniture Store - 2/6
  • Cumberbatch, Ashton - 14/4; see also Linder, Nelson, 14/11
  • Cumberbatch, Jennifer R. - 2/6; see also Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Cumming, Elijah - see Ballard, Charles A., 1/7
  • Curry, Marion, golfer - see Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Curry, Tim - 2/6
  • Dabney, Sylvia - 2/7
  • Daggs, Sheila D. - see Bethune-Dubois Christmas Party, 1/9
  • Daily, Linda - 2/7
  • Dale's Eastside Auto Supply - 2/7
  • Dallas Cowboys (Football team) - 2/7
  • Dandridge, Leland J. - 2/7
  • Darby, Harold - 2/7
  • Darrell, Betty
  • Darrington, Loren A. - see Douglass Club, 2/11
  • Daughters of Elk - 13/4
  • Dauze, Wilma - 2/7
  • David Chapel Baptist Church - 2/7
  • Davidson, Dan H. - 2/7; see also Butler, Roy, 1/13; City Council, 2/4; Taylor-King, John Q., 8/2
  • Davidson, Nancy - 2/7
  • Davis, Angela Y. (Angela Yvonne), 1944- - see Feminist Family Values Forum, 3/5
  • Davis, Barbara - 2/7
  • Davis, Beverly - 2/7
  • Davis, Beverly Watts - 14/5
  • Davis, Elizabeth I. - 2/7
  • Davis, Floyd, doctor
  • Davis, J. W. - 2/7
  • Davis, Margaret - 2/7
  • Davis, Melody J. - 2/7
  • Davis, O.S., reverend - see Franklin, E.M., reverend, 3/6
  • Davis, Ossie - 2/7
  • Davis, Ron - 2/7; see also Community College, 2/5; Earvin, Larry, 3/1; Juneteenth, 14/9; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3; Victory Grill, 8/9
  • Davis, Wil - 2/7
  • Davis, Willie R. - 2/7
  • Davis, Willie Ray - 13/4
  • Davis, Yvonne, representative - see "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Debo - 2/7
  • Dee, Merri - 2/8
  • Dee, Ruby - 2/8
  • Deen, Mike - 2/8
  • Deep in the Heart of Texas - 2/8
  • Del Llano, Ann - 2/8
  • Delco, Exalton Alfonso, 1929- - 2/8; see also Edelen, Loretta, 3/2; Kincheon, Thomas Wesley, 5/1; Snead, Dr., 7/11
  • Delco, Wilhelmina R. (Wilhelmina Ruth), 1929- - 2/8; 13/4; see also Community College, 2/5; DeLeon, Marcus, 2/9; Douglas Club, 14/5; Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Edelen, Loretta, 3/2; George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, 14/7; Griffin, Marvin, reverend, 3/11; Juneteenth, 14/9; Lofton, Michael, 5/8; Martin Luther King Day Celebration, 14/12; Snead, Dr., 7/11; Urdy, Charles, 8/8; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • DeLeon, Marcus - 2/9, 13/4, 14/5
  • Dell, Michael, 1965- - 2/9; see also United Negro College Fund, 8/7
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority - 2/9
  • Demerson, Aaron S. - 2/9; see also National Urban League, 6/5
  • Demon, Ronald S. - 13/4
  • Denman, Edward - see Bells of Joy, 1/8
  • Dennis, Sandy - 2/9
  • Dent, Jim - 2/9
  • Derby Lounge - 2/9
  • Desantis, J. A. - 2/9
  • Desko, Inc. - 2/9
  • DeWitty, Kristina - 2/9
  • DeWitty, Virgie Carrington, approximately 1913-1980 - see National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 6/5; "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • DeWitty-Overton Banquet - 14/5
  • Dickerson, Curtis - 13/4
  • Dickerson, Eric - 2/9
  • Different Drum: School Function - 2/9
  • Dillard's Department Stores - 2/9
  • Dixon Fine Food - 2/9
  • Dixon, Freddie, reverend - 2/9; see also Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8; Marshall, Byron, 14/12
  • Dobie Junior High School - 2/10
  • Doggett, Lloyd - 2/10, 14/5; see also Akins, Charles 1/2; AmeriCorps (U.S.), 1/3; Austin Revitalization Authority, 1/5; Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Firaham, Ms., 3/5; George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, 14/7; Ison, Adrienne, 14/8; Jones, Iris, 4/10; Juneteenth, 14/9; Martin Luther King Day Celebration, 14/12; McMillan, Joseph T., 6/1; Overton, Volma, 6/7; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Doggett, Teresa - 2/10
  • Donald, Jacquelyn, doctor - 2/10
  • Donovon, Dianne, singer - 2/10
  • Doris Miller Auditorium - 2/10, 14/5; see also Biscoe, Sam, 14/3
  • Dorset, Tony - see Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Dorsey, Johnny - 2/11, 13/4
  • Dotson, Ruth - see Douglass Club, 2/11; Scott, Mary E., 7/8
  • Dougherty Arts Center - 2/11; see also Deep in the Heart of Texas, 2/8
  • Douglas, Marvin H. - 2/11, 14/5; see also Earvin, Larry, 3/1; Fire Department, 3/5; Lions Club, 5/7
  • Douglas, Morene - 2/11
  • Douglass Club - 2/11, 14/5; see also Douglas, Marvin H., 2/11
  • Doyle, Edward - 2/11
  • Dream Girls - 2/11
  • Driskill Hotel - 2/11
  • Drummond, Paul - see Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Dr. Charles E. Urdy Plaza - see Urdy Plaza
  • Dryden, Bud, doctor - 2/11
  • Duffie, Delores - see Al Edwards Un-sung Hero Award, 1/2; Fire Department, 3/5
  • Duncan, Deborah - see George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, 14/7
  • Dunkerley, Betty - see City Council, 14/4; Turner, Dorothy, 14/14
  • Duke, Nathaniel - see Blake, Renee, 1/10
  • Dukes, Dawnna - 2/12, 14/5, 14/19; see also Bledsoe, Gary, 14/3; Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8; Franklin, Barry, 3/6; Martin Luther King Day Celebration, 14/12; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3; Overton, Volma, 6/7; Rison, Alton, 7/4; SBC Twentieth Century American Art Exhibit, 7/7; Taylor-King, John Q., 8/2; Todd, Bruce, 8/5; U.S. Census, 8/7; Urdy, Charles, 8/8; Victory Grill, 8/9
  • Dukes, Randy - see Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12
  • Dukes-Rhone, Stacy - 2/12
  • Duncan-Hurdle, Debora - 2/13, 14/5
  • Dunn, Charlie - 2/13
  • Dupree, Miss - 2/13
  • Duran's Grocery Store - 2/13
  • Durst, Katie - see "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Durst, Lavada, 1913- - 2/13
  • Eaglin, Yvonne - 3/1; 13/5
  • Earl, Jimmy - see Iverson, Johnathan Lee, 4/7
  • Earle, Ronnie - 3/1
  • Earth Day - 13/5
  • Earvin, Allyson V. - 3/1
  • Earvin, Larry L. - 3/1; see also Dell, Michael, 1965- , 2/9
  • East Austin Liquor - 3/1
  • East End Barber Shop - 3/1
  • Eastern Stars - 3/1
  • Eastside Band - 3/1
  • Eastside Community Choir - see "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Eastside Story Foundation - 3/1
  • Ebenezer Band - 14/6, negatives
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church - 3/1, 13/5
  • Ebony Sun Café - 3/2
  • Eckerd Drugs - 3/2; see also United Negro College Fund, 8/7
  • Ed's Appliance and Refrigeration - 3/2
  • Eddie Welding Service - see Edwards, Frank, 3/2
  • Edelen, Loretta - 3/2, 14/6; see also "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Edelen, Michael - 3/2; see also "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Edelin, Ramona - see McCabe, Jewell Jackson, 5/11
  • Edelman, Marian Wright - 3/2, 14/6; see also Clinton, Hillary Rodham, 2/4
  • Edlen, Barbara - see Danny Thomas, 8/4
  • Edoka, Emanuel, doctor - 3/2
  • Edoka, JoAnne Wise, doctor - 3/2
  • Edward Tips Building - see Congress Avenue 708, 1/1
  • Edwards, Al, 1937- - 3/2, 14/6; see also Akins, Charles, 14/2; Al Edwards Unsung Hero Award, 1/2; Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8; Ellis, Rodney, 1954- , 3/3; Jackson, Jesse, 1941- , 4/8; Juneteenth, 4/11, 14/9; Lands, Sterling, reverend, 14/11; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Edwards, Cynthia Taylor - 3/2
  • Edwards, Frank - 3/2
  • El Senior Magico Night Club - 3/2
  • Elder, Lee - 3/2
  • Ellis, Dorris - see Texas Publishers Association, 13/12
  • Ellis, Rodney, 1954- - 3/3, 13/5; see also Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Richards, Ann, 7/4; West, Royce, 8/11
  • Ellison, Cathy - 14/19
  • Ellison, Jo - 3/3
  • Ellison-Tucker, Celeste - 3/3
  • Elmore, Sharon - see Deep in the Heart of Texas, 2/8
  • Emory, Michael - 3/3
  • Employment - 3/3
  • English, Pam - see City Council, 2/4
  • Enoch, Cassandra - 3/3
  • Envision Central Texas - 3/3
  • Ervin, Larry L. - 3/3, 14/6; see also Dell, Michael, 1965- , 2/9
  • Espy, Linda - see Black Austin Democrats, 14/3
  • Espy, Mike - 3/3
  • Esther's - 3/3
  • Etheridge, James - 3/4
  • Eugene, Chiquita - 14/6
  • Eutsey, Nicole - 3/4
  • Eutsey, Norvell - 3/4
  • Evans, Akwasi - 3/4, 14/6; see also Breakfast Club, 14/3; Bush, George W., 1/13; Edelen, Loretta, 3/2; Huston-Tillotson College, 4/3; Kwanzaa, 14/10; Minority Press, 6/3; Texas Publishers Association, 8/3; Thomas, Danny, 8/4; Williams, Michael Lawrence, 14/17; and Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3
  • Evans, Alvin - see Franklin, E.M., reverend, 3/6
  • Evergreen Cemetery - 3/4
  • Evers-Williams, Myrlie - 3/4
  • Eways, Ginger - see CEACO, 2/3
  • Ewing, Mamie - 3/4
  • Exxon Corporation - 3/4; see also 12th Street East 1425, 1/1
  • Fabulous Thunderbirds (Musical group) - 13/5
  • Fadojutimi, Joycelyne - see Texas Publishers Association, 8/3
  • Fannin, Kaci M. - see Root Wy'mn Theatre Co., 7/5
  • Farmer, James - 3/5
  • Farrakhan, Louis - 3/5; see also Leavell, Dorothy, 5/5; Mohammed, Iman Warith Deen, 6/4; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Fattah, Chaka, 1956- - 3/5
  • Faulk, John Henry - see Ebenezer Baptist Church, 3/1
  • Feminist Family Values Forum - 3/5
  • Fernandez, Emilio - see Blake, Renee, 1/10
  • Fiesta Gardens - 3/5
  • Firaham, Ms. - 3/5
  • Fire - 3/5
  • Fire Department - 3/5
  • First Baptist Church - 3/5
  • First Stage Production - 3/5
  • First United Pentecostal Church - 3/5
  • Fisher, Quentin - 3/5
  • Fisher, Robert - 3/5
  • Flamingos - see "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Fleming, Milton, doctor - 13/5
  • Flemings, Una McGriff - see Senior Activity Center, 13/11
  • Flo's Lounge - 3/5
  • Flowers, Wilford, judge - 3/5; see also City Council, 14/4
  • Floyd, Patricia - 3/5
  • Folktales Bookstore - see Oliphant, Rosalind, 6/7
  • Fontaine, Israel Jacob, III - 13/5
  • Fontaine, Jacob - 3/5, 13/5; see also DeLeon, Marcus, 2/9
  • Fontenot, Canray - 3/5
  • Food Land #1 - 3/5
  • Football: 1992 City Champs - 3/5
  • Ford, Harold - 3/5
  • Foreman, Barbara - 3/5; see also Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/3
  • Forgione, Pat, doctor - 3/6
  • Foshette, Sheila - 3/6
  • Foster, T. L. - 3/6
  • Foundation Communities - 3/6
  • Fowler's Barbecue - 3/6
  • Fox, James - see Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10
  • Foxx, Nina - 3/6
  • Frank Erwin Center - 3/6
  • Frank, Raymond - 3/6
  • Franklin, Barry - 3/6; see also Mosely, Johnny C., 6/4
  • Franklin, E. M., reverend - 3/6; see also "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Franklin, John Hope, 1915-2009 - 14/7
  • Franklin, Shirley - 3/6
  • Franks, Harve - 3/6
  • Frary, Michael, 1918- - 3/6
  • Frasier, Margo - 3/6
  • Freedom Express (Musical group) - see "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Freeman, John - see Blake, Renee, 1/10
  • Freeman, Paul D., doctor - see Freeman, Thomas F., 3/7
  • Freeman, Stephan - 3/7
  • Freeman, Thomas F., doctor - 3/7
  • Freeman's Store - 3/7
  • French, Debra - 3/7
  • Frenchie's Restaurant - 3/7
  • Fresh, Doug E. - 3/7
  • Friedman, Jeff, 1945-2007 - 3/7; 13/5; see also Douglas, Marvin H., 2/11; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 6/5; Pickle, J.J., 6/9; Snell, Jimmy, 7/11; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Fulgham, Marla - 3/7; see also Ebony Sun Café, 3/2; Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Fuller, Eddie - 3/7; "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Fuller, Jill - 3/7; see also Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Fuller, Maud Anna Berry Smith - 3/7
  • Fuller-Sheffield Funeral Services - 3/7
  • Futrell, Toby - 14/7; see also City Council, 14/4
  • Gabriel, Janisha - 3/8
  • Gaidi, Alafia - 3/8
  • Galaviz, Dianne Mendoza - 3/8; see also Capital Metro, 14/4
  • Galindo, Ernestine - 13/6
  • Galloway, Andrena - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Game World Room Pool Hall - 3/8
  • Garcia, Chi-Chi - see "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Garcia, Gus - 3/8, 14/7; see also Barnet, Camille, 1/7; City Council, 2/4; Gates, Charles, 3/9; Jones, Iris, 4/10; Martin Luther King Day Celebration, 14/12; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3; Sorrells, John H., 7/11; Thomas, Danny, 8/4; Urdy, Charles, 8/8
  • Gardner Betts Juvenile Justice Facility - 3/8
  • Gardner, Lydia - 14/7
  • Gardner, Toni - 3/8
  • Garland, Colin, artist - 3/8
  • Garnett, Gregory - 3/8
  • Garrett, Frank, Jr. - 14/7; see also Lands, Sterling, reverend, 14/11
  • Garrett, Frank, reverend - 3/8; see also Anderson, Ada 1/3; Breakfast Club, 14/3; Doris Miller Auditorium, 14/5; Jones, Iris, 4/10; Turner, Dorothy, 8/6
  • Garrett, Gerald - 3/8
  • Garrett, Robert - 3/8
  • Garry, Willie - 3/8
  • Gary, George - 3/8
  • Garza, Gonzalo, doctor - 3/9
  • Garza, Jesus - see City Council, 2/4
  • Garza, Leonel, actor - see Christmas Pastorela, 2/3
  • Gaston, A. G., doctor - 3/9
  • Gates, Charles - 3/9; see also Lewis, Willie C., 5/6
  • Gateway House - 3/9
  • General Store - 3/9
  • George Washington Carver Branch Library (Austin, Tex.) see Library - Austin Public - Carver
  • George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center - 3/9, 13/6, 14/7; see also Akins, Charles, 14/2
  • George, Melvin - 3/9
  • Gettrell's Disco - 3/9
  • Gettrell's Natural Hairstyles - 3/9
  • Gibson, Machell - 3/9
  • Giddings, Paula - 3/9
  • Gil, Mark - 3/9
  • Gilbert, E.M., doctor - 13/6
  • Gilbert, Mr. - 3/9
  • Gilbert, Sam - 3/9
  • Gillory, Joyce - 3/9
  • Girl Project, The - 3/9
  • Girl Scouts - See, Jackson, Janelle and Jacqulyn, 4/8
  • Givens Park and Recreation Center - 3/9; see also "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Givens, Vera - 3/9
  • Glasco, Erin - see Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10
  • Glasco, Richard - 3/9; see also Leadership Austin, 13/8
  • Glover, Danny - 14/7; see also Lessard, Herman, 5/5
  • Godfather's Club - 3/9
  • Godine, Ruth L. - 3/10
  • Golden Echoes - 3/10
  • Golf - 3/10
  • Gomez, Ben - 3/10; see also Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Gomez, Margaret - see Davis, Ron, 2/7
  • Gonzales, Elizabeth - see Capital Metro, 14/4
  • Gonzalez, Henry - 3/10
  • Goode, Cynthia - 3/10
  • Goodin, Mike - 3/10
  • Goodloe, Symon - 3/10
  • Goodlove, Annette
  • Goodman, Jackie - 3/10; see also City Council, 2/4, 13/3; McCullough Academy of Excellence, 5/11
  • Goodman, Richard - 3/10; see also City Council, 2/4
  • Goodwill Industries International - 3/10
  • Goodwin, Reggie - 14/7
  • Gore, Albert, 1948- - 3/10
  • Goss, Derrick - 3/10
  • Gradney, Sean K. - 3/10
  • Gradney, Steven - 3/10
  • Graham, Billy, 1918- - 3/10
  • Graham, Pearl - 3/10
  • Grande Communications - 3/10
  • Granger, Ned - 3/10
  • Grant A. M. E. Church - 3/10
  • Grant, Gary - 3/10
  • Grant, Pat - 3/10
  • Graves, Michael A. - see Black Enterprise Luncheon, 14/3
  • Graves, William H. (William Henry), 1936- - 3/10
  • Gray, Quentin - 3/10
  • Gray, Reverend - 3/10
  • Gray, William H., III - 3/10; see also Dell, Michael, 1965- , 2/9; United Negro College Fund, 8/7
  • Grayson, Patricia - see Douglass Club, 2/11
  • Greater Calvary Church Village Dancers - 3/11
  • Greater Works Baptist Church Parade - 3/11
  • Green, Al, 1947- - see Black Austin Democrats, 14/3
  • Green, D. and E. - 3/11
  • Green, Janet - see Bethune-Dubois Christmas Party, 1/9
  • Green, Sharon - 3/11
  • Green, Shelton - 3/11
  • Greene, Rodney - see Douglas, Marvin H., 2/11
  • Gregg, Tommy "Buster" - 14/7
  • Gressett, Paige - 3/11
  • Griffin, Clifton - 3/11; see also Caldwell, Birdie, 2/1; Library, Austin Public - Carver Branch, 5/6; Lions Club, 5/7, 13/8
  • Griffin, Leo, reverend - see McCullough Academy of Excellence, 5/11
  • Griffin, Marvin, reverend - 3/11, 14/7; see also Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8; Ebenezer Baptist Church, 3/1; Texas Publishers Association, 8/3; U.S. Census, 8/7; Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3
  • Griffin, Rita - 14/7
  • Griffith, Beverly - 3/11; see also City Council, 2/4
  • Griffith, Maxine - 3/11
  • Grogan, Jackie - 3/11
  • Grover, Kenneth - 3/11
  • Guerrero, Lena, 1957-2008 - 3/11
  • Guerrero, Raul - 3/11
  • Guidry, Kory - 3/11
  • Gusseer, C. L. - 3/11
  • Gutierrez, Luis, Jr. - 3/11
  • Gutierrez, Myrna - 13/6
  • Gutman, Lois - see Davis, Margaret, 2/7
  • Guy, Buddy - 3/11
  • Guyton, Lisa E. - 3/11
  • Habitat for Humanity - see Walter Street 904
  • Hackerman, Norman - 4/1
  • Hadnot, Carol - 4/1
  • Haehnel Building - see 11th Street East 1101
  • Hall, Anthony W., Jr - see "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Hall, Bobbie Jean - 4/1
  • Hall, Byron D. - 4/1
  • Hall, Courtney - 4/1
  • Hall, John L. - 13/6
  • Halloway, Mildred - 4/1
  • Hammons, Eric - 13/6
  • Hampton, Keith - 4/1
  • Handcock, Buster - 4/1
  • Handcox, Berl - 4/1; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Handy Twins - 4/1
  • Handy, Susan, doctor - 4/1
  • Handy, Wendell, artist - 14/8
  • Hanson, John - 14/19
  • Harden, Billy - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11; Victory Grill, 8/9
  • Hardin, Ada - 4/1, 14/8
  • Hardin, Steve - 4/1
  • Hardwick, Robert C. - 13/6
  • Harlem Theater - 13/6; see also "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Harms, Don - Marionettes - 4/1
  • Harper's Landscaping - 4/1
  • Harriman, Averell - 4/2
  • Harrington, Clarence - see Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3
  • Harris, B. - 4/2
  • Harris, David F., reverend - 4/2
  • Harris, Ed - 4/2
  • Harris, Janet Hoston - see Carson, Julia, 2/2
  • Harris, Lilly - see Lilly, Miss, 5/6
  • Harris, Roy - 4/2
  • Harris, Rubin W., doctor - 4/2
  • Harrison, Janey - 4/2
  • Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center - 4/2
  • Hart, Bernice - 4/2; 13/6; see also Edelen, Loretta, 3/2; "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Hart, Pamela - 4/2, 14/8
  • Hartman, Liz - 4/2
  • Hawkins, Benny, architect - 4/2
  • Hawkins, Edwin - 4/2
  • Hawkins, Jacquelyn - 4/2
  • Hay, Hopeton - 4/2, 14/8
  • Hayes, Adrian - 4/2
  • Hayes, Joya - 4/2
  • Hayes, Rashandra - see Archer, Jeffrey, 1/4
  • Hayes, Robert - 4/2
  • Hayes, Rochelle - 13/6
  • Hayes, Roland - 4/2; see also Community College, 2/5; Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3
  • Haywood, Henrietta - 4/3
  • Haywood, Iesha D. - 4/3
  • Haywood, Narcel - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Haywood's Nursing Home - 4/3
  • Hechinger, Fred - 4/3
  • Height, Dorothy I. (Dorothy Irene), 1912-2010 - 4/3
  • Heir, Doug - see Mendez Middle School, 6/2
  • Henderson, Santa - 14/8
  • Henderson, Thomas "Hollywood" - 4/3, 14/8; see also City Council, 2/4; Edwards, Al, 14/6; Lofton, Michael, 5/8
  • Hendricks, Harrison and Laura - 4/3
  • Hendson, John D. - 14/8
  • Henson, William T. "Tom" - 4/3
  • Herbert, Robert - 4/3
  • Herman, Alexis M. - 4/3
  • Hernandez, Leon - see Garrett, Robert, 3/8
  • Hernandez, Paul - 14/8
  • Hernandez, Ricardo - 4/3
  • Hicks, Arrica D. - 4/3
  • Hightower, Jim - 4/3; see also Texas Department of Agriculture, 8/3
  • Highway 130 - 4/3
  • Hilgus, Paul - 4/3
  • Hill, David - 13/6
  • Hill, Edward - 4/4
  • Hill, James L. - 4/4
  • Hill, James O., 1936- - 4/4
  • Hill, John L., 1923-2007 - 4/4; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Hill, Larry - 4/4
  • Hill, Simmon - 4/4
  • Hillside Drug Store - 4/4
  • Hillyer, Dolores - 4/4; see also Texas Academy of Excellence, 8/3; Turner, Dorothy, 14/14; Water, Lenora, 8/10
  • Hilyer, Ray - 4/4
  • Himmelblau, Betty - see Snell, Jimmy, 7/11; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Hinojosa, Leticia - see Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10
  • HIV Center - 4/4
  • Hoard, Margaret - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Hobby, Bill - 4/4
  • Hobby, Paul - 4/4
  • Holiday, Rosa - 4/4
  • Hollins, Arthur J. - 4/4
  • Hollins, Hazel - 4/4
  • Holmes, Archie - 4/4
  • Holmes, Johnny - 4/4; see also "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Holt, David Earl - see Library, Austin Public, 5/6
  • Holyfield, Evander - 4/4; see also Garry, Willie, 3/8
  • Hoop-It-Up - 14/8
  • Hopkins, Lightnin', 1912-1982 - see "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Horton, Beverly - 4/4
  • Horton, Regina Y. - 4/4
  • Hospital Pharmacy - 4/5, negatives; see also Houston, O.C., 4/5; "Police - Protest" FF 04/12/003
  • Hot Biscuits (restaurant) - 4/5
  • Hot Wax - 4/5
  • House of Music - 4/5
  • Houston, Alice - 4/5
  • Houston, Gene - 13/6
  • Houston, Kim - 4/5
  • Houston, O. C. - 4/5, 13/6, 14/8; see also Means, Bertha, 6/2
  • Houston, Wilburn - 4/5
  • Howard, James - 4/5
  • Howard, Oscar B., reverend - 4/5
  • Howard, Steve - 4/5
  • Hubbard, Blues Boy - 4/5
  • Hudspeth, Amie - 13/6
  • Hudspeth, Sharon - 4/5
  • Hughes, Thomas - see Curry, Tim, 2/6; Turner, Kyle, 8/6
  • Human Relations Commission - 4/5
  • Humpin People - 4/5
  • Hunt, Anna - see Benford, Lisa, 1/8
  • Hunt, Joyce - 14/8
  • Hunter, Cynthia J. - 4/5
  • Hunter, Jimmie, reverend - 4/5; 13/6
  • Hurdle, I. Q. - 4/5
  • Hurst, Mary - see Cooksey, Frank, 2/6
  • Huston-Tillotson College
    • General - 4/6, 13/6; see also Hart, Bernice, 4/2; Martin Luther King Day March, 14/12; "Education" FF 04/12/001
    • 1995 AUSPREP - 4/6
    • College Aetna Award - 4/6
    • Dedication Marker - 4/6
    • East side band - 13/6
    • Graduation - 4/6
    • Hall of Fame Award & Coors check Presentation - 4/6
    • Health Fair - 13/6
    • King Seabrook Chapel - 4/6
    • Lady Rams - 13/6; see also Lady Rams, 5/4
    • Miss and Mr. H-TC (1990-1992) - 4/6
    • Rams Basketball Team - 4/6
    • Track & Field Team - 4/6
    • Queen - see Wyatt, Bernadine, 9/3
  • Hutchinson, Earl Ofari - 4/7
  • Hutchison, Kay Bailey, 1943- - 4/7
  • Hutnance, Bob - see Mitchell, Eric, 6/3
  • Ike's Printing & Copy - 4/7
  • International Show Rooms - 4/7
  • International Women's Day - 4/7
  • Ison, Adrienne, sculptor - 14/8
  • Iverson, Johnathan Lee - 4/7
  • Ivory, Scotty - 4/7, 14/8
  • Jack and Jill of America - 4/8
  • Jackson, Andrew, reverend - see Senior Activity Center, 13/11
  • Jackson, Barry, reverend - 13/7
  • Jackson, Dock - 4/8
  • Jackson, Janelle and Jacqulyn - 4/8
  • Jackson, Jesse, 1941- - 4/8, 13/7; see also Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8; Ervin, Larry L., 14/6; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Jackson, Jesse, 1965- - 4/8
  • Jackson, Larry - 4/8; see also Eastside Story Foundation, 3/1
  • Jackson, Linda - 4/8
  • Jackson, Mannie - 4/8
  • Jackson, Maynard - 4/8; see also Bradley, Thomas, 1/11
  • Jackson, Millie - 4/8
  • Jackson, Para L. - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Jackson, Raymond - 4/8
  • Jackson, Robena - 13/7
  • Jackson, Tommy - 13/7
  • Jackson, Yvonne - 4/8
  • Jackson-Lee, Sheila - see Height, Dorothy I., 4/3
  • Jacob, John E. - 4/8
  • Jacobs, J.D., Jr. - see Texas Department of Agriculture, 8/3
  • Jasper, Gladys - 4/8
  • Jazz Festival - 4/8; see also Moran, Jason, 6/4
  • Jenkins, Dorothy - 4/8
  • Jenkins, Sebatha - 4/8
  • Jerkins, Joe - see Pickle, J.J., 6/9
  • Jet Set - 4/8
  • Jewels Beauty Salon - 4/9
  • Jiménez, María Amparo - see Feminist Family Values Forum, 3/5
  • Job Corps Center - 4/9
  • Joe Morgan Beverage Co. - 13/7
  • Joe Turner's Come and Gone - 4/9
  • Johnson Custodial Home - 4/9
  • Johnson High School - 13/7, 14/9
  • Johnson, A. R. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Arlene A. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Carlene - 4/9
  • Johnson, Chris - 4/9
  • Johnson, Clara M. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Courtney L. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Curlean - 4/9
  • Johnson, Dorothy - 4/9
  • Johnson, Earl - see Bradley, Thomas, 1/11
  • Johnson, Eddie Bernice, 1934- - 2/4; see also Black Austin Democrats, 14/3; Richards, Ann, 1933-2006, 7/4; Texas Department of Agriculture, 8/3
  • Johnson, Eloise - see Douglass Club, 2/11
  • Johnson, Garvin: Texaco Store - 4/9; see also "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Johnson, Georgia L. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Jeff - see Byrd, Charles "Nook," 1/13
  • Johnson, Kenny - see Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007 - 4/9; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Johnson, Lajuan M. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Laurie Ann - 4/9
  • Johnson, Lee Edward, Jr. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Maria - 4/9
  • Johnson, Norma - 4/9
  • Johnson, Patsy - 4/9
  • Johnson, Quinndetrick L. - 4/9
  • Johnson, Rebekah, actor - see Christmas Pastorela, 2/3
  • Johnson, W. Van, reverend - 4/9
  • Johnston High School String Ensemble - 4/9
  • Johnston, Daryl - 4/9
  • Jolley, Bennie and Lee Goree - 4/10
  • Jones and Jones Funeral Home - 4/10
  • Jones, Addie - 4/10
  • Jones, Alice - 4/10
  • Jones, Beulah Agnes Curry - 4/10; see also Douglass Club, 2/11, 14/5; Miller, Ernie Mae, 6/3; "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Jones, Carolyn - 4/10
  • Jones, Don, actor - see "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Jones, Eric - 4/10
  • Jones, Gaynell Griffin - 4/10
  • Jones, Harry - 4/10
  • Jones, Howard - 4/10
  • Jones, Iris - 4/10, 14/19; see also Turner, Dorothy, 8/6; Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Jones, Irma - 13/7
  • Jones, James Earl - 4/10
  • Jones, James S. - 13/7
  • Jones, Jeffrie - 4/10
  • Jones, Jimmy - see Jones, Beulah Agnes Curry, 4/10; "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Jones, Joni - 4/10; see also Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1/12
  • Jones, Ken, Jr. - 4/10
  • Jones, L. K., reverend - 13/7
  • Jones, Lynn - 13/7
  • Jones, Paris M., professor - 13/7
  • Jones, Vera - 4/10
  • Jones' Barber Shop - 4/10
  • Jones-Greco, Amanda Jane - 13/7
  • Jordan (Barbara) Elementary School - 4/11
  • Jordan (Barbara) Historical Essay Competition - 4/11
  • Jordan, Barbara, 1936-1996 - 4/11, 13/7; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Jordan, Cleveland - 4/11
  • Joseph, Brian - 4/11
  • Joyce, B.L. - 13/7
  • Joyner, David - 4/11
  • Jue, Francis, actor - see Live Oak Theatre, 5/8
  • Jump On It - 4/11
  • Juneteenth - 4/11, 14/9; see also Delco, Exalton Alfonso, 1929- , 2/8; St. James Baptist Church, 13/11; "Villager Life" FF 04/11/001; "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity - 5/1
  • Kappa Omicron Tau Sorority - 5/1
  • Karp, June - 5/1
  • KAZI - 13/7
  • Kealing Junior High School - 5/1, 14/10
  • Keith, Amos - 5/1
  • Kemp, Jack - 5/1
  • Kendle, Krystal - 13/7
  • Kennedy, Camil - 5/1
  • Kenner, Marshal - 13/7
  • Kent, Jason, coach - 5/1
  • Kenton, Larry -- see Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Kidd, Cynthia - 5/1
  • Killer Bees (Musical group) - 13/7
  • Kimbrough, Marvin G. - 5/1, 14/10; see also Douglass Club, 2/11
  • Kincheon, Jessica - 5/1
  • Kincheon, Thomas Wesley - 5/1; see also Ebenezer Band, 14/6; Ebenezer Baptist Church, 3/1; "Education" FF 04/12/001
  • Kindred, Richard - see Douglas, Marvin H., 2/11
  • Kindred, Richard, Jr. - 5/1
  • King Tears Mortuary - 5/2; see also "People" FF 04/12/002
  • King, Anita - 5/2; see also Kemp, Jack, 5/1
  • King, Bernice - 5/2
  • King, Coretta Scott, 1927-2006
  • King, LeRoy - 5/2
  • King, Marcette - 5/2
  • King, Martin Luther - see Martin Luther King
  • King, Martin Luther, III - 5/2
  • King, Yolanda - see Martin Luther King Day Celebration, 14/12
  • Kinney, Joe - 5/2
  • Kirk, Ankie - 13/7
  • Kirk, Connie - 5/2
  • Kirk, Ron, 1954- - 5/2, 14/10
  • Kirk, Willie Mae - 5/2, 14/10; see also Gil, Mark, 3/9
  • Kirkham, Beth - 5/2
  • Klemperer Trio - 5/2
  • Knee, Stanley L. - 5/2; see also Police Department, 6/10
  • Knight, Florence K. - 5/2
  • Knight, Gladys, 1944- -- see Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Knotts-Green, Sharon - see Silas, Vanessa, 7/10
  • Kocurek, Willie - 5/2
  • Krueger, Robert, 1935- - 5/3; see also Wormley, Bob, 9/2; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Krueger, Pete - 5/3
  • Kuempel, Edmund - 5/3
  • Kumassah, Livingstone - 5/3
  • KVET - 5/3
  • KVUE-TV - 13/7
  • Kwanzaa - 5/3, 14/10
  • La Fontana Apartments - 5/4
  • LaCook, Doug - 5/4
  • Ladies of Distinction - 5/4
  • Lady Knights Basketball Team - 5/4
  • Lady Rams - 5/4; see also Huston-Tillotson College, 13/6
  • Lam Toro West African Dance and Drum - 5/4
  • Lampkin, Catherine - see "Community Life" FF 04/11/002; "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Lampman, Robert - see Levine, Robert, 5/6
  • Landrum, Reverend - 5/4
  • Lands, Sterling, reverend - 5/4, 14/11; see also Doris Miller Auditorium, 14/5; Garret, Frank, reverend, 3/8; Hart, Bernice, 4/2; Turner, Dorothy, 8/6
  • Lane, Dick "Night Train" - 5/5; see also Leaks, Roosevelt, 14/11; "Education" FF 04/12/001
  • Lang, Stephanie - 13/8
  • Larkin, Stephen - 5/5
  • Lavelle, Dorothy - 5/5
  • Lawless, Fannie Mae - 5/5; see also National Urban League, 6/5
  • Lawson, Hortense - 5/5
  • Lawson's Ice Cream - 5/5
  • Le Blanc, Catherine - see Carson, Julia, 2/2
  • Leadership Austin - 13/8
  • Leaks, Roosevelt - 14/11; see also Community College, 2/5
  • Lealand, George (Mickey) - 5/5
  • Leavell, Dorothy - 5/5; see also National Newspaper Publishers Association, 6/5
  • Lebermann, Lowell, 1939-2009 - 13/8; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Ledesma, Stephanie Smith - 5/5
  • Lee, Frannie - 13/8
  • Lee, Flynn - 5/5; see also Travis County Constable candidates, 8/5
  • Lee, Robert - see Food Land #1, 3/5
  • Lee, Sheila Jackson, 1950- - see Black Austin Democrats, 14/3
  • Lee, Spike - 5/5
  • Lee, Warren - 5/5
  • Lee's Barber Shop - 5/5
  • Leffingwell, Lee - see City Council, 14/4
  • Leland, Alison - 14/11; see also Black Austin Democrats, 14/3
  • Leland, Mickey - see "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Lessard, Herman - 5/5; see also Lofton, Michael, 5/8; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3
  • Let's Talk - 5/6
  • Leudner, Ray - see Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/6
  • Levine, Robert - 5/6
  • Lewis, Hugh - see National Newspaper Publishers Association, 13/9
  • Lewis, Justine - 5/6; see also Douglass Club, 2/11
  • Lewis, Marilyn Lanise - 5/6
  • Lewis, Mick - see Richards, Ann, 1933-2006, 7/4
  • Lewis, Willie C. - 5/6, negatives; see also City Council, 2/4; Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Lands, Sterling, reverend, 5/4
  • Lewis-McGowan, Linda - 5/6
  • Liberty Lunch - 13/8
  • Library, Austin Public
    • Carver Branch - 5/6, 14/11, negatives; see also Austin Revitalization Authority, 1/5; "Education" FF 04/12/001
    • Faulk Central Library - see Williams, Ricky, 9/1
    • Oak Springs Branch - 5/6; see also Workplace Literacy Center, 13/13
  • Liem, Brian - 5/6
  • Lifeline Discount Telephone Service - 5/6
  • Lilly, Miss: Annual Easter Trail Ride - 5/6
  • Lin, Wei-Ann, doctor - 5/6
  • Linares, Nora - 5/6
  • Lincoln Juarez College - 5/6
  • Linder, Nelson - 5/6, 13/8, 14/11, 14/19; see also Cash, Selena, 14/4; Juneteenth, 14/9; Kwanzaa, 14/10; Turner, Dorothy, 14/14
  • Lindsay, May - see Douglass Club, 2/11
  • Lindsey, Eva - 5/6, 14/11; see also Obey, Hazel, 13/10
  • Links, Inc. - 5/6, 14/11
  • Lioness Club - 5/6
  • Lions Club - 5/7, 13/8, 14/11
  • Lisa's Attic - 5/8
  • Little, Donnie, 1960- - 14/11
  • Littlefield, Willis - see Bells of Joy, 1/8
  • Live Oak Theatre - 5/8
  • Livingston, Lora - see Austin Black Democrats, 14/3
  • Livingston, Lois - 5/8
  • Lockett, Carl - see Mangione, Chuck, 5/9
  • Lofton, Michael - 5/8
  • Logan, Arthur - 5/8
  • Longbranch Barbecue - see Ben's Longbranch Barbecue
  • Lopiano, Donna - 13/8
  • Loquacity Magazine - 5/8
  • Loredo, Judith G. - see Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/6
  • Lovett, Damon - 5/8
  • Loving, Robin - see City Council, 2/4; Jackson, Linda, 4/8
  • Lowery, Dr. - 5/8
  • Lowery, Joseph - see Leavell, Dorothy, 5/5
  • Lowery, John - see Blake, Renee, 1/10
  • Lucas, Bernice - see Davis, Margaret, 2/7
  • Lucas, John - 13/8
  • Luckett, Tony - 5/8
  • Luna, Gregory - see Ellis, Rodney, 1954- , 3/3
  • Lyons, Henry - 5/8
  • Mabson Field - 5/9
  • Mac Frugal's - 5/9
  • Mackey, Devon - 5/9
  • MacGregor, Stewart - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Madison, Claudell - 13/9
  • Madison, Tara - 5/9
  • Maggy: The Happy Clown - 5/9
  • Malcolm X: Calendar, 1992 - 5/9
  • Malone, Deborah - 5/9
  • Maloney, Frank - 13/9
  • Mangione, Chuck - 5/9
  • Mann, Bettie - 5/9
  • Mann, Leonard - 14/12
  • Mann, Minnie - 14/12; see also Wright, Cora, 14/17
  • Manning, H. - see Baker, Curtin, 1/7
  • Manuel, Michael T. - 13/9
  • Marable, Kathy - see City Council, 2/4
  • March Against Hate - 5/9
  • Marion, Mae - 5/9; see also Leland, Allison, 14/11
  • Marlah, Ms., radio personality - 14/12
  • Marshall Apartments - 5/9
  • Marshall, Byron - 5/9, 14/12; see also Austin Revitalization Authority, 1/5; Urban Music Festival, 14/15
  • Marshall, G. G. - 5/9
  • Marshall, General - 5/9; see also McMillan, Dr. Joseph
  • Marshall, Julyette - 5/9
  • Marshall, Ms. - 5/9
  • Marshall, Ray - see Levine, Robert, 5/6
  • Marshall, Sheri - 13/9
  • Marshall, Tanya - 5/9
  • Marshall, William, 1924-2003 - 5/9
  • Martin Community School - 5/10
  • Martin Luther King - see also Boys' Choir of Harlem, 14/3
    • Community Celebration and March- 5/10, 14/12
    • Sculpture - 5/10; see also Wilson, Terry A., 9/2
  • Martin, Bill "The Mailman" - 5/10, 14/12; see also Akins, Charles, 14/2
  • Martin, Clarence - 5/10
  • Martin, Darrell - 5/10
  • Martin, Rosalee - 5/10, 14/12
  • Martinez, Mike - see City Council, 14/4
  • Marva's - 5/10
  • Mason, Irene - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Massa, David - see City Council, 2/4
  • Massie, Macuin - 5/10
  • Masterson, Ammie N. - 5/10
  • Mathews, Paul - see Wells, Jane H., 8/11
  • Matlock, Sandra - see Black Registry, 1/10
  • Matthew, Al - 5/10
  • Mauro, Garry - 5/11, 13/9; see also Murchison Junior High School, 13/9; "Education" FF 04/12/001
  • Maxwell, Freddie - 5/11, 13/9
  • Mayathula-Khoza, Nandi - see Martin, Rosalee, 5/10
  • Mayo, Lakiesha - 5/11
  • Mays, Anthony, reverend - see Edelen, Loretta, 14/6
  • McAlister, Deana Elizabeth Young - see Young, Dorothy J., 9/4
  • McAlmon, Alex - 5/11
  • McBee, Sue - see Library, Austin Public - Carver Branch, 5/6
  • McBride, Florence - 5/11
  • McCabe, Jewell Jackson - 5/11
  • McCall, Ella - see Carson, Julia, 2/2
  • McCarthy, John E. (John Edward), 1930- - 5/11
  • McClain, Vonshwa R. - 5/11
  • McClellan, Carole Keeton - 5/11; see also Austin Tomorrow, 1/6; Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Texas Publishers Association, 14/14; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • McClendon, B.W., reverend - 13/9
  • McCloney's Florist - 5/11
  • McCown, Scott - 13/9
  • McCracken, Brewster - see City Council, 2/4, 14/4
  • McCray, Mark Anthony - 5/11
  • McCullough Academy of Excellence - 5/11
  • McDaniel, Myra - 5/11, 13/9
  • McDaniel, Tanya - 5/11
  • McDaniel, Tracye - 13/9
  • McDaniels, Ruther - 5/11
  • McDaniels, Tracy - 5/11
  • McDonald, James - 6/1
  • McDonald, Michael - 14/12; see Austin Revitalization Authority, 1/5
  • McDonald, Roberta - 6/1
  • McDonald, Ronnie, judge - see Juneteenth, 14/9
  • McDonald, T.A., reverend - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • McDonald's Heritage Bowl - 6/1
  • McGee, Henry L., reverend - 6/1
  • McKee Darvin - 6/11; see also Dukes-Rhone, Stacy, 2/12; Victory Grill, 8/9
  • McKee, Evelyn P., judge - 6/1, 13/9
  • McKee, Willie - 6/1
  • McKinley, Ora - 6/1
  • McKinney, Cynthia, 1955- - 6/1
  • McKinney, Pamela - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • McKinzie, Gary - 13/9
  • McLucas, Sgt. - 6/1
  • McMillan, Harold - see Jazz Festival, 4/8
  • McMillan, Joseph Turner - 6/1; see also George, Melvin 3/9; Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/3, 13/6; Juneteenth, 4/11; Martin Luther King - Community Celebration, 5/10; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3; Rison, Alton, 7/4; "Education" FF 04/12/001
  • McNeece, Reverend - 6/2
  • McNeil, James L. - 6/2
  • McQueen, Clyde - 6/2
  • Means, Bertha - 6/2; see also National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 6/5; "Community Life" FF 04/11/002; Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Medearis, Haoel - 6/2
  • Medearis, Mildred - see Scott, Mary E., 7/8
  • Meeks, Charles - see Mangione, Chuck, 5/9
  • Mendez Middle School - 6/2
  • Mental Health Mental Retardation Staff - 6/2
  • Mercer, Luke - 6/2; see also Franklin, Barry, 3/6; Travis County Constable candidates, 8/5
  • Merriweather, Vivion - 6/2
  • Mervyn's (Department store) - 6/2
  • Metropolitan A. M. E. Church - 6/2, 13/9, 14/12
  • Mfume, Kwasi - 6/2
  • Michael, George - 6/2
  • Michaels, Charles - 6/2
  • Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation - 6/2
  • Midnight Basketball - 6/2, 14/12
  • Milburn, Kathy - 6/2
  • Miles, Charles - see Daughters of Elk, 13/4
  • Miles, Floyd, III - 6/2
  • Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex - 6/3, 14/12; see also Kwanzaa, 14/10; Villager Newspaper - Youth Brigade, 14/16
  • Miller, Elaine - 6/3
  • Miller, Ernie Mae - 6/3
  • Miller, Herbert A., Jr. - 6/3
  • Miller, Ivan - 6/3
  • Miller, Zell, III - 6/3; see also Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Millie's - 6/3
  • Millings, Deborah - see Anderson, Evelyn 1/3
  • Mills, Jim - 6/3
  • Mills, Joe - see Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/6; Juneteenth, 4/11
  • Minit Mart Food Store - 6/3
  • Minority Business Affairs - 6/3
  • Minority Press - 6/3
  • Minter, Steven - see Bradley, Thomas, 1/11
  • Mireles, Brigido H. - 6/3
  • Miss Black Austin - see "People" FF 04/12/002
  • Miss East Austin - 6/3; see also "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Mitchell, Bryon - 13/9
  • Mitchell, Eric - 6/3, 14/12; see also City Council, 2/4; De Leon, Marcus, 14/5; Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Hernandez, Paul, 14/8; Huston-Tillotson College, 4/3; Linder, Nelson, 14/11; Todd, Bruce, 8/5; Urdy, Charles, 8/8
  • Mitchell, Smoot Carl - 13/9
  • Mitchie's Gallery - 14/12
  • Mobile Dental Unit - 6/4
  • Moellenhoff, James - 6/4
  • Mohammed, Iman Warith Deen - 6/4
  • Mok, Amy - 6/4
  • Monroe, Marilyn, CAE - 6/4
  • Monsanto Apartments - 6/4
  • Monsho, Kharen - 14/12
  • Monson, Lashayla - 13/9
  • Moore, A., coach - 13/9
  • Moore, Alex, Sr., blues artist - 13/9
  • Moore, Alvin, coach - 6/4; see also Untitled exhibit panel, FF 04/11/003
  • Moore, Cecil - 6/4
  • Moore, Ethel - 6/4
  • Moore, Lydia - 6/4
  • Moore, Margaret - 13/9
  • Moore, Maurice - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Moore, Rudy - 6/4
  • Morales, Dan - see Thompson, Senfronia, 8/4
  • Moran, Jason - 6/4
  • Moreau, Walter - see Foundation Communities, 3/6
  • Morgan, Cheryl H. - 6/4
  • Morris, Edward (see Austin Academy)
  • Morse, S., professor - 6/4
  • Morton, Azie Taylor - 6/4
  • Moseley, Deborah - 6/4
  • Moseley's Woodcraft, Inc. - 6/4
  • Mosely, Johnny C. - 6/4
  • Mosley, James - 6/4
  • Mosley, Paul - 6/4
  • Mosley, Roger E., 1938- - 6/4; see also "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church - 6/4
  • Muhammad, Akbar - 6/4
  • Muhammad, Ben - 6/4
  • Muhammad, Jennifer - see City Council, 2/4
  • Munroe, Myles - 6/4
  • Murchison Junior High School - 13/9
  • Murphy, Harriet, judge - 6/4; see also Black Austin Democrats, 14/3; Davis, Melody, 2/7; Victory Grill, 8/9
  • Murray, LaCresha - 6/4
  • Murrell, Clayton - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Nader, Ralph - 6/5
  • Nance, Dorothy - 6/5
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - 6/5, 14/13; see also Linder, Nelson, 14/11; see also "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • National Bank of Texas - 6/5
  • National Boys and Girls Club - 6/5
  • National Council of Negro Women - see Black History Bowl, 1/10
  • National Newspaper Publishers Association (U.S.) - 6/5, 13/9
  • National Urban League - 6/5, 14/13; see also Evans, Akwasi, 14/6; Williams, Roy Levy, 9/1
  • National Women of Achievement - 14/13
  • Neal, Fred "Curly," 1942- - 6/6
  • Neel, Reverend - 6/6
  • Neeley, Ann - see Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10; Keeling Junior High School, 5/1
  • Neil, Dan, Jr. - 6/6
  • Nelson, Wanda - 6/6
  • Nesby, Donald Ray - 13/9
  • Neves, Narvell - 6/6
  • New Covenant - 6/6
  • Newby, Brian C. - 6/6
  • Newman, David "Fathead" - 6/6
  • Newsome, Ivry - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Newton, Lloyd, captain - 6/6
  • NexTech - 6/6
  • Nickerson, Carla - 6/6; see also Deep in the Heart of Texas, 2/8; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3; Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Nickerson, Marian - see Capital Metro, 14/4
  • Nickerson-Adams, Sigele - 6/6
  • Nineteenth Street Baptist Church - 6/6
  • No Jive - 6/6
  • Nobles, Henry - 6/6
  • Nofziger, Max - 6/6; see also City Council, 13/3
  • North Cross Mall - 6/6
  • Norwood Tower - see 7th Street West 114, 1/1
  • Nugent, Jerry - 6/6
  • Nugent, Luci Baines Johnson - 6/6; see also Dryden, Bud, doctor, 2/11; King, Coretta Scott, 5/2
  • O'Neill, Tip - see Friedman, Jeff, 3/7
  • Oak Manor - 6/7
  • Oak Springs Library Branch - see Library, Austin Public - Oak Springs
  • Obey, Hazel - 13/10, 14/13
  • Ochoa, Rick, actor - see Christmas Pastorela, 2/3
  • Ocklin, Courtney - 6/7
  • Old Time Shorty's Bar - 14/13
  • Oliphant, Rosalind - 6/7
  • Omni Hotel - 6/7
  • Opiela, Leroy - see City Council, 2/4
  • Organ, Ella - 6/7
  • Organ, Robert M. - 6/7
  • Orr, Tammy - see Blake, Renee, 1/10
  • Ortega-Carter, Delores - 13/10
  • Orum, Eddie - 6/7
  • Osborne, Jeffrey - 6/7; see also National Urban League, 14/13
  • Oscar Snowden's TV and Appliance - 6/7
  • Otis, Jack - see Bradley, Thomas, 1/11
  • Outreach Productions - 6/7
  • Overstreet, Morris - 6/7, 13/10; see also Edelen, Loretta, 3/2
  • Overton, Kerry - 6/7
  • Overton, Volma - 6/7; see also National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 6/5; Urdy, Charles, 8/8; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Owens, Almaree - 6/7
  • Owens, Vivian - 6/7
  • Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer - 6/8
  • Palmer Auditorium - 6/8
  • Palmer, Mary Ann - 6/8
  • Paramount Theater - 6/8
  • Parker, Allen, Sr. - 6/8
  • Parker, Joseph, reverend - 14/13; see also George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, 14/7; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 14/13
  • Parker, LaToya - 6/8
  • Parker, Thomas C., actor - see Live Oak Theatre, 5/8
  • Parks and Recreation Department - 6/8
  • Parks, Gordon - see Barnes, Marion, 1/7; see Davis, Barbara, 2/7
  • Parks, Gordon, 1912-2006 - see "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Parks, Sonja - 6/8; see also Pro Arts Collective, 6/11; Root Wy'mn Theatre Co., 7/5
  • Pastorela, La - 6/8
  • Patterson, Alvin - 13/10, 14/13; see also Al Edwards Emancipator Award, 1/2; Lands, Sterling, reverend, 14/11; "Community Life" FF 04/11/002
  • Patterson, Helen C. - 6/8
  • Patterson, Roy L. - 13/10; see also "Education" FF 04/12/001
  • Paulette's Salon - 6/8
  • Payler, Bill - 6/8
  • Payne, Laurence - 13/10
  • Peaceworks - 6/8
  • Pearce Junior High School - 13/10; see also Edelen, Loretta, 3/2
  • Pearson, Toby - see Leadership Austin, 13/8
  • Peete, Calvin - 6/8
  • Pelette, Robert - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Pena, Stephanie - 6/8
  • Pendergrass, Kalan - 6/8
  • Pennington, Gloria - 6/8
  • Penter, Bonnie - 6/8
  • People's Community Clinic - 6/8
  • Peoples Pharmacy - 6/8
  • Perez, Ramiro - 6/8
  • Perez, Ron - 6/8
  • Perez, Veronica - 6/8
  • Perez-Greene, Margot - 6/8
  • Perkins, Cindy - 6/9
  • Perkins, Elisha - 6/9
  • Perot, Ross - campaign - 6/9
  • Perry, Anita - see Texas Conference for Women, 14/14
  • Perry, Rick, 1950- - 6/9; see also Doris Miller Auditorium, 14/5
  • Perry, Roz - 6/9
  • Peters, Martha - 6/9
  • Petit, Catherine - 6/9
  • Phase's Restaurant and Lounge - 6/9
  • Phelps, Don - 6/9
  • Phifer, Bernadette - 6/9; see also Douglas, Marvin H., 14/5; George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, 3/9, 14/7
  • Phillips, Cherise - 14/13; see also Capital Metro, 14/4
  • Phillips, Della - 13/10
  • Phonographic Records - 6/9
  • Pi Delta Kappa Sorority - 6/9
  • Pickens, Damien - see Byrd, Charles "Nook," 1/13
  • Pickle, J. J. - 6/9; see also National Urban League, 6/5; Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Pigford, W. E. - 6/9
  • Pink Panther #2 - 6/9
  • Piper, Benee - 6/9
  • Piper, Bobby - 6/9
  • Pitts, Michael J. - 6/10
  • Planned Parenthood Federation of America - 13/10
  • Podhoretz, Norman - 6/10
  • Poets - 6/10
  • Police Department - 6/10
  • Polikov, Paul - see Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Politics - 6/10
  • Polk, Curtis - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Polk, Henry - 6/10
  • Pollard, Simone - 6/10
  • Pool, Frank M. - see Wells, Jane H. 8/11
  • Poole, Ira - 13/10
  • Popsi's - 6/10
  • Porter, Inez - 6/10
  • Porter, Shirley - 6/10
  • Poussaint, Alvin - 6/10
  • Powell, George - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Prairie View A&M University - 6/10
  • Presbyterian Church of America - 6/10
  • Prestage, Jewel - 6/10
  • Price, Hugh B. - see Williams, Roy Levy, 9/1
  • Price, Richard - see Victory Grill, 8/9
  • Priestly Ottoman's - 6/10
  • Priestly, Cherryl - 13/10
  • Pro Arts Collective - 6/11
  • Progressive National Baptist Convention - 7/1
  • Project New Start - 7/1
  • Protests and Demonstrations
    • General - 7/1, 13/10, 14/13; see also Kirk, Willie Mae, 14/10; Linder, Nelson, 14/11; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 14/13; "Police - Protest" FF 04/12/003
    • Austin Police Department - 7/1
    • Day without Violence - 7/1
    • Jobs with Justice - 7/1
    • March Against Hate - 7/1
    • Monsho Hughes - 7/1
    • Nigeria - 7/1
    • Police Brutality - 7/1
    • Privatization - 7/1
    • Sept. 11, 2002 Candlelight Vigil - 7/1
    • Youth March - 7/1
  • Pryor, LaRita - 7/1, 14/13
  • Quality Inn - 7/2
  • Quality Time Orchestra - 7/2
  • Quander, Joseph D. - 7/2
  • Quiet Storm (Musical group) - 13/11
  • Quincy, Ronald L. - 7/2
  • Ramirez, Joe - 7/3
  • Ramirez, Samuel
    • Demonstration - 7/3
    • Trial - 7/3
  • Ramos, Luis - 7/3
  • Randolph, Charles - see Taylor Gallery, 14/14
  • Rashi, Omar - 7/3
  • Rashid, Nashid A. - 7/3
  • Reagan High School - 13/11, 14/13
  • Rebuild Half Way House - see 12th Street East 1028
  • Reed, Beatrice - see Carson, Julia, 2/2
  • Reed, Gerald R. - 7/3
  • Reeves, Diane - 7/3
  • Reeves, Eddie - 13/11
  • Reid, S. B. - 7/3
  • Religion
    • McNeece - 7/3
    • Staying in the Face of God - 7/3
    • Youth for Christ - 7/3
  • Renetta, Tracey - 7/3
  • Resnik, Diana - 7/3
  • Resurrection Community Choir - 7/3
  • Revolution Club - 7/3
  • Reyes, Frumencio - see Ellis, Rodney, 1954- , 3/3
  • Reynolds, Ronney - 7/4, 13/11; see also Barrientos, Gonzalo, 1/7; City Council, 2/4; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3
  • Rhone, Marjorie - 7/4
  • Rich, Luis J., reverend - 7/4; see also St. Luke, 7/7
  • Richard, Jeffrey - 14/13; see also Edelen, Loretta, 14/6
  • Richard, Maude - 7/4
  • Richards, Ann, 1933-2006 - 7/4; see also Guerrero, Lena, 3/11; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Richardson, Grace - 7/4
  • Richardson, Susan - 14/13
  • Richardson, Willie - 7/4
  • Rider, Kathy - 13/11; see also Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10
  • Rio Restaurant - 7/4
  • Rising Start Baptist Church - 7/4
  • Rison, Alton and Martha - 7/4
  • Rivera, Victor - 7/4
  • Rivers, Felicia - see Thomas, Danny, 8/4
  • Roberts, Charles - 7/4
  • Roberts, Deronza - 13/11
  • Roberts, George, artist - 7/4, 14/13
  • Roberts, Tangela - 7/4
  • Roberts, Velma - 7/4; see also "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Robertson, Alvin - 7/5
  • Robinson, Dora and family - 7/5
  • Robinson, Georgia Nell Thompson - see Scott, Mary E., 7/8
  • Robinson, Harold T. - 7/5
  • Robinson, Hazel - 7/5
  • Robinson, Janice - 7/5
  • Robinson, Mamie - see Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10; Keeling Junior High School, 5/1
  • Robinson, Shuronda - 7/5
  • Robles, Zoraida - 7/5
  • Rochon, Stephanie - 7/5
  • Rodgers, LaTasha - 7/5
  • Rodgers, Shannon Joy - 7/5
  • Rodriguez, Marlene A. - 7/5
  • Rodriguez-Mendoza, Amalia - 7/5, 13/11
  • Roland, Stella - 7/5, 14/13; see also Juneteenth, 4/11; Lands, Sterling, reverend, 14/11; Turner, Dorothy, 8/6
  • Role models - 7/5
  • Root Wy'mn Theatre Co. - 7/5
  • Rosewood Park and Recreation Center - 7/5; see also "Education" FF 04/12/001; "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Ross Transmission - 7/6
  • Ross, Florence - see Flo's Lounge, 3/5
  • Ross, Juanita - 7/6, 13/11
  • Ross, Mary - 13/11
  • Rossow, Debbie Waddy - 13/11
  • Rougeau, Weldon J. - 7/6
  • Rowan, Carl - 7/6
  • Roy Redmond Trio - see "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Royal, Darrell - see Edwards, Al, 14/6
  • RSVP - 7/6
  • Russell, Hige - 13/11
  • Russell, Huge, Jr. - 13/11
  • Russell, Jerry - 7/6
  • Rutherford Elementary School - see Edelen, Loretta, 3/2
  • Rylander, Carole Keeton - see McClellan, Carole Keeton
  • Rylander's Store - 7/6
  • St. Cecilia Jazz Festival - 7/7
  • St. Charles House - 7/7
  • St. Edward's University
    • Awakening of Texas People - 7/7
    • Football Game - 7/7
    • Mary Moody Northen Theatre for the Performing Arts - 7/7
  • St. James Baptist Church - 7/7, 13/11
  • St. James Episcopal Church - 7/7, 13/11
  • St. John Church of God in Christ - 7/7
  • St. John Colony Historical Marker - 13/11
  • St. John Regular Baptist Association - 7/7
  • St. John's Church of God in Christ - 7/7
  • St. John's Neighborhood Resource Center - 7/7
  • St. John's Recreational Center - 7/7
  • St. Joseph Grand Lodge - 7/7, 13/11
  • St. Luke - 7/7
  • St. Stephen's School - 7/7
  • Sak N' Go - 7/7
  • Salina Senior Center - 7/7; see also "People" FF 04/12/002; "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Sally Watterson Chapter 42 Order of the Eastern Star - 7/7
  • Sam's BBQ - 7/7
  • Samuelson, David - 7/7
  • Sanchez, Tony - 7/7; see also Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3
  • Sanders, Betty - 7/7
  • Sandling, Craig - 7/7
  • Santa Claus - 7/7
  • Satcher, David, 1941- - 7/7
  • Saucedo, Paul - see Dukes-Rhone, Stacy, 2/12
  • Sauls, Quincy E. - 7/7
  • Sawyer, Lisa - see City Council, 2/4
  • Saxon, David - 7/7
  • SBC Twentieth Century American Art Exhibit - 7/7
  • Scales, Lydia - 7/8; see also Cooksey, Frank, 2/6
  • Scales, Norman, III - 7/8
  • Schmitzer, Frank - 7/8
  • Scholarship recipients - 7/8
  • Scott, Donnie - 7/8
  • Scott, Mary E. - 7/8
  • Scott, Mary Shy - 7/8
  • Scott, Maurice - 7/8
  • Scott, Richard - 7/8, 13/11; see also Anderson, Andy 1/3; Black Austin Democrats, 14/3; Urdy, Charles, 8/8
  • Scranton, Maria - see Austin/Travis County Community Health Center, 1/6
  • Scruggs, Joe - 7/8
  • Sears (Department store) - 7/8
  • Selleck, Tom, 1945- - see Mosley, Roger E., 6/4
  • Sematech - 7/8
  • Senior Activity Center - 7/8, 13/11
  • Serles, Robert - see Bethune-Dubois Christmas Party, 1/9
  • Servin-Lopez, Celia - see City Council, 2/4
  • Seton Hospital - 13/11
  • Shalala, Donna E. - 7/9
  • Shamrock Lounge - 7/9
  • Shannon, Betty - 7/9
  • Sharp, John - 7/9; see also Overstreet, Morris, 6/7
  • Sharp, Porter, Jr., reverend - 7/9
  • Shaw, Alvin - 7/9
  • Shaw, April - 7/9
  • Shaw, Deborah - 13/11
  • Shaw, Jason - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Shaw's Garage - 7/9
  • Shaw-Burns, Creola - see Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3
  • Shea, Brigid - 7/9, 13/11; see also Gates, Charles, 3/9; City Council, 13/3
  • Shearer Motor Cars - 7/9
  • Sheffield, Mike - 7/9
  • Sheppherd, Eric - 7/9
  • Shinhoster, Earl T. - 7/9
  • Sho Palace - 7/9
  • Shorter, Colby, III - 7/9
  • Shorty's Club - 7/9
  • Sibley, T. J. - 7/10
  • Siebenaler, Frank - 7/10
  • Sikes, Melvin - 13/11
  • Silas, James - 7/10
  • Silas, Vanessa - 7/10
  • Silver Ridge Apartments - 7/10
  • Simmons, Henry T. - 7/10
  • Simmons, Rosemary - 7/10
  • Simond, Ada - 7/10; see also Library, Austin Public, 5/6
  • Simpson United Methodist Church Men's Organization - 13/11
  • Simpson, Robert - see Bethune-Dubois Christmas Party, 1/9
  • Sims Elementary School - 7/10
  • Sims, Michael S. - 7/10
  • Singleton, Kathryn - 7/10
  • Sisnett, Ana - see Poets, 6/10
  • Skip & Stop Grocery - 7/10
  • Slaughter, D. - 7/10
  • Slusher, Daryl - 7/10; see also City Council, 2/4
  • Smith, Bennett W., Sr. - 7/10
  • Smith, Eunice - 7/10
  • Smith, K. - 7/10
  • Smith, Keynesia - 13/11
  • Smith, Krystina - 7/10
  • Smith, Lee A. - 7/10
  • Smith, Melanie - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Smith, Paul - 7/10
  • Smith, Paula R. - 7/10
  • Smith, Quintin - 7/10
  • Smith, Raphael C., reverend - 7/10
  • Smith, Rashanda - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Smith, Susan - 7/10
  • Smith, Terry S. - 7/10
  • Smith, V. - 7/10
  • Smith, Vernice T. - 13/11
  • Snead, Dr. - 7/11
  • Sneed Realtors - 7/11, negatives
  • Sneed, Paula - 7/11
  • Snell, Jimmy - 7/11; see also Atlanta Life Insurance, 1/5; City Council, 2/4; Davidson, Dan, 2/7; Mauro, Garry, 5/11; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 6/5; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Softball - 7/11
  • Solomon, Charles - 7/11
  • Sonn, Franklin, 1939- - see Edelen, Michael, 3/2
  • Sorrells, John H., pastor - 7/11
  • Soul Boutique - 7/12; see also "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Soul Corner Bar-B-Q - 7/12
  • Soul Train Club - 7/12
  • Soul Zodiac - 7/12
  • South Austin Medical Center - 7/12
  • Southern Dinette - 7/12
  • Southgate-Lewis House (W. H. Passon Historical Society) - 7/12
  • Spaulding, C.C. - 13/11
  • Spearman, Pat - 7/12
  • Spears, Anthony - 7/12
  • Spears, Nelda Wells - 7/12
  • Spears, Shebah - 14/13
  • Speedway Barber Shop - 7/12
  • Spellman, Tonya - 7/12
  • Spelman, Bill - 7/12; see also City Council, 2/4
  • Spelman, Patricia - 7/12
  • Spence, Donald - 7/12, 14/13; see also "Education" FF 04/12/001
  • Spencer, Gregg - 7/12
  • Sports: Bat Boys - 7/12
  • State Farm Insurance Companies - 8/1
  • State Highway (SH) 130: CAMPO Board Meeting - 8/1
  • State Theater - 8/1
  • "Staying in the Face of God" - 8/1
  • Steele, Carolyn Odom - see Williams, Roy Levy, 9/1
  • Steinem, Gloria - see Feminist Family Values Forum, 3/5
  • Stephen F. Austin Hotel - 8/1
  • Sterling-Boone, Lucy - 13/11
  • Stewart, Annell - 8/1
  • Stewart, Bill - 8/1
  • Stewart, Don - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Stewart, James T. - 8/1; see also Bells of Joy, 1/8
  • Stewart, Jerry - 8/1
  • Stewart, Martha - see Texas Conference for Women, 14/14
  • Stewart, Michael Cal, actor - see Live Oak Theatre, 5/8
  • Stewart, Roosevelt - 8/1
  • Stich-N-Sound - see Medearis, Haoel, 6/2
  • Stiner, Daisy - 8/1
  • Street vendor - 8/1
  • Street, Mr. - 8/1
  • Strong, David L. - 8/1
  • Style Show - 8/1
  • Sullivan, Dr. - 8/1
  • Sullivan, Leon H., reverend - 8/1
  • Sunny Wigs - 8/1
  • Superior Elevations (Musical group) - see "Entertainment" FF 04/13/002
  • Sutton, Claudia - 13/11
  • Sutton, Garlington Jerome, 1909-1976 - 8/1
  • Sutton, Percy - 8/1
  • Swain, Gus - see Huston-Tillotson College - General, 4/6
  • Swan, David - see Byrd, Charles "Nook," 1/13
  • Symphony Orchestra, Austin - 8/1
  • Symphony Square - 8/1
  • Talking Bones - 8/2
  • Tamayo, Rhonda R. - 8/2
  • Tannehill, Mike - see Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12
  • Tapestry Dance Company - 8/2
  • Taylor Independence Festival Tennis Tournament - 8/2
  • Taylor Gallery - 14/14
  • Taylor, Jerry - 8/2
  • Taylor, La Baron - 8/2
  • Taylor, Oliver E. - 8/2
  • Taylor-Edwards, Cynthia A. - 8/2
  • Taylor-King, John Q. - 8/2, 14/14; see also Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8; Doris Miller Auditorium, 14/5; Franklin, Barry, 3/6
  • Taylor-Morton, Azie - see Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12
  • Teeters, Nancy - 8/3
  • Tennis - 8/3
  • Terry, Mark - 8/3
  • Terry's Seafood Market - 8/3
  • Texas Academy of Excellence - 8/3
  • Texas African American Heritage Organization - 8/3
  • Texas Boyz - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Texas Coalition of Black Democrats - 14/14
  • Texas Conference for Women - 14/14
  • Texas Department of Agriculture - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Texas Music Museum - 14/14
  • Texas Parks & Wildlife Department - 8/3, 14/14
  • Texas Publicists Meeting - 14/14
  • Texas Publishers Association - 8/3, 13/12, 14/14; see also "Villager Life" FF 04/11/001
  • Texas Retired Teachers Association - 8/3
  • Texas State Employee March - negatives
  • Theard, Paula C. - see Earvin, Larry, 3/1
  • Thomas Grocery Store - 8/4
  • Thomas, Carla - 8/4
  • Thomas, Danny - 8/4, 14/14; see also City Council, 2/4; George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, 14/7; McCullough Academy of Excellence, 5/11
  • Thomas, Dario - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Thomas, Irma - 13/12
  • Thomas, Marlo - see Charitech, 2/3
  • Thomas, Robert R. - 8/4
  • Thompson, Beulah M. - see Douglass Club, 2/11
  • Thompson, Ethel W. - 8/4
  • Thompson, Irene Hill - 8/4
  • Thompson, Kenneth - 14/14
  • Thompson, Mary Yerwood - 8/4
  • Thompson, Senfronia, 1939- - 8/4; see also Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8
  • Thompson, Vernie - 8/4
  • Tillis, Tiffany - see Spears, Sheba, 14/13
  • Timbes, Elaine - see Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Tips Building - see Congress Avenue 708, 1/1
  • Todd, Bruce - 8/5, 13/12; see also Akins, Charles, 1/2; City Council, 2/4; Doggett, Lloyd, 2/10
  • Tollivar, Bernice - 8/5
  • Tolliver, J., reverend - 13/12
  • Top Ladies of Distinction - 8/5, 14/14
  • TOPS - 8/5
  • Torre, Marita de la, actor - see Christmas Pastorela, 2/3
  • Touch of Class - 8/5
  • Tower, John - 8/5
  • Town Lake - 8/5
  • Trask, Mililani - see Feminist Family Values Forum, 3/5
  • Travis County Constable Candidates - 8/5
  • Travis High School - 13/12
  • Travolta, John, 1954- - 8/5
  • Trevino, John - 8/5; see also City Council, 2/4; Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Trevino, Lee - 8/5
  • Tribal Nation (Musical Group) - 8/5
  • Tschurr, Mark - 8/5, 13/12
  • Tucker, C. DeLores - 13/12; see also Carson, Julia, 2/2; Height, Dorothy I., 4/3; McCabe, Jewell Jackson, 5/11; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 6/5
  • Tucker, Geraldine - 8/5
  • Turner, Dorothy - 8/6, 13/12, 14/14; see also Kwanzaa, 14/10; Mitchell, Eric, 6/3; Roberts, Velma, 7/4
  • Turner, Howard - see Frenchie's Restaurant, 3/7
  • Turner, Irie - 8/6
  • Turner, Kyle - 8/6
  • Turner, Sylvester, 1954- - 8/6; see also Delco, Wilhelmina R., 2/8
  • Tuskegee Airmen - 8/6
  • Twin Oaks Shopping Center - 8/6
  • U. S. Census - 8/7
  • U. S. Post Office - 8/7
  • Udoh, Cletus, reverend - 8/7
  • Uglies (Musical group) - 13/12
  • Ulrich, Larry - 8/7
  • Uncle Thom's Cabin Bar-B-Q - 8/7
  • Union Lee Baptist Church - 8/7
  • United Negro College Fund - 8/7
  • Uniting Nationalities in Today's Youth (U.N.I.T.Y.) - 8/7
  • University of Texas
    • Adult Fitness Center - 8/7
    • Austin Student's Association - 8/7
    • Bass Concert Hall - 8/7
    • Department of Theater and Dance - 8/7
    • Football - 8/7
    • Longhorn - 8/7
    • Martin Luther King Speeches - 8/7
    • Neighborhood Longhorns - 8/7
    • School of Communication - 8/7
    • Tower - 8/7
    • University Interscholastic League - 8/7
    • University Outreach - 8/7
  • Unsung Heroes - 8/8, negatives; see also Al Edwards Un-sung Hero Award, 1/2
  • Upward Bound - 8/8
  • Urban Leadership Foundation - 8/8
  • Urban Music Festival - 14/15
  • Urdy, Charles - 8/8, 13/12, 14/15; see also Austin Revitalization Authority, 1/5; Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Hart, Bernice, 4/2; Krueger, Robert, 1935- , 5/3; City Council, 13/3; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Urdy Plaza - 14/15
  • Utotem - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Vadala, Chris - see Mangione, Chuck, 5/9
  • Valdez Gomez, Vicky - see Capital Metro, 2/1
  • Valdez, Gary - 8/9
  • Van Os, David - 8/9
  • Van Zandt, Betty - 8/9
  • Van Zandt, Lawrence - 13/12
  • Vance, Boyd - 13/12; see also Library, Austin Public - Carver Branch, 5/6; Pro Arts Collective, 6/11; Wyatt, Tommy, 9/3
  • Vaughn, Elizabeth - 8/9
  • Vela, Stacy - 8/9
  • Victory Grill - 8/9, 13/12, 14/16; see also Anderson, Leon 1/3; Curry, Tim, 2/6
  • Villager Newspaper
    • General - 8/9, 14/16; see also "Villager Life" FF 04/11/001
    • Annual Golf Tournament - 14/16
    • Youth Brigade - 14/16; see also "Villager Life" FF 04/11/001
  • Vision Village - 8/9
  • Von Ohlen, Michael - 8/9
  • Vortex Theater - 8/9
  • Voudouris, Johnny - 8/9
  • W. C. Clark Blues Band - see City Council, 14/4
  • Wade, Margaret - 8/10
  • Wade, Melvin - 13/13
  • Wainwright, J. Dale, 1961- - 14/17
  • Waite, David, Major - see City Council, 2/4
  • Walker, Adrian - 8/10
  • Walker, Juliet - 8/10
  • Walker, M. C., reverend - 8/10
  • Walker, Rodney D. - 8/10, 13/13
  • Walker, Sheila - 8/10
  • Walkin, George C. - 8/10
  • Wallace, Charles - 8/10
  • Wallace, Ruth - 8/10, 14/17
  • Waller, Calvin A. H. - 8/10
  • Walnut Manor - 8/10
  • Walsh, Judy - see City Council, 2/4
  • Ware, Howard, coach - see Edwards, Al, 14/6
  • Ward, Ouida L. - 8/10
  • Warfield, Dr. - 8/10
  • Warfield, J., Ms. - 8/10
  • Warner, Malcom Jamal - 8/10
  • Wash, Ben - 8/10; see also Ben's Long Branch Barbecue, 1/8; "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Washington, Craig Anthony, 1941- - see Black Austin Democrats, 14/3
  • Washington, Joe - 8/10
  • Waters, Lenora - 8/10
  • Watkins, Barbara Lord - see Davis, Melody, 2/7
  • Watkins, George - 8/10
  • Watkins, Tom - see National Newspaper Publishers Association, 13/9
  • Watson, Elder D. E. - 8/10
  • Watson, Elizabeth - 8/10; see also Todd, Bruce, 8/5
  • Watson, Kirk - 8/10; see also City Council, 2/4; Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12; Griffin, Marvin, reverend, 3/11
  • Watson, Laurie - see Carter, Lee Otis, 2/2
  • Watson, Michael - 8/10; see also Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Watson, Sam - 8/10
  • Watts-Brown, Bridgette - 13/13
  • Watts-Davis, Beverly - 13/13
  • Watts Enco - 8/11
  • Wayfield, John - 8/11
  • Webb Middle School - 8/11
  • Webb, Rhonda Rachelle - 8/11
  • Webb, Wallington - 8/11
  • Weddington, Sarah Ragle - 8/11; see also "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Wells, Aaron - 8/11
  • Wells, Andrean - 8/11
  • Wells, Jane H. - 8/11
  • Welton, John - see City Council, 2/4
  • Wenning, G. Austin - see Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • West, Royce - 8/11, 14/17; see also Black Enterprise Luncheon, 14/3; Dukes, Dawnna, 14/5
  • Weston, Cathy - 13/13
  • Westwood High School - 8/11
  • Wexler, Mel - see Leadership Austin, 13/8
  • White, Lavelle - 8/11
  • White, Louie W. - 8/11, 13/13
  • White, Lucky - 8/11
  • White, Sidney - 13/13; see also Wormly, Bob, 9/2
  • Wig Mart - 8/11
  • Wig Town - 8/11
  • Wilburn, Michael - 9/1
  • Wild Life Expo - 9/1
  • Wild Magnolias - 9/1
  • Wilkins, Ray, Jr. - 9/1
  • Williams, Annell - 13/13
  • Williams, Armelia - 9/1
  • Williams, Arnold - 9/1
  • Williams, Augustine - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Williams, Barbara - 9/1, 14/17; see also McMillan, Joseph Turner, 6/1
  • Williams, Bert - 9/1
  • Williams, Beatrice - 9/1
  • Williams, Charles - 9/1
  • Williams, Charles A., Jr. - 9/1
  • Williams, Daniel L. - 13/13
  • Williams, David A. - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Williams, Elaine - see Deep in the Heart of Texas, 2/8
  • Williams, Ethan - 9/1
  • Williams, Frank - 9/1
  • Williams, George - 13/13
  • Williams, Iris - 9/1
  • Williams, J.R., reverend - see Franklin, E.M., reverend, 3/6
  • Williams, Larry - 9/1
  • Williams, Marcia - 9/1; see also Benford, Lisa, 1/8; Doris Miller Auditorium, 14/5; Pro Arts Collective, 6/11
  • Williams, Marcus - 9/1
  • Williams, Michael Lawrence, 1953- - 9/1, 14/17
  • Williams, Nancy - see Dukes, Dawnna, 2/12
  • Williams, Otis - 9/1
  • Williams, Porter - 9/1
  • Williams, Ricky, 1977- - 9/1
  • Williams, Robyn - 9/1
  • Williams, Roy Levy - 9/1
  • Williams, Shawn - 9/1
  • Williams, Stephen - 9/1
  • Williams, Sugar - see Victory Grill, 8/9
  • Williams, Toni - 14/17
  • Williams, Vernice - 9/1
  • Williams, Wanda - 13/13
  • Williams, Willie - 9/1
  • Willie's - 9/2
  • Wilson, Barbara - 13/13
  • Wilson, Bruce - see Texas African American Heritage Organization, 8/3
  • Wilson, Flora - 9/2
  • Wilson, Robert - 9/2
  • Wilson, Ronald R., representative - see "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Wilson, Terry A. - 9/2, 14/17
  • Winston, Judith - 9/2
  • Winter - 9/2
  • Witt, Tom - 9/2
  • Wolf, Leo - 9/2
  • Woods, Mary L. - 13/13
  • Wooley, George - 13/13
  • Wooten Building - see 10th Street East 107, 1/1
  • Workplace Literacy Center - 13/13
  • Wormley, Bob - 9/2
  • Wormley, Leroy - see City Council, 2/4; Jackson, Linda, 4/8
  • Worthy, James - 9/2
  • Wright, ? - 9/2
  • Wright, Cora - 14/17
  • Wright, Charles - 9/2
  • Wright, Courtney - 9/2
  • Wright, Helen - 9/2
  • Wright, James Louis, III - 13/13
  • Wyatt, Bernadine - 9/3
  • Wyatt, Tommy - 9/3, 13/13, 14/17; see also Anderson, Ada, 1/3; Breakfast Club, 14/3; Capital Metro, 14/4; Daughters of Elk, 13/4; Edelen, Loretta, 3/2; Evans, Akwasi, 3/4; Jones, Iris, 4/10; Kwanzaa, 14/10; Marshall, Byron, 14/12; Minority Press, 6/3; National Newspaper Publishers Association, 13/9; Silas, James, 7/10; Texas Publishers Association, 8/3, 13/12, 14/14; Villager Newspaper, 14/16; "Community Life" FF 04/11/002; "Politics" FF 04/12/004
  • Wynn, Will - 14/17; see also City Council, 2/4, 14/4
  • Yancey, John - see Urdy Plaza, 14/15
  • Yellow Jacket Citizen Band Club - 9/4
  • Yellow Jacket Club - 9/4
  • Yellow Jacket Stadium - 9/4
  • Young, Andrew, 1932- - 9/4, 14/17
  • Young, C. H. - 9/4
  • Young, Chad - 9/4
  • Young, Dorothy - 9/4
  • Young, Thomas N. - 13/13
  • Young, Yolanda - 9/4
  • Youngblood, Arlene - 9/4
  • Your Supermarket - see "Business" FF 04/13/001
  • Youth Congress - 9/4
  • Youth Leadership Conference - 9/4
  • York, Earl Austin - see Doris Miller Auditorium, 2/10
  • Zachary Scott Theatre - 9/4
  • Zaragosa Park - 9/4
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority - 9/4, 13/13
  • Zion, Voice of - 9/4

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