Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Hallie Rienzi Johnston Russell Thomas Flint papers, 1912-1965



Descriptive Summary

Creator Flint, Hallie Rienzi Johnston Russell Thomas, 1882-1965
Title Hallie Rienzi Johnston Russell Thomas Flint papers
Dates: 1912-1965
Abstract: This collection contains articles written by Hallie Rienzi for the Houston Daily Post under the pseudonym Harriot Russell as well as personal and family papers.
ID MS 116
Extent 10 lin. inches (2 boxes)
Language Materials are in English.
Repository: Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, Houston, TX

Biographical Note

Columnist for Houston Daily Post; wrote under pseudonym of Harriot Russell.


Scope and Contents

Chiefly clippings (1912-1920) of Harriot Russell's editorials, column on women's issues, and other articles, and clippings about Harriot Russell, family, religion, and recipes; together with Flint's personal letters and notes, scrapbooks, two genealogies of the Flint family, article on educating women and speech by Mary E. Johnston, address books and birthday books, and Flint family photos (1885-1950s).


 

Arrangement

This material has been arranged into the following series:
Series I. Editorials and Articles
Series II. Poems and Prayers
Series III: Correspondence, 1925-1965
Series IV: Photographs, 1883-1952
Series V: Family
Series VI: Newsclippings
Series VII: Speeches by Mary E. Johnston
Series VIII: Address books & diaries

Restrictions

Access Restriction

This material is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish materials from this item must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.


Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Flint family
Subjects
American newspapers--Texas.
Newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.--Editorials
Newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.--Women
Women and journalism--Texas
Journalism--Texas
Women--Education--Texas
Subjects (Places)
Houston (Tex.)--Family and personal papers
Texas--Family and personal papers--19th-20th centuries
Houston (Tex.)--Newspapers, periodicals, and journalism
Texas--Newspapers, periodicals, and journalism

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Hallie Rienzi Johnston Russell Thomas Flint papers, 1912-1965, MS 116 Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Acquisition Information

This material was donated in 1967.


Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I. Editorials and Articles

Subseries A: “Of Interest to Women” column
box folder
1 1 1912
2 1914
3 1915
Subseries B: “A Woman’s Viewpoint from a Woman’s Viewpoint” column
box folder
1 4 1918,1920
Subseries C: Editorials
box folder
1 5 Mar. 6, 1915-Dec. 31, 1915
6 1916
7 1917
7 1918
8 1918
9 Undated editorials and one scrapbook with glued articles
Subseries D: General articles
box folder
1 10 1915-1916
11 1917-1918
12 1919-1920



 

Series II. Poems and Prayers

box folder
1 13 Poems by Hallie Rienzi, n.d.
14 Poems by others, n.d.



 

Series III: Correspondence, 1925-1965

box folder
1 15 Letters, notes, telegrams to and about Hallie Rienzi, 1912-1965
16 Cards and notes sent to Hallie Rienzi, ca. 1926-1965



 

Series IV: Photographs, 1883-1952

box folder
1 17 Photographs of Hallie Rienzi as a child and other family members



 

Series V: Family

box folder
1 18 Clippings, ca. 1916
19 Wedding and Confirmation certificates for Mr. & Mrs. Albert Flint, 1923, 1931
20 Flint genealogy, n.d.
21 Family Recipes, n.d.



 

Series VI: Newsclippings

box folder
1 22 About Harriot Russell, 1917-1951
23 Religious clippings and articles, ca. 1917-1962
24 Miscellaneous clippings and articles, ca. 1916-1935
25 Issue of the Tryon Daily Bulletin, July 18, 1965
26 Recipes from newspaper, n.d.



 

Series VII: Speeches by Mary E. Johnston

box folder
1 27 2 speeches: FORTUNE Ad Sales Convention, March 31, 1964; Jones College Symposium on “The Role of the Educated Woman,” January 30, 1963.



 

Series VIII: Address books & diaries

box folder
2 - 3 Address books, ca. 1921-1950
- 2 notebooks, ca. 1950-1952
- Diary, Jan. 1, 1957-Jan. 24, 1961
- 1 deck of cards
- 1 remembrance book