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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Correspondence, 1924-1986

USS Houston Campaign, 1927-1942

USS Houston, 1927-1985

Democratic Party, 1927-1967

Franklin Roosevelt Visit, 1933-1980

Publications, 1927-1981

USS Texas, 1937-1980

Miscellaneous, 1917-1988

University of Houston Libraries, Special Collections

William A. Bernrieder Collection



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bernrieder, William A.
Title: William A. Bernrieder Collection
Dates: 1917 - 1988
Abstract: As an assistant to Houston mayor Oscar Holcombe, William A. Bernrieder spearheaded a successful local drive to have a Navy heavy cruiser named for the City of Houston. He supported the USS Houston (CA-30) during her years of service as a member of the Cruiser Houston Committee, and following the ship's sinking, continued to memorialize the ship and interact with surviving crew members. This collection consists primarily of materials related to the campaign to have a ship named for the city of Houston, and the history of the USS Houston (CA-30). Additional materials are related to the 1936 visit to Houston of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Identification: 1979-001
Quantity: 18 boxes; 8.6 linear feet
Repository: Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries

Biographical Note

William Anton Bernrieder was born on June 22, 1900. He attended St. Joseph School in 1906, then Annunciation Church School. He then attended St. Thomas College (now St. Thomas High School) after a period at St. Mary's Seminary. William Bernrieder completed three years of law school at Houston Law School.

In 1923, William Bernrieder began six years of service to Oscar Holcombe, the mayor of Houston. During this time he began his work toward having a ship in the U.S. Navy named after Houston. In 1927 he was appointed to the Cruiser Houston Committee, which coordinated the drive towards obtaining a cruiser named "Houston." Thousands of letters and telegrams were sent to Washington as part of the crusade, which was successful. A heavy cruiser named for the city of Houston was launched on Sept. 7, 1927. Once Bernrieder and the other members of the committee had succeeded in having a ship named for the city, the committee worked toward supporting the ship and its crew through gifts and other means.

From 1930 to 1933 Bernrieder served as the assistant to Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd. As part of his duties, he accompanied Byrd on a nationwide speaking tour. During this period, however, Bernrieder paid careful attention to the Cruiser Houston and continued to be involved in supporting the vessel.

Bernrieder was also involved in politics, serving as Executive Secretary for local arrangements for the National Democratic Convention, held in Houston in 1928. He was also involved in arrangements for President Franklin Roosevelt's trip to Houston in 1936.

Receiving his commission in 1926, Bernrieder served for 22 years in the Naval Reserve. He spent five years on active duty with the Navy during World War II, serving on the staffs of five admirals.

Following World War II Bernrieder was involved in the real estate business in Houston, although he continued his interest in the history of the USS Houston (CA-30), which had been lost in the Battle of Sunda Strait on Feb. 28/March 1, 1942. Bernrieder collected information related to the history of the ship as well as efforts to retrieve items from the sunken vessel.

Bernrieder died on October 18, 1993.

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Scope and Contents

The William A. Bernrieder Collection has a great deal of information about the history of the USS Houston (CA-30) as well as the USS Texas and Franklin Roosevelt's visit to Houston in 1936. Bernrieder corresponded with many of the leading businessmen and politicians in Houston during his lifetime, as well as officers in the Navy. The collection dates from 1917- 1988, with the bulk of the material dating from 1929-1936 and from 1970-1986.

Bernrieder kept a considerable amount of material from his early work regarding having a ship named for the city of Houston and added additional materials to his files throughout his life. There are also a number of items from A. D. Simpson, who was heavily involved in the Cruiser Houston Committee as well.

For the most part, arrangement has followed Bernrieder's subject files with some modification. File folders that could be sub-divided chronologically or by sub-topic have been refiled. Also, folders with materials covering the same topic which had originally been filed separately have been brought together. Because Bernrieder followed a subject arrangement for his files, correspondence is scattered throughout the collection.

There are a number of series within the collection, based on subject with the exception of the Correspondence series. The series are: Correspondence, Democratic Party, Franklin Roosevelt's Visit, USS Houston Campaign, USS Houston, USS Texas, Publications, and Miscellaneous. Within each series are additional topics, arranged alphabetically by subject heading. The largest series is the USS Houston series, which chronicles the history of the USS Houston.

Later additions to the collection have been incorporated into the subject files arrangement where possible. However, large amounts of correspondence which were donated after the initial gift of materials in 1979 have been given a simple chronological arrangement. Most of the correspondence in those files discusses the USS Houston and related matters, although there is one letter, dated August 23, 1977 which includes Bernrieder's recollections of the Camp Logan riots in Houston in 1917.

For related materials, see the Cruiser Houston Collection, which includes materials donated by crew members from the USS Houston and their families and friends. A large portion of the photographs in the Cruiser Houston Collection were given by Bernrieder, and have remained in that collection.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research.

Use Restrictions

Special Collections owns the physical items in our collections, but copyright normally belongs to the creator of the materials or their heirs. The researcher has full responsibility for determining copyright status, locating copyright holders, and abiding by current copyright laws when publishing or displaying copies of Special Collections material in print or electronic form. For more information, consult the appropriate librarian.

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Index Terms

Terms are either Library of Congress Subject Headings or taken from local sources.
Subjects (Persons)
Bernrieder, William A.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
Subjects (Organizations)
Cruiser Houston Committee
Houston (Cruiser: CA-30)
Subjects
Java Sea, Battle of the, Indonesia, 1942
World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations, American
Sunda Strait, Battle of, Indonesia, 1942
Democratic National Convention (1928 : Houston, Tex.)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

William A. Bernrieder Collection, Courtesy of Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries.

Acquisition

The collection was given to the library by William A. Bernrieder, Executive Secretary of the Cruiser Houston Committee, in 1979. Additional items were given by Mr. Bernrieder throughout the 1980s.

Processed by

Andrea Bean Hough, 1995

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Detailed Description

 
box folder
1 1-18 Correspondence, 1924-1986
Extent (643 items)
This is an artificial series, which incorporates all of the correspondence from later gifts by Bernrieder to the collection. The correspondence follows a chronological arrangement scheme. Most of the correspondence relates to the USS Houston and Mr. Bernrieder's interest in the collection. Materials from the 1980s include a great deal of correspondence with Otto Schwarz, founder of the USS Houston Survivors Association. Bernrieder corresponded with a number of officers in the United States Navy, as well as Texas and Houston politicians.
Box Folder
1 1 Correspondence, 1924-1929
2 Correspondence, 1930-1935
3 Correspondence, 1936-1940
4 Correspondence, 1941-1950
5 Correspondence, 1951-1960
6 Correspondence, 1961-1970
7 Correspondence, 1971-1974
8 Correspondence, 1975-1978
9 Correspondence, 1979
10 Correspondence, 1980
11 Correspondence, 1980
12 Correspondence, 1981
13 Correspondence, 1981
14 Correspondence, 1981
15 Correspondence, 1982
16 Correspondence, 1983
17 Correspondence, 1984-1986
18 Correspondence, undated

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box folder
2 1-15 USS Houston Campaign, 1927-1942
Extent (302 items)
This series relates primarily to the campaign to have a cruiser named after the city of Houston. The bulk of the materials is correspondence. A great deal of related materials may be found both the USS Houston series as well as the Correspondence series. A small amount of information relating to the drive for a second Cruiser Houston is in this series (for related materials, see the files in the USS Houston series under USS Houston (CL-81)).
Box Folder
2 1 Correspondence, 1927
2 Correspondence, 1927
3 Correspondence, 1927
4 Correspondence, 1927
5 Correspondence, 1927
6 Correspondence, 1928
7 Correspondence, 1929
8 Correspondence, undated
9 Organizations, undated
10 Press Materials, 1927-1942
11 Resolutions, 1927
12 Resolutions, 1927
13 Resolutions, 1927
14 Resolutions, 1928
15 Resolutions, 1928

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box
2-11, 18, Framed, Oversize USS Houston, 1927-1985
Extent (5,452 items)
This is the largest of the series and focuses primarily on the USS Houston (CA-30). The material in this section includes correspondence, clippings, telegrams, photographs, and other materials. The bulk of the series dates from 1927-1936, focusing on the beginnings of the USS Houston, its launch, and early visits to the city of Houston.
The correspondence relating to the launching of the USS Houston is arranged chronologically. Invitations were sent to all major naval officers, many Houston and Texas politicians, members of the U.S. Cabinet, and dignitaries from Congress and from other states. Replies were received by nearly all those invited.
There are some materials relating to the two ships which followed the USS Houston (CA-30). Another ship named the USS Houston was launched in 1943. Materials relating to that ship may be found in the USS Houston (CL-81) files. Materials relating to the nuclear submarine, the USS Houston (SSN-713), may be located under that heading. Clippings have been placed in files, but have not been placed in order. Particular care must be taken when using the clippings as most are on highly acidic, fragile newsprint.
Box Folder
2 16 Address, 1960
17 Admiral's Flag
Box
Framed Admirals--Photographs (9)
Box Folder
2 17 Allin, B. C. and Mrs., 1930-1960
18 Bell Presentation, 1974
19 Bernrieder Collection, 1978-1980
20 Blue Bonnet, 1938-1940
21 Blue Bonnet, 1975-1980
22 Blue Bonnet, 1980-1982
23 Blue Bonnet, 1983
24 Blue Bonnet, 1984
25 Blue Bonnet, 1985
26 Blue Bonnet, 1986
27 Blue Bonnet, undated
Box Folder
3 1 Book, 1957-1959
2 Book, 1959-1960
3 Book, 1961-1964
4 Book, 1965-1967
5 Book Proposal--Milner, Samuel, undated
6 Byrd, Admiral and Mrs., 1929-1930
7 Christmas, 1931-1932
8 Christmas, 1933
9 Christmas, 1936
10 Christmas--Photographs, 1936
11 Christmas--Photographs, 1936
12 Christmas--Photographs, 1936
13 Christmas--Photographs, 1936
14 Christmas--Photographs, 1936
15 Christmas--Solicitation, 1933
16 Clippings, undated
17 Clippings, undated
18 Clippings, undated
19 Clippings, undated
20 Clippings, undated
21 Clippings, undated
22 Clippings, undated
23 Clippings, undated
24 Clippings, undated
25 Clippings, undated
26 Clippings, undated
27 Clippings, undated
28 Clippings, undated
29 Clippings, undated
30 Clippings, undated
31 Clippings, undated
32 Clippings, undated
Box Folder
4 1 Clippings, undated
2 Clippings, undated
3 Clippings, undated
4 Clippings, undated
5 Clippings, undated
6 Collection Luncheon--Photographs, 1979
7 Collection Luncheon--Photographs, 1979
8 Collection Luncheon--Photographs, 1979
9 Commanding Officers, 1927-1930
10 Commanding Officers, 1931-1934
11 Commanding Officers, 1935
12 Commanding Officers, 1936
13 Commanding Officers, 1937
14 Commanding Officers, 1938-1939
15 Commanding Officers, 1940-1942
16 Commanding Officers, 1943-1962
Box
Framed Commanding Officers--Photographs (17)
Box Folder
4 17 Commission SSN-713, 1982
18 Correspondence, 1927-1933
19 Correspondence, 1934-1935
20 Correspondence, 1936-1937
21 Correspondence, 1938-1944
22 Correspondence, 1945-1959
23 Correspondence, 1960-1969
24 Correspondence, 1970-1981
25 Cruiser Houston Committee, 1927-1957
Box Folder
5 1 Cruiser Houston Committee--Correspondence, 1929-1937
2 Cruiser Houston Committee--Correspondence, 1955-1972
3 Cruiser Houston Committee--Finances, 1926-1929
4 Cruiser Houston Committee--Finances, 1929
5 Cruiser Houston Committee--Finances, 1930-1941
6 Cruiser Houston Committee--Finances--Bank Books, 1934-1941
7 Cruiser Houston Committee--Members, undated
8 Cruiser Houston Committee--Minutes, 1927
9 Cruiser Houston Committee--Miscellaneous, undated
10 Cruiser Houston Committee--Resolutions, 1928-1962
11 Cruiser Houston Room--Photograph, 1979
12 Documentary Expedition, 1979
Box
18 Flags
Box Folder
5 13 Gifts, 1930-1933
14 Gifts, 1933
15 Gifts, 1934-1936
16 Gifts, 1936
17 Gifts, 1936-1974
Box Folder
6 1 George R. Brown Room Dedication, 1981
2 Houston Centennial, 1936
3 History, 1932-1960
4 History, 1961-1963
5 History, 1964-1967
6 History, 1968-1974
7 History, 1975-1980
8 History of CL-81, 1946
9 Information, 1927-1983
10 Information--Brochures, 1951-1973
11 Information--News Releases, 1942
Box
Oversize Jahnke, Ernest Lee, 1930-1933
Box Folder
6 12 Launch SSN-713, 1981
13 Launch SSN-713--Invitations, 1981
14 Launching--Clippings, 1936
15 Launching--Correspondence, 1927-1928
16 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
17 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
18 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
19 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
20 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
21 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
Box Folder
7 1 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
2 Launching--Correspondence, 1929
3 Launching--Correspondence--Sponsors, 1929
4 Launching--Invitations, 1929
5 Launching--Invitations, 1929
6 Launching--Invitations, 1929
7 Launching--Invitations, 1929
8 Launching--Invitations, 1929
9 Launching--Invitations, 1929
10 Launching--Invitations, 1929
11 Launching--Invitations, 1929
12 Launching--Invitations, 1929
13 Launching--Invitations, 1929
14 Launching--Invitations, 1929
15 Launching--Invitations--Miscellaneous, 1929
16 Launching--Lists, 1929
17 Launching--Miscellaneous, 1929
18 Launching--Other Ships, 1928
19 Launching--Other Ships, 1929
20 Launching--Other Ships, 1929
21 Launching--Other Ships, 1929
22 Launching--Replies, 1929
Box Folder
8 1 Launching--Replies, 1929
2 Launching--Replies, 1929
3 Launching--Replies, 1929
4 Launching--Replies, 1929
5 Launching--Replies, 1929
6 Launching--Replies, 1929
7 Launching--Replies, 1929
8 Launching--Replies, 1929
9 Launching--Replies, 1929
10 Launching--Replies, 1929
11 Launching--Replies, 1929
12 Launching--Replies, 1929
13 Launching--Replies, 1929
Box Folder
9 1 Launching--Replies, 1929
2 Launching--Replies, 1929
3 Launching--Replies, 1929
4 Launching--Replies, 1929
5 Launching--Thank yous, 1929
6 Loss of Ship, 1942
7 Loss of Ship--Memorial, 1942
8 Lost Battalion Association, 1985
9 Lost Battalion Association, 1985
10 Lost Battalion Association, 1985
Box
18 Maps
Box Folder
9 11 McKie, Ronald, 1960-1962
12 McKie, Ronald, 1963-1968
13 Medal of Honor, [1942]
14 Memorial, 1975-1979
15 Memorial, 1980
16 Memorial Room, Houston Public Library, 1930-1978
17 Model, 1958
18 Model--Photographs, undated
19 Model--Photographs, undated
20 Model--Photographs, undated
21 Model--Photographs--Drummond, Joseph, undated
22 Model--Photographs--Drummond, Joseph, undated
23 Model--Photographs--Drummond, Joseph, undated
24 Model--Photographs--Presentation, 1958
25 Model Presentation, 1958
26 Model Presentation, 1958
Box Folder
10 1 Model Purchase, 1942-1979
2 Navy Day, 1933
3 Navy Day--Correspondence, 1927-1930
4 Navy Day--Miscellaneous, 1930
5 Navy Day--Planning, 1930
6 Oral Histories, 1981
Box
Oversize Photograph, 1930
Box
Framed Photograph, undated
Box Folder
10 7 Photographs, undated
8 Photographs, undated
9 Photographs--Launching CL-81, 1943
10 Photographs--Reunion, 1985
11 Photographs--Reunion, 1985
12 Photographs--Reunion, 1985
13 Photographs--Reunion, 1985
14 Photographs--Roosevelt, Henry L., undated
15 Photographs--Ship's Plans, undated
16 Photographs--Ship's Plans, undated
17 USS Houston (CL-81), 1942
18 USS Houston (CL-81)--Bond Drive, 1942-1943
19 Thousand Houston Volunteers --Ceremony, 1942
20 Thousand Houston Volunteers--Ceremony, 1942
21 Thousand Houston Volunteers--Crew, 1942
22 USS Houston (CL-81)--Launch, 1942-1943
Box
Framed Ship's Plans, undated
Box Folder
10 23 Shrine Proposal, undated
24 Silver Service--Clippings, 1906-1967
25 Silver Service--Correspondence, 1927-1929
26 Silver Service--Correspondence, 1929
27 Silver Service--Correspondence, 1929-1942
28 Silver Service--Miscellaneous, undated
29 Silver Service--Photographs, 1929
30 Silver Service--Photographs, Other, [1929]
Box
18 Silver Service--Photographs, Other, [1929]
Box Folder
10 31 Silver Service--Recovery, 1943-1974
32 Survivors' Roster, undated
33 Thousand Houston Volunteers Monument, 1985
34 Thousand Houston Volunteers Monument--Photograph, 1985
Box Folder
11 1 Visit, 1934-1935
2 Visit, 1938-1939
3 Visit, 1939
4 Visit, 1983
5 Visit--Committees, 1934
6 Visit--Communications with Ship, 1934
7 Visit--Finances, 1934
8 Visit--Letters of Thanks, 1934
9 Visit--Miscellaneous, 1934
10 Visit--Navy Day, 1934
11 Visit--Officers' Rosters, 1934
12 Visit--Publicity, [1934]
13 Visit--Radio Address, 1929-1930
14 Wait, J. Russell, 1939
15 Wait, J. Russell, 1939
16 Wait, J. Russell, 1956
17 Winslow, Walter, 1967-1969
18 Winslow, Walter, 1970-1972
19 Winslow, Walter, 1973-1974
20 Winslow, Walter, 1975-1977
21 Winslow, Walter, undated

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box folder
12 1-12 Democratic Party, 1927-1967
Extent (119 items)
This is a small series, which includes a number of items relating to Bernrieder's involvement in politics. The bulk of the series includes clippings relating to the 1932 elections and the Democratic National Convention, which was held in Houston in 1928. Additional materials include correspondence with Chesley Jurney and George Graves. For related materials, see the files in the Franklin Roosevelt Visit Series.
Box Folder
12 1 Clippings, 1929
2 Clippings, 1932
3 Clippings, 1932
4 Clippings, 1932
5 Clippings, 1967
6 Convention--Graves, George, 1927-1962
7 Convention--Miscellaneous, 1928-1932
8 Convention--Report, 1928
9 Convention--Souvenir, 1928
10 Jurney, Chesley, 1927-1935
11 Miscellaneous, 1928-1962
12 Smith, Alfred--Photograph, 1927

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box
12-13, 16, Framed Franklin Roosevelt Visit, 1933-1980
Extent (495 items)
The bulk of this series relates to Franklin Roosevelt's visit to Houston in 1936. Included are documents relating to planning the various events, such as the parade and visit to the San Jacinto Battlefield. There is some correspondence with various Democratic politicians, including Marvin McIntyre, Alfred E. Smith, Jr. and Henry Breckinridge. These materials were labeled by Bernrieder as belonging with the Roosevelt visit material.
Box
16 Banner, 1936
Box Folder
12 13 Battlefield Plans, 1936
14 Boat List, 1936
15 Breckinridge, Henry, 1933-1936
16 Committees, 1936
17 Cooper, Beauford O., 1970
18 Correspondence, 1934-1936
19 Correspondence, 1936
20 Correspondence, 1936
21 Correspondence, 1936
22 Correspondence, 1936
23 Correspondence, 1936-1980
24 McIntyre, Marvin, 1933-1937
25 Memorabilia, 1936
26 Miscellaneous, 1936
27 Parade Plans, 1936
28 Participants, 1936
29 Passes, 1936
Box
Framed Photograph, undated
Box Folder
12 30 Photographs, 1936
31 Recap, 1936
Box Folder
13 1 Scrapbook, 1936
2 Ship Channel Trip, 1936
3 Smith, Alfred E. Jr., 1928-1962

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box
13-14, 18, Framed Publications, 1927-1981
Extent (62 items)
This series was created from a box of publications which Bernrieder kept together. There are two sub-series: Miscellaneous and USS Houston. The publications in the Miscellaneous sub-series relate primarily to Houston history, the Port of Houston, and a book on Edmund W. Starling. Other smaller pamphlets and clippings will be found in other series.
The USS Houston sub-series includes pamphlets on the USS Houston as well as books and other published materials which discuss the Asiatic Fleet and the U.S. Navy.
Box Folder
13 4 Miscellaneous--Brief History of the Texas Navies, 1961
5 Miscellaneous--Houston and Cotton, 1949
Box
18 Miscellaneous--Oversize
Box Folder
13 6 Miscellaneous--Port of Houston, undated
7 Miscellaneous--Ports of the Americas, 1961
8 Miscellaneous--Starling of the White House, 1946
9 Miscellaneous--Starling of the White House--Correspondence, 1978-1979
10 Miscellaneous--The Texas Navy, 1968
11 Miscellaneous-The Twenty-five Flags of Texas, 1962
12 Miscellaneous--West Point Glee Club, 1979
13 USS Houston--The Builder, 1927
14 USS Houston--Cruiser Special, 1929
Box Folder
14 1 USS Houston--House Resolution 11681, 1936
2 USS Houston--Houston, 1945
3 USS Houston--Launching SSN-713 Houston, 1981
4 USS Houston--Launching SSN-713 Houston, 1981
5 USS Houston--Marine Engineering and Shipping Age, 1929
6 USS Houston--Presidential Cruise, 1934
Box
Framed USS Houston--Report on the USS Houston
Box Folder
14 7 USS Houston--Shipyard Bulletin, 1962
8 USS Houston--Shipyard Bulletin, 1963
9 USS Houston--USS Houston: Ghost of the Java Coast, 1971
10 USS Houston--USS Houston: Ghost of the Java Coast, 1971

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box folder
14 11-19 USS Texas, 1937-1980
Extent (108 items)
This small series relates to the USS Texas. Materials include clippings, correspondence, and publications which discuss the USS Texas. Most of the material deals with the addition of the USS Texas to the San Jacinto Battlefield.
Box Folder
14 11 Clippings, undated
12 Commission, 1977
13 Correspondence, 1974-1979
14 Miscellaneous, 1936-1978
15 Photograph, undated
16 Program, 1980
17 Publications, 1975-1977
18 Publications, 1977
19 Publications, undated

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box folder
15 1-23 Miscellaneous, 1917-1988
Extent (365 items)
These materials were not with other subject files and did not readily fall into available subject files. The majority of the materials in this series relate to a group of lithographs created by Judith Ann Saks of the Port of Houston, which were distributed throughout the country.
Box Folder
15 1 Brief for Naval Base, 1917
2 Goodwill, 1978-1988
3 Hirsch, Maurice, 1975-1980
4 Houston, Andrew Jackson, 1928-1981
5 Houston Public Library, 1975
6 Pamphlets, undated
7 Pamphlets, undated
8 Photographs--Reagan, Ronald and Gerald Ford, undated
9 Port of Houston Lithographs--Correspondence, 1976
10 Port of Houston Lithographs--Correspondence, 1977
11 Port of Houston Lithographs--Correspondence, 1977
12 Port of Houston Lithographs--Correspondence, 1977
13 Port of Houston Lithographs--Correspondence, 1978
14 Port of Houston Lithographs--Correspondence, 1979
15 Port of Houston Lithographs--Correspondence, undated
16 Port of Houston Lithographs--Miscellaneous, 1977
17 Port of Houston Lithographs--Miscellaneous, 1977
18 Port of Houston Lithographs--Miscellaneous, 1977
19 Port of Houston Lithographs--Photographs, undated
20 Port of Houston Lithographs--Photographs, undated
21 Scrapbook Pages, 1936
22 Ship Sponsoring, 1929-1959
23 Texas Information, 1957-1980

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