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 County: Orleans Parish, LA
 Serial/Series Title: Sterling Houston Papers
 Collection: Texas Cultures Online
[Greeting Card from Bianca Roberts to Sterling Houston - 1999]

[Greeting Card from Bianca Roberts to Sterling Houston - 1999]

Date: 1999
Creator: Roberts, Bianca
Description: Greeting card from Bianca Roberts to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright. Inside the card, she has written a short note about how wonderful of an experience it was to work with him. She offers her help in the future. Two small paper receipts have been included, but no reason for them is given in Bianca's note.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Dan to Sterling Houston - March 24th, 2000]

[Letter from Dan to Sterling Houston - March 24th, 2000]

Date: March 24, 2000
Creator: unknown
Description: Typed letter from Dan to Sterling Houston. He writes thanking him for sending Le Griffon, a novella by Houston which apparently contains controversial undertones. Dan hopes to see Houston and the show in the future.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Frank R. Aqueno to Sterling Houston - October 15, 1992]

[Letter from Frank R. Aqueno to Sterling Houston - October 15, 1992]

Date: October 15, 1992
Creator: Aqueno, Frank R.
Description: Letter from Frank R. Aqueno to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright. He writes to invite Houston to his provocative one-man performance piece titled Queer Pier. He encloses a xeroxed newspaper clipping from The Advocate about his play. A third clipping shows a portrait of the writer wearing sunglasses, shorts, and an American flag bandana in front of a chain-link fence.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter to Friends - November 1995]

[Letter to Friends - November 1995]

Date: November 1995
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter from an unidentified woman to a close group of friends. She informs them of an incident that occurred in New Orleans one night after leaving a friend's wedding. Walking alone towards her car, she became fearful of a man walking behind her. After passing her, he turned back and showed her a t-shirt that read, "all black men are not criminals." The incident shook her considerably as she considered herself a proud liberal. She notes that the problem of racism can be crystallized in such moments, and that she will continue to fight to find solutions.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio