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 Serial/Series Title: Sterling Houston Papers
 Collection: Texas Cultures Online
Sterling Houston Smiling

Sterling Houston Smiling

Date: unknown
Creator: Houston, Sterling, 1945-
Description: Photograph of a bearded man identified as Sterling Houston. He wears glasses, a polo shirt, seashell bracelet, a watch, and a ring on his right ring finger. He sits smiling, looking up, with both hands cupping his chin. Houston was a playwright, writer, musician and actor born in San Antonio. He lived in Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco and then eventually moved back to San Antonio. Houston received numerous awards for his creative works including a citation from the Texas State Legislature in 1997 for his contribution to the cultural life of Texas.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
Steve Bailey and Sterling Houston Smiling

Steve Bailey and Sterling Houston Smiling

Date: unknown
Creator: Houston, Sterling, 1945-
Description: Photograph of two men standing in front of a large window. The man on the right with his arms crossed has been identified as Steve Bailey. Standing next to him is Sterling Houston, who wears glasses and a navy colored shirt. The words "Jump" and "Start" have been placed digitally in an arc over the two men. A highly stylized filter was also applied to the photograph, in a kind of faux comic-book appearance.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Thank You Card from Ms. Erna to Sterling Houston - 1999]

[Thank You Card from Ms. Erna to Sterling Houston - 1999]

Date: 1999
Creator: unknown
Description: Thank you card from Ms. Erna to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright. She thanks him for all his help and wishes the world were made up of people like him. The front of the card shows a wooden wheelbarrow brimming with flowers and two overgrown butterflies.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Thank You Card from Reggie to Sterling Houston]

[Thank You Card from Reggie to Sterling Houston]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Thank you card from Reggie to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright. Inside the card, he writes: "I'm so glad that you were around Do it good" The front of the card has been printed with "Thank You" in gold capital letters.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Thank You Card from Roger A. Brown]

[Thank You Card from Roger A. Brown]

Date: unknown
Creator: Brown, Roger A.
Description: Thank you card from Roger A. Brown. Inside the card, he writes: "We couldn't have done it without you (smile)." The front of the card has been printed with "Thank You" in gold capital letters.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Theatre Flyer for Damien]

[Theatre Flyer for Damien]

Date: January 1996
Creator: unknown
Description: Theatre flyer for the play "Damien", starring Steve Wilhite as Father Damien de Veuster, the leper priest of Molokai. The play was put on four times at The Catholic University of America. Ticket prices, hours, dates, and other information have been included at the bottom. Postage on the back indicates that the flyer was sent to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
Three Actresses in Costume

Three Actresses in Costume

Date: unknown
Creator: Houston, Sterling, 1945-
Description: Photograph of three female actors in what appears to be a theatrical stage. They are in period costume. A dark-haired woman on the far left wears a military uniform and holds the hand of a woman with short, light-colored hair in a full-length apron dress. A kneeling woman on the far right with short hair clutches a straw hat to her chest and stares off into the distance. A hand-written notation on the back of the photograph identifies the trio as Veronica Gonzales, Kim Corbin, and Kathy Griffits, actresses in the stage play "High Yello[sic] Rose".
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Unfinished Letter to Sterling Houston]

[Unfinished Letter to Sterling Houston]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright, from an unidentified source. The letter continued on a separate page, but it was not provided in accompanying records. Addressed to Houston, the letter mentions family news, a father diagnosed with Alzheimer's, and struggles with a teaching position.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
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