The Story of Buffalo Bayou and the Houston Ship Channel Page: 31
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The Port of Houston
Nov. 15, 1926
(Harris County Navigation and Canal Commission)
R. S. STERLING, Chairman
D. S. CAGE, Vice Chairman.
R. J. CUMMINS.
W. T. CARTER, JK.
B. C. ALLIN, Director of the Port.
CHARLES CROTTY, Assistant.
E. T. DAVIS, Asst. Chief Engineer.
H. H. ROSE, Chief Clerk.
H. J. SCOTT, Supt. Wharves.
THOS. H. BALL, Counsel.
H. L. WASHBURN, Auditor.
GEO. S. COLBY, Supt. Grain Elevator Dept.
U. S. Government Officials in Charge of Construction and Maintenance of the Houston Ship Channel
MAJOR J. L. SCHLEY, MR. C. NELSON,
Corps of Engineers, District Engineer, Galveston. U. S. Junior Engineer, in charge of Field Office, louston.
Port Houston's Publicly Owned Export Grain Elevator
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