[Clipping: King State Dependent On South Parkers]

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Clipping describing the opening of King State Bank in Houston, Texas, the first biracial chartered bank in Texas. The clipping includes information about the bank and community commentary. Part of another story is on the back describing Kendleton, Texas.

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1 clipping : ill. ; 29 x 28 cm.

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Creator: Unknown. August 9, 1975.

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This clipping is part of the collection entitled: The Barbara C. Jordan Archives and was provided by Texas Southern University to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries. More information about this clipping can be viewed below.

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Clipping describing the opening of King State Bank in Houston, Texas, the first biracial chartered bank in Texas. The clipping includes information about the bank and community commentary. Part of another story is on the back describing Kendleton, Texas.

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1 clipping : ill. ; 29 x 28 cm.

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  • "King State Dependent on South Parkers", Forward TImes, Houston Texas, August 9, 1975, pp. 7A-8A

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The Barbara C. Jordan Archives

Photographs from the Barbara C. Jordan Archives. Barbara Jordan ran for the Texas House twice (1962, 1964). She won a seat in the Texas Senate in 1966, becoming the first African American since Reconstruction to do so.

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[A Group of People Sit Around a Table] (Photograph)

[A Group of People Sit Around a Table]

Photograph of a group of people sitting around a table at the King State Bank Ribbon Cutting. Sitting left to right are Henry Harrison, Yuera Smith, Noah Sparks, John Guess, Abraham Beaton, Charles Stanley, Clarence Calloway, Palmer Bowser, and Irma McKinney.

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[A Group of People Sit Around a Table], TSOU_09-06-02, ark:/67531/metapth842936

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  • August 9, 1975

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  • July 5, 2017, 1:03 p.m.

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  • 29.674098, -95.336041

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[Clipping: King State Dependent On South Parkers], clipping, August 9, 1975; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth843377/: accessed July 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Southern University.