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Anthology, Volume 7, Spring 2001

Description: Anthology, the literary journal of Tarleton State University, is produced by students and sponsored by the English department. The publication provides a student forum for literary and visual expression, including original short stories, essays, poetry, artwork, musical compositions, and other creative works.
Date: Spring 2001
Creator: Tarleton State University
Partner: Tarleton State University

Cherokee County History

Description: This volume discusses the history of Cherokee County including its communities, geography, and major events. The statement on the dedication page says: "This book is the story of Cherokee County from its earliest days through its founding and development and the achievements of its people to the present -- its rich heritage from its founders, its lasting contributions to the Republic of Texas, the State of Texas, the Confederate States of America, and the United States of America. This book highlights Cherokee County's place in time" (p. iv). Index starts on page 707.
Date: 2001
Creator: Cherokee County Historical Commission (Tex.)
Partner: Cherokee County Historical Commission

[Local History Librarian with Charles Kilgore]

Description: Photograph of local history librarian Heather Campbell Wooten standing next to Charles Kilgore in the Helen Hall Library local history room. They are standing behind two individual portraits of his mother and father, Zonnie and Theodore Kilgore. Both portraits are framed and are set upright atop two tables.
Date: December 2001
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

Marked Historical Sites of Hutchinson County, Texas

Description: Book detailing the historical markers and sites of Hutchinson County. Includes a map, brief history of the county, and noted sites and topics are: Adobe Walls; Bents Creek; Ace Borger home; Ft. Smith/Sante Fe trail; Holt School; the courthouse; and numerous others.
Date: 2001
Creator: Morrison, Cleo & Morrison, R.D.
Partner: Hutchinson County Genealogical Society

Oral History Interview with Marion Wall Lowrey, May 5, 2001

Description: Interview with Marion Wall Lowrey talking about her career, especially her role at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. She talks about her relationship with Dr. R. Lee Clark and his wife Dr. Bert Davis Clark. She also talks about the time when the institution was housed at the Baker Estate and segregation in the early years of the institution.
Date: May 5, 2001
Creator: Lowrey, Marion Wall & Brunet, Lesley Williams
Partner: University of Texas MD Anderson Center

Oral History Interview with T. C. Hsu, April 11, 2001

Description: Interview with Dr. Tao-Chiuh Hsu, beginning with the doctor recounting his early career in the United States as a graduate student at the University of Texas in Austin and the University of Texas, Medical Branch in Galveston. He shares his story about how he stumbled upon the hypotonic solution to separate chromosomes for deeper analysis of genes. Dr. Hsu explains his reasons for leaving the Medical Branch and joining M. D. Anderson for better laboratory and teaching opportunities. He shares an anecdote about the original main building of the institution. The interview explores Dr. Hsu’s promotions and positions held within the institution and touches on his relationships and collaborative work with Drs. R. Lee Clark, Charles M. Pomerat, Felix Haas, and Daniel Billen. Dr. Hsu shares his cultural experiences in terms of language barriers, naturalization and family immigration process. The interview concludes with Dr. Hsu answering questions about colleagues who worked with him in his lab over the years.
Date: April 11, 2001
Creator: Hsu, T. C. (Tao-Chiuh); Olson, James Stuart & Brunet, Lesley Williams
Partner: University of Texas MD Anderson Center

Oral History Interview with T. C. Hsu, May 10, 2001

Description: Interview with Dr. Tao-Chiuh Hsu, continuing his reflections regarding his career at M.D. Anderson. The interview begins with a discussion of Dr. Felix Haas and the evolution of the department of biology. William R. Brinkley’s contributions and interactions with the department are recounted as well. Several of Dr. Hsu’s major accomplishments to science are highlighted including the development of chromosomal banding techniques, biological specimen banks, and cell preservation. The interview continues with a discussion of his sentiments regarding the re-organization of cell biology and his laboratory location within the Hermann Professional Building. A discussion regarding the collection of tissue samples from cats ends the interview. Several humorous stories regarding his personal life and work are also shared.
Date: May 10, 2001
Creator: Hsu, T. C. (Tao-Chiuh), 1917- & Brunet, Lesley Williams
Partner: University of Texas MD Anderson Center