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[Roy Cavazos and Paul Herrera]
Photograph of Roy Cavazos and Paul Herrera in Chicago, 1940s.
[Photograph of Sal Garcia]
Photograph of Sal Garcia.
[Consuelo "Connie" and Sal Garcia]
Photograph of Consuelo "Connie" and Sal Garcia, 1930s, Main Street, Houston.
[Sal Garcia and Calistro Valedez]
Photograph of Sal Garcia and Calistro Valedez, 1930s, Main Street, Houston.
LULAC News, Volume 25, Number 4, March 1958
Monthly magazine of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) contains official notices, agendas, and other organizational information as well as articles and anecdotes submitted by members.
[Carlos Antonio Rios takes picture of movie theater]
Photograph of Carlos Antonio Rios, a photographer for the Houston Chronicle. Rios is wearing jeans and a brown polo shirt and has a beard. Rios has a camera bag slung over his right shoulder. Rios stands on a grassy area across the street from a movie theater. Rios is taking a picture of the movie theater.
["La Moderna" store, Magnolia Park]
Photograph of the "La Moderna" store in Magnolia Park. Two-storied building, with red brick on the ground level, and yellow wood siding on the upper level. A sign above the entrance reads: "Libreria Kaliman"
[Rio Rico Grocery and Market, 1940]
Photograph of the Rio Rico Grocery & Market employees. From left to right: Melchor Garza Cantu, Simon Ibarra, Ruben Lopez, Lila Ibarra.
[Language Missions Report of Missionary Work for Manuel Urbina for the month ending April 25, 1964]
Personal report of Manuel Urbina's work at the Magnolia Temple for the month ending on April 25, 1964. Includes Urbina's activities and a report on the congregation served. Urbina notes that the main emphasis for the next month will be "cruzada nueva vida."
[Language Missions Report of Missionary Work for Manuel Urbina for the month ending May 25, 1964]
Personal report of Manuel Urbina's work at the Magnolia Temple for the month ending on May 25, 1964. Includes Urbina's activities and a report on the congregation served. Urbina notes that the main emphasis for the next month will be "cruzada nueva vida."
[Photograph of actor Jose Areu in make-up]
Photograph of actor Jose Areu with make-up and only two teeth showing, in a frightening pose. He is wearing a nose ring.
[Photograph of vaudeville actor Jose Areu]
Photograph of actor Jose Areu, holding a baby in his hands. The baby is scared and crying for help. Only two of Areu's teeth are showing and he is wearing a nose ring.
[Group of young school children]
Photograph of a group of young school children, circa 1930s.
[Neighborhood catechism class]
Photograph of a neighborhood catechism class, circa 1930s.
[Graduation exercises at Our Lady of Guadalupe School]
Photograph of graduation exercises at Our Lady of Guadalupe.
[Scordino Boot Shop, 1927]
Photograph of Scordino Boot Shop on 1700 Congress Avenue. From left to right: unknown ; unknown ; unknown ; Edmund S. Moreno ; Victor Scordino (owner of the shop) ; customer. Moreno lived in 2nd Ward during this time.
[Scordino Boot Shop, 1920]
Photograph of Scordino Boot Shop, circa 1920. From left to right: unknown ; unknown ; unknown ; unknown ; Victor Scordino ; Scordino's son ; Edmundo S. Moreno. Edmundo Moreno had his own shop in San Luis where he made military boots.
[Rudy Martinez at Hennessey Park]
Photograph of Rudy Martinez at Hennessey Park, 1940s.
[Lopez Barber Shop, 1927]
Photograph of employees of the Lopez Barber Shop. Man on the far right is Deteris Lopez.
[Front of Ortega Blacksmith Shop]
Photograph reproduction from a postcard print of the front of Jim Ortega Blacksmith, Horseshoeing & Repairing Shop.
[Second Ward Merchant's Softball Team, 1944]
Photograph of the Second Ward Merchant's Softball team, with thirteen players in uniform and another four coaches and assistants. The team is posed in front of 2002 Congress Avenue Grocers. A collection of bats and mitts lie in the foreground.
[Group portrait on porch of Rusk Settlement]
Photograph of a group of twenty-eight men, women and children on the porch of Rusk Settlement. A sign above the group reads: "Rusk Settlement. 301 Gable Street. A Community Chest Agency. Visitors Welcome."
[Johnny Velasquez and his Valley Serenaders]
Photograph of a musical group, Johnny Velasquez and his Valley Serenaders, on stage. Three men on saxophone, one man on drums, one man on trumpet, one man on bass and one man on piano.
[Club Recreativo Internacional, 1935]
Photograph of the members of Club Recreativo Internacional, 1935. From center top (left to right): Carlos Salazar, Vice Presidente ; Jesus de la Isla, Secretario ; Arcadio P. Castillo, Pro-Secretario ; Jose P. Castillo, Tesorero ; Donagiano C. Perez, Pro-Tesorero ; Jesus M. Chapa, 1st Vocal ; Carlos Y. Alcalde, 2nd Vocal ; Guillermo Aguilar, 4th Vocal ; Fredezmindo Lopez ; Francisco Brett, 3rd Vocal ; Ramon C. Gernandez, Precidente. From upper left to lower right: Arnoldo G. Lara ; Mario Montemayor ; Jose L. Torres ; Antonio G. Luna ; Eduardo Pascoe ; Emilio Torres ; Juan Rodriguez ; Eulogio Quintanilla ; D. Salvador Estrella ; Julio S. Perez ; Tomas Martinez ; Alberto Guera ; Ramon Rodriguez ; Silvestre Alguesiur ; Emilio Esparza ; Felix Tijerira ; Romingo A. Varrdo ; Foroteo Hernandez ; Francisco Moreno ; Juan Pantoja ; Tomas Carrera ; Bernardo Contreras ; Estleuan Reyna ; Manuel Lopez ; Jose Alonzo ; Isidao Ibarra ; Tomas Moreno ; Alejandro Vega ; Jesus Garcia ; Manuel Ortegon ; Francisco Tijerina ; Ernesto Olivares ; Francisco Alvarez ; Felipe Alvarado ; Ramon Serena ; Jose Luis Perez ; Ricardo R. Cruz ; Manuel Aleman ; Ernesto Campos ; Guiillermo Espanrza ; Luis Peguero ; Felix de la Isla ; J. J. Mercado ; Rodrigo Garcia R. ; Manuel Crespo ; Rex Salmeron ; Luis Ripley ; Nicasio H. Cedrio ; Manuel N. Cantu
[Los Panchos, musical group]
Photograph of musical group, Los Panchoes, in a bar. The trio stand along the bar, with three other men and two bar employees visible behind them.
[Group outside of Lone Star Bag and Bagging Company]
Photograph of a group of workers outside of the Long Star Bag & Bagging Company.
[Second-Hand Bag Department employees from Lone Star Bag and Bagging Company]
Photograph of the employees from the Second-Hand Bag Department of Long Star Bag and Bagging Company.
[Lone Star Bag and Bagging Company employees, Christmas, 1939]
Photograph of employees of the Long Star Bag and Bagging Company during Christmas, 1939.
[Campo Laurel, Woodmen of the World, at Washington Cemetery]
Photograph of members of the Campo Laurel chapter of the Woodmen of the World, at Washington Cemetery, in the 1920s.
[Ann Miller welcomed to Houston by Mayor Roy Hofheinz]
Photograph of actress Ann Miller with Houston by Mayor Roy Hofheinz.
[Rice Hotel, chefs and cooks in kitchen]
Photograph of five men, chefs and cooks at the Rice Hotel in Houston, Texas.
[Rice Hotel, chefs and cooks]
Photograph of thirty-two men, cooks and chefs at the Rice Hotel, in Houston, Texas.
[Rice Hotel employees]
Photograph of seven men and twemty-eight women, all employees at the Rice Hotel, in Houston, Texas.
[Four men in Alamo Furniture Company shop]
Photograph of four salesmen of the Alamo Furniture Co. standing in the shop. Dressers and radios are visible in the front; chairs, tables, and desks are visible further back in the room. Chairs hang from the ceiling around the room.
[Frank Gabino and employees outside of Alamo Furniture Company shop]
Photograph of Mr. Francisco (Frank) Gabino, son and employees outside of the Alamo Furniture Store on the 1800 block of Congress Avenue, Houston, Texas. Line of delivery trucks in front of store. From left to right: Frank Gabino ; Frank Gabino, Jr. ; Anatoin Reyes ; Ignacio Rodriguez.
[Delivery trucks in front of Crystal Cafe]
Photograph of four automobiles parked on the street outside of Crystal Cafe, on the 1800 block of Congress Avenue, Houston, Texas. The Crystal Cafe was run by Gus Gavriel.
[Alamo Furniture Company baseball team]
Photograph of the Alamo Furniture Company's baseball team, taken in the late 1920s. Top row (left to right): Jessie Chavez, Frank Gabino's nephew ; unknown ; unknown ; Lupe Garcia ; unknown ; Jessie Aldaco ; Henry Perry ; Francisco Gabino, sponsor ; Ignacio Rodriguez, Gabino's nephew ; Arturo Rodrieguez. The man on top of the automobile with the dog is Steve Alfaro. The man in the background is Ruben Munguia, the owner of the Alamo Furniture shop. Mr. Francisco (Frank) Gabino sponsored the team for many years. They played in town and out of town.
[Gabino family in front of Alamo Furniture Company shop]
Photograph of two men from the Gabino family standing in outside of the Alamo Furniture Company shop. Both men are wearing suits.
[Man and baby at Alamo Furniture Company shop]
Photograph of a man holding a baby on his shoulders in the doorway of the Alamo Furniture Company shop.
[Woman in front of Alamo Furniture Company shop]
Photograph of a woman standing in the doorway of the Alamo Furniture Company shop.
[Girl with baby, Alamo Furniture Company shop]
Photograph of a young girl holding a baby just outside the entrance of the Alamo Furniture Company shop.
[Baby in bassinet in front of Alamo Grocery store]
Photograph of a baby sitting up in its bassinet, wearing all white. The bassinet is parked outside of the Alamo Grocery and Market store.
[Boy and girl in front of street with Texaco Station]
Photograph of a young boy in overalls and a little girl in a dress standing on a curb next to the street. A Texaco service station is visible in the background.
[Woman and children in front of stores]
Photograph of a woman holding a young boy and a young girl close to her sides. Several stores are visible behind them, including: Botica Guadalupe Drugs, a liquor store, a hotel, and a radio shop.
[Men and children in front of stores]
Photograph of two men standing with a young boy and a young girl. Several stores are visible behind them, including: Botica Guadalupe Drugs, a liquor store, a hotel, and a radio shop.
[Photograph of Apolo Six band]
Photograph of the members of the Apolo Six Band (left to right): Roberto Garcia, drummer ; Tony Rubio, saxophone ; Arnulfo Olivares, banjo or mandolin ; Prof. Jesus Gabino Gonzales, piano (from town of Pajocuanon, Michoocon) ; Elisco Vara, clarinet ; Tomas Aquilar, violin.
[Inauguration of Club Mexico, 1933]
Photograph of the inauguration of Club Mexico at the M & M Building on April 16, 1933. Professor Adolfo Martinez is seated in the center. Left side: Jose Lopez - director seated with his group, Tipica Groupo de Senoritios. Right side - seated (left to right): Ignacio Mexcado, saxophone ; Rudy Rubio, clarinet ; Jose Rivas, trombone ; Jose Castro, trumphet ; Prof. Jesus Gavino Gonzales, cello. Right side - standing (left to right): Pomposo Macha ; Miguel Rivas, violin ; Gertrudis Gabino Gonzales, piano ; Jose Torres, violin ; Tomas Aguilar, violin. On the left is a large group of young women in matching dresses and hats, each holding a banjo, mandolin or guitar.
[Gabino Hernandez residence]
Photograph of a lightly painted house on Avenue I, Houston, Texas. A garage building is visible behind the house. Gabino Hernandez had the house built around 1936.
[Photograph of a woman from the Gabino family]
Photograph of a woman wearing a long dress and holding a bouquet.
[Photograph of a man from the Gabino family]
Photograph of man wearing a suit.