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[FedEx Receipts Between Artie Smoote and Sterling Houston]

Description: FedEx receipts signed between Sterling Houston and Artie Smoote. There is no mention of what kind of package was sent, however the information includes a five-hundred-dollar declared value. The documents vary in date, and the exchange appears to have occurred over a span of more than a year. Two mailing labels have been included, on a translucent piece of paper. The addresses of the two men and their corresponding companies have been hand-written on the back of the labels.
Date: 2001-12/2002-06

[Letter from Kathy Stephan to Sterling Houston - December 3, 2001]

Description: Letter from Kathy Stephan to Sterling Houston, a prominent Texan playwright. She writes informing him of a creative project she is interested in developing- a play about Lillian Gish, a silent film actress whose life has inspired Kathy. She notes that strong racial commentary could come from the project. She has attached three pages of xeroxed newspaper clippings about the actress.
Date: December 3, 2001
Creator: Stephan, Kathy

[Letter from Myrna to Sterling Houston - August 2001]

Description: Postcard from Myrna to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright. The postcard comes after Myrna traveled to various locations in Europe, including the Tate Modern in London, where this particular postcard was acquired. It shows a mixed media painting by the artist Chris Ofili of a woman in profile. The hand-written note also mentions that she is back in Puerto Rico.
Date: August 2001

[E-mail from Amy Wegener, Tanya Palmer, and Michael Bigelow Dixon to Sterling Houston - February 2001]

Description: Letter from Amy Wegener, Tanya Palmer, and Michael Bigelow Dixon of the Actors Theatre of Louisville to Sterling Houston, prominent San Antonio playwright. They are writing to inform him that they picked one of his plays for inclusion in that year's Humana Festival of New American Plays.
Date: February 2001
Creator: Wegener, Amy; Palmer, Tanya & Dixon, Michael Bigelow

[Mario Salas Outdoors with Buffalo Soldiers]

Description: Photograph of Mario Marcel Salas, San Antonio civil rights leader and politician, standing outdoors with several men in the traditional regalia of Buffalo Soldiers, inactive all-black regiments of the U.S. Army that fought during several American wars. A street sign can be seen above them identifying their location somewhere on E. Houston Street.
Date: 2001