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6801 FM 1960 W, Houston, TX 77069 Champions Stonebridge

Places & People Stunning Vintage Photos of Life in Houston from the 1950s 5.1k Views Houston is the most populous city of Texas, founded in 1836 and named after Sam Houston. During the American Civil War, Huston served the Confederacy as a regional military logistics center.


Snow in Houston 1960

Shell Street Map of Houston. Old maps of Houston on Old Maps Online. Discover the past of Houston on historical maps.


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Harris County Houston About the Video Keywords Leave your comment This unedited footage from Houston's KPRC-TV follows the lunch counter demonstrations across Houston in March 1960 as well as the hate crime committed in retaliation.


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John F. Kennedy. September 12, 1960. Source National Archives. This speech was recorded at the Rice Hotel in Houston, Texas, and runs for 11:32. Kennedy stresses the importance of separation of church and state and condemns nations without religious liberty and tolerance. Kennedy de-emphasizes the importance of Catholicism in his candidacy.


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S. Sand Mountain Coffee House. 1960s in the United States by city. 1960s in Texas. 20th century in Houston. Decades in Houston. Hidden category: Navseasoncats decade and century.


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Remember Felix Mexican Restaurant on Westheimer? The restaurant was a pioneer of Houston Tex-Mex before it shut down in 2008 after 60 years in business.. Felix is just one of many memorable.


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Just as nationally the '50s came to an abrupt end that dreadful day in Dallas, Nov. 22, 1963, when John F. Kennedy was assassinated, for those of us who grew up in Houston, the wonder years were.


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For an investment of less than $10,000, the duo would become the founding fathers of Houston and what began as a struggling trading post would in time become the fourth largest city in the nation and a capital of industry. Explore the history of Houston by decade in this interactive timeline. 1830s. 1840s. 1850s. 1860s.


Houston Street, 1960

1954. View of original drawbridge (75 kB) (added 31-May-2001) 1961. New high clearance bridge and original causeway drawbridge (139 kB) This photo was labelled as the "new" causeway high clearance bridge. The original drawbridge facility, which can be seen in this photo, was later demolished. September 1961.


Remarkably Retro Downtown Houston, early 1960s. Photograph by...

Texas portal v t e The city of Houston in the U.S. state of Texas was founded in 1837 after Augustus and John Allen had acquired land to establish a new town at the junction of Buffalo and White Oak bayous in 1836. Houston served as the temporary capital of the Republic of Texas.


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In these photos of Houston streets from decades ago, you'll see an old shopping center here, multiple storefronts there and a maybe a derelict house or two. Many of these buildings are now long.


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Houston had 400,000 residents by the 1940's, and reached the million person mark in the 1960's. Today, more than two million people call Houston home. These images from vintage postcards showcase Houston's remarkable growth between 1940 - 1950, when the city was the fastest growing in the United States.


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Houston in the Space Age: The 1960s In Photos June 9, 2009 13:25PM Skip ad in seconds. More slideshows Two Stepping Tuesday Nights at Horni Tonk at Shoeshine Charley's Big Top Lounge


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Original Humble Oil Bld: That top photo is excellent color for the late 1950s/early 1960s, judging by the body styles of the cars in it. Posted July 13, 2006. Original Humble Oil Bld: I enlarged the photo, and right next to the Parking lot attendant's booth is THE most beautiful '58 Chevy Bel Air I have every seen.


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1965, Black Students Boycott the Public Schools Wheatley High School, 4900 Market Street. To protest the slow pace of integration in the public schools, despite its being court ordered in 1960 and again in 1962, 85 percent of the students boycotted five black high schools in Houston in 1965.


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My first trip to Houston was passing through in the 1950's with my parents, but my real first trip was in the summer of 1963. I was working for Colony House (company based in Dallas, but I was out of San Antonio). The company gave us a trip to Houston and we stayed at the Shamrock. Fantastic hotel! We then worked various parts of Houston.