Full Record List

First   |   Prev   |   Record 59884 - 59908 of 61641   |   Next   |   Last      
Collection Name Date Description Folder Item Item Type Section Collection Size
Burson, Phyllis 10/6/1965 Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time". Photograph of 12 story Nixon Building at the left and the Plaza Hotel, which rose 14 stories, were the principal structures on the city's blufftop skyline. (McGregor Photo) 10.01 13 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time". Photograph of Albert Lichtensteinm Sr. (L) and George Clark, Sr. taken on a trip to Dallas, May , 1911. 10.01 14 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis 4/3/1977 Newspaper clipping "More Of The Past Takes It's Place In City's Future" by Eleanor Mortensen. 10.01 15 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis 5/5/1977 Newspaper clipping "In The Days Before Well Capper, Natural Gas Was Only A Nuisance" by Bill Walraven. 10.01 16 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis 1/19/1966 Newspaper clipping "Moved To New Post', photograph of President Johnson as he shakes hands with Lincoln Gordon, U. S. Ambassador to Brazil. 10.01 17 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis 6/3/1966 Newspaper clipping "Mayors For Urban Renewal", photograph of former mayors (L to R) Farrell Smith, Furman, Ben McDonald, Dr. James L. Barnard, Ellroy King and A. A. Lichtenstein. 10.01 18 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "1919 Hurricane Recalled On It's 27th Anniversary". 10.01 19 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis 1918 Newspaper clipping "Now We Know", photograph of Corpus Christi High School Team (L to R) (standing) Boone Walker, Leslie Coleman, unidentified, (kneeling) Horace Caldwel, Bill Tompkins, Harold Babcock, Dr. McIver Furman, Valdemar Olsen, (sitting) R. L. Garrett, Melvin Askey, Leslie Wright, Warren Philbert, Elvis Russell, Keats Dunham and Otto Flores. 10.01 20 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time", photograph of Chaparral street in the 900 block across from Artesian Park after the 1919 Hurricane, worst natural disaster ever to strike Corpus Christi, left debris piled 15 feet high after it swept the downtown area with 10 1/2 foot waves. 10.01 21 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of gutted remains of the city's Power and Light Plant on Water Street after 1919 Hurricane. 10.01 22 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of scene of 1919 storm wreckage. 10.01 23 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of the Bayfront Wharf. 10.01 24 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "High Water", photograph of the Breakers Hotel after the 1919 Hurricane. 10.01 25 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time", photograph of drawing of the Bird's Eye View of Corpus Christi, 1887. 10.01 26 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time", photograph take three days after the great storm of 1919 by G. E. Clemons. View is from the top of the Nueces Hotel looking south. The white building at the right is the old Corpus Christi National Bank. 10.01 27 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of the view of the Bluff at Leopard Street and Broadway. 10.01 28 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of the view of the Old Nueces Bay Causeway prior to it's 1919 destruction by the giant hurricane of that season. 10.01 29 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of Water Street near the mouth of the Port after the Hurricane of Sept. 11, 1919. 10.01 30 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time", photograph of the corner of Chaparral and Starr Streets in the early 1900's. Trolley cars were a popular mode of transportation. 10.01
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time", photograph of the corner of Chaparral and Starr Streets in the early 1900's. Trolley Cars were popular modes of transportation with residents. 10.01 31 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping "Once Upon A Time", photograph of the Princess Hotel being constructed at Water and Mann when photograph was taken at the bayfront back in 1929. 10.01 32 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of downtown Corpus Christi taken in December, 1935. In the foreground is the 700 block of N. Chaparral and a city bus winding it's way through traffic. 10.01 33 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of snowfall on the roofs and in the yards of homes in the 700 block of Water Street after the January 29, 1897 snowstorm. Five inches of snow fell and the deepest ever recorded. 10.01 34 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of downtown Corpus Christi when photographer Doc McGregor captured, May 26, 1935. The street running East and West to the left is Peoples and the one at the right is Schatzel. 10.01 35 Clipping B40
Burson, Phyllis No Date Newspaper clipping of photograph of long string of mule teams in a cotton field in the Petronila area in the early 1930's. 10.01 36 Clipping B40