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H. P. Drought and Company
Creator Abstract: Henry Patrick Drought was born in 1858 in County Clare, Ireland. He eventually settled in San Antonio, Texas to take the Bar examination and establish a law practice. Drought became the attorney for Francis Smith, Caldwell and Company, the San Antonio branch of an investment firm that acted as a financial liaison between Texas farmers and ranchers seeking money to expand their land and agriculture operations, and British and Scottish financiers who had money to lend and were looking for greater returns on their investments than European markets could. Drought purchased the company with Francis Smith, and after Smith's retirement, the company came to be known as H. P. Drought and Company. Under his guidance, the company became one of the most successful investment firms in San Antonio. Prior to his death, Drought's son, Henry Patrick Drought, Jr., became a partner.
Content Abstract: The collection consists of mortgage investment records made between the company and local and international investors from 1884 to 1969. These records include financial ledgers, correspondence, abstracts of title, and contracts documenting mortgage and loan transactions. Of note are descriptions of property and the names of investors, landowners, and businesses in San Antonio, Texas.
Halff, Mayer H., 1905-1996.
Creator Abstract: Mayer H. Halff was a twentieth century Texas military officer and businessman.
Content Abstract: Collection spans the years 1904 through 2004 and includes correspondence, photographs, memoirs, newspaper clippings, negatives, financial documents, legal documents, yearbooks, newsletters, certificates, and publications that document the life and work of a twentieth century military officer and businessman.
Harp, Barbara J.
Creator Abstract: Barbara J. Harp was a longtime member of the University of Texas at San Antonio community. She joined the staff of the university in February 1973 as a secretary and retired in 2005 after devoting 35 years of service to the University of Texas System (1966-2005).
Content Abstract: The Barbara J. Harp Papers date from 1971-2002 and relate to her career at The University of Texas at San Antonio. The collection includes paper documents, photographs, and artifacts.
Heizer, Robert Fleming, 1915-
Creator Abstract: Robert F. Heizer was a professor of anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley and a member of several archaeological and anthropological societies. Heizer organized and directed the University of California Archaeological Survey from 1948-1960 and was coordinator of its successor, the Archaeological Research Facility, from 1960-1976. Heizer performed landmark studies in Olmec Archaeology, particularly at the site of La Venta, beginning in 1953.
Content Abstract: The Robert F. Heizer Papers span the years 1957 through 1991 and consist of correspondence, writings, and subject files, the bulk of the materials being Heizer's subject files on rock art and ancient methods of securing, transporting, and positioning extremely heavy stones.
Henderson, Dwight F.
Creator Abstract: Dr. Dwight F. Henderson is a former Professor of history who served as the Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, which later became part of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, from 1980 to 2006 at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is a Fulbright Scholar and a member of the Texas Association of Deans of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ Board of Directors.
Hester, Thomas R.
Creator Abstract: Thomas R. Hester was Professor of Anthropology, Division of Social Sciences at the University of Texas at San Antonio from 1973-1987 and created and served as Director of UTSA’s Center for Archaeological Research from 1974-1987. From 1987 until his retirement, Dr. Hester taught at The University of Texas at Austin.
Content Abstract: The Thomas R. Hester Papers include manuscript drafts, correspondence, committee files, grant files, and lectures related to Hester’s career at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Content Abstract: The Hicks Family Papers consist of items from four women: Lesli Hicks, Martha Hicks, Mrs. J.R. Beane, and Adelaide Woodlee. Materials include correspondence, photographs, correspondene course materials and an oral history interview.
Hieronymus, Bess, 1922-2008
Creator Abstract: Bess Hieronymus was a professor emeritus in the UTSA Department of Music. Hieronymus was the first woman appointed to full professor at UTSA and the first person to receive a doctor of musical arts degree in organ performance and musicology from the University of Texas at Austin.
Content Abstract: The collection includes books, audiocassettes, compact discs, magazines, slides from a lecture series, and materials related to The Einstein I Knew including the manuscript, research material, correspondence, and photographs.
Hollomon, John W.
Creator Abstract: John Wesley Hollomon was an Associate Professor of Education, then Professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) from 1974 to 1995. He taught in the areas of curriculum, early childhood education, Spanish and French education, Latin American area studies, developmental psychology, bilingual/cross-cultural/multicultural education, and psycho-sociolinguistics.
Content Abstract: The collection includes course syllabi, teaching materials, articles by Hollomon, manuscripts for publication, correspondence, and other materials.
Houston, Sterling, 1945-
Creator Abstract: Sterling Houston had a thirty-year career in professional theater as an actor, musician and writer in San Antonio, New York and San Francisco.
Content Abstract: The Sterling Houston Papers primarily document Houston's involvement in San Antonio theater through scripts, screenplays, programs, and press materials. Also included are correspondence, research materials, project files, photographs, and audiovisual materials.
Creator Abstract: Ray Howell was a commercial photographer in San Antonio from 1962 to 1969.
Content Abstract: The approximately 15,000 images in this collection were developed from original negatives and contact sheets shot by Ray Howell. Of special interest are views of numerous individual structures that were demolished during City of San Antonio urban renewal projects.
Huerta, Eulalio, 1907-1988. Huerta, Petra, 1908-1999.
Creator Abstract: Born in Laredo, Texas, Petra de Leon moved to San Antonio as a young girl where she graduated from Brackenridge High School. She married Eulalio Huerto and had 3 children.
Content Abstract: The collection is comprised of correspondence, receipts, articles and assorted ephemera.