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Kenwood Community Council (San Antonio, Tex.)
Creator Abstract: The Kenwood Community Council is an incorporated neighborhood organization in San Antonio, Texas, established in 1964.
Content Abstract: The records include legal documents, news clippings, correspondence, a memoir, a photographic print and minutes that illustrate the formation, growth and organization of the Kenwood Community Council.
Kight, John C.
Creator Abstract: John C. Kight was director of transportation planning and development for 35 years with the Texas Department of Transportation – San Antonio District.
Content Abstract: In the 1960s John C. Kight purchased a small collection of glass plate negatives at an estate sale in the Alamo Heights area of San Antonio. While the photographer is unknown, the images appear to have been taken in and around San Antonio with a few taken in New Braunfels.
Kight, John, d. 1989.
Creator Abstract: John Kight was a long time employee and historian of successive transportation companies in San Antonio. The records of VIA Metropolitan Transit, kept by Kight, include material from the beginning of mass transit in San Antonio in 1878 to 1990.
Content Abstract: The Kight Transportation Collection documents the history of mass transportation in San Antonio. The collection is divided into three series of records representing the different types of material and the origins of that material: VIA Records, Transportation, and Special Formats.
Killis Almond and Associates.
Creator Abstract: Killis Almond Architects, PC is a multi-disciplinary professional consulting firm based in San Antonio, Texas specializing in architectural design for new construction, historical preservation, rehabilitation and research, and cultural resource management.
Content Abstract: This collection consists of approximately 140 linear feet of manuscript material and approximately 165 linear feet of oversize material, the bulk of which are archictectural plans.
Kirk, Theron, 1919-1999
Creator Abstract: Theron Kirk is the composer of more than 1,000 published works for chorus, chamber groups, symphony orchestra, vocal solo, organ, carillon, and a one-act opera.
Content Abstract: Material consists of music composed by Theron Kirk. There are also cassette tapes of performances, photographs, tapes and reels of music performances, music composed by others, correspondence, royalties and contracts, clippings, biographies of Theron Kirk, calendars, music notes, retirement mementos, and certificates.
Kiwanis Club of San Antonio
Content Abstract: This 1933 scrapbook of prominent San Antonio sites and structures was created by the San Antonio Kiwanis Club to persuade Kiwanis International to hold its 1935 convention in San Antonio, Texas.
KMOL-TV San Antonio
Creator Abstract: Reflections on Texas was developed and produced by KMOL-TV San Antonio to commemorate the United States Bicentennial. The series of 250 30-second vignettes was initially intended to provide an overview of local history to heighten community awareness of the past, but evolved into focusing more on the offbeat moments of Texas and San Antonio history.
Content Abstract: This collection consists of 186 2-inch quadruplex videotapes.
Kowalski, Rosemary, 1924-
Creator Abstract: Rosemary Kowalski is a San Antonio community leader and philanthropist involved in San Antonio's cultural, arts, human service, religious, and educational organizations. She purchased Uncle Ben's Barbecue restaurant with her husband in 1946, which developed into Catering by Rosemary, a successful catering business that eventually grew into a full service event planning company, The RK Group.
Content Abstract: The Rosemary Kowalski Papers contain correspondence, photographs, clippings, appointment calendars, awards, audiovisual recordings, and electronic records pertaining to Rosemary's personal life, the history of her catering business, and her involvement in the community.
Creator Abstract: Angelina Kretzschmar, a social activist and feminist, worked for the U.S. Army at Fort Sam Houston from 1974-1996. During her tenure at Fort Sam Houston, Kretzschmar filed serveral discrimination charges against management on behalf of herself and of the National Federation of Federal Employees Union-Local 28.
Content Abstract: The Angelina Kretzschmar Papers document discrimination cases (1989-1996) that Kretzschmar filed against management at Fort Sam Houston. Also included are records Kretzschmar collected as a member of more than fifteen local, regional, and national organizations. Materials that Kretzschmar amassed in the sixteen years as a community activist include correspondence, newsletters and other publications, brochures, pamphlets, campaign materials, government documents and other legislative materials, minutes, newspaper clippings, and ephemera. The papers also include materials related to events and projects she worked on as a social activist in the San Antonio area.
Krier, Cyndi Taylor
Creator Abstract: Cyndi Taylor Krier represented Bexar County in the Texas Senate for two terms from 1984 through 1992. In 1992, Krier was the first woman and first Republican elected as Bexar County Judge.
Content Abstract: The Cyndi Taylor Krier Papers consist of correspondence, awards, subject files, working files, campaign materials, fundraising materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, telephone and mail logs, speeches, daily schedules and scrapbooks.