1 90 3 http://astrodomememories.org/files/original/a7e7a17620fcfc951bd807772ab90715.jpg 448fe83d9500d33c39d20efc23e4c942 Dublin Core The Dublin Core metadata element set is common to all Omeka records, including items, files, and collections. For more information see, http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/. Title A name given to the resource Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library Description An account of the resource <p><a href="http://houstonlibrary.org" target="new"><img style="padding-right: 10px;" src="http://houstonlibrary.org/sites/all/themes/custom/hpl/images/houston-public-library-logo.png" alt="Houston Public Library logo" align="left" /></a></p> <p>The mission of the Houston Metropolitan Research Center (HMRC) is to locate, preserve, and make available to researchers the documentary evidence of Houston's history. HMRC is located in the historic Julia Ideson Building. Created in 1976, HMRC furthers its mission by providing in-depth reference services using materials including the Texas and local history book collection, archives, photographs, architectural drawings, oral histories, and maps. Librarians and Archivists are responsible for arranging, preserving, and indexing the contents of these unique collections.</p> <p>HMRC collects books with priority given to materials focusing on Houston and Texas in the following categories: non-fiction, biographies and autobiographies, fiction, poetry, young adult and children&rsquo;s materials, and government documents. The map collection concentrates on street maps for Texas communities, key maps for Harris and the surrounding counties, aerial photography maps of greater Houston, specialized book maps, and flood insurance rate maps. The archival collections focus on non-current records of local government, corporations, businesses, public and private associations, religious institutions, cultural and civic organizations, labor groups, educational institutions, and any other organization or group that has played a role in the development of Houston. HMRC also actively solicits the public and private papers of individuals whose records may shed light on important historical events or trends in the history of the area. Other notable holdings include:</p> <ul> <li>Approximately 4 million photographs</li> <li>150,000 architectural drawings</li> <li>15,000 rare books and pamphlets in the John Milsaps Collection</li> <li>Numerous rare books such as a 1520 edition of The Odyssey, a 15th century illuminated Book of Hours, and the Original Houston Town Lot Book</li> <li>Over 300 rare maps of Houston and the Southwest</li> <li>An extensive collection of oral histories, many of which are available through the Houston Oral History Project</li> </ul> <h3>Contact Information</h3> <ul> <li><strong>Online Contact Form: </strong> <a href="&quot;http://houstonlibrary.org/email-reference&lt;/a">http://houstonlibrary.org/email-reference</a></li> <li><strong>Phone: </strong> (832)393-1662</li> <li><strong>Address: </strong> Julia Ideson Building, 500 McKinney, Houston, Texas 77002</li> </ul> <h3>Links</h3> <ul> <li><strong>Website: </strong> <a href="http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/index.html">http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/index.html</a></li> <li><strong>Reproductions and Permission to Publish Form: </strong> <a href="http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/docs/ReproForm.pdf">http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/docs/ReproForm.pdf</a></li> </ul> <h3>Items from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center</h3> <p><a href="http://omeka.astrodomememories.org/items/browse?collection=16">View All Items</a></p> Still Image A static visual representation. Examples include paintings, drawings, graphic designs, plans and maps. Recommended best practice is to assign the type Text to images of textual materials. Dublin Core The Dublin Core metadata element set is common to all Omeka records, including items, files, and collections. For more information see, http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/. Identifier An unambiguous reference to the resource within a given context MSS0087-05928.100-4640N005 Title A name given to the resource Judge Curry inside the Astrodome Creator An entity primarily responsible for making the resource Bert Brandt Description An account of the resource Judge Curry inside of the Astrodome, the grass on the field being watered by sprinkler. Date A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource May, 1965 Subject The topic of the resource Astrodome Houston, TX Source A related resource from which the described resource is derived MSS0087-05928.100-4640N005 Bert Brandt Photo Collection Provenance A statement of any changes in ownership and custody of the resource since its creation that are significant for its authenticity, integrity, and interpretation. The statement may include a description of any changes successive custodians made to the resource. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library License A legal document giving official permission to do something with the resource. Used by permission - no re-use. Contact the original copyright holder for permission to re-use this item. Format The file format, physical medium, or dimensions of the resource Photographic print Type The nature or genre of the resource Still image grass and Astroturf Judge Curry http://astrodomememories.org/files/original/7e14256b8d4c1f6f14184204708438fb.jpg d3a9aa9ea0d892d3abb76d3391e9ff8b Dublin Core The Dublin Core metadata element set is common to all Omeka records, including items, files, and collections. For more information see, http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/. Title A name given to the resource Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library Description An account of the resource <p><a href="http://houstonlibrary.org" target="new"><img style="padding-right: 10px;" src="http://houstonlibrary.org/sites/all/themes/custom/hpl/images/houston-public-library-logo.png" alt="Houston Public Library logo" align="left" /></a></p> <p>The mission of the Houston Metropolitan Research Center (HMRC) is to locate, preserve, and make available to researchers the documentary evidence of Houston's history. HMRC is located in the historic Julia Ideson Building. Created in 1976, HMRC furthers its mission by providing in-depth reference services using materials including the Texas and local history book collection, archives, photographs, architectural drawings, oral histories, and maps. Librarians and Archivists are responsible for arranging, preserving, and indexing the contents of these unique collections.</p> <p>HMRC collects books with priority given to materials focusing on Houston and Texas in the following categories: non-fiction, biographies and autobiographies, fiction, poetry, young adult and children&rsquo;s materials, and government documents. The map collection concentrates on street maps for Texas communities, key maps for Harris and the surrounding counties, aerial photography maps of greater Houston, specialized book maps, and flood insurance rate maps. The archival collections focus on non-current records of local government, corporations, businesses, public and private associations, religious institutions, cultural and civic organizations, labor groups, educational institutions, and any other organization or group that has played a role in the development of Houston. HMRC also actively solicits the public and private papers of individuals whose records may shed light on important historical events or trends in the history of the area. Other notable holdings include:</p> <ul> <li>Approximately 4 million photographs</li> <li>150,000 architectural drawings</li> <li>15,000 rare books and pamphlets in the John Milsaps Collection</li> <li>Numerous rare books such as a 1520 edition of The Odyssey, a 15th century illuminated Book of Hours, and the Original Houston Town Lot Book</li> <li>Over 300 rare maps of Houston and the Southwest</li> <li>An extensive collection of oral histories, many of which are available through the Houston Oral History Project</li> </ul> <h3>Contact Information</h3> <ul> <li><strong>Online Contact Form: </strong> <a href="&quot;http://houstonlibrary.org/email-reference&lt;/a">http://houstonlibrary.org/email-reference</a></li> <li><strong>Phone: </strong> (832)393-1662</li> <li><strong>Address: </strong> Julia Ideson Building, 500 McKinney, Houston, Texas 77002</li> </ul> <h3>Links</h3> <ul> <li><strong>Website: </strong> <a href="http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/index.html">http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/index.html</a></li> <li><strong>Reproductions and Permission to Publish Form: </strong> <a href="http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/docs/ReproForm.pdf">http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/docs/ReproForm.pdf</a></li> </ul> <h3>Items from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center</h3> <p><a href="http://omeka.astrodomememories.org/items/browse?collection=16">View All Items</a></p> Still Image A static visual representation. Examples include paintings, drawings, graphic designs, plans and maps. Recommended best practice is to assign the type Text to images of textual materials. Dublin Core The Dublin Core metadata element set is common to all Omeka records, including items, files, and collections. For more information see, http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/. Identifier An unambiguous reference to the resource within a given context MSS0087-05928.100-4641N009 Title A name given to the resource Judge Curry in Astrodome car park Creator An entity primarily responsible for making the resource Bert Brandt Description An account of the resource Judge Curry and unidentified male in an almost empty Astrodome car park. Date A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource May, 1965 Subject The topic of the resource Astrodome Houston, TX Source A related resource from which the described resource is derived MSS0087-05928.100-4641N009 Bert Brandt Photo Collection Provenance A statement of any changes in ownership and custody of the resource since its creation that are significant for its authenticity, integrity, and interpretation. The statement may include a description of any changes successive custodians made to the resource. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library License A legal document giving official permission to do something with the resource. Used by permission - no re-use. Contact the original copyright holder for permission to re-use this item. Format The file format, physical medium, or dimensions of the resource Photographic print Type The nature or genre of the resource Still image Judge Curry http://astrodomememories.org/files/original/1b1fc6b403e22d3141236d82f1cfa1cc.jpg ee221d01cddac48c857844ded72634d4 Dublin Core The Dublin Core metadata element set is common to all Omeka records, including items, files, and collections. For more information see, http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/. Title A name given to the resource Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library Description An account of the resource <p><a href="http://houstonlibrary.org" target="new"><img style="padding-right: 10px;" src="http://houstonlibrary.org/sites/all/themes/custom/hpl/images/houston-public-library-logo.png" alt="Houston Public Library logo" align="left" /></a></p> <p>The mission of the Houston Metropolitan Research Center (HMRC) is to locate, preserve, and make available to researchers the documentary evidence of Houston's history. HMRC is located in the historic Julia Ideson Building. Created in 1976, HMRC furthers its mission by providing in-depth reference services using materials including the Texas and local history book collection, archives, photographs, architectural drawings, oral histories, and maps. Librarians and Archivists are responsible for arranging, preserving, and indexing the contents of these unique collections.</p> <p>HMRC collects books with priority given to materials focusing on Houston and Texas in the following categories: non-fiction, biographies and autobiographies, fiction, poetry, young adult and children&rsquo;s materials, and government documents. The map collection concentrates on street maps for Texas communities, key maps for Harris and the surrounding counties, aerial photography maps of greater Houston, specialized book maps, and flood insurance rate maps. The archival collections focus on non-current records of local government, corporations, businesses, public and private associations, religious institutions, cultural and civic organizations, labor groups, educational institutions, and any other organization or group that has played a role in the development of Houston. HMRC also actively solicits the public and private papers of individuals whose records may shed light on important historical events or trends in the history of the area. Other notable holdings include:</p> <ul> <li>Approximately 4 million photographs</li> <li>150,000 architectural drawings</li> <li>15,000 rare books and pamphlets in the John Milsaps Collection</li> <li>Numerous rare books such as a 1520 edition of The Odyssey, a 15th century illuminated Book of Hours, and the Original Houston Town Lot Book</li> <li>Over 300 rare maps of Houston and the Southwest</li> <li>An extensive collection of oral histories, many of which are available through the Houston Oral History Project</li> </ul> <h3>Contact Information</h3> <ul> <li><strong>Online Contact Form: </strong> <a href="&quot;http://houstonlibrary.org/email-reference&lt;/a">http://houstonlibrary.org/email-reference</a></li> <li><strong>Phone: </strong> (832)393-1662</li> <li><strong>Address: </strong> Julia Ideson Building, 500 McKinney, Houston, Texas 77002</li> </ul> <h3>Links</h3> <ul> <li><strong>Website: </strong> <a href="http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/index.html">http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/index.html</a></li> <li><strong>Reproductions and Permission to Publish Form: </strong> <a href="http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/docs/ReproForm.pdf">http://www2.houstonlibrary.org/hmrc/docs/ReproForm.pdf</a></li> </ul> <h3>Items from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center</h3> <p><a href="http://omeka.astrodomememories.org/items/browse?collection=16">View All Items</a></p> Still Image A static visual representation. Examples include paintings, drawings, graphic designs, plans and maps. Recommended best practice is to assign the type Text to images of textual materials. Dublin Core The Dublin Core metadata element set is common to all Omeka records, including items, files, and collections. For more information see, http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/. Identifier An unambiguous reference to the resource within a given context MSS0087-05928.100-4641N001 Title A name given to the resource Judge Curry in Astrodome car park Creator An entity primarily responsible for making the resource Bert Brandt Description An account of the resource Judge Curry in an almost empty Astrodome car park. Date A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource May, 1965 Subject The topic of the resource Astrodome Houston, TX Source A related resource from which the described resource is derived MSS0087-05928.100-4641N001 Bert Brandt Photo Collection Provenance A statement of any changes in ownership and custody of the resource since its creation that are significant for its authenticity, integrity, and interpretation. The statement may include a description of any changes successive custodians made to the resource. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library License A legal document giving official permission to do something with the resource. Used by permission - no re-use. Contact the original copyright holder for permission to re-use this item. Format The file format, physical medium, or dimensions of the resource Photographic print Type The nature or genre of the resource Still image exterior and parking Judge Curry