Houston Postcard Selected Bibliography

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Bivens, Ralph. 1996. Rice Hotel funding falls into place. Houston Chronicle. 18 June, sec. C, p. 1.

_____. 1998. Once upon a time at the Rice: Houston's finest hotel always had a Texas-rich history. Now it has a fresh lease on life, too. Texas: Houston Chronicle Magazine. 5 April, pp. 6-11.

Daniels, Pat. 1992. A Fascinating Voyage on the Bolivar Ferry. Crystal Beach, TX: Peninsula Press.

Fox, Stephen. 1981. General Plan of the William M. Rice Institute and Its Architectural Development. Houston: Rice University.

Haynes, Robert. "HOUSTON RIOT OF 1917." The Handbook of Texas Online. <http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/HH/jch4.html>
[Accessed Thu Feb 7 22:17:32 US/Central 2002 ].

Johnston, Marguerite. 1964. A Happy Worldly Abode: Christ Church Cathedral, 1839-1964. Houston: Cathedral Press.

_____. 1991. Houston: The Unknown City, 1836-1946. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press.

Kingston, Mike, ed. 1985. Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide, Sesquicentennial Edition, 1986-1987. Dallas: Dallas Morning News.

Lent, Joy. 1983. Houston Heritage Using Antique Postcards. Houston: D.H. White & Co.

McComb, David G. 1986. Galveston, A History. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Miller, Ray. 1983. Ray Miller's Galveston. Houston: Cordovan Press.

_____. 1982. Ray Miller's Houston, 1st ed. Houston: Cordovan Press.

_____. 1992. Ray Miller's Houston, 2nd ed. Houston: Gulf Publishing Co.

Sibley, Marilyn McAdams. 1968. The Port of Houston: A History. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Southwest Center for Urban Research and School Architecture, Rice University. 1980. Houston Architectural Survey, 6 vols. Houston: Rice University.

Thalian Club (Charter and Bylaws). 1908. Kirby Lumber Company Papers. East Texas Research Center, Stephen F. Austin State University, Ralph W. Steen Library.

Tyer, Brad. 2001. "Their First 100 Years: Will the Chronicle's celebration turn up the headlines of August 24, 1917?" Houston Press August 30. <http://www.houstonpress.com/issues/2001-08-30/news.html>
[Accessed Thu Feb 7 22:29:00 US/Central 2002]

Special thanks go to: Chris Dewey, Robert Ford, Brian D. Gilmore, Andy Karr, Aussie Meyer, Tom Phillips, Rick Wrobel, and Donna.

All cards are from the collection of Carl Seiler unless otherwise stated.