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Overview Gutzon Borglum was a world-renowned artist and sculptor, most famous for his creation of Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills of South Dakota. This collection covers the time he worked on that project, and many other smaller scale projects that he worked on with varying degrees of success from his studio in San Antonio, Texas.
Overview The Isabel and Houston Harte Collection reflects a lifetime of journalistic interest in Texas by Houston Harte, who was both a journalist and newspaper executive. This collection of 269 books largely spans areas of interest in Texas history, though it touches on some issues of national relevance as well.
Scope and Contents The L. DeWitt Hale papers consist of approximately 68 linear feet of correspondence, memoranda, speeches, publications, reports, legislative files, and other types of documents. They reflect his many contributions to Corpus Christi, Nueces County, and Texas, and are a wealth of information on the legislative process as well as the political issues of the time.
Overview Gabe Lozano was a business man and politician that spent his life working to improve Corpus Christi. He was active in a large spectrum of activities in the area and was the first Hispanic American Mayor of Corpus Christi. Son of pioneering local legend Vincente Lozano, Gabe was a pioneer himself; persistently pushing for causes he felt strongly about and helping transform Corpus Christi into the city it is today.