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JONES (JESSE HOLMAN) PAPERS

JONES (JESSE HOLMAN) PHOTOGRAPHS, circa 1880-1965

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Jesse Holman Jones Papers, 1880-1965



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Jones, Jesse H. (Jesse Holman), 1874-1956
Title: Jesse Holman Jones papers
Dates: 1880-1965
Abstract: Jesse H. Jones was a prominent Houston businessman, builder, and publisher of the Houston Chronicle, and held positions with the American Red Cross during World War I and in the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration. He was involved with real estate development and building construction in Texas and elsewhere.
Identification: urn:taro:utexas.cah.00016
Extent: 41.67 linear feet
Language: English .
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Scope and Contents

Papers concern the career of Jones (1874-1956), builder, financier, statesman, and publisher of the Houston Chronicle, and relate to the construction of buildings in Houston, Fort Worth, Dallas, and San Antonio; real estate holdings in Dallas, Houston Memphis, and New York City; the Democratic National Convention of 1928 in Houston; the development of the San Jacinto Monument, battleground, and battleship; the creation of the Houston Endowment, Inc.; Jones's service as director general of the Department of Military Relief of the American Red Cross and member of the Red Cross War Council during World War I, as federal loan administrator of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and secretary of commerce under Franklin D. Roosevelt, and as director general of the Texas Centennial Celebration; his activities as the chairman or the Houston Harbor Board, as a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church and chairman of its building committee, and in development, finance, and banking operations, particularly in Houston; and his collaboration with Edward Angley in writing 50 Million Dollars. A gap exists in the collection from 1930-1950 representing Jones's active service in the federal government. Most of the Jones material for those years is located in the Library of Congress. Collection contains correspondence, business and financial records, book manuscripts and research notes, speeches, certificates, address and appointment books, scrapbooks, magazine and newspaper clippings, annotated copies of the Congressional Record, blueprints, charts, photographs, films, cartoons, pamphlets, painting, drawings, posters, and phonograph records. There is some photocopied material.

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Organization

Organized into sixteen series: 1. Early personal files. 2. Personal files. 3. Posthumous files. 4. Building files. 5. Book files.6. Magazine files. 7. Miscellaneous files. 8. Newspaper clippings. 9. Newspapers. 10. Oversize cabinet files. 11. Oversize items. 12. Photograph files. 13. Speech files. 14. Indexes. 15. Motion Picture films. 16. Sound recordings.

JONES (JESSE HOLMAN) PAPERS: OUTLINE

PAPERS:
I. Early Personal Files 3M410-3M427
II. Personal Files 3M428-3M469
III. Posthumous Files 3M469-3M472
  • A. Correspondence and Cards 3M469-3M472
  • B. Resolutions and Memorials 3M471
  • C. Funeral Record 3M472
  • D. Reply Letters 3M472
  • E. Mrs. Jones 3M472
  • F. Gladys Mikell 3M472
IV. Building Files 3M473-3M475; 2.325/V12; 2.116/OD1223A; OD1275
V. Book Files
  • A. Aunt Dicey Tales 3M476
  • B. 50 Billion Dollars 3M476-3M484
    • 1. Galley Proofs
    • 2. Books Sent, Memos and Lists
    • 3. Reply Letters "A-Z"
    • 4. Criticisms
    • 5. Requests
    • 6. Research Materials
  • C. Jesse H. Jones: The Man and the Statesman 3M484-3M485; 3M504
    • 1. Biographical Material
    • 2. Captions and Photographs
    • 3. Correspondence
    • 4. Manuscript
    • 5. Proofs of Photographs
VI. Magazine Files 3M486-3M488
  • A. Correspondence
  • B. Articles
VII. Miscellaneous Files 3M489-3M496, OD1275
VIII. Newspaper Clippings 3M497-3M499
IX. Newspapers (transferred to the Newspaper Collection of the Center for American History)
X. Oversize Cabinet Files
  • A. Cabinet I, JHJ2
    • Dwr. 6 Certificates, Honors, etc.
    • Dwr 7 Declarations, Proclamations, etc.
  • B. Cabinet II, JH3
    • Dwr 5 Maps, charts, and miscellaneous
    • Dwr 6. Miscellaneous Brochures, Pamphlets, etc. 1-8
    • Dwr 7 Miscellaneous Brochures, Pamphlets, etc. 9-13
    • Dwr 8 Miscellaneous Brochures, Pamphlets, etc. 14-20
    • Dwr 10 Newspapers, Photostats, Templates, etc
    • Dwr 12 Posters
XI. Oversize Items
  • A. Address Books 4K616-4K624
  • B. Audit Report 4K625
  • C. Congressional Records, Annotated 4K626-4K695
  • D. Programs 4K701-4K703
  • E. Scrapbooks 4K704-4K716
  • F. Trust Certificates 4K717
  • G. Building Files OD 1275; 2.116/OD1223A; 2.325/V12
  • H. Framed certificates and awards 4N57b-4N58a
XII. Photograph Files
  • I. Photograph Files
    • JHJ 1:
    • A. Jesse H. Jones and Others, Drawer 1
    • B. Jesse H. Jones, Portraits, Drawer 2
    • C. Portraits of Others, Drawers 2-3
    • D. Buildings, Drawer 2
    • E. Miscellaneous, Drawer 2-3
    • F. Theaters, Drawer 3
    • 2.328:
    • Extra Large Pictures
    • Jesse H. Jones Portrait
    • Buildings
    • Cartoon
    • Work of Art
    • Miscellaneous
  • II. Oversize Items
    • Framed Pictures
      • 4N49a, 4N51b Jesse H. Jones Portraits
      • 4N31a-b, 4N51a, 4N52a-e Jesse H. Jones and others
      • 4N53a, 3T402G Group Photographs
      • 4N54a,c,f Portraits
      • 4N51c-d, 4N53b, 4N55a-b Buildings
      • JHJ 2 Drawer 2, 4N59aCartoons
      • 4N59b-4N59cWorks of Art, Miscellaneous
  • III. Oversize Cabinet Files
    • A. Cabinet I, JHJ 2
      • Dwr 1 Buildings
      • Dwr 2-5 Cartoons, 1928-1956, undated
      • Dwr 5 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits nos. 1-33
      • Dwr 8 Group Photographs
      • Dwr 9 Jesse H. Jones portraits, nos. 1-13
      • Dwr 10 Jesse H. Jones portraits, nos. 14, 15
      • Dwr 11 Jesse H. Jones portraits, nos. 16-20
      • Dwr 12 Jesse H. Jones portraits, nos. 21-33
      • B. Cabinet II, JHJ 3
    • B. Cabinet II, JHJ 3
    • Dwr 1 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits nos. 34-38
    • Dwr 2 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits nos. 39-48
    • Dwr 3 Jesse H. Jones and others, nos. 1-46
    • Dwr 4 Jesse H. Jones and others, nos. 47-73
    • Dwr 6 Miscellaneous photographs
    • Dwr 7 Photo album of San Jacinto Monument and Museum
    • Dwr 9 Miscellaneous photographs, nos. 1-19
    • Dwr 10 Newspaper photostats and templates
    • Dwr 11 Portraits, nos. 1-75
    • Dwr 12 Works of Art
IV. Motion Picture Films, 3Y300
XIII. Speech Files 3M500-3M503
XIV. Indexes
  • I. Appointment and Telephone Index JHJ 4-8
  • B. Early Personal and Personal Files to Persons 3N69-3N71
  • C. Gifts Received Index JHJ 9
XVI. Sound Recordings 2.325 Range R

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

There are no use restrictions on this collection. Publisher is responsible for complying with copyright law.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Angley, J. Edward
Cullen, Hugh Roy, 1881-1957
Farley, James A.
Holcombe, Oscar, 1888-1968
Jones, Audrey Louise
Jones, Jesse H. (Jesse Holman), 1874-1956
Jones, Mary Gibbs
Rogers, Will, 1879-1935
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
Corporate Names
American national Red Cross
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Houston Fat Stock Show
Methodist Hospital (Houston, Tex.)
Port of Houston Authority
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
San Jacinto Battleground Monument (Tex.)
South Texas Lumber Company
St. Paul's United Methodist Church (Houston, Tex.)
Texas Centennial (1936 : Dallas, Tex.)
United States. Congress
Subjects
Architecture--Designs and plans
Banks and banking
Beauty contests
Building
Caricatures and cartoons
Church buildings
Commerce
Exhibitions
Historic sites
Hospitals
Hotels
Livestock
Lumber trade
Merchants
Monuments
New Deal, 1933-1939
Politicians
Politics and government
Real estate business
Texas Centennial
Theaters
Places
Houston
San Jacinto Battleground State Historical Park
Texas
United States
Document Types
Cartoons (humorous images)
Newspapers

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Jesse Holman Jones Papers, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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OCLC Number

23285513

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Detailed Description of the Collection

JONES (JESSE HOLMAN) PAPERS

box
3M410 [SRH1230018359] Early Personal Files
American Red Cross, Correspondence
1917, October 1918-December 1918, January 1919-February 1919, August 1919
June 1923, October 1923, December 1923, undated
American Red Cross, Miscellaneous Materials, 1919, 1922, undated
Daughters and Sons of the Republic of Texas Revolution, April 20, 1937
Democratic National Committee, Bernard Baruch, October, 1924
Glass, Carter, (Portrait), February 1928, March 1928
Houston and Fort Worth Buildings., Appraisal Report, March 7, 1929
Houston Buildings., Progress Reports, January-May, 1929
Houston Chronicle, William Costello, April, 1929
Houston, Loew Theater, April-August, 1926
Houston National Bank, September 1931-November 1931, undated
Houston
National Standard Building, Typical Office Arrangement, Undated
Palace Theater, July 1929-September 1929, September 1930, April 1931-December 1931
Paramount Publix Corp., Metropolitan Theater, July-October, 1931
Parker Lease and Purchase, February 1923-September 1925, undated
Paul's Shoe Stores, August, 1929
Penney's (J.C.) Co., July, 1929
Houston, Port of
September 1928, October 1928, October 1929, September 1930, undated
Manchester Purchase
Minutes Record, Board of Harbor Commissioners, December 19, 1913
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3M411 [SRH1230018349] Correspondence, August 1916, March 1917, August 1920-November 1920
Correspondence, January-June, 1921
Statements to the Press, undated
Statements to the Press, undated
White Oak Development, June 1930, July 1930, February 1931
Houston Post Dispatch, November 1929, January 1931, October 1931-December 1931, January 1932, undated
Houston Postal Telegraph, Rice Hotel, February 1930, October 1930, November 1930
Houston Power Plant, June 1928, September 1928-December 1928, September 1929, November 1929
Houston
Prarie Avenue, September 1929, October 1929
Presbyterian University, April, 1929, undated
Preston and Fannin Property, April 4, 1930
Progressive Encyclopedia , February-September, 1930
Houston Properties Corp.
November, 1922-July, 1925
August, 1925
box
3M412 [SRH1230018339] September 1925-July 1926, August 1929, October 1929-December 1929
September 1925-July 1926, August 1929, October 1929-December 1929
Undated
Houston
Proposed Apartment Building, February-May, 1923
Proposed Power Plant, February 1931-April 1931, June 1931
Houston Radio Station (KTRH)
January 1929, September 1929-December 1929
January-November, 1930
January 1931-December 1931, July 1940, undated
Houston, Rice Hotel
1917, March 1919-December 1920
January, 1921-December, 1922
January-December, 1923
box
3M413 [SRH1230018338] January 1924-December 1924, January 1925-April 1925
May-September, 1925, undated
Houston, Rice Hotel Annex
December, 1922-March, 1925
April 1925-December 1925, January 1926-December 1926
January-December, 1927
February 1928-December 1928, March 1929-December 1929
January 1930-December 1930, January 1931-November 1931
Houston
Rice Institute, May, 1929
River Oaks, January 1929-February 1929, 1931
Roxford Apartment Building, March, 1930
Rusk and Milam Bus Station (Walker Building), July 1929-December 1929, August 1930
Rusk and San Jacinto (Sims Purchase), September, 1930
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3M414 [SRH1230018348] Rusk and Travis, March 1921, August 1921
St. Paul's Methodist Church
1907-1908
January-December, 1928
January-February, 1929
March-December, 1929
January-December, 1930
January-December, 1931
Houston Salt Co., December, 1931
Houston
San Jacinto Hotel Co.
July 1926, February 1927, April 1927, May 1927, October 1927-December 1927, January 1928-December 1928, undated
July, September, 1931
San Jacinto Trust Co., May, 1930
Schulte United Inc., March, 1929
Seaport Bank Lease, July, 1929
Southern Loan and Investment Co., November 1929, December 1929
Straus Loan No. 1, May 1926, January 1927-February 1927
Straus Loan No. 2
September 1925, January 1926-June 1926
box
3M415 [SRH1230018347] July-December, 1926
Lamar Hotel, Metro. Theater, Keystone Building, September 1926, January 1927, undated
Straus Loan No. 3, Kirby and Chronicle Buildings, Block 139, March-October, 1927
Straus Loan Negotiations
August-December, 1925
Rice Annex, Electric Building, Theater, October 1925, January 1926-August 1926
Houston Terminal Land Co.
Gen., Estate of H. T. D. Wilson, March, 1909-November, 1922, undated
June, 1926-August, 1931
Jesse H. Jones
Correspondence
December 1920, 1921, 1922, December 1926-December 1927, undated
January-December, 1928, undated
Presidential Endorsement
April-June 15, 1928
box
3M416 [SRH1230018337] June 17-October, 1928, undated
Publicity
December, 1927-July, 1928
February-November, 1929
Reception by Citizens of Houston, January-May, 1928
Jones Lumber Co., March 1919-April 1925, January 1927, March 1927, December 1928
Jones Motor Co.
September, 1919-October, 1920
November, 1920-April, 1924, undated
Jones Properties, Business District of Houston, April 5, 1929
"K", Miscellaneous, January-December, 1931
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3M417 [SRH1230018336] Kempner, Alex, Esplanade Building, September-November, 1922
Keystone Building, January-December, 1927
Kingston Property (Ontario, Canada), August, 1927-June, 1931
Kulp, Jacob, Parcel Post Building, October, 1923-February, 1924
L, Miscellaneous, January-December, 1931
Labor Union Petition, July 10, 1929
Legal Opinions, August 1929, March 1930, April 1930, July 1931, undated
Legislation
February 1927, March 1927, February 1928-May 1928, January 1929-December 1929, January 1930-December 1930
January-May, 1931
June-December, 1931, undated
box
3M418 [SRH1230018346] Child Welfare
May-July 17, 1931
(Mailing Lists and Financial Contributions), July 18-August, 1931, undated
Robinson Law Repeal
April 1929, May 1929, October 1930-December 1930, January 1931-March 21, 1931
March 22-November, 1931
Lloyds (Magazine), January 1928-April 1928, March 1929-September 1929
Loan Applications, January, 1930
Lubbock, Texas, January 1929-November 1929, August 1930-September 1930
Miscellaneous
November, 1930-February, 1931
March-June, 1931
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3M419 [SRH1230018546] "M", Miscellaneous, July-December, 1931
Manufacturers Record, June 1928, April 1929, May 1929, October 1929
Maps, Correspondence, Data, August 1930-September 1930, undated
Marine Bank and Trust Co.
July 1926-December 1926, February 1927-December 1927
May-December, 1928
January-July, 1929
August-December, 1929
January-June, 1930
July-December, 1930
box
3M420 [SRH1230018547] January-October, 1931
Maturities, Sundry Corps., Financial Report, December 12, 1929
Mayoralty Campaign
December, 1920-February, 1921
October-December, 1926
Membership in Clubs and Similar Organizations, January, 1929-May, 1930
Membership in Clubs and Similar Organizations, Cards, Pamphlet, Correspondence, 1927-1937, undated
Methodist Hospital, March 1928, January 1931-December 1931
Real Estate, 1927
Reichner, Louis Irving, (Bank Loan), October 1930, September 1931-November 1931
Reservations, American Bankers Assoc. Convention, June, 1931
St. Anthony Hotel, December, 1929
St. Louis Hotel, July 1926-December 1926, January 1927
St. Louis Railway Exchange Building, November-December, 1921
St. Regis Hotel, (N.Y.), October 1921-August 1922, September 1927, undated
Sakowitz Bros., 1931
Salvation Army Building, June 1922, August 1922, January 1923, March 1923
Sam Houston Memorial Association, 1924-1927, undated
box
3M421 [SRH1230018548] San Antonio, General, 1929-1931
Sanger Bros., October 1926, November 1926, February 1927, March 1927
Smith Bros. Properties, San Antonio
January 1927, December 1927, January 1928-March 1928, July 1928, November 1928-December 1928
January 1929, March 1929, June 1929, August 1929
Smith-Young Tower, April, 1931
South Texas Lumber Co., Correspondence, Financial Statements, 1906-1908, undated
Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, April 1929, May 1929, July 1929, August 1929
Statements
Companies 1-25, Consol. Balance Sheets, December 31, 1928
Condensed and Detailed Co. Financial Reports, Nos. 1-25, 1926-1928
Consolidated, 1928-1930, 1940-1944, undated
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3M422 [SRH1230018549] Statements, Miscellaneous
1924-1925, undated
1926
1927, undated
1928
1928, undated
January-May, 1929
June-August, 1929
box
3M423 [SRH1230018550] September-December 31, 1929
December 31, 1929, undated
1930, undated
Statements, Working Papers, 1931
Stationery, September 1929, November 1930-December 1930
Sterling Life Insurance Co., February 12, 1930
Sterling, R.S.
1931, undated
Governor Campaign
June-July, 1930
August 1-25, 1930
August 26, 1930-December 1930, January 1931, undated
Stocks and Bonds
October, 1919-March, 1921
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3M424 [SRH1230018551] April, 1921-December. 1922
January, 1923-December, 1924
January-April, 1925
May 1925-December 1925, January 1926-December 1926
March 1927, April 1927, June 1927, November 1927, January 1928-December 1928
January-February, 1929
March-June, 1929
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3M425 [SRH1230018552] July-December, 1929
January-April, 1930
May-December, 1930
January-April, 1931
May-August, 1931
September-December, 1931
Stocks and Bonds, Bankers Mortgage Co.
January-August 15, 1931
August 17-December, 1931
box
3M426 [SRH1230018553] Straus Bonds
January-March, 1923
April 1923-October 1923, August 1929, September 1929
Subscriptions, February 1930-September 1931, undated
Sweeney Jewelry Co., March 1927, December 1927
"T", Miscellaneous
January-April, 1931
May-December, 1931
Tax Matters
January, 1927-March, 1928
January-December, 1929
January-June, 1930
January-October, 1931
Testimonial Banquet
April-May 28, 1923
Undated Lists, May 29, 1923 - December 1923
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3M427 [SRH1230018554] Texas Centennial
May 1925, October 1925, November 1925, January 1926-May 15, 1926
May 17-December, 1926
January-December, 1927
January-December, 1928
January 1929-November 1929, February 1930-December 1930
Texas Centennial Survey Committee, Minutes, January 8, 1924
Texas Monthly, (Peter Molyneaux), April 1928-December 1928, January 1929-August 1929
Textile Banking Corp., October 1921-December 1921, January 1922, July 1922, May 1923, December 1923, May 1924
Woodrow Wilson, Correspondence, November 1916, May 1918-December 1918, July 1919, December 1919, May 1920, August 1920, December 1920, February 1921, October 1921, December 1921, January 1922, November 1922, May 1923-June 1924, January 1927
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3M428 [SRH1230018555] Personal Files
"A"
February 1946, April 1947, December 1949, January 1950-September 1950
October-December, 1950
January-May, 1951
June-August, 1951
September-December, 1951
January-May, 1952
June-December, 1952
January-June, 1953
July-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
box
3M429 [SRH1230018545] January-December, 1955
January-April, 1956
American Airlines, Inc., March, 1942-April, 1948
American Institute of Banking, January, 1952-March, 1956
American-Israel Society, March-April, 1954
American Oil Company, August-September, 1955
Edward Angley
January, 1949-November, 1950
December, 1950-December, 1951, undated
Appeal Letters
January 1953, June 1953, December 1953, January 1954-May 1954
June-August, 1954
box
3M430 [SRH1230018535] September, 1954
October-December, 1954
January-June, 1955
July-December, 1955
January-September, 1956
Autographs and Pictures Requested, February, 1954-July, 1956
"B"
November 1941, February 1945, January 1946-May 1946, October 1949-February 1950
March-May, 1950
box
3M431 [SRH1230018525] May-June, 1950
July-September, 1950
October-December, 1950
January-April, 1951
May-July, 1951
August-October, 1951
November-December, 1951
box
3M432 [SRH1230018515] January-April, 1952
May-August, 1952
September-October, 1952
November 1952-December 1952, January 1953-February 1953
March-July, 1953
August-December, 1953
January-March, 1954
April-May, 1954
June-September, 1954
box
3M433 [SRH1230018514] October-December, 1954
January-June, 1955
July-December, 1955
January-November, 1956
Banking and Currency, (B & 0 Railroad Loan), April-August, 1951
Baxter, Norman W.
January. 1946-September, 1952
October, 1952-May, 1956
Blanton, W.N., Chamber of Commerce, August, 1945-May, 1950
Blanton Memorial
June-August, 1949
September, 1949-September, 1950, undated
Books Received (gifts), October, 1954-April, 1956
Buffalo Bayou Property Owners Assoc., Brief on Flood Control, December 9, 1936
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3M434 [SRH1230018513] "C"
July 1942, October 1946, April 1947, December 1949-April 1950
May-July, 1950
August-November 10, 1950
November 11, 1950-January, 1951
February-May, 1951
June-December, 1951
January-June, 1952
July-December, 1952
box
3M435 [SRH1230018512] January-March, 1953
April-July, 1953
August-December, 1953
January-March, 1954
April-June, 1954
July-December, 1954
January-June, 1955
box
3M436 [SRH1230018511] July-December, 1955
January-May, 1956
Cartoons
August, 1935-October, 1942
May, 1943-January, 1945
February, 1945
Civil Aeronautics Board, February-April, 1954
Columbian National Life Ins. Co., May-September, 1949
Commerce Co., June 1947, December 1949, January 1950, December 1950, May 1953
Commerce Co. Stock, Gifts to Nieces and Nephews, July, 1947
Continental Oil Building, March-May, 1953
County Court House, February 1953, March 1953, May 1953
Cullen, Hugh Roy, January 1945-November 1945, June 1946-December 1946, March 1947, November 1951-December 1951, April 1955-May 1955
"D"
December 1947, January 1950-August 1950
September-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
box
3M437 [SRH1230018510] January-August, 1952
September-December, 1952
January-June, 1953
July-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
January-December, 1955
January-July, 1956
Davis, James M., 1939-1945
Democratic National Committee, 1945, 1947
Democratic National Convention, Delegate Card, 1932
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3M438 [SRH1230018509] "E"
January 1946, May 1948-June 1949
July, 1949-August, 1950
September, 1950-December, 1951
January-December, 1952
January-December, 1953
January, 1954-May, 1956
Elkins, Judge J.A., July 1955-August 1955, January 1956
Equitable Life Assurance Society, November, 1945-June, 1954
Evans, Silliman, December 1952, June 1954-July 1954, September 1954
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3M439 [SRH1230018508] "F"
March 1941, February 1948, December 1949-May 1950
June-December, 1950
January-June, 1951
July-December, 1951
January-June, 1952
July-December, 1952
January-May, 1953
box
3M440 [SRH1230018507] June-December, 1953
January-April, 1954
May-December, 1954
January-August, 1955
October 1955-December 1955, January 1956-October 1956
First National Bank, May 1950, September 1953-June 1955, undated
Friedel, Frank, University of Illinois, January-July, 1953
Future Farmers of America, July-September, 1955
"G"
October 1940, January 1946, April 1946, September 1947, July 1949, January 1950-July 1950
August-December, 1950
January-August, 1951
September-December, 1951
box
3M441 [SRH1230018516] January-June, 1952
July-December, 1952
January-May, 1953
June-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
January-June, 1955
July 1955-December 1955, January 1956-October 1956
"H"
January 1935, August 1938, December 1944, January 1946, April 1946, June 1946, July 1947, September 1949-November 1949, January 1950-March 1950
April-June, 1950
box
3M442 [SRH1230018526] July-September, 1950
October-December, 1950
January-May, 1951
June-September, 1951
October-December, 1951
January-March, 1952
April-August, 1952
box
3M443 [SRH1230018536] September-October, 1952
November-December 15, 1952
December 16, 1952-February, 1953
March-May, 1953
June-July, 1953
August-December, 1953
January-March, 1954
box
3M444 [SRH1230018517] April-June, 1954
July-December, 1954
January-May, 1955
June-October, 1955
November 1955-December 1955, January 1956-September 1956, undated
Heyne, Fred J. Building, University of Houston, January-February, 1956
Hoblitzelle, Karl, June, 1946-November, 1947
Houston Chronicle
February-July, 1945
August 1945-March 1946, November 1946
box
3M445 [SRH1230018066] January, 1949-November, 1951
March-December, 1952
January-December, 1953
January-June, 1954
July-December, 1954
January, 1955-January, 1956
Houston Club, February-March, 1953
Houston Endowment, Inc., January 1948-April 1956, undated
Houston Fat Stock Show
January, 1948-December, 1949
January, 1950-September, 1953
box
3M446 [SRH1230018074] January, 1954-April, 1956
Houston Horse Show Association, February 1949-September 1955, undated
Houston Post, March, 1945-June, 1953
Houston Real Estate Operations, undated
Houston Stockyards, Maps, Resume, Booklet, 1954, 1955, undated
Houston Street and Newsboys Club, December, 1952-June, 1955
"I"
February, 1950-October, 1953
April, 1954-March, 1956, undated
Institute of International Education
April, 1952-July, 1953
August-October, 1953
November, 1953-December, 1955
box
3M447 [SRH1230018084] Invitations
1936, 1937, 1940, 1941
March-December, 1954
January-December, 1955
January-May, 1956
"J"
June 1949, January 1950-June 1950
July-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
January-June, 1952
July-December, 1952
January-June, 1953
box
3M448 [SRH1230018094] July-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
January 1955-December 1955, January 1956-May 1956
Jones, A.B., March 1945-January 1948
Jones, Miss Jeanette
February-November, 1955
December, 1955-July, 1956
Jones, Jenkins Lloyd, Speech, October-November, 1950
Jones, Jesse H., Last Will and Testament, Codicil, (draft), July, 1945
Jones, Mrs. Jesse H., October, 1956-July, 1957
Jones, John T., Sr., Letters of Condolence
August 15-17, 1946
August 18-December, 1946, undated
box
3M449 [SRH1230018104] Jones, Mrs. John T., Sr., Memorial, November 28, 1953
Junior Achievement, October, 1949-April, 1956
"K"
September, 1949-June, 1950
July-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
January-December, 1952
January-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
January-December, 1955
January-September, 1956
box
3M450 [SRH1230018114] Kirkland, W.A.
(Drafts of Letter), October 6-20, 1953
(Letters Not Mailed), October-December, 1953
Kress Foundation Luncheon, October-November, 1953
"L"
July 1942, June 1947, November 1948, January 1949-December 1949, January 1950-May 1950
June-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
January-May, 1952
June-December, 1952
January-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
box
3M451 [SRH1230018105] January-December, 1955
January-June, 1956
Lovett, Robert A. (Dinner), July-November, 1952
"M"
December 1945, February 1946, March 1949-December 1949, January 1950-July 1950
August-December, 1950
January-June, 1951
July-December, 1951
January-July, 1952
August-December, 1952
box
3M452 [SRH1230018113] January-April, 1953
May-August, 1953
September-December, 1953
January-July, 1954
August-December, 1954
January-April, 1955
May-December, 1955
January-May, 1956
Marcus, Stanley, June-September, 1955
"Mc"
July 1939, April 25, 1945, January 1950-December 1950
box
3M453 [SRH1230018103] January-December, 1951
January-December, 1952
January-December, 1953
1954-1956
McCloy, John J., February-May, 1953
Methodist Hospital
September 1947, January 1950-November 1950, May 1951-December 1951
August 1952-December 1952, January 1953-December 1953
January-December, 1954
January-June, 1955
July-December, 1955
box
3M454 [SRH1230018093] January-June, 1956
Metropolitan Opera Fund
December, 1950-March 9, 1951
March 12-May, 1951, undated
Millionth Person Day, June 1954-August 1954, undated
"N"
November 1949, December 1949, January 1950-April 1950
May-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
January-June, 1952
July-December, 1952
January-May, 1953
box
3M455 [SRH1230018083] June-December, 1953
January-June, 1954
July-December, 1954
1955-1956
National Bank of Commerce
1941-1949, January 1950-December 1950, January 1951-December 1951
January-December, 1952
January-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
box
3M456 [SRH1230018073] January-December, 1955
January-May, 1956
Bank Merger, April-October, 1952
Comments on Merger, September 1954, October 1954
Shareholder' Letters, January 1952, February 1952, January 1953, January 1954, January 1955
Stock, January, 1949-January, 1952
National Conference on Christians and Jews, January 1956, February 1956
New York Properties, Sales Inquiries, April 1952-October 1952, January 1953
"O"
June 1945, July 1945
August 1947, September 1947
September, 1949-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
February-November, 1952
January-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
January-October, 1955
"P"
August, 1949-December, 1950
January-May, 1951
box
3M457 [SRH1230018112] June-December, 1951
January-June, 1952
July-December, 1952
January-May, 1953
June-December, 1953
January-December, 1954
January-December, 1955
January-March, 1956
Pontello, Fred, (Mosaic of Jesse Jones), October 1952-December 1952, January 1953, March 1953, September 1956
Port of Houston
Bill 301, February-April, 1955
Port Commission, Long Reach Docks Bond Issue
November, 1951-March 1953
box
3M458 [SRH1230018102] April-May, 1953
June-December, 1953
undated
Publications, 1952-1953, undated
Ship Channel, Map and Correspondence, February, 1946
Portrait Restoration, Jesse H. Jones, September-December, 1953
Prudential Insurance Co. of America
September, 1946-May, 1950
May, 1952-December, 1954
"Q", 1946-1956
"R"
March, 1937
January, 1946
January, 1949-June 1950
box
3M459 [SRH1230018092] July-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
January-June, 1952
July-December, 1952
January-May, 1953
June-December, 1953
box
3M460 [SRH1230018082] January-July, 1954
August-December, 1954
January-December, 1955
January-November, 1956
Real Estate Investments, August 1953, May 1955-March 1956
Reconstruction Finance Corp., May 1933-March 1945, undated
Rice Institute, Mary Gibbs Jones Residential College for Women, November 1955-April 1956, undated
Robertson County Hospital, October, 1953-April, 1956
"S"
January, 1946
July, 1949-February 15, 1950
box
3M461 [SRH1230018072] February 16-April, 1950
May-August, 1950
September-December, 1950
January-March, 1951
April-June 15, 1951
June 18-September, 1951
October, 1951
box
3M462 [SRH1230018111] November-December, 1951
January-February, 1952
March-May, 1952
June-September, 1952
October-December, 1952
January-June, 1953
July-December, 1953
box
3M463 [SRH1230018101] January-April, 1954
May-August, 1954
September-December, 1954
January-March, 1955
April-July, 1955
August-December, 1955
January-May, 1956
St. Paul's Methodist Church, February, 1955-February, 1956
San Jacinto Monument
March, 1937
March 1942, April 1942, May 1944
June, 1949-April, 1953
box
3M464 [SRH1230018091] May, 1953-October, 1956
Undated
Schacher, Mrs. Eugene, June, 1936-December, 1938
Simmons, Helene, Estate, September-November, 1952
Sinclair Refining Co., June, 1947-May, 1952
Smith, Vera Canode, April, 1953-September, 1955
Sons of the American Revolution, Texas Society Good Citizenship Medal, December, 1955-April, 1956
"T"
October, 1945
February, 1946
January 1947, March 1947
September, 1949-June, 1950
July-December, 1950
January-December, 1951
box
3M465 [SRH1230018081] January-April, 1952
May-December, 1952
January-May, 1953
June-December, 1953
January-May, 1954
June-December, 1954
January-December, 1955
January-June, 1956
box
3M466 [SRH1230018071] T.V. Station (KTRH), Channel 13, December, 1953-March, 1956
Texas Medical Center
April, 1946-April, 1949
September, 1950-December, 1953
February, 1954-February, 1955
March-November, 1955
Texas Tidelands Issue, May-June, 1952
"U"
January 1943, September 1944-August 1949
September, 1949-November, 1951
box
3M467 [SRH1230018070] March, 1952-December, 1953
February, 1954-April, 1956, undated
"V"
January, 1945-December, 1949
May, 1950-November, 1951
January, 1952-July, 1956
"W"
March 1945, August 1949-March 1950
April-December, 1950
January-June, 1951
July-December, 1951
box
3M468 [SRH1230018080] January-May, 1952
June-December, 1952
January-May, 1953
June-December, 1953
January-June, 1954
July-December, 1954
January-July, 1955
August-December, 1955
January-March, 1956
Wells, Selvie W., April, 1948-June, 1954
West Realty Co., October, 1953-June, 1954
Williams, Clyde M., Jr., July, 1952-July, 1953
box
3M469 [SRH1230018090] "Y"
April, 1945-May, 1949
June, 1949-November, 1951
April, 1952-March, 1956
"Z", February, 1945-June, 1953
Zoning Ordinance, Houston, 1947
Posthumous Files, Jesse H. Jones
"A", May 1956-October 1956, undated
"B"
May-November, 1956
Cards, Undated
"C"
May-October, 1956, undated
Cards, Undated
box
3M470 [SRH1230018100] "D", June 1956-November 1956, undated
"E", May 1956-August 1956, undated
"F"
May-August, 1956
Cards, Undated
"G", May 1956-September 1956, undated
"H"
May-November, 1956
Cards, Undated
"I and J", May 1956-June 1956, undated
"K", May 1956-June 1956, September 1956, undated
"L", May 1956-September 1956, undated
"M"
March-November, 1956, undated
Cards, Undated
"Mc", May 1956-June 1956, undated
box
3M471 [SRH1230018110] "N", May 1956-August 1956, undated
"O", June 1956, undated
"P", May 1956-June 1956, undated
"R", May 1956-June 1956, undated
Resolutions and Memorials
June 6, 1956
June 6-July 11, 1956
July 30, 1956-December 1956, January 1957
Undated
"S"
May-November, 1956, undated
box
3M472 [SRH1230018109] Cards, Undated
"T", May 1956-June 1956, undated
"U & V", May 1956-August 1956, undated
"W"
May-September, 1956, undated
Cards, Undated
"X, Y, & Z", May 1956-June 1956, undated
Funeral Record, undated
Reply Letters, June-July, 1956
Posthumous Files, Mrs. Jones
Christmas, 1956, December 14, 1956-January 2, 1957
March 1957-September 1960, August 1961, undated
Miscellaneous Items, 1945, 1958-1960, undated
Resolutions on Her Passing, August 26, 1962
Posthumous Files, Gladys, Mikell, June 1965
box
3M473 [SRH1230018099] Building Files
Bankers Mortgage Building, Correspondence, Financial Reports, December, 1947-February, 1955
Block 67, Drawing, March 25, 1953
Block 139, Correspondence, Financial Reports, June 1951-December 1951, March 1954, October 1954, June 1955
Bristol Block, Correspondence, March-May, 1953
Bristol Building, Correspondence, Financial Reports, October 1947-July 1949, undated
Captrov Realty Co. Building, Correspondence, July, 1948-January, 1950
Commerce Bank Building and Garage
Correspondence, Financial Reports
September, 1946-August, 1951
September, 1951-August, 1955, undated
Consolidated Real Estate, Financial Reports, July 1949-1952, undated
Cummings, Robert J., Special Files, Correspondence, June, 1946-July, 1951
Electric Building, Correspondence, Financial Reports, 1953, June 1954, August 1954
Eleven Fourteen Texas Ave. Building, Income Statement, 1954
Fair Building and Addition: Correspondence, Financial Reports, February, 1949-April, 1952
Finn, Alfred C., Architect, Correspondence, October, 1946-July, 1949
Fort Worth Properties, Correspondence, Financial Report, 1953, July 1954, September 1954
box
3M474 [SRH1230018089] 400 East 57th, Correspondence
January 1946, May 1951, January 1954-July 1954
August, 1954-March, 1955
Garage Building (Capitol and Travis), Preliminary Estimate, April 11, 1955
Gas Building Property, January 1947, November 1948
Goodhue Building Co., General and Statistical Information, Sketch, December 1948, undated
Gulf Building
Correspondence, Financial Reports
April, 1942-December, 1949
January, 1950-November, 1955, undated
Transfer of Lease from Sakowitz Bros., February 26, 1951
Houston Club Building
February, 1953-November, 1954, undated
Annex, Correspondence, June, 1953
Lamar Hotel, Numbered Descriptive Brochures, undated
Lamar Hotel and Annex, Correspondence, Financial Reports, January 1949-June 1954, undated
Leased Government Space in Houston Office Buildings, July 12, 1945
Main and Rusk Realty Co., Correspondence, Financial Reports, June 1952-January, 1953
Manhattan Construction Co., Estimates, May 1, 1953
Mayfair House, Correspondence, June 1953-October, 1954
box
3M475 [SRH1230018079] Medical Arts Building, Correspondence, Financial Reports, 1950-1953
Milam Building, Correspondence, 1948
National Standard Building, Correspondence, Financial Reports, January 1950, January 1951
New York Properties, Correspondence, June-September, 1954
New York Trust Building, Correspondence, Abstract of Title, November 1932, February 1934, April 1949, May 1949
Randolph Building, Financial Report, March, 1953
Rusk Building, Correspondence, Financial Reports, June, 1947-February, 1954
Telephone Building, Correspondence, March, 1948-January, 1950
10 East 40th
Correspondence
Financial Reports, Bond Sale Announcement, April, 1947-August, 1953
March-August, 1954
Financial Reports, September, 1954-March, 1955, undated
Travis and Prairie, (Corner), Financial Information, May, 1954
Turbo-Electric Generating Plant, Preliminary Report, Correspondence, Financial Reports, August 27, 1949, May, 1947-March, 1955
United Gas Building Income Statement, 1954
box
3M476 [SRH1230018069] Book Files
Aunt Dicey Tales, Thank You Correspondence, October-December, 1956
50 Billion Dollars:
Galley Proofs
Ch. 1-6
Ch. 7-10
Ch. 11-19
Ch. 20-22
Ch. 23-26
Ch. 27-37
Ch. 38-Appendix, Photos
Appendix Duplicates
Books Sent, Memos, and Lists, 1952, 1954, Undated
Reply Letters
"A", October, 1951-October, 1956, undated
"B"
October-December, 1951
box
3M477 [SRH1230018068] January, 1952-October, 1956; undated, undated
"C"
October-November, 1951
December, 1951-March, 1956; undated, undated
"D", October, 1951-August, 1955, undated
"E", October, 1951-November, 1956
"F", October, 1951-October, 1956, undated
"G", October, 1951-August, 1955, undated
"H", October, 1951-December, 1955
"I", October, 1951-December, 1955
"J", October, 1951-July, 1955, undated
"K", January, 1951-July, 1955, undated
"L", October, 1951-October, 1956, undated
"M", October, 1951-December, 1956, undated
box
3M478 [SRH1230018067] "Mc", October, 1951-April, 1956, undated
"N", October, 1951-October, 1955
"O", October, 1951-July, 1955, undated
"P", October, 1951-September, 1956, undated
"Q", October 1951, December 1952, January 1953
"R", October, 1951-November, 1956
"S"
October, 1951-February, 1952
March, 1952-October, 1956; undated, undated
"T", October, 1951-February, 1959, undated
"U", October, 1951-October, 1956, undated
"V", October, 1951-October, 1956
"W", October, 1951-October, 1956, undated
"Y, Z", November 1951, October 1954
Criticisms, October-December, 1951, undated
Requests, June-October, 1956
box
3M479 [SRH1230018727] Research Material
RFC Early Days, Genesis, (ix), January, 1932-October, 1935
RFC Early Days, Genesis, (ix), undated
General Chapter, (1), Drafts, Notes, 1938-1950
General Summary, Work Papers, (1), 1932-1950, undated
Banks, (2), Notes, Work Papers and Revisions, 1933-1950, undated
Banks (Chicago, Detroit...), (3.,4), 1932-1934, 1947-1950, undated
Agriculture, (6), Work Papers and Revisions, 1932-1949, undated
B & O Railroad, (7), 1932-1950, undated
Railroads
Boston and Maine-Gt. Northern Railway, (7), 1947-1948, Undated
Drafts, (7), March 1949, April 1950
box
3M480 [SRH1230018075] Draft, (7), May, 1950
First Draft, (7), October, 1948
Illinois Central-Southern RR, (7), 1948, Undated
Source Notes, Miscellaneous (7), 1932-1950, Undated
Statements by J. H. Jones, (7), 1932-1949, Undated
Work Papers and Revisions, (7), 1933-1950, Undated
Mortgage Loans, Notes, and First Draft, (8, 9), 1933-1950, undated
States and Cities, (11), 1932-1950
Business Loans, (12), 1934-1950, undated
Disaster Loan Corp., (13), 1948-1950
Rural Electrification Administration, (14), undated
Electric Home and Farm Authority, (15), undated
Insurance, Globe and Rutgers Fire Insurance Co., (16), 1930-1948, undated
box
3M481 [SRH1230018076] Building and Loan Associations, (17), May, July, 1948
Export-Import Bank, (18), 1936-1950, undated
Refusals, "Some Loans We Did Not Make", (19), 1941, 1950, undated
Gold, (20), 1933-1950, undated
RFC Preparedness Year and War Years, (22)
1934-1943
June 1943-April, 1947
Defense Plant Corp., (22)
Drafts, March 1950, April 1950
Work Papers, Notes, 1941-1947
Work Papers, Notes, 1948-1950, Undated
box
3M482 [SRH1230018077] Defense Supplies Corp., (23), 1920-1949, undated
U.S. Commercial Co., (24), 1942-1949, undated
Rubber
Rubber Reserve Co., (25)
1941-1950, undated
Reports, 1940-1947
Work Papers, Notes, Correspondence, (25, 26), 1942-1950, Undated
Synthetic Rubber Industry, Draft, (26), March, 1950
Metals Reserve Co., (29), 1940-1949, undated
Empire State Building, Drafts, Notes, (31), 1942, 1943, 1948, 1950
Defense Homes Corp., (33), 1940-1949, undated
Montgomery Ward, (35), 1949-1950, undated
Petroleum Reserves, (36), June 1943, July 1946
box
3M483 [SRH1230018078] Henry Wallace Controversy, (37), 1932-1950, undated
Personnel, "Men Who Ran the RFC". (38), 1939-1950, undated
Appendix II and III, June 28, 1950
Wm. C. Costello's Comments on Manuscript, undated
Hearings, Senate Committee on Banking and Currency
v. 2, April 11, 1947
v. 3, April 29, 1947
v. 4, 5, April 30, 1947, May 5, 1947
box
3M484 [SRH1230018085] v. 6, May 6, 1947
Original Notes from Interviews
November, 1947-December, 1948
January-April, 1949; undated, undated
Reconstruction Finance Corp., Act as Amended., October 1948
Jesse H. Jones: The Man and the Statesman
Biographical Material, Ch. 1-32, Unidentified
Captions for Photos
Correspondence, November, 1953-September, 1954, undated
Manuscript
Ch. 1
Ch. 2
Ch. 3
Ch. 4
Ch. 5
Ch. 6
box
3M485 [SRH1230018086] Ch. 7
Ch. 8
Ch. 9
Ch. 10
Ch. 11
Ch. 12
Ch. 13
Ch. 14
Ch. 15
Ch. 16
Ch. 17
Ch. 18
Ch. 19
Ch. 20
Ch. 21
Ch. 22
Ch. 23
Ch. 24
Ch. 25
Ch. 26
Ch. 27
Ch. 28
Ch. 29
Ch. 30
Ch. 31
Ch. 32
Ch. 33
Proof of Photos, May 1956, June 1956
box
3M504 [SRH1230018194] Galley Sheets and First Page Proofs
box
3M486 [SRH1230018708] Magazine Files
Alice Echo, Article and Correspondence, September-November, 1943
American Mercury, Article and Correspondence, January 1942, March 1942
Articles by Jesse H. Jones, August 1925, November 1934-May 1953, undated
Fortune, " The House of Jesse"
Article, May, 1940
Correspondence, February-August, 1940
Correspondence with Loan Agencies, May-July, 1940
Correspondence with Others, April-November, 1940
Distribution, May 1940-December 1940, May 1941, September 1941, December 1941, August 1944
Fortune, " The War Goes to Mr. Jesse Jones", October, 1941-January, 1942
Holland's, Article "Southern Personalities", September, 1934
Liberty Magazine:
Article and Correspondence
"Winning from Life", July-August, 1941
"What Will We Do with Government War Plants?", October-December, 1944
Little Old New York, Article, "Midtown Portraits- Jesse H. Jones", October, 1929
Look, Article and Correspondence, "Ten Most Useful Officials in Washington", May, 1944
Miscellaneous Articles
December, 1918-November, 1929
box
3M487 [SRH1230018087] February, 1930-May, 1935
February, 1936-November, 1939
1940
January, 1941-December, 1945
January, 1946-December, 1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955, January 1956-May 1956
June 1956-December 1956, September 1962, February 1963, May 1965, undated
Miscellaneous Correspondence, May, 1934-August, 1942
National Elks Horn, Article, "Hon. Jesse Holman Jones...", May, 1941
Readers Digest, Correspondence, "Big Texas", August 1929-November 1929, February 1940
box
3M488 [SRH1230018088] Saturday Evening Post:
"Billions Out and Billions Back"
Article, June 12, 1937
Correspondence
January-June, 1937
July 1937-December 1937, February 1938-June 1938, July 1940, May 1944, undated
"New Deal's J. P. Morgan", "House..."
Articles, November 30, 1940, December 7, 1940
Correspondence, August, 1940-May, 1941
"Biggest Little Big Shot: Uncle Sam"
Article, December 18, 1943
Correspondence, August 1943, December 1943, January 1944, February 1944
Texas State Topics, Article, "Plain Jesse Jones", July, 1942
Today, " Dough Doctor"
Article, March 31, 1934
Correspondence, June-October, 1934
Washington Broadcast, Correspondence, "Texas Ranges", October-December, 1944
Washington Star, " RFC Gives Aid to Little Business": Correspondence
January 8-January 14, 1945
January 15-February 12, 1945
Your 1936 Results, 1937 Program, Article and Correspondence, "Jesse H. Jones Coliseum", January, 1937
box
3M489 [SRH1230018095] Miscellaneous Files
Booklet
Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
1945
Photographs, 1945
"Civic and Cultural Houston, Texas", 1950
Booklets, Air Power League, Strategic Bombing Survey, 1946
Bulletins, Journals, etc., 1929-1947
Certificates, 1904, 1921-1953
College Catalogs and Descriptions, "J-S"
box
3M490 [SRH1230018096] College Catalogs and Descriptions, "T-W"
Economic Evaluation of the Gulf Freeway, Houston, July, 1949
Farmers and Traders Life Insurance Co., Financial Report, August 4, 1952
Financial Reports
1945
1946
1947
First Mortgage, Houston Printing Co., May 1, 1931
Franzheim, Kenneth, Architect, Illustrated Catalog, September, 1942
Heyne, Fred J., Biography, 1951-1958, undated
Hospital and Health Survey of Harris Co., 1946-1947
Houston Endowment, Inc.
Financial Statements, 1958 - 1952
box
3M491 [SRH1230018097] Information, Questionnaire, 1952-1953, undated
Houston Fat Stock Show, Premium Lists, 1947, 1948
Inventory Statement of Items Moved from Office at 811 Vermont Ave. N.W., Washington
Jesse H. Jones, Appointment Books
1948, 1949
1950
1951
1952, 1953
box
3M492 [SRH1230018098] 1954, 1955
1956
Biographical Materials
Undated
Brochure, "Jesse H. Jones", Undated
Description of Coat of Arms and Slides of Crest, December 9, 1955
Founders' List of Subscriptions to Fined..., U. Plan of Higher Education..., June 12, 1911
Programs
Army Day Dinner and Dance, April 3, 1943
Banquet Given by Citizens of Dallas, April 9, 1928
Banquet Given by Citizens of Houston, May 16, 1914
Inauguration Ceremonies, F.D.R., 1941, 1945
box
3M493 [SRH1230018709] Dinner Given by Banks and Trust Cos. of Houston, October 20, 1933
Dinner Honoring Secretary of Commerce, September 30, 1943
Jackson Day Dinner, 1936, 1938, 1939
Miscellaneous, 1924-1952
National Democratic Convention, Houston, June 26, 1928
Presentation of Portrait to City of Houston, March 20, 1942
Testimonial Banquet, Knife and Fork Club, February 3, 1928
Testimonial Dinner, May 12, 1923
World Premier of "The Westerner", Ft. Worth, September 19, 1940
box
3M494 [SRH1230018106] Jesse H. Jones, Scrapbook, U.S. Army-Navy Production Award, Brown Shipbuilding Co., December 21, 1942
Ledger Book, Democratic National Committee Ticket Fund, April-July, 1928
Mailing Lists, New York, Houston, etc., undated
Miscellany
1925-1956
Undated
"Necessity For the Junior College at Peabody: The Actual Situation", (1930?)
box
3M495 [SRH1230018107] Organizational Directories, 1930-1931, 1945-1946
Pamphlets
1925, 1931-1946
1947-1953
1954-1960, undated
Reed Roller Bit Co., Government Surplus Property for Sale, Description, 1947
Reports, Senate Special Committee, Investigation of the National Defense Program, January 15, 1942
Sam Houston, Biographical Information and Letter, may 4, 1843, undated
box
3M496 [SRH1230018108] San Jacinto Monument, Engraved Plates for Newspaper Advertisement, undated
San Jacinto Museum of History, Bulletins, Booklets, etc., 1938-1956
Sheet Music, "Follow the Flag, Boys", by Bessie Newsom Mims, 1944
Speeches by Others
1923, November 1927, January 1928-May 1928
1929-1942
1943-1947
United Fund, G. A. Johnson, Co-Ord. of Trans. Unit of Indus. Div.
Correspondence, May-November, 1958
Information, 1958-1960
Lists, July 1956, June 1958, September 1958, undated
Reports, September-November, 1958
War Assets Administration, Presentation Package for
Package for Disposal of Hughes Tool Co
Aircraft Strut Div., 1947
box
3M497 [SRH1230018173] News Clippings
June, 1913-December, 1920
January, 1921-April, 1923
March, 1924-June, 1926
October, 1926-June 28, 1927
June 29-December, 1927
January-September, 1928
January, 1929-June 1930
July 1-25, 1930
July 26-August 15, 1930
August 18-December, 1930
January, 1931-October, 1935
January, 1936-November, 1939
November, 1940-May, 1944
January, 1945-July, 1947
box
3M498 [SRH1230018183] August, 1947-February, 1950
March-July, 1950
August-December, 1950
January-April, 1951
May-August, 1951
October 1-16, 1951
October 17-December, 1951
January-April, 1952
May-September, 1952
October-December, 1952
January-March, 1953
April-June, 1953
July-September 10, 1953
box
3M499 [SRH1230018193] January-March 12, 1954
March 16-June, 1954
July-December, 1954
January-December, 1955
January-March 22, 1956
March 23-May, 1956
June 1-3, 1956
June 4-23, 1956
July-August, 1956
September 1956-June 1959, March 1960, August 1960, August 1962, March 1965
undated
undated
box
3M500 [SRH1230018203] Speech Files
Woodrow Wilson's Death, Address to Members of Dick Dowling Camp, February, 1924
Southwestern University Commencement, June 16, 1925
Houston Homecoming, 1926
Texas Centennial, March 31, 1928
Tribute to Ross Sterling, Radio Broadcast, 1929
Knife and Fork Club, April 2, 1929
First Methodist Church, June 6, 1929
Tribute to Ross Sterling, July 15, 1929
National Radio Forum, "Work of the R.F.C.", August 29, 1932
American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 28, 1933
"Bankers' Part in Recovery", Radio Broadcast, August 1, 1933
"What the R.F.C. Is Doing", Radio Broadcast, November 1, 1933
New York State Bankers Association, February 5, 1934
East Texas Chamber of Commerce, April 23, 1934
Testimonial Dinner for Dr. Charles Goodell, New York City, May 15, 1934
West Virginia Bankers Association, June 8, 1934
Alumni Association of Harvard Business School, June 16, 1934
George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tennessee, June 18, 1934
National Radio Forum, "Industrial Loans and Closed Bank Deposits", June 26, 1934
National Business Conference, Babson Park, Massachusetts, September 13, 1934
Real Estate Board of New York, Inc., February 2, 1935
Saturday Afternoon Forum of National Democratic Club, New York City, February 9, 1935
Traffic Club, New York City, February 21, 1935
National Education Association, February 25, 1935
St. Louis Chamber of Commerce, March 8, 1935
North Carolina State Bankers Association, May 10, 1935
Dedication of Niagara Frontier Bridges, July 15, 1935
U.S. Commission for Texas Centennial, Washington, D.C., August 17, 1935
Unveiling of Portrait of Mr. Jones, Texas Senate, Austin, October 7, 1935
National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Association, Washington, D.C., November 1, 1935
"Will Rogers: The Friend of All Men", Messages of F.D.R. and John N. Garner, November 2, 1935
"Our Railroads", American Bankers Association, New Orleans, November 12, 1935
Concord Club Jackson Day Dinner, January 11, 1936
Advertising Club of New York, San Jacinto Day, April 21, 1936
Princeton-Harvard-Yale Conference on Public Affairs, May 9, 1936
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3M501 [SRH1230018164] Will Rogers Week, May 19, 1936
Dinner Honoring Owen D. Young, May 20, 1936
Gen. Robert E. Lee, At Unveiling of Robt. E. Lee Statue, Dallas, June 12, 1936
Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia, June 25, 1936
"Roosevelt and Recovery", Radio Broadcast, October 23, 1936
Democratic National Committee, Texas Centennial, October 30, 1936
Conferment of Degree of Doctor of Laws, Texas A & M University, November 5, 1936
"Business and the Future", Radio Broadcast, November 23, 1936
Interview, World-Wide Broadcast, 1937 Forecast, January 2, 1937
Radio Broadcast, Houston, March 20, 1937
San Jacinto Memorial Monument, Cornerstone Laying, April 21, 1937
Temple University Commencement, Philadelphia, June 10, 1937
National Association of Supervisors of State Banks, October 8, 1937
Independent Petroleum Association of America, October 14, 1937
Chicago's Salute to the Railroads, 5th Annual Dinner of Association of State Street Seniors, November 1, 1937
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3M502 [SRH1230018174] 52nd Annual Dinner, New York, Southern Society, December 3, 1937
Jackson Day Dinner, Dallas, January 8, 1938
"Business and Credit", Radio Broadcast, April 18, 1938
Annual Chamber of Commerce Dinner, April 21, 1938
"Credit", Forum Hour of Mutual Broadcasting System, May 1, 1938
Annual Meeting, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, May 4, 1938
John Brown University, Commencement Exercises, May 12, 1938
Press Club Luncheon in Honor of Howard Hughes, July 21, 1938
Dedication of Will Rogers Memorial Museum, November 4, 1938
American Legion Armistice Day Exercises, November. 11, 1938
American Bankers Association, November 15, 1938
U.S. New York World's Fair Commission, April 9, 1939
Houston Foreign Trade Association Luncheon, May 26, 1939
University of Texas, Tribute to Will Rogers, May 29, 1939
Federal Loan Administration, Radio Broadcast, August 30, 1939
Interview, Agency Series Program No. 19, January 7, 1940
Federal Home Loan Bank of Winston-Salem, Annual Meeting of Stockholders, March 27, 1940
Tribute to Carter Glass, Annual Banquet of Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, April 11, 1940
"Business and Government", Democratic National Committee, Radio Broadcast, October. 7, 1940
Lindsay Warren Day Celebration, Washington, D.C., October 25, 1940
Democratic National Committee, "Re-Election of Roosevelt", Radio Broadcast, November 3, 1940
Association of Life Insurance Presidents, Annual Convention, December 5, 1940
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3M503 [SRH1230018184] Radio Script, National Association of Manufacturers, April. 5, 1941
Annual Meeting of Associated Press, New York City, April 21, 1941
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, April 29, 1941
Iron and Steel Meeting, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, November 11, 1941
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Washington, D.C., January 8, 1942
Women's National Democratic Club, Washington, D. C., January 15, 1942
Navy Award to National Bureau, Washington, D.C., February 21, 1942
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Chicago, April 30, 1942
Dedication of Technical Institute of Northwestern University, Chicago, June 16, 1942
"Dangers of Inflation", Radio Broadcast, July 8, 1942
"New ABC's for Air Age", Radio Broadcast, September 10, 1942
Certificate Presentation to Sec. Knox, Houston, (Mimeograph Master Incl.), December 21, 1942
Army Day Dinner, New York City, April 3, 1943
Committee for Economic Development, New York City, April 14, 1943
Unveiling of Bust of John N. Garner, Washington, D. C., April 16, 1943
Insurance Program of U.S. Chamber of Commerce, April 28, 1943
Petroleum Rubber, Drive, Washington D.C., May 5, 1943
Synthetic Rubber Plants, Inspection at Institute, West Virginia, June 11, 1943
Texas Rubber Day, Houston, June 28, 1943
Reply to Vice-President Wallace, July 5, 1943
"Government-Owned Industry", Radio Broadcast, Washington, D.C., July 21, 1943
"Post-War Problems", New York Board of Trade, September 30, 1943
Orville Wright Dinner, 40th Anniversary of Flight at Kitty Hawk, December 17, 1943
Telegraph Centennial Dinner, May 24, 1944
"Government and Business", Democratic National Committee, Radio Broadcast, October 31, 1944
Testimonial Dinner Given by Business Advisory Council of Dept. of Commerce, April 17, 1945
Dinner Honoring Wm. S. Knudsen, Houston, December 18, 1945
Will Clayton Luncheon, Introduction, January 21, 1946
Houston Fat Stock Shaw, February 1, 1946
Hedgecroft Hospital Dedication Ceremonies, May 18, 1952
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4K616 Address Books
"Mr. Jones' Book", Rev. A-Z, March 1, 1949
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4K617 "Edna's List", A-Z, List of Names of Persons Which Mr. Jones Would Probably Request When He Calls In, August 1949
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4K618 Rev. A-Z, March 1, 1949
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4K619 Rev. With Corrections and Additions Inserted, 2 vol., A-L, March 1, 1949
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4K620 Rev. M-Z, March 1, 1949
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4K621 Rev. With Corrections and Additions Inserted, 2 vol., A-H, March 1, 1949
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4K622 Rev. I-Z, March 1, 1949
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4K623 Rev. Original Copy With Corrections, List of Petty Cash Disbursed for 1950, 2 vol., A-O, March 1, 1949
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4K624 Rev. P-Z, March 1, 1949
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4K625 Audit Report
Houston Printing Co. and Its Affiliated Companies, Houston
Broadcasting Co. and South Texas Exposition, Inc., Houston, Texas, 1930
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4K626-4K644 Congressional Records, Annotated
Volume 86, Parts 1-19, 76th Congress, 3rd Session, January 3, 1940-January 3, 1941
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4K645-4K661 Volume 87, Parts 1-17, 77th Congress, 1st Session, January 3, 1941-January 2, 1942
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4K662-4K678 Volume 88, Parts I-17, 77th Congress, 2nd Session, January 5, 1942-December 26, 1942
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4K679-4K695 Volume 89, Parts 1-17, 78th Congress, 1st Session, January 6, 1943-December 21, 1943
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Sound Archives Phonograph Recordings
Press Club, Washington, D. C., Texas Centennial Dinner, W.A.B.C., (5 records, aluminum), April 29, 1936
Society of Arts and Sciences Dinner, "Award of Medal to Owen D. Young," W.J.Z., (5 records, aluminum), May 20, 1936
Jesse H. Jones, Democratic Convention, W.E.A.F., (2 records, aluminum), June 25, 1936
Jesse H. Jones, W.J.Z., (2 records, aluminum), October 13, 1936
Jesse H. Jones, John Nance Garner, W.J.Z., (4 records, aluminum), October 30, 1936
Jesse H. Jones
Forecasting W.A.B.C., (1 record, aluminum), 1937, January 2, 1937
"Part Which the R.F.C. is Called Upon to Play in Stemming the Tide of Depression", April 18, 1938
(3 records)
"Government and Business", W.O.R., (2 records, aluminum), May 1, 1938
Will Rogers Memorial, W.J.Z., (7 records, aluminum), November 4, 1938
"Finance and Credit", W.J.Z., (2 records, aluminum), April 9, 1939
"Federal Lending", W.A.B.C., (2 records, aluminum), August 30, 1939
"Defense for America", W.E.A.F., (4 records, aluminum), April 5, 1941
Texas Council Dinner, W.J.Z., (4 records, aluminum), April 30, 1941
Dramatization, "March of Time", W.J.Z., (1 record, aluminum), November 20, 1941
"Importance of Health to American Business", W.A.B.C. (2 records, aluminum), January 8, 1942
"Fight Against Inflation", W.0.R., July 8, 1942
(2 records)
"Houston, Texas: Great Bond Rally", W.J.Z., December 21, 1942
(5 records)
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Insurance Division, W.J.Z., (2 records, both broken), April 28, 1943
Dedications Ceremonies at Institute, W. Virginia, W.A.B.C., (records), June 11, 1943
W.S. Knudsen, Speech at Chamber of Commerce Banquet, Houston, Texas, December 18, 1945
(2 records)
"My Best to You", Program No. 110, K.X.Y.Z., May 25, 1951
(1 record)
Hon, William S. Benton, Chamber of Commerce Banquet, December 9 1948
(6 records)
Houston Chronicle. 50th Anniversary, October 14, 1951
(2 records)
Bill Schadel (CBS News), "M-Day With Mr. Jesse Jones", July 3, 1954
(1 record)
1954 Christmas Greetings From Harding College, Searcy, Arkansas
(1 record)
John T. Jones, Speaking at Morris Frank Dinner, June 23, 1955
(1 record)
Edd Routh, Managing News Editor of KLIF, Editorial Statement About Jesse H. Jones, June 2, 1956
(1 record)
Jones Library Dedication, undated
(2 records)
Presentation of Plaque to Mr. Jones, undated
(1 record)
J. Russell Young School of Expression, "Hymn" and "Class Song", undated
(1 record)
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4K701 Programs
The Democratic Book, 1936
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4K702 The Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia, 1936
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4K703 The Democratic Book, 1940
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4K704 Scrapbooks
News Clippings, Magazine Articles, Correspondence, Telegrams, Invitations, April 1934, September 1934-December 1934, January 1935-April 1935
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4K705 News Clippings, Magazine Articles, Programs, Speeches, Correspondence, Certificates, 1924-1928
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4K706 News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, Magazine Articles, January-August, 1936
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4K707 News Clippings, Speeches, Card, Programs, Magazine Articles, Telegram, Postcard, January 1933-December 5, 1933, January 1934-August 1934
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4K708 Magazine Articles, News Clippings, Photograph, Card, Speeches, Programs, Invitations, Magazine, September 1936-June 1937
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4K709 News Clippings, Programs, Cards, 1920-1924
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4K710 News Clippings, Correspondence, Telegram, Magazine Articles, Program, Photographs, Tickets, Ribbon Pin, Valentine, 1928
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4K711 Democratic Convention and Campaign for Election, Photographs, News Clippings, Tickets, Lists, Poem, Correspondence, Speeches, Telegram, Buttons, Programs, 1924
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4K712 Assorted other dates: News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, Magazine Articles, Photograph, Card, 1945, 1939, 1942, 1943, 1938),
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4K713 News Clippings, Cards, Programs, Speeches, Correspondence, Magazine Articles, June 1937-September 1938
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4K714 Gall Bladder Operation: News Clippings, Get Well Cards, Correspondence, Telegrams, Postcards, July 1953 - August 1953
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4N32c-d Photograph Album Belonging to A.D. Simpson, "Old Friends Are Best", vol. 1
Photograph Album Belonging to A.D. Simpson, "Old Friends Are Best", vol. 2
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4K717 Trust Certificate Book: American Airlines, Inc., Nos. 1-30 Are Issued, September 4, 1941-March 4, 1942
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4N57b Oversize Framed Certificates, Honors, etc.
Salesmanship Club of Houston, Certificate to H.H. Jones, and Code of Ethics
Proclamation by the Governor of Texas Proclaiming as Jesse Jones Day, October 30, 1936, October 27, 1936
Invitation to Honorary Dinner Given by Board of Governors of U. of Houston
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4N58b Certificate of Nomination of Jesse H. Jones to Federal Loan Administration by F.D.R., June 27, 1939
Telegram Sent to Jesse H. Jones, Signed by Members of R.F.C., October 29, 1936
Resolution Presented by Joseph P. Savage from Members of the Board of Education, Chicago, August 17, 1934
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4N57a Dept. of Army Official Recognition and Appreciation Tendered to Mary Gibbs Jones, In Establishing Military Scholarships, August 27, 1956
R.F.C. Resolutions in Recognition of Jesse H. Jones as Member of R.F.C. Board and Federal Loan Administrator, July 17, 1939
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4N58a Certificate of Nomination of Jesse H. Jones by F.D.R. as Member of R.F.C., February 1, 1938
Poem, "I Know, For I Was There," by Phil M. Conale, Jr., U.S. Army, 1942
Honorary Doctor of Law Degree to Jesse H. Jones, May 14, 1948
Oversize Cabinet Files
JHJ Cabinet 2 Drawer 6
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JHJ 2 Dwr 6 Certificates, Honors, etc
Kiwanis International, "Services in Securing Democratic National Convention", (1928?)
Thomas Jefferson Society of Texas, For Services to Democratic Party, Honorary Lifetime Membership, April 13, 1934
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Resolution Upon Hanging of Portrait of Jesse H. Jones in Capitol of Texas, September 30, 1935
Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, Temple University, June 10, 1937
J. Russell Young School of Expression, "Silver Tongue Award", June 28, 1937
N.Y. World's Fair and Golden Gate International Exposition Commission of 1939, Appointment as Chairman, October 30, 1937
Commission for Celebration of the President's Birthday, Texas Chairman, January 29, 1938
(2 cop.)
Appointment as Colonel of Silliman Evans Tribute, October 1, 1938
N.Y. World's Fair, Chairman, National Advisory Committee, State of Texas, 1939
Nomination of Jesse H. Jones as Federal Loan Administrator by the President, Resolution of Acceptance by the Senate, June 27, 1939
R.F.C. Resolution of Regard for Services as Federal Loan Administrator, July 17, 1939
(I pos., 1 neg.)
Certificate of Fred J. Heyne Elected to Life Membership in U.S. Flag Association, February 9, 1940
Pan American Union Book of the Americas Certificate Honoring the Inclusion of Jesse H. Jones' Name as Sec. of Commerce, April 14, 1940
Nomination and Appointment as Sec. of Commerce by F.D.R, September 16, 1940
(1 pos., 1 neg.)
Appointment as Lt. Col., Aide-de-Camp, Governor's Staff, State of Georgia, December 17, 1940
Certificate from Penn.-Central Airlines of Commission As Honorary Captain of Capital Fleet, April 20, 1941
Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, Oglethorpe University, May 25, 1941
Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, Washington and Jefferson College, June 7, 1941
Appointment as Arkansas Traveler, Ambassador of Good Will, State of Arkansas, June 23, 1941
Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, Lafayette College, May 15, 1942
Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, St. Lawrence University, June 8, 1942
Louisiana Club of Houston, Socius Emeritus Award, June 9, 1942
Resolution of the People of Houston to Buy War Bonds And Notes to Replace the U.S.S. Houston, to Frank Knox (Sec. of Navy), December 21, 1942
Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of Fed. Council of Churches of Christ In America, Tribute to N.B.C, May 23, 1943
Certificate of Honorary Citizenship in State of Texas for Earl Godwin, June 16, 1943
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, l1th Annual Celebration of President's Birthday, Vice Chrmn, January 1944
R.F.C. Resolution of Regards for Service of John W. Snyder, April 1, 1944
(5 pos., 1 neg.)
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis 12th Annual Celebration of President's Birthday, Vice Chrmn, January 1945
R.F.C. Resolution of Regards for Service as Federal Loan Administrator and Sec. of Commerce, January 22, 1945
Business Advisory Council for Dept. of Commerce, Certificate in Recog. of Service as Chrmn. of R.F.C., Fed. Loan Administrator, and Sec. of Commerce, April 17, 1945
Empire State Assoc. of Commerce, Inc., Membership Certificate, 1948
Houston Advertising Club Resolution for Contribution to Free Press, May 2, 1950
Dedication of George Catlett Marshall Arch at Va. Military Institute, Sponsor, May 15, 1951
Houston Fat Stock Show, "Top Hand", February 2, 1955
Appointment as Admiral In Navy of State of Nebraska, June 1, 1955
National Society of Sons of the American Revolution, Good Citizenship Award, February 22, 1956
Texas Heritage Foundation Distinguished Service Medal Award, May 23, 1958
Texas Women's University, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws to Mary Gibbs Jones, June 1, 1958
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JHJ 2 Dwr 7 Declarations, Proclamations, etc.
Proclamation of Sam Houston, Declaration of Independence of Texas, Call to Arms, 1824, 1835, 1836
Tribute to Tennessee, Broadcast by General Motors, March 14, 1932
Our Freedoms and Rights, January 14, 1942
Declaration of Independence of the U.S, July 4, 1776
Texas Declaration of Independence, (2 cop.), March 2, 1836
JHJ Cabinet 3
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JHJ 3 Dwr 5 Maps, Charts, etc.
Texan's Map of U.S.A. (sm. black and white)
Blueprints of Proposed Lawyers Building, Washington, D.C, May 20, 1938, July 8, 1938
R.F.C. Summary of Loans and Purchases and Other Authorizations, August 20, 1936, March 31, 1937, December 31, 1937
R.F.C. Organizational Chart, April 22, 1935
(2 cop.)
Map of Harris County, December 1938
Map of Downtown Houston Blocks
Map of Texas, Illustrated in Color
Miscellaneous
Copy of Manuscript in Time Capsule in Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts, Houston, October 20, 1965
Poem, "The Test", Carlyle Straub, 1937
Poem, "The Thinker", to Jesse H. Jones on 55th Birthday, April 5, 1929
Poem, "I Believe"
T.W.A. Color-Foto "Stratoliner in Flight", May 27, 1940
Print of Three Men Sitting at Diner
Proverb, "Think!"
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JHJ 3 Dwr 6 Miscellaneous Brochures, Pamphlets, etc., nos. 1-8
Invitations, Fiesta de San Jacinto Association
April 18, 1938
April 17, 1939
April 21, 1947
Catalog of Blueprints, Mary Gibbs Jones College, Rice Institute
Brochure, Tribute to Railroads by State Street Council of Chicago, Banquet, November 1, 1937
Brochure, Commerce Building, Houston, Texas
Brochures, National Bank of Commerce, 1929
(7 cop.)
Brochure, Proposed Airport Oil Bellaire Site, Houston, Texas, Leigh Fisher and Assoc, September 9, 1946
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JHJ 3 Dwr 7 Miscellaneous Brochures, Pamphlets, etc., nos. 9-13
Bound Tribute Booklet, Testimonial. Banquet to Nathan Adams, 50th Anniversary of Affiliation with 1st National Bank in Dallas, April 20, 1939
Photo Album of San Jacinto Monument and Museum
Bound Resolutions by Hotel Statler Co., Inc., to Jesse H. Jones, Appreciation for Approval of Loan, June 16, 1966
Bound Tribute Booklet to Jesse H. Jones from Former Associates of R.F.C. on Occasion of Dinner at New York City, December 10, 1947
Texas Centennial Club of New York City Bound Tribute to Bonnie MacLeary, Sculptor, Approx, 1936
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JHJ 3 Dwr 8 Miscellaneous Brochures, Pamphlets, etc., nos. 14-20
Portfolio, "The Four Freedoms", Orig. Published in Saturday Evening Post , February, March, 1943
Brochure, "Because of You...", Children's Medical Center (Harvard Medical School)
A Famous Letter Worth Reading Again, John Adams, July 3, 1776
Description of Navy Buying Prepared by Navy Dept. for Information of Business Men and Naval Officers, May 1946
Descriptive Brochure, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn., Fund Raising Campaign
"Closeup of the Boss, Banker and R.F.C. Czar", Compilation of Newspaper Clippings, Sent by Frank Oster, Jr, February 25, 1934
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JHJ 3 Dwr 10 Newspaper Photostats, Templates, etc.
New York Times, (Photostat), May 19, 1918
Houston Post, (Photostat), November 1, 1920-November 12, 1920
Houston Chronicle, (Photostat), October 21, 1933
New York Times, (Template, Photostats), October 1, 1933
Philadelphia Inquirer, "Travelogue", June 9, 1943
Houston Chronicle
(Template), January 9, 1949
(Photostat), June 3, 1962
(Template, 2 cop.), June 3, 1962
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JHJ 3 Dwr 12 Posters
Christmas Greeting to America's Fighting Men, From Employees of the Houston Chronicle (Bilk Bereen)
Postal Telegraph, Photo-News Service, N.R.A.
Will Rogers Memorial Fund, by Howard Chandler Christy, 1935
(4 cop.)
Gulf Gasoline Tank Car
Will Rogers National Theater Week, 1938
Happy New Year, Mid-Continent Supply Co., by K. W. Davis, 1941
Howard Hughes Day, Houston, Tex., (silk screen, 3 cop.), July 30, 1938
Saturday Evening Post Advertisement for Article About Jesse H. Jones, November 30, 1940
(2 cop.)
Oversize Drawer
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OD1275 Building Files
Esso Building, Correspondence, Blueprint, July 1950
Miscellaneous Buildings, Correspondence, Drawings, Blueprint, 1945, 1950-1956, undated
Miscellaneous Files: Blueprint, Private Col. No. 2283 (Pullman Co, 1906
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OD1223a Oversize box
Building Files
Fair Building and Addition, Blueprints, January 1951
Commerce Bank Building and Garage, Drawings, Blueprints, 1949-1952
Bond Store Building, Correspondence, Sketch, August 1949, November 1949, May 1950
Bering-Cortes Building, (Blueprints), May 23, 1945, June 30, 1953
Gulf Building, Addition No. 2, Blueprints, Blueprints, May 29, 1950, May, August, 1949, June, November 1952, undated
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2.325/V12 [SRH1230002537] City National Bank Building, Addition, Correspondence, Sketch, June 1954, August 1954, October 1954
C and I Life Building, Financial Reports, Drawing, August 1949, 1954, undated
Bus Terminal Building, Sketches, November 1949
Block 127, Blueprints, Financial Report, Sketch, June 1954, August 1954
Garage Property (Milam), September, 1953-June 1954, undated
Gulf Building, Addition No. 2, Blueprints, May 29, 1950, May, August 1949, June, November 1952, undated
200 Madison Ave., Financial Reports, Sketches, November 1951, undated
Rice Hotel and Garage, Correspondence, Financial Reports, Blueprints, May 1946-March 1952
Oil and Gas Building, Correspondence, September-November 1951
National Bank of Commerce, Blueprints, January 21, 1946
Mayfair House, Sketches, November 1954-February 1956, undated
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3M500-3M503 Speech Files
Indexes
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3N69-3N71 Early Personal and Personal files index to persons
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JHJ4-8 Appointment and telephone index
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JHJ9 Gifts received index

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JONES (JESSE HOLMAN) PHOTOGRAPHS, circa 1880-1965
ca. 700 photographs (mostly B & W prints)
ca. 150 cartoons and other art works
ca. 75 framed pictorial items

Scope and Contents
Images of Jones (1874-1956), his family, friends, and business colleagues document his career as a builder, financier, statesman, and publisher of the Houston Chronicle. Many photographs concern the history, architecture, and development of Houston. The cartoons are originals, mostly political in nature, commenting on Jones's role in the Roosevelt Administration as administrator of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and secretary of commerce. Many of the framed items are inscribed by the subjects. Items are arranged by format: Photographs, framed items, and cartoons and art work, and include black and white prints, tintypes, cartoons, sketches, paintings, and photostats. An item by item description is included in the inventory.
Arrangement
Arrangement
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JHJ 1 Dwr 1 Jesse H. Jones and others
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Jones, Knitting Scene
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Jones in Front of Train Car
Jesse H. Jones
James Abercrombie, C.L. Meyer
Mr. Red Adams
Allen Academy Scholarship Winners, April 27, 1955
American Red Cross National Headquarters
American Red Cross National Headquarters, Dept. of Military Relief, Directors
Edward Angly
Associated Press Meeting, New York, April 25, 1938
Milton Backlund, Fred Heyne, John T. Jones, June 1, 1955
Milton Backlund, S.E., McCreless, October 29, 1953
Banquet
Birthday Party (74th), April 5, 1948
Birthday Party (79th), April 5, 1953
Birthday Party (80th), April 5, 1954
Sol, Bloom, Fulgencio Batista y Zaldívar (Pres. of Cuba), Ambassador Concheso, Dr. José T. Barón (Min. Couns. Cuban Embassy
Building Owners and Managers Association Meeting, September 2, 1954
Cabinet Veterans Reunion
Ward Canaday (Pres. of Jeep Corp.), March 1, 1945
Cape Vincent, New York, Fishing
Cape Vincent, New York, Vacation
Census Center Dedication, Washington, D.C., August 13, 1942
Commerce Co. Brewers, Little League Team, 1951
Commerce Co. Brewers, Little League Team, Trophy Congratulations
Harvey Couch (?)
Credit-Calif. Toll Bridge Construction, August 19, 1954
John E. Diemand, (Pres., Ins. Co. of North America), March 30, 1954
Robert Doherty
H. Clay Doss (V.P., Nash Kelvinator Co.), 1947
Eating Cake
Dwight D. Eisenhower, Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, December 7, 1949
Esquire Magazine Representatives, June 8, 1955
Family Arriving in Los Angeles in Private Pullman Car
James A. Farley
James A. Farley
James A. Farley, Cordell Hull
Alfred C. Finn Looking Over Plans Of Houston Convention Center
First Auto Tire From Guayule Rubber Plant, January 14, 1945
Fred J. Fisher Standing by 42 lb. King Salmon, August, 1937
L.P. Fisher, Charles T. Fisher, Jr
Fishing
Kenneth Franzheim and Contractor at New Foley Building, March, 1947
Friends Posing With Indians in Front of Teepee
Friends Posing With King Salmon
John N. Garner
Girl Scout Troop 41, South Mayd School, Pecan Park
Senator Carter Glass
Carter Glass, Unidentified Other
Golf Tournament, Sam Sneed Putting on Number 9
William Green, October 4, 1950
William Green, President of American Federation of Labor, October 4, 1950
Group Looking Over Blueprints
Hands in the New Deal, June 26, 1934
Bob Hanes
H.A. Hassan
Edward Hefley, June 17, 1954
Fred Heyne, Celebrating Opening of Lamar Hotel and Annex
W.P. Hobby at Dinner for Quarter Century Commerce Club, January, 1947
Oscar Holcombe, Royal Ferris, April 10, 1928
Oscar Holcombe, General Fleming
Oscar Holcombe, Looking Over Floor Plan of Houston Convention Hall
Oscar Holcombe, 100 Million Vehicle Miles on Gulf Freeway, August, 1950
Holding Cup Presented at Testimonial Banquet, May 12, 1923
Holding Fishing Rods
Honorary Doctorate Degree from St. Lawrence University, June 8, 1942
Honorary Doctorate Degree, With Pearl S. Buck, June 8, 1942
House Ways and Means Committee, Urging Trade Pact Renewals, April 13, 1943
Houston Fat Stock Show
Houston Fat Stock Show, Emma Jean Seeker and Brother, Sponsored by Jones
Houston Fat Stock Show, Sponsored Owners and Calves
Houston Fat Stock Show, Sponsored Owners and Calves, 1948
Houston Horse Show Association, James Abercrombie
Houston Horse Show Association, Rally at Rice Hotel, 1949
Houston National Bank 75th Anniversary Celebration, June 13, 1951
Houston Naval Hospital, Opening Ceremonies, September 4, 1946
Houston Street and Newsboys Club Plaque Presentation, June 10, 1955
Hunting
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Inabinet, June 11, 1950
Admiral Ernest King, Inaugural Banquet at Mayflower Hotel, Washington, January 19, 1945
Induction Into Knights of San Jacinto, April 18, 1954
Inspection Tour of San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, May, 1936
Brig. Gen. Robert M. Ives
Jackson Day Dinner, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., January 9, 1940
Jewish Community Council, Presentation of Plaque, April 28, 1954
Ed C. Johnson, U.S.S. Colorado, August 14, 1942
Colonel Louis Johnson, October 30, 1953
Audrey Louise Jones
Audrey Louise Jones, Graduation Exercises
M.T. Jones Lumber Company, Bookkeeper, 1894
M.T. Jones Lumber Company, Manager, 1895
Will Jones In Back Seat, Birchmont, No. Conway, N.H
Junior Achievement Group, November, 1952
Frank Knox
Lt. Gen. Wm. S. Knudsen Receiving Decoration for Directing Wartime Industrial Production
Little Boy
Lone Star Steel Co. and Defense Plant Corp. Contract Agreement, July 18, 1942
Longhorn Smelters Inspection
Bob Lovett
John J. McCloy, April 24, 1953
Stewart McDonald, En Route to Europe, July 5, 1939
Stewart McDonald in Scotland
Paul McNutt, Hattie Caraway, Homer M. Adkins, Sam Rayburn, November 16, 1940
Commodore Manning, May 20, 1953
Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall at Football Game, December 4, 1938
Shigeo Matsumoto, Rep. of Bank of Japan
Ann Miller, 1953
"Mr. Million" (Millionth Person in Houston), Barney McCasland, July 3, 1954
Dan Moody
Gov. Dan Moody, Democratic National Convention, 1928
Secretary Morgenthau Meeting, January 7, 1937
Alexander C. Nagle
National Bank of Commerce Scholarship Winners, May 29, 1954
National Inventors Council, Ad Campaign Shown
National Press Club President With Guests, January 27, 1945
National Press Club
President's Inauguration, January 27, 1945
President's Inauguration, January 27, 1945
Swearing-In of Edward Jamieson, January 27, 1945
Navy Ceremony, Adm. Nimitz, Reifsnider
H.W. Newell, Fishing at Cape Vincent, New York
Newsweek Magazine Celebration, Cynthia Steward, July, 1954
North Side State Bank, Directors Meeting, March 16, 1953
Not-Su-Oh Carnival, Houston, King Notoc IV, Fall, 1902
Officers of National Bank of Commerce
Overseas Press Club, Fourth Annual Dinner
Fess Parker and Buddy Ebsen, June, 1955
Fred Pontello, Mosaic Portrait Presentation, October, 1952
Portrait Painting
Portrait Painting by Charles J. Fox
Portrait Painting by Wm. Fiske Noyes, (transparency), 1943
Portrait Painting by Seymour Stone, 1942
Portrait, Tintype as Small Boy
Portrait, Tintype as Young Man
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Board
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Bd. Directors in Conference Room
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Bd., First Directors
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Directors Discussing National Defense Plants, 1940
Reconstruction Finance Corp., First Press Conf. as Director, July 17, 1939
Reconstruction Finance Corp., Office
Reconstruction Finance Corp., Swearing-In of Members, February 2, 1932
Regional Federal Home Loan Bank Presidents, September 23-25, 1940
Reviewing Troops
Rice Hotel Luncheon Meeting
Rice Institute (?) Tree Planting Ceremony
Reuben Robertson (Chrmn. Bd., Champion Paper Co.), Rice Hotel, May 13, 1953
Will Rogers Walking in Corridor of Dept. of Commerce Building, August 18, 1933
Will Rogers, Jr. at N. Philadelphia on Way to L.A., August 18, 1935
Rogers (Will) Family Leaving Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, August 18, 1935
Will Rogers Memorial Commission Check Presentation, December, 1939
Will Rogers Memorial Hospital, Presentation of Deed, February 25, 1937
Will Rogers Memorial Scholarship Fund, Presentation Ceremony, May 29, 1939
Will Rogers Statue Dedication in Capitol, Washington, D.C., June 6, 1939
Pres. F.D. Roosevelt Arriving at Jackson Day Dinner in Washington
F.D.R., Eleanor Roosevelt, Houston, June 11, 1936
F.D.R., Sec. of State Cordell Hull
F.D.R., Viewing 400 Planes in Air at One Time, Opening of National Airport, Washington
St. Paul's Methodist Church, Laying of the Cornerstone, 1929
St. Paul's Methodist Church Lot in Houston, Texas
Sam Houston Monument, Dedication Ceremonies
San Jacinto Monument, Laying of the Cornerstone, 1937
Saturday Evening Post Delivery Boy, January, 1930
Charles Sawyer, Ray Miller, Warren G. Brown
Scotland
Sec. of State Hull, Sec. of Treasury Snyder, Harvey Couch (?)
Senate Commerce Committee Hears Henry Wallace-Jones Dispute, January 24, 1945
Clem Shaver, Democratic National Convention, 1928
Clem Shaver, Democratic National Party Button Pinning, March 1, 1928
Signing Document
Sitting at Desk In Office of Lumber Company
Garland A. Smith, (Insurance Commission, Austin), October 36, 1953
John W. Snyder (r.)
John W. Snyder, Harvey Couch, Cordell Hull
Sons of American Revolution, Good Citizenship Award Dinner, February 22, 1956
Speaking at Ship Launching
Spraying Concrete on Spherical Structure
Gov. Coke Stephenson, Fat Stock Show
Taking Oath as Sec. of Commerce, September 19, 1940
Taking Oath as Witness Before Senate Commerce Committee, January 24, 1945
Wayne C. Taylor, Examining Commission as Under-Sec. of Commerce, November 27, 1940
Testifying, February, 1944
Testifying Before Senate Commerce Comm., January 24, 1945
Testifying Before Senate Commerce Comm., RFC "Divorce" Bill, January 24, 1945
Testifying Before Senate Subcommittee, 1947
Texas Beef Council, May 17, 1955
Texas Children's Hospital Contract Signing with Tellepsen Construction Co., May 17, 1951
Texas Children's Hospital Dedication, May 15, 1953
Texas Scholars Winning Trips to Sweden, May 29, 1953
Throwing Ball at First Football Game in Washington, D.C., 1937
Bascom Timmons, Election Campaign Parade
Bascom Timmons at His Inauguration as Pres. of National Press Club, January 22, 1932
U.S.S. San Jacinto Aircraft Carrier Launching, Mrs. Jones, Camden, N.J
Unidentified Individuals
Unidentified Individuals
Walking in Washington, D.C
Henry Wallace, F.D.R. at White House Meeting, January 21, 1945
Walter Camp Memorial Trophies Presentations, January, 1948
Washington, D.C. Office
Washington National Airport, Laying of Cornerstone by F.D.R., September 28, 1940
Waving Hat
C.D. Whitmire, A.D. Simpson, J.P. Dreibelbis, R.S. Damon, Sam Lunt, 1952
Mr. Whittington, Miss Ima Hogg, John T. Jones, October, 1955
Woodrow Wilson at Red Cross Parade in New York, May 18, 1918
Woodrow Wilson in Red Cross Parade up 5th Avenue in New York, May 18, 1918
Witnessing Oath-Taking
Working at Desk for National Democratic Convention, 1928
Gus Wortham Introducing Miss Hank Fort, September 21, 1955
Orville Wright, Hap Arnold, 40th Anniversary of Kitty Hawk
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JHJ 1 Dwr 2 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits
1941
1944
1955
Nos. 1-34, undated
Portraits and miscellaneous photographs
Dean Acheson
Aerial View of Airport Runways
Edwin Andrews and Others
Jesse Andrews, Portrait Painting
Automobile Showroom
George F. Baker, Engraving
Bathing Revue
Contestants, Groups
Contestants, Individuals
Contestants, Individuals
Miss American Maid
Miss Coca Cola
Miss Dallas
Misses Lake Charles, New Orleans, Houston
Miss Levit Jewelry Company
Fourth Annual, Miss Pontiac
William L. Batt
Battle of Sabine Pass, Painting
Betty Beall, Portrait
Judge Roy Bean, Drawing
Beauty Contest
Group Contestants
Miss Houston, 1927
John and Audrey Jones Beck, Empire Room, Rice Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Berry
Francis Biddle, June 2, 1943
Boat, Unidentified
Austin Bonles
Buildings
Aerial Views of Downtown Houston
Baash-Ross Tool Company, Odessa, Texas
Bankers Mortgage Building
Bankers Mortgage Building, Power Facilities
Commerce Bank Building, Progress, February 4, 1952
Commerce Bank Garage, Sketch, Undated
Commerce Building
Electric Building Annex, September 16, 1925
Electric Building Power Facilities
Fair Building Addition, September 25, 1952
Fair Garage Building, September 1950, June 1951, August 1951
Gulf Building
Gulf Building, Addition No. 2., Drawings
Gulf Building, Addition No. 2. Progress, March 27, 1949
Gulf Building, Architect's Drawing, 1925
Gulf Building Parking Garage
Gulf Building, Power Facilities
Houston Chronicle Building, April 27, 1938
Keystone Building, 1924
Kirby Building, Power Facilities
Krupp and Tuffly Building, Progress, September 12, 1928-December 26, 1928, January 2, 1929-April 30, 1929
Lamar Theater, Progress, September 16, 1925
Levy Bros. Building
Levy Bros. Building, Progress
Loew Theater Building, August 1, 1927, September 1, 1927
Loew Theater Building, March 27, 1949, undated
Double Exposure of Buildings (4)
Fort Worth Building (4a)
Gulf Building
Early Photo, 6 cop. (5)
Later Photo (6)
Photo by Von Schoenfeldt (7)
Houston
Aerial View of Downtown, ca. (8), 1927
Aerial View of Downtown Buildings, (9), 1936
Aerial View Looking North, (10), April 2, 1951
Aerial View of Downtown Block, (11), undated
Aerial View of Downtown, Early Photo, (12), undated
Aerial View of Downtown Identifying Jones' Buildings and Years They Were Built, 6 cop., (13), undated
Houston Club Building and Continental Building, (14)
Houston, View of Downtown Looking South, (15), Undated
John Brown Univ. Buildings and Shrubs Spelling "Jesse H. Jones" (16)
M.T. Jones' Summer Home, Back and Front Views (17)
National Bank of Commerce
Block, Sketch, (18), undated
Garage, 2 cop., (19), undated
Lobby, Photo by Von Schoenfeldt (20)
National Standard Building, Sketch, (21), October 25, 1945
New York City Building on 5th Ave. (22)
Old Farmhouse, (23), Undated
Old Victorian Home, Unidentified, (24), Undated
Painting of Building, 2 cop. (25)
Rice Hotel, (26), Undated
San Jacinto Monument Battlegrounds
Aerial View (27)
Aerial View of Progress (28)
San Jacinto Monument
Day and Night Photo Views Sent by A.D. Simpson, Approx. (29), August 1, 1939
Drawing Submitted by F.H. Brooke, F.V. Murphy, Architects, (30), circa 1936
Photo by Elwood M. Payne, 3 cop. (31)
Photo With Caption (32)
Star, 2 cop. (33)
San Jacinto Monument Model
6 cop. (34), April 16, 1936
(35), undated
Photostats (36), February 3, 1937-February 4, 1937, March 2, 1937, undated
Sculptured Base of Tower (37), February 3, 1937
With Statue on Top, Photostats (38), January 22, 1937, January 30, 1937, undated
Mason Building, Power Facilities
Mercantile National Bank Building, Dallas, Tex., March 8, 1944
Metropolitan Theater, Progress, October 6, 1926
Miscellaneous
National Bank of Commerce, Architect's Drawing
National Bank of Commerce, Progress, August 1, 1928-December 26, 1928, January 2, 1929-April 30, 1929
National Standard Building, October 25, 1945
National Standard Building, Construction Progress
Panoramic View of Downtown Houston, 1950
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Headquarters In Lafayette Building, 1943
Rice Hotel
Rice Hotel, 1908-1909
Rice Hotel Annex, Progress, September 16, 1925
Rice Hotel, Architect's Drawings, April 28, 1924, May 28, 1924
Robertson County Hospital, Springfield, Tennessee
Scanlan Building
Smith-Young Tower, Progress, July 2, 1928
Texas Avenue Building, Architect's Drawing, December, 1948
Travis and McKinney, Progress, August 4, 1927
Two Hundred Madison Ave. Office Building
Cattle
Cattle, Painting, of Longhorns, etc.
Cattle Round-Up, North of 36
Certificate of Recognition of Public Service as Chairman of R.F.C., April 17, 1945
Childhood Home Near Springfield, Tennessee, and Smokehouse
Conference of Society of Syndicated Cartoonists, Waldorf-Astoria, Sketch and Autographs, April 26, 1946
Senator Tom Connally, Judge Ben Connally (son), November 13, 1950
Continental Can Co. Group Visiting Houston, April 7, 1950
Henry P. Davidson, Chairman Red Cross War Council, 1918
John W. Davis, November 18, 1924
Preston Delano
Democratic National Convention, Arrival of John N. Garner in Philadelphia, June 26, 1936
Sidney J. Denenberg, July, 1943
Armand F. Dickinson, Postmaster at St. Louis
Bob Doherty
Lt. Richard W. Dowling, Drawing
Stephen T. Early, Secretary to President F.D.R.
Harry Eaton
Effects of Hun Bombardment of Paris by the "Big Berthas"
Pres. Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower at Opera
Farm Youth Group, John T. Jones Presenting Check, November, 1952
Royal A. Ferris
Fifty Thousandth Telephone Installed, Houston
Fireboat, Port of Houston
Galveston
John N. Garner, July 4, 1935
Gibbs Memorial Library, Mexia, Texas
Carter Glass, John N. Garner at Baseball Game in Washington
Carter Glass, Portrait Presented to Harvard Business School by J.H. Jones, 1928
W. Averell Harriman, February, 1941
Dorothy Gay Hefley (baby picture)
Fred J. Heyne Handing 25,000 Scholarship Fund to E.B. Evans, Prarie View A & M, November, 1951
Thomas Rudolph Hicks, Texas A & M Jones Award for Achievement, 1948
Oveta Culp Hobby
W.P. Hobby
Paul G. Hoffman
Sam Houston, Engraving
Sam Houston Monument
Sam Houston Monument, Placement on Pedestal
Sam Houston, Painting, Gift of J.H. Jones
Sam Houston Pictures
Sam Houston, Portrait, San Jacinto Museum
Houston and River Oaks Country Club, Golf Courses, Polo Field
Houston Art Museum
Houston Fat Stock Show
Houston Fat Stock Show, Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Steers
Houston Street and Newsboys Club, Christmas, 1952
Louis N. Howe, 1935
Cordell Hull
Hunting and Fishing
Hunting and Fishing
Mr. Billy Holman, Photos Sent of J.H. Jones' Boyhood Home, Family Cemetery, etc.
William N. Jeffers, October, 1943
Audrey Louise Jones
Jesse H. Jones, Sculpture Bust, Clay Molds and Bronze Casts
Jesse H. Jones, Sculpture Head by Dr. Suzanne Silvercruys
M.T. Jones, Portrait
M.T. Jones Home in Houston, J.H. Jones Lived Here During Early Career
Mary Gibbs Jones, Portrait Painting by J.W. Orth, 1954
Mrs. Jones, Dedication of Mary Gibbs Jones College of Rice Institute
Mrs. Jones, Bascom Timmons Receiving Texas Heritage Foundation Distinguished Service Medal Awards, May 27, 1958
William Hasque and Ann Holman Jones, Parents of Jesse H. Jones
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JHJ 1 Dwr 3 Kayser Twins
Major Gen. Robert E. Lee, Engraving
Abraham Lincoln
Jane Long, Painting
Lumber Company, Employees in Offices
Hans Luther, May 14, 1937
Sir Roger and Lady Makins, Ambassador from England, March 8, 1954
Man on Horse, Kelley's Grill
Jorge W. Mantus, Jr., Autographed Portrait
Massacre at Goliad by Andrew Jackson Houston, Unidentified Painting
Glenn N. McCarthy, April 7, 1952
Charles Edward Merrill, Portrait
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ochs
Oil Fires
Oil Well, Cartwright No. 18
Oriental School Children, Sent by "CARE", December 7, 1954
Painting of Hunting Dog by Seymour Stone
Frances Perkins, Sec. of Labor, 1942
Picture Window View Overlooking Golf Course
Warren Lee Pierson
T. Allan Polkfrank (?), December 25, 1939
Port of Houston
Docking of the "Satilla" at Wharf no. 1
Facilities
First Grain Boat Leaving
Freight in Transit to Points. in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado
Long Reach Docks Bond Issue
Billboard Endorsement, July 1, 1953
Development Plan of Fairfax Corp, November 7, 1951
Long Reach Terminal
Shipload of 40,000 Bags of Brazilian Coffee
Transporting Cotton
Potatoes from Sugarland
President's Birthday Ball Checks, 1939
Sig. J. Prolope
Racing Horse "Assault", 1947
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Conference Room
Reconstruction Finance Corp. Offices
Stanley Reed, July 7, 1943
Philip D. Reid, 1944
Rice Institute
F.D.R. and Senator William G. McAdoo
Dick Ruthberg
San Jacinto Day Cocktail Party, New York City, April 21, 1952
San Jacinto Monument
Aluminum Finial and Lightning Aerial on Star, April 15, 1938
Battlegrounds
Battlegrounds with Girl Posing, Postcard
Beacon and Lightning Protection Equipment on Star, April 15, 1938
Dedication Ceremonies
Elevator Given by Mr. and Mrs. Jones, 1954
Alfred C. Finn, Jr. and Workmen on Top of Star, April 15, 1938
Inscriptions
Interiors and Statuary
Liberty or Death Flag
Painting by M. de la Torre
Progress, May 31, 1937-January 15, 1938, undated
Scale Model
Two-Millionth Elevator Passenger
Al Schindler, Under-Sec. of Commerce, 1945-1946
Sculpture, "America Spirit for Beauty, Knowledge, Peace and Brotherhood", 1936
Shamrock Hotel
Frank L. Shane
Mr. Shaver and His Fox Hounds, July, 1953
"Sherman Flag" at San Jacinto
Snake and Rabbit
Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show, Fort Worth
Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show, Grand Champion Steer Purchased by Worth Hotel, 1938
Sao-Ke Alfred Sze, Chinese Ambassador, May 24, 1937
Wayne Chatfield-Taylor, Under-Sec. of Commerce, Silver Cup Tribute, April 17, 1945
Texas A & M Graduation Ceremonies
Texas A & M, Marine Corps Trainees
Texas City Disaster, April 16, 1947
Theaters
Chorus Girls
Francis Deering, Loew Theater Manager
Isis Theater
Isis Theater, Interior Views, Box Office
Isis Theater, Miss Houston Contestants
Loews Theater
Loews Theater, Interior Views
Majestic Theater
Metropolitan Theater
Metropolitan Theater, Christmas, December 21, 1931
Metropolitan Theater, Interior Views
Miscellaneous
"Miss Opportunity" Contest Sponsored by Metropolitan Theater, 1927
Power Facilities
Prince and Palace Theaters
Promotional Campaigns
Queen Theater
Ritz Theater
Ritz Theater, Jack Holt, Star of "Mysterious Rider", 1927
Union Theater
Uptown Theater, Horwitz Theaters, Iris Birthday Party, June 24, 1937
President Truman and Friends Aboard Yacht Williamsburg, August 16, 1946
U.S.S. San Jacinto, Aircraft Carrier, September 26, 1943
View of Living Room of Jesse H. and Mrs. Jones, 1923
Will Rogers Portrait
Will Rogers, Sculptures, "Trilogy of Famous American Cowboys" by Frederick W. Schweigardt
John Gilbert Winant
William H. Woodin
Hugh H. Young, July 28, 1938
Jesse A. Ziegler, Reading History of San Jacinto, 1943
Buildings erected by J.H. Jones Interest, New York, 1924-1931
volume
4N49a Oversize Framed Pictures
Jesse H. Jones, Portraits
Portrait Given to Hyde Park Memorial Library
Portrait With Nameplate "Jesse H. Jones"
Portrait, Sitting at Desk by Nottingham
volume
4N51b Pencil Sketch by Houston High School Graduate, George
Bosworth
Pencil Sketch by Moritz Grossman, view one, 1939
Pencil Sketch by Moritz Grossman, view two, 1939
volume
4N31a Jesse H. Jones and Others
Orville Wright and Robert M. Hinckley, "Orville Wright Fortieth Anniversary Dinner", December 17, 1943
President Roosevelt and Justice Stanley Reed, Jesse H. Jones Being Sworn in as Sec. of Commerce
volume
4N31b Harry L. Hopkins
Emil Schram, Homer Adkins and Guy Helvering
Glenn McCarthy and Jim Abercrombie
First R.F.C. Board, John J. Blaine, Frederic H. Taber, Carroll B. Merriam, Wilson McCarthy, William H. Woodin, Harvey 0. Couch
volume
4N51a Nelson Rockefeller, Dinner In Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of Inauguration of the Air Mail Service in the U.S
Miss Pearl S. Buck, Receiving Honorary Doctorate Degrees at 80th Annual St. Lawrence University Commencement, June 8, 1942
Senator Tom Connally, Sec. Cordell Hull, President Arroyo del Rio
John Nance Garner, Sen. Harry S, Truman, Holding Pistols Used by Outlaw Jesse James
volume
4N52c Cabinet Members
Red Cross War Council of 1918, Cornelius Bliss, George Case, Elliott Wadsworth, Henry P. Davidson, George Scott, Jesse H. Jones
volume
4N52d Henry L. Stimson and Col. James W. Flanagan, Leaving White House After 4th Inauguration of Roosevelt
Enlargement of Above
volume
4N52b John Nance Garner and Unidentified Man
Unidentified Hunting Partner
volume
4N52a President Roosevelt Arriving at Jackson Day Dinner in Washington
Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy and Unidentified Man
Mrs. Jones, Knitting Scene
volume
4N52e Inspection Tour of San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, May, 1934
(six scenes)
volume
4N53a Group Photos
Senator Carter Glass and Speaker John N. Garner at Baseball Game in Washington
Dwight D. Eisenhower, Ruiz Cartines and Others
First Successful Full-Color Photo of President Addressing Both Houses of Congress, January 6, 1943
Dinner Commemorating the 7th Anniversary of the New York Board of Trade and the 1st Anniversary of the Latin American Section, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, September 30, 1943
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3T402G Dinner Honoring the Vice-President of the U.S. By Fellow Citizens of Texas on Occasion of Visit to Washington of the Good Will Special Train National Press Club, April 17, 1934
volume
4N54c Portraits
Royal A. Ferris, Pres. National Exchange Bank at Dallas, 1895
Grover Cleveland, March 2, 1889
Dwight D. Eisenhower
volume
4N54b Cordell Hull
Herbert Hoover
Fred J. Heyne
volume
4N54a Carter Glass, June 5, 1938
Henry Morgenthau, 1934
James A. Farley
Harry Truman, July 3, 1948
volume
4N52f Will Rogers
Franklin D. Roosevelt (in white suit)
F.D.R., signed
Oveta Culp Hobby, Pencil Sketch
volume
4N55b Buildings
San Jacinto Monument
folder
OD1427 Watercolor of Jesse H. Jones Medical Library Building by Cameron Fairchild and Assoc., Architects
Photostat of a Sketch of the Medical Arts Building in Ft. Worth, Wyatt C. Hedrick Architect
Composite of Photos from the Houston Chronicle Showing Houston Business District
Composite of Photos of Houston Skyline, Showing View With and Without Jones' Buildings, 1929
Unidentified Skyscraper, Photo
volume
4N51c Photostat of Sketch of Petroleum Building
Photostat of Sketch of Gulf Building, 1928
Photostat of Sketch of Gulf Building, 1930
Unidentified Photostat of Sketch of Building, Alfred C. Finn, Architect, November 20, 1929
Unidentified Photostat of Skyscraper by Hugh Ferris, Jr
volume
4N55a Downtown New York City
Aerial View of Downtown Houston
Aerial View of Downtown Houston
volume
4N53b Portfolio of Sketches, Floor Plans of the Red Wolf Hotel by Ben A. Dore and Kenneth Franzheim, Architect, 1945
volume
4N59a Cartoons
Mounted Cartoon, "Presidential Seizure Order of Montgomery Ward and Co.", by Jim Berryman
Mounted Cartoon, "New Deal Corral", by Jim Berryman, 1944
volume
4N59b Works of Art
Etching of Horse, "Assault", by R.H. Palenske
Etching of Battleship, by Kent Hagerman
volume
4N59c Miscellaneous
Two Photos Inside of University of Houston Library Showing Portraits of 33 Presidents Given by Mr. and Mrs. Jones, February, 1954
Photograph of the Houston Chronicle ' s Presses
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JHJ 2, Dwr 1 Oversize Cabinet Files
Buildings
Apartment Building, Sketch and Floor Plans, (1), September 21, 1936
Bodyhood Home of Jesse H. Jones, Pencil Sketch, (2), April 5, 1942
Chronicle and Rice Hotel Buildings, Aerial View, Houston, (3), Undated
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JHJ 2, Dwr 2 Cartoons, 1928-1943
"Democrats' Paul Revere", Shafer, 1928
(3 pos., 1 neg.)
"From Poverty to Affluence", James North, March 11, 1928
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
"Out of the Hole", L. Chapin, March 11, 1928
(2 pos., 1 neg.)
"Toonerville Trolley That Meets All the Trains", F. Fox, 1933
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
Driving Up the Price of Gold, C.K. Berryman, November, 1933
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
"Harry, You Know Just How I Feel..." C.K. Berryman, November 14, 1934
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
Gridiron Parade, 50th Anniversary Dinner, Gridiron Club, C.K. Berryman, 1935
(1 print)
"Rock of Ages", January 1, 1936
(1 orig.)
"New Deal Crystal Gazer", C.K. Berryman, October 18, 1937
(1 orig., 1 pos., 1 neg.)
Happy New Year, Gus Edson, 1938
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
Charlie West, C.K. Berryman, February 13, 1936
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"Soup's On!", W.E.B. Brown, March 30, 1938
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
F.D.R. Chased by Cabinet, Derso and Kelen, 1940
(7 pos., 1 neg.)
"Cliff Says Santa Sometimes Overlooked Him..." Berryman, January 2, 1940
(5 pos., 1 neg.)
Appeal for Small Business Help, Charles Levinson, January 24, 1940
(1 orig.)
Offer of Dept. of Commerce Portfolio, C.K. Berryman, August, 1940
(1 pos., 1 neg.)
Jesse H. Jones Filling Both Seats, Hal Coffman, September, 1940
(1 orig., 1 pos., 1 neg.)
Jones and Garner, C.K. Berryman, September 1, 1940
(1 orig., 1 pos., 1 neg.)
"Two Dromios", C.K. Berryman, September 18, 1940
(1 orig., 4 pos. 1 neg.)
Cliff's Sweets to the Sweet List, C.K. Berryman, 1941
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
Mr. Jones, Buyer, Walt Disney, May 17, 1941
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
"Lots of Bounce to It, Anyway", C.K. Berryman, March 26, 1942
(1 orig., 1 pos., 1 neg.)
"If They Don't Have Gas, They Can't Use Tires", C.K. Berryman, April, 1942
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
"Hero of the Home Front", C.K. Berryman, May 25, 1942
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"Deep In the Heart of Washington", Jim Berryman, October 20, 1942
(10 pos.)
"Peevish Tenderfoot", Thomas, 1943
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
"Head-On Collision", Batchelor, 1943
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
Money to Throw to the Dogs, C.K. Berryman, May 12, 1943
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
Price Control Subsidies, C.K. Berryman, June 1, 1943
(1 pos., 1 neg.)
"All Unquiet on the Potomac", McCutcheon, July 9, 1943
(1 pos.)
"Boss Certainly Is Firing a Lot of People...", C.K. Berryman, July 17, 1943
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
"Putting the Hex on Jesse", Parrish, July 11, 1943
(1 neg.)
"Squire Has Had Enough of This Cackling", Jerry Doyle, July 17, 1943
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"Boom Boom Town", Reg Manning, August 31, 1943
(1 orig., 9 pos., 2 neg.)
Henry Wallace and Co., World Planners, C.K. Berryman, October 11, 1943
(3 orig., 4 pos., 1 neg.)
Mutt and Jeff by H.C. Fisher, 1936
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JHJ 2 Dwr 3 Cartoons, 1944-1956
"New Deal Corral", Jim Berryman, 1944
(4 pos., 2 neg.)
Cliff and Indian Clubs, C.K. Berryman, April 12, 1944
(1 orig., 11 pos., 1 neg.)
"New Deal Costume Ball", C.K. Berryman, April 30, 1944
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
Jones and Biddle Fighting Montgomery Ward, C.K. Berryman, May 11, 1944
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
Injunction Suits Against WLB, Jim Berryman, June 5, 1944
(1 orig., 4 pos., 1 neg.)
Economy of Abundance, Economy of Scarcity, Babbelon, 1945
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
"The New Watchman", Parrish, 1945
(1 orig.)
"Dropping the Pilot", Carl Somdal, 1945
(1 orig.)
"Cliff's Cheers to Jesse," C.K. Berryman, January, 1945
(8 pos., 2 neg.)
Wallace Bound and Gagged, C.K. Berryman, January, 1945
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
"He Is Fully Suited", Lacburt, January 22, 1945
(5 pos., 1 neg.)
"Henry", Quincy Scott, January 23, 1945
(1 orig.)
"No, Not That!", Rube Goldberg, January 23, 1945
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
"Cornhusker to Bulldogger?", Shoemaker, January 23, 1945
(1 orig.)
"Consternation," Claude Shafer, January 23, 1945
(1 orig.)
"An Old Story Up-to-Date," Gregg, January 24, 1945
(1 neg.)
"Portrait of a Statesman," Rube Goldberg, January 26, 1945
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"Big-Hearted Henry," Rube Goldberg, January 26, 1945
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
Jesse H. Jones Moving Out, Jim Berryman, February, 1945
(1 orig., 1 pos., 1 neg.)
"Oh, I've Never Flown a Plane Before," Reg Manning, February 5, 1945
(1 orig., 10 pos., 1 neg.)
Wallace Seated as Sec. of Commerce, C.K. Berryman, March 3, 1945
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
"Henry, Me Too!" C.K. Berryman, August 24, 1945
(1 pos.)
Jesse H. Jones and Income Tax Return, Leo, (news clipping), October 5, 1945
"Mostly Malarky," Wally, (postcard), 1946
"Human Guinea Pig", William Summers, February 25, 1948
(1 orig.)
"What's Going On?", Dahl, June 1, 1948
(1 orig., 10 pos., 1 neg.)
"The Mud Runs Out," Ferman Martin, 1955?
(1 orig.)
"Houston and the Nation Mourns," Ferman Martin, 1956
(1 orig.)
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JHJ 2 Dwr 4 Cartoons, Undated, nos. 1-32
"Qualifications: Ace 4th Term Campaigner", William H. Summers
(1 orig.)
"That's What We're Afraid Of", Wm. H. Summers
(1 orig.)
"Something Tells Us There'll Be a Quick Divorce", Carlisle
(1 orig.)
"They Say Bulls Are Color Blind", Carlisle
(1 orig.)
"Heigh-Ho! Heigh-Ho!", Jim Berryman
(1 posn., 1 neg., 1 print)
"Private Lives", Edwin Cox
(1 print)
"Deep In the Heart of Washington", Jim Berryman
(2 pos., 1 neg.)
"Dream", Sgt. George Baker
(1 pos.)
"What Money Can't Buy", R. Van Buren
(1 print)
"Great Hindu Magician- He Grants Wishes", McCutcheon
(1 pos.)
Merry Christmas from Washington Scene, George Dixon
(1 print)
Elliott Roosevelt Loans, Jim Berryman
(2 pos. 1 neg.)
F.D.R. Doing Towing, Berryman
(4 pos., 1 neg.)
Henry Wallace's Check, Sweigert
(1 orig.)
"Jesse Knows Their Feeling", W.E.B. Brown
(4 pos. 1 neg.)
"Washington Policeman", Cy Hungerford
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"Texas Branded", Cal Alley
(1 orig., 1 pos., 1 neg.)
"U.S. Loan", Edwin Duffy
(1 orig., 1 pos., 1 neg.)
"The Payoff!", Packer
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"One Little Pig He Isn't Going To Plow Under", Lacburt
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
"?????-!", Frank Williams
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.,)
"Crystal Gazer Gets An Eyefull!" Calburt
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
Wallace Mixing Potion, Parrish
(1 orig., 2 pos., 1 neg.)
"No Gas", Dorman H. Smith
(1 orig.)
Wallace Commerce Appointment, Edwin Duffy
(6 pos., 1 neg.)
"Slippery Going For the Hottentots' Milkman", Hutton
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
"Communiques From the Battle of Washington", Hutton
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
"All He Asks to Complete the Jigsaw", Bert Blessington
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"International Milk Man", Knox
(1 orig., 11 pos., 1 neg.)
Wallace Appointment Confirmation?, Edwin Duffy
(6 pos., 1 neg.)
Democratic Wallace Row, Edwin Duffy
(6 pos., 1 neg.)
Glass Bill to Broaden R.F.C. Lending Powers, Ben Little
(4 pos., 1 neg., 1 newspaper template)
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JHJ 2 Dwr 5 Cartoons, Undated nos. 1-30
Jesse H. Jones, Portrait Profile, S. Robles
(1 orig., 27 lg. pos., 4 sm. pos., 1 lg. neg., 1 sm. neg.)
Jesse H. Jones Staring Daggers at Wallace, Jim Berryman
(13 pos., 1 neg.)
"Above the Crowd", Stookie Allen
(6 pos.)
"Railroad Blues", Barry
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
Texan at Gates of Heaven, Bo Brown
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
Jesse H. Jones and Distressed Business, Shott
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
Will Rogers, Stookie Allen
(1 orig., 7 pos., 1 neg.)
Montgomery Ward and Co., Berryman
(5 pos., 1 neg.)
R.F.C. Hospital, Spaar
(3 pos., 1 neg.)
"The Boys Are Showing a Big Profit", Jerry Doyle
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"Wouldn't He Like That Job", Shott
(1 orig., 3 pos., I neg.)
"Presidential Seizure... Montgomery Ward", Jim Berryman
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
"Circus- Oh Boy!", Janott
(1 orig., 5 pos., 1 neg.)
"I Was Hasty, Henry", Knott
(I pos.)
Cliff's Thanks For Grapefruit, C.K. Berryman
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
"Widening Rift in the Household", S.J. Ray
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
Jesse H. Jones, Chairman of the Board, R.F.C
(4 pos., 1 neg.)
"Peace... It's Wonderful", Alexander
(6 pos. 1 neg.)
"Harmony Along the Potomac", Knott
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
"He Has All the Chips"
(1 orig., 1 lg. pos., 3 sm. pos., 1 neg.)
"Jesse Didn't Split Much Wood", Knott
(1 orig., 7 pos., 1 neg.)
"After the Lull!", Coffman
(1 orig., 3 pos., 1 neg.)
Jones and Wallace Battling, Alexander
(1 orig., 6 pos., 1 neg.)
"Who Goes There", Gene Paderman
(3 lg. pos., 5 sm. pos., 1 neg.)
"So You're Sure...", Frank Owen
(1 orig., 4 pos., 1 neg.)
"See, Jesse... I Was Doing You a Favor", Jim Berryman
(1 orig.)
" `Blaze' Blazed the Trail For Henry!" Hungerford
(1 orig.)
"Latest Development in `Theory of Scarcity' ", Cargill
(1 orig.)
"The Dreamer Wakes Up In a Big Business Berth", Hungerford
(1 orig.)
"You Can't Build Houston With Mud", Ferman Martin
(1 orig.)
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JHJ 2 Dwr 8 Group Photographs
Jackson Day Dinner, Washington, D.C., January 12, 1928
Dinner in Honor of Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Pres. Elect of the U.S., Given by National Press Club, Washington, D.C., November 22, 1932
John Brown University Campus and Students, 1934
Dinner in Honor of F.D.R., Pres. of the U.S., Given by Vice-Pres. John Nance Garner, Washington, D.C., January 29, 1934
Dinner Honoring Vice-Pres. Garner by Fellow Citizens of Texas, April 17, 1934
(3 cop.)
Dinner in Honor of F.D.R., Pres. of U.S., Given by Vice-Pres. Garner, Washington, D.C., January 16 1935
(2 cop.)
Annual Founders' Day Dinner of the National Press Club with F.D.R., March 2, 1935
(2 cop.)
Gold Medal Award to Grace Moore, 53rd Annual Dinner, Society of Arts and Sciences, May 17, 1935
Jackson Day Dinner, Mayflower Hotel, January 8, 1938
(2 cop.)
17th Annual Dinner, Bureau of Advertising, New York City, April 28, 1938
(2 cop.)
Judge High Hat Award to Jesse H. Jones, New York City, September 27, 1938
Jackson Day Dinner, Washington, D.C., January 8, 1940
4th Annual Dinner, Touchdown Club of Washington, D.C., January 16, 1940
Annual Dinner, National Press Club, F.D.R. Guest of Honor, November 9, 1940
Testimonial Dinner Honoring Wm. S. Knudsen, Detroit, December 16, 1940
5th Annual Dinner, Touchdown Club, Washington, D.C., January 6, 1941
Military Order of the World War, N.Y.C. Dinner and Dance for Army Day, April 3, 1943
Dinner Commemorating 70th Anniv. of N.Y. Board of Trade and 1st Anniv. of Latin American Section, September 30, 1943
(3 cop.)
Dinner Party Given by Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C., (1945?)
Old Timers' Reunion in Honor of Jesse H. Jones by Alumni and Undergraduates of R.F.C., New York City, December 10, 1947
Jesse H. Jones Scholarship Holders at Texas A & M College, 1950
Dinner at Mayflower Hotel, Undated
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JHJ 2 Dwr 9 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits, nos. 1-13
Manager, M.T. Jones Lumber Co., (4 cop.) (1), 1895
22 Years Old (2)
(3), 1902
Silk Top Hat, (4), 1902
Posing in Chair, (5), 1902
Close-Up Profile, (6), 1902
Taken at Time of Democratic National Convention (2 cop.) (7), 1928
Sitting Pose (2 cop.) (8)
In Hat With Cane (9)
Hands in Pockets (4 cop.) (10)
With Model of San Jacinto Monument (2 cop.) (11)
Double Breasted Suit (9 cop.) (12)
Sitting at Desk (7 cop.) (13)
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JHJ 2 Dwr 10 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits, nos. 14, 15
Frontal Close-Up (36 cop.) (14)
Leaning on Desk (100 sm., 11 lg. cop.) (15)
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JHJ 2 Dwr 11 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits, nos. 16-20
Frontal Close-Up (60 sm., 5 lg. cop.) (16)
At Desk Holding Glasses (76 cop.) (17)
Frontal Close-Up (79 cop.) (18)
Waving Hat (7 cop.) (19)
Waving From Train (16 cop.) (20)
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JHJ 2 Dwr 12 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits, nos. 21-33
Studying Papers at Desk (47 sm., 7 lg. cop.) (21)
In Indian Headdress, San Jacinto, Texas, (3 cop.) (22), May 27, 1939
In Hat With Cane by Model of Gulf Building (23)
Studying Blueprints (3 cop.) (24)
Speaking for KXYZ Radio (4 cop.) (25)
Sitting at Dinner Table (26)
With Asbestos Fire Fighting Suit (27)
In Rubber Raft (28)
Speaking at Podium (29)
Holding Pencil (30)
Walking Down Washington, D.C. Street (31)
With Statuettes (4 cop.) (32)
Standing Against Bookcase (33)
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JHJ 3 Dwr 1 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits, nos. 34-38
Sitting on Desk (3 cop.) (34)
Standing, Hand on Chair (2 cop.) (35)
With Fred J. Heyne (36)
Sitting at Desk (5 cop.) (37)
Painting by J.W. Orth, (2 cop.) (38), 1955
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JHJ 3 Dwr 2 Jesse H. Jones, Portraits, nos. 39-48
Painting, Standing With Hand on Chair (14 cop.) (39)
Painting, Close-Up, Seymour Stone, (2 cop.) (40), 1948
Painting, Full View, Seymour Stone, (1 neg., 3 sm., 7 lg. cop) (41), 1948
Painting, Sitting, Boris B. Gordon, (7 cop.) (42), 1942
Painting for Fortune, Raymond R.P. Nielson (1 signed cop., 156 cop.) (43)
Pencil Sketch (4 cop.) (44)
Pencil Sketch, George Bosworth (5 cop.) (45)
Sculpture Bust (14 cop.) (46)
Souvenir, Democratic National Convention, (47), 1928
Pencil Sketch, Moritz Grossman, (48), 1939
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JHJ 3 Dwr 3 Jesse H. Jones and Others, nos. 1-46
Funeral Service at St. Paul's Methodist Church, Houston, Texas, (11 pictures) (1), June 1956
Mrs. Jones, Launching of the U.S.S. San Jacinto, Camden, N.J., (5 pictures) (2), September 26, 1943
Mrs. Jones Holding Bouquet In Front of Christening Platform, (3), September 26, 1943
Mrs. Jones and Others Standing on Christening Platform, (4), September 26, 1943
Mrs. Jones and Others Standing on Christening Platform. (5), September 26, 1943
Mrs. Jones and Others, Standing on Christening Platform Seen From Above, (6), September 26, 1943
Rep. Hatton W. Summers, (7), March 22, 1943
Others Standing In Front of American Airways Airplane, (8), October 22, 1933
Frank Knox, (9), Undated
Joseph E. Davies, (10), 1950
Rep. Joseph J. Mansfield, "Oldest Member of House Passes the Birthday Cake", (11), February 9, 1943
William A.M. Burden, Wayne C. Taylor, Will L. Clayton, Norman W. Baxter, (2 cop.) (12), Undated
Dr. Arthur de Souza Costa, Annexation of the Pan American Union in Washington, D.C., (13), June 29, 1937
Gov. Alfred E. Smith and Gov. F.D.R. on Top of Empire State Building, (14), May 10, 1931
Dr. W.R. Banks, Presentation of $25,000 Fund to Principal of Prarie View University (5 cop.) (15)
Dr. W.R. Banks, Others (16)
Capt. Royden Lebrecht, U.S. Army Bond Drive, (17), September 16, 1943
William Burden, Charles Stanton, Sky-Roads Exhibition, (18), November 27, 1943
Poon Lim, T.V. Soong, U.S. Army Bond Show (19)
F.D.R., Riding in Car at Texas Centennial, (31 cop.) (20), 1936
John J. Blaine, Carroll B. Merriam, Wm. H. Woodin, Frederic H. Taber, Wilson McCarthy, Harvey C. Couch, R.F.C. Board, (6 cop.) (21), 1933
F.D.R., Arriving at Jackson Day Dinner in Washington (12 cop.) (22)
Andrew Jackson Houston, Laying Cornerstone of San Jacinto Monument, (23), 1937
Henry A. Wallace, Claude R. Wickard, Francis Biddle, Frank Knox, F.D.R., Henry L. Stimson, Cordell Hull, Harold Ickes, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Frances Perkins, Frank C. Walker, (5 cop.) (24)
George Cooksey, Charles B. Henderson, Emil Schram, Frederic H. Taber, H.A. Mulligan, Carroll B. Merriam, etc., R.F.C. Directors and Dept. Heads, (4 cop.) (25), 1936
R.F.C. Directors Looking Over Document (3 cop.) (26)
R.F.C. Directors (2 cop.) (27)
R.F.C. Board (4 cop.) (28)
R.F.C. Directors and Dept. Heads (29)
Klossner, Merriam, Schram, and Unidentified Other (2 cop.) (30)
Emil Schram, Carroll Merriam, Howard Klossner, Charles D. Henderson, Approx. (31), 1940
Others, Texas Centennial Dinner, Press Club, Washington, D.C., (15 cop.) (32), April 29, 1936
Students from Texas A & M (2 cop.) (33)
Fred J. Heyne, John T. Jones, Jr. and Others (3 cop.) (34)
Officials from Houston National Bank (6 cop.) (35)
Girl Scout Troop 41, South Mayd School, Pecan Park (36)
Girl Scout Troop 53, 31st Anniversary of the Girl Scouts Celebration (37)
Regional Federal Home Loan Bank Presidents, (2 cop.) (38), September 23, 1940 - September 25, 1940
John Parks Coe, Institute, W. Virginia, (39), June 11, 1943
Oveta Culp Hobby, W.P. Hobby, George Carmack, Rotary International (2 cop.) (40)
F.D.R., Laying Cornerstone, Washington National Airport, (41), September 28, 1940
M.R. Andrews, Admiral C.W. Nimitz Rear Adm. L.F. Rufsnider (2 cop.) (42)
Representatives of Congress (43)
Young People Talking at Table (44)
Leo T. Crowley, (4), January 4, 1945
Amon G. Carter at Unveiling of Will Rogers Statue in Fort Worth (46)
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JHJ 3 Dwr 4 Jesse H. Jones and Others, nos. 47-73
Woodrow Wilson, Red Cross Parade, (13 cop.) (47), May 18, 1918
Greeting Workers (48)
Naval Officers, Mrs. Jones, (10 pictures) (49)
Little Boy (2 cop.) (50)
Group of Men in Dallas (51)
Norman Chandler, Robert H. McLean (52)
Audrey Louise Jones at Graduation Exercises (2 cop.) (53)
Man at Rotary Luncheon (3 cop.) (54)
Signing Agreement with Norman Chandler, Robert R. McLean (55)
Amon G. Carter, Frank Knox, (2 cop.) (56), 1943
Handing Paper to 3 Unidentified Men (57)
Discussing Business with 2 Unidentified Men (58)
Discussing Business with Unidentified Man (59)
Standing with Unidentified Man (60)
Standing with Unidentified Man (61)
Chip Roberts, James A. Farley, Charlie Michaelson, Forbes Morgan, Christmas, (62), 1936
Adm. C.W. Nimitz Signing Japanese Surrender Agreement, U.S.S. Missouri, Tokyo Bay, (63), September 2, 1945
Audrey Louise Jones, Unidentified Man (64)
Mrs. Jones, John T. Jones, Sr. (65)
Indians at Oklahoma City (11 cop.) (66)
Indian With Bow and Arrows (67)
Indians Presenting Invitation to "Indian Village", (3 cop.) (68), January 1, 1936
Riding Horse With Others in Scotland (69)
Hunting With Others in Scotland (70)
Unidentified Man and Woman (71)
Others at Bohemian Grove, (72), 1937-1938
Little League Baseball Team Sponsored by Jesse H. Jones, "Jr. Buffs" (9 cop.) (73)
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JHJ 3 Dwr 9 Miscellaneous Photographs, nos. 1-19
Jesse H. Jones, Democrat Who Fights for Farmers, Is of the Soil
Jesse H. Jones Scholarship Recipients, George Peabody College for Teachers, 1947-1948
National Bank of Commerce, Christmas Choir, 1953
Giant Redwoods
Jesse H. Jones Military Scholarships Honoring Gen. of the Army, Dwight D. Eisenhower
(11 cop.)
Jesse H. Jones Military Scholarships In Memory of Gen. George S. Patton, Jr
(11 cop.)
Longhorns, Gift of Longhorn Tin Smelters
Battleship U.S.S. Houston
San Jacinto Monument Construction
National Safety Council Award to American Airlines, Inc., April 22, 1941
Laborers Picking Cotton, Memphis, Tenn., 1931
U.S. Navy Blimp Over Houston
Grave of M.T. Jones, 1898
Unidentified Grave
Houston Ship Channel
(2 views)
"A Skin Game", Negroes Playing Poker
"Jay Jay", Racing Horse, September 23, 1944
Sketches of Tunnels in Rock Cliffs of the Hudson, by Hugh Ferriss
(3 views)
Political Rally at Houston Coliseum for Sam Rayburn
(3 views)
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JHJ 3 Dwr 11 Portraits, nos. 1-75
Nathan Adams (1)
Gen. H.H. Arnold (2)
Baby Picture (3)
Adhemar de Barros (4)
Paul Bestor (5)
William A.M. Burden (6)
George Clifford, Portrait Painting (7)
T. Jefferson Coolidge (8)
Leo T. Crowley (9)
Walter J. Cummings (10)
"Dave" (11)
Joseph E. Davies, (12), 1936
Donald D. Davis, (13), May 6, 1948
Bradley Dewey, (14), August 31, 1949
Marriner S. Eccles (15)
Frederick H. Ecker (16)
Dwight D. Eisenhower and Others (2 cop.) (17)
Royal Ferris (2 cop.) (18)
Fred J. Fisher (19)
Dr. Jasper Gibbs (20)
Mrs. Jasper Gibbs (21)
Harvey W. Gilbert (22)
Carter Glass, Portrait Painting (23)
John Goodloe (24)
Henry Grady (25)
J. Leo Haix (25a)
Johnnie Hanes (26)
William H. Hays (27)
Robert H. Hisselclay (?) (28)
George Robert Holmes, Portrait Painting, (29), November 4, 1943
Patrick Hurley (30)
Harold L. Ickes (31)
Audrey Louise Jones (32)
John T. Jones (brother) (33)
John T. Jones, Jr. and Family, Christmas, (34), 1953
Mary Gibbs Jones Holding Certificate of Recognition from Dept. of Army, (34a), August 27, 1956
Mary Gibbs Jones, Portrait Painting, (35), 1954
Mary Gibbs Jones Sitting at Desk, (36), 1954
William Hasque and Anne Holman Jones (2 cop. enlargements) (37)
William Hasque and Anne Holman Jones (4 cop.) (38)
William H. Kingpley, (39), March 19, 1936
W.M. Kiplinger, (40), October 28, 1943
Frank Knox., (41), June 19, 1943
William S. Knudsen (42)
William S. Knudsen (43)
Bob Lovett (43a)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur, (44), 1949
Mr. McGee (45)
Carroll B. Merriam (46)
Ogden L. Mills (47)
Cap. Rieber, (48), May 13, 1953
Harry R. Rittenberg, Portrait Painting (49)
W.S.S. "Star" Rodgers (50)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (51)
F.D.R. and Cabinet Members (52)
Charles M. Schwab, (53), May 18, 1943
Carrol M. Shanks 54)
Hu Shih (55)
Bill Smith (56)
Brig. Gen. C.R. Smith, (57), April 22, 1944
John W. Snyder, (58), July 2, 1948
John W. Snyder, Portrait Painting (59)
Ed Stettinius, (60), January 1945
Henry L. Stinson (61)
Antoine Hays Sugluyu (?) (62), April 22, 1936
Frederic H. Taber, (63), December 3, 1934
Lynn P. Talley (64)
Wayne C. Taylor, (65), October 7, 1940
Unidentified Chinese Man in Uniform (66)
Unidentified Man in Air Force Uniform (67)
Unidentified Man in Army Uniform (68)
Unidentified Young Man (69)
Frank C. Walker (70)
Claude R. Wickard (71)
Edwin A. Wilson (?) (72)
Frank C. Wright, (73), September 1943
Owen D. Young (74)
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JHJ 3 Dwr 12 Works of Art
Etching, New York Harbor, Nat Zowell, 1909
Flags of Destiny, Clarence Switzer and Other Things
Gooch Monument Co., Sketches of Jesse H. Jones' Cemetery Monument
Pen Drawing of Sam Houston Homestead, (1 neg. photostat, 1 orig.) by R.M. Allyn, 1936
Memento of U.N. Conf. on International Organization, Etching by Alec Stern, "San Francisco From Nob Hill", April 25, 1945
Mounted Print of Ship (no. 5 of 60) by Franklin
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2.328 Extra Large Pictures
Jesse H. Jones, Portrait Painting by Seymour Stone, (6a), 1948
Portrait, F.D.R., Signed Photo (49)
Buildings
Color Photo of Aerial View of Downtown Houston (64) Sketch of Skyline of Downtown Business District of Houston by Manuel de la Torre, Dedicated to Jesse H. Jones, (65), 1942
200 Madison Avenue, New York City (66)
Cartoon, "J. Russell Young School of Expression, Statler Hotel," by C.K. Berryman, (82), November 30, 1943
Works of Art, Pastel of Buffaloes by Martin, (85), 1923
Miscellaneous
Organizational Chart of Federal Executive Departments and Agencies, (88), January 1, 1955
Group of 13 Pictures of Jesse H. Jones and Others Fishing at Cape Vincent, (89), Undated
Photostat of National Bank of Commerce Block, Alfred C. Finn, Architect (90)
Black and White Photo of San Jacinto Monument, by Elwood W. Payne (91)
Sketch, Study of Country Home of Mr. M. Tilford Jones, (92), April 28, 1931
Oval Photo of Royal A. Ferris (93)
Lg. Photo of Royal A. Ferris (94)
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3Y300 [SRH1230028730] Motion Picture Films
Dedication of the San Jacinto Battlefield Monument, Jesse H. Jones and Andrew Jackson Houston, 1936
Shoeshine Box, Includes Jesse H. Jones, Fred Heyne, and Oscar Holcombe, 1954
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3T39 [SRH1230021786] Oversize photographs
Jesseo Jones at Democratic National Convention, 1928
Jesse Jones and Franklin Roosevelt at Texas centennial, 1936

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