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Ray Miller's Houston

MILLER, Ray

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ISBN 10: 0891230254 / ISBN 13: 9780891230250
Published by Cordovan Press, N.p. [Houston], 1983
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Small 4to. Brown cloth, pictorial dust jacket. xiii, 234pp. Extensive illustrations (some color). Fine/very good. Minor jacket edgewear; nonauthorial gift inscription ("With thanks from / the Houston Advertising Federation") on front flyleaf. Second printing, tight and nice, boldly signed by Miller and dated 1984 on an inner flyleaf. Bookseller Inventory # 14557

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Title: Ray Miller's Houston

Publisher: Cordovan Press, N.p. [Houston]

Publication Date: 1983

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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Ray Miller's Houston, Second Edition telescopes more than 150 years of Houston history into one captivating and readable account, brimming with photographs, told by the journalist who has followed the city's fortunes since 1939.
From Allen's Landing to Intercontinental Airport and San Jacinto Battleground to the Galleria, this book describes the growth and development that took Houston from cotton, cattle, and oil to spacecraft and computers. Ray Miller skillfully weaves the stories of Santa Anna, Sam Houston, William Marsh Rice, Howard Hughes, Dr. Michael DeBakey, Richard Nixon, Nolan Ryan, and dozens of others into a chronological tapestry depicting the history of a fascinating city. The narrative covers the progress of Houston's industry, politics, art, and medicine, set off with more than 200 black-and-white photos of the city's yesterdays and tomorrows.
An all-new section of color photographs crowns this second edition with vibrant images of an exciting and livable city: Ray Miller's Houston.

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