Humble Museum - Saving the Past for the Future

The Humble Museum Speaker Series is organized in partnership with Lone Star College Center for Local & Oral History (CLOH)

The Speaker Series at the Humble Museum, organized in partnership with the Lone Star College Center for Local & Oral History, endeavors to create a public forum for local history and civic education by bringing to the museum historians, public officials, artists, museum curators, genealogists, and others to speak on a variety of historical and contemporary issues. With this new initiative, the museum aims to establish new links (and to strengthen old ones) between the museum and the community it serves, including local educational institutions, businesses, societies, churches, and government.

Please direct all inquiries to R. Chris Davis: | 281.312.1654

Past presentations:

04/20/2016: “The Town at Dunman’s Prairie: A New Look at Humble’s Origins and Early Years” by Dr. Robert Meaux
Dr. Robert Meaux is a local historian and past president of the Humble Museum. He has spent the past seven years researching all aspects of Humble’s past, with a particular focus on its early development. His research findings have brought new insight into Humble’s earliest years and settlers.
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05/18/2016: “Bordersville: Exploring Local History on the ‘Other Side of the Tracks’” by Emily Humble, with A.W. Jones
Emily Humble is a junior at Kingwood Park High School in Kingwood. She is originally from Kalamazoo, Michigan. In 2015, her research paper on Bordersville, a historically black community just outside Humble city limits, won the University of North Texas’s Mayborn Young Spurs writing competition. Emily continues to research local history in cooperation with the Humble Museum and Humble ISD.

06/22/2016: "Elvis in East Texas: The Origins of the King" by Prof. Steve Davis
Professor Steve Davis is a history professor and one of the founding faculty members at Lone Star College– Kingwood. He earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Houston. Aside from the standard survey courses in U.S. and Texas history, Davis teaches specialized courses in the Beatles and the British Invasion and the History of Rock and Roll. He has won teaching excellence awards both at the University of Houston and at LSC–Kingwood.