The Red Book of Houston

A self-described:
"Compendium of Social, Professional, Religious, Educational and Industrial Interests of Houston's Colored Population,"
published in 1915.
This first edition surveys the state of Black affairs throughout the country. It reflects on the achievements of the local churches, local businesses and education, and showcases notable figures and organizations.
The content provides a well-illustrated record of the lives of this subset of Black Houstonians in the early twentieth century.

References

Sotex Publishing Company, Houston, Tex., Pub. The red book of Houston; a compendium of social, professional, religious, educational and industrial interests of Houston's colored population. [Houston, Tex., Sotex publishing company, 1915] Web.. https://lccn.loc.gov/15023010.