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Series I Writings

 

Miscellaneous Writings

Box 1, Folder 15

Quest For Identity and Power: The Chicano Student Struggle by Carlos Muñoz, Jr. February 11, 1987

Box 1, Folder 16

Racism and Art of the Chicano and Afro-American 1920-1939, 1960-1979 by Catherine Colby June 18,1981

Box 1, Folder 17

Rupert Garcia by Peter Selz undated

Box 1, Folder 18

Top Student Papers and Tests undated

 

Rupert Garcia

Box 1, Folder 1

The Cross That Twisted Art 1979

Box 1, Folder 2

Frida Kahlo with Introduction by Rupert Garcia undated

Box 1, Folder 3-11

Nazism and German Expressionism undated

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 11

Nazism and German Expressionism undated

Box 1, Folder 12

Note Cards On Nazis and German Expressionism undated

Box 1, Folder 13

Raza Murals and Muralists 1973

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 17

Raza Murals and Muralists 1973

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 18

San Francisco's Hidden Murals ca. 1970

Box 1, Folder 14

Wall Art of the Chicano Movement: Posters and Murals form the 1960s to the early 1970s 1983

 

Series II Chicano Art

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 1

Announcement Posters

Box 2, Folder 1-3

Appendices - Cirruculum Packet Chicano Art History and Appreciation

Box 2, Folder 4

The Basis of Culture: The Symbols - Chicano Poster Art

Box 2, Folder 5

Boarderlands Sourcebook - California Street Scene

Box 2, Folder 6

La Chicana

Box 2, Folder 7

Chicana Art Consciousness and Analysis

Box 2, Folder 8

Chicana Voices and Visions

Box 2, Folder 9-10

Chicano Art

Box 2, Folder 11

Chicano Art & Murals

Box 2, Folder 12

Chicano Art - Manuel Hernández, Malaquías, Montoya

Box 2, Folder 13

Chicano Cinema

Box 2, Folder 14

The Chicano Cultural Revolution - Alurista

Box 2, Folder 15

Chicano Experience

Box 2, Folder 16

Chicano Films

Box 2, Folder 17

Chicano Ideology

Box 2, Folder 18

Chicano Latino Murals

Box 2, Folder 19

The Chicano Movement and the Emergence of a Chicano Poetic Consciousness by Tomás Ybarra-Frausto

Box 2, Folder 20

A Chicano Perspective on American Cultural History

Box 2, Folder 21

Chicano Photographers Bios and Enlarger Flyers

Box 2, Folder 22

Chicano Poster Art with info regarding Mechicano Art

Box 2, Folder 23

Chicano Power by Jonathan Kirsch

Box 2, Folder 24

Chicano St. Murals: A Social Perspective by Eve Simpson

Box 2, Folder 25-30

Chicano Wallart, poster, and murals - research materials of Rupert Garcia

Box 2, Folder 31

Chicano Writing and Art

Box 4, Folder 1

Conflict and Resistance: The Chicano in the 20th Century

Box 4, Folder 2-4

Critical Writing on Chicano Culture

Box 4, Folder 5

"Decade of the Chicano" - New West Magazine 1978

Box 4, Folder 6

Defining Chicano Art: An Historical and Cultural Examination of a national movement (1965-1980)

Box 4, Folder 7

Día de los Muertos - Chicano Style

Box 4, Folder 8

The Folk Performance of Chicanos and the Cultural Limits of Political Ideology

Box 4, Folder 9-10

For thesis rewrite for publication, Chicano Murals

Box 4, Folder 11-13

The Hispinazation of the Chicano/Latino Movements

Box 4, Folder 14

The Historic Goals of Chicano Political and Community Organizations

Box 4, Folder 15

A History of Chicano Art - Bario Murals in Chicago - Dále Gas Exhibit

Box 4, Folder 16

Kanellos, Nicolas Folklore in Chicano Theater and Chicano!!!

Box 4, Folder 17

Meeting of Chicano Arts Experts

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 11

Miscellaneous Chicano Materials

Box 4, Folder 18

Notes of Chicano Mural Movement - Mexican Muralism

Box 4, Folder 19

Politics and Chicano Culture: The Case of El Teatro Campesino

Box 4, Folder 20

Punk Rock - An Aspect of Chicano Culture?

Box 4, Folder 21

Re. Posters at Ch. St.

Box 4, Folder 22-24

Readings 1 - Curriculum Packet Chicano Art History And Appreciation

Box 5, Folder 1-4

Readings 2 - Curriculum Packet Chicano Art History And Appreciation

Box 5, Folder 5-7

Readings 3 - Curriculum Packet Chicano Art History And Appreciation

Box 5, Folder 8

Rupert Garcia - Chicano Arts Curriculum July 10-12,1980

Box 5, Folder 9-10

Summary of Actions: Meeting of Chicano Arts Experts

Box 5, Folder 11-13

Syllabus - Cirruculum Packet Chicano Art History and Appreciation

Box 5, Folder 14-28

Symposium on the Hispanic American Atheistic - San Antonio, TX

Box 5, Folder 29

La Virgen de Guadalupe - Its image used by both Mexicans and Chicanos

Box 5, Folder 30

Walls of Barrio Are Brought to Life by Street Gang Art

 

Series III Flyers, Exhibits, and Announcements

Box 6, Folder 1

Announcement Posters ca. 1970-1980s

Legal-size-box 7, Folder 1

Art Exhibition Pamphlet and Articles

Legal-size-box 7, Folder 2

Festival Cine Arte Poster

Box 6, Folder 2-13

Flyers and Invitations

Legal-size-box 7, Folder 3-7

Galería de la Raza papers and events

 

Series IV Publications

 

Magazines 1965-1990

Box 14

Abrazo 1979

Box 14

Access San Jose State University 1988

Box 14

Los Agachados 1974-1976

Box 14

Ambiente: Chicano and Latino Arts and Culture in San Francisco 1990

Box 14

Alternative Media Action 1970

Box 14

Américas ca. 1968-February 1985

Box 14

The Arab World May 1969

Box 14

Archeology January 1980-October 1982

Box 14

Art & Antiques April 1988

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 2

Artes De México 1960

Box 14

Artes Visuales July 1975-June 1981

Box 14

Art in America May 1974

Box 14

ARTnews January 1984-April 1984

Box 14

Artspace 1987-1988

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 2

The Barrio Murals July 21-September 1, 1987

Box 15

Basta Ya! undated

Box 15

BAW/TAF 1984-1988

Box 15

Bibliograpy of Writings on La Mujer December 1976

Box 15

Black Analysis For The Seventies 1971-1972

Box 15

Black Art, Black Culture 1972

Box 15

Black, Brown and Red 1972

Box 15

Black Graphics International ca. 1969-1975

Box 15

The Broken Line, La Linea Quebreda 1986-1987

Box 15

Caminos November 1984

Box 15

The Campaigner Fall 1972

Box 15

Canciones de la Raza: Songs of the Chicano Experience 1978

Box 15

Chicano Bibliography 1970

Box 15

Chicanas in the 80's Unsettled Issues 1982

Box 15

The Chicanos 1973

Box 15

Chicanos: A Selective Guide to Materials in the UCSB Library January 1972

Box 15

Chisme Arte 1978

Box 15

Coastlines, University of California, Santa Barbara 1987

Box 15

Community Murals 1982-1985

Box 15

Community Muralists 1981

Box 16

Community Newsletter 1980

Box 16

Con Safos ca. 1969-1970

Box 16

Contact/II ca. 1984-1985

Box 16

Cuadernos del México Prehispanico undated

Box 16

Cuba in Transition October 1971

Box 16

Cuba Resource Center Newsletter October 1972

Box 16

Dennis the Menace in Mexico 1972

Box 16

Diacritics, A Review of Comtemporary Criticism 1972-1973

Box 16

The Earth Belongs to the People, Ecology and Power 1970

Box 16

Edcentric 1971

Box 16

Enver Hoxia, Report to the 7th Congress of the Albanian Party of Labor 1976

Box 16

Exxon USA 1974

Box 16

Film Festival undated

Box 16

El Grito ca. 1967-1969

Box 16

High Performance 1986

Box 16

Hip Culture 1970

Box 16

Honolulu November 1979

Box 16

Image December 21, 1986

Box 16

Journal 1987

Box 16

The Journal of Ethnic Studies Spring 1973

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 2

L.A. Style February 1987

Box 16

Latin American Frontiers 1980-1981

Box 16

Mankind ca. June 1972-May 1979

Box 17

Manuel Neri 1981

Box 17

Merchants Association 1st Annual Report on 24th Street March 14,1980

Box 17

El Mestizo 1972

Box 17

Mexican American Legal Defence and Educational Fund 1986

Box 17

The Mexican Newsletter August 1972-September 1972

Box 17

Mexico 1968: A study of domination and repression November 1, 1968

Box 17

Miquiztli 1972

Box 17

Mother Jones November 1988

Box 17

Mural Manual 1973

Box 17

The Museum of California March-April 1989

Box 17

NACLA Publications ca. 1971-1975

Box 17

The Nation ca. March 10, 1969-May 1, 1989

Box 17

National Geographic February 1973, May 1978, August 1969

Box 17

Natural History February 1945

Box 17

New Art examiner September 1987

Box 17

New World 1975-1976

Box 17

Nuestro March 1979

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 2

Orozco 1973

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 2

Peligro! Tragedias Del Pueblo undated

Box 17

Probe the unknown October 1973

Box 17

Qué Tal! Sept 20, 1972

Box 17

Radical América March-April 1978

Box 17

Ramparts March 1971

Box 18

La Raza ca. 1971-1973

Box 18

La Raza Studies 1972

Box 18

Regeneración 1970

Box 18

Replica October 1988

Box 18

Revista Chicano-Riqueña 1975

Box 18

Roberto Juarez: Spirit and Prism January 1983

Box 18

Shocks March 1974

Box 18

Sleepy Lagoon Mystery October 1978

Box 18

Spectacle 1984

Box 18

Spirit of the Land 1972

Box 18

Staying Visible 1981

Box 18

Subliminal Warfare 1970

Box 18

Los Supermachos July 18, 1974

Box 18

Tabloid 1980-1982

Box 18

Take One 1971

Box 18

Time, Los Angeles June 13, 1983

Box 18

Time, Special Issue July 11, 1988

Box 18

TRA 1976

Box 18

Traditional Arts of African, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian, North American Indian, Eskimo Peoples and Cultures Fall 1979

Box 19

Tricontinental ca. 1960-1970s

Box 20

Triptych November/December 1990

Box 20

The Tupamaros 1970

Box 20

The UNESCO Courier April 1965

Box 20

U.S. News & World Report August 19, 1985

Box 20

USLA Reporter March-April 1972

Box 20

Venceremos Cantando February 1976

Box 20

Vietnam A Thousand Years of Struggle June, 1972

Box 20

La Voz ca. 1984-1985

Box 20

Vuelta December 1987- January 1988

Box 20

Women: New Voice of La Raza December 1971

Box 20

Young Socialist January 1970

Box 20

Zeta Magazine July/August 1989

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 2

Zoot Suit undated

 

Miscellaneous Publications

Box 20

íAjúa Gringo! undated

Box 20

Alejandro E. Romero June 1978

Box 20

Amistad March 1984

Box 20

El Arte De Los Huicholes 1975-1976

Box 20

The Broken Line May 1, 1986

Box 20

The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour 1984

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 3

Calendario de MARCH 1977, Movimiento Artistico Chicano 1977

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 3

Calendario de La Raza 2000, La Raza Studies Department, College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University 2000

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 3

La Causa, El Calendario Chicano 1972, 1974, 1975

Box 20

Centro 1978-1981

Legal-size-box 35

Centro Taller de Cultura April 1974

Legal-size-box 35

Centro Taller de Migracion April 1974

Box 20

Cenizas undated

Box 20

Chicano Expressions 1986

Box 20

Chicano/Latino Art and Culture in the Pacific Northwest 1982

Box 20

The Chicano Movement 1971

Box 21

Chicano Studies Institutes 1970

Box 21

Chispas undated

Box 21

A Coloring Book of Incas, Aztecs, and Mayas 1971

Box 21

Coloring Book August 1983

Box 21

Comité Hispanoamericano Pro-Lengua y Cultura 1981

Box 21

Consuelo Mendez of Venezuela undated

Legal-size-box 35

Cuaderno Unit 2 April 1974

Box 21

Cultural Studies October 1990

Box 21

Dále Gas August 20-October 16, 1977

Box 21

David Avalos presents Cafe Mestizo June 13-July 28, 1989

Box 21

Desde Mexico undated

Box 21

Espejo Reflections of the Mexican American, Picture Magazine 1978

Box 21

Ethnic Studies 141: Domestic Third World Politics Fall 1980

Box 21

Feria June 15, 1975

Box 21

Fidel at the U.N. undated

Box 21

Gronk 7 September-6 October 1990

Box 21

Hammer and Steel Newsletter August 4, 1973

Box 21

The Hispanic American Aesthetic: Origins, Manifestations, and Significance 1983

Box 21

A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art 1984

Box 21

Images of Faith March 27-May 13, 1987

Box 21

The Indian Situation in Brazil Today May 1973

Box 21

Involvement December 1987

Box 21

Latina Art: Showcase '87 1987

Box 21

MALDEF Annual Repot 1984-1985

Box 21

MALDEF Diez Anos June 30, 1978

Box 21

Mapa and La Raza Unida Party A Program For Chicano Political Action For The 1970's undated

Box 21

The Marvelous/The Real November 18, 1987-January 31, 1988

Box 22

Message to the Afro-American People From the Peoples' Republic of the Congo May 1971

Box 22

Mexican-Americans A Handbook For Educators undated

Box 22

Mexican-Americans and their heritage; a bibliography College of Marin Library undated

Box 22

Milagritos Drawings, Prints and Poetry by Students of Mexican Art Classes Spring Semester 1973 Spring 1973

Box 22

Mural Manual 1973

Box 22

Myth In Art: A Huichol Depicts his Reality 1968-1969

Box 22

The Nation November 20, 1972

Box 22

National Museum of Anthropology a Practical Guide and Photo Album undated

Box 22

New Perspective in Black Art October 5-October 26, 1968

Box 22

La Plástica Colombiana De Este Siglo undated

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 3

Picture Magazine (Los Angeles, CA) 1978

Box 22

Politec undated

Box 22

Politics and Chicano Culture: A Perspective On El Teatro Campesino 1983

Box 22

Popularte April 1978

Box 22

Power Images In African Art January 20-March 15, 1972

Box 22

Primitivist Sources of Modern Art October 4-January 14, 1979

Box 22

Psychology: A Chicano Perspective undated

Box 22

Relationships Between African Tribal Art and Modern Western Art undated

Box 22

Research Center for the Arts Review April 1982

Box 22

Resolution on the Path to Native American Indian Liberation August 23-26, 1979

Box 22

Second Annual Chicano Film Festival undated

Box 22

S.F. State Univ. Native American Studies 1973-1974

Box 22

Los Sembradores 1976

Box 22

Short History of Chicao Workers October-November 1973

Box 22

The Situation of Indian Peoples In Guatemala 1973

Legal-size-box 35

Somos Aztlan undated

Box 22

South America undated

Box 22

A Survey of East Bay Murals of the 1970s 1980

Box 22

The Third Annual El Alma Chicana: Symposium April 30- May 4, 1973

Box 22

Third World Solidarity March 1972

Box 22

Thoughts On La Cultura, The Media, Con Safos and Survival by José Montoya 1979

Box 22

Three Graphic Artists 1971

Oversize-Box 33, Folder 3

TinTan Fall 1977

Box 22

Untitled undated

Box 22

U.S. Military and Police Operations In The Third World undated

 

Newpapers 1967-1989

Scope and Contents note

This series includes the titles of Newspapers included in the collection. The dates range from 1968 - 1980 (please check). In some cases there is only one edition and in others there are multiple editions.
Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

Accolades (San Francisco, CA) October 1987

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

After Dark The San Francisco Bay Guardian April 15, 1987

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

After Dark The San Francisco Bay Guardian February 3, 1988

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

Alive Magazine Literature and Ideology (Guelph, Ontario, Canada) undated

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

Anvil The California Prisoner's Union - Serving the Convicted Class and Friends (Sacramento, CA) August-September 1971

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

Arriba Arts and Entertainment Magazine (Austin, TX) July 1980

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

Arriba Special Issue - Chicana and Latina Artists (Austin,TX) October 1983

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

Artbeat San Francisco's Independent Arts Newspaper undated

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 1

Arté A Bay Area Monthly (Berkeley, CA) undated

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 2

Artweek (Oakland, CA) May 23, 1987

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 3

Basta Ya! (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1971

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 3

Berkeley Barb (Berkeley, CA) September 14-20, 1973

Oversize-Box 13, Folder 1-4

The Black Panther ca. 1969-1972

Oversize-Box 13, Folder 5

The Black Panther - Loose Articles (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1968-1971

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 3

Bulletin weekly organ of the workers league (Berkeley, CA) November 30, 1970

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 4

Calendar Los Angeles Times February 4, 1989

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 4

The Call October 1974

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 4

Chicanismo (Stanford, CA) ca. 1970-1972

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 4

El Chicano Una Ventana Abierta Para La Communidad (Colton, CA) ca. 1973

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 4

La Communidad Suplemento Dominical de LA OPINION (Los Angeles, CA) ca. 1981

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

The Daily Californian Berkeley Book Review (Berkeley, CA) 1972

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Deganawidah Quetzalcoatl University Historic Edition (Davis, CA) April 2, 1971

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Deganawidah Quetzalcoatl University DQU Report (Davis, CA) August 26, 1971

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Earth Times (Berkeley, CA) July 1970

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Es Tiempo! (Los Altos Hills, CA) December 1971

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Estos Tiempos Spring 1986

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Fateh Palestine National Liberation Movement (Beirut, Lebanon) October 20, 1970

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Freedom anarchist pamphlets (London, England) undated

Oversize-Box 8, Folder 5

Friends (London, England) 1970

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 1

El Gallo Ilustrado (Unknown) November 7, 1982

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 2

La Gente (Los Angeles, CA) ca. 1971-1983

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 3

Gidra (Los Angeles, CA) August, 1970

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 3

Glad Rag (Oakland, CA) February 1982

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 4

Glor Na Saoirse Voice of Freedom (San Pablo, CA) ca. 1972

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 5

Golden Gater (San Francisco, CA) September 16, 1971

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 5

The Gorilla (North Hollywood, CA) June 2, 1971

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 5

Gramma: Organo Oficial Del Comité Central Del Partido Comunista De Cuba Año Del XX Aniversario (Havana, Cuba) July 26, 1973

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 6

El Grito (Espanola, NM) ca. 1971-1973

Oversize-Box 9, Folder 7

Guardian Independent Radical Newsweekly (New York, NY) ca. 1970-1972

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 1

Horizontes (San Francisco, CA) October 1987

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 1

Indigenous World (San Francisco, CA) Spring 1982

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 1

In These Times (Chicago, Illinois) May 19-25, 1982

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 1

Inside The Beast A Progressive Third World Voice (San Diego, CA) ca. 1972

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 1

The Irish People (Bronx, NY) July 12, 1972

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 2

Kalayaan International Philippine International Community News Service (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1971-1972

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 3

Land Of Two Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University (Davis, CA) undated

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 3

Latin NY (New York, NY) ca. 1973

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 3

Los Angeles Free Press (Los Angeles, CA) ca. 1970-1971

Oversize-Box 10, Folder 4

L.A. Weekly (Los Angeles, CA) ca. 1988

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 1

Machete (Los Angeles, CA) ca. 1971

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 1

La Malcriada de Santa Clara (Santa Clara, CA) June 8, 1973

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 1

M.E.Ch.A. (Los Angeles, CA) November 1971

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 1

Métier (Berkeley, CA) Fall 1984

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 1

The Militant (New York, NY) September 4, 1970

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 7-9

Miscellanous Articles - Rupert Garcia ca. 1969-1987

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 2

New Dawn (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1971-1972

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 3

The New York Review 1969-1970

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 3

The New York Times Magazine March 13, 1983

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 4

La Nueva Misión (San Francisco, CA) December 1969

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 4

El Obrero Solidaridad (Los Angeles, CA) May 1973

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 4

Off Our Backs A Woman's News Journal (Washington, D.C.) May 27, 1971

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 4

La Onda (Stanford, CA) 1982

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 4

Open Process (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1967

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 4

Oracle (San Francisco, CA) 1968

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 4

The Outlaw Journal of the Prisoners Union (San Francisco, CA) November 2, 1971

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 5

Palante Latin Revolutionary News Service, Young Lords Party (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1970-1972

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 6

People's World (Seattle, Washington) early 1970s

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 6

El Popo (Northridge, CA) undated

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 6

La Prensa Lavoz Latina De La Bahia & Latin American Report (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1969

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 6

Renaissance No. 8 Supplement (San Francisco, CA) undated

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 7

Rodan Northern Californian Asian American Community (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1971

Oversize-Box 11, Folder 8

Rolling Stone (Boulder, Colorado) ca. 1972-1973

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 1

The San Francisco Fault May 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 2

San Francisco Good Times ca. Early 1970s

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 10

San Francisco State Strike Announcements, Flyers, and Broadsides (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1968-1969

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 11

San Francisco State Strike Newspapers (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1968-1969

Discription

Much of the contents of this folder were contained in a folder titled "S.F. State Strike and Rebellion 1968/1969" from Rupert Garcia's time as a student at San Francisco State University. Included in this folder are San Francisco State Newspapers, The Daily Gater, Open Process, and Phoenix from San Francisco State College that covered these events.
Oversize-Box 12, Folder 3

San Jose Community News May 1, 1974

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 3

Seize The Time (Black Panther Affiliation) June 1974

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 3

Sin Fronteras El Periodico De La Raza De Bronce (Texas, California, Colorado, Illinois, New York ) March 1974

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 3

The Sunday Paper (San Francisco, CA) Februry 3-9, 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 3

Synapse (San Francisco, CA) April 28, 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 4

El Tecolote (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1970-1987

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 5

Tonantzin Chicano Arts in San Antonio (San Antonia, TX) ca. 1984

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 6

UCLA Daily Bruin (Los Angeles, CA) January 26, 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 6

Umbra/Blackworks (New York, NY) 1970-1971

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 6

Unidad Latina (New York, NY) undated

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 6

The Village Voice (New York, NY) August 9, 1988

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

Voz Fronteriza (San Diego, CA) February 1983

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

La Voz De La Raza (Stockton, CA) June 7, 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

La Voz Del Pueblo (Hayward, CA) ca. 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

Wei Min Chinese Community News (San Francisco, CA) April-May 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

Womens Liberation (New York, NY) undated

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

World Outlook (New York, NY) September 15, 1972

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

Xhisme Arte Special Woman's Issue (Los Angeles, CA) January 1981

Oversize-Box 12, Folder 7

Zenger's (San Francisco, CA) ca. 1972

 

Time to Geeze

Oversize-Box 34

Chinatown Livestock Series

Oversize-Box 34

Guerro, Y. 1969

Oversize-Box 34

Full Month Wine December 1974

General Physical Description note: 16 X 20.75
creator: Lin, Diana

Description

Ink Drawing of animals in the outdoors.
Oversize-Box 34

Prize Heifer, Miss Chinatown US of A 1974

General Physical Description note: 9.25 X 20"
creator: Loo, J

Description

Three photos of women in a pageant. The first photo is has two women walking down the runway. The second photo has the winner of the pageant. The third photo is an array of photos during the crowning of the winner.
Oversize-Box 34

Ms. Talented (Chinatown Livestock Series) March 17, 1974

General Physical Description note: 9.50 x 19.50"
creator: Loo, J

Description

Three black and white photos. The photo on the left is a picture of the pageant winner. The picture in the middle is of two women one in a bathing suite and the other in a dress. The picture on the right is of a woman swirling cloth.
Oversize-Box 34

Teenage Wasted (Chinatown Livestock Series) February 18, 1974

General Physical Description note: 17.25 x 13.50"
creator: Loo, Jack

Description

Black and white image of young woman receiving her sash at a pageant. The woman is in the center, there is a man to her right and a woman on her left .
Oversize-Box 34

Title Unknown 1969

General Physical Description note: 11 x 14"
creator: Y. Guerrero

Description

Black and white photograph. Focused on three individuals dressed in Native American attire.
Oversize-Box 34

Title Unknown undated

General Physical Description note: 10 x 12"

Description

Two elderly women sitting on the floor with thier eyes shut. The woman on her right has her arms under cloth. The woman on the right is holding two sticks in her right arm.
Oversize-Box 34

Title Unknown undated

General Physical Description note: 9.25 x 18

Description

Black and white photo of women sitting around a dinner table with men in suits standing behind them. At the bottom of the photo it states, "Rich Chinatown businessmen and the 'so-called' Oriental Beauties"
Oversize-Box 34

Third World Poetry Series Announcement Poster

General Physical Description note: 14 x 8.50"

Description

Announcement poster for Third World Poetry Series. In the center of the poster there is a picture of a woman with short blond hair. The woman also has red lipstick and is wearing green and red necklace". At the bottom of the poster the it states, "Wednesday March 20- S.F. State University Gallery Lounge 2-4 P.M. DR. Fernando Alegria- Al Young and Guest Poets" In smaller font, " Sponsored by the Associated Students and Third World Poetry Center."
Oversize-Box 34

Unknown artists. Rich Chinatown businessmen and the "so-called" Oriental Beauties.

 

Assortment of pictures from book Time to Greeze

Oversize-Box 34

Breeze Camille. Untitled. Drawing: felt tip pen. 1974

Oversize-Box 34

Brown, Richard. Jenba Taipa. Silkscreen. 20 x 26". undated

Oversize-Box 34

Cabañero, Laurena. Untitled. Drawing: pen and ink. 1974

Oversize-Box 34

O.V. The Bolo. Drawing: pen and ink. 1974

Oversize-Box 34

Time to Greeze book cover

 

Series V Subject Files

Box 23, Folder 1-3

A. Brenner Chapters undated

Box 23, Folder 4

Alfredo Arreguin ca. 1981-1985

Box 23, Folder 5

Around the Bay - Murals ca. 1980

Box 23, Folder 6

ART 362 Watercolor 1988

Box 23, Folder 7

Art - Painting 1981-1982

Box 23, Folder 8

Art and Architecture in Spanish Dominion of Mexico 1959

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 1

Art Book Prices Mexican and Spanish undated

Box 23, Folder 9

Arte de México Siglo XIX 1967

Box 23, Folder 10-19

Articles - Miscellaneous 1969-1987

Box 23, Folder 20

Artist with a Gun: A Conversation with David Alfaro Siqueiros undated

Box 23, Folder 21

ASCO 1982

Box 23, Folder 22

Born in East L.A. - New York Times Magazine March 27, 1988

Box 23, Folder 23

Califas July 21, 1981

Box 23, Folder 24

California Missions undated

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 2

Chicano Art Newspaper Articles 1987

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 1

Chicano Latino News - Articles 1978-1979

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 3

Chicano-Latino poster and article draft on San Francisco Poster Movement undated

Box 23, Folder 25

Chicano Studies 132 taught by Patricia Zamora undated

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 4

Clippings on Chicano and Chicana Art undated

Box 23, Folder 26

Codex Newsletter 1973

Box 23, Folder 27

Colonial Mexico - Ch.14 Jose Clemente Orozco and Ch.15 Diego Rivera undated

Box 23, Folder 28

Contemporary Mexican Art (1921-1960) ca. 1983

Box 24, Folder 1

Community Newsletter Fall 1980 1980

Box 24, Folder 2

Correspondence ca. 1978-1988

Box 24, Folder 2

Councils and Centers ca. 1978

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 2

Cultural Revolution - Articles

Box 24, Folder 4

Culture As A Weapon - Alurista undated

Box 24, Folder 5-8

Día de los Muertos- Day of the Dead 1980-1985

Box 24, Folder 9

Domingo Ulloa in Community Rurals 1985

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 5

Dr. Alt Article undated

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 6

Drive By Art Project undated

Box 24, Folder 10

Emigdio Vasquez Interview December 1978-January 1979

Box 24, Folder 11

Essays and Papers on Murals undated

Box 24, Folder 12

Ethnic and Culture undated

Box 24, Folder 13

Ethnic and Tourist Art - Cultural Expressions from the Fourth World 1979

Box 24, Folder 14

Ethnic Studies 195 1980

Box 24, Folder 15

Ethnic Folklore and the Folklore of Ethnicity ca. 1977

Box 24, Folder 16

Expresiones Hispanas and Roberto Lucero ca. 1970-1987

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 7

For University of California, Santa Barbara- Orozco, Siquieros, Rivera undated

Box 24, Folder 17

Los Four - Art Exhibit ca. 1973-1974

Box 24, Folder 18

Four Pioneers in Mural Art - Public Speaking in Paint March 1972

Box 24, Folder 19

Frida Kahlo ca. October 1983- February 1986

Box 24, Folder 20-23

Galería de la Raza 1980-1988

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 3

Gangas in Newspapers ca. July 1980

Box 24, Folder 24

The Gangs of Hollywood in American Film magazine February 1979

Box 24, Folder 25

Grant Writing Guidelines ca. 1984-1985

Box 24, Folder 26

Gronk Fall 1976

Box 24, Folder 27

Hecho en Latino America February 1980

Box 24, Folder 28

Heirs Magazine 1975-1976

Box 24, Folder 29

Images of the American Indian Movements 1983

Box 24, Folder 30

In the Spirit of Crazy Horse 1983

Box 24, Folder 31

Intar ca. 1980s

Box 24, Folder 32

Intellectuals at War - Michel Fault and the Analytics of Power 1983

Box 25, Folder 1-5

Jose Guadalupe Posada ca. 1970s

Box 25, Folder 6

Jose Luis Rodriguez ca. 1985

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 8

Jose Montoya Pachuco Art

Box 25, Folder 7

Jose Montoya Thesis Project undated

Box 25, Folder 8

Juan Sanchez Artwork ca. 1980s

Box 25, Folder 9

Latin American Clippings ca. 1972-1973, 1979

Box 25, Folder 10

The Latin Touch - Race and Races ca. 1977-1978

Box 25, Folder 11-12

Lorraine and Eva Garcia de Sacra Portfolio ca. 1980-1983

Box 25, Folder 13

Luis Ortiz Monasterio - Sculptor undated

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 5

Malaquias Montoya - Article June 1972

Box 25, Folder 14

Man: The Theme of Contemporary Mexican Art 1952 & 1968

Box 25, Folder 15-16

Manuel Neri ca. 1973-1982

Box 25, Folder 17

Mechicano Art undated

Box 25, Folder 18

Melissa Zemeño Paper - student ca. 1979-1983

Box 26, Folder 1-34

Mesoamerica

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 9-10

Mesoamerica

Box 27, Folder 1

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (M.A.L.D.E.F.) ca. 1980, 1987-1988

Box 27, Folder 2

Mexico Reference 1972

Box 27, Folder 3-8

Miscellaneous ca. 1968, 1979, 1981-1983, & 1989

Box 27, Folder 9

Missions in Colonial Ame, Mex, Cent. Ame, South Ame, Bordering ca. 1967

Box 27, Folder 10

Montoya Maliquias undated

Box 27, Folder 11-12

Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Artists ca. 1985-1986

Box 27, Folder 13

New Spain 1521-1821 undated

Box 27, Folder 14-16

Newspaper Articles ca. 1942-43, 1974-79, & 1982-1987

Box 27, Folder 17

New Symbols for La Nueva Raza ca. 1969

Box 27, Folder 18

Notes on Cultural Imperialism in Latin America 1973/1980

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 5

Notes on Cultural Imperialism in Latin America ca. 1973 and 1979

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 12

News On Chicano Activities and Exhibitions

Box 27, Folder 19

On Caravaggio/Carlos Almaraz ca. 1985

Box 27, Folder 20

The Origin of the Races undated

Box 27, Folder 21

Origins of the Mexican Prints undated

Box 27, Folder 22

Los Pachucos ca. 1978-1979

Oversize-Box 32, Folder 6

Los Pachucos - Zoot Suit ca.1979

Box 27, Folder 23

Photograph ca. Late 1970s - Early 1980s

Box 27, Folder 24

Photographs by C. Martinez ca. 1972-1974

Box 27, Folder 25

Photography and Afro-American History 1983

Box 27, Folder 26

Placas and Murals by the Romotskyss 1974 ca. 1974

Box 27, Folder 27

El Poche Che July 1969

Box 27, Folder 28

Posters - Advertisements, Art, Political Artifact, Commodity Article and Mia! Entry form ca. 1970, & 1985-1957

Box 28, Folder 1

Potrait of Latin America Article undated

Box 28, Folder 2-5

Printmaking - Mexico undated

Box 28, Folder 6

Ramon Favela Letter ca. 1986

Box 28, Folder 7-10

Rasca Tripas ca. 1970-1971

Box 28, Folder 11

La Raza ca.1973-1974, and 1983

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 15

La Raza and Films by Camplis ca. 1973-1975,& 1983

Box 28, Folder 12-13

Raza Art, Articles, Reviews ca. 1972-1974

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 16

Raza Art, Articles, Reviews ca. 1972-1974

Box 28, Folder 14

La Raza Workshop - "Art and the Chicano Artist" undated

Box 28, Folder 15

Report of the Task Force on Hispanic American Art August 1979

Box 28, Folder 16

Reps for Revolution - Symbols for Nueva Raza ca. 1978

Box 28, Folder 17-18

Reprints on Ethiopia ca. 1976-1978

Box 28, Folder 19

Research Center for the Arts undated

Box 28, Folder 20

The Revolution We Are In 1974

Box 28, Folder 21

Roberto Rubedo Articles ca. 1980

Box 28, Folder 22

Sabes que... 1984

Box 28, Folder 23

San Diego 1970 1970

Box 28, Folder 24

San Diego Museum of Art ca. 1987-1988

Box 29, Folder 1-5

San Francisco State Strike ca. 1968-1969

Box 29, Folder 6

Strike 1969 1969

Box 29, Folder 7-9

Santos and Santeros ca. 1970s

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 19

Santos and Santeros ca. 1970s

Box 29, Folder 10-13

Shifra M. Goldman ca. 1980-1981

Box 29, Folder 14

Siquieros' Death Newspaper Articles January 7, 1974

Box 29, Folder 15

Sociology undated

Box 29, Folder 16

Syllabus of Comtempory Arts ca. 1986-1987

Box 29, Folder 17

Syllabus - Mexican American Art of the 20th Century by Ramon Favela undated

Box 29, Folder 18

Symposium on the American Aesthetic San Antonio, TX ca. 1979

Legal-size-box 3, Folder 20-21

Tatoo Art

Box 29, Folder 19

The Syndicate of Painters and Sculptors - David Alfaro Siquieros undated

Box 29, Folder 20

Third World Communication and Political Prisoner Activities ca. 1972-1973

Box 29, Folder 21

Tomas Almaguer- Class, Race, and Chicano Opression undated

Box 29, Folder 22

Tomas Ybarra-Frausto Article I can still hear the applause December 1, 1983

Legal-size-box 3 , Folder 22

Top student papers and tests

Box 29, Folder 23

Towards the Development of a Raza Cinema by Francisco Camplis undated

Box 29, Folder 24

Truly Popular Art - Placas and Murals undated

Box 29, Folder 25

La Vida Loca by Tracy Johnston January 29, 1979

Box 29, Folder 26

Various Newspaper Articles ca. 1985-1988

Box 29, Folder 27

Various Articles on Chicano Art ca. 1979, 1982-1983

Box 29, Folder 28

Women Artists ca 1975-1980 & 1984

Box 29, Folder 29

Women in the Community Mural Movement January 1977

Box 29, Folder 30

Yoland M. Lopez undated

Box 29, Folder 31

Zapata ca. 1975-1976

Box 29, Folder 32

Zoot Suit Play 1969/1979

 

Series VI Teaching Materials

Box 30, Folder 1-26

Chicano Studies

Box 31, Folder 1-25

Chicano Studies (Continued)

 

Series VII Posters 1967-1983

Location note: These posters are stored at Del Norte, Special Collections, UCSB Library.
 

Is This Any Way to Relate to Youth undated

Dimensions note: image 16.25 x 13.75 in., paper 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Last Name Unknown], Sal

Description

Silkscreen poster on thin, discolored (probably non-acid-free) paper depicts a police officer wielding a baton in the face of an angry youth. Text reads, "Is This Any Way To Relate To Youth Call RAP." The ink is black and the upper right corner is ripped off. A marking in permanent marker on the back reads "RA" and has bled through to be visible from the front. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_186.tif
 

May Day Festival, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 25 x 18.75 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: AAIA

Description

Announcement silkscreen poster for "Neighborhood Arts Program Presents May Day Festival". The poster has an image of four light red flowers of different heights. They have the sun rising behind them and there is text above and below them. The text above the flowers is the title and the one below it reads, "Dance/Poetry/Puppets/Films/Strolling Minstrels/Art Exhibits/Rock Bands/All Day/Civic Center Plaza/ Sat. May 1st./Free!! Design and Printed by AAIA". The silkscreen has a border around it with a flower on each of the four corners. The colors used are red, navy blue, and yellow. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_509.tif
 

Sirviendo al Pueblo y a la Raza 1973

Dimensions note: image 22 x 16 in., paper 23 x 17 in.
creator: Adori, Eduardo

Description

Colorful image of an indigenous god who is holding a long spear with one hand, which he is using to destroy a needle-looking object that he is holding with his other hand. There is a box on his chest and inside are three people. Two women are on each side of another god who is holding a naked woman in his arms. The two women that are beside the god have their heads on their knees and look very sad. The god's face is anguished. Text inside a red border reads, "Sirviendo Al Pueblo Y A La Raza. Centro de Cambio. Unidos Contra La Aguja. United Against The Needle. 24th and Harrison, S.F. 285-8868" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_001.tif
 

New Chile Festival, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 27.50 in., paper 22.50 x 28.50 in.
creator: Aguilera, R.

Description

Silkscreen poster on white paper with red ink. On the top of the poster there is text that reads, "New Chile Festival". Underneath the text is the image of faces and of a woman who looks like she is running and whose hair is flowing. The woman is wearing a dress and extending her arms out. On the bottom center of the poster there is text that reads, "April 28-29 12- to 10 S.F. Community Theater-U.C. Ext. - SJ Laguna St. Films - Theater - Workshops - Music Poetry - Empanadas - Graphics and Wine. Spon. by Nich (Non Intervention in Chile) and Neighborhood Art Prog." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_002.tif
 

Dialogo de las Americas 1982

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 11.50 in., paper 21.25 x 12.50 in.
creator: Almeida, Luis

Description

There is an image on the top center of four squares that have colored triangles onone side of each square, the background is dark blue. At bottom, text reads: "Diálogo de las Américas. Encuentro de intelectuales por la soberania de los pueblos. Renocntre D'Intellectuels pour la souverainete despeuples. Encontro de intelectuais pela soberania dos povos". Number of Prints: 8

Digital image file name

CEMA118_004.tif
 

Dialogo de las Americas 1982

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 11.50 in., paper 21.25 x 12.50 in.
creator: Almeida, Luis

Description

There is an image on the top center of four squares that have colored triangles onone side of each square, the background is dark blue. At bottom, text reads: "Diálogo de las Américas. Encuentro de intelectuales por la soberania de los pueblos. Renocntre D'Intellectuels pour la souverainete despeuples. Encontro de intelectuais pela soberania dos povos". Number of Prints: 8

Digital image file name

CEMA118_003.tif
 

(title unknown) 1959

Dimensions note: image 16.25 x 13 in., paper 22.50 x 17 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

The image depicts a man holding an oil derrick and corn husks in his hand looking towards the right of the image. In the upper option of the poster is text that reads, "Roisinia Espana Guatemala". On the right portion of the poster is an upstretched hand and the image of an army tank and the Swastika, a symbol of Nazi Germany. Black ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_382.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 22.25 x 17.25 in., paper 22.75 x 17.75 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

Lithograph made from a painting of Mexican Revolutionary leader Emiliano Zapata. Lithograph is circa 1970s. Green solar rays in background stemming from Zapata. Primary colors are brown and green with a sky background. Signature of the original painter is in bottom right hand-- reads "Alvarez Amaya '48". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_006.tif
 

Beethoven undated

Dimensions note: image 23.75 x 16 in., paper 25 1/8 x 17.75 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

Image of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven. The image is of his facelooking outwards at the viewer. Lines stem from various points on his face. Title and artist are printed at thebottom of the image. Black ink on white background. Part of a series of reproductions printed by the Tallerde Gráfica Popular, Mexico City. Number of Prints: 1, Taller de Grafica Popular

Digital image file name

CEMA118_391.tif
 

Bertrand Russell undated

Dimensions note: image 23.75 x 15.75 in., paper 25 1/8 x 17.75 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

Image of British philosopher Bertrand Russell. The image depicts the upper portion of his body with him looking outwards at the viewer. The background is of small lines that extend the length of the image. Title, artist, and signature listed beneath the image. Black ink on white background.Part of a series of reproductions printed by the Taller de Gráfica Popular, Mexico City. Number of Prints: 1, Taller de Grafica Popular

Digital image file name

CEMA118_388.tif
 

Che Guevara 1968

Dimensions note: image 22 x 16.75 in., paper 25.25 x 17.75 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

Image of the famous depiction of Ernesto "Che" Guevara wearing a beret.Background is made of lines that appear to be scribbled over a black background. Title and artist printed below the image. Black ink on white background. Part of a series of reproductions printed by the Taller de Gráfica Popular, Mexico City. Number of Prints: 1, Taller de Grafica Popular

Digital image file name

CEMA118_386.tif
 

Cosmonauta undated

Dimensions note: image 23.75 x 16 in., paper 25 1/8 x 18 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

Image looking up at the stars. In the bottom right corner is a masked figurelooking straight (which appears to be downward) at the viewer. In the background is the nighttime sky with stars and galaxies everywhere. Title and artist are printed beneath the image. Black ink on white background.Part of a series of reproductions printed by the Taller de Gráfica Popular, Mexico City. Number of Prints: 1, Taller de Grafica Popular

Digital image file name

CEMA118_394.tif
 

Gral. Lazaro Cardenas undated

Dimensions note: image 23.50 x 16.50"; in., paper 25 1/8 x 17.75 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

Image of Mexican president Lázaro Cárdenas. The image is of the upper portion of his body with him looking towards the left. Cárdenas is depicted in the fashion of Leopoldo Mendez. The background is small lines that seem as if they were drawn on. Title and artist printed beneath the image. Black ink on white background. Value enhanced by subject matter. Part of a series of reproductions printed by the Taller de Gráfica Popular, Mexico City. Number of Prints: 1, Taller de Grafica Popular

Digital image file name

CEMA118_392.tif
 

Raising España undated

Dimensions note: image 23.25 x 17.50 in., paper 32.50 x 24.75 in.
creator: Alvarez Amaya, Jesus

Description

Image of a man in military attire looking at the viewer from the center of the poster. The man is not Maximilian. Written in pencil beneath image in the right hand corner is, "(Amaya)". Black ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_379.tif
 

(title unknown) 1972

Dimensions note: image 26 x 19.75 in., paper 26 x 19.75 in.
creator: Amaya

Description

Image of a young girl surrounded in orange at center of poster. The image is similar to the famous photo of Phan Thi Kim Phúc running down a road near Trang Bang after a Vietnam War napalm attack. The poem "La Nina De Rang Bang" by Octavio Novaro is printed on both sides of the girl. Printed by the Taller de Grafica Popular AC, Mexico City. Number of Prints: 1, Taller de Grafica Popular

Digital image file name

CEMA118_005.tif
 

The South Revisited 1980

Dimensions note: image 20 1/8 x 14.25 in., paper 20 1/8 x 14.25 in.
creator: Arndt, Eric

Description

Announcement offset poster for "The South Revisited. An Exhibit of Photography by Hilton Braitwaite, Angela Davis, Carlos Zialcita. October 24-November 7, 1980. Student Union Art Gallery San Francisco State University. 1650 Holloway Avenue. For Hours and More Information call 469-2580 November 14-December 12. Western Addition Cultural Center 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco Gallery Reception-November 14 For Hours and Information call 921-7976" There is a black and white photograph on the top half of the offset that portrays various children playing Double Dutch. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_007.tif
 

(title unknown) 1971

Dimensions note: image 15.50 x 24.50 in., paper 20.25 x 26 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Anti-Imperialist poster for Brazil in 1971. On the right side of the poster is a hand that emerges from the bottom of the poster that is composed of the flags of the United States, France, England, and Switzerland. From the hand is a marionette puppet that is struggling in the wires. Text at the bottom of the poster reads, "Brasil 71" in white ink. Blue background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_576.tif
 

(title unknown) 1971

Dimensions note: image 32.50 x 23 in., paper 32.50 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

In the upper portion of the poster is an image of an up-stretched arm holding a red flag clenched between the fingers. The hand is in between different skyscrapers that read "monopoly", "bank", and "trust". Text beneath the image in Russian reads, "Comrades in cold prison cells/ You're with us, you're with us/ Even if you're not with us in person at the protest march." Grey text on a white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_591.tif
 

(title unknown) 1972

Dimensions note: image 16.50 x 15 in., paper 20 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of the Aztec god of rain, "Tlaloc", on a gold background. The symbol for the United Farmworkers is in the design at the center of the bottom third of the image. Written on back of poster in pencil is "1972. Palo Alto, Calif." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_584.tif
 

(title unknown) 1973

Dimensions note: image 14 x 22.25 in., paper 14.50 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of Lolita Lebron is depicted looking at the viewer. There are palm trees behind her and a sun and rays of sun in the colors of the Puerto Rican Flag which reflects itself in a puddle of water on a green floor, just like the color of her shirt. There is text that reads, "Before God and the World, My Blood Claims for the Independence of Puerto Rico...Lolita Lebron March 1, 1954." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_530.tif
 

(title unknown) 1973

Dimensions note: image 28.75 x 22 in., paper 36 x 24 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Black and white photograph of Pancho Villa, the Mexican revolutionary, on a horse; "1973. Oakland" signed on back in pencil. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_673.tif
 

(title unknown) 1976

Dimensions note: image 18 3/8 x 18.25 in., paper 32.50 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of the Aztec calendar in pink and brown ink at the top center of the poster. Beneath the Aztec calendar is text that reads, "La Raza Silkscreen. 1976 Center 1976". Beneath the text is a calendar for the 1976 year. Blue and brown text on tan background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_589.tif
 

(title unknown) 1976

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 15.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of Inez Garcia with a light green background. In upper half of poster is a quote from Garcia that begins with "Si tu matas al hombre/If you kill the man..." and continues in both Spanish and English. There is a poem along the bottom left side of the poster by Marge Piercy. On back of poster is a letter from Garcia (in both Spanish and English) along with a border of photographs and paintings of other events and women related to sexual assault cases. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_681.tif
 

(title unknown) 1977

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 13.25 in., paper 22.50 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for the International Women's Day Celebration in 1977. At the top section of the poster is the event title in black ink. In the center of the poster is an image of three different women- a Black woman on the right, a woman of unknown race in the middle, and another woman of unknown race on the left. The woman in the center of the poster is holding a child in her arms. Text in the corner of the middle woman reads, "Combat racism and struggle for Third World Unity." Event information is at the bottom of the poster in black ink. Red background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_588.tif
 

(title unknown) 1983

Dimensions note: image 23 x 15 3/8 in., paper 23 x 15 3/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Advertisement for event at Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco. Purple background. Photograph of Virgen de Guadalupe wood sculpture. Text at bottom reads, "Santos de New Mexico" with event information. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_680.tif
 

(title unknown) ca. 1973

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 13.75 in., paper 22 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of famous Mexican president Benito Juarez looking off to the left hand side of the photo silkscreen. He is wearing a suit with a bow tie. His face is very serious. The image is dark and has different shades of black, white and some purple. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_526.tif
 

(title unknown) ca. 1971-1972

Dimensions note: image 23.50 x 16.50 in., paper 23.50 x 16.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Film poster for "Que Hacer/What Is To Be Done/Que Faire". The background of the poster is a woman's face in a blue tint. She is wearing sunglasses that have a red tint and reflect a rally that she is looking at. Film title is at the top of the poster in black ink. More film information is at the bottom left corner of the poster in black ink. Written on the back of the poster in pencil is "Switzerland 1971-2?" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_592.tif
 

(title unknown) ca. 1974

Dimensions note: image 16 x 20.75 in., paper 17 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

At the right of the poster is a sketch of two men with their fists clenched upwards in protest. Text on the upper left corner of the poster reads "Support!! The Attica Brothers" in reference to the 1971 Attica Prison rebellion. Image is a reproduction of a charcoal drawing. Red border around the image. Black and red ink on white background. Written on the back of the poster in pencil, "1974? Bought in S.F." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_593.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 18 x 12 in., paper 18 x 12 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Ink and watercolor painting on Arches paper depicts a man leaning on a wall smoking a cigarette. He has a long mustache and long hair and wears a black bandanna, a white t-shirt and blue jeans. Other colors used in background are blue and purple. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_542.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 12 x 21 in., paper 17 x 23.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Depiction of a man holding part of an enlongated structure in his right hand. The man is on the right side of the image with the structure on the left. Text above the image reads, "Nicaragua" with text beneath the image reading, "Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional". Text in the image between the man and the structure reads, "Patria libre morir." Black ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_381.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 19.50 x 12 in., paper 22 x 17.50 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías

Description

Lithographic print based on a charcoal drawing depicts the face and shoulders of a man with a goatee with a raised index finger. A shadowy figure wearing the hat, mustache, and bullet belt associated with revolutionaries stands behind him. Printed on rough-edged white paper. There are several discolored spots that are more highly visible on the back than in the front. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_568.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 29.75 x 22 in., paper 30 x 22.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Lithographic print depicts a statue of Chac Mool with spikes on his altar/belly. The statue rests on the front portion of a classical structure supported by columns. A horned skull with a forked tongue hovers above the offering of spikes. There is a triangle containing an eye on the roof of the structure; it appears between the horns of the skull. Winged skulls in the upper corners of the print are connected to the points of the horns through thin white lines. Above the triangle containing the eye is another eye, this one winged and bearing a cross on its upper side. A row of skulls appears beneath the statue. The background is black and parts of the print are in brown. Printed on rough-edged white paper. There is a large (approximately three-inch) tear in the lower right corner; it has been repaired with tape and may need conservation treatment. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_549.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 30.50 x 21.50 in., paper 32 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

28 medium sized rectangles with images inside of them are depicted. Each image has what appears to be Arabic text below it. This poster arrangement resembles the Mexican Loteria. On the bottom center of the poster there is more Arabic writing and two flowers on each side of it. Poster is composed of various light colors. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_533.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 17.50 x 26 in., paper 22 x 30 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A yellow and black image depicts a train passing by next to a man who is hurt and is being taken care of by a woman. In front of them there is a small teepee made of rifles and a riveted belt hanging from it. There are big mountains on the side of the train and people walking beside it. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_551.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 11.50 x 12 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A black and white image of a country side. There are trees, huge mountains, and a big lake. The image is enclosed in a circular shape. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_535.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 29 x 23 in., paper 29 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of two soldiers carrying machetes and missiles. They are wearing military soldier attire and looking to the left of the image. Text in the upper right hand corner reads, "Como En Vietnam. Mes de la Ofensiva del Tet." Black background. On the bottom, text reads: “Comision de Orientacion Revolucionaria C.C.” This commission belongs to the Comité Central of the Cuban Communist Party. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_397.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 25 x 19 in., paper 26.25 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A depiction of an elderly person. The person's skin is brown with yellow shadowing. They are wearing a blue shall with some brown stripes. There is a yellow structure behind them. Could be by V. Vasquez, as it is in a similar color scheme and style as the majority of their other works. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_538.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 27.25 x 21.50 in., paper 28.50 x 22.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of a man dressed in indigenous attire. He has his face looking down while his cape covers the rest of his body. He has his arm over a wooden frame and within the frame there is another image of an eagle with a snake in between his claws and a nopal right underneath them. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_541.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 22 x 17 in., paper 23 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of a bright orange eagle is depicted holding a flag, a banner, and a rifle. The flag reads, "La Raza" while the banner has text that reads, "Unidos Venceremos". In the middle of the eagle's chest there is text that reads, "Chicano" and a clenched fist. The whole image and text is in bright orange on a white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_540.tif
 

MALCOLM X born: May 19, 1925/HO CHI MINH born: May 19, 1890 1976

Dimensions note: image 16.50 x 20.50 in., paper 17.50 x 22.50 in.
creator: Biggs, Gerry

Description

There are two images beside each other. One is an image of Malcolm X looking towards the right side of the poster. The other image is Ho Chi Minh looking towards the left side of the silkscreen poster. They are both depicted on a red background with a blue border. Below each image there is text that reads, "Malcolm X Born: May 19, 1925. Ho Chi Minh Born: May 19, 1980." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_550.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 24 x 19.50 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of famed Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata at upper right hand portion of poster. Zapata is holding a gun with his hands and is wearing a sombrero. His shirt is blue and his sombrero is brown and blue. Text runs down the left border of Zapata and along the bottom of the poster underneath his depiction. The text reads "Viva Zapata!" The text is in red ink. Yellow background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_585.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 21.25 x 13 3/8 in., paper 22 x 14 7/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Poster promoting the United Farm Workers in the Gallo winery protest. Text at the top of the poster reads, "Side with the farm worker. Leave Gallo for the RATS!" In between "farm" and "worker" is the logo of the UFW (United Farm Workers), the stylized Aztec eagle. Beneath the text is the image of a rat crouched behind a green bottle of Gallo wine. The text on the wine bottle reads, "Gallo. Modesto, Calif." The rat is grey against a red background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_579.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 28 x 20 in., paper 30 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Poster associated with the Gallo UFW (United Farm Workers) boycott. Text at the top portion of the poster reads, "Don't buy grapes or Gallo wine." Text is in white ink. At the end of the text is the UFW logo, the Aztec eagle. At the bottom of the poster in the left corner is a depiction of two people, a woman wearing a hair covering and a man wearing a hat and a shirt. Text at the right of the people is text that reads, "The farmworkers need you now." Text is in black ink. Red background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_577.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 37 x 27.75 in., paper 37 x 27.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Background is an outline of North and South America in tannish orange ink against a light blue background. On top of North America is a graphic design with text popping out that reads, "Contra La Violencia Reaccionaria" on a light green background with red edges. Over South America is the image of a hand holding a rifle in the air and shooting out rounds that fall throughout the image. On the left side of the poster is red text that reads, "La Violencia Revolucionaria". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_590.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 9 x 9.50 in., paper 22 x 28 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Poster about Shirley Chisholm's run for U.S. presidency. She was the first Black presidential candidate from either party. Text at the top of the poster reads, "Outrageous!" Beneath the text is a picture of Chisholm's profile with her holding her right hand up. Beneath the photograph text reads, "Shirley Chisholm for President." Blue ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_599.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 16 in., paper 23 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of an Asian man at the center of the poster. He is wearing glasses and looking outwards. Chinese calligraphy that surrounds his head reads, "Just take action. Do not make fake promise." Black ink on yellow background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_600.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 10.50 x 5.25 in., paper 13.50 x 18.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of an Asian man who is gathering water with a pale. He has a stick that runs horizontally along his shoulders and a pale is hanging from one of the sides is a in which appears that he has already collected water. His attire is that of Asian culture and he has his hair up in a bun. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_539.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 13.75 x 18 in., paper 17.25 x 22.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Depiction of a man's face that resembles Russian leader Joseph Stalin on the left side of the image. To the right of the face are two workers who are bent over a work station. They are wearing construction hats and are facing away from the viewer. Black ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_378.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 17 5/8 x 16.50 in., paper 26 1/8 x 20 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Face of a woman with red lips. Penciled cross-out over image. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_543.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 21 1/8 x 15.25 in., paper 23 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Pink background with the image of a pig with pursed lips, dressed in black. Text at bottom of image reads, "Free All Political Prisoners." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_525.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 24.25 x 18.50 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of the UFW (United Farm Workers) logo of a stylized Aztec eagle over a sun that emits red rays. Logo is at the center of the poster with text below the sun's rays that reads, "Viva La Huelga!" Yellow background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_580.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 20 x 14 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of a man with a gun pointed towards the viewer. He is wearing a hat, his skin is brown while his clothes are light blue. The background of the poster is black. Text underneath the image of the man (at the center of the poster) reads, "Basta Ya," Spanish for "Enough is enough". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_581.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 16.50 x 25 in., paper 20 x 26 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of two men. On the left hand side of the image is a man who is a Native American. He is looking at the right hand side of the image, which is that of a Conquistador that is looking downward. The image of the Native American is in brown ink on a yellow background. The image of the Conquistador is in yellow ink over a brown background. Text at the top of the image reads, "Northern New Mexico" with "Northern" on the left side over the Native American and "New Mexico" on the right side over the Conquistador. The background of the poster is yellow. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_582.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 19.75 x 12 5/8 in., paper 20 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of various Gallo wines from the Modesto area of California in the center of the poster. Cornocopias surround the wines with blood draining from them. Text in the upper portion of the poster reads, "Drink Gallo Wine" and text at the bottom of the poster reads, "Drink the Blood of the Farmworkers." The border of the bottom of poster reads "Boycott Grapes. Boycott Lettuce. Boycott Gallo. Boycott Safeway." The border of the top of the poster are vines of grapes. Poster background is white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_578.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 4 x 14.75 in., paper
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Bumper sticker that is affiliated with the UFW (United Farm Workers). Text on top half of bumper sticker reads, "Justice for Farmworkers" in neon yellow text against a black background. Text on bottom half of bumper sticker reads, "No on 22" in black text against a neon yellow background. At the bottom half of the bumper sticker is the traditional logo for the UFW, the Aztec eagle. No. of Prints: 2 Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_602.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 8.50 x 7 in., paper 19 x 13.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

In the upper portion of the poster is a photograph of Chilean political figure Bautista Van Schowen. Above the photograph is text that reads, "Hay Que Salvarle La Vida." Beneath the photograph of Van Schowen is a poem in Spanish. Beneath the poem is the title of the organization Comite Nacional de Solidaridad y Apoyo a Chile. White ink on a black background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_587.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 15.50 x 9.50 in., paper 17 x 11 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for a demonstration to Stop the Chilean Junta's Ship as it arrives to Oakland Naval Yard. At the top of the poster there is a ship with four masts, it reads "This ship has blood on it"; Event information provided at the bottom half of poster; red ink on light yellow background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_586.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 34 x 23 in., paper 34 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of a woman walking away from the viewer with a rifle on her back and wearing a traditional Vietnamese conical hat on her head. The woman is on the right-hand side of the poster with a poem by Ho Chi Minh on the left side of the poster. Text at the bottom of the poster reads, "American Documentary Films" with contact information below it. Black ink on orange background. Duplicate image on the other side of the poster. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_594.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 17 x 9 in., paper 21.50 x 16 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

In the left portion of the poster is a photograph of a male Palestinian soldier carrying a rifle in his hands. He is looking to the right of the poster and is wearing a shawl that covers his face except for his eyes. To the right of the photograph is a poem that begins, "My path/ My blood". At the bottom of the poster is text that reads, "Fateh, 1965-1970" against a "5" in the background. Black ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_595.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 3.75 x 15 in., paper 3.75 x 15 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Bumper sticker that reads "No on 22" against a neon orange background. Black text. To the left of the text is the stylized UFWAztec Eagle, a symbol of protest and revolt for the United Farm Workers. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_601.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 13 x 18 in., paper 18 x 19 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Advertisement for Barrio Mobile Art Studio. Image in the upper half of the poster is designed by 4th-6th graders under the direction of Chicana artist Linda Vallejo. The image is of various icons-- a tomato, a sun, a skull, etc-- set against a purple background. Primary colors used in the image are orange and red. Gallery information is in the lower left corner in white ink. Black background. Written on the back of the poster in pen is, "4-5-6th graders de Boyle Heights. E. L.A. Linda Vallejo dir." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_596.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 14.75 x 13.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Poster promoting the 12 year struggle of the FMLN (Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front) of El Salvador. At the center of the poster is a square composed of different black and white photographs associated with the Front. Text at above the photographs reads, "Long live the twelve years of political-military struggle of the Salvadorean people!" in both English and Spanish. Beneath the images is the FMLN logo as well as text in both English and Spanish. Red and black ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_598.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 20 x 14 in., paper 20 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A black and white silkscreen image of a monstrous looking Richard Nixon. He has one eye, one eyebrow, jagged teeth and a big nose. He is holding small doll-sized people with one arm and with the other he is hugging a sized doll person holding the U.S.A. flag. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_534.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 15.50 x 11 in., paper 26 x 19 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for the unveiling of the 1974 mural “Homage to Siqueiros” painted by Jesus Campusano, Luis Cortazar, and Michael Rios, commissioned for the Bank of America on Mission and 23rd in San Francisco. In the center of the poster is a photograph of two of the muralists working on the mural. Above and below the photograph is event information in white ink. Black background. Number of Prints: 2

Digital image file name

CEMA118_575.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 21 5/8 x 13.50 in., paper 21 5/8 x 13.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of a person carrying a flag with part of the United Farm Workers logo showing on a red background. The background of the poster's image is black. "Viva La Huelga!" is inscribed at the upper left corner of the image. On the back of the poster is written "Gringa". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_583.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 12 x 25.25 in., paper 19.75 x 27.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Black and white silkscreen poster of three men. One was arrested by the other two men who are police officers. One of the officers has his hand over the mouth of the man who was just arrested, while the other is holding on to his arm and carrying a baton. There are two other men in the background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_536.tif
 

10th Annual U.C. Berkeley Jazz Festival, Announcement Poster for 1976

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 16.75 in., paper 23.25 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Black and white silkscreen poster that reads"10th Annual U.C. Berkeley Jazz Festival" in the lower center. On the top center is an image of a band. There are four men that are playing instruments and a woman who is looking straight out towards the viewer. The woman is playing the piano. Underneath that image is informational text about the event. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_008.tif
 

1er Simposium Sobre las Causas y los Efectos de la Migración en México y los Estados Unidos, Announcement Poster for 1980

Dimensions note: image 18.50 x 27.25 in., paper 18.50 x 27.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

This poster is a call for submissions for the 1st Symposium on the Causes and Effects of Migration in Mexico and the United States, taking place in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. The silkscreen depicts a man who looks like he is holding on to bars. There is a translucent United States flag over the whole silkscreen. On the very top is text which reads, "Convocatoria 1er Simpsosium Sobre las causas y los afectos de la migracion en Mexica y los Estados Unidos." On the right hand side of the poster is more information on the themes and goals of the symposium. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_313.tif
 

1st Thailand Open Art Exhibition 1979, Announcement Poster for 1979

Dimensions note: image 21 x 20.50 in., paper 31 x 21.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement silkscreen poster for "1st Thailand Open Art Exhibition 1979. Latests Works From All Religions. At...Silpakorn U.-Nov 16-30, Bangkok School of Arts and Crafts (Porchang) - Nov 21-Dec 5. Goethe Institute - Nov 23 - Dec 7. A.U.A. - Nov 27 - Dec 11. Student Christian Center - Nov 29 - Dec 15. Siam Society - Dec 1-15. Thammasat U., A.T. Building (For Creative Films)". The image in the middle is an orange abstract design on a blue background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_011.tif
 

2nd World, Black, and African Festival of Arts and Culture, Announcement Poster For 1977

Dimensions note: image 13.25 x 8 3/8 in., paper 20 x 15 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for 2nd World, Black, and African Festival of Arts and Culture. At the center of the poster is a black and white photograph of a traditional tribal African face mask. The photograph is in a vertical oval surrounded by event text on a gold background. At the top portion of the poster reads, "Festac '77" in gold and white ink. Beneath image is event information in white text on a red background. The photograph itself is over a black background followed by a border over a gold background. Number of Prints: 2

Digital image file name

CEMA118_407.tif
 

3rd World Communications Benefit undated

Dimensions note: image 18.25 x 11.25 in., paper 19.50 x 16 5/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement silkscreen poster for the "3rd World Communications Benefit". There is a circle and inside the circle is a yellow blurry image of people gathered together; the people are mostly silhouettes. On the bottom and around the image is text that reads, "dance, poetry, films, music St Peter's Hall 24th and alabama April 28, 8pm-12pm Musica Graza and El Dorado New 3rd World Poets Slanted Eye Light Show Solidarity with Okinawan Liberation donation $0.50". The colors used are red, yellow, and white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_013.tif
 

7th Annual Berkeley Jazz Festival, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 14.50 in., paper 22.50 x 14.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

7th Annual Berkeley Jazz Festival, Silkscreen poster. There is a man that is standing sideways and he is looking down. In front of him is text that lists the schedule and information of the event. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_014.tif
 

A Benefit For NAPA, Announcement Poster for 1975

Dimensions note: image 20 x 15 in., paper 22.75 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset poster on white paper. Black ink. Text reads, "Hurry Tomorrow A Benefit For NAPA Network Against Psychiatric Assault Tuesday, Sept. 30, 7:30 and 9:30pm Also: Malvina Reynolds-Music Max Schwartz-Poetry Beggar's Theater NAPA Speakers Advance Tickets: NAPA Office, 863-4488 Junkman's Palace, 848-9575 2150 Market, San Francisco 2917 Telegraph, Berkeley." There is an image of a man who is being restrained by three men who appear to be nurses at a mental hospital. Text inside of the image reads, "As soon as a patient stops insisting that he should be released, he'll be discharged. Ward Doctor Hurry Tomorrow." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_024.tif
 

A Step From Mexico City undated

Dimensions note: image 11.25 x 21.50 in., paper 21.50", 17 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A black and white silkscreen image of the marching feet of police or military men wearing black boots. Below them there is text that reads, "A Step From Mexico City". This is based on a photograph capturing the presence of police squads at San Francisco State college brought in to suppress the activities of the Black Student Union in the late 1960s. The quote is likely in reference to the 1968 massacre of student activists in Mexico City by state sponsored squads. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_655.tif
 

A Third World Painting Sculpture Exhibition 1974

Dimensions note: image 23.50 x 24.50 in., paper 26 x 26 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on light blue paper with red and blue ink. There are three horizontal strips of blue ink on the background of the poster. Red text is centered along the middle and reads, "A Third World Painting Sculptured Exhibition San Francisco Museum Of Art June 8 - July 28, 1974". Event was organized by Rolando Castellon who was a director at Galeria de la Raza long before Humberto Cintron. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_521.tif
 

Alabama Fiesta ca. 1973-1974

Dimensions note: image 22 5/8 x 14.25 in., paper 22 5/8 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts a street sign with the names of an intersection which reads, "2950 24th St. 1200 Alabama". The image is depicted in an almost white blue, black and a light blue background. Text located on the right hand corner reads, "Alabama Fiesta sabado, april -7-sat. 5-11p.m. musica, comida y juegos, food, music andgames Sponsored by Alabama Childcare Centers 1249 Alabama Organizado por Centros Guardeira Infantil." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_015.tif
 

Alma de Bronce, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 19 x 15 in., paper 21.50 x 16.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A stylized red dragon is depicted against a green background. Below the dragon there is text that reads, "Alma de Bronce. Sundays at Noon- La Raza Activities and Talent-First of its Kind in the Nation Los Domingos A Medio Dia-El Primer Programa de Esta Clase en la Nación ¡Un Programa A Todo Dar! -Con Vatos y Carnales del Barrio-Wachenlo Los Domingos. There is an image of a man who is smiling. The man is depicted in red with black text below it that reads, "Host Locutor C/S Marco Gutierrez". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_016.tif
 

Arnold Belkin, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 23.25 x 13.50 in., paper 25.50 x 15.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset print depicts a cross-section of a man's body. There is a woman who is sitting behind him. Her heart and intestines are visible. Behind them there is a barrier comprised of police officers and in front of them a crowd of people. On the bottom center is text that reads, "Galeria Metropolitana Exposicion , Los Amantes," and an excerpt that reads, "y por tu canto sincero y tu paso vagabundo y tu llanto por el mundo porque sos pueblo te quiero." M.Benedetti. Pinturas y Dibujos Recientes del 26 de Junio al 13 de Julio Medellin 28, Col. Roma Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Direccion de Difusion Cultural Coordinacion de Artes Plasticas. Arnold Belkin." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_017.tif
 

The Art of Being Huichol 1979

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 14 in., paper 21.50 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image, evocative of a Huichol yarn painting, depicts a human figure with deer antlers using a bow to shoot an arrow at another anthropomorphic figure. Multicolored strands emanate from the other figure’s chest and turn into dots. There is a table closer at the forefront of the image with orange deer antlers lying on it. Half of the background is black and the other half is blue. There is a pink and gray outline around the image. Below it there is text that reads, "How Datura Person Was Defeated. The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. The Art of Being Huichol. An Exhibition of Art from the Huichol Indians of Mexico. An Exhibition sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and The Museum Society of The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco". More text is located on the center right hand corner, containing information about the event. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_018.tif
 

El Arté [sic] Chicano De Hoy, Announcement Poster for 1974

Dimensions note: image 13.25 x 10.50 in., paper 13.25 x 10.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset poster announcing an art exhibition depicts the Civic Art Gallery of San Jose in sepia tones. Text reads, "Cinco De Mayo Exhibition at the Civic Art Gallery Of San Jose Dates: May 5 through May 31, 1974 Final Acceptance Of Works - April 25, 1974 Entries - Must be exhibition ready Media - Open Fees - None Limit Of Pieces - 3 per Artist Call: Maria Monce (408) 294-2787 / (408) 294-2788 El Arté [sic] Chicano De Hoy 110 South Market Street, San Jose, California 95113". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_411.tif
 

Arte de la Jente [sic], Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 22 7/8 x 17 in., paper 34 x 22 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Black and white poster depicting three faces looking towards the center of the image. On the left is the profile of what appears to be a woman facing the profile of an older man. In the center is the face of a younger man facing toward the viewer. Below them is text that reads “arte de la jente [sic] Chicano Art Exhibit Sacramento State College May 28-June 18”. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_604.tif
 

Artesanos Mexicanos ca. 1978-1979

Dimensions note: image 23.50 x 18 in., paper 28 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

There are three photographic representations. Each of the artists in the photographs are working on their art. The photographs are images of Manuel Jiménez, Pedro Linares, and Sabina Sánchez. Yellow text reads, "Artesanos Mexicanos". There is informational text about the event on the bottom of the images in white ink. The background of the poster is black. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_020.tif
 

Bazaar!, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 21.25 x 13.25 in., paper 22 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Bazaar!". There are two small images, one of a black bowl and the other of a black mug with musical notes above them. Black text surrounding the two images reads, "Comida, Food, Musica, Music, Bebidas, Drinks, June 30, 1973 Chicano Park Starts at 12:00 Drawing of Escuela Del Barrio Raffle Come and Enjoy Yourself." The background is a red color and the poster is surrounded by a cream colored border. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_022.tif
 

Blood of the Condor, Film Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 24 7/8 x 18 in., paper 25 1/8 x 18 7/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen film poster for "Blood of the Condor Benefit $2 Donation Friday 13th 6, 8 and 10th Pauley Ballroom Jesus is a Jew "Yawar Mallku" Revolutionary Film From Latin America Bolivia 1969 Direccion Jorge Sanjines". The image of 'Yawar Mallku' takes up most of the space, he was an indigenious Bolivian campesino. This was one of the last guerrilla filmmaking. The image is in black with orange background and most of the text is in white. "Hora de los Hornos' and 'Blood of the Condor' were major important films in S.F.", notes Rupert Garcia. Number of Prints: 2

Digital image file name

CEMA118_027.tif
 

Call Me Chicano 1973

Dimensions note: image 34.50 x 22.50 in., paper 35 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

At the top of the poster is a green bird facing towards the left. The words "Call Me" are printed on top of the bird. Beneath the bird on the left hand side of the poster are images associated with the Chicano culture- Emiliano Zapata, an Aztec, and a poem by Gregory Rios that begins with "I am a product of a social system". The poem is printed on a green scroll. To the right of these images are images of a Brown Beret soldier with a rifle holding up a book that is titled "Educacion Igual Y Libre" and a woman writing at a desk. At the bottom of the green scroll reads, "Y 'a huevo' 'el Aguila' Salvará los Chicanitos Porque ellos son los de mañana...". Primary colors of the poster are green, orange, yellow, and brown. Poster background is white. Written on the back of the poster is "Berkeley 1973". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_606.tif
 

Canto a Cuba, Announcement Poster for, undated

Dimensions note: image 16 x 10.25 in., paper 16.25 x 10.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts a stylized feminine figure in a headdress holding sugar cane stalks and a rifle in her hand. A boy between her legs holding a map of Cuba sits on a conga drum. A pair of maracas rest beside the conga. Text reads, "Galeria de la Raza Canto a Cuba Eduardo Arderi Drawing Prints Posters José Laffitte Oils Drawing Etching Jan 19 Feb 13 2851 Bryant S.F. 826- 9922 Reception Jan. 19 7:30 pm." Colors are red and black on white paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_034.tif
 

Carleton E. Watkins: The Columbia River and Oregon, Announcement Poster For 1979

Dimensions note: image 13.25 x 17.25 in., paper 26.50 x 20.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Photograph of Watkins' "Cape Horn" at upper center of poster. "Cape Horn" is a black and white photograph of the Columbia River in Oregon with two boats along the shore in the foreground and land in the background. Beneath the photograph is information for an event at the Simon Lowinsky Gallery in San Francisco, California. Poster background is white with maroon and black text. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_607.tif
 

Chicano Art Center Open House, Announcement Poster For 1977

Dimensions note: image 23 x 17.50 in., paper 23 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for the Chicano Art Center Open House. Event information at top and bottom of poster. In the center of the poster is a skull with a hat on and a rose in its mouth. Red ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_608.tif
 

Chicano Film Festival undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 16 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for "Chicano Film Festival". A strip of photograph negatives runs down diagonally through the offset. On the negatives are pictures of UFW protests and speakers. On one of the negatives is an older man holding the UFW flag. Text on the upper right hand corner and on the bottom left hand corner reads, "Chicano Film Festival. Chicano Filmmakers, Special Workshops, Video, Photo, Slide Presentation, Feature Films. May 17, 18, 19, USC El Centro Chicano 3406 S. Hoover St. L.A. Calif. 9007 746-5374." Inside the strip of negatives is text on both the bottom and top of it that reads, "Photos by Carlos Calderon. U.S.C. Programming Board U.S.C. M.E.C.H.A." A small map is located on the bottom left hand corner. Brown is the primary color used in this offset. On the back of the poster is text on it that includes a list of art supplies that can be checked out at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_031.tif
 

Chicanos 1st Annual Film Series, Announcement Poster for 1979

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 16.25 in., paper 23 x 18.75 in.
creator: Villa, Esteban

Description

Silkscreen poster on white paper with black and red ink. There is a checkered pattern that runs all around the central image. The central image has text that incorporates itself with the checkered background and reads, "Chicanos 1st Annual Film Festival '79 Series Stanford University Free January 10, 11, 12 1979 Info: (415) 497 4104" There is a red star with a black outline and it has the "RCAF"(Royal Chicano Air Force) initials. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_030.tif
 

China's Revolution in Education, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 18 x 11 7/8 in., paper 18 x 11 7/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for a lecture on China's Revolution in Education at San Jose State University. At the center of the poster are three people looking to the right side of the poster. The woman on the left is putting on a backpack while the two to the right of her are holding a red flag in the air. Event information at the top and bottom of the poster in teal and brown ink. White background. Written on the back of the poster in pencil is, "1972. S.F." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_610.tif
 

Chinatown Workers' Festival, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 11.25 x 16 in., paper 17 1/8"x 19.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for the Chinatown Workers' Festival. Event title at the upper center of the poster in black ink in both English and (Mandarin/Cantonese). In the middle of the poster is the image of an Asian couple standing behind a sewing machine. The woman is holding onto the machine as it sews a pattern on the table it is resting on. To the right of the couple is the event information in black text. Teal background for the image. White background for the poster. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_609.tif
 

Cinco de Mayo at U.C.L.A., Announcement Poster for 1974

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 13.50 in., paper 22 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Cinco de Mayo at U.C.L.A. Apr. 30 thru May 3. Mariachis, Dancers, Teatros, Displays, Bands, Films. For More Information Contact: Wilo Nunez 825-2333. Community Service Commission of S.L.C.". An image of a stylized eagle holding a serpent in its mouth is depicted between the text. The text is on a green background and is in red, white, and green text. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_032.tif
 

Cinco de Mayo Benefit Party, Announcement Poster For 1978

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 16.50 in., paper 23 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for Cinco de Mayo Benefit Party in Berkeley. Event information is at the top half of the poster in red ink. Beneath the event information is the graphic design of a half circle - perhaps a sun with rays coming out from the sides. The graphic is in red ink as well. Beneath the image reads in red ink, "Mixed drinks and beer sold. Salsa. Disco. Soul. Rancheras. Musica!" Written at the top of the poster in pencil is, "SPIC Week." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_611.tif
 

El Cinco de Mayo Celebration on Campus, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 22 x 16.25 in., paper 26 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

On the right side of the poster there is an image of a woman dressed in traditional indigenous attire. Along side of her there is a title that reads, "Cinco De Mayo Celebration on Campus at San Francisco State" preceded by more informational text that explains the scheduling and the location of the event. The text is in yellow ink while the image of the woman is in black. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_398.tif
 

Coconut a Filipino Theatrical Experience, Announcement Poster for 1971

Dimensions note: image 24 x 18 in., paper 26"x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Black and white silkscreen announcement poster for the "Coconut A Filipino Theatrical Experience 4-24-71, 8-11pm $1.75 Door $1.50 Adv. C.C.S.F. Lit. Thea." Text is graphically arranged around the poster as a border and in the middle of the poster is an image of a coconut parted in half. The U.S. flag is depicted inside one of the coconut halves and the stars of the flag of the Philippines are on the other half. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA_118.033.tif
 

Come and Hear Sra. Hortencia Allende, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 16 x 10 in., paper 17 x 11 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts an etching-image of Salvador Allende, assassinated president of Chile. The bottom image shows three female figures cheering. Text reads, "Come and Hear Sra. Hortentencia Allende Friday October 25, 8 P.M. 1st Congregational Church Post and Mason, S.F. Also Speaker from The Fair Trails Committee for Chilean Political Prisoners Donations: $2 $1 Low Income and Unemployed Sponsors: NICH, Berkeley, S.F. - Fair Trials Committee- BATUC- CLASS- S.F. Solidarity Committee- San Jose Emergency Committee to Defend Democracy in Chile Vengan a escuchar a Sra. Hortencia Allende Chile Vencera Chile Will Win Labor Donated" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_035.tif
 

Comite Mexicano Civico Patriotico Celebrando el Dia de la Bandera, Announcement Poster for 1982

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 17.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset poster announcing a celebration of the Día de la Bandera (Mexican Flag Day) depicts the Mexican flag. Text reads, "Comite Mexicano Civico Patriotico Celebrando el Dia de la Bandera 24 de Febrero Programa Literario Musical Participacion Del Ballet Folklorico Jalisco Revolucionario." Ink is red and green on white paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_311.tif
 

Conejo Blanco undated

Dimensions note: image 25.75 x 20 in., paper 28 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on green crescent boards. There is an image of what appears to be a rabbit that has the face of a male. He is carrying on his shoulder a little sack that hangs from a stick. Text on the left side of him reads, "Julian Theater, Grupo Alicia, Directo de Mexico Saturday November 4th 8:30 p.m. Potrero Hill Neighborhood Center 953 de haro. 75¢ Donation Lucky Alley Shooting Society Conejo Blanco." The rabbit and the text are in purple. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_310.tif
 

Conferencia Debate Arquitecturo y Subdesarollo en Mexico, Announcement Poster for ca. 1970

Dimensions note: image 20 x 14.50 in., paper 20.75 x 15.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement for an Architectural Conference is superimposed on a Mexican lithograph print. There are different sizes of blue squares all over the poster. Behind the squares there are pictures of houses and streets. White text on the poster that reads, "Conferencia Debate Arquitectura y Subdesarrollo an méxico viernes julio 2 19 hrs Museo Universitario de ciencias y artes." More text is displayed in black but is hard to read. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_309.tif
 

Crack undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 13.25 in., paper 22 x 16.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts a skull in the middle of the poster. Text around it reads, "Alcohol, fatiga, cigarro, crack, excesso = accidentes." The word crack is inside a bubble with jagged edges, just like in a comic book, with large lettering and in bright orange ink. The skull is in the middle of what appear to be four arrows that are connected to one another. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_312.tif
 

The Cry of Vietnam undated

Dimensions note: image 29 x 19.50 in., paper 30 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Black and blue ink on tan colored construction paper. There are three airplanes that are throwing children down to the ground. Text on the poster reads, "The Cry of Vietnam, Bread Not Bombs a Response: medical aid to Vietnam". There is text that was written in blue marker that reads, "Make Pledge to: Bread Not Bombs David Harris Speaks Carol Mc Comb Sings Thur.~Nov. 30~12 Noon Speakers Platform." On bottom of poster is an address, "Bread Not Bombs 667 Lython St. Palo Alto, CA. 94301. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_317.tif
 

Cuba/Chile Solidarity Cuba Expo, Announcement Poster for 1974

Dimensions note: image 12.25 x 10.50 in., paper 17 x 12 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset poster depicts the face of a young Cuban woman wearing a red bandanna holding a stick or a pole. Text reads, "Cuba Chile Solidarity Cuba Expo." Colors used are yellow for background and brown, red, and yellow for the image. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_315.tif
 

The Cultural Revolution in China, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 26 x 19.25 in., paper 35 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image depicting six Asian people smiling and looking at the viewer. There are three men and three women. Chinese text runs down right through the middle of the people. There is additional text above them that reads, "The Cultural Revolution in China" and below them, "Ann Tompkins will speak + show Film. Back from 5 yrs. in China Mar. 22-Main Aud. 12:30 SFSC." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_320.tif
 

Dance at The Village, Announcement Poster For 1973

Dimensions note: image 17 x 11.50 in., paper 19 x 13.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for a dance at The Village. At the center of the poster is an oval that encompasses three figures that are dancing. The figures are in white ink with text surrounding the border of the oval in white ink as well. Event information forms a border around the outside of the oval to create a rectangle. Background of the image is three vertical stripes- pink on the left, black in the middle, and gold on the right. White background. Written on the back of the poster in purple ink is, "1973 S.F.". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_612.tif
 

David Hockney at Andre Emmerich, Announcement Poster For 1973

Dimensions note: image 26 7/8 x 21 7/8 in., paper 32.50 x 25.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image is a reproduction of Hockney's "Still Life With Book", a painting of a vase of flowers with Flaubert's "Bouvard and Pechuchet" next to them. Event information at bottom of poster below reproduction. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_318.tif
 

David Hockney Travels with Pen, Pencil, and Ink 1979

Dimensions note: image 16.75 x 14 in., paper 21.25 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of "Sir John Gielgud, ca. 1970. Pen and Ink, (actual size). The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Purchase, 1979." Sir John Gielgud is looking towards the left side and has his hands crossed in front of him. He is sitting on a seat with tall arm rests and is wearing a suit and a large ring on his pinkie. Text below the image reads, "David Hockney: Travels with Pen, Pencil and Ink. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. November 9, 1979 to January 1, 1980. M.H. de Young Memorial Museum. This exhibition organized by the International Exhibitions Foundation was made possible by a grant from SCM Corporation." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_319.tif
 

Day of Unacceptance, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 20 x 15.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17 5/8 in.
creator: April 22 Coalition.

Description

Rupert Garcia indicates that it looks like Jane Norling's writing. In the center and top half of the poster is a poem that begins, "March because you hate the war" and concludes with "More of the same is unacceptable." Beneath the poem is event information for a rally and march regarding the Vietnam War. Poem is in blue ink while event information is in red ink. Written on the back of the poster in pencil is, "S.F. 1972. April 22 Coalition". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_613.tif
 

Day of World Solidarity, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 26.25 x 19.25 in., paper 26.25 x 19.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Green background with outline of a Black man behind bars inside of said outline. Event information text surrounding outline reads in French, Spanish, and English .Text in Arabic at bottom of poster. Affiliated with The Struggle of the People of Zimbabwe. Seal by OSPAAAL. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_323.tif
 

Defend Human Rights In Chile 1975

Dimensions note: image 10.50 x 8.50 in., paper 11 x 8.50 in.
creator: Inkworks.
creator: Romero, Rachael

Description

Linocut poster depicts the faces of a woman with a soldier in the background. Text reads, "Defend Human Rights In Chile Protest to State Dept. (202) 655-4000." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_324.tif
 

Dennis Banks Defense Benefit, Announcement Poster for 1976

Dimensions note: image 18 x 24.50 in., paper 22 x 28 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Dennis Banks Defense Benefit March 20 12pm - 5 pm. Speakers From A.I.M. Get the Facts About the Wounded Knee Massacres. Ethnic Food, Music, Etc. at Capp St. Neighborhood Ctr. 362 Capp. Donation $1.00".This text was depicted inside a green rectangle with black ink right next to a second image. The second image contains two fists breaking off a chain. Behind the fists are 4 bullets traveling through the air, the colors and stars of the U.S.A flag, and feathers. The image's colors are red, white, black, and blue. Below the image there is text that reads, "In Memory of Graciano Jauregui Assassinated by Police in Wounded Knee, 1973. '...You Have Put All Our Heads Together and Covered Then With a Blanket...' -1988-1976." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_322.tif
 

Dia del Deporte, Announcement Poster for 1972

Dimensions note: image 23 x 16.25 in., paper 24.50 x 18.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

20 de Noviembre LXII Aniversario de la Revolucion Mexicana 'Dia del Deporte' 1910 1972 A discus thrower is in the middle of the poster and in between the colors of the Mexican flag. There are two columns full of text that explain the time and schedule of the events. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_321.tif
 

El Dia de San Juan, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 21 x 13 3/8 in., paper 23 x 14.50 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías

Description

Image of a creature over text "El Dia de San Juan" at the lower left corner of the image. Event information is at upper half of poster in white and blue text. The background of the poster is olive green. Written on the back of the poster is "1972. Oakland." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_614.tif
 

El Matematico vs. Lobo Rubio, Announcement Poster for 1977

Dimensions note: image 24 x 17.75 in., paper 24 x 17.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster. The background of the poster is red on the top half while orange on the bottom half. There are four images of Mexican Wrestlers with their names on the bottom of each image. "Santo, Brazo de Oro, Mr. Krimen, Tama Kum". Above the wrestler's images there are two medium sized images of the Grimm Reaper and above them is text that reads as follows, "Plaza Balderas Aosto 28 de 1977 lucha de muerte caera una mascara". On the bottom of poster it says, "El Matematico vs. Lobo Rubio y un gran respaldo". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_399.tif
 

Enfrentando La Vida, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 19.50 x 13.50 in., paper 23 x 16.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset and silkscreen poster on purple paper with black ink. In the background of the poster is a large eagle and right underneath it there is a person under a net who is breaking free with a machete. The text is over the picture of the eagle and man and it reads, " April 23-27 Enfrentando la Vida" and it is followed by the schedule and more information about the event. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_401.tif
 

Exhibition of Handicraft Arts and Traditional Chinese Paintings of Kiangsu Province, China 1974

Dimensions note: image 21.25 x 16 in., paper 23 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset on white paper with red, orange and black ink. On the top left hand corner there is Chinese lettering. On the middle of the poster there is an orange flower. There is some text that reads, "Exhibition of Handicraft Arts and Traditional Chinese Paintings of Kiangsu Province, China" and "Vancouver Museums and Planetarium Vancouver, British Columbia October 8 to December 1, 1974 Special Admission: Adults 1.00 children, students and senior citizens -.50". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_402.tif
 

Exposicion Arnold Belkin Muertes Historicas 1975

Dimensions note: image 13.75 x 18 in., paper 27.50 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A man is depicted lying on a table with only his stump. There are no arms or legs on him and what appear to be his insides are exposed. There are three other persons standing beside him and they have no faces. Their bodies are cut into cross-sectioned anatomical plates. The background is a light gray brown color and there are several colors that are on the people. The colors that dominate are brown, blue, and green. On the bottom right hand corner there is text that reads, "Exposición. Arnold Belkin Mueres Historicas. Abril-Mayo. Museo de Arte Moderno. Bosque de Chapultepec. Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes. México, D.F. 1975". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_403.tif
 

La Familia at Chicano Co-op, Announcement Poster for 1972

Dimensions note: image 23 x 14.50 in., paper 23 x 14.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "La Familia". Text is red and green on white paper. It reads, "Joaquin Murrieta Chicano Cooperative Presents La Familia at Chicano Co. Op. 2732 Durant, Berkeley Friday, April 21 9 p.m. - 2a.m.". There are four green outlines of stars that contain ticket prices and other information. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_404.tif
 

Farmworkers March on Gallo, Announcement Poster for 1975

Dimensions note: image 16.50 x 21.50 in., paper 21.50", 17 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset announcement poster for the historic "Farmworkers March on Gallo". There is an image of a group of farmworkers marching. They are holding flags and circular posters that read, "Huelga NFWA". The image of the UFW huelga eagle is depicted inside this poster as well. There is yellowish and black text next to the image that reads, "March With Us On February 22 at Noon from Union Square San Francisco or Join Us in Modesto. March 1, Ten a.m. Where we will March Together to the E and J. Gallo Winery. March 110mi. for Justice. From the Bay to the Gallo Winery in Modesto". The rest of the text is informational. The background is red. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_405.tif
 

Farmworkers March, Rally Festival, Announcement Poster for 1974

Dimensions note: image 24 x 18 in., paper 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Atención! Farmworkers March, Rally Festival. March; 12:00-1:00 King Rd., Alum Rock 937 Locust To; St. James Park- San Jose Ca. April 27th. Viva La Huelga". Most of the text is enclosed in a text box that has a bird on the very top of it. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_406.tif
 

Fernando Alegria and Michael McClure, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 22 x 13 in., paper 22 x 13 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "The Poetry Center presents: Fernando Alegria Chilean poet and novelist Michael McClure American poet and playwright Wednesday Oct. 10 7:30 p.m. S.F. Museum of Art Van Ness and McAllister Donation $2.00 Proceeds To The Chilean Support Project in Cooperation With Non-Intervention In Chile Chilean Soldiers Yesterday Burned Books and Posters That They Deemed 'subversive'". The image is that of three soldiers holding a poster and burning books. Inside the poster is where some of the text is located. The image is in brown and yellow. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_678.tif
 

Fiesta Del Sol, Announcement Poster for 1972

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 13.25 in., paper 23 1/8 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Fiesta del Sol. Entertainment Latin, Jazz, Ballet, Folklorico Groups, Mariachis, Teatros. Food- Refreshment- Games. Place: Joaquin Murieta Chicano Co-Op 2732 Durant Ave., Berkeley [one block south of the University] Date: June 4 Time: 11:00am-9:00pm". There is an image in the background of a sea dragon. There is a sun right next to the dragon. The background is mustard yellow. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_410.tif
 

El Fin del Mund, Announcement Poster For 1975

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 16.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of a man falling out of the sky as if he is a shooting star aimed towards a town from which people are fleeing. The sun, also in the sky, is hanging his tongue out at the people as they run from the town. Text at the top of the poster reads, "El Teatro Campesino presents El Fin del Mund by Luis Valdez". Event information at the bottom of the poster. Poster is in black and white ink with a white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_615.tif
 

First Annual Chicano Film Series, Announcement Poster for 1979

Dimensions note: image 12.75 x 8 in., paper 12.75 x 8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster of depicts a Pachuco couple in front of a row of yellow filmstrips whose frames depicts Cesar Chavez , the UFW flag, and icons of Mexican cinema, such as María Félix. Text in black ink on a white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_412.tif
 

First Symposium on Chicano Psychology, Announcement Poster for 1976

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 15.50 in., paper 21 x 16 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

On the right top half of the offset there is an image of a stylized indigenous person sitting with his face looking up. Around the indigenous person there are floating crosses and flames. Above him is a soft pink, red and black snake surrounding a white, yellow and gold eagle. The image is on a black background. Beside the image is text that reads, "First Symposium on Chicano Psychology University of California, Irvine, May 15 and 16, 1976". Below the image there is more text which contains information about the event. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_413.tif
 

Los Four: Almaraz/de la Rocha/Lujan/Romero 1974

Dimensions note: image 23.50 x 15 in., paper 25 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An offset image of a woman looking at the viewer is depicted with black ink on pink paper. She has her hair up and is wearing a floral necklace. The background is composed of lots of writing of what appears to be from different people. Below the image there is text that reads, "Los Four: Almaraz/de la Rocha/Lujan/Romero. Los Angeles County Museum of Art/ February 26 to March 24, 1974". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_438.tif
 

Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti Exhibit, Announcement Poster For 1983

Dimensions note: image 27.50 x 17.50 in., paper 27.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Complement to "Frida Kahlo Version" poster of same exhibition. Black and white photograph of Tina Modotti in the center of the poster. Her eyes are closed with her hands clasped to her face. The photograph has a magenta border. The poster has a border that is the same shade of magenta. Event information is at bottom of the poster. Grey background over poster. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_617.tif
 

Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti Exhibit, Announcement Poster For 1983

Dimensions note: image 27.50 x 17.50 in., paper 27.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Complement to "Tina Modotti Version" poster of same exhibition. Black and white photograph of celebrated artist Frida Kahlo in center of poster surrounded by a magenta border. Poster has a border of the same shade of magenta. Event information is at bottom of the poster. There is a brown background over the poster. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_618.tif
 

General Union of Palestinian Women 1980

Dimensions note: image 25.75 x 18.50 in., paper 26.75 x 19 in.
creator: Rudin, Marc

Description

An image of a woman looking up and holding her hand up in the air is depicted. She has shackles on her hands connected by a broken chain. There is a half white circle at the top of the offset that contains text in Hebrew and English that reads, "General Union of Palestinian Women". Under that half white circle there is an orange background that turns to red. On the right hand side corner is text, again in Hebrew and English that reads, "World Conference of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace. Copenhagen, Denmark 14-30 July 1980". A small image next to that text depicts the silhouette of a woman holding a flag and looking up at it in white ink. On the back of the poster there is some text. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_417.tif
 

George Jackson Tribunal, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 16.50 in., paper 21.50 x 16.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset announcement poster for "George Jackson Tribunal Presents the First in a Series of Political Investigations Into the Significance of George Jackson's Life and the Causes of His Death". The rest of the text is informational. On the background there is a large image of George Jackson depicted in green and orange ink. On the bottom right hand corner there is another image in orange of a man lying lifeless on the ground. The background of the whole poster is blue. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_418.tif
 

German Expressionist Art: The Robert Gore Rifkind Collection, Announcement Poster For 1978

Dimensions note: image 22 x 14 in., paper 25 x 19 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for "German Expressionist Art. The Robert Gore Rifkind Collection. Prints, Drawings, Illustrated Books, Periodicals, Posters. New Orleans Museum of Art. City Park, June 18-August 13, 1978". An image of a naked young woman is depicted in black and white. Behind her, in the background there is a black tree, a red sky, and a green mountain. Outside the image there is tiny text that reads, "Erich Heckel, Fränzi Standing, 1910". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_665.tif
 

Gran Baile undated

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 17.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silk screen poster on yellow paper. There is a black UFW Huelga eagle on bottom of poster. There is black text that reads, "Si Se Puede, Gran Baile, Little Joe y La Familia Azteca Stockton--County Fairgrounds Friday Nov. 8, 8 p.m. a 1a.m. Boletos $5.00 La Barata a la puerta Beneficio - - Viva La Huelga Labor Donated". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_419.tif
 

Grand Raffle, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 21 x 13 in., paper 22.50 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of text coming out of a box is depicted in orange and white. The text reads, "Grand Raffle Big and Small Prized Donation $1.00 June 30, 1973 Chicano Park by Escuela Del Barrio 2139 Logan Ave. San Diego 232-6236". The text is depicted on black ink around the box and the background of the silkscreen is white. There is also a circle and inside the circle there is an image of possibly a map it is not completely clear. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_420.tif
 

Graphica Creativa '78, Announcement Poster For 1978

Dimensions note: image 23.50 x 32.50 in., paper 23.50 x 32.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Advertisement poster for International Exhibition of Graphic Art in Finland. Graphic art of an uppercase 'G' in grey with blue center. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_421.tif
 

The Head of the Renowned Bandit Joaquin!, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 18.25 x 22 in., paper 20 x 26 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of the famous California social bandit/hero Joaquin Murrieta at upper left corner of poster. Replication of advertisement of Murrieta's head on exhibition at the Stockton House to the right of his profile. Below Murrieta's profile and replication is red text that reads, "Viva!" Tan background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_645.tif
 

Herbert Marcuse, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 11 5/8 x 17.50 in., paper 11 5/8 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for German philosopher Herbert Marcuse speaking at San Francisco State University. Marcuse's upper body is depicted on the left side of the poster in green ink. Event information is on the right side of the poster in blue ink. Light blue background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_620.tif
 

Higiene undated

Dimensions note: image 21.75 x 16.50 in., paper 22 1/8 x 16.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A silkscreen image of a cartoon looking man. Half of the man's body is entering the shower with a soap bar in his hand while the other half is still fully clothed. The side where the shower is located has black circles with a black background and orange water is coming out of the shower head. The background is black on the side where the man is fully clothed. On the bottom left hand corner there are black letters that read, "Higiene, Higiene, Higiene, Higiene". The background is orange where the text is located. The colors used in this poster are bright orange, black, and white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_422.tif
 

Hispanic Festival of the Arts, Announcement Poster for 1970

Dimensions note: image 21.25 x 15 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster, on yellow paper with green ink, for "Hispanic Festival Of The Arts. April 12-23. Museum of Science and Industry. 57th Street and Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois. Free Admission". An image of a stylized indigenous bird in green ink is located on the right side of the silkscreen. There is more text located on the lower left hand corner that contains information about the event. Behind the silkscreen there is another image with black ink of a cartoon like pachuco holding a needle. There are other men behind him, one of which is holding money in his hand. Across the middle of the poster there is text that reads, "Malinche. Movimiento Artistico Chicano. P.O. Box 2890 Chicago, Ill. 60690". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_423.tif
 

The Hour of the Furnaces, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 18 x 16.50 in., paper 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A silkscreen announcement poster for "The Hour of Furnaces". There is an image of three men lying on the ground, they almost look deathless. They are depicted in brown ink. There is text around the image that reads, "La Hora De Los Hornos Cine Grupo Liberacion - Argentina. Film Essay On Violence 7 Liberation Presented By The Third World Cinema Group". There is an inscription on the bottom of the poster handwritten that reads, "Wed., Fri., Jan. 20, 22 7:00p.m. at Harding Theater $2.00 616 Divisadero S.F.". "In 'Hora de los Hornos' and 'Blood of the Condor' were major important films in S.F.", informed Rupert Garcia and others. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_424.tif
 

Huelga! undated

Dimensions note: image 15 x 10.50 in., paper 17 x 11.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts a shaded portrait of a man with his right arm raised. The ink is brown as spells, "Huelga!" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_425.tif
 

The Ike and Tina Turner Review, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 20 x 16.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

In the left portion of the poster is the photograph of Tina and Ike Turner dancing with their shadows in green and orange print. They are dancing behind each other so as to create the illusion of one dancer. On the right side of the image is the event title in green and orange ink. Event information is at the top and bottom of the poster in white ink. Purple background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_621.tif
 

In Search of Aztlan, Announcement Poster For 1974

Dimensions note: image 24.50"x 21.75 in., paper 25.75 x 22.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for In Search of Aztlan, a celebration of independence. Event title and information is at the top portion of the poster in orange and white ink. At the center of the poster is an Aztec pyramid in orange ink. Sponsors are listed at the bottom of the poster in white ink. Blue background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_622.tif
 

Instructions for all Persons of Japanese Ancestry undated

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 14.25 in., paper 22.50 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset for the "Western Defense Command and Fourth Army Wartime Civil Control Administration Presidio of San Francisco, California May 3, 1942 Instructions to All Persons Of Japanese Ancestry Living in the Following Area:...". The poster is mostly composed of text. There is a reprint of the original government poster informing Japanese American Citizens that they would be interned. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_426.tif
 

International Week of Solidarity with the Chilean People, Announcement Poster For 1973

Dimensions note: image 21 x 14.50 in., paper 23.25 x 16.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of various men gathered looking outwards at the viewer is in the middle of the poster. Beneath the poster is another image of a tank driving down a street with a "Made in USA" sign on front of it. Event information is on top of, in between, and beneath these two images. Black ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_623.tif
 

International Week of Solidarity with the Chilean People, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 21 x 14.50 in., paper 28.50 x 18.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "International Week of Solidarity With the Chilean People. October 8-14 1973 Socialismo. Stop U.S. Military Aid to the Junta Respect Human Rights in Chile Free All Political Prisoners". There are two images, one of which depicts a group of men dressed in suits who are protesting. The other image consists of a group of soldiers riding an artillery tank and the words "Made in USA" across it. The text and images are in black ink on white paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_623.tif
 

Inti-Illimani, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 21 14 x 16 3/8 in., paper 22.50 x 17 5/8 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías

Description

Advertisement poster for a benefit concert for Chile. Image of Chilean flag with men at bottom of poster. Ticket information at bottom of the poster with event information at the top of poster. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_428.tif
 

IV Hispanic Heritage Week 1981

Dimensions note: image 22.25 x 17 in., paper 23.25 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on cream colored paper. The background is a gradation of yellow to orange. On the top center there is a banner that reads, "IV Hispanic Heritage Week". A man is depicted on the top right hand corner. He is playing a trumpet and is wearing fluffy ruffled sleeves that are colored green and have a yellow stripe. Underneath the banner are images of people doing various things such as playing the Congos, reciting something, playing the piano, painting, and so on. There are six green rectangles that have the dates of the events and what is going to be happening at the event on that date. On the bottom center of the poster is text that reads, " Comite Hispanoamericano Pro-Lengua y Cultura". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_429.tif
 

Japan Now, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 15.25 x 15.50 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset announcement poster for "Japan Now San Francisco Art Commission Presents An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Painting Sculpture Graphics Photographs Film Video Performing Arts, Coordinated by Sanjigen and Artists Union-Japan". An image of a red porous rock inside a cube. There is a line that points to the top of the rock and curves out to the edge of the paper. The image is on white paper. Below it there is text that reads, "April 23-May 28 7 days-a-week S.F. Art Commission Gallery Capricorn Asunder 165 Grove St. and Artists Embassy Gallery 70 Oak St. Opening Event Fri. April 23 7pm at Artists Embassy Gallery Special Performing Event Sat May 22 2-4pm San Francisco Museum of Modern Art". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_430.tif
 

Japanese Farmers undated

Dimensions note: image 18 x 12 in., paper 24.25 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for "Japanese Farmers Sanrizuka Film". The text is in yellow ink. There is an image of various women liked up in one line shoulder to shoulder. They are wearing head scarves. There is more text located at the bottom of the image but most of it is illegible. It appears to be informational text about where the movie or event is going to take place. This poster was done on red construction paper. There is another copy of this same poster, but it is on magenta construction paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_431.tif
 

Jara Live and In Spirit, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 15.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for the memorial service of Victor Jara, a victim of the Chilean Junta. In the center of the poster is a photograph of Jara playing the guitar while surrounded by children. The photograph is in red and black ink with Jara's face in white. Event title above the photograph and event information below the photograph. Red and black ink against a white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_624.tif
 

Joe Bernal Ramos Exhibition, Announcement Poster For 1975

Dimensions note: image 9 x 23 in., paper 11 x 25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for an exhibition of Ramos' photography. In the left portion of the poster is a photograph of a boy holding a photograph in his arms. In the right portion of the poster is a photograph of a woman lying in a chair while a small girl looks at the viewer from the background. Event information beneath the photographs. Grey ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_625.tif
 

Jose Revueltas Distinguished Mexican Author, Announcement Poster for 1972

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 13.50 in., paper 24 x 17 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster reads "Merritt College Office of Community Services in cooperation with the Department of Latin and Mexican-American Studies Presents Jose Revueltas Distinguished Mexican Author discusses "Aztlan Vis A Vis Tlatelolco" Merritt College Student Lounge 12500 Campus Dr. Oakland Thurs April 20 8 P.M. For Further Information Phone 531-4611 ext. 227". Colors are brown and blue on cardstock. The design was printed on the back of an offset-print poster depicting three young adults in blue and with text reading, "can you spare a nickel more for their education? Vote Yes April 20 Peralta Colleges". There are holes from staples in all four corners of the print and a large hole in between the words "discusses" and "Merritt". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_677.tif
 

Lancaster-Muller Publishers, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 23 3/8 x 15 7/8 in., paper 24 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement offset poster for "Lancaster - Miller Publishers 3165 Adeline Street Berkeley, California 94703 (415) 845-3782". There is an image of a little girl who is in a forest. She is holding a stick horizontally with a bird standing on it. Behind her there is an owl. In the back of the poster there are more announcement commercials. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_434.tif
 

Latina 1974

Dimensions note: image 28.50 x 22.50 in., paper 28.50 x 22.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A large image of a Latina's smiling profile is depicted along the left hand side. She is depicted with in a burgundy color. To her right there is text that reads, "Latina. The Chicano Law Students Association of Hastings is Looking for Latinas Interested in Studying the Law. Bring Knowledge of the Law to Your Community. Write: Chicano Law Students Association c/o Hasting College of the Law 198 McAllister Street S.F. Calif. 94102". Next to that text is also a smaller image of what appears to be the image of Jesus Christ looking at the profile of the Latina and making gestures with his hands like if he is talking to her. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_435.tif
 

Libertad a Presos Politicos Latino Americanos ca. 1973-1974

Dimensions note: image 18 x 14 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset image on blue paper. An image of a man wearing glasses with semi-long hair is looking at the viewer. A smaller image of this same man is on the bottom center left hand corner, but this time he has a chain around his chest with two locks. Each lock has the abbreviations of the "USA" and "Mex.". There is text on the poster that reads, "Libertad a Presos Políticos Latino Americanos. Viva la Alianza Estudiantil, Campesino, Obrero. 'Pedro Castillo' Mexico Prisión de Lecumberri 1968-1971 Prisión de Coyacán 1973-? 'Somos Uno Porque América Es Una' Nat'l Comm. To Free Los Tres 440 S Huntigton Dr., L.A. 223-3471". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_436.tif
 

Libertad, Libertad, Lib... 1973

Dimensions note: image 26.50 x 18.25 in., paper 27.25 x 18.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Libertad Libertad Lib is the text located on the bottom of the poster. On the top half of the poster there is a red and black image of men who are behind prison bars. One of the individuals is wearing sunglasses. Right underneath a black and white image shows one man who is smiling, there are four consecutive images of him right along one another. The smiling man is holding on to another man. On the right hand side there is another man holding on to them. Could be by the Mira Group, as it features similar styles (text at the bottom separated by a different background) as well as similar subject matter (student-led protests of 1968). Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_436.tif
 

Luchemos Por El Triunfo Del Pueblo Que Amamos Venceremos Con Allende undated

Dimensions note: image 27.50 x 18.75 in., paper 31 x 21.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen depicts an image of a young woman with a flower on top of her ear. She is outlined in a tan color and everything else is black. Underneath the image of the young woman there is some text that reads, "Luchemos por el truinfo del pueblo que amamos venceremos con allende". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_442.tif
 

Lucia, Film Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 17 x 14.50 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset film poster for "The Cuban Epic of Love and Revolution. Lucia. Presented by Tricontinental Films and the Center For Cuban Studies. A Film by Humberto Solas". An image of a woman holding flowers on her hand and wearing contemporary fashioned clothing, is enclosed by a blue and white border. The image of the woman is depicted various shades of soft pink. The text above the image is pink and the one below it is blue. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_443.tif
 

Lucky Unfair 1975

Dimensions note: image 17.25 x 11 in., paper 17.25 x 11 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset poster announcing a UFW boycott against Lucky. Depicts four protest signs. The uppermost sign reads "Lucky" in the corporate font. Just beneath it is a sign reading "Unfair". Beneath that is a UFW flag, and the lowermost sign reads, "Boycott Non UFW Grapes Gallo Wine". In the background there is a picket line is depicted in silhouette. Colors are black and red on a white background. There are several creases and a small half inch rip located on top. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_445.tif
 

Luis Jimenez Exhibition, Announcement Poster For 1977

Dimensions note: image 22 x 17 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for a Luis Jimenez exhibition at the University of Santa Clara. At the left side of the poster is the image of a winged human sculpture. The sculpture's wing extends through the upper right portion of the poster. The sculpture is printed in white and red ink. Event information listed at the bottom of the poster in white ink. White and red ink on black background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_629.tif
 

Madera 1973

Dimensions note: image 27.50 x 18.50 in., paper 27.50 x 18.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster on white paper. On the bottom there is text, "Madera". There are seven masks. On three different corners of the poster there is some more text that has information about the event. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_444.tif
 

March of Unity and Justice Marcha de Unidad y Justicia, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 20 1/8 x 11.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "March of Unity and Justice April 14, 1973, Marcha de Unidad y Justicia el 14 de abril, 1973". In the middle of the poster there is an image of arm clinging to one another forming a square. The arms are brown and have text around them that reads, "Libertad Ricardo Chavez-Ortiz!Libertad Los Tres! Libertad Juan Corona! Assemble at Indiana St. and Whittier Blvd. at 11 a.m. March to Belcedere Park at Noon Junten en la Calle Indiana y la Whittier Blvd. a las 11 de la mañana Marcha hasta el Parque Belvedere al mediodía". The poster is on yellow paper and the text is in black ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_505.tif
 

Marcha Contra La Migra, Announcement Poster For 1974

Dimensions note: image 20.75 x 15.50 in., paper 23 x 17.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of protesters rallying with signs that read "Somos Un Pueblo", "Mexicana", and "Chicano". Protesters are in a red ink and are placed at the center of the poster. Event information lies below the protestors with the event title at the upper portion of the poster. Written on the back of the poster is "1974". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_630.tif
 

La Marcha de la Reconquista 1971

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 17 in., paper 28 x 22 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías

Description

Agosto 7 Vengan a Sacramento Info. 642 7278 U.C.B. La Marcha de la Reconquista August 7th. There is a big 7 on the back of the letters. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_506.tif
 

Mascarones undated

Dimensions note: image 23.75 x 17.50 in., paper 23.75 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of a dictator with a reptilian face has a huge sword that comes down to his feet on the left side of his hip and on the other side he has a gun. The dictator is wearing a trench coat. There are three vultures sitting on both shoulders and on his head. One vulture has the face of Richard Nixon, the other is wearing a hood that looks like the ones that the KKK wear and has the acronym CIA on it, the third vulture has a hard helmet on with a pig's face and is labeled US Army. There are other vultures flying around in the background. The dictator is standing on top of newspapers and is depicted in white with a black outline. The color of the paper used is orange. The vultures are black and white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_507.tif
 

May Day '72 1972

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 18 in., paper 24 x 19 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on white paper has an image on the top half of a man standing on a carriage and it looks like he is speaking and has one arm raised high in the air. There is also a line of police officers and people running away. A cloud of smoke is behind the line of police officers. There is text inside the cloud of smoke that reads, "May Day '72". More text is outside the image in the bottom half that reads, "May 4, 1886 workingmen defending their rights faced 200 police at the Haymaket [sic] in Chicago. Take forward the history of the American Labor Movement. Unite with the Workers and Youth of all Countries. Build a Labor Party Now! YS-USA Film on the Building of the Revolutionary Youth movement in the U.S. $1, 50¢ students unemployed". Handwritten text reads, "Young Socialists/ Workers League Meeting Today 12 noon HLL 362". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_508.tif
 

Memories of Underdevelopment, Film Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 18.50 x 16.50 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of a man looking through his binoculars off to the distance. The image is in a soft pink and blue. Above it there is text that reads, "'One of the Year's 10 Best!' The New York Times. Memories of Underdevelopment. The Tricontinental Film Center and the Center for Cuban Studies Present Sergio Corrieri, Eslinda Nunez and Daisy Granados in Memories of Underdevelopment. A Film by Tomas Gutierrez Alea. Produces by the Instituto Cubano Del Arte E Industria Cinematogeaficos. Spanish with English Subtitles."The text at the very top is in blue and the rest of the text is in a dark purple. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_511.tif
 

Mexico the Frozen Revolution, Film Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 18.50 x 14.50 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset film poster for "Mexico. The Frozen Revolution. A Film by Raymundo Gleyzer a Tricontinental Film Center Release". This was a celebrated and controversial film, released in 1971 by Argentine documentary filmmaker Raymundo Gleyzer, who founded the "third cinema" movement Cine de la Base and was disappeared by Argentina's military dictatorship in 1976. Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata is depicted holding a rifle in his right hand and a dagger with his left hand. He is wearing a sombrero and a bullet belt across his chest. The background is yellow and the text is red and black. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_512.tif
 

Mission Area Youth Council's Day-care Center undated

Dimensions note: image 25.25 x 22 in., paper 28.50 x 22.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for "Mission Area Youth Council's Day-Care Center. Children 5 to 12 mon. - fri. 8:00am.-6:00pm. where: Mission United Presbyterian Church 23rd Y Capp. Centro de Cambio 3007 24th Street. Emunyo-23rd and Florida. For More Information 826-6474. Jerri Campos, Elisa Miranda, Anita Sanchez". An indigenous baby is depicted along the left hand side of the poster. He has his mouth open and it looks like he wants to get held by the way that his hands are extended out towards the viewer. The poster was done on orange paper with navy blue ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_514.tif
 

The Mission Coalition Organization First Annual Festival, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 20 x 17.50 in., paper 20.50 x 18.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "The Mission Coalition Organization 1st Annual Festival. St. Antonys Auditorium Precita and Folsom June 4, 5, 6 Fri 7-12pm Sat, Sun 12am12pm Prizes, Food, Games. For Info Call 647 3140 2707 Folsom". There is an image of a couple dancing. Behind them there is a group of silhouettes that are composed of the band playing the instruments and people dancing. The image is depicted in the same color as the paper color and the silhouettes and text are in black ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_515.tif
 

Mission Doesn't Need BART, Announcement Poster For 1973

Dimensions note: image 14.75 x 13 in., paper 16 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for a protest against the BART public transportation system in the Mission District in San Francisco. At the center of the poster is a BART car overturning and spiraling downwards. Around the falling car is circular graphic design that heightens the spiraling motion. At the bottom of the poster is event information and text that reads, "Mission Doesn't Need BART." Neon red ink on grey background. Written on the back of the poster in pencil is, "S.F. 1973. Mission Dist." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_631.tif
 

Mission Festival, Announcement Poster for 1972

Dimensions note: image 26.75 x 16.25 in., paper 28.50 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silk screen on yellow paper. Two red masked figures are on each side of the poster. In the middle of the poster there is a red pot with a red plant. The pot has the UFW Huelga eagle and text "Dolores Park". Inside the leaves there is some text that says, "poetry, arts crafts, speakers, theater". In between the leaves there is more text that has the date " July 1st 12-p.m.". Right above the date the name of the events is written and reads as follows, "Mission Area Drug Council Mission Arts and Alliance presents: Mission Festival". On the two sides of the pot there is more text "Music by: Graza, Sand, Mundo El Dorado" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_516.tif
 

Negar la Independencia Es Incitar la Violencia 1982

Dimensions note: image 16 7/8 x 10 7/8 in., paper 16 7/8 x 10 7/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

The image depicts a man being arrested and at the same time that he is being arrested a cop is pulling his hair. The police officer's mouth is missing. There are two other police men on both sides of the one arresting the individual. On top of them there is a large image of a machine gun with a large hand holding it. The clip of the gun has the image of the Puerto Rican Flag. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_517.tif
 

New Members Show, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 10 x 8 in., paper 11 x 8.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Photocopied announcement poster for an art exhibited is printed in black ink on yellow paper. Text reads, "New Members Show reception 7:30 july 29 - august 12 Galeria de la Raza2851 24th Street San Francisco wed. Thru sun. 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. Ardeti Cortazar Laffitte Montenegro Reyes Valencia Venegas Viramontes drawings paintings photographs silk-screen prints". Ink is black on goldenrod paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_513.tif
 

Nikkoland Bazaar, Announcement Poster For 1973

Dimensions note: image 20.25 x 14 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for Nikkoland Bazaar at Oakland Baptist Church. At the center of the poster is a yellow circle with orange and red circles surrounding it. "Bazaar" is written in the middle of the circle, and beams of red, orange, and yellow are emitting from the circle. Event information surrounds the circle at the top and bottom. White background. Written on the back of the poster in pencil is, "1973. Printed by- The Workshop". "The Workshop" believed to be The Kearney Street Workshop, but is not confirmed. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_632.tif
 

No Chinges Conmigo Mas!!! undated

Dimensions note: image 5.75 x 7.75 in., paper 26.25 x 17 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

The UFW Huelga eagle is in the center of the poster and right above it there is some text that reads, "No Chinges Conmigo Mas!!!" Both the eagle and the text are in red ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_519.tif
 

No-22 1972

Dimensions note: image 21” x 13” in., paper 22” x 14.25”
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster printed on computer paper features a stylized UFW Huelga eagle in brown on a red background. Text in white reads, “No-22 Justice For Farm-Workers Nov.7 Defeat Prop. 22”. On the back, the print has been taped across the middle. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_518.tif
 

Oakland Breakers Team Tennis 1982

Dimensions note: image 22 1/8 x 22 1/8 in., paper 22 1/8 x 22 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset announcement poster for "Oakland Breakers Team Tennis. 1982 Season July 6-26 The Oakland Coliseum 7:30pm Championship Match July 31 Team:Rosie Casals, Peter Rennert, Leslie Allen, Bob Hewitt. Sponsored by Penn, Yonex, Nike. Ticket information: 415/635-0190 Team Tennis Oakland Breakers". There is an image of a top view of a tennis player. The colors that are used on the tennis player are light green, pink, and white. The background is green and the text is white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_490.tif
 

Oaxtepec Mexico Exhibit, Announcement Poster For 1976

Dimensions note: image 22 3/8 x 17 3/8 in., paper 27 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for an exhibition at the Galeria de la Raza. The photograph is of various masks made out of wood. Event information is listed below the image in pink and white ink. Black background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_633.tif
 

One Struggle, Many Fronts undated

Dimensions note: image 27.50 x 20.25 in., paper 28 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster on posterboard depicts planes dropping bombs and a row of artillery men on the background of a mushroom cloud. Text reads, "Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Indochina- Stop the Genocide of Asian People. One Struggle, Many Fronts." Colors are magenta, orange, blue, and black on white paper. The print has some small bends and scuff marks. Text in marker on the back reads, "Hook a crook." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_491.tif
 

Orale! undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 16.50 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of an old yellow radio with a dialogue bubble above that reads, "órale!" is depicted on top of an orange background. There is text on the radio that reads, "RAZA". Below the image there is text as well that reads, "Unidos Together. Wednesday 10x2 Nights. Refleciones de la Raza. Saturdays 11x2 Days. LPFA Produced By 94 F.M. Comunicación Aztlan Collective. C/S". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_492.tif
 

Original Drawings and Prints by Rivera, Siqueiros, Orozco, the Mexican Revolutionary Muralists, Announcement Poster for 1972

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 12.50 in., paper 24 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of what resembles a graphite rendition of an indigenous woman holding her sleeping baby is depicted on orange paper. She is wearing a shall over her head and a long skirt. Her baby is wearing a dress. Below the image there is text that reads, "Original Drawings and Prints by Rivera, Siquieros, Orozco. The Mexican Revolutionary Muralists. Opening Sept. 13th to Oct. 22, 1972 at Galeria De La Raza 2851-24th ST./Bryant St. San Francisco Daily 10a.m. to 5p.m. Phone 826-9926 Art Exhibit on Loan From San Francisco Museum of Art". The text is depicted with black ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_493.tif
 

Palestine is for People of all Religions, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 27.25 x 21.50 in., paper 28.50 x 22.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Palestine is for People of all Religions. Join Us! at a New Film "Revolution Until Victory" Date: Friday March 9, 1973 Time and Place: 1) 10:00am HLL 154. 2) 2:00pm HLL 135. Admission Free!" There is an image of a Palestinian man's profile. He is wearing a red and white checkered "Kaffiyeh" which is a head scarf symbolic of Arabic nationalism. He has a long beard and mustache. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_495.tif
 

Palestinian Calendar 1971 1971

Dimensions note: image 17.25 x 11.75 in., paper 17.25 x 11.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

1971 Palestinian Calendar. The cover has a seal in the center with the surrounding background containing standing rifles. Text reads as "1971" and contains other Arab characters. The colors used in this cover page are red, black, and yellow. In each page for each month of the calendar there is an illustration or photograph. Each illustration and photograph has a similar theme which supports Palestine through military action. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_496.tif
 

Paredes Pintadas, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 18 x 12 in., paper 18 x 12 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts the face of girl, rounded, with brown ink, and a tan background. The text in brown ink states, "Paredes Pintadas a slide presentation of Mexican murals Wednesday 21 May 102 Wurster 8pm". The print has four tack holes. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_497.tif
 

Partido de la Raza Unida Invites You to..., Announcement Poster 1972

Dimensions note: image 17 x 13.25 in., paper 26.25 x 17.75 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías

Description

Silkscreen poster on white paper. The ink used for the image and text is black with the exception of some red text. There is a UFW Huelga eagle in the middle of the poster. Inside the eagle there is text, "Partido De La Raza Unida invites you to meet la raza unida party Sat. Dec. 9th 11am to 2pm St. Peters Hal 1249 Alabama, S.F.". The text in red reds, "Food and entertainment, Introduction, Speaker La Raza Unida Party Oakland, Film 'La Posada', Explanation of voter registration drive, Question and Answer, Film 'Occupied Country' For info: 648 - 7647. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_498.tif
 

People Before Profit undated

Dimensions note: image 10.50 x 8.50 in., paper 11 x 8.50 in.
creator: Romero, Rachael

Description

Linocut poster depicts the faces of three children. Text reads, "People Before Profit". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_504.tif
 

People Need People, Announcement Poster for 1971

Dimensions note: image 22.25 x 22.50 in., paper 22.25 x 22.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "People Need People" is inside the yin and yang symbol. One side is red and the other white with black edges. Inside the monad, text reads, "Joint Communications and 'Atomic' Nancy Presents Dance 'People Need People' Featuring 'Hiroshima' and 'A Long Time Comin' Time and Place 9:30-1:30 Dec. 18 1971 Blarney's Castle Donation Proceeds go to Help Asian Prisoners". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_500.tif
 

Posada 1973

Dimensions note: image 25 x 16.50 in., paper 25 x 16.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset announcement poster for "¡Posada! Stanford Art Gallery 11 March to 29 April 1973". An image of a man with a mustache, likely Posada, sitting with a younger man standing by his side. They both appear to be wearing suits. The image is very dark, Black ink on green paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_503.tif
 

Protect your Teachers!, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 18 in., paper 21.75 x 18 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Protect Your Teachers! Convocation Mon. Dec. 15, 11:00-2:00 Creative Arts Auditorium Speakers from AFT Come Together". There is a medium image on the left hand center of the poster of a man looking towards his right. He is depicted in purple ink just like the text. The silkscreen is on brown paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_671.tif
 

Pulmones Sanos undated

Dimensions note: image 22 x 16.75 in., paper 22 x 16.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen depicts the silhouette of lungs and a man's profile wearing a gas mask over his nose and mouth. There are black dots all over the poster. "Pulmones Sanos" is what the text on the top center reads. The colors used are bright pink, black and light blue. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_670.tif
 

Quinto Festival de los Teatros Chicanos, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 16 in., paper 22.50 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

An image of an Aztec calendar is depicted on the right hand corner of the silkscreen. Right next to it there is an orange image of a stylized dragon wrapped around a red image of the North, South, and Central American Continent. Inside the continent there are foot prints that are coming from all directions towards an Aztec pyramid. Text reads, "Un Continente Una Cultura Tenaz P.O. Box 274 San Juan Bautista Califas (408)623-4436. Quinto Festival De Los Teatros Chicanos. Dos Semanas En Mexico. Primer Encuentro Latinoamericano. CLETA-UNAM Sullivan 43 México DF. 546-75-87. 24 de Junio - 7 de Julio". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_669.tif
 

La Raza Silkscreen Center, Announcement Poster For 1976

Dimensions note: image 28 x 17 in., paper 28 3/8 x 17 3/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Advertisement for the La Raza Silkscreen Center. Tan background with nine various La Raza silkscreens including profile of Che Guevara, Richard Nixon, Emiliano Zapata, and Reies Lopez Tijerina. Written on back of silkscreen, "S.F. La Raza Silkscreen Center. Ric [ill.]- 1976. Exec-.. Artist-" in pencil. Printed at bottom of poster is contact information for La Raza Silkscreen center. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_668.tif
 

Red Lantern, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 23 x 19.50 in., paper 26 1/8 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for a screening of the film "Red Lantern" in San Francisco. At the right side of the poster is a man raising a red lantern in his right hand. Event information is above the figure and on the left side of the poster in black text. Text boxes are white with black ink. Red background. Text on top reads, “Celebrate October 1st.” Text at the bottom of the poster reads, "October 1st Joint Committee". Written on the back of the poster in pencil is, "S.F. 1972. Oct. 1st Joint Committee". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_635.tif
 

René Gelpi, Announcement Poster for 1975

Dimensions note: image 10.50 x 15.50 in., paper 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A photographic image of two men, one standing in front of the other, are depicted in black and white. One of the men is holding up his shirt to expose his chest and the one behind him has his arms around him. There is text below the image that reads, "René Gelpi. Oct. 1-Nov. 2 '75. San Francisco Museum of Art". The offset is on a gray colored paper and the text is white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_666.tif
 

Revolution Till Victory! undated

Dimensions note: image 19 x 15 in., paper 22.75 x 16 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image of a masked soldier holding a shotgun in the middle of the poster. Text at the top of the poster reads, "Revolution till victory!" in pink ink with Arabic writing at the bottom in pink ink. On the back side of the poster is a Leviathan leftist newsprint tabloid with articles surrounding an outline of Palestine with photographs inside of the country. Pink and black ink against light green background. Bottom of print lists contact information for the Bay Area Palestine Solidarity Committee. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_636.tif
 

Rugby Dance, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 29.50 x 20 1/8 in., paper 29.50 x 20 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for a Rugby Dance featuring The Raindrops. At the top left corner of the poster is an image of a football. Event information displayed over entire poster. Black ink on pink background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_637.tif
 

San Francisco Art Institute Student Show, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 17 x 10.50 in., paper 18.25 x 10.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for S.F. Art Institute Student Show. At the center of the poster is a clenched fist in black ink, a traditional symbol for protest and revolution. The hand is in the middle of a star, which is in turn in the middle of a circle. The event text surrounds and borders the circle in an oval shape. Background is alternate shades of purple and green. Event information and symbol are against a yellow background in the center of the poster. Text at the bottom right corner of the poster reads, "Printed at San Francisco Art Institute". Written on the back of the poster in red ink is, "S.F. 1972". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_639.tif
 

Sand, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 20 x 13 in., paper 22 1/8 x 14.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for event . Event information is at the upper portion of the poster in purple and red ink. Yellow background. At the bottom of the poster is a square with "Take one!" written at the top of the square. Written on the back of the poster in pencil is, "S.F. 1972. AVG". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_639.tif
 

Sandino undated

Dimensions note: image 34.25 x 22.25 in., paper 35.25 x 23 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on lime green colored paper. Commemorative poster for Nicaraguan revolutionary Carlos Augusto Sandino. Text next to Sandino’s head reads, "Nicaragua 1927-1934 1a Guerrilla Latinoamericana Triunfante Contra El Imperialismo Yankee. Cesar Agusto Sandino.” Below his feet it states, “La Soberania de los Pueblos No se Discute Se Defiende con Las Armas." An image of Sandino comprises the center of the poster. He holds a rifle in his right hand, while wearing a hat and a bullet belt with a gun on his left holster. His last name is printed across him in large letters. The background consists of the colors black, green and blue. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_664.tif
 

Sandino General de Hombres Libres 1973

Dimensions note: image 27 x 18 in., paper 27.50 x 18.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

The image of Augusto Cesar Sandino is depicted in the middle of the right hand side of the poster. Behind him you can see the silhouettes of men who are holding up their weapons. On the bottom of the poster there is some text that reads as follows, "Sandino General de Hombres Libres". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_663.tif
 

La Seguridad Esta en Tus Manos undated

Dimensions note: image 22 x 16.75 in., paper 22 x 16.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on blue paper has an image of an orange hand its palm facing towards the viewer. There is some text that reads, "la seguridad está en tus manos". Right on the text there is an image that looks like the blade of a chainsaw which is depicted in gray ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_662.tif
 

Senior Art Exhibit, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 22 x 16 in., paper 22 x 16 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts a person's face surrounded by markings. The face and the markings take up the negative space of a brown background. Text reads, "University of the Pacific 8th Annual Senior Art Exhibit May 17-22 reception May 15 1-4 Gold Room Anderson Hall". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_661.tif
 

Siqueiros Exposicion de Homenaje, Announcement Poster For 1975

Dimensions note: image 23 3/8 x 18 in., paper 26.75 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for an exhibition of José David Alfaro Siqueiros' work. A portion from one of his murals spans the majority of the poster. Beneath the mural is event information text over a red background. The mural depicts a figure whose left hand is raised up wearing a head covering that covers its mouth and hair. Background of mural is red, white, and yellow. On the back of the announcement poster is biographical information of Siqueiros spanning from 1896 to 1974. Biographical text is in red ink on a white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_663.tif
 

Smoldering Central America 1982

Dimensions note: image 13 x 20.50 in., paper 13.75 x 21 1/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset poster on white paper. It has big text that reads, "Smoldering Central America The Politics and the Pain Starting July 25 The Examiner". Some of the letters are red and the others are white. The background is black and there is some red on the bottom. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_658.tif
 

Sol de Santa Clara Festival, Announcement Poster For 1974

Dimensions note: image 20.75 x 13 in., paper 21.75 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for Sol de Santa Clara Festival. At the upper half of the poster, the image of a person looking upward along with various mementos comprises a circle that is surrounded by the text of the title. The man and other items inside of the circle are in red ink while the text is in black ink. Below the image is event information in black ink. There are two black borders along the edge of the poster. At the bottom of the poster in the right-hand corner is text that reads, "Meg". Yellow background. No. of Prints: 2 Number of Prints: 2

Digital image file name

CEMA118_641.tif
 

Somebody's Watching You, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 24 x 18 1/8 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for the Somebody's Watching You event. In the middle of the poster are two figures that are holding two small pigs dressed as police officers in their hands. Event title at the top of the poster in red ink. Event information in the bottom half of the poster in yellow ink. Yellow and red background for poster. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_642.tif
 

Sometimes It Takes an Explosion to Bring About Change undated

Dimensions note: image 25.50 x 18 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster features a double portrait of Reies Lopez Tijerina with his fist raised. Another, enlarged, image of the fist appears in a circle in the lower portion of the print. Text reads, "Sometimes It Takes An Explosion To Bring About Change For Every Act Of Violence In The History Of Mankind There Has Been An Independence A Freeing Tijerina". Colors are black and purple on yellow paper. The upper right corner is dog-eared. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_657.tif
 

Somos Aztlan undated

Dimensions note: image 20 x 14 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Brown background. Stylized border with a tripartite symbol of the busts of three men at center of image. One has a distinctly indigenous profile, another with European features, perhaps a reference to mestizaje. Primary colors are light blue, yellow, and black. "SOMOS" is embedded in the border above the three busts and "AZTLAN" is embedded at the border below the three busts. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_546.tif
 

South African Bantustans (Protest), Announcement Poster for 1976

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 16 in., paper 21.75 x 16 5/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

On the top of the right hand corner there is an image of a South African man carrying what appears to be a body in his hands, it is not clear who that person is. The South African man is depicted in black and white and the individual that he is carrying is in red ink. Towards the left of the image there is text. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_656.tif
 

Stop the Bombing U.S. Out Now, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 21 x 16 in., paper 22.75 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for SMC, the Student Mobilization Committee, tour of the United States. In the upper portion of the poster, a bomb is descending towards on top of a photograph of people at the bottom of the poster. Event information stems from the bomb's path in black ink. Orange and black ink on white background. On the back of the poster is a flier for the organization with their contact information and a list of tour dates for their speaking tour across the United States. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_643.tif
 

Stop U.S. Intervention in El Salvador! No More Vietnam Wars! 1981

Dimensions note: image 14.50 x 10 7/8 in., paper 15 x 11.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Inscribed at bottom, "Casa El Salvador 'Farabundo Marti' ' Printed serigraph, Oxnard, Ca". Image of map of North, Central, and South America with a sniper's aim on El Salvador. Text reads, "Stop U.S. Intervention in El Salvador! No More Vietnam Wars!" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_532.tif
 

Sydvietnam: Malsar Torterades I Varandras Åsyn. undated

Dimensions note: image 15 x 17 in., paper 27.50 x 19.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset image of a man being pulled from his shirt by a soldier. The soldier is holding a rifle and the man that is being pulled looks like he is surprised and is saying something. Above the image there is text written in a foreign language. At the very top it reads, "Sydvietnam:" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_654.tif
 

Teatro Triangulo, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 15.50 x 12.50 in., paper 17 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for Teatro Triangulo. In the upper portion of the poster are two faces that are propped next to each other. Between their eyes is hollowed out to reveal two characters, Buffalo Bill and Credulilandia. Event information is beneath the two faces in green and purple ink. Black, blue, purple, and green ink on white background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_644.tif
 

TENAZ Festival de Bronze, Announcement Poster for 1974

Dimensions note: image 24.50 x 17.50 in., paper 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Tenaz. Teatro Nacional de Aztlan Presents El Primer Festival De Bronze a Raza Theater Festival of Northern Califas Performing At-St. Peter's Hall 24th and Alabama Sts. SF April 19, 20, 21 Donations Will Be Accepted. Presents Los Topos, Las Cucarachas, Teatro Campesino, Con Safos el Quetzal, La Gente. For More Info: 8261530". On a light blue background of the text there is an image of stylized Aztec flower. Below the text there is an image of woman emerging out of a volcano. She is looking down and has her arms pointing towards the sky. She is depicted in brown ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_653.tif
 

Third World Studies in the University Symposium, Announcement Poster For 1976

Dimensions note: image 16.50 x 22 in., paper 17.50 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement poster for symposium. In the bottom center and right of the poster are outlines of outstretched hands. Event information is above the hands as well as to the left of the hands. Background is yellow on the left that fades into purple on the right. Ink is orange. Written in pencil at the bottom right of the image is "1976." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_646.tif
 

Third World Studies The Struggle Continues, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 30.50 x 14 in., paper 31 x 15 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on computer paper announcement poster for "Third World Studies-The Struggle Continues...Picket Oct. 3 Noon Sather Gate. Rally Oct. 4 Noon Sproul". The brown and black text is surrounded by a yellow, black, red, and brown border that is in a shape of a rectangle and at the top the lines meet to form an x. Above the x shaped lines there is a red fist surrounded by black text that reads, "United To Win The Third World College". The background is white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_522.tif
 

This is the American Cake ca. 1973-1974

Dimensions note: image 22 x 17 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

The image of a cake is depicted in the offset. Each layer of cake has some text. Starting from bottom to top the text reads, "Struggle, Exploitation, Corruption, Drug Traffic, Air America, Racism". On top of the word "Struggle" is a protesting crowd that has torn down the "O" and "N" from the word "Exploitation". At the very top of the poster is a skull that is signing the piece sign. Text around the skull reads, "This is the American Cake. Este Es El Pastel Americano". On the bottom center of the poster is additional text that reads, "National Committee to Free Los Tres 4400 Huntington Drive South!!! LA. Calif. 90032 223-3471". Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_523.tif
 

La Tierra Es de Quien la Trabaja undated

Dimensions note: image 23.50 x 16.50 in., paper 25.50 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A full sized image of Emiliano Zapata covers the center of the poster. He is wearing the traditional a charro suit with cowboy boots and sombrero. Besides him there is text that reads, "Grupo Mascarones. La Tierra Es De Quien La Trabaja. Emiliano Zapata." Above it is the name “Grupo Mascarones” a well known political theatre group in Mexico City. The text and Zapata are depicted in brown ink. Some of the text is written in block letters, they are not aligned to one another while Zapata's name is written in handwriting. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_524.tif
 

Tomorrow Will You Know My Name? undated

Dimensions note: image 16.50 x 13 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A black and white image of the statue of liberty is giving her back but glancing at the viewer. Black and white stripes cover her and part of the silkscreen, they are representative of the U.S.A. flag, but backwards. In the corner where the stars should be there is black text that reads, "Tomorrow Will You Know My Name?" Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_552.tif
 

Tupamaros, Film Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 18 x 16 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen film poster for "Tupamaros. An Exclusive Inside View of Uruguay's Renowned Urban Guerrilla Organization. A Film By Jan Lindquist/ A Tricontinental Film Center Release. A yellow star with a red outline and the letters "MLN" inside the star is depicted on the top half of the silkscreen. Below the right side of the star there is an image of a man depicted in yellow, black and white. The background is white and above the star there is text that reads, "If You Dug 'State of Siege', You must see..." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_553.tif
 

Turkiet undated

Dimensions note: image 18 x 10.25 in., paper 19.50 x 13.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts a photograph of a man, possibly a political prisoner. Swedish text in black reads, "Turkiet Suleyman Ege har dömts till 30 års fängelse och ytterligare flera års förvisning till avlägsna orter på den turkiska landsbygden. Han är förlaäggare och författare och hans 'brott' består av att ha 'spridit kommunistpropaganda', dvs givit ut och skrivit böcker om socialismen. Sedan slutet av april 1971 råder undantagstillstånd i stora delar av Turkiet. Arbertarpartiet TIP har förbjudits, liksom en del fackliga organisationer. En rad vänstertidskrifter har förklarats olagliga, och listor har publicerats över böcker som förbjudits, däribland dem som Ege översatt och utgivit. Omkring 2 500 arresterade har ställts inför militärdomstol, och de domar som hittills fällts har varit mycket stränga. Av dödsdomarna vertkställdes tre i maj 1972. Rapporter har nått omvärlden om brutal och systematisk tortyr under polisförhören." There are four perforations, one in each of the four corners. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_554.tif
 

TWLF Huelga! undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 13 in., paper 21 x 13 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías

Description

Silkscreen poster depicts the silhouetted image of a hand and fist raised above a head. The rest of the figure is cropped. Text reads, "TWLF ¡Huelga!" There are two Chinese characters in yellow. Colors are dark blue on a brown background. There are smudges of dirt or ink on the left side and a long diagonal scratch in the center of the print. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_573.tif
 

Two Contemporary Cuban Artists, Announcement Poster for 1981

Dimensions note: image 22.25 x 17 1/8 in., paper 22.75 x 17 5/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset announcement poster for "Galeria Museo and The Institute for Cuban Cultural Exchange."There is an image of a man who is wearing a hat and has his arms crossed. His image is in black, white and gray colors. Underneath the image there is text that reads, "Two Contemporary Cuban Artists Eduardo Roca "Choco" and Nelson Domínguez October 2-21, 1981. Drawings and Prints Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission st. S.F." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_572.tif
 

U.C. Berkeley MECHA Fiesta de Bienvenida, Announcement Poster For 1974

Dimensions note: image 22 1/8 x 16.50 in., paper 23 1/8 x 17.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Pink background. Image of a monkey in purple ink at upper left corner of poster. Event information in upper right corner and bottom of poster. Map of U.C. Berkeley campus at bottom of poster. Written on back of poster is "1974. Bkly." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_616.tif
 

UNITE undated

Dimensions note: image 18.50 x 13 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A gradated black to red image of a hand gripping the peace sign is depicted above text that reads, "Unite." The background is white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_571.tif
 

United Samoan Organization Benefit Dance, Announcement Poster For undated

Dimensions note: image 13 x 7.50 in., paper 14 x 8.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

At the top of the poster is a drawing of an island with palm trees and a setting sun. Beneath the drawing is event information in orange text. White background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_652.tif
 

Untitled undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 16.25 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silk screen depicts a Chicano nuclear family in black and brown ink on yellow paper. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_569.tif
 

Untitled undated

Dimensions note: image 24.75 in., paper 25 x 17.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

The image of an old woman covers the whole poster. She is clasping her hands and has a very serious look on her face. The background is white and her clothing is black. Two sided poster with the same image and colors. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_570.tif
 

Usa Tu Seguridad undated

Dimensions note: image 22 x 17 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster has images of shoes in a uniform way with the exception of two sneakers that look like the Chuck Taylor Converse. One of the Chuck's is in the same color as the rest and there is a big circle with a line across it that reads "NO". On the bottom of the poster there is some text that reads, "Usa Tu Seguridad." The colors used are red, black and white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_570.tif
 

Victory to the N.L.F. undated

Dimensions note: image No size specified in., paper
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Image depicts four armed figures, all appear to be males. Two are holding rifles in their hands. Beneath them text reads, “Victory to the N.L.F” which refers to the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam (NLF), also known as the ‘Vietcong’. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_648.tif
 

Victory to the Vietnamese, Announcement Poster For 1972

Dimensions note: image 16 7/8 x 11.50 in., paper 18 x 12.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Announcement for a park dance. Image at the top of the poster is a silhouettte of three people holding hands while the man on the left is waving a Vietnam flag. Text in the top right corner reads, "Victory to the Vietnamese" in yellow ink. Beneath the image is event information in yellow text. Background of the image at the top of the poster is red while background for event information is blue. Yellow background over poster. Written on the back of the poster in pencil is, "S.F. Summer '72. USA." Rupert Garcia noted that the poster resembles the work of Jane Norling. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_649.tif
 

Vietnam Will Win undated

Dimensions note: image 17.25 x 6.75 in., paper 18 x 8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkcreen poster depicts a Vietnamese soldier holding up a rifle. Text reads, "Vietnam Will Win." The ink is black and the paper is white. There is a large crease toward the bottom of the print. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_566.tif
 

Viva La Raza Indio Mestizo Hispano Latino Mexicano Chicano undated

Dimensions note: image 21 x 17 in., paper 21.75 x 17 5/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen poster on cardstock depicts a map of Latin America (including Aztlán) in white on a green background. The face of Ernesto "Che" Guevara appears in the upper right corner, and an image of the armed, bandoliered Zapata appears in the lower left corner. Text in red ink reads, "Viva La Raza Indio Mestizo Hispano Latino Mexicano Chicano." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_564.tif
 

Viva La Resistencia Chilena undated

Dimensions note: image 12.50 x 7.75 in., paper 14 x 8.50 in.
creator: Romero, Rachael

Description

Linocut poster depicts a man with his fist raised and a woman behind him with barbed wire in the background. Text reads, "Demand The Release Of MIR Leader Edgardo Enriquez And Regina Marcondes From Prison In Argentina Write And Cable Now! Gen Jorge Videla Casa Rosada Buenos Aires Argentina Arentine Embassy 1600 New Hampshire Ave NW Washington DC Viva La Resistencia Chilena." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_574.tif
 

Viva Villa Cabrones undated

Dimensions note: image 23 x 15 in., paper 25 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

The image of Pancho Villa riding a horse and a group of men following. The silkscreen is on orange paper and the image and text is on brown ink. The text on the poster reads, "Grupo Mascarones. Viva Villa Cabrones! La Revolucion No Ha Terminado..." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_563.tif
 

Wanted 1976

Dimensions note: image 26 x 16 in., paper 26 x 16 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Poster promoting the Campaign for the Abolition of Torture in Uruguay in 1976. Text at the top of the poster reads, "Wanted: Your signature against torture in Uruguay." In the center of the poster are black and white photographs of various Uruguayans who were tortured to death by the Uruguayan government. At the center of the photographs is a map of Uruguay in relation to Argentina and Brazil. Campaign information is listed at the bottom of the poster. White background. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_650.tif
 

The War Machine Goes On and On and On and On And undated

Dimensions note: image 20 x 14 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A black and white image of gears with a blood running down from them is depicted on a white background with black text above it that reads, "The War Machine Goes on an On and On and on and..." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_562.tif
 

When the People Awake, Film Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 18 x 13 in., paper 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen film poster of "A New Feature Length Color Documentary On Chile. When The People Awake. A Tricontinental Film Center Production." In the middle of the silkscreen there is an image of people walking together sort of like a protest. There is a woman and a man leading the protest. The man is holding a baby in his arms. Some of the people behind them are holding banners and posters. The image and some of the text is in brown ink while the rest of is in red ink. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_561.tif
 

Why Third World Studies Now? Educational Forum Past and Present Issues, Announcement Poster for 1973

Dimensions note: image 31 x 14 in., paper 33 x 14.50 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen on computer paper announcement poster for "Educational Forum Past and Present Issues." At the very top of the silkscreen there is a black fist with black text around it that reads, "United To Win The Third World College" The rest of the text is surrounded by a black and red bordering a shape of a long rectangle the text inside reads, "Why Third World Studies Now? Thurs. - Oct. 17. 12 Noon Wheeler Aud. TWUF." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_325.tif
 

The Working Imagination, Prints by Bruce Kaipeir undated

Dimensions note: image No size specified in., paper
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A silkscreen image of a window cleaner writing text advertising “Prints by Bruce Kaiper”. There is a lady on the inside of the window looking out to the men writing on the dirty window instead of cleaning it. The colors used are shades of green on the window. The man is wearing blue and the lady is wearing a red dress. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_651.tif
 

XIV Exposicion Turistica, Announcement Poster For 1973

Dimensions note: image 27 5/8 x 18 5/8 in., paper 27 5/8 x 18 5/8 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Photograph of 7 various masks with 'Madera' in pink block lettering at bottom left of poster. Event information listed at bottom and upper right corner of poster. Written on back, "Para Saichi y Marti." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_444.tif
 

Yes on U undated

Dimensions note: image 21.25 x 17 in., paper 22 x 16.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

A big bold white letter U is located in the middle of the poster. The sides of the U look like houses that fade into the brown background. The text right under the U says "In a city short on housing ...U goes a long way. Save the I-Hotel Yes on U Paid for by the Yes on U committee, Anne Shwartz, Treasurer Printed by Central Press Of California, 4655 Sixth Street, San Francisco." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_560.tif
 

Young Lords Party undated

Dimensions note: image 28 x 18 in., paper 28 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Offset image of four machine guns. The machine guns are purple on a black background. At the top of the poster there is a circle with a purple Puerto Rican Flag and "YLP" initials with a machine gun inside of it. There is text on top of the poster that reads, "Young Lords Party." The four guns have text inside of them that reads, "Health, Food, Housing, and Education." The letters are in white. In the gun clip there is the word "Struggle" in all of them. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_559.tif
 

Zarco Guerrero from Arizona his Masks and Sculptures, Announcement Poster for ca. 1980

Dimensions note: image 16 x 10.25 in., paper 17 x 11 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Silkscreen print depicts a skull mask with covered in designs. Four lightning bolts come out of the corners. The text in black ink and a white background states "Zarco Guerrero from Arizona his Masks and Sculptures May 30- June 22 Come to the opening exhibit Friday May 30th 7:30pm Regular Show Hours Sat. and Sun. 10- 5 Or By Appointment 1205 28th. St. (28th and 'B' Streets) Golden Hills 295- 0384 Solart Gallery" There is a cancellation postage stamp dated, "May 20, 1980, San Diego, CA." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_558.tif
 

Zionism is Racism 1977

Dimensions note: image 21.50 x 16.75 in., paper 21.50 x 16.75 in.
creator: Fuentes, Juan R.

Description

Zionism is Racism 2nd Anniversary of the U.N. Resolution Condemning Zionism As A Form of Racism November 1977 Organization of Arab Students in the U.S. and Canada, is the text found on the offset print. There is an image of a group of men, Two of them seem to be police officers while two other ones are being arrested. One of the individuals is being held from his shirt and he is pointing at himself as if he was talking to someone who is accusing him of something. All the men are looking towards the left. Their images are composed of red, black and white. The background is red. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_557.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 25.50 x 19.25 in., paper 26.25 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Depiction of an adobe village. There is a blue sky with some birds flying over it. The village has a river flowing right by it and there is green vegetation. Could be by V. Vasquez, as it is in a similar color scheme and style as the majority of their other works. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_537.tif
 

Jornada de Solidaridad con el pueblo Afroamericano, Announcement Poster for undated

Dimensions note: image 20.50 x 12 in., paper 21.50 x 13.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description

Text reads, “Day of Solidarity with the Afro-American People/ August 18.” There is a black silhouetted head with a pink tree and native warriors. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_626.tif
 

(title unknown) 1972

Dimensions note: image 11.25 x 8.50 in., paper 20 x 13 in.
creator: Artist Unknown (a student of Rupert Garcia)

Description

An image of a cowboy is depicted in black and white holding two guns. He is wearing his cowboy hat and a scarf around his neck. There is a second image on the back of the silkscreen of Richard Nixon wearing a hat with the U.S.A. flag colors. There is text below and next to his image that reads, "Dickies. Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Dickies Are Dangerous to Your Health." There are various colors on the background, which are red, blue and white. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_556.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 22.50 x 17 5/8 in., paper 22.50 x 17 5/8 in.
creator: Artworks

Description

Advertisement for South West Africa People's Organization for Namibia. Light green background. Image of two men with rifles. Text reads, "SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organization): the people armed". Contact information printed at bottom of poster. Text reads, "Printing labor and materials donated by Glad Day Press. Designed by Artworks." Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_545.tif
 

(title unknown) undated

Dimensions note: image 12.50 x 10.50 in., paper 12.50 x 10.50 in.
creator: Auk

Description

Marker drawing on construction paper is an abstract design of spirals. The marker is black and brown. Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_094.tif
 

Decade of The Chicano 1980 Calendar 1979

Dimensions note: image 21.75 x 16.50 in., paper 21.75 x 16.50 in.
creator: Avalos, David

Description

The image of Emiliano Zapata is depicted above the calendar. There is text on both sides of him that reads, "Better to die on your feet than to live on your knees. Vale mas morir de pie que vivir de rodillas." The number "1980" is depicted in large numbers with the "Committee of Chicano Rights, Inc (CCR)" in the middle of the 19 and the 80. Right below it is text that reads, "Decade of the Chicano." The months and dates are located underneath the text. Rare graphic by David Avalos, San Diego artist and activist. Calendar produced as fundraiser for Committee of Chicano Rights in San Diego, CA. Poster signed by Avalos. [See biographic entry in appendix.] Number of Prints: 1

Digital image file name

CEMA118_086.tif
 

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