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Flora Patencio Collection
1992.001  
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Series I: Documents and Ephemera 1937-1967

Physical Description: 0.5 linear ft.

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Documents and ephemera collected by Flora Patencio.
Box 133: Folder 1

Report

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"1962 Progress Report" (1962)
Box 133: Folder 2

Report

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"Annual Progress Report: Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians, 1952" (1952)
Box 133: Folder 3

Bill

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"H.R. 7450: To authorize the sale of part of the lands belonging to the Palm Springs or Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians, and for other purposes." Two copies. (June 9, 1937)
Box 133: Folder 4

Letter

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Letter from tribal members to Congressman John Tunney. Thanks Tunney for asking for an investigation of the guardianship program. (June 8, 1967)
Box 133: Folder 5

Proposal

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"City of Palm Springs Proposal to Purchase Airport Lands from Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians". (December 23, 1952)
Box 133: Folder 6

Report

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"S. 1007: Recommendations of the State Advisory Commission on Indian Affairs" (February, 1966)
Box 133: Folder 7

Newsletter

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Mission Indian Federation newsletter. (July 22, 1967)
Box 133: Folder 8

Magazine

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Westways Magazine. Includes "Cure Water of the Cahuillas" featuring Albert Patencio, the hot spring, bathhouse, and a photo of Flora Patencio. (February, 1942)
 

Series II: Newspaper Clippings

Physical Description: 2 linear ft. (Non-Accessioned Boxes A-D)

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Newspaper articles clipped by Flora Patencio pertaining to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other Native American topics. Foldered in no particular order. Sources/dates often not known.