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Guide to the Harry Gamboa Jr. Papers, 1968-1995
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CONTAINER LIST

 

Series I: Original Manuscripts by Gamboa

Box 1, Folder 3

"100 Alibis" 19941 of 2.

Box 1, Folder 4

"100 Alibis", 19942 of 2: original text art from "The Urban Desert" exhibition.

Box 1, Folder 5

"Alibi No" 1984

Box 1, Folder 6

"Antizona" 1987

Box 1, Folder 7

"Ashes to Ashes, Smog to Smog" 1992"Baby Kake" 1985

Box 1, Folder 8

"Bravo Heights" 1987

Box 1, Folder 9

"Chaka L.A. CA" 1992

Box 1, Folder 10

"Chicano Art in L.A." n.d.

Box 1, Folder 11

"Cold Java" 1991

Box 1, Folder 12

"Club Limbo" 1989

Box 1, Folder 13

"Exit Rey" 1987

Box 1, Folder 14

"Hate Male" 1991

Box 1, Folder 15

"Head's Turn" 1991

Box 1, Folder 16

"Hiss Panic and Other Poems" 1992

Box 1, Folder 17

"I Don't Buy My Tacos from Trucks Parked Too Close to Sex Change Clinics" 1988

Box 1, Folder 18

"Ignore the Dents", "Double Negativity" and "Asphalt" 1990produced together.

Box 1, Folder 19

"In the Realm of the Senseless" 1994

Box 1, Folder 20

"Ismania" 1987

Box 1, Folder 21

"Jetter's Jinx" 1985

Box 1, Folder 22

"Kiko's Hut" 1991

Box 1, Folder 23

"Light at the End of Tunnel Vision" 1994

Box 1, Folder 24

"No Alibi" 1991

Box 1, Folder 25

"No Beans in My Tortilla" 1991

Box 1, Folder 26

"No Crossing" 1988

Box 1, Folder 27

"No Supper" 1987

Box 1, Folder 28

"Off Lines" 1988

Box 2, Folder 1

"Orphans of Modernism" 1984Acts I and II.

Box 2, Folder 2

"Oscar's Middle Finger" 1992

Box 2, Folder 3

"Past Imperfecto" 1992

Box 2, Folder 4

"Pinguino" 1980

Box 2, Folder 5

"Refractions of Home" 1994

Box 2, Folder 6

"Rush Hour" 1991

Box 2, Folder 7

"Shadow Solo" 1982

Box 2, Folder 8

"Urban Exile" 1984

Box 2, Folder 9

"Vaporz" 1984

Box 2, Folder 10

"Vex Requiem" 19891 of 3: description of scenes/outline.

Box 2, Folder 11

"Vex Requiem", 19892 of 3: 1st draft.

Box 2, Folder 12

"Vex Requiem", 19903 of 3: unfinished 2nd draft; final draft.

Box 2, Folder 13

"Void and Vain" 1983

Box 2, Folder 14

"Where They Found Javier" 1992

Box 2, Folder 15

"Whichever Way the Lead Blows" 1992

Box 2, Folder 16

"Writer's Blockade" 1991

 

Series II: Photocopied Manuscripts by Gamboa

Box 2, Folder 17

"Cafe O'Lay" 1991

Box 2, Folder 18

"Chavalo Was Lost at Sí" 1991

Box 2, Folder 19

"Focus on the Invisible" 1989

Box 2, Folder 20

"Lorena's Lament" c. 1987

Box 2, Folder 21

"Vacant Tour" 1980

Box 2, Folder 22

Original mail art 1975-1977by Gamboa: "Artopsy", "Dia de los Muertos", "Autologue I", "Autologue II", "Young Boy in the 50s !", "Young Buy in the 50s II", "Red Gun 40/130"; "90 Proof Loaf" 1984postcard by Gamboa.

Box 2, Folder 23

Original text art by Gamboa used to produce fliers.

Box 2, Folder

Original text art by Gamboa used to produce fliers, for "Connections 2"exhibit.

Box 2, Folder 24

Original notes: Gamboa 1988-1995Barbara Carrasco 1992

Box 2, Folder 25

Correspondence regarding grant applications/awards/rejections 1980-1995

Box 2, Folder 26

East Los Angeles walkouts and related miscellaneous/Garfield High School c. 1968-1970

 

Series III: Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials

Box 2, Folder 27

Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials, 1 of 7: A-Ar 1972-1994

Box 2, Folder 28

Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials, 2of 7: ASCO 1974-1985

Box 2, Folder 29

Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials, 3 of 7: B-F 1975-1994

Box 3, Folder 1

Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials, 4 of 7: Gamboa 1981-1988

Box 3, Folder 2

Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials, 5 of 7: H-J 1983-1992

Box 3, Folder 3

Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials, 6 of 7: L-P 1975-1993

Box 3, Folder 4

Gamboa/ASCO exhibition materials, 7 of 7: R-W 1973-1994

Box 3, Folder 5

Gamboa/ASCO miscellaneous, 1 of 3:

Box 3, Folder 5

Benavídez/Vozoff, "The Wall: Image and Boundary, Chicano Art in the 1970s" 1984

Box 3, Folder 5

"A Biennial Scorecard" 1995

Box 3, Folder 5

Brookman,A./Brookman, P., "Mi Otro Yo-My Other Self" 1986documentary transcript

Box 3, Folder 5

Danmarks Radio: "Hispanics in the U.S.A." 1984radio transcriptGamboa, "Taking People to the Wall in Mesa" 1984"Exilio Urbano" in La Opinion"Urban Exile" in Newsweek1984

Box 3, Folder 5

Hollander, "Iluminando Fronteras" 1994in Poliester

Box 3, Folder 5

Noriega, "Talking Heads, Body Politic" 1994

Box 3, Folder 5

Sanchez/Barnet-Sanches: "Chicano Murals: Cultural Representation of and American Community" n.d.

Box 3, Folder 6

Gamboa/ASCO miscellaneous, 2 of 3: reviews 1973-1994

Box 3, Folder 7

Gamboa/ASCO miscellaneous, 3 of 3: clippings 1978-1992

Box 3, Folder 8

CARA Chicano Art-Resistance and Affirmation/ASCO video project, 1 of 3: video proposal and essay by Gamboa c. 1990

Box 3, Folder 9

CARA Chicano Art-Resistance and Affirmation/ASCO video project, 2 of 3: pamphlets/correspondence c. 1990

Box 3, Folder 10

CARA Chicano Art-Resistance and Affirmation/ASCO video project, 3 of 3: photographs 1974, 1985

Box 3, Folder 11

Gamboa at Cal Arts, 1 of 3: miscellaneous student work and correspondence 1989

Box 3, Folder 12

Gamboa at Cal Arts, 2 of 3: Dirk Westphal, work/correspondence 1989-1993CAUTION: Folder contains SHARP-EDGED metal sheet art.

Box 3, Folder 13

Gamboa at Cal Arts, 3 of 3: photographs 1989

 

Series IV: General Correspondence

Box 3, Folder 14

Almaraz, Carlos 1982-1993including artist profile by Gamboa.

Box 3, Folder 14

Arteaga, Alfred n.d., 1994-1995

Box 3, Folder 14

Avalos, David 1985-c. 1994including copies of work.

Box 3, Folder 14

Benavídez, Max 1984-1995

Box 3, Folder 15

Buitrón, Robert 1983-1994

Box 3, Folder 16

Carrasco, Barbara, 1 of 3: reproductions of work, exhibition materials 1985-1994

Box 3, Folder 17

Carrasco, Barbara, 2 of 3: artist profile by Gamboa n.d.clippings 1982-1985

Box 3, Folder 18

Carrasco, Barbara, 3 of 3: correspondence and photos 1985-1995

Box 4, Folder 1

Carrillo, Sean, 1 of 2: correspondence 1980-1981

Box 4, Folder 2

Carrillo, Sean, 2 of 2: color Xerox photo notebook from "Gamboa 82" exhibit, "Brown in Black and White" 1982

Box 4, Folder 3

Cordova, Ralph n.d., 1982-1994

Box 4, Folder 4

Cristeto, Armando 1991-1993

Box 4, Folder 4

Cyclona 1993-1994[RESTRICTION: Do not reproduce photo of CYCLONA].

Box 4, Folder 4

España, Frances Salome 1989-1992

Box 4, Folder 4

Favela, Ramon 1987-1995

Box 4, Folder 4

Fusco, Coco 1990-1992

Box 4, Folder 5

Gamboa, Diane 1983-1991

Box 4, Folder 6

Gamboa, Diego 1985-1987

Box 4, Folder 6

Gamboa, Harry T. and Carmen n.d., 1981

Box 4, Folder 7

Gamboa outgoing correspondence:

Box 4, Folder 7

Memo to ASCO members regarding ASCO break-up 3/31/87

Box 4, Folder 7

Fax correspondence 1990, 1993

Box 4, Folder 8

Garcia, Lorraine 1987

Box 4, Folder 8

Garcia, Willie 1994

Box 4, Folder 8

Garza, Juan 1986-1987

Box 4, Folder 8

Goldman, Shifra 1990-1994

Box 4, Folder 9

Gonzales, Ricardo n.d., 1990

Box 4, Folder 10

Gronk Glugio Nicondra

Box 4, Folder 10

Guglielmo, Rudy n.d., 1991-1995

Box 4, Folder 10

Herrera, Juan Felipe 1994-1995

Box 4, Folder 10

Juárez, Miguel 1992

Box 4, Folder 10

Limon, Leo 1973

Box 4, Folder 11

Lujan, Magu 1983-1987

Box 4, Folder 11

Marchand, Arthur 1980-1993

Box 4, Folder 12

Martinez, Daniel J. 1984-1993

Box 4, Folder 13

Medina, Joe n.d., 1994

Box 4, Folder 13

Montoya, Richard 1987-1989

Box 4, Folder 13

Museum of Modern Art, New York 1993-1994

Box 4, Folder 13

Navarro, Raymond 1990

Box 4, Folder 13

Olsen, Mark 1988-1994

Box 4, Folder 13

Rascón, Armando n.d., 1992-1994

Box 4, Folder 13

Rodriguez, Eloy n.d., 1989

Box 4, Folder 14

Rosas, Alejandro 1986-1991Salazar, Rick 1992-1994Sanchez, Marcos and Holly Barnet-Sanchez 1986-1992

Box 4, Folder 15

Sandoval, Humberto n.d., 1982Sandoval, Sandra 1993

Box 4, Folder 16

Trejo, Ruben 1990-1991Treviño, Jesús Salvador n.d., 1987-1995

Box 4, Folder 17

Valadez, John 1981-1984

Box 4, Folder 18

Valdez, Patssi n.d., 1978-1986

Box 4, Folder 19

Valverde, Ricardo 1981-1983photographs of Gamboa.

Box 4, Folder 20

Varela, Willie 1992-1995Vargas, Jack 1995

Box 4, Folder 21

Vargas, Apolina 1991-1993Zaneta 1985-1994Zaragosa 1971-1993

Box 4, Folder 22

Velazquez, Gerardo 1989-1993

Box 4, Folder 23

Villa, Raul n.d., 1991

Box 4, Folder 23

Villarreal, Danny 1987

Box 4, Folder 23

Viramontes, Helena Maria 1985-1992

Box 4, Folder 23

Whitney Museum of American Art 1995

Box 5, Folder 1

Yañez, René n.d., 1988-1994

Box 5, Folder 2

Miscellaneous Correspondence.

 

Series V: Publications

Box 5, Folder 3

201 1982incl. "A Rival Departure" by Gamboa.

Box 5, Folder 4

Actuel 7-8/87incl. article "Les Chicanos" with mention of Gamboa and associated Chicano artists.

Box 5, Folder 5

Americas 2001 11-12/87cover photo of Dolores Huerta by Gamboa.

Box 5, Folder 6

Ancient Roots, New Visions 1977-1979incl. "Tu Culpa, Mi Culpa" by Gamboa 1978

Box 5, Folder 7

Art Forum Newsletter 11/84mentions Gamboa.

Box 5, Folder 8

Art in America 9/80

Box 5, Folder 9

Art in America, 12/87

Box 5, Folder 9

Art in America, 6/92incl. article "Chicano Identities" with ASCO, other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 5, Folder 10

Art Press 8/90; 9/90; 10/90including Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 5, Folder 11

Artes Visuales 6/81incl. Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 5, Folder 12

Attitudes and Expressions, incl. photo of Harry and Diego Gamboa by Daniel J. Martinez. 11/84-1/85The Brat Songbook. ( Therese Covarrubias is the Brat)

Box 5, Folder 13

The Broken Line 5/86incl. quote from "Urban Exile" by Gamboa, other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 5, Folder 14

Caminos 3/80incl. photo essay "Day of the Focus" by Gamboa;

Box 5, Folder 14

Caminos, 10/83including "ASCO 83" by Gamboa.

Box 5, Folder 15

Cantos 1991poetry by Alfred Arteaga.

Box 5, Folder 16

Chicanarte 1975incl. sculpture "Colonial Failure Kit" by Gamboa.

Box 5, Folder 17

Chicano Codices 1992incl. "The Single Element" by Gamboa, work by other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 5, Folder 18

Chicano Expressions 1986incl. drawing "Assassin's Trace" by Gamboa; work by other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 5, Folder 19

Chismearte 1976incl. interview: Gamboa, Gronk ASCO

Box 5, Folder 19

Chismearte, 1984including "Shadow Solo" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 1

Connections 2 1994exhibit incl. "Echoes in the Impasse" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 1

Cono Sur 1993

Box 6, Folder 2

Contemporary Identites 1993incl. photos from "Chicano Male Unbonded" series by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 3

Corazon de Aztlan 1-2/82incl. "No Gray Matter" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 3

Corazon de Aztlan, 3-4/82incl. "Ins and Outs" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 4

Counterweight 11/92-1/93including "Fire Medicine" video by Gamboa not pictured

Box 6, Folder 5

De Colores: The Best of Chicano Fictions 1981incl. "Pseudotourquoisers" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 6

Education and the Mexican American Community 4/68

Box 6, Folder 7

Empowering Raza Youth Through the Arts II 1994incl. photos of students by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 8

Festival Internacional de Video III1990catalogue and program, incl. "L.A. Merge" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 9

Forty Years of California Assemblage 1989

Box 6, Folder 10

Framework 1990incl. "Double Negativity" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 10

Framework, 1992incl. "Chavalo Was Lost at Sí" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 11

Grito del Sol 7-9/76incl. "Cruel Profit" by Gamboa.

Box 6, Folder 12

Hecho en Latinoamerica 1978incl. photos by Gamboa.

Box 7, Folder 1

Hecho en Latinoamerica II 1981incl. photos by Gamboa.

Box 7, Folder 2

Helter Skelter 1992incl. "Rush Hour" and "Low and Flow" by Gamboa, work by other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 7, Folder 3

High Performance 1981incl. ASCO "No Phantoms", photos by Gamboa.

Box 7, Folder 3

High Performance, 1986including "Art with a Chicano Accent" article mentioning Gamboa, other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 7, Folder 4

High Performance, 1989incl. "Social Afterimages" art seminar taught by Gamboa.

Box 7, Folder 4

High Performance, 1992incl. "Asphalt/Asfalto" poem by Gamboa.

Box 7, Folder 5

Hispanic Art in the United States 1987incl. Gamboa-associated artists, mentions Gamboa.

Box 7, Folder 6

Hispanic Theatre in the United States and Puerto Rico 1988incl. Gamboa/ASCO.

Box 7, Folder 7

Ignore the Dents 1990a "Micro Urban Opera" written by Gamboa.

Box 7, Folder 8

Imagine 1986incl. "Urban Exile", "Zen Visibility" and "Belted Consent" by Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 1

Journal 1987incl. "The Chicano Artist Inside and Outside the Mainstream" by Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 2

Jumpcut 1994incl. "The No Movie Interview" re: ASCO, by Gronk and Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 3

La Luz 10/77incl. "Film, Television and Treviño" by Gamboa, re: Jesus Salvador Treviño.

Box 8, Folder 4

La Raza 1971re: Chicano civil rights issues.

Box 8, Folder 5

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions LACE10 Years Documented 1987incl. Gamboa, others.

Box 8, Folder 6

Los Angeles Exhibition LAX1994including Gamboa, Daniel J. Martinez.

Box 8, Folder 7

L.A. Hot and Cool 1988incl. Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 8

Los Angeles Theatre Center 9/85-5/86incl. ASCO.

Box 8, Folder 9

Los Angeles Times Magazine 3/27/88incl. article "Born in East L.A." re: Chicano artists.

Box 8, Folder 10

Made in Aztlan 1986incl. Gamboa, others.

Box 8, Folder 11

MALDEF 1980re: Mexican American Legal Defense Fund MALDEF

Box 8, Folder 12

Metamorfosis 1984-1985incl. "Urban Exile" by Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 13

Metaphor 1995incl. "L.A. Familia" by Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 14

Museum of Contemporary Art MOCAAuction 1994incl. photo "Patssi Valdez" by Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 15

Neworld 1976incl. "Gronk and Herrón" interview by Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 15

Neworld, 1980incl. "Gronk: Off-The-Wall Artist" interview by Gamboa.

Box 8, Folder 16

Newsweek 2/3/92

Box 8, Folder 17

Off the Street 4-5/85incl. Gamboa, others.

Box 9, Folder 1

OMNI 2/91

Box 9, Folder 2

Oversight 1992incl. "Collapse of Memory" by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 3

Photography 3/79incl. article "The Mexican Americans."

Box 9, Folder 4

El Playano 1972, 1973including work by Gamboa, other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 9, Folder 5

Police-Comunity Relationships in E.L.A., Calif. 1970

Box 9, Folder 6

Scratching the Belly of the Beast 1994incl. article "Ni de aquí, ni de allá: Latinos/as in the Imagination of Southern California" mentioning Gamboa/ASCO and "Baby Kake."

Box 9, Folder 7

Somos 6/79incl. "Film, Television, and Treviño" by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 8

Psychology Today 1-2/89

Box 9, Folder 9

Raza Art and Media Collective RAMC39/1/76incl. "Chicano Cinema: Autologue 25, 75 & 100" by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 9

RAM Collective 6/1/77incl. "Cruel Profit" by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 10

Regeneración: vol. 1.6 1970re: death of Ruben Salazar,

Box 9, Folder 10

Regeneración, vol. 1.8 1970incl. letter by Gamboa, cover lettering by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 10

Regeneración, vol 1.9 1970cover and various drawings by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 10

Regeneración, vol. 2.1 1971incl. various drawings by Gamboa, "Genocide Patrol" and "Another Day, Another Murder" by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 10

Regeneración, vol. 2.2 1971incl. various drawings by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 10

Regeneración, vol. 2.3 1971incl. various drawings by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 11

Regeneración, vol. 2.4 1971incl. various drawings by Gamboa, "Chismosa" by Gamboa, and ASCO advertisements. 2 copies, one autographed by various Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 9, Folder 12

Sound Waves 1988WEA Manufacturing Inc. employee newsletter, incl. mention of employee Harry T. Gamboa's family of artists.

Box 9, Folder 13

The Stopping of Sorrow 1985by Max Benavidez.

Box 9, Folder 14

Theatre Communications Group TCGInc., mentions "Vex Requiem" by Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 15

A Traves de la Frontera 1983catalogue incl. Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 16

Visions: Winter 1989incl. Yañez article mentioning ASCO, etc.

Box 9, Folder 16

Visions, Fall 1989"Acculturation and Assimilation" issue re: various Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 9, Folder 16

Visions, Spring 1992incl. article re: Chicano-Latino artists.

Box 9, Folder 16

Visions, Spring 1993incl. article re: Chicano-Latino artists.

Box 9, Folder 17

The Visual Statement 1991incl. Gamboa.

Box 9, Folder 18

Xhismearte 1977incl. "Fade In" by Gamboa, work by other Gamboa-associated artists.

Box 9, Folder 18

Xhismearte, 1980incl. "Wiping the Smiles" by Gamboa, work by other Gamboa-associated artists.

 

Series VI: Oversized Publications, Newspapers.

Scope and Content Note

Note

Most of the materials in this series include mention of Gamboa and/or Gamboa-associated artists
Box 10

Afterimage 11-12/93

Box 10

Albuquerque Journal 2/28/92

Box 10

Alt: Cal Arts Newlsetter 2/90

Box 10

Argonaut 4/19/88

Box 10

Artweek 7/29/78; 9/29/79; 6/5/82; 10/20/84; 11/4/89; 4/95

Box 10

Bulletin/Calendar: Washington State University 4/15.86

Box 10

Cal Arts Current 11-12/90

Box 10

Catolicos Para la Raza 8/70

Box 10

Civic Center News 1/13/81

Box 10

Collegian 5/13/92

Box 10

Communicator 4/22/88

Box 10

La Communidad 2/8/81; 4/26/81; 1/23/83; 2/6/83; 8/7/83; 4/8/84; 7/5/84; 8/5/84; 9/1/85; 9/22/85; 4/12/87

Box 10

El Día 6/78

Box 10

Festival 90 8/26/90

Box 10

Foco 10/12/76

Box 10

Forty-Niner 2/22/73

Box 10

Forum 11/78

Box 10

Home 6/2/74

Box 10

L.A. Style 2/87

Box 10

L.A. Times 8/7/83; 10/5/85; 3/7/88; 4/18/89; 1/8/95

Box 11

L.A. Weekly 5/86; 2/87; 6/88; 12/94

Box 11

MALDEF 1978

Box 11

Mecha Cal State University Los Angeles newspaper 1973

Box 11

New University 10/9/89

Box 11

Notes from the Chair Fall 1992

Box 11

La Opinion 7/13/80; 11/16/80; 5/20/82

Box 11

Oversight 1990

Box 11

La Raza c. 1970

Box 11

Revista Literaria de El Tocolote 1983

Box 11

La Semana de las Bellas Artes 9/20/78; 9/27/78

Box 11

El Semanario L.A. 5/5/78

Box 11

Tin Tan Fall 1987

Box 11

University Times 11/19/94

Box 11

URB 2/94

Box 11

Women's Accomplishments 6/2/82

Box 11

Xhismearte c. 1981

Box 11

Miscellaneous clippings re: Chicano Civil Rights Movement c. 1968-1971

Box 11

Miscellaneous envelopes from correspondence.

 

Series VII: Original artwork and miscellaneous

Box 12

Garfield High School Yearbook 1969

Box 12, Folder 1

Original layouts for "Ahora lo Veras" 1972"Autologue" 1976and "Genocide Patrol" 1971

Box 12, Folder 2

Original artwork: "Mi Culpa, Tu Culpa" 1978left and right exhibition boards used in "Ancient Roots/New Visions" exhibit; original layout for "No Slapstick" mail art.

Box 12, Folder 3

Untitled drawing on postboard 1973Polaroid photographs from "Echoes in the Impasse" 1971photo: "Belted Consent" from "The Visual Statement" exhibit 1991

Box 12, Folder 4

Exchibition poster: ASCO 1981at Cal State San Bernadino; computer printout of Diego Gamboa c. 1985

Box 12, Folder 5

Micro film box.9mm shell casing from gun fired in videotaping of "L.A. Familia" 1993Chicano Power buttons 1970, 1972and ASCO/no movie button 1982designed by Gamboa.

Box 13

Harry Gamboa Jr. slidebook large black binderSee full slide listing at end of guide.

Box 14

Gamboa audio recordings: 9 audio cassettes. See audio tape listing at end of guide.

Box 15

Gamboa video recordings: 13 video cassettes. See video tape listing at end of guide.

Box 16 (oversized)

Drawing, pen and ink, "Gronk and Herrón" by Gamboa 1972

Box 16 (oversized)

Exhibition posters: "ASCO 83" 1983"Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead" 1989"Gamboa 84" 1984"Jetter's Jinx" 1986"The Visual Statement" 1991

Box 16 (oversized)

"Mi Culpa, Tu Culpa" 1978mixed media, center exhibition board: original artwork by Gamboa used in "Ancient Roots/New Visions" exhibit.

 

Series VIII: Addendum

Additional Note

Note

Accession 96-143 August 1996
 

Exhibition materials and miscellaneous

Box 17, Folder 1

Harry Gamboa, Jr. selected biography.

Box 17, Folder 1

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation 1994 Summer Graduate Internship.

Box 17, Folder 2

Ignore the Dents.

Box 17, Folder 2

Miscellaneous exhibition brochures.

 

Publications

Box 17, Folder 4

LA. Times Magazine Mar. 27, 1988

Box 17, Folder 5

High Performance Fall 1989

Box 17, Folder 6

MALDEF.- Looking to the 1980'slLa Pr6xima Dicada 1979

Box 17

Newspapers (no folders) by date.

 

La Opinion July 13, 1980

 

USA Today May 17,1983

 

Los Angeles Times Calendar Aug. 7, 1983

 

I-A Weekly May 16-22,1986

 

LA Extra May 16-22, 1986

 

Albuquerque Journal: The Arts Feb 28, 1992

 

The MOCA Contemporary Feb/Mar 1992

 

Daily News: I-A Life Oct. 21, 1992

 

Series IX: Photographs Interfiled with Papers

Box 1, Folder 6

Polaroid: Diego Gamboa and George Silk in "Antizona" 1987

Box 2, Folder 23

From "Connections 2" fliers: Polaroids, Harry T. Gamboa, Diego Gamboa 1994; BW photo, Diego Gamboa. c. 1985

Box 3, Folder 10

CARA/ASCO photographs: Gamboa and others in "Dia de los Muertos", taken by Diane Gamboa 1974; Gronk and Humberto Sandoval in "Jetter's Jinx", taken by Harry Gamboa Jr. c. 1985; Gamboa and others in "First Supper [After a Major Riot]", taken by Harry Gamboa Jr. 1974

Box 3, Folder 11

Gamboa photographing a woman with a shopping cart. BW photo by Frank Odel 1989

Box 3, Folder 12

BW photos by Dirk Westphal sent as postcards to Gamboa c. 1989-1991; BW photo by Dirk Westphal c.1989

Box 3, Folder 13

18 Polaroids portraits incl. Harry Gamboa Jr.from Gamboa seminar at Cal Arts c. 1989; 8 BW photographs of Cal Arts seminar, student presentations c. 1989

Box 3, Folder 14

Gamboa, Max Benavídez and Humberto Sandoval. Photo by Diane Gamboa 1984

Box 3, Folder 15

Photo postcard by Robert Buitrón; 4 photos of Gamboa by Buitrón, included in correspondence 1983

Box 3, Folder 18

3 BW photos: Barbara Carrasco and Harry Gamboa Jr. 1982; Carrasco, taken by Gamboa 1987; Carrasco, Diego Gamboa and Martin Sheen, taken by Gamboa 1988. Color photo: Gamboa, Diego Gamboa, and Barbara Gamboa, taken by Carrasco 1984

Box 4, Folder 1

Polaroid of Sean Carillo and Gronk in art exhibit, taken by Gamboa 1980; color photo of Gamboa by Carillo 1981; BW art photo with poem by Carillo 1981

Box 4, Folder 4

Harry Gamboa Jr. in "Philliphe", color photo by Armando Cristeto 1991. Cyclona, color photo by A. Friedkin. RESTRICTION: Do not reproduce photo of CYCLONA 1994

Box 4, Folder 5

Photographs by Diane Gamboa: "Back Stabbing Party" performance during the reception of "The Urban Dessert" exhibition c. 1994; photo of Diego and Harry Gamboa by Diane Gamboa 1983

Box 4, Folder 6

Diego and Harry Gamboa 1985; Harry Gamboa Jr. and Barbara Carrasco, photo by Diego Gamboa 1992

Box 4, Folder 11

Polaroid of Arthur Marchand 1980

Box 4, Folder 13

Postcard from Richard Montoya including 2 color pictures of Gamboa photographic exhibit at Luna's Cafe 1985; color photo-postcard from Montoya of performance 1989

Box 4, Folder 15

ASCO members n.d.; Gamboa filming "Imperfecto" 1982; Gamboa and Carrasco inside card from Sandra Sandoval c.1993

Box 4, Folder 18

Gronk, Patssi Valdez and Gamboa 1978

Box 4, Folder 19

Gamboa, photo by Ricardo Valverde 1981; Gamboa, photo by Rick Corrales 1983

Box 4, Folder 20

Gamboa and Willie Varela 1992

Box 4, Folder 21

Color photo card: Apolina, Zaneta and Zaragosa Vargas n.d.; Polaroids: Zaneta Vargas, Zaragosa Vargas n.d.; BW photo: Zaragosa Vargas from "Chicano Male Unbonded" series by Harry Gamboa Jr.

Box 12, Folder 3

4 Polaroids: Gronk, Humberto Sandoval, Willie Herrón, Diego and Harry Gamboa 1980; Henry Guttierrez at the "Illegal Landscape" reception 1980; Gamboa and others 1981; "Dreva" [?] 1983

Box 12, Folder loose

ASCO members (photograph) 19741975

 

Series X: Photocopies of Photographs Interfiled with Papers

Box 2, Folder 3

Photographs by Gamboa in "Past Imperfrecto" manuscript: Harry Gamboa Jr., Diego Gamboa and Barbara Carrasco in "No Supper" 1987; Gerardo Velazquez from "Chicano Male Unbonded" series by Gamboa 1991

Box 2, Folder 5

From "Refractions of Home" by Gamboa: Humberto Sandoval [?] 1994; Diego Gamboa and Barbara Carrasco.

Box 2, Folder 14

From "Where They Found Javier" by Gamboa: "Urban Mummy in Varrio Loco Sweatshirt" 1992; "Assaulted, Arrested, No Contest"; "Javier and the Other Monoliths" [model: Max Benavidez].

Box 2, Folder 19

From "Focus on the Invisible: The Urban Realism of John Valadez" by Gamboa: John Valadez n.d.; painting by Valadez n.d.

Box 2, Folder 20

From "Lorena's Lament" by Gamboa: Diego and Harry Gamboa c.1987

Box 2, Folder 23

From "Connections 2" fliers: Harry T. Gamboa and Diego Gamboa 1994; Diego Gamboa c.1985

Box 3, Folder 14

From: The Urban Myths of Almarez" by Gamboa: Carlos Almarez, 2 photos of Almarez paintings; 2 postcards of Max Benavidez n.d.

Box 3, Folder 17

From "The Missing Mural of Aztlan" by Gamboa: Barbara Carrasco; youth workers; Carrasco murals n.d.

Box 4, Folder 2

Color Xerox photo notebook By Sean Carillo of Gamboa exhibit "Brown in Black and White" 1982

Box 4, Folder 6

Color photocopy: Harry T. Gamboa and Carmen Gamboa [?] with "Colonial Failure Kit" art installation by Gamboa.

Box 4, Folder 22

"Half Life Mask" series of manipulated photos of Gamboa by Gerardo Velazquez 1989

Box 12, Folder 4

Computer printout of Diego Gamboa n.d.

 

Series X: Slide Listing

Box 13, Slide 1

Walking Mural performance by Asco on Whittier Bl. in East L.A. Patssi Valdez (left) as Virgen de Guadalupe-in-black, Willie Herron (center) as the mural that became bored with muralism as a static medium and decided to walk away from the wall. Gronk (right) as an Xmas tree in green chifon. The Walking Mural was performed on Dec 24, 1972

Box 13, Slide 2

Patssi Valdez in the Walking Mural.

Box 13, Slide 3

Untitled acrylic on cardboard work by Gronk on view at the Ahora Lo Veras exhibition at Mechicano Art Center, East L.A., Nov 1972

Box 13, Slide 4

Opening reception for Ahora Lo Veras exhibition with works by Herron/Gronk/Gamboa. Appearing in this image are (l-r) Natividad Cisneros, Cyclona, & Gronk.

Box 13, Slide 5

Semi-Familia, pen & ink on illustration board by Gamboa. This work appears on the back cover of REGENERACION and the original drawing was confiscated by customs officials in Mexico in 1973. Exhibited in Ahora lo Veras.

Box 3, Folder 6

Untitled acrylic interior mural on plaster and plywood at Mechicano Art Center. This work was painted for temporary duration and was whitewashed within 30 days by its creator (Herron).

Box 13, Slide 7-10

Instant Mural performance was created when Gronk taped Patssi Valdez and Humberto Sandoval to a liquor store wall in ELA. Many pedestrians and motorists offered assistance to remove the artists from the wall even though low-tack masking tape was the only adhesive which kept them in place. Instant Mural has been documented with several slides images from this series in New West magazine (1978) and MOCA 1985 catalogue.

Box 13, Slide 11-16

Dia de los Muertos, 1974, at Evergreen Cemetery in Boyle Heights. Asco decided to 'crash' the quasi-religious event which was scheduled to include a mass and other pre-Columbian rituals. Asco arrived in a large envelope which had been delivered via airmail. Willie Herron appeared as a pilot-in-triplane, Gamboa as dark storm clouds and lighting bolt, Patssi Valdez was the universe, Gronk was staff photographer, and Humberto Sandoval defended the group in his Asco tank.

Box 13, Slide 17-18

Suffercation was performed before a live audience and was filmed (appears in the silent Super-8 film. Asco). Gronk tapes Valdez until she can no longer see or breathe. She is eventually brought back to life. (1974)

Box 13, Slide 19-20

First Supper (After A Major Riot), was performed by Asco (slide #19, l-r, Valdez, Sandoval, Herron, Gronk) on a traffic island which had been built over the site of a police mass shooting which had taken place in 1973 during a public protest demonstration which was linked to other demonstrations of that era. The site was located at Arizona street at Whittier Bl. (the mass shooting was documented by LA RAZA magazine and victims appeared on the cover of the L.A. Times in 1973. The surrounding buildings, sidewalks, and street were leveled and rebuilt, eliminating all physical evidence of the hundreds of shotgun shells which were utilized to secure order.) First Supper was Asco's all-clear signal to East L.A. in late 1974.

Box 13, Slide 21

Asco signs their name in spray paint on all of the entrances to the L.A. County Museum of Art after being told by LACMA curator that Chicanos do not create art. Patssi stands on bridge entrance with names. This event is mentioned in the Asco essay in the CARA catlogue. 1972

Box 13, Slide 22

An image used in the production of the Super-8 film "Cruel Profit" which was screened at the Chicanismo en el Arte exhibition at LACMA. The film was later destroyed with only a few clips saved and included in the silent super-8 film, Asco. Herron is engaged in acts of destruction with a doll in the original film. 1975

Box 13, Slide 23

Asco Waves Good-Bye. Street performance 1973

Box 13, Slide 24

Untitled portable mural by Herzon and Gronk, acrylic on masonite board. This mural was painted during the course of year and was exhibited in various sites. This image (l-r, Herron & Gronk) appeared in New West, 1978

Box 13, Slide 25

Gamboa in studio, 1974

Box 13, Slide 26

Dispursuit, mixed media on illustration board by Gamboa. Details of this work appeared in REGENERACION. 1972

Box 13, Slide 27

ASCO (Herron, Gamboa, Valdez, Gronk) 1974

Box 13, Slide 28

Decov Gang War Victim, 1978This performance work was designed to break the cycle of gang retribution killings by providing 'victims' which would neutralize the need for additional murders. (Gronk on street)

Box 13, Slide 29-30

Star Party, 1976(slide #29. l-r, Dee Dee Diaz. Patssi, Valdez, Gronk, Billy "Star" Estrada.)

Box 13, Slide 31-33

Slasher #9, 1978Performance for Asco film whereby potential mass-killer victim is saved by slashing his own eyebrows.

Box 13, Slide 34-38

The Gore Family performance in which a poor humble family is robbed by a thief as they attempt to sell their camera at the local pawn shop. The family is transformed into sadistic and cannibalistic predators. The Gore Family was utilized as a pre-fotonovela slide show and was also filmed to be included and altered in Humberto Sandoval's Sr. Tereshkova (mentioned in the Asco essay in the CARA catalogue. Also, brief clips in the film Asco. (slide #39, on the floor, Sandoval, l-r. Herron, Valdez, Gronk.) 1976

Box 13, Slide 40

Asco, 1977

Box 13, Slide 41

Valdez, 1972

Box 13, Slide 42

Valdez, 1975

Box 13, Slide 43

Valdez, 1976

Box 13, Slide 44

Valdez, 1977

Box 13, Slide 45

Valdez, 1981

Box 13, Slide 46-47

Spray-paint mural by Valdez included in No Movie exhibition at LACE, 1978

Box 13, Slide 48

Waiting For Tickets at the Music Center, (a No Movie). Valdez and Billy Estrada, 1978

Box 13, Slide 49

Billy "Star" Estrada, 1981(Passed away in 1994 due to AIDS)

Box 13, Slide 50

Vogue, (a No Movie). Billy Estrada and Valdez, 1978

Box 13, Slide 51

Search and No Seizure. Billy Estrada and Valdez, 1977This image appeared in New West, 1978.

Box 13, Slide 52

Gronk& Valdez, 1979

Box 13, Slide 53

Gronk, Valdez, Gamboa, 1977

Box 13, Slide 54

Betty Salas and Friends at LACE party, 1978This image appeared in MOCA 1985 catalogue.

Box 13, Slide 55

Fernando Torres as bride-to-be at LACE party, 1978

Box 13, Slide 56

Herron. 1976

Box 13, Slide 57

Sandoval.. 1979

Box 13, Slide 58

Detail from Gronk section of Centro Chicano mural at USC (a mural painted by Gronk & Herron in 1973.. The building was demolished in 1977)

Box 13, Slide 59

Black & White mural by Herron (1) and Gronk (r). Estrada Courts Housing Projects, 1979. (painted 1974-1980

Box 13, Slide 60

Detail of Black & White mural. section painted by Herron portrays Gronk as "Popcorn" in the 1971 pre-Asco performance, Stations of the Cross (this performance documented in MOCA 1985 catalogue).

Box 13, Slide 61

Death of Fashion, 1980, performance by Asco for documentary film, Mur Murs by Agnes Varda. Valdez in red cellophane as a candy out of the box. The skull mural painted by Herron. The high heal shoe by Gronk

Box 13, Slide 62

Death of Fashion, burns the present in order to write a future from the ashes. (Gamboa)

Box 13, Slide 63

The Titanic, (l-r: Betty Salas, Valdez, Herron, Daniel Villarreal-) performance of a farewell party that was sinking fast! 1980

Box 13, Slide 64

The Titanic (Therese Covarrubias)

Box 13, Slide 65

The Titanic (l-r: Humberto Sandoval, Cyclona, Willie Herron, Betty Salas, Patssi Valdez, Gronk, Diane Gamboa, Linda Gamboa, Victor Martinez, Therese Covarrubias, Daniel Villarreal, Gamboa)

Box 13, Slide 66-74

Don't Not, 1984fotonovela (accompanying audio tape included in Stanford collection) performed by Humberto Sandoval and Lorraine Ordaz. This fotonovela was presented before a live audience at Galleria de la Raza, SF

Box 13, Slide 75

A black & white version of this image appeared on the cover the La Comunidad section of LA OPINION special edition on "La Cultura Chicana". 1980

Box 13, Slide 76

Sit & Wait, 1981, performance (l-r: Gronk, Sean Carrillo)

Box 13, Slide 77

Lunch at Woolworth's, downtown Phoenix (l-r: Gronk, Gamboa) 1983

Box 13, Slide 78

Last Rites in the Left Lane. 1951performance. (l-r: Therese Covarrubias, Sean Carillo).

Box 13, Slide 79

Last Rites in the Left Lane. the 4th Street bridge at Lorena street was blockaded during a silent vigil.

Box 13, Slide 80

Last Rites in the Left Lane (l-r: Daniel Villarreal, John Valdez, Alfred Arteaga, Martha Covarrubias, Richard Duardo, Gronk. Therese Covarrubias, Sean Carrillo, Paul Arevalo [passed away in 1995 due to AIDS], Gamboa, Jerry Dreva, Willie Herron)

Box 13, Slide 81

Chicano Cinema. 1976No Movie (Gamboa). This image was documented in A Traves de la frontera (Mexico) exhibition catalogue.

Box 13, Slide 82

Resist, Resist, Revolt, 1978mixed media installation by Gamboa in No Movie exhibition at LACE

Box 13, Slide 83

Exterior mural by Roberto Gil de Montes and Gronk near Valley Bl. shopping area in El Monte. This mural created a controversy for its pro-revolutionary image which was El Monte city officials. The mural was whitewashed after the city officials created an ordinance requiring prior approval of imagery which will adorn public/private exterior walls. 1978

Box 13, Slide 84

Asco Float, 1979Dia de Los Muertos parade float, pushed and pulled by Asco and members of the community across various streets thoughout ELA. Painted and constructed by Herron and Gronk.

Box 13, Slide 85

Pseudotourguoiser. 1981videotaped performance and closed-circuit videocast on CSULA system. (Text published in DE COLORES journal. Image l-r: Gronk, Betty Salas, Gamboa)

Box 13, Slide 86-87

Gronk, 1976

Box 13, Slide 88-89

Illegal Landscape, 1981exhibition of interior mural works Gronk and Herron in which they created works during length exhibition period to be completed on last scheduled day at which time reception for artists occurred. Public was invited to dialogue with artists during creation of works. These two slide images show Gronk works.

Box 13, Slide 90

Sticker Shock, 1983performance by Gamboa presented before a live audience in display window facades located in abandoned building entrances.

Box 13, Slide 91-98

X's PARTY, 1983fotonovela (accompanying audiotape included in Stanford collection) performed by Therese Covarrubias and Daniel Villarreal. This fotonovela was presented before a live audience at UC Santa Cruz, Hispanic Urban Center (L.A.). and alleyway screenings in ELA. X's PARTY appears on the cover of the book Chicanos and Film, edited by Chon Noriega.

Box 13, Slide 99-100

JETTER'S JINX, 1985conceptual drama. performed by Gronk and Humberto Sandoval, written by Gamboa, at L.A. Theatre Center. (Manuscript included in Stanford collection). Reviewed by L.A. Times and High Performance magazine.

Box 13, Slide 101

SHADOW SOLO, 1983performance of conceptual drama at U.C. Santa Cruz. Shadow (Daniel Villarreal) and Solo (Sean Carrillo). Text published in Chismearte. (Manuscript included in Stanford collection).

Box 13, Slide 102

Diane Gamboa. 1985with paintings on view at Armory for the Arts. Albuquerque, NM

Box 13, Slide 103

URBANOISE. 1985performance by Gamboa at Armory for the Arts, Albuquerque.

Box 13, Slide 104-108 .

Polaroid SX-70 photographs presented in GAMBOA 81 exhibition at Galeria otra Vez, ELA 1981

Box 13, Slide 110

BW version of this image appears with "Chicanos Inside/ Outside the Mainstream", LAICA JOURNAL. (Audiotape interviews with the artists for this essay included in Stanford collection. l-r: John Valadez, Barbara Carrasco, Daniel J. Martinez, Diane Gamboa, Gronk, Patssi Valdez).

Box 13, Slide 111-116

DEEP END DANCE, 1982fotonovela (accompanying audiotape included in Stanford collection) performed by Robert Beltran and Teri Nogales. This fotonovela was presented before a live audience at U.C.L.A

Box 13, Slide 117-119

From CLUB LIMBO, these images are from one-of several fotonovelas which were presented during a performance of stories by Gamboa and Max Benavidez. Each performer told his stories in written, multimedia. and improvised manner. Each performer was unaware of what the other stories would be and there was no rehearsal prior to performance before live audience at Concert Hall, U.C. Irvine. (Manuscripts and accompanying audiotape for Gamboa's stories included in Stanford collection. This fotonovela performed by [#117] Barbara Carrasco and [118-119] Apolina Vargas.) CLUB LIMBO featured in LA OPINION. All U.C. Irvine performances were commissioned by Dr. Eloy Rodriguez and the International Chicano Studies Program during 1986-1994.

Box 13, Slide 120

ON HANDS AND KNEE, 1989performance by Gamboa in which the artist crawls the distance from downtown L.A., across the 6th Street bridge into East L.A. as part of the Urban Refuse series. Similar image documented in L.A. STYLE Mar 1990

Box 13, Slide 121

DOOMESTIC LIFE, 1986fotonovela (accompanying audiotape included in Stanford collection) performed by (l-r), Barbara Carrasco, Diego Gamboa, Daniel J. Martinez. Presented before a live audience at Al's Bar, L.A

Box 13, Slide 122-123

From CLUB LIMBO. This fotonovela performed by (l-r) Diego Gamboa and Ricardo Gonzalves.

Box 13, Slide 124

HOMELESS, SWEET HOMEBOY, 1939performance by Diego Gamboa in which he sought (and was refused) shelter from 100 random people in L.A. County as part of the Urban Refuse Series.

Box 13, Slide 125

NO FENCE TO MEND, 1989performance by Anthony C. Sandoval in which he traveled on foot from a fixed point in downtown L.A. to another point by going in a straight line even if it required cutting through barriers such as chain link fences and trespassing across private property as part of the Urban Refuse Series.

Box 13, Slide 126

ANTIZONA, 1987intermedia performance at U.C. Irvine which recreated the visual/audio environment of the downtown L.A. intersection of Broadway and 7th Streets in a theatre setting. The media-based urban ambiance served as the backdrop for performers George Silva (appears in #126) and Diego Gamboa who both portray the child and adult version of the same person who grew up in a cardboard box to become a street preacher. The image in this slide is from a series of images in which the street preacher prays in public and occasionally stops traffic as he crosses many streets blindly leaving his fate to good brakes. ANTIZONA also incorporated videos in which people give answers to questions which are not revealed to the audience (the videos, question, performance script, audiotapes are included in the Stanford collection).

Box 13, Slide 127

NO DETOUR, 1993fotonovela which was then put into video format (included in Stanford collection), performed by Maria Elena Chavez and Octavio Tizoc Gaitan-Diaz. Presented before a live audience at the Robert Flahert Seminar, NY.

Box 13, Slide 128

HECHO EN LATINOAMERICA, 1978installation shot of Gamboa photo work exhibited at Museo de Arte Moderno (Mexico).

Box 13, Slide 129

CONNECTIONS II, 1994installation shot of Gamboa mixed media work exhibited at the Getty Center for the History of Art the Humanities.

Box 13, Slide 130

Milagro Mirage, 1994mixed media installation from solo exhibit THE URBAN DESERT by Gamboa.

Box 13, Slide 131

Concrete Storm (foreground) mixed media installation from solo exhibit THE URBAN DESERT.

Box 13, Slide 132

100 Alibis, 1994text (included in Stanford collection) installation, from solo exhibit THE URBAN DESERT.

Box 13, Slide 133

Dia de los Muertos celebrant. ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 134

Two boys, L.A., 1973

Box 13, Slide 135

UFW protester, L.A. 1979

Box 13, Slide 136

Old woman in black scarf, L.A., 1974

Box 13, Slide 137

CASA rally-, ELA, 1974

Box 13, Slide 138

Boy working, ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 139

Boys, ELA, 1973

Box 13, Slide 140

Children. ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 141

Jr. High School Students, L.A., 1979

Box 13, Slide 142

Paul Arevalo's tattoo idolizing LOS ILLEGALS band, L.A., 1983

Box 13, Slide 143

Workers, L.A., 1979

Box 13, Slide 144

Children. ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 145

Under arrest at ASCOZILLA exhibit reception, CSULA, 1976

Box 13, Slide 146

Student protest, Pierce College, 1976

Box 13, Slide 147

UFW demonstrators, L.A., 1979

Box 13, Slide 148

Pedestrian, L.A., 1987

Box 13, Slide 149

Homegirls. ELA, 1978

Box 13, Slide 150

Homeboys. L.A., 1984

Box 13, Slide 151

Crowd, L.A., 1979

Box 13, Slide 152

Vaqueros, Redlands, 1973

Box 13, Slide 153

Children dancing, ELA, 1974

Box 13, Slide 154

Protester, ELA, 1974

Box 13, Slide 155-156

America Tropical mural by Siqueiros, L.A., 1973

Box 13, Slide 157

May Mass, ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 158

Dancing in backyard wedding reception, ELA, 1977

Box 13, Slide 159

Girls laughing in crowd, L.A., 1979

Box 13, Slide 160

Dia de los Muertos children, 1979

Box 13, Slide 161

Children. ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 162

Homeboy, ELA, 1977

Box 13, Slide 163

Boy in hat with orange, ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 164

Childrens art. ELA, 1974

Box 13, Slide 165

Brown Beret, ELA, 1974

Box 13, Slide 166

Cesar Chavez/UFW rally, L.A., 1979

Box 13, Slide 167

AZTLAN, ELA, 1974

Box 13, Slide 168

Midnight Classics. ELA, 1977

Box 13, Slide 169

Mask wrestlers employed for sales gimmick, ELA, 1976

Box 13, Slide 170

Old man in hat. L.A., 1972

Box 13, Slide 171

Child looking outside. ELA, 1972

Box 13, Slide 172

Hanging out with the guys, ELA, 1979

Box 13, Slide 173

Ruben Treio, artist (Spokane Falls, WA-based). L.A., 1990

Box 13, Slide 174

Dr. Eloy Rodriguez (formerly @ UCI, presently [1995] @ Cornell), San Antonio, TX. 1992

Box 13, Slide 175

Raul Ruiz, (at the time of this image, editor of LA RAZA, currently 1995] @ CSU Northridge), ELA, 1972

Box 13, Slide 176

John Valadez, artist, during reception at Victor's Clothing in downtown L.A. for unveil of his interior mural. BROADWAY, 1981

Box 13, Slide 177

Rene Yañez, artist, San Francisco, 1977

Box 13, Slide 178

(l-r) Gloria Alvarez (poet), Yreina-Cervantez.(painter), and Frances Salome Espanña (video artist). L.A., 1991

Box 13, Slide 179

Rupert Garcia, artist. at home/studio in San Francisco, 1977

Box 13, Slide 180

Tomas Sanchez, author. L.A., 1981

Box 13, Slide 181-182

Cesar Chavez, arriving at CSULA for UFW rally, 1976

Box 13, Slide 183

Leo Limon, artist, L.A., 1990

Box 13, Slide 184

Mural by Roberto Chavez (building demolished), ELA. 1972

Box 13, Slide 185

(far right) Jesus Treviño, film/TV director, L.A.. 1978

Box 13, Slide 186

(l-r) Francisco Gonzalez and David Hidalgo, musicians (original members of LOS LOBOS). ELA, 1975

Box 13, Slide 187

(l-r) Herbert Siguenza. Richard Montoya, and Ric Salinas, a.k.a.,CULTURE CLASH L.A., 1990

Box 13, Slide 188

Bert Corona. ELA, 1974

Box 13, Slide 189

Congressman Edward R. Roybal, L.A., 1979

Box 13, Slide 190

Joan Baez, at UFW protest March. Modesto. CA., 1974

Box 13, Slide 191

Barbara Carrasco, artist, with her mural, L.A. HISTORY--A MEXICAN PERSPECTIVE (16' x 80') during a 3 week display at Union Station, as part of L.A. FESTIVAL (mural remains in storage since early 80's. See AZTLAN: MURAL AUSENTE DE BARBARA CARRASCO, LA OPINION. in Stanford collection). L.A., 1990

Box 13, Slide 192

(l-r) Ralph Cordova (performance artist) and Robert Buitron (photographer), (correspondence in Stanford collection), Phoenix, AZ, 1990

Box 13, Slide 193-252

These are actual production slides utilized in slide installation, ANGST FOR THE MEMORIES, in the solo exhibit THE URBAN DESERT, 1994

Additional Note

Note

WARNING: NO SKIN CONTACT TO SLIDES #193-#252. THESE SLIDES HAVE BEEN TINTED WITH A PURPLE INK WHICH MAY RUIN CLOTHING, PAPER, AND MAY DISCOLOR SKIN. If handled properly, these slides suitable for projection.
 

Series XI: Audio Tape Listing

Additional Note

Note

All audio tapes recorded with nr Dolby "C"
 

Audio Tape 1

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program a

Vocal track for fotonovela "IN-CITY-ISH", performed by Armando Norte and Consuelo F. Norte. Written by Gamboa. Originally presented at HISPANIC URBAN CENTER, L.A., 19834 min, 30 sec.

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program b

Vocal track for fotonovela 'DEEP END DANCE', performed by Robert Beltran and Teri Nogales. Written by Gamboa. Originally presented at U.C.L.A. Images from this fotonovela appear in GAMBOA SLIDES #111-116. 1982. 4 min. 30 sec.

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program c

Vocal track for fotonovela "BIITER PILLOW', performed by Marisela Norte and Gronk. Written by Gamboa. Originally presented at U.C.L.A. 1982. 4 min. 30 sec..

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program d

CLUB LIMBO, Story #4 of 4 by Gamboa. performed by Gamboa. (See slide list description for slide #117-119. also clippings and manuscripts for CLUB LIMBO). 1989. 10 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program e

Gallery Talk by Gamboa at LA JOLLA MUSEUM. Oct 25, 1988. 24 min. (cont'd)

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program f

(cont'd) Gallery Talk by Gamboa at LA JOLLA MUSEUM. 20 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program g

Random interviews at opening reception for exhibition ILLEGAL LANDSCAPE exhibition, works by Herron/Gronk at Cal State U.L.A. interviews by Gamboa. Dec 3. 1980. 19 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 1, Program h

John Valadez, artist, interviewed by Gamboa. Oct 16, 1987. 5 min.

 

Audio Tape 2

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program a

John Valadez interviewed by Gamboa. Nov 16, 1987. 45 min. (cont'd)

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program b

(cont'd) John Valdez interviewed by Gamboa. Nov 16. 1987. 9 min

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program c

LET'S RAP television show, KTTV, L.A. Alicia Sandoval interviews Gamboa. Recording from TV set in ELA. April. 1978. 12 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program d

Vocal track for fotonovela "DOOMESTIC LIFE"., performed by Barbara Carrasco, Daniel J. Martinez. and Diego Gamboa. Written by Gamboa. Originally presented at Al's Bar. Image from this fotonovela appears in GAMBOA SLIDE #121. 1986. 4 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program e

Random interviews at opening reception for exhibition MURALS OF AZTLAN at Craft and Folk Art Museum, L.A. Interviews by Gamboa. June 2. 1981. 9 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program f

Telephone interview with Carlos Almaraz, artist, by Gamboa. June 1, 1981. 2 min. (radio station interference during this telephone conversation.)

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program g

John Valdez interviewed by Gamboa. June 6. 1981. 2 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program h

ANTIZONA. Vocal track for fotonovela segment of performance, performed by George Silva. Image from this fotonovela appears in GAMBOA SLIDE #126 also (see slide list #126 for description). 1987. 2 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 2, Program i

Telephone message for Gamboa from: Cyclona. Nov 19. 1994.

 

Audio Tape 3

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program a

Telephone interview with Willie Herron by Gamboa. June 6, 1981. 18 min. (radio station interference.)

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program b

Vocal track for fotonovela "DON'T NOT", performed by Humberto Sandoval and Lorraine Ordaz. Images/description appear in GAMBOA SLIDES #66-#74. originally presented at Galeria de la Raza. 1984. 5 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program c

Vocal track for fotonovela "X's PARTY", performed by Therese Covarrubias and Gamboa (as replacement for Daniel Villarreal). Images/description appear in GAMBOA SLIDES #91-#98. Originally presented at UC Santa Cruz. 1983. 4 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program d

Audio track for fotonovela "TEMPLE OF THE ANONYMOUS", performed by Sean Carrillo. Originally performed at Galeria de la Raza. 1984. 2 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program e

Radio drama ORPHANS OF MODERNISM, II. Written/directed by Gamboa. KPFX FM, L.A. broadcast, April 3, 1984. 14 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program f

CLUB LIMBO. Live performance by Max Benavidez and Gamboa. (see clippings). 1989. 9 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program g

CLUB LIMBO, Story #3 of 4 by Gamboa, Performed by Alberto Ybarra, Anthony C. Sandoval, and Frances Salome España. 1989. 15 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program h

Message: Gronk. Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program i

Message: Diane Gamboa, Mar 1987.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program j

Message: Gronk. Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program k

Message: Gronk, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program l

Message: Arthur Marchand, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program m

Message: Marcos Sanchez, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program n

Message: Jo Ann Pottlitzer, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program o

Message: Diane Gamboa, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program p

Message: Gronk, 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program q

Message: Gronk. Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program r

Message: Diane Gamboa, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program s

Message: Diane Gamboa, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program t

Message: Diane Gamboa, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program u

Message: Daniel J. Martinez. Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program v

Message: Jesus Treviño, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program w

Message: John Valadez, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program x

Message: Max Benavidez, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program y

Message: Daniel J. Martinez, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program z

Juan Garza and Rene Yañez, Mar 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program aa

KPFK radio broadcast interview of Willie Herron. June 8, 1975. 2 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program bb

THE UNDERTAKERS, "DRUG CITY". 1981. 2 min

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program cc

THE UNDERTAKERS, "NO PAIN". 1981. 2 min

Box 14, Audio Tape 3, Program dd

THE UNDERTAKERS, "SITUATION'S GETTING BAD", 1981. 2 min

 

Audio Tape 4

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program a

Barbara Carrasco, artist, interviewed by Gamboa. Nov 23, 1982. 45 min. (cont'd)

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program b

(cont'd) Barbara Carrasco interviewed by Gamboa. Nov 23, 1982. 2 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program c

Gronk, artist, interviewed by Gamboa. Oct 25, 1986. 30 min..

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program d

Message: Patssi, Feb 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program e

Message: Patssi, Feb, 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program f

Message : Humberto Sandoval, Feb 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program g

Message: Gronk, Feb 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program h

Message: Jeff Huereque, Feb 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program i

Arthur Marchand, May 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program j

Gallery Talk by John Valadez. May 1987. 5 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program k

Message: Richard Montoya, May 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program 1

Message: Patssi 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program m

Message: Anonymous, 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program n

Message: Gronk, Sept 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program o

Message: Anonymous, Sept 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 4, Program p

Willie Herron, artist, interviewed by Max Benavidez. KPFK-FM radio broadcast. Aug 31, 1981. 5 min.

 

Audio Tape 5

Box 14, Audio Tape 5, Program a

CLUB LIMBO. Story #1 of 4 by Gamboa, performed by Diego Gamboa and Ricardo Gonzalves. (see GAMBOA SLIDE LIST #122-#123). 1989. 15 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 5, Program b

Gamboa lecture at UCLA symposium ARTS & HISTORY RECONSIDERED, Mar 8. 1986. 15 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 5, Program c

John Valdez (with Gronk present) interviewed by Gamboa. Clifton's cafeteria, L.A., Feb 23, 1983. 15 min. (cont'd)

Box 14, Audio Tape 5, Program d

(cont'd)-John Valadez interviewed by Gamboa. Feb 23, 1983. 33 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 5, Program e

John Valdez interviewed by Gamboa. Clifton's cafeteria, L.A. Jan 25. 1984. 12 min.

 

Audio Tape 6

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program a

Anonymous: May, 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program b

Anonymous: May, 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program c

Anonymous: May, 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program d

Galeria Posada, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program e

Humberto Sandoval, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program f

Gronk, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program g

Patssi, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program h

Juan Garza, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program i

Gronk, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program j

Max Benavidez, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program k

Gronk, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program 1

Patssi, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program m

Anonymous, May 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program n

Guillermo Gomez Peña, June 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program o

Gronk, June 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program p

Gronk, June 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program q

Gronk, June 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program r

Anonymous, June 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program s

Guillermo Gomez Peña, Aug 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program t

Jesus Treviño, 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program u

Daniel J. Martinez. Aug 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program v

Daniel J. Martinez artist, interviewed by Gamboa. Oct 27. 1986. 35 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program w

Diane Gamboa, artist, interviewed by Harry Gamboa Jr. Oct 27, 1986. 6 min. (cont'd)

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program x

(cont'd) Diane interviewed by Harry Gamboa Jr. Oct 27, 1986. 21 min

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program y

Message: Gerardo Velazquez, Dec 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program z

Message: Gerardo Velazquez, Dec 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program aa

Message: Gronk, 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program bb

Message: Ruben Guevara, 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program cc

Message: Barbara Carrasco, Dec 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program dd

Message: Gronk. Dec 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ee

Message: Patssi, Dec 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ff

Message: Gronk, Dec 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program gg

Message: Rene Yañez, Nov 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program hh

Message: Max Benavidez. Dec 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ii

Message: David Avalos, Dec 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program jj

Message: Yreina cervantez. Dec 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program kk

Message: Zaneta Vargas, Nov 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ll

Message: Barbara Carrasco, Nov 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program mm

Message: Carmen Gamboa. Nov 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program nn

Message: Gronk. Dec 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program oo

Message: Arthur Marchand, Dec 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program pp

Message: Rosalio Muñoz, Sept 1989

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program qq

Message: Gronk. June 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program rr

Message: Armando Cristeto, June 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ss

Message: Gronk. July 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program tt

Message: Patssi, July 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program uu

Message:Juan Garza, July 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program vv

Message: Daniel J. Martinez, Oct 1984

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ww

Message: Ricardo Valverde. Apr 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program xx

Anonymous, Apr 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program yy

Anonymous, Apr 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program zz

Anonymous, Apr 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program aaa

Anonymous, Apr 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program bbb

Marcos Sanchez. Jan 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ccc

Message: Helena Viramontes, Jan 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ddd

Message: Robert Buitron, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program eee

Message: Linda Gamboa, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program fff

Message: Barbara Carrasco, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ggg

Message: Harry T. Gamboa, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program hhh

Message: Eloy Rodriguez, Feb 19B6

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program iii

Message: Barbara Carrasco, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program jjj

Message: Daniel J. Martinez, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program kkk

Message: Max Benavidez, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program lll

Message: Gronk, Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program mmm

Message: John Valadez. Feb 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program nnn

Message: Anonymous. Nov 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ooo

Message: Anonymous. Nov 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program ppp

Message: Arthur Marchand, Nov 1985

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program qqq

Message: Ralph Cordova, Jan 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program rrr

Message: Eloy Rodriguez, Jan 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 6, Program sss

Message: Guillermo Gomez Peña, Jan 1987

 

Audio Tape 7

Box 14, Audio Tape 7, Program a

Humberto Sandoval, performer, interviewed by Gamboa. L.A., April 22, 1995. 45 min. (cont'd)

Box 14, Audio Tape 7, Program b

(cont'd) Humberto Sandoval interviewed by April 22, 1995. 45 min.

 

Audio Tape 8

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program a

Max Benavidez, poet/performer, interviewed by Gamboa. L.A,, April 22. 1995. 45 min. (cont'd)

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program b

(cont'd) Max Benavidez interviewed by Gamboa. April 22, 1995. 28 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program c

Message: Daniel J. Martinez, April 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program d

Message: Marcos Sanchez, April 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program e

Message: Diane Gamboa, April 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program f

Message: Diego Gamboa, April 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program g

Message: George Silva. April 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program h

Message: Armando Rascon, Nov 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program i

Message: Dana Friis Hansen, Nov 1987

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program J

Message: Diane Gamboa. Mar 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program k

Message: Harry T. a, Mar 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 8, Program 1

John Valadez, artist, interviewed by Gamboa. L.A., Feb 10, 1983. 12 min.

 

Audio Tape 9

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program a

Barbara Carrasco, artist, interviewed by Gamboa. Oct 30, 1986. 28 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program b

Message: Daniel J. Martinez, June 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program c

Message: Daniel J. Martinez, June 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program d

Message: Marcos Sanchez, June 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program e

Message: Barbara Carrasco, July 1986

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program f

Harry Gamboa Jr. as panelist for "CHICANO CODICES" exhibition at The Mexican Museum, San Francisco. 1992. 10 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program g

Therese Covarrubias and THE BRAT, "STARRY NIGHT", 1984. 3 min.

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program h

Message: Diego Gamboa, May 1988

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program i

Message: Rudy Guglielmo, May 1988

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program j

Message: Magu Lujan, May 1988

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program k

Message: Zaneta Vargas, May 1988

Box 14, Audio Tape 9, Program l

Artist statement by Gamboa. L.A., April 23, 1995. 45 min.

 

Series XII: Video Tape Listing

 

Video Tape 1

Box 15, Video Tape 1, Program a

L.A. Merge, 1990 Color/Mono 12 min. Diego Gamboa. Humberto Sandoval. & Barbara Carrasco provide testimony about life on the freeways of L.A.

Box 15, Video Tape 1, Program b

L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective, Mural by Barbara Carrasco. Color/Mono 10 min. (rough edit) The 16' x 80' mural is prepared by Barbara Carrasco for its 3 week exhibition at Union Station as part of the 1990 L.A. Festival. The opening reception is attended by various Chicano artists.

Box 15, Video Tape 1, Program c

Vis-A-vid, 1992 color/stereo 13 min. Host Ralph Cordova presents 3 vignettes: "COLD JAVA", performed by Max Benavidez; DISCONNECTED, performed by Barbara Carrasco; and "FAST LANE", performed by Diego Gamboa. Writer/Director: Harry Gamboa Jr. Vis-A-Vid awarded Premio Mesquite, 1992 San Antonio CineFestival.

Box 15, Video Tape 1, Program d

Retain Retake, 1992 Color/Stereo 11 min. Harry T. Gamboa and Carmen Gamboa reminisce and comment on current life as they look through a family photo album.

Box 15, Video Tape 1, Program e

Fire Medicine, 1992 Color/Stereo 12 min. Various individuals relate experiences pertaining to the use and consumption of chiles. Music: Jose Montoya, Larry Yañez, and Gerardo Velazquez Director: Harry Gamboa, Jr.

 

Video Tape 2

Box 15, Video Tape 2, Program a

Problems in the History of Chicano Art, W93, UCSB, 1993 Color/Stereo 1 hour, 24 min. Students create/present their views in class for video. Instructor/Video:Harry Gamboa Jr.

 

Video Tape 3

Box 15, Video Tape 3, Program a

Baby Kake, 1985 Color/Mono 6 min. Mother (Barbara Carrasco) is struggling to raise Baby (Humberto Sandoval) during the absence/presence of Father (Gronk) as Marie Antionette (Ruben Zamora) provides guidance. Synthesized music: Gerardo Velazquez Writer/Director: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Box 15, Video Tape 3, Program b

Blanx, 1984 BW/Mono 7 min. A possessive relationship loses its grip. Performed by Lorraine Ordaz and Gronk. Synthesized music: Gerardo Velazquez Writer/Director: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Box 15, Video Tape 3, Program c

Vaporz, 1984 Color/Mono 7 min. An aimless/compulsive relationship leads to the silent treatment between Him (Juan Garza) and Her (Linda Gamboa). Silence is broken by Cousin Zombino (Humberto Sandoval). Synthesized music: Gerardo Velazquez Writer/Director: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Box 15, Video Tape 3, Program d

Sr. Tereshkova, 1974 BW Super-B Film (Video Transfer)/Silent 10 min. Sr. Tereshkova (Humberto Sandoval) dreams about earlier days and his victims (Patssi Valdez, Gronk, and Willie Herron). The nightmare isn't over until it's over. Writer/Director: Humberto Sandoval. Camera: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Box 15, Video Tape 3, Program e

Asco 72-74, 1974 BW Super-8 Film (Video Transfer)/Silent 10 min. Various Asco performances including Instant Mural & First Supper Willie Herron, Humberto Sandoval, Patssi Valdez & Gronk. Camera/Edit: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Box 15, Video Tape 3, Program f

No Supper, 1987 Color/Stereo. 19 min. Dad (Humberto Sandoval), Mom (Barbara Carrasco), and Son (Diego Gamboa) provide a minimalist venture into pseudodomestic life. Hosted by Max Benavidez. Synthesized music: Gerardo Velazquez Title Graphic: John Valadez. Set Graphics: Diane Gamboa. Writer/Director:Harry Gamboa Jr.

 

Video Tape 4

Box 15, Video Tape 4, Program a

L.A. Familia, 1993 Color/Stereo. 37 min. The Chicano nuclear family, Dad (Humberto Sandoval), Mom (Barbara Carrasco), and Son (Diego a) struggle to survive the emotional implosions and urban fallout. Director: Harry Gamboa Jr. L.A. Familia exhibited in 1993 at The Museum of Modern Art (NY) and included in the "1995 Biennial Exhibition" at the Whitney Museum of American Art (NY).

 

Video Tape 5

Box 15, Video Tape 5, Program a

Mañanamania, 1994 Color/Stereo. 13 min. Linda Gamboa bakes her cake and eats it too! Director: Harry Gamboa Jr. Mañanamania exhibited in 1994 at the Museum of Modern Art (NY).

 

Video Tape 6

Box 15, Video Tape 6, Program a

Fire Ants For Nothing, 1994 Color/Stereo 8 min. A homeless man proclaims his own humanity vs. futility. Performed by Ruben Guevara. Director: Harry Gamboa Jr. Fire Ants For Nothing, exhibited in THE URBAN DESERT, 1994.

 

Video Tape 7

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program a

No Detour (a fotonovela), 1993 Color/Stereo 11 min. Three vignettes hit gridlock with performances by John Valadez. Maria Elena Chavez, Octavio Tizoc Gaitan-Diaz, and Max Benavidez. Director: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program b

Documentary Video, 1993 Color/Stereo 3 min. Intro & Outro to no documentary video.

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program c

El Mundo L.A.: Humberto Sandoval, Actor, 1992 Color/Stereo 11 min. Sandoval presents his reality.

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program d

El Mundo L.A.: David Avalos. Artist, 1992 Color/Stereo. 5 min. Avalos presents his reality.

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program e

El Mundo L.A.: Max Benavidez. Writer, 1992 Color/Stereo. Benavidez presents his reality. 8 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program f

El Mundo L.A.: Rene Yañez, Artist/Curator, 1992. Color/Stereo. 9 min. Yañez presents his reality.

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program g

El Mundo L.A.: Zaragosa Vargas. Ph.D., Historian, 1993. Color/Stereo 8 min. Vargas presents his reality.

Box 15, Video Tape 7, Program h

El Mundo L.A.: Raul Villa. Professor, 1993 Color/Stereo 8 min. Villa presents his reality.

 

Video Tape 8

Scope and Content Note

Note

The videos in Video tape #8 directed by Harry Gamboa Jr. and were presented in THE URBAN DESERT. 1994.
Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program a

Loner With A Gun. 1994 Color/Stereo 5 min. An artist(Luis Becerra) paints the town with reminders of violence.

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program b

At Fault. 1994 color/Stereo 6 min. Ex-spouses (Max Benavidez and Paulina Sahgun) meet in anger.

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program c

Huevitos. 1994 color/Stereo. 20 min. Domestic life is hell when . Husband (Humberto Sandoval) and Wife (Barbara Carrasco) disagree about what is sunny-side-up.

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program d

Eliminate The Sky, 1994 Color/Stereo 13 min. Two women (Diane Gamboa and Kate Vozoff) attempt to save/salvage a young man (Anthony C. Sandoval) whose idealism has taken him over the edge.

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program e

CUP of Sand, 1994 Color/Stereo 8 min. Roberto Bedoya's cup does not runneth over. Title Graphics: Zaneta Kosiba Vargas

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program f

Buzzard Buzzwords, 1994 color/stereo 6 min. Patients are locked out/subjected to toxic measures as mass hysteria ensues. Performed by Del Zamora, Maria Elena Gaitan. Ricardo Gonzalves, Humberto Sandoval, Octavio Tizoc Gaitan-Diaz Diego Gamboa. and Pilbuen Aranas.

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program g

Lost Shadow, 1994 Color/Stereo. 8 min. Older sister (Paulina Sahagun) is tired of baby-sitting her Younger Brother (Moises Corrales) and wants him out of her hair.

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program h

Oasis Erase Us, 1994 Color/Stereo 18 min. Gamblers are lost in a sea of concrete as they place their bets on nothingness. Performed by Linda Gamboa, Humberto Sandoval, Max Benavidez, and Diego Gamboa.

Box 15, Video Tape 8, Program i

Asphalt Dialogues, 1994 Color/Stereo 22 min. Anthony C. Sandoval. Cyclona. Willie Garcia, Kara Engel, John Valadez, and Octavio Tizoc Gaitan-Diaz present their perceptions of the present. Title Graphics: Apolina Vargas

 

Video Tape 9

Scope and Content Note

Note

VIDEO TAPE #9 was presented as video element of live performance, ANTIZONA at U.C. Irvine, 1987. The answers given during this tape are in response to questions which were unavailable to the live audience (questions are included in Stanford Collection).
Box 15, Video Tape 9, Program a

MARIA ALAMILLO. 4 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 9, Program b

BARBARA CARRASCO. 9 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 9, Program c

MARIA ELENA GAITAN. 10 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 9, Program d

DANIEL J. MARTINEZ. 9 min. (Flutter/Dropout on MASTER.)

Box 15, Video Tape 9, Program e

MAX BENAVIDEZ. 9 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 9, Program f

HUMBERTO SANDOVAL. 7 min.

 

Video Tape 10

Scope and Content Note

Note

Video Tape #10 contains the video element of the stories by Gamboa for CLUB LIMBO which was performed live at UC Irvine. Manuscript/audio is included in Stanford Collection.
Box 15, Video Tape 10, Program a

Story #1. 16 min. (Silent) Performed by Ricardo Gonzalves and Diego

Box 15, Video Tape 10, Program b

Story #2. 17 min. (Silent) Performed by Barbara Carrasco and Apolina Vargas.

Box 15, Video Tape 10, Program c

Story #3. 18 min., (Silent) Performed by Anthony C. Sandoval and Alberto Ybarra.

 

Video Tape 11

Box 15, Video Tape 11, Program a

Unedited video of Barbara Carrasco's MFA exhibition reception at CAL ARTS. Various people present: Ramon Favela, Zaragosa Vargas, Diane Gamboa, Zaneta Vargas, Dolores Huerta., Yreina Cervantes, Laura Aguilar, Marcos Sanchez and others. Color/Mono. 14 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 11, Program b

Unedited video of Sept 7. 1990 performance of IGNORE THE DENTS at the MILLION DOLLAR THEATRE in downtown L.A. Production by Daniel J.Martinez. Written by Harry Gamboa, Jr. 1 hour, 40 min.

 

Video Tape 12

Box 15, Video Tape 12, Program a

Vis a Vid, 1991. 13 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 12, Program b

Fire Medicine, 1992. 13 min.

Box 15, Video Tape 12, Program c

El Mundo, 1992. 13 min.

 

Preliminary Collection Guides, outdated

Box 1, Folder 1

Original contents listing.

Box 1, Folder 2

Contents listing: processing copy.