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Chicano Studies Research Center, UCLA
University of California, Los Angeles, Chicano Studies Research Center Library, 193 Haines Hall
Los Angeles, California 90095-1544
Phone: (310) 206-6052
Email: library@chicano.ucla.edu
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100 Years of the Latino Image in Hollywood Cinema (The Bronze Screen) Film Production Materials

Film, video, audio tape, and othe related original materials used in the production of the documentary film The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in Hollywood Cineman.b. Please note that accents have been omitted to facilitate the use...

 
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Aguilar (Laura ) Collection

This collection of papers consists mainly of printed material, photos and photocopied journal articles pertaining to the work of photographer Laura Aguilar. Included are images of her work with Latinas in Los Angeles and Mexico.To Facilitate the use of all...

 
Anguiano (Lupe) Papers

This collection contains over 23 linear feet of papers, photographs, printed materials, ephemera and realia related to Lupe Anguiano's personal and professional life. It ranges in date from 1944 to 2007. The collection has been divided into fourteen series: Personal,...

 
Artenstein (Isaac) Papers

This collection of papers, film and video relates mainly to the motion picture director Isaac Artenstein's production of Break of Dawn, his biographical film about the life and times of Pedro J. Gonzalez. Researchers who would like to indicate errors...

 
Aztlan (La Gente de) Archive

La Gente de Aztlan is a University of California, Los Angeles news magazine publication that focuses on Chicana/o, Latina/o, and Native American youth in Los Angeles as its main readership. It is a bilingual publication put together by UCLA students...

 
Aztlan Publications Papers, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press

Founded in 1969, the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press was partly responsible for the founding and flowering of Chicano studies in the 1970s—-launching the careers of young academics who could not find mainstream publishers. This collection of materials from...

 
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Bejarano (Guillermo) Papers

Papers, photocopies, photographs, and printed materials related to the art and editorial work of Guillermo Bejarano

 
Beltramo (Anthony) Collection

These are song sheets and instruction books Anthony Beltramo, PhD, has collected over several decades.

 
Benitez (Tomas) Collection

This collection of magazines, posters, gallery cards and show/gallery invitations comprises Tomas Benitez's personal collection of ephemera, memorabilia and realia relating to his experience and participation in the world of Los Angeles arts. Researchers who would like to indicate errors...

 
The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in Hollywood Cinema Documentary Film Production Materials

Film, video, audio tape, and othe related original materials used in the production of the documentary film The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in Hollywood Cinema n.b. Please note that accents have been omitted to facilitate the...

 
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Cane (Humberto) Papers

This is a collection of Humberto Cane's various papers, mainly sheet music and other papers related to performances of his band.To Facilitate the use of all types of web browsers, accents have been omitted.Researchers who would like to indicate errors...

 
Cane (Humberto) Record Collection

This collection of LP records and audio cassette tapes is from the personal collection of Humberto Cane, Cuban born band leader, composer and arranger. n.b. Please note that accents have been omitted to facilitate the use of all web browsers....

 
Cantu (Norma ) MALCS Papers

Printed material relating to the Mujeres Activas en Letras Y Cambio Social' Summer Institute and Conferencen.b. Accents have been removed to facilitate the use of most web browsers.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this...

 
CARA: Chicano Arts: Resistance and Affirmation Papers Volume II

CARA was a travelling exhibition of Chicano art curated by the Wight Gallery at UCLA. It was a showcase of 140 works of art produced between 1964 - 1985 by 90 artists. This collection of CARA's papers contains: correspondence between...

 
CASA HGT

CASA-HGT, (Centro de Accion Social Autonoma-Hermandad General de Trabajadores), was a Marxist-Leninist organization during the crucial civil rights period of 1965-1975 and it was led by Rudy Lozano, a Latino activist based in Chicago. He was instrumental in building the...

 
Castillo (Oscar) Papers

This collection consists of flyers, correspondence and materials relating to shows and exhibitions Oscar Castillo has been involved in.

 
Center Theater Group (Latino Theater Initiative )Papers 1980 - 2005

Manuscripts, videos, administrative papers, photographs related to the Los Angels based Center Theater Group and its Latino Theater Initiative

 
Chicano Art Resistant and Affirmation (CARA) exhibition records collection, ca.1985-1991.

Correspondence, grant documentation, press kits, photographs and slides, video, audiotapes, flyers and other ephemera material related to the CARA Exhibition. Materials were housed at the UCLA Hammer Museum and were officially transferred to the UCLA CSRC in October 2003.

 
Chicano Arts: (CARA) Resistance and Affirmation

CARA was a travelling exhibition of Chicano art curated by the Wight Gallery at UCLA. It was a showcase of 140 works of art produced between 1964 - 1985 by 90 artists. This collection of CARA's papers contains: correspondence between...

 
Chicano Civil Rights (The Church of the Epiphany) Archive

This is a collection of papers, photos and printed materials relating to Los Angele's Lincoln Heights Church of the Epiphany which served as a base for the Chicano Civil Rights Movement and more particularly the organizing efforts of Cesar Chavez.

 
Chicano Studies Research Center Library Record Collection

This record collection is part of the Chicano Studies Research Center's overall collection of books and music. It ranges from Mexican Folk Songs, Mariachi, Regional Mexican music, to Chick Corea, Duke Ellington and Chicano pop and rock music.To Facilitate the...

 
Chicano Studies Research Center Women's Unit Papers

The Women's Unit was created in view of the fact that women of Mexican decent carry the burden of their gender in addition to their racial and class status and that efforts by the CSRC to address and rectify Chicano...

 
Comision Femenil de Los Angeles Papers

This is a collection of papers consisting of the CFLA's agendas, meetings, notes, events, brochures and newsletters. Comision Femenil de Los Angeles, founded in 1970, was primarily concerned with advancing the image, role and contributions of the Chicana to and...

 
Correia (Patricia) Gallery Collection

The Patricia Correia Gallery Collection includes correspondence, ephemera, slides, photographs, organizational papers, and artist books that reflect the gallery's 17 years of documenting, preserving, and exhibiting fine art - with a specific focus on Mexican American artists. Researchers who would...

 
Cruz-Takash (Paule) Papers

This collection consists of a small sampling of materials published by Dr. Cruz-Takash and other related papers.

 
Cuadros (Gil) Collection

This collection consists of newspaper articles, books, journals and a scrapbook pertaining to the work of the writer, Gil Cuadros, most famous for his collection of short stories, City of God.**Please note that accents have been eliminated in order to...

 
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Davis (Grace Montanez) Papers

Grace Montanez Davis became politically active in the early 1950s, when she became involved with the Community Service Organization (CSO), a broad-based service organization founded in 1947 by Edward Roybal, Fred Ross, and Saul Alinsky. In 1967 she campaigned for...

 
Davis (Grace Montanez) Papers

Grace Montanez Davis became politically active in the early 1950s, when she became involved with the Community Service Organization (CSO), a broad-based service organization founded in 1947 by Edward Roybal, Fred Ross, and Saul Alinsky. In 1967 she campaigned for...

 
de la Rocha (Michael)

Papers related to his work as a journalist pertaining Mexican American issues

 
The Desegregation Collection

The following is a collection of all the Desegregation files completed from 1976-1983. These files consist of personal notes, index cards, articles, and newspaper clippings. Anything that has to do with the Desegregation issue (with education) will we located in...

 
Diaz (Ulises) Adobe LA Archive

This collection of papers represents the creative thought and writing of Adobe LA. Since its founding in 1992 as an activist collaboration of architects, artists and designers, ADOBE LA took the cultural landscape of Los Angeles, particularly that of the...

 
Donis (Alex) Collection

Paintings, sketches, videos, papers and photographs relating to the career of the Santa Monica based artist, Alex Donis. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu

 
Duron (Armando) Papers

This is a very small collection of music hall memorabilia of the late 1920s of the attorney and art collector Armando Duron.

 
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El Paladin (Newspaper) Collection

This is a collection of approximately 90 newspapers--but they might more accurately be called broadsheets are in Spanish and range in date form 1929 - 1937

 
en la Mira (America)

This collection of original artwork from the touring show, America en la Mira, represents about seventy-five percent of the original works in the show. The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center came to "own" these images, by default. The show came...

 
en L.A. (Vista) Archive

Vista en LA is a contemporary, popular music, entertainment magazine aimed at the Latino Spanish speaking audience with wide cross-over English speaking audiences in Southern California. Through the years (mid 1980s to the present day), the magazine has undergone a...

 
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Femenil (Comision ) de Los Angeles III

This is a collection of papers consisting of the CFLA's agendas, meetings, notes, events, brochures, newsletters, other publications and scholarship materials. Comision Femenil de Los Angeles, founded in 1970, was primarily concerned with advancing the image, role and contributions of...

 
Femenil (Comision) de Los Angeles Papers II

This is a collection of papers consisting of the CFLA's agendas, meetings, notes, events, brochures and newsletters. Comision Femenil de Los Angeles, founded in 1970, was primarily concerned with advancing the image, role and contributions of the Chicana to and...

 
The Fire of Life: The Legorreta (Robert) - Cyclona Collection

This collection of papers, photos, LP records and three dimensional items represents the personal collection of the performance artist Robert Legorreta also known as Cyclona. Items of special interest include Cyclona's scrapbook and LP record and artifact collection depicting representations...

 
Forum (American GI) of California Papers

The American GI Forum of California Collection includes correspondence, ephemera, and organizational papers documenting their activities. These materials offer researchers a lens into the often-difficult reintegration process that veterans undergo following their separation from the armed forces, as well as...

 
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Gamboa (Manazar) Collection

This collection consists of Chicano poet Manazar Gamboa's manuscripts, plays, poems, writing notes, and his written experiences of growing up in Chavez Ravine.

 
Gaspar de Alba (Alicia)

This is a collection of artifacts made by students to honor those women murdered in Juarez, Mexico in what has become known as the Maquiladora Murders. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding...

 
Gonzalez (Pedro J. ) Papers

A telegraph operator for Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution; a radio personality and popular recording artist in Los Angeles; an immigration activist framed for political purposes and sent to San Quentin prison; and finally, a man fighting for the...

 
Gonzalez (Rigoberto) Papers

Born in Bakersfield, California on July 18, 1970, and raised in Michoacán, Mexico, he is the son and grandson of migrant farmworkers, both parents now deceased. His extended family migrated back to California in 1980 and returned to Mexico in...

 
Grace Montez Davis collection, 1973-1978 : women, Bradley administration

Material relates to Davis' office as Deputy Mayor, documenting her activities as a public honorary figure.

 
Griswold del Castillo (Richard) Papers

This collection of papers represents Griswold del Castillo's 34 years of teaching, research and writing.

 
Gronk, (Gronk) Papers

The Gronk Papers include a diverse range of materials that span the entirety of Gronk's career, from approximately 1969 to 2007. These include materials related to his work with ASCO, his collaborative works and correspondence with artist Jerry Dreva, documentation...

 
Guerrero (Dan) Research Collection

The Dan Guerrero Research Collection includes ephemera, press kits, clippings, photographs, and audio visual materials documenting Mr. Guerrero's successful career as a Chicano activist, producer, and performance artist. Also included are materials reflecting the life and career of his father...

 
Guevara (Ruben) Records and Papers

Rubén Funkahuátl Guevara is a singer, songwriter, producer, writer, poet, performance artist, and impresario. He made his mark in music with his 1970s band Ruben & the Jets, who recorded two albums on the Mercury Record label, the first produced...

 
Gutierrez (Roberto) Papers

Chicano artist Roberto Gutierrez is one of the most important artists to come out of the East Los Angeles artistic boom of the early 1970s. This collection of papers, prints, sketches and photos represents a small but significant portion of...

 
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Hernandez (Ester) Papers

Collection of articles about Ester Hernandez and her artwork. Collection includes various post cards, gallery cards and other Illustrations of Hernandez's art.n.b. Accents have been removed to facilitate the use of most web browsers.Researchers who would like to indicate errors...

 
Higher education archive

Unpublished finding aid available in Chicano Studies Library.

 
Hurtado (Aida) Latino Eligibility Survey Papers

The Latino Eligibility Study, began in 1992 and was created to develop a clear understanding of the issues associated with the rate of Latino enrollment in higher education. It examined and assessed existing research and programs within and outside the...

 
Hurtado (Aida) L.E.S. Papers Vol. II

The Latino Eligibility Study, began in 1992 and was created to develop a clear understanding of the issues associated with the rate of Latino enrollment in higher education. It examined and assessed existing research and programs within and outside the...

 
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Industries (Homeboy ) Papers

In providing employment services, Homeboy targets and focuses on that segment of the community that finds it most difficult to secure employment on their own -- former gang members, parolees, and at-risk youth. Our programs offer a much-needed intervention to...

 
I.U.P (Inter-University Program) Summer Seminar Materials, 1990.

Material relates to I.U.P's summer Seminar, 1990.

 
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Leoni (Dennis, E.) Ressurection Boulevard Papers

This collection consists of production books, schedules and call sheets, memos, correspondence, resumes, head shots, art department materials, press kits, clippings and video cassettes.Resurrection Boulevard was the first weekly one-hour dramatic series to predominately feature Latinos in both the front...

 
L.E.S. Papers

A collection of memoranda, correspondence, research analysis and other papers related to the Latino Eligibility Study.To Facilitate the use of all types of web browsers, accents have been omitted.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in...

 
Lopez (Ron) Papers

This collection consists of Lopez's research materials on health, education and various other issues of social importance in the lives of Chicanos and Latinos in the United States.n.b. Please note that accents have been omitted to facilitate the use of...

 
Lopez (Ron) Sleepy Lagoon Research Papers

Materials in this collection represent three chronological periods: 1920s - 1930s; the early 1940s; and the period ranging between 1969 - 1978. The 1920s materials are primarily secondary materials from Journals. Much of the 1940s materials are primary, focusing on...

 
Luis M. Meza Papers

The collection consists of papers related to Meza's two films. A short: Who Gets to Water the Grass? And his feature film: The Staccato Purr of the Exhaust (working title, You Lose). Various work prints, Beta tapes, VHS tapes, final...

 
Lytle-Hernandez (Kelly) Collection of Border Patrol Research Papers

This collection of papers represents the research material Ms. Lytle-hernandez used for her book: MIGRA! A History of the U.S. Border Patrol (University of California Press, 2010) The first book to tell the story of how and why the U.S....

 
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Mendoza (Candelario) Music Collection

This collection of 78, 45 and 33 rpm records represents the collected music of educator and dance hall impresario Candelario Mendoza. In 1949 Candelario began a moonlighting career in radio while teaching. He worked as a Spanish radio announcer for...

 
Mexican Cultural Institute Archive

This collection from the the Mexican Cultural Institute consists of the administrative papers, internal executive papers, exhibit and program information, materials related to cross cultural programs and events and materials related to educational programs.This collection has not been well detailed....

 
Miller (Elaine K.) Oral History Collection

The Mexican Folk Narrative project was the result of Elaine K. Miller's PhD dissertation. With the aid of the distinguished scholar in the field of Hispanic folklore, Dr. Stanley Robe, Ms. Miller developed a dissertation proposal that involved collecting, annotating,...

 
Moore (Joan) Papers

This collection of approximately 28 linear feet of papers represents the background research underlying Dr. Joan Moore's groundbreaking books and research studies. Chief among them are her books: Homeboy: Gangs, Drugs and Prison in the Barrios of Los Angeles (Temple...

 
Mora (Magdalena ) Scholarship Papers

The Magdalena Mora Scholarship is made available annually to incoming, eligible, University of California Chicana / Latina students.This collection consists primarily of student scholarship applications and faculty evaluations between 1986 - 1989 and related papers.To Facilitate the use of all...

 
Morales (Dionicio) Papers

In 1963 Dionicio Morales, the son of Mexican American farmworkers, founded the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) in East Los Angeles to better the lives of Mexican American families by providing services such as education and job training. MAOF has...

 
Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (M.A.L.C.S.)

This collection of papers consists primarily of newsletters, meeting agendas and photos of seminars and meetings of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social, (M.A.L.C.S), a group affiliated with the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Women's Unit.To Facilitate the use...

 
Mujeres Activas En Letras y Cambio Social Papers Volume II

This collection of approximately 40 linear feet consists of MALCS various institutional papers with particualr emphasis on its important Summer programs, newsletter and membership related papers. This collection also includes video and audio tapes of historic relevance. MALCS Mission statement:...

 
Munoz (Ricardo) Collection

This collection consists of the working papers of Los Angeles County lawyer and judge Ricardo Munoz.This collection also includes his personal papers, his papers related to his work with Chicano organizations; artifacts, recordings and other materials related to his family...

 
Museum (Mexican) of San Francisco papers

This collection represents a broad selection of the internal papers of the Mexican Museum of San Francisco. Subjects covered include curatorial papers, exhibition materials, administrative papers, educational projects as well as future plans for the museum.**Please note that accents have...

 
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National Survey of People of Mexican Descent in the United States

This collection represents a very small sample of a much larger collection of surveys, questionnaires and papers related to this pioneer scholarly inquiry into the lives of Mexican immigrants in the United States.To Facilitate the use of all types of...

 
Nava (Julian) Papers

Julian Nava's career has combined civic involvement and teaching in the United States and in Venezuela, Colombia, Puerto Rico, and Spain. He served as the U.S. Ambassador to Mexicohe was the first Mexican American appointed to this positionand on the...

 
Niggli (Josephina ) Book Collection

The personal book Collection donated to UCLA by dramatist, writer and teacher, Josephina Niggli.n.b. Accents have been removed to facilitate the use of most web browsers.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid...

 
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Ortiz, (Joe) Papers and Radio Interviews

This collection consists of the papers and audio cassettes collected and created by journalist and talk show host, Joe Ortiz. This collection also contains the papers related to Mr. Ortiz's successful public relations company, Joe Ortiz and Associated. **Please note...

 
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Parlee (Lorena) Collection

This is a small collection donated by Lorena Parlee's mother to the Center in 2007. It consists of LP records, color slides and papers related to her films, Mexico and Break of Dawn.

 
Paulina Sahagún's CARA (Chicano Art Resistant and Affirmation) Collection, ca.1985-1991.

Flyers, memos, and correspondence from/to Paulina Sahagun, former program director of the CARA (Chicano Art Resistant and Affirmation) exhibition.

 
Paulina Sahagún's TENAZ (Teatro Nacional de Aztlan) organizational records (a portion) Collection, ca. 1964-1985.

Flyers, memos, and correspondence from/to Paulina Sahagún, former secretary of TENAZ (Teatro Nacional de Aztlan).

 
Pedro J. Gonzalez Papers

A telegraph operator for Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution; a radio personality and popular recording artist in Los Angeles; an immigration activist framed for political purposes and sent to San Quentin prison; and finally, a man fighting for the...

 
Plaza de la Raza Archive

This collection of approx. 300 linear feet represents both its administrative record as well as a record of its students artistic output.Situated in the century-old Lincoln Park, Plaza de la Raza is the only multidisciplinary cultural arts center serving Latinos...

 
Popp (Elena ) Papers

Elena I. Popp is an attorney and activist who has worked for several decades on behalf of social justice and change. She has worked on issues related to housing/tenants rights, the Peace movement, domestic violence, outreach to the homeless, slum...

 
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Rodriguez (Diane) Collection of Latino Theater Initiative Papers

This is a collection of approximately four linear feet of papers relating to Diane Rodriguez's career with the Center Theater Group's Latino Theater Initiative as well as her work as a leader in the creative community and as an actor.

 
Rodriguez (Peter ) Papers

Peter Rodriguez was raised in both Stockton and Jackson, California. It was there that he first became interested in Art. In 1975, he founded the Mexican Museum as an institution designed to collect, preserve, interpret and present the artistic expression...

 
Roybal (Edward R.) Papers

The collection consists of historical photographs, correspondence, and personal and organizational papers reflecting Edward Roybal's family history and years of public service as a Los Angeles City Councilman and U.S. Congressman. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact...

 
Rozaire (Charles) Collection

This collection represents the youthful collection of 78 rpm record of both Spanish language cancions and corridos as well American pop music of the era. All are in excellent condition. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or...

 
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Sahagun (Paulina) TENAZ (Teatros Nacionales de Aztlan) and CARA (Chicano Arts: Resistance and Affirmation) Collection

TENAZ is the acronym for Teatros Nacionales de Aztlan (National Theater of Aztlan). Beginning as a support group for regional Chicano / Latino theater groups it evoloved into an international festival of Chicano / Latino theater: first yearly, then as...

 
Sedano (Jose) Luis Papers

This collection consists of Jose Luis's collection of family history: Papers, photos, clippings, ephemera.This collection can serve as an excellent example of the experience of Mexican immigration into the U.S. Southwest in the 1930s - 1940s. It is well documented...

 
Self Help Graphics & Art Research Collection

Self Help Graphics and Art was founded in 1970 in Boyle Heights by Sister Karen Boccalero, Carlos Bueno, Antonio Ibañez and Frank Hernandez with a vision to begin an artistic revolution. Today, it is the leading non-profit visual arts center...

 
Siquieros, Francesco, X. Papers

This collection consists of:1.Francesco's spiral journals and a collection of handwritten notes that correspond to Wassily Kandinsky's Point and line to Plane. (These notes were intended for classroom teaching.)2. Open reel audio tapes from Francesco's Seattle based radio program "Philosophy...

 
Strike (Hunger ) for Chicano Studies at UCLA

This collection consists of flyers, memos, notes, form letters, faxes and photographs that document the events that occurred during the summer of 1993 when six students and one professor began a hunger strike to protest the decision of Chancellor Charles...

 
Studies (Chicano) Research Center Internal Files

The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC) was founded in 1969 with a commitment to foster multidisciplinary research efforts as part of the land grant mission of the University of California . That mission states that University of California research...

 
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Tartan (James) Film Collection

This is a collection of director / actor Jim Tartan's public service short films. Of particular interest are his films: Murals of Aztlan and his documentary of the arts group Los Four. **Please note that accents have been eliminated in...

 
Tovar (Nancy) Murals of East Los Angeles Slide Collection

This is a collection of approximately 600 color slides of Chicano / Raza oriented murals primarily situated in East Los Angles were photographed by Nancy Tovar in the 1970s. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions...

 
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Vallejo (Linda) Portfolio

This collection consists of a self produced portfolio of reproductions Ms. Vallejo's works: A Prayer for the Earth HOPE, in the Midst of War, Death and Destruction Nature and Spirit Los Cielos Tree People

 
Vasquez (Carlos) Newspaper and Journal Collection

This collection consists of a wide variety of rare small press Chicano and Latino themed newspapers mainly published between the late 1960s through the mid 1970s. The following are examples nespapers in this collection:La GenteLa VerdadUCLA Daily BruinVencerenosEl TecoloteLa RazaPalantePrensa...

 
Velez-Ibanez (Carlos G) Sterilization Papers

This is a research collection of Velez-Ibanez's papers and notes on the forced sterilization of woman of Latin American descent in the United States in the late 1930s. Most of the materials are photocopies.

 
Vista L.A.

Unpublished finding aid available in Chicano Studies Library.

 
VIVA

This collection primarily consists of papers related to the administration, events, exhibitions, performances, projects, outreach, project, art and publications of VIVA!, an organization founded to promote Lesbian Latina and Gay Latino artists and their culture. The collection contains photographs, negatives,...

 
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Weber (Devra) Papers

The collection consists of newspapers, correspondence, flyers, and magazines collected by Devra Weber from the 1960's to the 1970's. The material primarily pertains to the Chicano Moratorium, Ruben Salazar, the Labor Movement, the Chicana/o Movement, women's issues, education, prisons, and...

 
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'Zines Collection (CSRC) Library

This collection consists of small magazines, also known as 'Zines. They are on a range of topics but all within the heading of Chicano Studies. They were hand crafted by the students of Professor Maylei Blackwell's Chicano Studies class at...