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Section 1. The Biographical Works of Tomás Rivera.

Series Scope and Content Summary

16 boxes containing handwritten compositions and printed material on the life and philosophy of Dr. Rivera, mainly covering the years 1965 to 1984.
Box 1, Folder 1

Early Childhood Outlines 1960-65

Physical Description: 5 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR writes about his family history and outlines his grandfather's involvement in the Mexican Revolution. Include material on TR's childhood years in Crystal City, TX, and attending the barrio school of doña Herminia Sifuentes.
Folder 2

Public School Reflections 1960-79

Physical Description: 8 AMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR reflects on his early educational experiences from barrio schools to public schools in Crystal City, TX. Describes the most influential teachers he had as a child and first use of a public library. Include TR's birth certificate.
Folder 3

Family Correspondence 1957-78

Physical Description: 20 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Contain various letters from TR's children and close relatives. Include vintage letters sent to Concepción Rivera dating back to the late 1950's with early poetry.
Folder 4

TR's Academic Development 1968-70

Physical Description: 12 TMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR writes about his civic and academic development as he pursues a career in higher education. Include latest material on his published research and administrative duties.
Folder 5

Educational Transcripts 1956-65

Physical Description: 8 AMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR's college transcripts from Southwest Texas State Teachers College and of UT Austin. Include some of his Crystal City High School transcripts obtained by the TR Documentary Team in 1988.
Folder 6

University of Arizona 1963

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Guido Capponi, director of the Spanish Institute of the National Defense and Education Act at the University of Arizona congratulates TR on being chosen to attend their Summer Program for secondary teachers in Guadalajara, México.
Folder 7

UON Graduate Acceptance 1966

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Oklahoma at Norman accepts TR as a graduate student for the fall of 1966. Includes a letter of recommendation from Lowell Dunham, chairman of the Department of Modern Languages at UON.
Folder 8

UCR Memorial Material 1984

Physical Description: 46 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Articles concerning TR's sudden death and memorial services held at UCR. Include press releases and essays on the contributions TR made to the humanities and higher education.
Folder 9

UCR Memorial Program 1984-85

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various colleagues from California and Texas create poems and dedicate them to TR. Includes a memorial poem on the symbol of excellence TR portrayed.
Folder 10

UCR Memorial Service 1984

Physical Description: 40 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Articles regarding the ceremony of TR's memorial at UCR in tribute to his life and work. Include press releases and essays highlighting his outstanding career as an educator.
Folder 11

UCR Memorial Material 1975-84

Physical Description: 11 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Several newspaper articles and press releases highlighting TR's life and work. Include his literary and academic development at various universities.
Folder 12

Philosophical Ideas of TR 1970-78

Physical Description: 9 AMs/TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR discusses and analyzes his thoughts on the existential questions of life. He also defines his ideas on the meaning of life and the purpose of art and literature. (This file contains the essence of TR's wisdom and philosophy.)
Folder 13

Philosophy Questions 1960-70

Physical Description: 2 AMs/TM

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Contain information on the philosophical nature of man and TR's questions on ethics of a human society. Includes the essay entitled "The Ways of Mankind," by Walter Goldschmidt.
Folder 14

CEO Goals and Objectives 1980-84

Physical Description: 3 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR discusses his development in the academic arena and his goals as a corporate executive officer. Contain material on the goal orientation he set up for himself in reaching the post of corporate executive officer of UCR.
Folder 15

Philosophical Development 1957

Physical Description: 2 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR gives his own philosophy of life and the balance needed for a fully actualized life. Discusses the four spectrums of living; the spiritual, social, intellectual and physical.
Box 2, Folder 1

Early Curriculum Vitae 1969-72

Physical Description: 8 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Early versions of TR's first curriculum vitae submitted to various organizations and universities. Include material on conferences and programs he attended.
Folder 2

UTSA Academic Outlines 1970-74

Physical Description: 10 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Early drafts of TR's curriculum vitae during his tenure at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Folder 3

UTSA Educational Outlines 1975

Physical Description: 4 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Revisions on TR's curriculum vitae at UTSA including material on his published research and administrative duties.
Folder 4

UTSA Academic Outlines 1977-78

Physical Description: 12 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR's revised curriculum vitae at UTSA as the vice president for administration. Contain the most recent bibliographic entries on TR's publications.
Folder 5

UTEP Academic Outlines 1979

Physical Description: 6 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR's revised curriculum vitae before he transfers from the University of Texas at El Paso to the University of California at Riverside.
Folder 6

UCR Academic Memberships 1981

Physical Description: 1 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR revises his curriculum vitae to include his most recent memberships in education. Include latest honors received from various institutions across the United States.
Folder 7

UCR New Appointments 1983

Physical Description: 1 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR revises his curriculum vitae to include the most recent information on his new appointments in education and honors at UCR.
Folder 8

UCR Curriculum Vitae 1984

Physical Description: 1 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR's final UCR curriculum vitae with the most current information on his career before his death on May 16, 1984.
Box 3, Folder 1

UCR Corporate Network 1979

Physical Description: 4 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Revised copies of TR's curriculum vitae at UCR which include the latest appointments to educational and corporate boards across the U.S.
Folder 2

UCR Curriculum Update 1980

Physical Description: 11 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various copies of TR's curriculum vitae at UCR and information on his most recent appointments and honors.
Folder 3

New Academic Appointments 1981

Physical Description: 5 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Revised copies of TR's curriculum vitae at UCR and his new academic appointments in higher education.
Folder 4

UCR Academic Honors 1982

Physical Description: 10 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Copies of TR's revised curriculum vitae and current honors from various universities in the U.S.
Folder 5

UCR Academic Record 1983

Physical Description: 15 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR revises his UCR curriculum vitae and adds his most recent educational and corporate appointments.
Folder 6

UCR Administrative Honors 1984

Physical Description: 8 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Copies of TR's revised curriculum vitae with his most current educational and administrative appointments.
Folder 7

Revised Curriculum Vitae 1984

Physical Description: 15 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Contain material on TR's educational development and on his most current revisions to his UCR curriculum vitae.
Folder 8

TR's Academic Career 1969-84

Physical Description: 7 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR's curriculum vitae of his educational and administrative development throughout his academic career at the University of Oklahoma at Norman, the University of Texas at San Antonio and the University of California at Riverside.
 

Sub-section 1.1 Correspondence of Tomás Rivera.

Box 4, Folder 1

Abbott, James H. 1969-75

Physical Description: 11 ALS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Council on International Educational Exchange sends TR information on its travel policy. Also, Dr. Abbott updates TR on the future visits of García Márquez and Cortázar to the University of Oklahoma and about his book on Azorín.
Folder 2

Ables, Robert L. 1974

Physical Description: 2 ALS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The undergraduate students of Puerta Abierta invites TR to speak on Chicano literature at Bee County Junior College in Beeville, TX, during its symposium on September 12, 1974.
Folder 3

Abrego, Silas H. 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR requests information from Montal Associates on bilingual and bicultural services offered to the community. TR states that El Ojo: Chicano Newsletter, lists their programs.
Folder 4

Ackley, Randall 1974-75

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Updates TR on the current film, Southwest Indian, and on the Southwest Poets Conference. Also, discusses Randall's new manuscript entitled "People from the Rio Grande."
Folder 5

Ader, Kathleen J. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR shows interest in the new chairmanship in the Department of Foreign Languages at New Mexico State University, but then receives word that Dr. Sergio Elizondo was selected.
Folder 6

Affleck, Marilyn 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Oklahoma invites TR to speak at its homecoming conference entitled "Celebrating Diversity in Graduate Education," on February 9, 1980.
Folder 7

Aguayo, Al 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Denver Public School District invites TR to be a consultant on their bilingual education program in order to improve the needs of a diverse student population.
Folder 8

Aguilar, Andy 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a cover letter; include Aguilar's letter to the president of L.A. Times, and commentary on the psychology of the Chicano to the editor of Esquire magazine, explaining a special project with Mexico and the Chicano community.
Folder 9

Aguilar D., Ricardo 1979-82

Physical Description: 23 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Personal file on Aguilar's academic work including his curriculum vitae and new publications in Aztlárr, Excelsior, and Tierra Abierta. Also, discusses his work in Palabra Nueva; El Gallo Ilustrado; and El Día.
Folder 10

Aguirre, Alfred 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR. He mentions finding out about it in the August 1979, issue of Nuestro magazine. TR responds: "Concha, kids and I are doing quite well, after migrating around the country."
Folder 11

Aguirre, Lila 1982

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Updates TR on her future plans in Texas: "I have 26 years of federal service so I plan to retire and do my thing." TR answers: "I envy you... I was in Texas for a week and I certainly sensed a lot of activity, optimism and cultura..."
Folder 12

Alarcón S., Justo 1979-83

Physical Description: 12 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Updates TR on a new Chicano journal, La Palabra: " Será exclusivamente (o casi) en español, sin excluir algo creativo inglés o bilingüe." Include notes and Justo's vita.
Folder 13

Alcalá, Hugo 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A UCR professor sends TR an update on his living conditions in Paraguay. "La repatriación tiene sus inconvenientes. No precisamente el de `you can never go home again,' sino otros que dejan perplejo al repatriado."
Folder 14

Alcaraz, Javier 1972

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a letter of interest in a Spanish fellowship and Ph.D. program at the University of Texas at San Antonio. TR responds that UTSA does not have such a program in Spanish.
Folder 15

Alcover, Madeleine 1973

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a letter showing an interest in teaching French literature at UTSA. Encloses her curriculum vitae and publication plans concerning her new critical edition of Cyrano de Bergerac's l'Autre monde, forthcoming from Paris, France.
Folder 16

Alfaro, Jr., Manuel R. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of Central Michigan University sends TR an honoraium for his lecture given to the Chicano students.
Folder 17

Allen, Amy A. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the Visiting Teachers Institute for inviting him to speak regarding his views on higher education.
Folder 18

Allen, Barbara 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR gives his recommendation to a reference request from the California State Department of Social Services.
Folder 19

Allen, Stuart J. 1972

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests material from the Association of Texas Colleges and Universities concerning accreditation guidelines.
Folder 20

Alley, Bill 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests information on setting up a scholarship fund at Southwest Texas State University. "While I attended SWTSU, I was taught by at least one outstanding professor who really opened up new avenues of intellectual endeavor and growth."
Folder 21

Alvarado, Andrew 1980

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The California State University at Fresno invites TR to the inauguration of Dr. Tomás Arciniega who becomes the highest ranking Chicano academic administrator of the CSU System.
Folder 22

Alvirez, David 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for the position of vice president of Pan American University in Texas. TR states: "I believe that his record...plus his credibility with students, staff and faculty make him a worthwhile candidate for the position."
Folder 23

Alurista, (Urista, A.) 1974-81

Physical Description: 9 TLS/AL

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR an update on how "Festival Floricanto II promete ser una bomba literaria con semejante participación." Also, TR congratulates Alurista on the first issue of Maize. ¡Felicitaciones! Como siempre lo que haces, lo haces bien."
Folder 24

Amaya, Abel 1974-80

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR supports a Ford Foundation grant for Dr. Sergio Elizondo to participate in the Cuarto Congreso de la Nueva Narrativa Hispanoamericana at the Universidad del Valle, Columbia.
Folder 25

Ament, Barbara 1977

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The program assistant for the Hispanic conference sends TR his honorarium for his speech at the Visitors Program in Washington, D.C., on December 7, 1977.
Folder 26

Anaya, Rudolfo 1971-83

Physical Description: 13 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR supports him for an MacArthur Prize stating: "I judge that his most important demonstration of his capacity for original work is through his continuance of a `myth' in the setting of New Mexico." Include Anaya's discussion of Tierra.
Folder 27

Anaya, Tony 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes to the governor of New Mexico of his delight in meeting him during the commencement in Puerto Rico. Anaya writes: "I am particularly interested in the concrete steps that your university has taken in a quest for excellence."
Folder 28

Ancira, R.E. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR accepts the invitation to be the guest speaker for the LULAC Installation of officers Banquet on June 5, 1972.
Folder 29

Anderson, Gene 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR professor sends TR a letter regarding his opinions on the history and the present condition of the campus. He laments the expansion of the administrative bureaucracy and the decline of the faculty and student body.
Folder 30

Andrade, Sally 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his new position as executive vice president of the University of Texas at El Paso. TR responds: "The university also has a bright future and during these first few days I am getting to know quite a few people..."
Folder 31

Andrews, Grover J. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR responds to a letter of the UTSA Committee on Standards and Reports. He states: "We are delighted to know that the committee has reviewed and accepted our report."
Folder 32

Andrews, Jr., Norwood 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the director of the Placement Bureau of Texas Tech University for the prompt reply to his request.
Folder 33

Anguiano, Leonard R. 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Mexican American Cultural Center of San Antonio invites TR to be their guest speaker and be interviewed on KWEX-TV.
Folder 34

Apodaca, David 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Thanks TR for the exchange of ideas and essays on Chicano literature, especially for his story, "Las salamandras." TR submits a few manuscripts of other Chicano writers to be reviewed for publishing in Puerto del Sol.
Folder 35

Aragón, Luis 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Citizens Communication Center receives TR's agenda for his visit to Washington D.C., regarding the Latino media.
Folder 36

Arce, Carlos 1978-83

Physical Description: 7 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends an update on various opportunities that exist internationally through the Fulbright program. Also, Dr. Arce nominates TR to the College Board. Include Arce's vita.
Folder 37

Arciniega, Joe 1979

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The MEChA chairperson of Riverside City College invites TR to be the keynote speaker of the "End Barrio Warfare Conference." The focus is to educate those Chicanos who will be managing society in the future.
Folder 38

Arciniega, Tomás 1982-83

Physical Description: 22 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR promotes Arciniega's leadership skills and recommends him for the presidency of several universities. TR states: "He is a person of great integrity..." Also, Arciniega sends TR a copy of a letter addressed to the president of the U.S.
Folder 39

Arellano, Raúl 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Asks permission to publish TR's essay, "Dynamic Intimacy," in the forthcoming Journal of Ethnic Studies, fall of 1975.
Folder 40

Arévalo, Rudolfo 1973-82

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Hispanic Administrators and Faculty Association invites TR to receive an award for strong leadership in education.
Folder 41

Arias, Antonio 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The city of Hemet invites TR to be the keynote speaker during its Cinco de Mayo festivities.
Folder 42

Arias, Ron 1975-79

Physical Description: 21 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR writes the preface for Arias' novel, Tamazunchale, and states his philosophy of literature. Also, Arias sends TR a new short story, "El señor del Chivo." Many publications and literary ideas are mentioned in their correspondence.
Folder 43

Avena, Richard J. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the Commission for Civil Rights for the material from their research agency.
Folder 44

Ávila, Arthur D. 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks Dr. Ávila for sending a copy of his remarks made in testimony at the Human Relations Commission.
Folder 45

Ayala, Elaine 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The MEChA students thank TR for the excellent presentation of Chicano literature and invites him to return next year to the University of Philadelphia.
Folder 46

Ayer, George W. 1972

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Reimbursement details are examined with TR for the informal discussion on planning and structure of UTSA.
Box 5, Folder 1

Bacchetti, Raymond F. 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests information regarding an administrative position at Stanford. Later, TR writes that he has changed his mind.
Folder 2

Baker, Jr., Howard H. 1983

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR appreciation for the exchange of ideas during his visit to Washington, D.C. Baker states: "Our dialogue was important to me, and I hope our paths cross again."
Folder 3

Baldwin II, Lewis M. 1972

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Asks permission to publish TR's short stories from Tierra, in the forthcoming anthology, Voices of Aztlán.
Folder 4

Ballesteros, David 1971-81

Physical Description: 8 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR supports the Teacher Corps program in Edgewood, TX, and recommends Ballesteros as a qualified administrator to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Folder 5

Ballesteros, Octavio A. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to submit an article for a new bilingual/bicultural anthology focusing on higher education.
Folder 6

Baltodano, Josefina C. 1982-83

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to send her a few poems to be included in her presentations and also invites him to visit UC Berkeley. Include TR's congratulations on Dr. Baltodano's leadership in Raza Administrators and Counselors in Higher Education.
Folder 7

Barac, Vladimir 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information regarding teaching positions at UTSA. Include his curriculum vitae and a brief teaching outline.
Folder 8

Barkin, Kenneth D. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and explains the Education Abroad Program. TR thanks him for his letter.
Folder 9

Barrera, Cecilio 1983

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends him a letter concerning the philosophy and mission of a land-grant university, such as UCR. He also states his goals and vision for a better university.
Folder 10

Barricelli, Jean-Pierre 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and is convinced that "under your leadership UCR will fare very well."
Folder 11

Barrio, Raymond 1980

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and sends his new book entitled The Plum Plum Pickers.
Folder 12

Barrios, Gregg 1981

Physical Description: 8 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR writes the forward to Greg Barrios' Puro rollo stating: "This collection of poems is about deep and profound sensitivity as well as cynical and ideal political perception."
Folder 13

Bayless, Carl C. 1982

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to send him a letter of reference. TR responds: "Yes, I would be more than glad to provide a reference anytime you need one."
Folder 14

Beaty, Charles 1984

Physical Description: 2 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends congratulations to the high school principal for his Blue Star Regiment's participation in the Rose Bowl.
Folder 15

Benitez, Yolanda 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his recommendation to the Educational Placement Department stating: "I recommend Ms. Benítez as an accomplished administrator."
Folder 16

Bennett, Rose Marie 1971-78

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to be a judge for the poetry contest during the "Festival Hispánico," in San Antonio, TX.
Folder 17

Bensusan, Guy 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a letter requesting information on the slide presentation he exhibited at Michigan State University.
Folder 18

Bernal, Ernest M. 1976-84

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Dr. Bernal for the position of director of the Department of Bicultural/Bilingual Studies at UTSA. Updates TR on his new research projects at CSU Fresno.
Folder 19

Bernal, Joe J. 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR's input on a bilingual educational survey for his doctoral dissertation in Texas.
Folder 20

Bernal, María L. 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to be the keynote speaker for the banquet at the First Annual Chicano Youth Leadership Conference held in Sacramento, CA. Include agenda and background material.
Folder 21

Bernhardt, Kathryn 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR grants permission to publish his short stories in the anthology of Modern Chicano Writers, sponsored by Spectrum Books.
Folder 22

Betanzos-P., Odón 1984

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR is invited to be a corresponding scholar for the Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española. TR gladly accepts the appointment: "Acepto la nominación con todo gusto."
Folder 23

Betchov, Greti 1973

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR reads Robert J. Garza's manuscript, Contemporary Chicano Theatre, and gives the publishers his literary critique.
Folder 24

Biddle, Livingston L. 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The National Endowment for the Arts thanks TR for his fine contribution made to the National Council of the Arts.
Folder 25

Bigelow-Dixon, Michael 1980

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives a copy of a play manuscript adapted from Tierra, and would like to discuss it with the playwright.
Folder 26

Blake, Jr., Elias 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes that he will be unable to attend the inauguration ceremonies of the nineteenth president of Clark College in Atlanta, GA, due to previous commitments.
Folder 27

Blakely, Edward J. 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Recognizes TR as a leader for the Latino community in California and acknowledges reading about him in El Chicano.
Folder 28

Bleznick, Donald W. 1969

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Hispania publication confirms TR's interest in possible book reviews dealing with teaching Spanish and Portuguese.
Folder 29

Bloch, Jacqueline 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Texas Association of College Teachers thank TR for hi keynote address on minorities in higher education.
Folder 30

Booker, sam 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The U.S. office of Education invites TR to be an evaluator to assist in selecting proposals which will help improve equal educational opportunities for all minority students.
Folder 31

Bottalico, Michele 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/It.
Requests TR's permission to translate Tierra, into Italian for publication in Italy. He includes a small sample of his Italian translation of ...e la terra non si apri'.
Folder 32

Bourgin, Mariada C. 1977-78

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR material on the Fulbright-Hays research guidelines and requests that if he goes to Cuba and presents a paper at the Casa de las Américas, to send back his first impressions.
Folder 33

Bowen, Joshua David 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR a letter on the administrative details dealing with the publishing of a Mexican edition of Romance Villista.
Folder 34

Boyd, Lois 1982-83

Physical Description: 9 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR reviews León Felipe: The Essential Poet, and finds "the work lacks originality." He also states that Luis Rius' Poeta de barro is the best analysis written on León Felipe.
Folder 35

Boyer, Ernest L. 1980-83

Physical Description: 7 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks Ernest Boyer, president of the Carnegie Foundation for his participation during the inauguration ceremonies at UCR. Include material on the book, The High School Report.
Folder 36

Bracero, Aida 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Environmental Action Coalition requests material in Spanish from TR to help educate Latino groups in New York on how to get rid of water and garbage pollution.
Folder 37

Bradley, Tom 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR information on A1 Juárez, the new director of the Small Business Program for the city of Los Angeles, CA.
Folder 38

Branch, William B. 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR information concerning the staffing of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Television and some problem involving institutional racism.
Folder 39

Breeding, Joan 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to join the provost and president of Loma Linda University at a special breakfast with LLU's Board of Trustees to help raise scholarships funds.
Folder 40

Briggs, James E. 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The U.S. Department of State thanks TR for his thoughtful letter and assistance on the First Hispanic Day Conference at Washington, D.C.
Folder 41

Briones, Ernesto 1971-72

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends him material on the opening of UTSA and of the present timetable for the identification of faculty.
Folder 42

Brown, Ab 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratualtes TR on being selected chairman of the National Chicano Council on Higher Education.
Folder 43

Brown, Jr., George 1981-84

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a letter concerning the Pell Grant Program and the Reagan administration's appropriations proposals to cut back on student loans. Include UCR general correspondence.
Folder 44

Brown, Irving R. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to meets with the faculty of UTEP during the Department's General Faculty Meeting on November 7, 1978.
Folder 45

Bruce-Novoa, Juan 1975-79

Physical Description: 11 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR agrees to participate in Chicano Authors: Inquiry by Interview. He states: "I share your enthusiasm in attempting to complete this project." Bruce-Novoa also discusses a new theory of looking at TR's novel based on the interior voice.
Folder 46

Brueckner, Peter F. 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to attend the reunion given by the Department of Modern Languages and Literature at the University of Oklahoma at Norman.
Folder 47

Buggs, John A. 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to participate in a national conference of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights addressing problems facing the public school system of the Southwest.
Folder 48

Burnam, Rhonda 1974

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes a poem which is requested by a high school student. He writes: "Who are you Rhonda? / unknown to me... Somehow, / yes somehow, because / of you, / we are now part of each other / always / For you have dared to extend the word."
Folder 49

Burns, Gerald P. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR agrees to give a seminar for the Leadership Training Institute of Our Lady of the Lake University. His focus will be "La educación universitaria."
Folder 50

Burtchaell, James T. 1979-82

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR accepts the nomination to join the National Commission for Hispanic Americans. Receives new material on the need to secure enough funding to begin operations.
Folder 51

Burunat, Silvia 1983

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Asks permission to publish TR's short stories from Tierra, hoping to produce a new textbook entitled Nuevas voces del barrio. Include legal issues by Editorial Justa Press.
Folder 52

Bustamante, Jorge 1972-83

Physical Description: 12 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR regrets he will be unable to attend the seminar at UNAM on the Chicano movement. Also, the World Affairs Council invites Dr. Bustamente to be their honored guest speake.
Folder 53

Butler, John L. 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends appreciation for the pleasure of participating in the commencement ceremonies at Western New Mexico University and for the degree of honoris causa.
Box 6, Folder 1

Camarillo, Alberto 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends a letter of appreciation stating: "Antes que se pase más tiempo quería mandarte una notita para expresarte el orgullo que sentí al trabajar juntos por el progreso de nuestra gente."
Folder 2

Camp, Hilda 1978

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A student of UTSA requests TR to review her mother's poetry. TR agrees to analyze the literary manuscripts.
Folder 3

Campbell, León 1980

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR an article entitled "Up From Obscurity: Voices of Mexican American Literature," by Raymund A. Paredes. Also, TR writes him a note of appreciation for his thoughtfulness.
Folder 4

Canaday, John E. 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR invites the vice chairman of Southern California Savings and Loan Association to visit UCR.
Folder 5

Candelaria, Cordelia 1981

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR an article on the "Chancellor's Group Expanding Search," formed to aid the selection of a new chancellor at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Folder 6

Cano, Luis R. 1977-78

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR receives material from the Asociación para el Avance del México Americano and joins the board to assist in the planning strategies of future events.
Folder 7

Cano, Rubén 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR gives a lecture on Chicano literature at the University of Houston and thanks everyone for such a delightful visit.
Folder 8

Cantú, Bennie 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends information regarding his academic status at UTSA.
Folder 9

Cantú, Roberto 1974-83

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends confirmation to the editor of Mester, that he has finished his novel, "La casa grande del pueblo," and thanks Cantú for sending him copies of Escolios and Campo Libre.
Folder 10

Cárdenas-Dwyer, Carlota 1981

Physical Description: 11 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR thanks her for the pamphlet on "How to Help Your Child Become a Better Writer." Includes a request for TR to write a recommendation for Cárdenas-Dwyer's tenure process.
Folder 11

Cárdenas, Isaac 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information from TR on employment opportunities at UTSA. Encloses his vita just in case TR becomes aware of any other job openings in educational administration.
Folder 12

Cardus, David 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to present a paper at a symposium sponsored by the Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston. His paper is entitled "The Spanish Language in the United States, 1513-1976."
Folder 13

Carilla, Emilio 1980-82

Physical Description: 14 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A UCR professor sends TR various articles on Spanish literature and explains his abrupt departure from UCR. TR states: "Usted no necesita ni debe ninguna explicación a nadie por la forma abrupta de su alejamiento de Riverside."
Folder 14

Carlos, Alberto 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR a letter regarding his new short stories and book entitled Anglos and Other Strangers in Chicano Fiction.
Folder 15

Carlos, Manuel L. 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR's advice in an anthology of Chicano literature which would be produced in collaboration with Spanish institutions and government agencies.
Folder 16

Carreón, Jr., Reynaldo J. 1981

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Invites TR to be a keynote speaker for La Segunda Conferencia Hispana del Desierto on April 21, 1981, in Indio, CA.
Folder 17

Carrillo, Manuel 1983

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Daniel Gómez sends TR a catalog on Carrillo's photography and would like to set up a meeting to discuss the importance of his work.
Folder 18

Carter, Jimmy 1979

Physical Description: 1 PrP

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The White House sends TR a Christmas card which is signed by Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter on December 19, 1979.
Folder 19

Castañeda, Antonia 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR refers to his novel, "La casa grande," and mentions his new story, "Las salamandras," published in Mester and Caracol.
Folder 20

Castañeda, V. Emilio 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Sends TR a letter of appreciation for the concern and advice given on the administrative dilemma with the Academic Senate of the University of New Mexico.
Folder 21

Castañeda, James A. 1971-74

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Institute of Hispanic Culture invites TR to give a presentation on Chicano literature at Rice University of Houston, TX.
Folder 22

Castillo, Leonel J. 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends best wishes on his new role as U.S. Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization. TR writes: "Sé que bajo tu liderato se le traerá más justicia al pueblo..."
Folder 23

Castro, Rodolfo H. 1980-81

Physical Description: 19 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his recommendation on Castro's work as a community leader for a presidential appointment at the White House.
Folder 24

Cavallari, Héctor Mario 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Professor Cavallari sends TR a copy of his essay entitled "La muerte y el deseo: notas sobre la poesía de Juan Felipe Herrera," presented at the García Márquez symposium at UCR.
Folder 25

Cavazos, Lauro F. 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a letter of appreciation for exchange of ideas concerning their philosophy of education. Cavazos recognizes their similarities in thinking and development.
Folder 26

Chabrán, Richard 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Chicano studies librarian at UCLA sends TR an article entitled "The Production of Chicano Writings," submitted for TR's information and review.
Folder 27

Chandler, Bruce 1984

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends UCR's teaching ethos at the under graduate level to Chandler's son who is interested in continuing his education at the university level.
Folder 28

Chapman, James P. 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR some questions regarding budget preparations using the formula budgeting system and requests that TR send some examples of how UTSA prepares its budget.
Folder 29

Char, Kenneth F.C. 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The vice chairman of Aloha Airlines sends TR congratulations as the new chancellor of UCR.
Folder 30

Charles, Alan F. 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR apologies regarding the incident that occurred at the UC Board Regents' meeting at UCLA.
Folder 31

Chater, Shirley S. 1981-83

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her to David P. Gardner for the position of chancellor at the UC Irvine campus.
Folder 32

Chavaría, Elvira 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Benson Latin American Collection of UT Austin offers to house TR's manuscripts. TR accepts, but later changes his mind.
Folder 33

Chávez, Alberto 1979-80

Physical Description: 11 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends Chávez a letter of recommendation for the Education Policy Fellowship at George Washington University.
Folder 34

Chávez, Richard 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information on how to publish his book of poetry. TR sends him the address of Tonatiuh Publications, Inc.
Folder 35

Chavira, Robert 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends him information regarding scholarship opportunities in Texas and recommends that he contact Project STAY.
Folder 36

Cheng, Grace M. 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR an update on her current academic status at UCR and requests a letter of recommendation.
Folder 37

Cheung, Domino K. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR congratulations as the new chancellor of UCR and inquires if he remembers "the good old hard working days."
Folder 38

Chittenden, Jean 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is confirmed as professor in the Department of Foreign Languages of Trinity University at San Antonio, TX, on a part-time basis.
Folder 39

Christenberry, George E. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests information concerning innovative procedures and materials in creating a foreign language department at a new university which he is in the process of developing.
Folder 40

Cisneros, René 1977-79

Physical Description: 12 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a letter of recommedation from TR for a NEH Summer Seminar and for a new academic position in Chicano studies.
Folder 41

Cleaver, Thomas J. 1978-80

Physical Description: 9 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a letter of recommendation from TR for the position of dean of the School of Education at Stephen F. Austin State University, TX.
Folder 42

Clegg, J. Halvor 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information from TR on developing a bilingual educational program at Brigham Young University at Provo, UT.
Folder 43

Clute, Steve 1984

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR an invitation to attend a fund-raiser for his reelection campaign to the State Assembly of California.
Folder 44

Cobos, Rubén 1974-75

Physical Description: 10 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR an update on his upcoming book entitled Spanish Proverbs of the Southwest.
Folder 45

Coe, Robert K. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The dean of the School of Business at CSPU San Luis Obispo sends TR congratulations as the new chancellor of UCR.
Folder 46

Cogburn, Cathy 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests material from TR regarding undergraduate studies at UTSA and specifically in the area of elementary education.
Folder 47

Cole, Harold E. 1967

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives a request to translate an article for Lear Siegler, Incorporated; the title is not mentioned.
Folder 48

Conrad, Eileen 1981-83

Physical Description: 23 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR's recommendation for a journalistic position at the Sun Company newspaper of San Bernardino, CA.
Folder 49

Contreras, Frank 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Fourteenth Annual Migrant Education Conference invites TR to be the keynote speaker and address the theme, "Towards New Horizons."
Folder 50

Contreras, Lucio 1983

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The administrator of Data Services of the Attorney General's office of Austin, TX, thanks TR for the journals sent and compliments him for the excellent work in the community.
Folder 51

Cording, Dick 1980

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The dean of humanities of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX, sends TR congratulations on his new job.
Folder 52

Cornelius, Wayne A. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR agrees to moderate a panel on Chicano studies entitled "Chicano Literature: Intellectual Implication," sponsored by the Latin American Studies Association at the University of Houston, TX.
Folder 53

Cornwall, Frank I. 1976

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of the UT System Police Academy invites TR to give a lecture to the Twenty-third Basic Training School Session at UT Austin and speak on Chicano issues and perspectives that can help the law enforcement profession.
Folder 54

Coronado, Gregorio 1978-79

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An educator of the Equal Opportunity office of Weber State College, Ogden, UT, congratulates TR on his new position.
Folder 55

Cortés, Carlos 1979-80

Physical Description: 7 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR some recent articles on Hispanics and the media. Thanks TR for attending the Chicano studies potluck.
Folder 56

Cortéz, Carlos P. 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a letter of recommendation from TR to enroll in a doctoral program in bilingual education at Texas A & I University at Kingsville.
Folder 57

Cousins, Norman 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his response to Cousins regarding his new journal entitled World, and hopes that their friendship can develop.
Folder 58

Crabbe, Orval R. 1983

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends a letter of appreciation to the president of Hiram Walker Incorporated for the elegant Christmas gift.
Folder 59

Creighton, Stuart 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR the latest material on La Voz de Colorado, and about the next issue to be published with his article.
Folder 60

Crist, Marguerite S. 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to listen to her concerns about the current problems she is facing with the Edgewood School Plan of Texas.
Folder 61

Cromer, Tom 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR's recommendation to pursue a graduate degree in business administration at the Claremont Colleges, CA.
Folder 62

Cruellar, Raúl 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Career Opportunities Program of the West Education Center invites TR to be a consultant for their programs.
Folder 63

Cruz, Belia 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Mexican American School Board Conference held in Los Angeles thanks TR for his analysis as a workshop presenter.
Folder 64

Cuarón, Alicia V. 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Asks TR to be listed in the Hispanic Directory, scheduled to be published by Cuarón, Silvas and Associates in Denver, CO.
Folder 65

Cummings, Lawrence E. 1975

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information from TR on employment opportunities at UTSA within the criminal justice arena.
Folder 66

Curtin, Mary H. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The executive secretary-treasurer of the Central Labor Council of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties congratulates TR on his new position as chancellor of UCR.
Box 7, Folder 1

Dalton, Enrique 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Inquires if TR recognizes some collegues at UTSA who went to Southwest Texas State University in the early 1960's.
Folder 2

Dalton, Walter J. 1974

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Thanks TR for moderating a special session on higher education at the Texas Catholic Conference in Austin, TX.
Folder 3

Daniels, Joanne D. 1969

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to return the tapes on Modern Russian II, which were loaned to him for duplication.
Folder 4

Dannelly, Frank P. 1982

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR some quotations which he hopes might cheer him up during rough and troubled times.
Folder 5

Dávila, Luis 1972-75

Physical Description: 7 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR an update on his plans to publish the proceedings of "Chicano Literature and Tomás Rivera: A Symposium." Include general correspondence on Revista Chicano-Riqueña.
Folder 6

Davis, Mary M. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR. TR responds: "I have mixed emotions about leaving UTEP but the challenge of the chancellorship at UCR was too appealing."
Folder 7

Davis-Valles, Judith 1980

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR recommends her for the position of administrative dean at San Bernardino Community College District.
Folder 8

DeAnda-M., Rosa 1980

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends condolences for the tragic loss of family members in a car crash during their visit to UCR.
Folder 9

Decker, James T. 1979-80

Physical Description: 32 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for the position of director of social work programs at various universities.
Folder 10

De Hoyos, Librado R. 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends appreciation for the material regarding the Aztlán Committee which is developing programs on Chicano culture.
Folder 11

De la Cruz, Homero 1982

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Community Film Association requests TR to contact the Times Mirror Board for assistance on A Migrant Family film production.
Folder 12

De la Cruz, Pete 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests material from TR on bilingual education for his master's thesis.
Folder 13

De la Fontaine, Joffre 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR gives an update of the employment status at UTSA in the College of Multi-Disciplinary Studies.
Folder 14

De la Garza, Rudolph O. 1977

Physical Description: 18 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR an update on the transcriptions of the Chicano literature symposium held at Colorado College. Anaya, Hinojosa and Rivera were the main participants in 1977.
Folder 15

De León, Nephtalí 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends his book review on José Montalvo's Pensamientos capturados, scheduled to be published in El Maizal. TR explores the "contradictions of remembrance."
Folder 16

Delgado, Miguel 1974

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee invites TR to give a lecture on Chicano literature.
Folder 17

De los Santos, Alfredo 1973-83

Physical Description: 13 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR material on a proposed research center for a Hispanic policy institute to be developed in California or Arizona. Include general correspondence and proposals.
Folder 18

De los Santos, Gilbert 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for the position of history instructor at El Paso Community College, TX.
Folder 19

De Jones, Ingreborg H. 1971

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends a letter of appreciation to the Centro de Cultura in México for the promotion of... y no se lo tragó la tierra.
Folder 20

De Vega, Nelson 1974

Physical Description: 2 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR an update on a major book gift received from the Mexican government as part of a cultural exchange program.
Folder 21

De Witt, Susan Jeanne 1982

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR's recommendation as UC Student Regent of the UCR campus. De Witt's goal is to advance community and school.
Folder 22

Diamandopoulos, Peter 1983-84

Physical Description: 9 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him highly for the position of chancellor at Lamar University at Southeast Texas.
Folder 23

Díaz, Dámaso 1980

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for the position of public information officer at UCR.
Folder 24

Díaz, Joe 1981-82

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to serve on the Commission on Immigration currently being created by the Health and Welfare Agency of CA.
Folder 25

Díaz, Mark A. 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to attend UC Systemwide Chicano Conference to expand the strength and progress of Chicano organizations.
Folder 26

Díaz-G., Rogelio 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends appreciation for the exchange of ideas during the Hogg Foundation Advisory Council meeting.
Folder 27

Díaz-N., José Miguel 1973

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Requests information on postgraduate studies in electrical engineering at UTSA.
Folder 28

Dickerson, Audrey 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests information for financial support to help UTSA develop into a stronger institution of higher education.
Folder 29

Dietrich, Fredrick H. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR congratulations as the new chancellor of UCR and for the "stroke of genius on the part of UC System."
Folder 30

Doane, Mary 1976

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Asks permission to publish TR's short story, "The Portrait," from his novel,... y no se lo tragó la tierra.
Folder 31

Dobrian, Walter A. 1974-75

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests permission to publish TR's short stories for a new book entitled A Chicano Anthology, which is to deal with a brief history and development of the Chicano movement.
Folder 32

Domínguez, Alice 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends his appreciation for the exchange of ideas and copies of his works entitled Always and Other Poems and Tierra.
Folder 33

Domínguez, H. Frank 1980-81

Physical Description: 18 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The executive director of Vanir Development Company updates TR on the various projects he is developing in the Inland Empire to promote Chicanos/Latinos in higher education.
Folder 34

Dorris, Michael 1976

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Modern Language Association Conference invites TR to be the keynote speaker in Dallas, TX, focusing on the area of bilingual education.
Folder 35

Dovalina, Mr. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR hopes that his novel entitled Tierra, is selected for a book review and published by Zest magazine.
Folder 36

Duke dos Santos, María I. 1972-90

Physical Description: 45 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Invites TR to speak on Chicano literature to her Spanish class at SWTSU. Receives advice on her literary projects over a period of twelve years and include donated correspondence and photographs on TR's short literary career.
Folder 37

Dunham, E. Alden 1976

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR has questions on reimbursement for the meeting with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Folder 38

Dunham, Kenneth 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Requests information on graduate studies in the Department of Spanish Literature at UTSA.
Folder 39

Dunham, Lowell 1972-79

Physical Description: 15 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR debates his literary philosophy and academic ideas with his UON Spanish professor during an eighteen year correspondence. Justice is the main idea discussed.
Folder 40

Durrance, Anne 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR her appreciation for his lecture on Chicano literature at Crystal City, TX.
Folder 41

Eckert, Richard A. 1982

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for a position of special assistant to the chancellor at UC San Diego.
Folder 42

Edson, William H. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR's help for names of qualified administrators who could be nominated for assistant vice president for the University of Minnesota.
Folder 43

Eger, Ernestina N. 1979

Physical Description: 3 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR information on her bibliography entitled Criticism of Contemporary Chicano Literature, focusing on the most important works of Chicano writers in the United States.
Folder 44

Eisner, Michael D. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests material on children live-action productions on ABC-TV in hopes of submitting one of his scripts focusing on the humanistic ideas of young Mexican Americans.
Folder 45

Elizondo, Sergio D. 1972-83

Physical Description: 8 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR a book entitled Antiperros, published by Quinto Sol and invites him to attend a conference on Chicano sociolinguistics. Also, Dr. Elizondo states that Chicano books are needed at the University of Warsaw at Poland.
Folder 46

Enríquez-M., Evangelina 1982-83

Physical Description: 14 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR supports her for an assistant professor position at UCLA and states: "I have taken the responsibility of directing her dissertation and have thus scrutinized her academic preparation and academic accomplishments."
Folder 47

Epstein, David M. 1977-78

Physical Description: 8 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Scott, Foresman and Company requests permission to publish TR's short story, "The Portrait." TR writes: "I wanted to convey the feelings I had as a child...but, most of all, the sense of relationships that comes through objects."
Folder 48

Erevia, Ángela 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his promotion to vice president of UTSA and states that with his success more people will begin to pay attention to Mexican American culture.
Folder 49

Escalante, Jaime 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR congratulates him on the success with the Latino student calculus program at Garfield High School in Los Angeles, CA.
Folder 50

Escobar, Manuel G. 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Faculty and Course Committee of Yale University requests TR's help in hiring available Chicana(o) Ph.D.'s to build a stronger faculty, sensitive to the academic and social needs of the Chicano/Latino community.
Folder 51

Escontrias, Luis A. 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Appreciates TR's eloquent presentation on the advancement of the Chicano/Latino community in California. (No program or location cited.)
Folder 52

Espinoza, Rudolph L. 1981-82

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to read his essay, "Quinto Sol and Chicano Publications," produced to complete his research in the development of Chicano literature from 1967-1972 for his master's thesis.
Folder 53

Espinoza-Miller, Yvette 1979-82

Physical Description: 44 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR copies of her essays on Sergio Elizondo and on TR's novel, And the Earth Did Not Part. Include recommendations for her academic tenure.
Folder 54

Esquibel, George 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information from TR in order to write a comprehensive study on the Chicano artist in the United States. TR is listed as a consultant to the Con Safos Artist Association in Jacinto Quirarte's book, Mexican American Artists.
Folder 55

Etheridge, William C. 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited by the U.S. Civil Service Commission in Texas to give a lecture on "Leadership and Decision Making."
Box 8, Folder 1

Fagan, Edward R. 1973

Physical Description: 9 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to speak at the National Council of Teachers of English on the subject of "Educating the Spanish-Speaking Student and His Teachers." Includes the original outline.
Folder 2

Fallon, Berlie J. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests recommendation for Juan A. Rodríguez. TR states: "He was one of the best students I taught at Sam Houston."
Folder 3

Farber, Seymour M. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and welcomes him into the university body. offers some information on the California Postsecondary Education Commission.
Folder 4

Faulkner, Virginia 1980

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends revisions on TR's essay entitled "The Great Plains as Refuge in Chicano Literature," which the University of Nebraska-Lincoln plans to publish.
Folder 5

Feiler, Sy 1975

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates Feiler on being awarded a D.R. Boyd Distinguished Professorship at the University of Oklahoma, Norman.
Folder 6

Fernández, José B. 1980-81

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Asks permission to publish TR's short story, "Eva y Daniel," in the book, Nuevos horizontes. Fernádez states: "Nuestra literatura es buena y a demás es nuestra literatura." From José Martí's "Nuestro vino es agrio pero es nuestro vino."
Folder 7

Fernández, Nell 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Invites TR to attend the International Advisory Council of the Instituto Allende de México. TR declines offer.
Folder 8

Fernández, Ricardo R. 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Appreciates TR's invitation and hospitality during his brief tour of UCR for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Folder 9

Fernández, Virginia 1972-79

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to present a workshop on Chicano literature and art at Crystal City High School, TX. Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR.
Folder 10

Ferrell, Keith H. 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a letter concerning the operation of the Department of Mass Communication at UTEP and of the current issues regarding the control of the university's radio station.
Folder 11

Figueroa, Alfredo A. 1981

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
La Escuela de la Raza Unida seeks TR's help for an NEH grant to create a historical documentary about La cuna de Aztlán, which will incorporate an indigenous historic perspective.
Folder 12

Finkel, Sylvia B. 1983

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Foothill Group in Los Angeles sends TR a business report on their commercial profits for the second quarter of 1982.
Folder 13

Fischer, Heinz 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Invites TR to be the commencement speaker at the Long Beach Community College District. TR regrets he cannot accept.
Folder 14

Fisher, Eugene H. 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Pueblo Regional Planning Commission seeks a new manager and TR's advice on hiring possibilities.
Folder 15

Fisher, O.C. 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes Congressman Fisher concerning funding for educational programs at postsecondary institutions in Texas.
Folder 16

Flawn, Peter T. 1975-84

Physical Description: 21 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for the position of chancellor at the University of Texas System. Include essays on Texas' educational system and general correspondence.
Folder 17

Flippen, Sharon A. 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a copy of TR's lecture, "Modern Language in the Borderland," presented at the First Annual Conference on the Borderlands and hosted by Southwest Texas State University.
Folder 18

Flores, Antonio 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The State Department of Education invites TR to be a speaker for the Annual Michigan Hispanic Education Conference.
Folder 19

Flores, Juan M. 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR appreciation for materials and ideas exchanged during their meeting. Include clippings on the influence of the Hispanic vote in national politics.
Folder 20

Flores, P.F. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Catholic bishop of El Paso, TX, invites TR to visit once he is settled in at UTEP. TR accepts the offer.
Folder 21

Flores, Solomon H. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends information on the summer retreat held at Puebla, México, which include students from many American colleges.
Folder 22

Flores, Valentina 1979

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Invites TR to present a paper at the TESOL colloquium in San Francisco, CA, focusing on what can be taught in the classroom from the perspective of art.
Folder 23

Fody, Michael 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Reviews TR's story, "On the Road to Texas: El Pete Fonseca," in Voices of Aztlán, to be published in Books Abroad. Fody writes: "For many of the students (who give a damn) these writings provide a real eye-opener!"
Folder 24

Fosdick, Jon 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR enjoys the hospitality on his tour to the Visitor's Program of the Meridian House International at Washington, D.C.
Folder 25

Fretter, William B. 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Thanks TR for attending Chancellor Atkinson's inauguration at UC San Diego.
Folder 26

Friedenreich, Kenneth 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An English professor sends TR his curriculum vitae in hopes of finding academic employment at UCR.
Folder 27

Froehlich, Kathleen 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR updates the Danforth Foundation on his new goals at UTSA and wants policy material on becoming a Danforth associate.
Folder 28

Gaarder, Bruce A. 1973

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Invites TR to attend a symposium on bilingual education in Mexico, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education.
Folder 29

Galambos, Sarita 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Peace Corps seek bilingual education material from TR for their work with the Saraguran Indians in Ecuador. They plan to adapt the material into the Quichua-Spanish dialect.
Folder 30

Galindo-N., Pedro 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends material regarding the low employment opportunities at the University of Texas at San Antonio during 1977-78.
Folder 31

Gallardo, Fred 1984

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR congratulates him on his tenure and fine work at UCR.
Folder 32

Gamboa, John C. 1984

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Project Participar, a Latino institute sends TR a current report dedicated to the political conference, "California Latinos and Election 84," held at Claremont McKenna College, Pomona, CA.
Folder 33

García, Gilbert N. 1975

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives material regarding the Graduate Fellowship Program directed by the Educational Testing Service at Berkeley, CA.
Folder 34

García, Héctor P. 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends his philosophy on the exclusion of Hispanics from the American educational system. Includes his outline.
Folder 35

García, Jerry 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR congratulates him on being named the publisher of the Tucson Citizen newspaper, which is based in Arizona.
Folder 36

García, Lino 1968-72

Physical Description: 16 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends TR material on Spanish courses at the Pan American College, TX, and invites him to join the faculty. Include correspondence and material on the Cervantes Award in Texas.
Folder 37

Gardner, David Pierpont 1983-84

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Intercambios Feminiles invite UCPresident Gardner and TR to attend a formal reception with senior Hispanic faculty and alumni. Contains a report from the senior Chicano faculty of the UC System on the status of Hispanics in California.
Folder 38

Garfias, Roberto 1982

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR congratulates the new dean of fine arts at UC Irvine and welcomes him to the University of California family.
Folder 39

Garfinkel, Alan 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Regrettably TR notifies the candidate of changes in the developmental plans at UTSA. "You can imagine, the complexities of developmental states for a total university keep us in constant flux of change."
Folder 40

Garza, Helen 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her for the position of associate registrar at UTSA and outlines her expertise in the area of admissions and registration.
Folder 41

Garza, José P. 1977

Physical Description: 12 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR evaluates the teaching and creative ability of José Garza and recommends him highly. Include class assignments.
Folder 42

Garza, Raymond 1982-83

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a letter of recommendation from TR for a position of vice chancellor at the University of Houston at Victoria, TX. Contain material on the Hispanic liaison for UCR and the U.S. office of Education.
Folder 43

Garza, Roberto J. 1970-76

Physical Description: 12 ALS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Requests information and advice from TR in publishing his dramas. Include correspondence regarding job opportunities and Chicano literature.
Folder 44

Graza-Z., Raymond 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The Colegio Regionmontanto de Monterrey requests new information on the Bilingual Education Program of UTSA.
Folder 45

Gates, Jr., Dave L. 1976-79

Physical Description: 3 ALS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR. TR responds: "Things continue as hectic as ever here. I hardly have time to keep up with everything, but that's expected."
Folder 46

Gaustad, Edwin S. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR responds to a letter on the state of the UCR campus and hopes to discuss the dimensions of commitments, both budgetary and programmatic that the UC president has approved.
Folder 47

Gaustad, Peggy 1981

Physical Description: 2 ALS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR appreciates the copy of Jim Sagel's Hablando de brujas y la gente de antes, and states that it moved him to write.
Folder 48

Gee, Danny M. 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Would like TR's advice on a photograph of UCR's Bell Tower which he thinks would be ideal for a UCR campus poster.
Folder 49

Geiler, Leland W. 1981-82

Physical Description: 10 ALS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Kansas requests letter of reference to admit Leland Geiler into their Law School. Include records.
Folder 50

George, Gordon 1976

Physical Description: 8 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his new appointment as vice president for administration at UTSA.
Folder 51

Geuder, Patricia A. 1978-80

Physical Description: 9 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Professor Geuder arranges a taped interview with TR to discuss the women characters in his novel, Tierra. Updates TR on her plans to publish a series of articles delineating the literary stature of the Chicana in modern Chicano novels.
Folder 52

Gibbs, Beverly J. 1974-80

Physical Description: 8 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR's assistance for the position of vice president for academic affairs at UTSA. Includes an essay published on Latin America.
Folder 53

Gill, Robert W. 1981

Physical Description: 10 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for the position of vice president for academic affairs at several universities in California.
Folder 54

Gillis, Verna 1974

Physical Description: 7 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR submits poems to the Poetry in Public Places Contest hoping his poems will be chosen for a display in New York.
Folder 55

Glaze, Jr., Arthur I. 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Texas State Teachers Association invites TR to speak on the topic of new innovations in the foreign language field.
Folder 56

Glennen, Robert E. 1977-84

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Fitzpatrick for the position of director of community relations. Also, Dr. Glennen congratulates TR for an article published in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Folder 57

Glidden, David K. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of UCR sends TR a proposal on solutions which could be used to improve the undergraduate education at UCR.
Folder 58

Gómez, Joe 1971

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives a copy of the Mexican-American Educational Directory School Year 1971-72, from Sam Houston State University at Huntsville, TX.
Folder 59

Gómez, Manuel N. 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information from TR on high school improvement projects which could improve the curriculum of the Santa Ana's high schools. TR recommends Carnegie's High School Report.
Folder 60

Gómez, Rafael 1975

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Would like TR's opinion on an article he is working on regarding the philosophy of the Mexican American community.
Folder 61

Gómez, Rudy 1979-82

Physical Description: 30 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for the position of chancellor at various universities in America. Include general correspondence.
Folder 62

Gómez-Martínez, José L. 1975-76

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR is asked to fill out a survey which attempts to document the extent Hispanic literature and thought are researched and taught throughout the United States.
Folder 63

Gómez-Quiñones, Juan 1978-82

Physical Description: 10 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR recommends him for full professorship at UCLA and states: "Professor Gómez-Quiñones'seminal work on Flores-Magón and fine articles...have had the most original and significant impact on the developing Chicano intelligentsia."
Folder 64

González, Abel 1983

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends thanks for the note regarding his article published in Caminos magazine, and for the material on recruiting more Chicano/Latino students.
Folder 65

González, Henry B. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends Congressman González a letter supporting the full funding of the educational institutions in Texas.
Folder 66

González, Irma 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests material from TR on Spanish phonetics for an articulation test she is developing for her Spanish class.
Folder 67

González, José G. 1976-77

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Movimiento Artístico Chicano sends TR material on current publications and asks him to renew his subscription to Abrazos. Include general correspondence.
Folder 68

González, Juan 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests information from TR on the results of his interview for an academic position at UTSA.
Folder 69

Gonzales, Lucy 1974

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student from the English department at the University of Houston requests copies of TR's literary reviews on Chicano authors for her thesis on Chicano literature.
Folder 70

Gonzales, Mike 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends two very qualified Chicano scholars for employment at Stanislaus State College in California.
Folder 71

González, Rafael J. 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to submit a poem for a new anthology on Chicano poetry in which the poets will define their own works.
Folder 72

Gonzales, Ray 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR agrees to be videotaped at KTLA-TV for a special program entitled Great Moments in Latino History, produced by KTLA-TV.
Folder 73

González-Q., Arnhilda 1979-81

Physical Description: 20 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The planning committee for the National Council for Hispanic Culture sends TR a summary of their program activities and requests that they be reviewed and evaluated.
Folder 74

Good, Mary 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR asks for a copy of the paper entitled "New Relations with Industry and Business," given by the vice president of the National Science Board in Washington, D.C.
Folder 75

Goodwin, Alice H. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Goodwin sends TR a copy of her master's degree to be added to her Ph.D. application at UTSA.
Folder 76

Gottdiener, Mark 1984

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Dr. Carl Bovell, acting chancellor of UCR receives a professor's letter of sympathy concerning TR's sudden death.
Folder 77

Gottesman, Ronald 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Center for the Humanities invites TR to attend a dinner in honor of the novelist Carlos Fuentes at the USC Faculty Center. The theme will be "Moral Man and Immoral Society."
Folder 78

Grable, John R. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sam Houston State University requests TR to be a consultant in their summer workshop to train junior faculty in methods of teaching Spanish-speaking students.
Folder 79

Graham, Marjorie F. 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
El Paso's Pilots Club invites TR to give the opening address at their annual luncheon honoring outstanding educators in the local school district.
Folder 80

Griego, Richard 1978-83

Physical Description: 13 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for various academic positions at major universities in the U.S. TR states: "In my dealings with Dr. Griego I have come to know his resourcefulness and his methodic, deliberate approach and solutions to problems."
Folder 81

Grissom, Coleen 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The National Mortar Board invites TR to attend a lecture by Dr. Gail E. Myers entitled "People Matter," in the Chapman Graduate Center Auditorium at Trinity University of San Antonio, TX.
Folder 82

Guerin-G., Camille L. 1981

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR graduate student updates TR on the focus of her dissertation entitled "The Development of Agricultural Labor Unions in Mexico and the United States, 1920-1960: A Comparative Study." Include Guerin-G.'s humanities research proposal.
Folder 83

Guerra, Jaime 1980-81

Physical Description: 33 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Updates TR on his current writing assignments and special projects with the California Chicano News Media Association and the Sun Company newspaper of San Bernardino, CA.
Folder 84

Guerrero, Tito III 1976

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Harvard graduate seeks information from TR on employment opportunities at UTSA in the area of higher education.
Folder 85

Guerrero-G., Eugenio 1981

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The Colegio Nacional de Sociólogos invites TR to participate in the "Coloquio Sobre Cultura de Frontera e Identidad Nacional," scheduled tobe held in Calexico, CA.
Folder 86

Gutiérrez, Arturo L. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The office of International and Bilingual Education sends TR information regarding their programs at Austin, TX.
Folder 87

Gutiérrez, Fernando 1975

Physical Description: 13 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends a letter of reference listing Gutiérrez' strong assets as editor of the Magazín, a Chicano journal. TR states: "He is intellectually stimulating and I always look forward to discussions with him..."
Folder 88

Gutiérrez, José Ángel 1970-80

Physical Description: 4 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Updates TR on judges needed for Chicano entries for the R.F. Kennedy Annual Awards presentation. Include material on the seminar on Chicano culture in Crystal City, TX.
Folder 89

Guzmán, Ernesto A. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends Guzmán application forms for UTSA and thanks him for answering the questionnaire on modern languages.
Box 9, Folder 1

Hairapetian, Shahen 1980-81

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests permission to use TR as a reference for a position of summer associate with a leading law firm in Chicago, IL.
Folder 2

Hale, Frank W. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The associate dean of Ohio State University sends TR information on graduate school opportunities for Chicano/Latino students.
Folder 3

Hamilton, Nancy 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his philosophy of education as requested by a Nova reporter, at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Folder 4

Hamm, Ron 1970

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Southwestern Cooperative Educational Laboratory sends TR some publications for culturally divergent children. The company invites TR to join their bilingual program.
Folder 5

Harcleroad, Fred F. 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Center for the Study of Higher Education sends TR copies of two presentations entitled "Can State Systems Adapt Models of Business Decentralization" and "Postsecondary Education in California." Includes a UCR campus evaluation.
Folder 6

Hardesty, Robert L. 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Updates TR on the inauguration at Southwest Texas State University which featured Mrs. Johnson as the keynote speaker. (Mrs. Johnson's first name is not given.)
Folder 7

Hardwick, Charles S. 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Association of Academic Deans and Vice Presidents invites TR to attend a luncheon speech in Dallas, TX, to be given by Dr. Richard Chait of the Institute for Educational Management of Harvard University on March 29, 1979.
Folder 8

Harp, Reed 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends a staff writer at the San Antonio Light newspaper, a copy of his novel, Tierra, and curriculum vitae.
Folder 9

Harth, Dorothy E. 1972

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Asks for a copy of TR's essay, "Literatura chicana," and ideas on finding material on Chicano literature. TR states: "Allow me also to wish you the best of fortune in planning a course in Hispanic Minorities in the United States..."
Folder 10

Hatch, Orrin G. 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Senator Hatch updates TR on federal programs that are under review for reappropriation and writes: "Some of these activities have been quite controversial...often these grants are spent on research which is wasteful..."
Folder 11

Hatfield, Carol S. 1984

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks her for sending a copy of the Discovery journal, which deals with research and scholarship at UT Austin.
Folder 12

Hayden, F. Gregory 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a copy of TR's paper given at the Ethnicity Conference at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln regarding the socioeconomic institutions of migrant workers.
Folder 13

Hayes, B.B. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Nicole De Claryset for a graduate assistant position in the Department of French at Sam Houston State University, Huntville, TX.
Folder 14

Hayes, Curt 1976-80

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his new academic appointment as vice president of UTSA. Contains appreciation for the message TR delivered to the UTSA graduates of 1980, and sends the April issue of Change, which speaks of community values.
Folder 15

Hays, Howard H. 1980-83

Physical Description: 12 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Frank Miller Club welcomes TR in supporting the restoration of the Mission Inn of Riverside. Include correspondence on Riverside's issues and politics.
Folder 16

Hernández, Oscar 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The executive director of Project STAY congratulates TR on his new position as vice president of UTSA.
Folder 17

Hernández, Isaac 1974

Physical Description: 2 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A professor at Tarrant County Junior College invites TR to apply for the position of president of their new Northwest Campus in 1975.
Folder 18

Hernández, José 1974

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the Department of Chicano Studies at CSU Northridge for the warm welcome he received and for the material on their bilingual/bicultural program.
Folder 19

Hernández, Jr., Mike 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The National Federation Conference of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers invites TR to give a speech at its future conference in San Antonio, TX.
Folder 20

Hernández, Magdalena 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Texas Union Chicano Culture Committee invites TR to give a seminar entitled "Chicano Literature: The Last Ten Years." Includes the essay and comments of other Chicano writers.
Folder 21

Herrera-Sobek, María 1979-82

Physical Description: 9 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of the Chicano Literary Prize of UC Irvine invites TR to be a judge on their literary panel. TR writes: "It is an activity I am thoroughly interested in and which I fully enjoy." Include Chicano Literary Symposium II notes.
Folder 22

Hicks, Kathe 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student requests information from TR regarding any small and liberal graduate schools that have excellent literature departments.
Folder 23

Himeblaw, Jack 1982

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a chapter of his forthcoming book entitled Tohil and the President, which he hopes will be ready in spring. Updates TR on his future plans to visit UCR and includes a copy of his essay on the writer Miguel Angel Asturias.
Folder 24

Hinchliffe, Bruce 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for a position of assistant to the president at Stanford University.
Folder 25

Hinderaker, Ivan 1979-80

Physical Description: 27 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Informs TR of his new professorial appointment and administrative role at UCR. Include material on TR's upcoming UCR visit and on the responsibilities he will inherit.
Folder 26

Hine, Janet 1975-81

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks her for the assistance in making his transition to UTEP a lot easier. Include some UTSA business memoranda.
Folder 27

Hinojosa, Gilberto M. 1974

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Requests a recommendation from TR for a teaching position in the Department of History at UTSA and to intercede on his behalf if possible. Include Hinojosa's curriculum vitae.
Folder 28

Hinojosa-Smith, Rolando R. 1972-84

Physical Description: 62 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Professor Hinojosa-S. updates TR on his most recent works, such as Klail City y sus alrededores, Rites and Witnesses, and Mi querido Rafa. Also, includes a twelve year network of ideas on Chicano literature and academic business.
Folder 29

Hirsch, Paul 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a meeting with TR for the purpose of conducting a confidential interview for a study on board of directors of Fortune 500 companies.
Folder 30

Hirschman, Sarah 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR gives permission to publish his short story, "La noche buena," from his novel,... y no se lo tragó la tierra.
Folder 31

Hogenauer, Daniel 1980-81

Physical Description: 9 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR endorses him as a Fulbright scholar to Africa and writes: "Dr. Hogenauer is fully qualified to carry out the project in an excellent manner. He has an excellent ability to work with colleagues, including those with divergent views..."
Folder 32

Holcomb, W.R. 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The mayor of San Bernardino invites TR to attend a breakfast to discuss business endeavors that improve communities. Includes a brochure on "Private Sector Initiatives."
Folder 33

Hollis, Sammie 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A secondary coordinator sends TR appreciation for the speech given to the secondary staff at Bryan Public Schools, TX.
Folder 34

Holtzman, Wayne H. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the president of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health his appreciation for the lecture delivered at the Lutcher Center in Texas.
Folder 35

Huantes, Margarita 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR appreciates the newsletter dealing with bilingual/bicultural issues in higher education entitled Aquí y Alla.
Folder 36

Hudson, Vaughan 1981

Physical Description: 13 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A teacher thanks TR for the speech given to his students at Arlington High School, Riverside. TR responds: "I enjoyed my visit with your class and receiving the comments back from your students." Include some student essays.
Folder 37

Hyatt, John D. 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Rosenberg Library requests titles from TR of great American writers in the humanities for a new program entitled the "American Issues Forum," funded by the NEH.
Folder 38

Ilchman, Alice S. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the International Communication Agency for the outline of several major agenda items for the next meeting.
Folder 39

Irizarry, Estelle 1981

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR thanks the Spanish professor of Georgetown University for the literary critique on Tierra, published in the Mexican journal, Nivel-Gaceta de Cultura, on March 31, 1972. Includes a request for new a edition of Tierra.
Folder 40

Islas, Arturo 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to do a critique on his monograph, Día de los muertos, and if he could recommend any graduate student for a position in the Spanish department at Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.
Folder 41

Jaramillo, Amiel A. 1979

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The UC Student Lobby congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR. Students are particularly happy the UC System appointed its first minority chancellor.
Folder 42

Jaramillo-R., Manuel 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR thanks him for his art display at UCR and requests information on the cost of a regular size portrait.
Folder 43

Jenkins, Thomas E. 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Welcomes TR to the university body and sends material on the functions of an associate vice president of UC Berkeley.
Folder 44

Jensen, Arthur M. 1982

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of San Bernardino Valley College invites TR to attend a dinner honoring John M. Pfau, a colleague of California State University at San Bernardino.
Folder 45

Jiménez, Francisco 1977-81

Physical Description: 15 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Jiménez requests some new essays from TR for future anthologies by Bilingual Review and Harcourt Press. Also, TR recommends Jiménez for full professor in the Department of Modern Languages at the University of Santa Clara, CA.
Folder 46

Jobe, Robert D. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A music professor sends TR a book which was left in his car, but TR returns it saying: "It is not mine."
Folder 47

Johnson, L. Ross 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of student personnel at Hill Junior College requests a copy of TR's speech given at the Texas Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators in San Antonio, TX.
Folder 48

Jones, Randall L. 1971-72

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR notifies Dr. Jones of the complexities of initiating a totally new university and how it is still impossible to commit oneself to the identification of new faculty.
Folder 49

Joseph, James 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes to express his pleasure in meeting him and hopes that in the future he can visit the UCR campus.
Folder 50

Jova, Joseph J. 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The director at Meridian House International thanks TR for his speech given during their program on Hispanic culture.
Folder 51

Juárez, José Roberto 1973-74

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Requests information from TR concerning the teaching opportunities in the Department of History at UTSA. TR responds that currently there are no positions available.
Folder 52

Jurado, Arturo 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends that Dr. Jurado write Dr. Wolitz for more information on faculty positions in the Division of Foreign Languages at UTSA.
Box 10, Folder 1

Kane, Charles A. 1981-82

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of Riverside City College sends TR information on the future plans of the Inland Empire Group. Includes a note thanking TR for his speech to Riverside's Rotary Club.
Folder 2

Kanellos, Nicolás 1973-83

Physical Description: 22 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR is invited to participate in "Creativity in the Barrio," at Indiana University Northwest. Include various essays on Hispanic theatre and literature and TR's recommendation to promote Dr. Kanellos at the University of Houston, TX.
Folder 3

Kaprosy, Geraldo 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of special services at Texas Tech University requests a copy of TR's paper given at the Nineteenth Annual MLA conference in San Francisco, CA, December 1975.
Folder 4

Kazen, Jr., Abraham 1973-77

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks Congressman Kazen for continually backing PL 874, which insures full funding for schools. Congressman Kazen states: "You can be sure that I will continue to urge the Administration to release the 874 funds..."
Folder 5

Kelly, Ernece B. 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The media director of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, sends TR details on a filmstrip which includes him and other multi-ethnic American writers.
Folder 6

Kennan, Ruth H. 1974-75

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student at UT Austin requests information from TR on available teaching positions at UTSA and updates TR on her dissertation entitled "The American Cabin, a Study of Refuge." TR advises her to check the UTSA humanities division.
Folder 7

Kerr, Clark 1979-84

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Carnegie Foundation requests TR to write a personal letter for a kind of festschrift to honor Clark's professional career. TR writes: "...your philosophy of higher education became the most important element in my professional life."
Folder 8

Kersnowski, Frank 1980-83

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of TR's poetry chapbook, Always and Other Poems, encourages TR to continue to teach and write. Include TR's literary goals for his future publications on the novel, "La casa grande del pueblo," and collection of critical essays.
Folder 9

Killinger, George G. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests material from the Department of Criminology at Sam Houston State University be sent to his student.
Folder 10

King, James 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An associate dean at Northern Illinois University thanks TR for the lecture presented at the conference, "Latinos and Higher Education."
Folder 11

Kirkland, J.M. 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends a Chicano bibliography and resource material to the Department of Humanities at Southwest Texas Junior College.
Folder 12

Kirst, Michael W. 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests a copy of Kirst's speech given at UC Berkeley during the recent symposium on American education.
Folder 13

Kitchen, James D. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Ballesteros for a position of vice president at CSU San Diego. TR writes: "He is totally committed to quality education and feels this can only come about through self-examination and constant innovation..."
Folder 14

Knoepfle, John 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives Knoepfle's gift of Ricardo Mario Amézquita's poetry chapbook, Eating Stones, and wishes Knoepfle to convey his "¡Felicitaciones!" TR finds Amézquita's poetry truly original and of great merit.
Folder 15

Knowlton, Clark S. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends an abstract on his paper, "Perspectives in Chicano Literature," submitted to the University of Utah for the symposium on Chicano culture sponsored by the Southwestern Sociological Association.
Folder 16

Kolb, Ron 1979-83

Physical Description: 7 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a copy of At UCR, a campus publication which has an article about him. Also, Kolb wishes to conduct a personal interview to convert into an opening story. Include material on future activities of TR in the media.
Folder 17

Koltai, Leslie 1982

Physical Description: 8 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a letter of reference from TR for the position of chancellor of California State University. TR writes: "I find him an extremely articulate person, with great energies plus an incisive intellect."
Folder 18

Koontz, Elizabeth D. 1984

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a letter of congratulations for a job well done at UCR and comments on the article published in the Chronicle. She writes: "Not everyone can understand the additional pressures a minority administrator endures..."
Folder 19

Korzekwa, Cynthia 1975

Physical Description: 2 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Con Safos: Pintores Chicanos de San Antonio, TX, send TR the list of officers and minutes of the past board meeting with plans to sent out monthly reports in the future.
Folder 20

Krause, Hilmar 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR thanks the Mexican American Studies Center of Texas Lutheran College for courtesies extended during his visit to discuss Chicano issues at their Chicano symposium.
Folder 21

Krevans, Julius R. 1984

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The chancellor of UC San Francisco appreciates TR's scholarship on his work on Rodríguez. He writes: "I think I understand myself a little more. What more could one ask?"
Folder 22

Kruszewski, Z. Anthony 1975

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Cross-Cultural Southwest Ethnic Study Center at UTEP invites TR to participate as a visiting consultant to assess the effectiveness of their programs in teaching culture.
Folder 23

La Bounty, Hugh 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests a football schedule from the president of CSPU Pomona. TR writes: "One thrill after another or as the poet says, life is an invention."
Folder 24

Lamb, Gordon H. 1978-84

Physical Description: 71 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for president at major universities across the U.S. Dr. Lamb writes on March 16, 1984: "The article in the Chronicle was excellent. All of us here feel considerable pride as well." Include Lamb's curriculum vitae.
Folder 25

Lampe, Carolyn M. 1976

Physical Description: 9 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor of Southwest Texas Junior College confirms TR's visit to speak on his novel, Tierra. Many of her students are interested in what motivated TR to write.
Folder 26

Landers, Clifford 1972-74

Physical Description: 11 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests TR to recommend Vasda Landers for a Ph.D. at New York University and TR agrees. Include a copy of Lander's essay entitled "Political and Economic Forces...As Reflected in the Literature of La violencia."
Folder 27

Landers, Vasda 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Sends copies of articles regarding TR's work that were published in Insula, a Spanish magazine, and on García-Márquez, published in the PCCLAS Proceedings. Updates TR on her final Ph.D. classwork.
Folder 28

Langer, Margaret Anne 1980

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests from TR information regarding academic employment at UCR and sends her updated curriculum vitae.
Folder 29

LaRue, Charles F. 1978

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends him reference material on Mexican American cultural history and recommends El Grito journal. Also, the Southwest Texas Junior College at Uvalde has a videotape on TR.
Folder 30

Lattin, Vernon E. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Northern Illinois University sends TR appreciation for his participation in the Latino and Higher Education Conference. Include snapshots of the conference highlights.
Folder 31

Lawson, Marsha 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is interviewed for the position of president at CSPU Pomona and sends his receipts for reimbursement of travel.
Folder 32

Leach, Duane M. 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR congratulates him on the appointment as chancellor of the University of South Texas at Corpus Christi.
Folder 33

Leal, Luis 1963-84

Physical Description: 27 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR decides to study the Romance Languages and seeks advice from Leal regarding a doctorate. Include twenty years of correspondence with articles and ideas about the advancement of the Chicano intelligentsia and literary community.
Folder 34

Leath, Helen Lang 1972

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of the Southwestern American Literature asks permission to publish TR's essay, "Into the Labyrinth," forthcoming in the spring of 1972. TR gives permission.
Folder 35

Lee, James W. 1983-84

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An English professor invites TR to serve as an advisor for a grant from the Texas Committee on the Humanities to produce a PBS-type series on the Texas literary writer.
Folder 36

Leney, Nancy L.H. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student requests TR's biographical vitae for her thesis on Chicano and Spanish literature to be presented at the University of Juárez in Durango, México.
Folder 37

León, David Jess 1981-82

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a copy of his manuscript entitled "The Struggle for Access," and hopes TR can review and offer suggestions. Include material on an NEH proposal on Carey McWilliams.
Folder 38

Leone, Betty 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR information on the next Tejidos Board meeting, which will deal with funding from the Hogg Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Folder 39

Leos, Paul 1979

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his new position at UCR and invites him to a luncheon at the University Club of Claremont Colleges in Pomona, CA.
Folder 40

Lesley, Margaret 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his condolences to the widow of Professor Emeritus James W. Lesley of UCR.
Folder 41

Lewels, Francisco J. 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR information on recent allegations of mismanagement at the radio station of UTEP and on the opening of an official investigation.
Folder 42

Lewis, Lowell N. 1980

Physical Description: 4 TLS/AL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR nominates Dr. Lewis as a consultant for a doctoral project on land-grant institutions for Texas A & M University.
Folder 43

Lewis, Richard L. 1979

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his new position at UCR and gives an update on his current employment at the University of South Dakota. TR informs him on his family and work conditions.
Folder 44

Lewis, Tom J. 1974-75

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Assistant editor of Books Abroad, requests permission to publish TR's essay, "Chicano Literature: Fiesta of the Living," in the summer 1975. Include general correspondence.
Folder 45

Liebhafsky, E.E. 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of economics requests a recommendation from TR for the presidency at UTEP. TR responds: "If I can do anything for you... I will do so with great pleasure."
Folder 46

Liebowitz, Charles 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The National Textbook Company thanks TR for his help in the bilingual program which they feel was a total success.
Folder 47

Likens, James 1982

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends his tenure as full professor of Pomona College at Claremont and writes: "I am very pleased to do so as I have high regard for his work, especially Mexico and Southern California, Toward a New Partnership."
Folder 48

Linares, Jr., Humberto 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Trinity Association of Chicano Studies invites TR to speak at their annual culture week on Chicano literature in Texas.
Folder 49

Linesly, William A. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is interested in the position of dean of humanities and fine arts at the University of Houston. TR writes: "Since coming to UTSA in 1971, I have been involved with the development of several areas of the university..."
Folder 50

Lipman-Blumen, Jean 1984

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks professor of public policy for her attendence at the UCR Agricultural Science Administrative Council.
Folder 51

Lizárraga, David C. 1979

Physical Description: 9 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his new position at UCR and gives an update on the East Los Angeles Community Union. Include some articles on the development of this organization.
Folder 52

Loftis, John 1975

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends his tenure as associate professor at Stanford University. TR writes: "His fiction already has a mature quality that reveals human bases, situations, and original elements in incisive and imaginative ways..."
Folder 53

Logue, Frank 1974

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Cardona to be National Urban Fellow and writes: "Perhaps one of her strongest characteristics is her work patterns which are complemented by an innate intelligence."
Folder 54

Lomelí, Francisco A. 1982-84

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The editor of La Palabra, invites TR to write an article on Chicano literature. Include TR's analysis of Dr. Lomelí's work: "His presentations, although mostly descriptive, were incisive, original and thought provoking."
Folder 55

Longoria, Frank 1979-82

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks him for the copy of El arte narrativo de Max Aub, and for the journal of English in Texas, which he enjoys. TR also recommends him for the position of dean at the College of Arts and Sciences at North Texas State University.
Folder 56

López, Alicia 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The coordinator of the Authors' Breakfast thanks TR for his participation in the California Association for Bilingual Education Fifth Annual Conference.
Folder 57

López, Beto 1978

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Mexican American Center of Texas Lutheran College invites TR to be a speaker for the "Dimensions of La Raza Seminar," focusing on Mexican American professionals.
Folder 58

López, David 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Advisory Committee on Chicano Issues invites TR to attend their next meeting to discuss recruitment of Chicano students and faculty at the University of Houston, TX.
Folder 59

López, Enrique H. 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR expresses distinct pleasure in meeting him and hopes that in the future they can have the opportunity to speak again.
Folder 60

López, Ernie 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Seeks TR's advice regarding senior administrative positions at UCR. López writes: "After five years of feeling like a spy out in the cold, I've decided to return to Southern California." Include López' curriculum vitae.
Folder 61

López, Homero 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student requests TR's assistance on his dissertation at the University of Texas at Austin for a "Role Perception Survey," produced to collect data on Chicano leaders. Include TR's response to the dissertation questionnaire.
Folder 62

López, Joe R. 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student requests material from TR for his thesis on Tierra, which he is preparing for Texas Tech University. The focus is on the religious element in Tierra.
Folder 63

López, Lino M. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Chicano College Development Committee sends TR a newsletter on MEChA activities at the University of Redlands. Includes an update on the "Marcha de la Reconquista."
Folder 64

López, Salvador 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for a Ph.D. in guidance and counseling at the University of Houston and at UT Austin. Also, TR lists assets and training that will guarantee completion.
Folder 65

López, Tomás 1981

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a copy of his book entitled The Águila Family, and hopes he has a chance to read and help promote it.
Folder 66

Lopotko, Linda N. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Scott, Foresman and Company thanks TR for giving his permission to publish his short story, "The Portrait," in their forthcoming anthology on The United States in Literature.
Folder 67

Lounsbury, John F. 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Arizona State University informs TR that the position of dean at the College of Liberal Arts has just been filled.
Folder 68

Loveridge, Charles C. 1975

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The assistant editor of the journal, Dialogue of the U.S. Information Agency requests TR's permission to publish his essay, "Literatura chicana: fiesta de los vivientes."
Folder 69

Lozano, Anthony G. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese requests TR's confirmation to attend the Madrid literature conference on August 13-15, 1977.
Folder 70

Lozano, Jr., Ignacio E. 1980-84

Physical Description: 14 TLS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR's nominates him for membership on the Council on Foreign Relations. TR writes: "He is highly regarded in the Los Angeles community in particular and in Southern California in general as a person with a high sense of civic morality."
Folder 71

Lozano, Irma M. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
KLRN-TV of San Antonio confirms date to record TR in their studio for a segment of Periódico, on September 19, 1973.
Folder 72

Luera, Alberto H. 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Raza Unida party invites TR to campaign for senator in their political association based in Crystal City, TX.
Folder 73

Luhrs, Dolores 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks her for the congratulatory message sent in regard to his new position as chancellor of UCR.
Folder 74

Luna, Manuel 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Requests TR's assistance in publishing his manuscript which was rejected by Dr. Octavio Romano because he is a Spanish European. Quinto Sol publishes Chicano writers exclusively.
Folder 75

Luna-Lawhn, Juanita 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests recommendation from TR for a summer institute workshop at Yale University to focus on ethnic minority literature in the United States.
Folder 76

Lundy, Edward 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Texas Press is interested in publishing TR's articles dealing with "Chicano Art in Texas."
Folder 77

Lyon, Ted 1977

Physical Description: 10 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Spanish professor at Brigham Young University requests a a copy of Tierra, and material on Chicano literature. Also, invites TR to participate in their Chicano literature conference. Include material on TR's novel, "La case grande."
Box 11, Folder 1

Madamba, Jayne 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCStudent Body Presidents' Council congratulates TR on his new position as chancellor of UCR and invites him to attend their next SBPC meeting. TR sends his regrets.
Folder 2

Madrid-Barela, Arturo 1974-83

Physical Description: 43 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR recommends his promotion to full professor in the Department of Spanish at the University of Minnesota. Contain articles on Chicano literature and memoranda on NCCHE and the U.S. Department of Education. Include Madrid's vita.
Folder 3

Magee, Wayne E. 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests recommendation from TR for the position of dean in the College of Arts and Letters at San Diego State University. Include correspondence and Magee's vita.
Folder 4

Maguire, Jack R. 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Institute of Texan Cultures congratulates TR on his new position at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Folder 5

Maguire, John D. 1984

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of the Claremont College Center thanks TR for his contribution in the humanities conference. Also, TR confirms Dr. Maguire in the program committee of the Sixty-first Annual Meeting of the Western College Association.
Folder 6

Mahony, Sheila 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR.
Folder 7

Maldonado, Jesús 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Requests from TR a copy of his essay, "Literatura chicana: vida en busqueda de forma." Also, TR thanks him for the book of poetry received entitled Sal, pimienta, y amor.
Folder 8

Mallan, John P. 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities express concern to TR on the research arm of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Folder 9

Manning, Robert J. 1968-72

Physical Description: 2 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the editor of Atlantic magazine, a short story that he would like published. The story deals with the problems of migrant workers seen through the eyes of a young child. TR also sends a copy of his essay, "Into the Labyrinth."
Folder 10

Manning, Winton H. 1979-83

Physical Description: 50 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for several senior administrative positions at various universities in the U.S. Include correspondence from the Educational Testing Service.
Folder 11

Maples, Charles 1982

Physical Description: 6 TLS/TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Aundergraduate student at UCR requests TR's support for admission into the Education Abroad Program in Great Britain.
Folder 12

Marenco, Jr., Eduardo 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The MALDEF Board congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and invites him to be a funding reviewer for a humanities proposal on Mexican American naturalization.
Folder 13

Marks, Milton 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A California senator welcomes TR as the new chancellor of UCR and sends his best wishes in working with the UC System.
Folder 14

Marland, Sidney P. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR discusses ways to develop student potential and programs which will benefit the Mexican American community through the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Also, refers to the symposium at UT Austin, "Educating a Nation."
Folder 15

Martínez, Aquilina 1977

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A literature professor at Our Lady of the Lake University at San Antonio, TX, invites TR to speak on Chicano literature to her Spanish literature students. TR accepts.
Folder 16

Martínez, Arthur D. 1979-84

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of Who's Who: Chicano officeholders, sends TR a copy of their newest edition and seeks ideas on marketing.
Folder 17

Martínez, Eliud 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends his promotion to associate professor with tenure at UCR. TR writes: "Dr. Martínez illustrates a mature analytical ability and a very effective writing skill. His perceptions are discriminating and non-imitative." (Confidential)
Folder 18

Martínez, Enrique 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR Spanish broadcast coordinator requests recommendation from TR for the California Agricultural Leadership Program.
Folder 19

Martínez, H. Salvador 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor of Spanish literature seeks funding to publish the poetry of a Chicano poet, Alfaro R. García. Includes the proposal submitted to Angelo State University, TX.
Folder 20

Martínez, John 1974-75

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student requests TR's advice for a dissertation topic in education. TR writes: "How about the whole area of Higher Education and Public Policy in the State?" (Texas)
Folder 21

Martínez, Julio A. 1975-79

Physical Description: 25 TLS/TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of Encyclopedic Dictionary of Chicano Literature, invites TR to submit an article on Octavio I. Romano-V. for their next book. Include Dr. Romano-V.'s curriculum vitae.
Folder 22

Martínez, Leo 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his appreciation for the informative talk he gave to the Kiwanis Club of El Paso on the effects of alcoholism.
Folder 23

Martínez, Max 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center requests TR to write an article on education for the first issue of the Guadalupe Chicano Arts magazine, to be published in San Antonio, TX.
Folder 24

Martínez, Santos G. 1977-78

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR congratuates the editor of ¡Dále Gas! magazine, for his excellent work in promoting Chicano art and consciousness.
Folder 25

Martínez, Steven D. 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR student requests recommendation from TR to enroll in the MBA graduate program at CSU San Bernardino.
Folder 26

Martínez, Vilma 1979-82

Physical Description: 3 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR a copy of her letter addressed to David S. Saxon regarding the excellent leadership he has demonstrated in nominating TR to be the next chancellor at UCR. Includes a list of TR's accomplishments during the first year at UCR.
Folder 27

Matthews, Wayne 1972

Physical Description: 2 TL/TMsPh

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR confirms his invitation to speak at the commencement exercises at Southwest Texas Junior College on May 11, 1972. Contains a copy of his prepared speech.
Folder 28

Matula, Franklin 1972

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the Education Service Center of Waco, TX, for the opportunity to participate in its Project Catalyst and to speak on Chicano literature.
Folder 29

McClendon, Joanna E. 1971

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student seeks information regarding employment at UTSA. TR writes: "At the present time we are in the process of planning and projecting...the growth and needs of our new university which will not open its doors till fall of 1973."
Folder 30

McCracken, Ellen 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A professor of literature at UC San Diego requests permission to publish some of TR's short stories in a new anthology of Hispanic American writers.
Folder 31

McDonald, Walt 1975

Physical Description: 9 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Texas Association of Creative Writing Teachers invites TR to read from Tierra, at its next meeting in Dallas. Also, asks about "La casa grande." TR writes: "My novel is still being worked over. I keep reading it and changing things."
Folder 32

McEntee, Eileen 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of education at Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM, sends TR her curriculum vitae hoping that she can find some teaching opportunities at UTSA. TR agrees to help.
Folder 33

McIntyre, Robert M. 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Southern California Gas Company invites TR to attend its "¡Olé III-Carnaval!," the Third Annual Benefit for the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts. TR accepts the invitation.
Folder 34

McSwain, Warren 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
KEEZ San Antonio's radio station selects TR as Citizen of the Day for being named director of the Division of Foreign Languages and the Division of Social Sciences at UTSA.
Folder 35

Mead, William 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The chairman of the UCR Creative Writing Program welcomes TR as the new chancellor and hopes they can later discuss the financial needs of the writing program.
Folder 36

Medrano, Adam 1976-77

Physical Description: 14 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of Chicano Renaissance asks TR to serve as a juror for the national broadcasting contest for the Gabriel Award. Also, Centro Video invites TR to the Second Chicano Film Festival. Include a few articles and correspondence.
Folder 37

Meinhardt, Warren L. 1971-72

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends him material concerning the present status of UTSA and plans to open the university in September of 1973. Include correspondence on Chicano literature and thought.
Folder 38

Melville, Margarita 1977-78

Physical Description: 12 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor of anthropology sends TR information on the NACS program planned for March 16-19, 1978, at the Claremont Colleges, CA. Includes a prospectus on the conference.
Folder 39

Méndez, Miguel 1972-83

Physical Description: 13 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR an update on the present dilemma with Quinto Sol publishers regarding his royalties for his short stories in El Grito. Also, TR recommends him to receive the degree of honoris causa at the University of Arizona.
Folder 40

Méndez-Flores, Enrique 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Hartnell College invites TR to be a speaker for a Chicano conference to be held on May 17-18, 1980, in Salinas, CA. Include the budget proposal and activities agenda.
Folder 41

Mendoza, Nick 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The business manager of Mendoza, Dillion and Asociado sends TR an update on their current activities with the Hispanic business market.
Folder 42

Menton, Seymour 1971-82

Physical Description: 16 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor of Spanish literature recalls their first meeting in Guadalajara in the summer of 1964. Includes an invitation to attend the First Chicano Literature Conference at UC Irvine and one of the first published reviews on Tierra.
Folder 43

Mestas, Juan E. 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The president of the Western Association of Educational Opportunity thanks TR for his help with the Fifth Annual Conference on Educational Opportunities. Include Mestas' curriculum vitae.
Folder 44

Metternich, Henry C. 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends a UCR graduate to the office of Educational Career Services at UCR and writes: "I have the greatest respect for his achievement..."
Folder 45

Meyer, James H. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The chancellor of UC Davis sends support for TR's decision on the "protection-type plan" with UCR's Academic Senate.
Folder 46

Meyer, Marshall W. 1980-83

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him as a possible candidate for membership on the Los Angeles Police Commission. Include general correspondence on events at UCR.
Folder 47

Meza, Daniel 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
St. Philip's College invites TR to be their guest speaker for the "Chicanos and the Sixteenth of September Celebration."
Folder 48

Millard, Percy 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Antonio Tinajero for a position with the U.S. Department of Commerce as a community service specialist.
Folder 49

Miller, Laurence D. 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of Laguna Gloria Art Museum requests a copy of the Manifesto of 1972 and "The Brown Paper Report," which TR used in his lectures on Chicano art work in San Antonio, TX.
Folder 50

Millichap, Joseph R. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends information concerning the current changes at UTSA in the Division of English and College of the Humanities.
Folder 51

Mirandé, Alfredo 1979-82

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor of UCR invites TR to write the preface for a new poetry book entitled Pinto Poetry. TR sends his regrets. Includes an invitation from the NACS planning committee to participate in the Chicano literature panel at UCR.
Folder 52

Moffat, James G. 1970

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Chicago Board of Education requests information from TR for more bilingual teachers to educate Spanish-speaking students.
Folder 53

Mojica, Berta 1979

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR on his new position as chancellor of UCR and recalls her early years in Crystal City, TX. Include some articles about her own educational success.
Folder 54

Molina, Héctor 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR accepts the interview with KPVS-FM radio station and thanks him for the opportunity to get involved.
Folder 55

Monarés, Aida C. 1980

Physical Description: 9 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Professor of political science requests TR's support for a position as vice president of affirmative action at UCB. Includes her curriculum vitae.
Folder 56

Monroe, Haskell 1982-83

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of UTEP sends TR appreciation for the article sent highlighting the UCR campus.
Folder 57

Montague, Eleanor A. 1980

Physical Description: 2 ALS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sends TR appreciation for his continued confidence and support in her leadership abilities. Includes her vita.
Folder 58

Montalvo, Carmela 1975

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Tejidos member informs TR that she will be late to the next meeting in San Antonio, TX, due to her flight schedule.
Folder 59

Montoto, Gregorio 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The University of Milwaukee-Wisconsin invites TR to be the guest speaker at their Chicano symposium on April 1974.
Folder 60

Montoya, Frank 1971

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests advice from the Corpus Christi School District for innovative programs which would prove to be viable for community relations and involvement at UTSA.
Folder 61

Montoya, Marilyn 1977

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Southwest Studies Institute of Colorado College confirms an appointment with TR for a seminar at St. Mary's University entitled "Nation Building in the Southwest."
Folder 62

Moore, Douglas R. 1979-83

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of the University of Redlands congratulates TR on his new position as chancellor of UCR. Include TR's thanks for the hospitality given during the President's High Table Lecture.
Folder 63

Moore, W.D. 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Texas Real Estate Research Center sends TR information regarding the viable growth for the area of El Paso, TX.
Folder 64

Mora, Josie 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The editor of Trucha Publications sends TR an appreciation letter for the time spent with them at Lubbock, TX.
Folder 65

Mora-Burnside, Pat 1981-85

Physical Description: 7 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Thanks TR for his continued confidence in her writing and gives an updates on her new publishing opportunities offered by Revista Chicano-Riqueña. Sends Concha a new poem created for TR to be included in her new poetry book, Borders.
Folder 66

Morales, A.G. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and warns him of the great responsibilities that lay at his command.
Folder 67

Morales, Alejandro 1976-80

Physical Description: 18 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR agrees to evaluate Dr. Morales' novels for promotion to associate professor at UC Irvine. Includes his paper on "Bernice Zamora's Restless Serpents," and curriculum vitae.
Folder 68

Morales, David 1981

Physical Description: 5 ALS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a recommendation from TR for admission into law schools at various universities across the U.S. Includes his transcripts and statement of purpose.
Folder 69

Moreno, Hilario 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends his appreciation to the Servicio Forestal Nacional de Paraguay for the help and collaboration given to the UCR Ecological Research Team directed by Dr. Rodolfo Ruibal.
Folder 70

Morín, Lupe 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Natural Sciences Career Exploration Center of UTEP requests a copy of TR's lecture on "Affirmative Action." TR states that his speech can be found in El Cuaderno, volume one, spring of 1977.
Folder 71

Morris, Jerry D. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Joe Martínez for a Ph.D. at East Texas State University. TR writes: "His abilities to structure and carry out research and his commitment to sound scholarly efforts should be noted as excellent."
Folder 72

Morris, Michele 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student sends TR an update on her creative writing projects and encloses a short story entitled "Winter Cow."
Folder 73

Morton, Carlos 1979-83

Physical Description: 11 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
UC Berkeley professor requests from TR some material involving the finer points of writing short stories. Includes an interview with Luis Valdez and an article on Morton's play, The Many Deaths of Danny Rosales.
Folder 74

Moyer, Jennifer 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines thanks TR for his assistance in recommending outstanding editors for their fellowship program.
Folder 75

Mújica, Barbara L. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Spanish professor at Georgetown University requests permission to publish TR's short story, "Es que duele," in her new book entitled Aquí y ahora.
Folder 76

Mullen, Jeannie 1981-83

Physical Description: 4 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her as a candidate for graduate studies at UCR in the Department of Education.
Folder 77

Mulvihill, E.R. 1969

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his curriculum vitae to E.R. Murvihill, chairman of the department. (No specific university is mentioned.)
Folder 78

Muñoz, Jr., Carlos 1983

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of UC Berkeley sends TR a report on the current conditions of education and human rights in El Salvador.
Folder 79

Muñoz-Avino, Manuel 1980

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The regional director of tourism of Mexico requests TR to attend a September luncheon with other high level Hispanic educators to celebrate its Mexican Independence Day.
Folder 80

Muñoz-Bata, Sergio 1980

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The editor of La Opinión, requests permission to publish TR's short story, "El Pete Fonseca," in a special edition of Cultura Chicana.
Folder 81

Muñoz-Luján, Juan 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of the UCR Chicano Alumni recognizes TR as an outstanding educator and leader in the Chicano community.
Folder 82

Murguía, Edward 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of sociology thanks TR for his kind words on his monograph and sends best wishes on his work at UTSA.
Folder 83

Murguía, Raúl S. 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The editor of El Cuaderno, sends TR copies of the published address given at the Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education Conference in Austin, TX.
Folder 84

Murguía, Theodore I. 1982

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
President of San Jose City College requests a copy of TR's presentation given at the conference in Austin. TR sends a copy of "The Chicano Academic and Non-Academic Community."
Folder 85

Murillo-Cruz, Héctor 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR requests material from the director of Apunte Bookstore for catalogs and bulletins on books which UTSA can purchase for its new library.
Box 12, Folder 1

Navarro, Armando 1980-82

Physical Description: 6 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of Congreso para Pueblos Unidos invites TR to give the welcoming address at the CPU regional convention to be held at UCR on April 19, 1980. Include political ideas sponsored by CPU and Dr. Navarro's curriculum vitae.
Folder 2

Nelson, Jack 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the associate dean of San Angelo State University his travel expenses incurred for their Chicano symposium.
Folder 3

Nelson-Cisneros, Víctor 1982

Physical Description: 3 TL/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends the assistant dean of Colorado College a copy of his poem, "The Searchers," and thanks him for the courtesy extended on his visit. Includes a copy of TR's poem.
Folder 4

New, Jr., James E. 1976

Physical Description: 4 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
St. Philip's College Bicentennial Committee invites TR to participate in a symposium which will focus on the future of higher education. Contains an outline of TR's address.
Folder 5

Newby, Edward J. 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Louisiana State University seeks material on UTSA's new faculty. TR writes: "Due to the complexities of initiating a totally new university it is impossible to commit ourselves to the identification of faculty so early."
Folder 6

Newman, Frank 1979

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Rhode Island invites TR to attend a conference on affirmative action. The major issues will be the recruitment of minority students and faculty. Included is a report on affirmative action written by Dr. Newman.
Folder 7

Newman, Katharine 1973-83

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines asks TR to recommend Newman for a fellowship. TR states: "She single handedly took this literary review from a few stapled typed pages into the convincing and fine literary journal..."
Folder 8

Nieto, Margarita 1980-81

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends USC professor for the faculty of various universities in California. TR writes: "I was astounded by Dr. Nieto's expertise, her personal relations and ability to deal with intellectual inquiry."
Folder 9

Norris, Mrs. Fred B. 1972

Physical Description: 2 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the Education Service Center of Corpus Christi for the invitation to participate in their workshop on foreign language teaching.
Folder 10

Núñez, Magdalena 1980-82

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her for a position with the Times Mirror Corporation and is highly impressed with her leadership skills and incisive mind. Include Núñez' curriculum vitae.
Folder 11

Obledo, Mario G. 1979-83

Physical Description: 7 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The secretary of the Health and Welfare Agency congratulates TR on his new appointment as chancellor of UCR. Includes an educational survey which seeks to ensure equal employment opportunities in the state of California.
Folder 12

O'Connell, Jr., Charles D. 1984

Physical Description: 1 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The vice president of the University of Chicago sends TR his congratulations on the interview in the Chronicle of Higher Education, focusing on his literary and educational career, published on February 15, 1984.
Folder 13

Oguiza, Thomas 1974

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of Spanish literature proposes a new course in Creative Stylistics in Spanish which would direct Spanish-speaking minorities to produce their own poetry and prose.
Folder 14

Olgin, Jr., Manuel J. 1979

Physical Description: 6 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Chicano Alumni Association of California State University at Fresno invites TR to give the opening address at its Chicano commencement ceremonies. TR sends his regrets.
Folder 15

Olin Jr., Spencer C. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UC Irvine selects TR as candidate for administration and requests him to submit a letter of interest. TR declines.
Folder 16

Oliphant, Dave 1975-76

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The editor of Margins literary journal, asks TR to submit a short essay on Chicano literature to be published in the spring of 1975. Include Dr. Oliphant's curriculum vitae.
Folder 17

Oliva, Maricela 1986

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Arte Publico Press thanks UCR for the assistance in publishing the International Studies in Honor of Tomás Rivera.
Folder 18

Oliva, Raquel 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A graduate student requests a recommendation from TR for admission into a master's program in California. TR accepts.
Folder 19

Olivo, Ted 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The committee to elect Mr. Olivo to the school board of education invites TR to attend a rally in San Jacinto, CA, to discuss the bilingual/bicultural programs.
Folder 20

Olsen, Norskov V. 1984

Physical Description: 6 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
LLU requests TR to write a personal letter for a kind of festschrift to honor Dr. Olsen's professional career. TR states: "I sensed always your profound understanding of the human condition and your pragmatic perspective..."
Folder 21

Olstad, Charles 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Arizona informs TR that the job opening previously announced in the MLA list has now been filled.
Folder 22

Olvera, Joe 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Southwest Training Institute requests TR's support for an NEH grant focusing on a Centralized Advocacy Program in the humanities and in teaching Chicano literature.
Folder 23

Ornstein, Jacob L. 1975-79

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor of modern languages requests administrative help from TR on the budget for the Ethnic Studies Center. Also, Dr. Ornstein sends TR his essay entitled "Unending Quest for a World Language."
Folder 24

Orta, Simón 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for a teaching position at the Teachers College in Lincoln, NE, and writes: "He serves on several boards in educational organizations...where he provides excellent imput and leadership."
Folder 25

Ortega, Alicia Q. 1981-83

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor at Imperial Valley College thanks TR for his presentation on Tierra, and would like the address of Justa Publications in order to buy copies of his book.
Folder 26

Ortego, Philip D. 1972-73

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of Chicano studies asks TR to submit a few poems for his anthology entitled We Are Chicanos. Also, TR recommends him for various senior academic positions.
Folder 27

Ortego y Gasca, Felipe de 1983

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR congratulates him on the production of the National Hispanic Reporter. Includes an article on the objectives of Hispanic newspapers and their importance to the community.
Folder 28

Ostarch, Valerie 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his appreciation to the coordinator of Humanities at the Sunset Hill School in Kansas for her kind expression on Tierra.
Folder 29

Owens, Marie 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the foreign language department of Texas Southern University some material on bicultural/bilingual studies.
Folder 30

Oxford, Tamara 1981

Physical Description: 3 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate of UCR requests TR's recommendation for admission to the School of Journalism at UC Berkeley. TR writes: "She demonstrates potential for eventual leadership in either the public or private sectors. I recommend her to you highly."
Folder 31

Oyama, Henry 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests information on Miguel Méndez from the associate dean of international studies at Pima Community College, AZ.
Folder 32

Ozuña, Jr., George 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Commission for Mexican American Affairs selects TR for the nominating committee that will choose the next officers.
Folder 33

Pacheco, Ángela R. 1973

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the National Institute of Health travel forms for his reimbursement.
Folder 34

Pacheco, Mary Ann 1973

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The USC Centro Chicano sends TR material on its First Annual Festival de Flor y Canto and include material on its publication, Flor y canto: An Anthology of Chicano Literature.
Folder 35

Padilla, Raymond 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Dr. Padilla requests a recommendation from TR for the position of dean of the Graduate School at UTEP.
Folder 36

Padilla, Sofía 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Chicano Students Coalition of the University of Wyoming invites TR to participate at their annual Chicano symposium.
Folder 37

Pallady, Stephen 1977-81

Physical Description: 9 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR recommends him for professorships at various institutions across the U.S. TR writes: "I came to know his linguistic abilities quite well and his excellence as a student."
Folder 38

Paolini, Gilbert 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR agrees to have his essay, "Mexican-American Literature: Establishment of Community," published in LA CHISPA 83. Includes a copy of TR's essay.
Folder 39

Paquette, F. André 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of Middlebury College resigns from his post and also seeks material on royalties from his publication.
Folder 40

Paredes, Américo 1970-84

Physical Description: 33 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UT Austin professor invites TR to attend a Chicano symposium on November 19, 1970. Contain material on the Texas Concilio for Chicano Studies and Tejidos Board. TR thanks him for "giving us your mind, your spirit, and your wisdom."
Folder 41

Paredes, Raymund A. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of UCLA requests TR to critique his paper on Chicano literature which was recently published in MELUS.
Folder 42

Parker, Gary 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A security officer of UCLA apologizes to TR for any discomfort caused at the recent UC Regents' Board meeting.
Folder 43

Parra, José Antonio 1971-72

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends several articles on Chicano literature to the editor of Mictla, to be published in their next issue. Include correspondence and ideas for the future of Mictla.
Folder 44

Patlán, Juan 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends his appreciation to the Mexican American Unity Council for the invitation to attend their annual banquet.
Folder 45

Pedrotti, Louis 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of UCR congratulates TR as the new chancellor and sends him some issues of the Hieroglyphs newsletter.
Folder 46

Peltason, J. W. 1979-84

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The American Council on Education invites TR to attend the Twenty-fifth Annual President's Institute. Include general correspondence and conference material.
Folder 47

Peña, Paz 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Chicano club of Johnson High School invites TR to be the speaker at their Cinco de Mayo celebration. TR accepts.
Folder 48

Penney, Dan/Mary 1975

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of biology requests information from TR on the teaching opportunities available at UTSA. Includes a letter from Mary Penney.
Folder 49

Pereira, Tony 1984

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his thanks to the Salesian Boy's Club for the hospitality shown at the Chicano Media Banquet in Pasadena, CA.
Folder 50

Pereira, Salas 1979

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The International Communication Agency sends TR a cable regarding the death of Dr. Salas Pereira.
Folder 51

Pérez, Edward R. 1980-82

Physical Description: 8 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him as a studio artist and teacher at various colleges. TR writes: "Ed is articulate, has independence of thought, and a very pleasant disposition."
Folder 52

Pérez, Manuel 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An assistant dean of student affairs sends TR his curriculum vitae and thanks TR for nominating him to the NCCHE Board.
Folder 53

Pérez, Severo 1979-81

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The director of the Film and Animation Production requests TR to send some of his creative stories to their new Latino entertainment project sponsored by Universal Studios.
Folder 54

Perissinotto, Giorgio 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of the State University of New York at Stony Brook thanks TR for his ideas on ethnic studies discussed on his last visit to UTSA.
Folder 55

Peterson, Lowell 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Washington state senator recommends that TR as a board member of Times Mirror support the sale of Anacortes Plywood in order to keep the employment up in the area.
Folder 56

Pfau, John M. 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of Cal State College at San Bernardino congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR.
Folder 57

Phillips, Jean 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A speech consultant invites TR to participate at the Speech Communication Association and speak on Chicano literature.
Folder 58

Pierce, V.P. 1968

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the chairman of the Department of Foreign Languages at Sam Houston State College material on his transcripts from the University of Oklahoma. Includes a recommendation from the director of the VISTA training program.
Folder 59

Pino, Jr., Frank 1972-84

Physical Description: 38 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR recommends him for various senior administrative posts at some universities across the U.S. TR writes: "As a scholar and creative writer, he has grown exceptionally." Include general correspondence and Pino's curriculum vitae.
Folder 60

Pitkethly, Lawrence 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The executive producer of Voices and Visions, looks forward to meeting TR in California to discuss an upcoming documentary film series on American poetry.
Folder 61

Plakos, John 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The National Consortium for Bilingual Education sends TR a copy of a directory of Title VII projects on bilingual education. Includes a report on bilingual education programs.
Folder 62

Platt, José 1976-80

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at CSU Fullerton requests permission to publish TR's short story, "The Salamanders," in a new anthology entitled Chicano Short Stories.
Folder 63

Plunkett, Cathy 1978

Physical Description: 2 ALS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A student from the Southwest High School of Ft. Worth, TX, requests from TR a scholarship application for UTEP.
Folder 64

Pollak, Betty L. 1973

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Professor Dunham nominates TR as a potential candidate for the position of dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oklahoma, and President Templeton seconds the motion with another letter of recommendation from UTEP.
Folder 65

Popkin, Nathan S. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends Professor Pokin's curriculum vitae to Dr. Greaves, director of social sciences at UTSA and will stay in touch.
Folder 66

Porras, Jerry 1974

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Chicano Faculty Recruitment Committee at Stanford University requests TR to send them names of Chicano Ph.D.'s in order to create a list of available scholars.
Folder 67

Porrata, Francisco E. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends his thanks to the editor of Explicación de Texos Literarios, for the published articles on Latino thought.
Folder 68

Portillo, Lourdes 1983

Physical Description: 7 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR supports an NEH grant for a film production entitled Mexican Women in Transition, which will focus on women's perspectives and aesthetic expressions. Includes the proposal.
Folder 69

Powell, David 1982

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Professor of Western New Mexico University congratulates TR on being awarded an honorary doctorate. Dr. Powell writes: "You have planted a seed of truth here that will, with time, sprout into a tree that will be seen and understood by all."
Folder 70

Powell, Mozelle 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Spanish professor of Sam Houston College thanks TR for the material loaned on Spanish and Chicano literature.
Folder 71

Preciado-B., Cecilia 1978-84

Physical Description: 20 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR recommends her for several senior academic positions across the U.S. TR states: "She is intelligent, deeply conscious and knowledgeable of the issues and problems." Include general correspondence and her curriculum vitae.
Folder 72

Press, Frank 1984

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The National Academy of Sciences sends TR a copy of "Science and Creationism," in order to define its position on this issue by explaining the differences of these two theories.
Folder 73

Proctor, Claude O. 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of Russian requests information from TR on job opportunities at UTSA. TR writes he is no longer at UTSA.
Folder 74

Proff, Fred C. 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Raúl G. Cuellor for a doctoral application at UTSA and writes: "I feel very strongly that he has all the potential needed to terminate and utilize a Ph.D. degree."
Folder 75

Próspero, Carlos 1975

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
The editor of Textos, a Mexican journal requests TR to submit an article on Chicano literature and would like TR to contact Chicano writers such as Alurista and Corky González.
Box 13, Folder 1

Quirarte, Jacinto 1974-78

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The dean of the College of Fine Arts at UTSA directs a graduate student to TR for material on Chicano literature. Include UTSA administrative correspondence.
Folder 2

Rafelson, Virginia 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The cultural attache of the Mexican consulate sends UCR a collection of books as gifts from the Mexican government to be housed in the UCR Library. Includes a list of books.
Folder 3

Ramírez, Ernestina 1971

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests material from Corpus Christi Independent School District for innovative programs on higher education.
Folder 4

Ramírez, Salvador 1974

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Professor of Chicano studies of Washington State University sends TR material on the Chicano sociolinguistics symposium. Include strategy notes of the original planning group.
Folder 5a

Rand, Ayn 1966-67

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes Ayn Rand and inquires if she would like to have her work translated into Spanish. Ayn Rand responds that, due to her publishing contract, all translation commissions are arranged by her publishers.
Folder 5b

Randolph, Leonard 1977-78

Physical Description: 4 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR expresses his interest in applying for an NEH Fellowship in order to finish his creative writing projects. Also, he supports Nephtalí de León's NEH grant to continue Maize, a national Chicano newspaper for the arts.
Folder 6

Rangel, Felix 1971

Physical Description: 2 TL/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends the chairman of the LULAC conference a letter requesting information on their next regional meeting.
Folder 7

Rasmussen, Alice M. 1971-72

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at Oral Roberts University sends TR some modern language material and hopes his visit to ORU was productive.
Folder 8

Reagan, Ronald 1983-84

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
President Ronald Reagan requests the pleasure of TR at a luncheon at the White House. Later, President Reagan sends Concepción Rivera his condolences on the death of TR.
Folder 9

Reed, Harry A. 1980

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Research Fellowship Program of the Rockefeller Foundation receives various letters of support for Dr. Reed's entitled "Platform for Change."
Folder 10

Reed, Sarah R. 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Graduate Library School of Indiana University thanks TR for the help in promoting their institute on librarianship.
Folder 11

Reese, Lee Fleming 1980

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An adult education teacher appreciates TR's article, "School Help Starts in the Community." The article appeared in the San Diego Union, on June 15, 1980, during a LULAC conference.
Folder 12

Reeves, Blair 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Bexar County Historical Committee invites TR to join the group for the following year. TR accepts the offer.
Folder 13

Reichardt, Dorothy 1970

Physical Description: 2 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Brenham High School of Texas thanks TR for speaking at their foreign language luncheon on teaching non-English speaking children.
Folder 14

Reisler, Raymond 1981-82

Physical Description: 7 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests references from TR for possible opportunities in educational administration. Includes his curriculum vitae.
Folder 15

Rewak, William J. 1980

Physical Description: 9 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of the University of Santa Clara informs TR that he has been selected to receive an honorary degree at their commencement exercises on June 14, 1980.
Folder 16

Reyes, Barbara 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
St. Mary's University of San Antonio invites TR to speak at their "Diez y Seis Celebración," on Hispanic heritage.
Folder 17

Reyes, Rosendo I. 1972-88

Physical Description: 43 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Chicano writer sends TR samples of his work and requests TR's help to publish his novel, "A Monument for Cosima." Include correspondence to Concha Rivera on his donation of TR's original letters to the TR Archive of UCR.
Folder 18

Reyes, Jr., Felipe 1975-76

Physical Description: 11 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Con Safos artist who designed the art for TR's Chapbook, Always and Other Poems, requests copies of the book. Includes the "Semana de la Raza" program and Felipe Reyes, Jr., curriculum vitae.
Folder 19

Reyes, Vinicio 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends Dr. Reyes material on bilingual/bicultural studies available at UTSA.
Folder 20

Reyes-Mazon, Manuel 1972

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the Teacher Corps a list of resource persons in Hispanic education to be published in Adelante magazine.
Folder 21

Reyna, José R. 1981

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests a letter of reference from TR for tenure at the University of New Mexico and sends his new book, Raza Humor.
Folder 22

Rhine, Susan 1981

Physical Description: 2 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Requests letter of recommendation from TR for promotional opportunities in clerical-administrative positions at UCR.
Folder 23

Riojas-Clark, Ellen 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her as professor in elementary education at UTSA. TR writes: "Her disposition, her incisive intellectual ability, and her class preparation brought a great degree of student professionalism to the class."
Folder 24

Rifkin, Silvia B. 1980

Physical Description: 22 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR thanks the American Embassy for sending articles on the Chicano literary conference held in Mexico on July 8, 1980. Include articles from various newspapers in Mexico City.
Folder 25

Ríos, Herminio 1971-81

Physical Description: 19 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends the editor of Quinto Sol Publications an outline of his novel, Tierra. The outline analyzes the entire work and provides questions which could be used for teaching. Also, include correspondence on the new Justa Publications.
Folder 26

Ríos, Francisco 1970-74

Physical Description: 2 ALS/TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of the University of Colorado requests TR to advise his graduate student on its bilingual educational program when she visits him at UTSA.
Folder 27

Ríos, Sam 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of Chicano studies at CSU Sacramento sends TR the schedule for its Chicano literature conference. TR confirms his participation.
Folder 28

Rivera, Bridgette 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her for the position of UC Student Regent for the UCR campus. Include her curriculum vitae.
Folder 29

Rivera, Eliodoro G. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of the Mexican American Community Services requests some information on the MBA program at UTSA.
Folder 30

Rivera, Feliciano 1974-76

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of a new narrative history of Mexican Americans selects TR as one of the subjects for the dictionary book to be published by Hill and Wang of New York, NY.
Folder 31

Rivera, George 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for advancement to associate professor at the University of Colorado. TR states: "I have been present when Dr. Rivera has made presentations at national professional meetings and I have read his scholarly research."
Folder 32

Rivera, Julio 1970-71

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Los Amigos of Sam Houston State University invites TR to speak at their conference on Mexican American culture.
Folder 33

Robertson, Mary L. 1975

Physical Description: 8 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The senior editor of Chicano Voices, requests permission to publish two of TR's short stories from Tierra. The anthology will be published by Houghton Mifflin Company in 1976.
Folder 34

Rocard, Marcienne 1975-81

Physical Description: 11 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail requests material on Chicano literature and on an article published in the Texas Observer, about Amado Muro. Includes her essay on Tierra, entitled "The Cycle of Experience in Tierra."
Folder 35

Rodríguez, Emerenciano 1983-84

Physical Description: 54 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Mexican consul gives a deeply moving eulogy at the TR Memorial Service on the UCR campus, May 19, 1984. Include copies of the eulogy and various letters and articles on TR's life in higher education and on his unexpected death.
Folder 36

Rodríguez, Jr., Genaro 1972

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Crystal City School District thanks TR for his program on Chicano literature on May 16, 1972. TR writes: "The students you have are really students of whom you can be proud. I only wish I had more time to spend with you..."
Folder 37

Rodríguez, Irene 1974

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of the Southwest Texas Junior College requests TR to give a lecture on Chicano literature to her Mexican American studies class. TR accepts and plans the lecture for November of 1974.
Folder 38

Rodríguez-O., Jaime E. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UC Irvine invites TR to apply for the position of vice chancellor of student affairs. TR declines the offer.
Folder 39

Rodríguez, Joe 1981

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at SDSU invites TR to give a lecture on Chicano issues at the Aztec Center. Also, Dr. Rodríguez would like TR's opinion on his manuscript, "Ethnic Figures and the North American Narrative of Survival," which include Tierra.
Folder 40

Rodríguez, Juan 1971-79

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor at UCSD sends TR a copy of his essay on Tierra, entitled "La embestida contra la religiosidad en Tierra." JR writes: "...es una de las pocas personas que comprende como se hace una revolución a través de la literatura."
Folder 41

Rodríguez, Juan A. 1973-74

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A graduate student requests information from TR on teaching opportunities in the foreign languages department at UTSA.
Folder 42

Rodríguez, Louis J. 1972-81

Physical Description: 7 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
President of Midwestern State University in Texas expresses his pleasure on the very excellent article in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Include general correspondence.
Folder 43

Rodríguez, Manuel J. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A Chicano artist sends TR information on a commissioned portrait for his wife. Rodríguez states: "Ricardo Montalban once introduced me as a modern day master painter..."
Folder 44

Rodríguez, Paul H. 1978

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for a Fulbright Fellowship in Colombia, South America. TR states: "His depth and knowledge in the professional field of the proposal is complemented by his research and publication he has completed."
Folder 45

Rodríguez-P., Salvador 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder invites TR to participate in a session at the MLA conference on "Símbolo, Mito y Folklore," to be held in San Francisco, CA.
Folder 46

Rogers, Del Marie 1973-79

Physical Description: 8 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor sends TR material on Pablo Neruda and wonders if TR has read Memorias. TR writes: "One of these days I'll read Neruda, et al., again and dare to be pure of thought again. As for now I'm part of the unconscious conspiracy."
Folder 47

Rogers, James T. 1983

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of Brenau College in Georgia thanks TR for the fine job he did in connection with their visit to the Bilingual Center at Biscayne College.
Folder 48

Rois, Roberto 1980-81

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Former UCR professor sends TR a postcard from Paris, France, and hopes TR can resolve the current crises at UCR.
Folder 49

Rojas, Guillermo 1973-78

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A professor at Stanford requests a letter of recommendation from TR for the position of director of Chicano studies.
Folder 50

Romanell, Patrick 1979-83

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A philosophy professor at UTEP sends TR copies of his essays entitled "Some Sobering Reflections on the Human Situation" and "Samuel Ramos: la filosofia de la cultura mexicana." TR thanks him for the essays.
Folder 51

Romano-V., Octavio I. 1970-81

Physical Description: 6 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of Quinto Sol Publications observes that TR's novel, Tierra, receives very favorable reviews. Includes a copy of Dr. Romano-V.'s translation of "Tata Casehua."
Folder 52

Romero, Clarence 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of psychology requests a letter of support from TR for a position at San Bernardino Community College. Include Romero's curriculum vitae.
Folder 53

Romero, Frank 1982

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR congratulates the director of the Educational Testing Service for being selected as one of the Outstanding Young Men of the United States of America.
Folder 54

Romo, Ricardo 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at UC San Diego invites TR to participate in the next NEH conference on "Chicano Humanities," in Arizona.
Folder 55

Rosales, Raúl G. 1973-75

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at the University of Houston invites TR to be the guest speaker for the High School Equivalency Program.
Folder 56

Rosenberg, Joe 1978-79

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
La Compañía de Teatro Bilingüe requests permission from TR to adapt his stories into a theatrical production and sends a copy of the adaptation for his approval before staging.
Folder 57

Rothenberger, James 1979

Physical Description: 2 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and recalls the time they were neighbors at Norman, Oklahoma, in 1966.
Folder 58

Rubio, Gloria 1976

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of Producciones Estrella Roja requests consent to publish TR's short story, "Las salamandras," in La Cucaracha literary journal of Pueblo, CO.
Folder 59

Ruibal, Rodolfo 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at UCR congratulates TR as the new chancellor and asks if he will attend the UC Regents' Board meeting, April 5, 1979.
Folder 60

Ruiz, Eugenio G. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A graduate student requests from TR a letter of support for a Ford Fellowship to attend the University of Texas.
Folder 61

Ruiz, Mario E. 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A Spanish professor at the University of Cincinnati thanks TR for sending a few of his short stories to be published in Fontana, in November of 1972.
Folder 62

Ruiz-Garza, Pedro 1979

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of Jobs for Progress congratulates TR as the new chancellor of UCR and commends his leadership style.
Folder 63

Ruiz-Ibáñez, Manuel 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The editor of the Sun newspaper, in San Bernardino, CA, sends TR a questionnaire which will be used in the new series, "Recompensa al esfuerzo mexicoamericanos destacados."
Folder 64

Russell-R., Alice 1982

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her for any position for which she may qualify at UCR. TR writes: "Alice was always a hard-working friendly individual who took sincere interest in her work."
Folder 65

Russell, William M. 1968

Physical Description: 2 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The chairman of the Department of Modern Languages at UTEP thanks TR for his interest in their institution and would like TR to submit his curriculum vitae.
Box 14, Folder 1

Sagel, Jim 1981

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR congratulates him on his new novel, Hablando de brujas y la gente. TR writes: "I have not read anyting in recent years that has moved me as much and that has motivated me to think of original elements."
Folder 2

Sager, Missy 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The coordinator of economic development in San Antonio invites TR to serve as a member of the City's Employees' Task Force.
Folder 3

Sagik, Bernard P. 1978-84

Physical Description: 58 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for a senior academic position at various universities across the U.S. TR writes: "of the deans with whom I worked at UTSA, Dean Sagik had the best communication skills." Include Dr. Sagik's curriculum vitae.
Folder 4

Sainz, Gustavo 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
A professor at New Mexico University updates TR on his new novel, Fantasmas aztecas. Also, Dr. Sainz supports either Carlos Fuentes or Gabriel García Márquez for the Rómulo Gallegos Prize for Latin American literature.
Folder 5

Saldaña, Lupe 1980

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The American G.I. Forum invites TR to participate in a panel debate on the "U.S. Education System and Hispanics," during the Thirty-second National Convention. TR sends regrets.
Folder 6

Salazar, Edward M. 1983

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR supports a UCR student for an MBA degree at Stanford University. TR writes: "Mr. Salazar is articulate, mannerly, through, and has skills in leadership, computer programming and the Spanish language that will be an asset to him..."
Folder 7

Salazar, Ken 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of MEChA thanks TR for his participation at the Chicano symposium held at Colorado College.
Folder 8

Salazar, Verónica 1973-74

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The San Antonio Express requests an interview with TR for a new textbook entitled Dedication Rewarded, which will promote Hispanic leaders in the U.S. TR accepts the offer.
Folder 9

Salinas, Jesús 1972

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends a graduate student material on the Teacher Corps program in San Antonio and wants him to call the director.
Folder 10

Salinas, Judy Kay 1970-80

Physical Description: 40 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at the University of Tulsa requests new material on Chicano literature and sends TR some of her latest creative poems. Include material on Dr. Salinas' project, "The Image of Women in Hispanic Literature: New Perspectives."
Folder 11

Sánchez, David A. 1971

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCLA professor invites TR to be a candidate for the position of director for the Chicano Research Center of UCLA.
Folder 12

Sánchez, Frank 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at East Los Angeles College sends TR material on a plan to develop a center for advanced Hispanic studies at the University of Southern California and would like TR's help and perspectives.
Folder 13

Sánchez, Marta 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends his appreciation for the work which she has devoted to the Chicano/Latino community in the literary arena.
Folder 14

Sánchez, Ramón 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The board of trustees of San Antonio Public Library sends UTEP President Templeton a letter of recommendation citing TR's strong administrative talents.
Folder 15

Sánchez, Rosaura 1978-82

Physical Description: 7 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
UC San Diego professor of literature asks TR to submit some of his short stories for a new anthology in Chicano literature. TR also thanks her for Requisa treinta y dos.
Folder 16

Sánchez, Saúl 1972-81

Physical Description: 20 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR recommends him for the position of director of the bilingual/bicultural studies at UTSA. TR writes: "Dr. Sánchez is a person of integrity and excellent intellectual capacity." Include general correspondece.
Folder 17

Sandoval, Emilio 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Mexican writer sends TR a copy of his essay on the history of Texas published in Mexico. The essay addresses the propaganda which the Americans used to win Texas in the early nineteenth century.
Folder 18

Sandoval, Rudy 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An associate professor at Notre Dame Law School expresses his desire to work with TR on his plan to help the Chicano community deal with social, economic and political issues.
Folder 19

Saucedo, Daniel H. 1976-77

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congratulates TR as the new vice president of administration at UTSA. Also, recognizes TR's gift to the Inman Center.
Folder 20

Sawyer, Donald T. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks UCR professor for his kind letter and hopes that they can get together and discuss administrative strategy.
Folder 21

Saxon, David S. 1979-84

Physical Description: 47 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The president of UC System sends TR official correspondence on his new role as chancellor of UCR and as executive officer of the UC System. Includes his personal views on TR's philosophy of education and general UC memoranda.
Folder 22

Scannell, Deborah 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An editor at Houghton Mifflin Company sends payment for consent to publish TR's short story, "The Portrait," in their twelfth-grade literature textbook entitled Focus in Ideas.
Folder 23

Schillingsburg, P.L. 1976

Physical Description: 2 TLS/TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor at Mississippi State University requests information on the most recent theses and dissertations completed at UTSA, from September 1974 to September 1975.
Folder 24

Schlundt, Christena L. 1979

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR professor sends TR her views on how she can contribute to the Joint Planning Council at UCR.
Folder 25

Schmertz, Diana 1972

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student requests material from TR on Portuguese studies at UTSA. TR writes: "We are still in the building stages."
Folder 26

Schmidt, Lorenza 1980-82

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The director of student programs at UC Irvine invites TR to speak about Hispanics in higher education during a Chicano workshop on January 23, 1980.
Folder 27

Schneider, Peter 1980

Physical Description: 7 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR graduate student requests TR's support for law school. TR writes: "He is well organized in his thoughts, orally and written, he has developed a fine incisive and logical mind."
Folder 28

Schroeder, Bethany Jo 1981

Physical Description: 6 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends her for a Harvard three-year Junior Fellowship and writes: "I have been amazed at her energy in developing literary interest on our campus as a whole. Specifically, she structured our campus literary magazine, Mosaic..."
Folder 29

Schultz, Phyllis 1976

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Colorado at Denver requests TR to support Dr. Francisco Ríos for a tenure position. TR writes: "His professional preparation is the soundest of any colleague of mine. He was a voracious reader and intellectually alive."
Folder 30

Serrato, Juan 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A Chicano writer requests information from TR on possible funding for a Chicano newspaper. TR sends his regrets.
Folder 31

Shapiro, Theda 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A professor of UCR congratulates TR as the new chancellor and welcomes him to the UCR campus family.
Folder 32

Shere, Jean B. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests information on the planning and budgeting of the Emory Peace Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Folder 33

Scherman, Howard 1980

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR professor sends TR his opinion on the proposed business administration major which he feels will not help UCR gain students, but will deplete funds for other programs.
Folder 34

Shields, Merrill 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The attorney of the University of Texas System sends TR his appreciation for the help given during the years working for the UT System.
Folder 35

Shihab, Naomi 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends a copy of the Texas Writer's Newsletter, and writes that he enjoyed working with her on Pegasus, in San Antonio.
Folder 36

Shores, Lee J. 1970-78

Physical Description: 3 ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A colleague of the University of Oklahoma sends TR greetings and asks how he's doing. TR writes: "Pues, se pasa la vida pronto y`tan callando' como dice Jorge Manrique. No hace mucho tiempo que estábamos tú y yo de estudiantes de Latín."
Folder 37

Shreeve, L. Sid 1974-79

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A professor at Brigham Young University invites TR to speak at its Hispanic Conference on Bilingual/Bicultural Studies. Also, TR requests a copy of the proceedings, The Spanish-Speaking American Challenge.
Folder 38

Shuffler, Henderson 1973

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR requests the use of the theatre at the Institute of Texas Cultures for a workshop with UTSA educators and various Chicano/Latino civic groups to discuss educational issues.
Folder 39

Sikes, Melvin 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR expresses his pleasure in meeting Dr. Sikes at Lutcher Center in Texas and hopes to continue their dialogue.
Folder 40

Siller, Raúl 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR refers Siller to Dr. Albar Peña for future discussion on the bicultural/bilingual studies at UTSA.
Folder 41

Silva-Herzog, Jesús 1971

Physical Description: 4 TL

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
TR sends the editor of Cuadernos Americanos, his essay, "La teoría poética de León Felipe," which is published by them in the winter of 1973. Later, TR sends his dissertation on "León Felipe," which he also hopes to get published.
Folder 42

Silverman, Joseph H. 1980-82

Physical Description: 8 ALS/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
UC Santa Cruz professor inquires if TR was a student during the NDEA Institute in Guadalajara in 1963. TR writes: "Yes, I still recall the excellent lecture (explicación de texto) you gave on Jorge Ferretis' Hombres en tempestad.
Folder 43

Simmen, Edward 1971-80

Physical Description: 36 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Updates TR on his recent anthology, The Chicano, and on the hostile review in El Grito. Contains a ten year network of information dealing with Chicano literature and the Writers Workshop International.
Folder 44

Simmons, Althea T.L. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends his appreciation to the director of NAACP for the time spent discussing humanitarian issues at UTSA.
Folder 45

Simmons, Merle E. 1974

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Professor of Spanish at Indiana University sends TR a copy of a letter of recommendation for Dr. David Fagan's employment in the Department of Foreign Languages at UTSA.
Folder 46

Simpson, Frank R. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR thanks the Houghton Mifflin Company for the complimentary books sent on Hispanic and French literature.
Folder 47

Sims, Dennis C. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A teacher of Crystal City Independent School District sends TR his vita and requests information on employment at UTSA.
Folder 48

Singer, Harry 1979

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR professor invites TR to give the welcoming address at the Sixth Annual Reading Conference at UCR. TR accepts.
Folder 49

Singer, Robert 1980-83

Physical Description: 51 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends him for several senior academic positions at various universities across the U.S. TR writes: "I have gained a great deal of respect for Dr. Singer's academic preparation, his commitment to a high quality education..."
Folder 50

Slote, Bernice 1978

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Nebraska requests that TR submit his paper presented at the Great Plains Symposium for publication.
Folder 51

Smerdon, Ernest T. 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UT System deputy chancellor congratulates TR on his recent election as a trustee for the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Folder 52

Smith, April 1984

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends UCR graduate student for a Eastern Star Educational Scholarship. TR states: "As a Regents' scholar she has maintained not only excellent grades, but sustained service to the university community at large."
Folder 53

Smith, Beckie S. 1975

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A graduate student at Indiana University requests material from TR on library opportunities at UTSA.
Folder 54

Smith, Brewster M. 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends vice chancellor of UC Santa Cruz appreciation for the moments they had discussing humanitarian issues at UTSA.
Folder 55

Smith, E.B. 1980

Physical Description: 5 TLS/ALS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.