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Archive/Manuscript
1 print, 22 by 30 inches.
The print bears the hand-signed signature of Dolores Huerta and the artist Barbara Carrasco.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
18 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence, particularly with Harry Gamboa, Gloria Molina, Edward James Olmos, Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, and Robert Rodriguez, original artwork, material about Cesar Chavez and the UFW, publications about Mexican American art and her own work including issues of Chismearte, Corazón de Aztlán, Americas 2001, Caminos, and La Raza Magazine, photographs and videos.
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Archive/Manuscript
36 linear feet.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Manuscripts, correspondence, art work, audio and video recordings, slides, photographic prints, works by others, publications.
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Archive/Manuscript
6.5 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence, manuscripts and publications of essays in support of Super-8 film and of the media arts, scripts, notebooks, clipping files, exhibition flyers and books, journal publications, audiotapes of interviews (four of Varela, three by Varela of Paul Sharits, Stan Brakhage, and Andrej Zdravic), and videotapes.
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Archive/Manuscript
3 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Scripts and production notes related to feature films and proposed projects. Miscellaneous correspondence. Production and business documents: scripts, shooting notes, promotion, box office receipts, contracts, and legal correspondence. Original posters for all three feature films. Photographs. Clippings include local and grassroots publications that are difficult to find elsewhere. These provide a rare opportunity to study grassroots feature film production and distribution.
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Archive/Manuscript
18 linear feet (38 boxes)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Grant proposals, correspondence, story outlines, script developments and treatments, publicity, soundtracks, videos, interviews, diskettes, etc.; all pertaining to television scripts, stories, and non-fiction written and/or produced by Treviño. Includes photographs of Treviño, one by Harry Gamboa.
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Archive/Manuscript
3 map folders (58 prints and 1 calendar)
Folder 1: 15 prints (including signed silkscreens), 1975-2001, including some by Juan R. Fuentes, Rupert Garcia, the Royal Chicano Air Force, and Emmanuel Montoya -- Folder 2: 31 posters, 1979-1989, including some by José Antonio Burciaga, Juana Alicia, Tina Fuentes, Irene Pérez, Ralph Madriaga, Daniel Galvez, Rupert Garcia, Emmanuel Montoya, Aurelio Díaz, Manuel Unzueta, Michael V. Rios, and Alfredo Arreguín -- Folder 3: 12 posters and 1 calendar, 1978-1986, including some by Rayuan Gonzales, Rupert Garcia, and la Raza Graphic (the 1983 calendar).
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Archive/Manuscript
52 prints in 1 print box and 42 prints in 4 map folders
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Archive/Manuscript
1 v. (112 leaves)
Marcos Sanchez-Tranquilino writes in an accompanying letter, "My thoughts on my own personal experience run throughout this thesis. As a matter of fact, two-thirds of Chapter II deals exclusively with my transformation from Mexican to Mexican American to Chicano." And, "I am very interested in breaking research paths into the interdisciplinary arena of Chicano art and Depth Psycholgy."
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Video
8 linear feet (171 programs on 67 VHS videocassettes, 66 hrs., 20 min. : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 6 transcripts, 6 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. with 1 index, 36 leaves. + 5 Beta tapes + 10 sound cassettes).
Contains the taped Califas Conference (held at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 1982) as well as presentations of musical and theatrical works, interviews with performers, artists, and authors, and exhibitions of art. A comprehensive presentation of Chicano culture and society in California.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 v.
A thesis submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree Master of Arts in Art History, Cecelia F. Klein, chair. This thesis refutes traditional art-historical analyses which reduce the form and function of Chicano graffiti and Chicano muralism into given divergent categories that position murals as "art" and graffiti as "vandalism." By approaching each as a cultural practice developing in and through historical discourse, they are understood to be contending systems of signification with the capacity to provide their practioners cultural representation in a political context.
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Image
1 silkscreen poster in map folder
The poster publicizes the XXIV annual conference of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano studies in Sacramento, California, April 16-19, 1997. Text inlcudes "Chicana y Chicano scholarship: un compromiso con nuestras comunidades."
Special Collections
Image
1 linear foot (14 silkscreen prints in print box).
The collection contains the original silkscreen prints for each month of the calendar, including the cover and a single color additional print for October.
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Archive/Manuscript
26 ink and watercolor drawings.
Attached to each drawing is a carbon of the text being illustrated, together with a pencil description of what should be portrayed.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 red and black woodcut.
Phrase "No los olvidamos" wirtten on the walls of prison cell; a jungle scene with trees and a tiger fades into the cell, under which reads the slogan "Seguimos luchando."
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Archive/Manuscript
1 poster, 18 x 24 inches., full color offset print.
Created to honor the nation-wide rallies supporting immigrant rights. Three protesters hold a sign that reads, "Aquí estamos y no nos vamos! y si nos hechan nos regresamos." The tagline in the head is translated We Demand Justice, Equality & Liberty.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 poster, 17 x 11 inches.
May 1, 2010, poster warning migrants: "One & All, you are hereby respectfully cautioned and advised, to avoid conversing with the Watchmen, Police Officers, & INS agents of Arizona, for since the recent Order of Governor Brewer who signed SB-1070, they are empowered to act as kidnappers, jailers and deporters,..."
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Archive/Manuscript
One multi-color linocut print, 18 x 24 inches.
"Over the course of several meetings with staff and members, we arrived at an image to represent Centro Legal, a quetzal bird flying freely with no regard to border walls. The print is a linocut and monoprint, with watercolor." [from Justseeds Artists Cooperative website]
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Archive/Manuscript
1 print, 21 x 15 inches.
Features the bust of Ricardo Flores Magón, with "Regeneración" written below.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 color offset print, 18 x 24 inches.
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