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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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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 record box, 1 print box, and 1 map folder (3 linear ft.)
Includes two binders of material, as well as oversize posters.
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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."
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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
15 linear feet (36 boxes, 1 map folder)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
The Lorraine García-Nakata collection encompasses her work as a visual artist, musician, writer, community/arts cultural specialist, and arts administrator. The collection includes art catalogues, awards, day planners, photographs, slides, administrative files, meeting minutes, artwork, media, and other material.
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Archive/Manuscript
5.5 linear feet (3 boxes)
Materials consist of forty-five 22x30-inch lithographs and approximately 100 smaller 15x22-inch lithographs, etchings, paintings, watercolors, pastels and drawings. Also includes five sketchbooks.
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Archive/Manuscript
.5 linear foot (one manuscript box)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Includes material from the Mexican Museum of San Francisco, California, the San Francisco Art Institute, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; there are also miscellaneous exhibition catalogues, Chicano and Chicana publications, and a folder of correspondence and documents from El Concilio de Arte Popular, together with their publication, El Kaite, 1983-1984.
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10. Abrazo [1976 - ]

Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 22 cm.
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Archive/Manuscript
16 prints (2 map folders and 1 roll)
Original signed linocut prints by Emmanuel Montoya (10), Francisco Luna (2), and original signed serigraph prints by José Montoya (1) and Alfredo Zalce (3). Two by Emmanuel Montoya ("Homenaje a Lydia Mendoza" and "Trinidad Norteña") are housed on an oversize core-roll.
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Archive/Manuscript
5 serigraph prints (1 map folder)
Serigraphs by artists Enrique Chagoya, Ana Teresa Fernández, Rupert Garcia, Julio Cesar Morales, and Shizu Saldamando.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 linear foot (1 manuscript box, 1 print box)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
A range of Chicano publications, featuring primarily San Francisco Bay Area artists (including muralists), writers, musicians, political activists, etc. Included are exhibit catalogs of artists, and the anniversary issue of LOW RIDER ("projecting the positive image of Low Riding Culture"). Also of note are six issues of UNIVERSAL, a multicultural community service publication from Redwood City, California, 1975-1976.
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