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Archive/Manuscript
21 linear ft. (56 v. + 2 v. table of contents)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
The photocopies are grouped according to various subjects, the articles are also arranged chronologically, each with a cover-sheet summary of relevance to the case. Subjects covered include crime, jury selection, civil law suits, education, elections, appointments, employment, health, housing, socioeconomics, acquisition of California land grants, clubs, organizations, crime, cultural arts, events, religion, immigration, military, obituaries, accidents, etc.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 v. and 3 loose sheets.
Includes a list of deaths, prices of supplies, verses of songs, a recipe for "cleansing the teeth" (the only item in English), notes of departures for family members (to Sulphur Banks, Lake County; Guadalupe, Los Angeles, Idria, etc.), and on the last page of writing, an account of the trip from Tepic to Mazatlán to San Francisco to San Jose to Hacienda de Nueva Almaden. Many different hands and inks.
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Book
57 p. ; 23 cm
Argument in support of the Mexican claimants against the United States for depredations committed along the Texas border with Mexico, filed before a joint Mexican and American commission which was created under the auspices of a treaty of July 4, 1868. Includes citations to the relevant parts of past treaties between the two countries, and to international law.
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Book
437 p. ; 19 cm.
On a trip out West in the mid-1800s, a New England doctor saves a Mexican girl from the Indians and adopts her. She meets only hostility in his hometown, until it is discovered she is wealthy, when she becomes everyone's favorite. A critique of opportunism and hypocrisy by a Mexican writer, wife of a U. S. Army officer and author of The Squatter and the Don. The novel is a reprint of the 1872 original.
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Archive/Manuscript
2 linear ft.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
The study of a legal case involving public school discrimination in the Orange County town of El Modena. The case, Mendez v. Westminster, traveled from then rural Orange County, all the way to the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, where the court held that Mexican Americans could not be discriminated against on the basis of national origin. Arriola did a case study of Mexican school segregation in Orange County, in particular in El Modena, and legal analysis of the issues surrounding the Mendez case. Included are interviews, historical material, clippings, case abstracts, finished papers, etc.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 notebook and 3 loose sheets.
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Journal/Periodical
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Green Library, Special Collections
Journal/Periodical
v. ; 49 cm.
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9. Photographs, 1900-1972 and nd. [1900 ... 1972]

Archive/Manuscript
7 items
Includes photostatic pictures of Ernesto Galarza's mother, Henrietta Galarza, ca. 1900, sisters Nora and Henrietta and younger brother, ca. 1905, and pictures as an adult in 1959, 1965, and 1972.
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Archive/Manuscript
60 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Collection includes minutes of faculty meetings (1905-1948), administrative files, budget and financial records, grant files, technical reports, correspondence, and other materials. Some of the files are from the period when Walter Meyerhoff was chair of the department but other chairmen are also represented in the records. Also of note are files pertaining to the recruitment of minority students and women students and files on the Mexican-American Program: Stanford Summer Program of Mexican-American High School Students (mid-1960s).
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Archive/Manuscript
3.5 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
The correspondence documents Moreno's efforts to develop feature-length animation in the Mexican film industry at the height of its Golden Age. It gives insight into the role of Mexicans and Mexican Americans who worked in Hollywood during the 1920s and 1930s. There are numerous sketches and artwork, some photographs, some film footage, film strips, and home movies (all the film material has been restored).
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Archive/Manuscript
62 prints and 62 negatives.
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13. Fred Ross papers, 1920-2003 [1920 - 2003]

Archive/Manuscript
25 linear feet (48 boxes, 1 map folder)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, subject files, press clippings, drafts, unpublished writing, photographs, and audiotapes.
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Archive/Manuscript
2.5 linear ft. (5 manuscript boxes, 66 v.)
MA and Ph.D. theses from a variety of universities and colleges that focus on the education of Mexican American students. These are valuable sources for examining how educators viewed Mexican students during the period, 1921 - 1977.
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Archive/Manuscript
9 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Personal and professional papers consisting of correspondence, speeches, minutes, leaflets, newsclippings, photographs, and reports relating to the Governor's Advisory Council to the Department of Employment, political campaigns, KMEX television station, the Mexican American Political Association, and the Manpower Opportunities Project.
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Archive/Manuscript
.5 linear foot
Included are approximately 100 letters, some from family members in Mexico including about 20 from Luis Muñoz Cienfuegos, 1931-1946. About 60 letters are from Adolfo Muñoz, 1943-1945. About 30 others include some to the daughter, Frances, and some to Mary Muñoz. There are about 20 photographs, and a collection of other papers, including dues books from the Amalgamated Clothing Workers and also the Journeyman Tailors Union, mortgage papers, pay statements, court letters, etc.
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17. Manuel Ruiz papers, 1931-1995 [1931 - 1995]

Archive/Manuscript
16.45 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, articles, notes, statements, newsclippings, financial records, and photographs. The papers document Ruiz's participation in Cultura Panamericana, Inc. and the Coordinating Committee for Latin American Youth during the 1940s, and the Mexican American Political Association and War on Poverty, Inc. during the 1960s. Also included are subject files on civil rights, Mexican Americans and education, police-community relations, and administration of justice.
Accession 2005-120. Box 1: Manuscripts and research for Ruiz's books MEXICAN-AMERICAN LEGAL HERITAGE OF THE SOUTHWEST, vol. 1 (published), and vol. 2 (unpublished). Box 2: Subject files on the Amparo process, 1961-1967; Howard A. Glickstein, 1969-1970; MAPA & Bert Corona, 1967; and Francisco Sepulveda, 1917-1969. In addition there are Ruiz's unpublished typescripts and speeches, 1974-1978; biographical papers; reports and press releases, 1966-1978; undated notes; undated photographs of various government officials and the Delano strike; publications by Ruiz, 1932-1940; clippings, 1967-1973; and typescripts and publications by others.
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18. Libro de Registros, 1934-1942 [1934 - 1942]

Archive/Manuscript
1 v.(148 p.)
Includes a listing of the original members, together with addresses, phone numbers, professions, and civil status. Later entries, from 1937 to 1942, are records of amounts deposited by individuals.
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Archive/Manuscript
8.5 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Materials pertaining to Mexican American education including articles and books by Castañeda, student papers, teaching materials from the Bay Area Bilingual Education League, grant applications from public schools and colleges for bilingual programs under Title VII, ESEA, and secondary sources used by Castãneda in his courses.
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Archive/Manuscript
48 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence, reports, minutes, legal documents, notes, newsletters, press releases, newsclippings, statistical information, questionnaires and photographs documenting Galarza's career as a labor organizer, scholar, Research Director in the National Agricultural Workers Union (1947-1960), and nationally prominent Mexican American activist.
Accession 1997-127 is five boxes of microfilm reels. Box 1, reels 1-48 master negatives; box 2, reels 49-80 master negatives; box 3, reels 1-48 positives; box 4, reels 49-80 positives; box 5, extra diazo copies of some reels.
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