Salvador Enrique Alvarez personal archive, 1950s-2015
- Physical description
- 54 linear feet
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- Alvarez, Salvador Enrique, 1940-2015, creator.
- ["Materials consist of Salvador E. Alvarez's papers related to his political activism and community involvement, including the United Farm Workers, the Hispanic Catholics of America, and the founding of the School of Social Work at San Jose State. The collection includes documents, reports, news clippings, research files, awards, reel and cassette recordings, and more."]
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- Cite as
- [identification of item], Salvador Enrique Alvarez personal archive (M2270). Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, California.
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- Gift; 2017. Accession MSS 2017-286.
- Deacon Salvador Enrique Alvarez, M.S.W. (1940-2015) co-founded the Chicano-focused Graduate School of Social Work at San Jose State.
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