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Descriptive Summary

Administrative History of LULAC

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Paul Andow Collection, 1963-1964

Joseph Benites Collection, 1973-1975

Ruben Bonilla Collection, 1973-1984

Tony Bonilla Collection

William D. Bonilla Collection, 1942-1980

José Garcia de Lara Papers

William Flores Collection, 1934-1975

Ben Garza Collection, 1926-1930

Modesto Gómez Collection, 1945-1974

Manuel C. Gonzalez Collection, 1919-1979

José Maldonado Collection, 1947-1948

Edward Morga Collection, 1971-1986

Mario Obledo Collection

Roberto Ornelas Collection

Benjamin Osuna Collection, 1937-1976

Belén Robles Papers, 1994-1998

The Benson Latin American Collection

Guide to Collections in the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Archives

Part 1: LULAC Presidential Papers Project



Descriptive Summary

Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Title: Part 1: LULAC Presidential Papers Project
Dates: 1929-circa 2001
Abstract: The Benson Latin American Collection is the official archival respository for the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Established in 1980, the Presidential Papers Project seeks to preserve and provide access to the records of all past LULAC National Presidents.
OCLC Record No.: 23171030
Extent: 200+ linear feet
Language: English and Spanish
Repository: Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Administrative History of LULAC

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is one of the oldest, largest, and most influential organizations representing the voice of Hispanics in the United States. LULAC was formed in 1929 in Corpus Christi, Texas, by the merger of three Mexican American civic organizations: the Corpus Christi chapter of the Order Sons of America, the Order Knights of America of San Antonio, and the League of Latin American Citizens of South Texas. LULAC has worked consistently and effectively in advocating equal opportunity for Hispanics in government, law, education, and business.

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Scope and Contents Note

The official records of past National Presidents of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), 1929-present, include correspondence, publications, administrative documents, financial documents, subject files, photographs, and personal papers. The Archive is organized by President, listed in alphabetical order. Chronological access is also provided through the Arrangment note below.

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Arrangement

The various collections in the LULAC Archives are described here in chronological order. Links are provided to Presidents whose collections are held at the Benson Latin American Collection.
LULAC National Presidents:
  • Alonso S. Perales, 1930-1931
  • Mauro M. Machado, 1933-1934
  • Emilio Lozano, 1934-1935
  • James Tafolla, Jr., 1935-1936
  • Frank J. Galván, Jr., 1936-1937
  • Ramón Longoria, 1937-1938
  • Filemón Martínez, 1938-1939
  • Antonio M. Fernández, 1940-1941
  • Arnulfo Zamora, 1945-1947
  • Raoul A. Cortéz, 1948-1950
  • George J. Garza, 1950-1952
  • John J. Herrera, 1952-1953
  • Albert Armendáriz, 1953-1954
  • Frank Pinedo, 1954-1955
  • Oscar Laurel, 1955-1956
  • Félix Tijerina, 1956-1960
  • Héctor Godínez, 1960-1961
  • Frank Valdés, 1961-1963
  • Alfred J. Hernández, 1965-1967
  • Alfred J. Hernández, 1969-1970
  • Paul Garza, Jr., 1970-1971
  • Pete V. Villa, 1971-1973
  • Manuel Gonzáles, 1975-1977
  • Eduardo Peña, Jr., 1978-1979
  • Oscar Morán, 1985-1988
  • José Vélez, 1990-1994
  • Enrique Dovalina, 1998-
  • Hector M. Flores, 2002-
Other LULAC collections can be found in Guide to Collections in the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Archive Part 2: General Collections

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

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Index Terms

The LULAC Archives are classified under the following Author and Subject Headings in the University of Texas library catalog:
League of United Latin American Citizens.
American G.I. Forum.
Hispanics Organized for Political Education.
LULAC National Education Service Centers.
Order Knights of America.
Order Sons of America.
SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc.
LULAC Foundation.
Discrimination in education--United States.
Discrimination in employment--United States.
Mexican Americans--Civil rights.
Mexican Americans--Economic conditions.
Mexican Americans--Education.
Mexican Americans--Employment.
Mexican Americans--Politics and government.
Acosta, Lucy.
Adame, David.
Andow, Paul.
Banales, J. Xavier.
Benites, Joseph.
Bonilla, Ruben.
Bonilla, Tony.
Bonilla, William D.
Flores, William.
Garza, Ben.
Gonzales, Manuel C.
Guajardo, Pitin.
Martinez, Sally.
Morga, Edward.
Obledo, Mario.
Rodriguez, Jake.
Romo, Mike.
Weeks, Oliver Douglas, 1896-.
Wilmot, Louis.

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Related Material

Volumes of LULAC News are available and cataloged online in UTNetCat. The General Collections of the LULAC Archives are also available.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: [Individual Collection Title], LULAC Archives, Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Additions

Additional material is expected.

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Box and Folder Inventory

Paul Andow Collection, 1963-1964

Andow was National President of LULAC from 1963-1964.
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1 LULAC Administration — National
Meetings and Conventions
1 National staff meetings
2 Supreme Council meetings
3 National Convention held in Anaheim, 1963
4 National Convention held in Corpus Christi, 1964
5 Constitutional revisions
6 Forms - examples
7 General correspondence
8 Housing projects
9 Insurance program
10 Junior LULAC kit
11 LULAC National Home
12 Membership expansion kit
13 Membership records - Keypunch card prototype
14 Supplies disbursed
LULAC Administration — States
15 Arizona
16 California
17 Illinois
18 Minnesota
19 New Mexico
Texas
20 State Director
21 Beaumont Council 235
22 Ennis Council 200
Subject Files
23 Chamizal boundary dispute settlement
24 Civil rights
25 Detention of aliens in El Paso
26 Education
27 Latinos con Goldwater
28 Poverty program

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Joseph Benites Collection, 1973-1975

Benites was National President for 1973-1974 and 1974-1975.
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1 Correspondence — LULAC National Office, 1973-1974
1 Rebecca Benites, Administrative Assistant for Women's Affairs
2 Fidel Davila, Executive Director
Richard Silva, National Vice President for Youth:
3 July-December 1973
4 January-April 1974
5 May-June 1974
6 Assorted Staff Members
LULAC Administration — National 1973-1974
7 National Supreme Council meetings
8 National Youth Convention held in El Paso, 1974
9 Inventory
10 Phone log
11 Personnel policies and procedures
Personnel files:
12 Elisa de la Vara
13 Joel Garcia
14 Ann Howard
15 Salvador Rivera
16 Richard Silva
17 Alfredo Vasquez
Financial
18 Unaudited financial statements
Expense vouchers
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2 1 1974 National Convention
2 Arizona Bank Travel Service
3 Aztec Screen Printing
4 Barrio Youth
5 Miguel Calderon
6 Donald Cook and Associates
7 Computer Graphics
8 Edwards Oldsmobile
9 IBM Corporation
10 Kelly Office Supply
11 Lodging
12 Luce Press Clippings
13 Mountain Bell Telephone
14 Charles Newland
15 Outside services
16 PBSW Office and School Products
17 PTI Sales
18 Petty Cash
19 Photographic Illustrators
20 R.L. Polk and Company
21 Publisher's Press
22 Rhodes Travel
23 Subia Graphics
24 Title Insurance Company of Minnesota
25 Town and Country Travel
26 Walkin and Company
27 Western Union
28 Wist Office Supply
29 Xerox
30 Assorted printing
31 Miscellaneous expenses
Resources Development Fund vouchers:
31 Bank loans
32 Bank statements
33 Communication [no folder?]
34 Computer
35 Consultant services
36 Equipment and furniture
37 Printing
38 Rent
39 Miscellaneous Expenses
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3 Travel vouchers
1 Cecilia Benites
2 Joseph Benites
3 Rebecca Benites
4 Mike Beshaw
5 William Bonilla
6 Michelle Carrillo
7 D. Chapa
8 Larry Chaves
9 Curlee and Bela
10 Fidel Davila
11 Chris Díaz
12 S. Dishin
13 Leo Dominguez
14 M. Espinosa
15 Frank Galaz
16 Joel García
17 Celestino George
18 Hector Godínez
19 Dan González
20 Manuel Gonzalez
21 Martha Grundy
22 Walter Hass
23 Mario Hernandez
24 Rudy Hernandez
25 Robert Huber
26 José Hurtado
27 Roberta Ibarra
28 Paul Lattin
29 Marie Lima
30 Ed Lucero
31 Roy Madrid
32 J. Martinez
33 C. Melo
34 Vern Micheud
35 Rogelio Nieves
36 Fred Ochoa
37 Roberto Ornelas
38 Hortensia Ortiz
39 Rebecca Ortiz
40 Gloria Perez
41 Sal Rivera
42 G. Roberts
43 Ralph Romero
44 Richard Silva
45 Jim Singleton
46 Dave Talbot
47 Rosa Torralba
48 Richard Trujillo
49 Ed Valenzuela
50 Alfredo Vasquez
51 Pete Villa
52 Tom Waklin
53 L. Yznael
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4 LULAC News
1 Correspondence
2 Bank statements
LULAC-Sponsored Organizations 1973-1974
LULAC Abrazar
3 Correspondence
Progress Reports:
4 December 20, 1973 - January 20, 1974
5 December 20, 1973 - April 30, 1974
6 Agreement with Michael Beshaw, consultant
7 Camera rental agreement
8 Quarterly financial report, April 1974
Banco de las Americas account 1-03212-7
9 Monthly statements
10 Cancelled checks
Banco de las Americas account 1-03251-4
11 Monthly statements
12 Cancelled checks
13 LULAC Insurance Agency
LULAC National Education Service Centers (LNESS):
14 General Correspondence
15 Board of Directors meetings
16 Statistical Report No. 1
17 Bank correspondence
Bank statements:
18 Banco de las Americas
19 Valley National Bank of Arizona
20 Expense vouchers
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5 LULAC Programs on Aging
1 Articles of Incorporation
2 Policies and Procedures for the Board of Directors
NIH grant:
3 Correspondence
4 Proposal expenses
5 Bank deposits
6 Bank statements
Expense vouchers:
7 Consultants
8 Maintenance service
9 Office supplies
10 Petty cash
11 Postage
12 Printing
13 Rent
14 Telephone
15 Miscellaneous
Personnel:
16 W-2 forms
17 Fidel Davila
18 Elisa de la Vara
19 Paula Hall
20 Ann Howard
21 Sal Rivera
22 Conni Westover
Subject Files 1973-1974
23 Joseph Coors - Nomination to the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
24 NASA Minority Business Enterprise Program
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6 Correspondence 1974-1975
Incoming
1 July-September 1974
2 October-November 1974
3 December 1974
4 January 1975
5 February 1975
6 March 1975
7 April 1975
8 May 1975
9 June 1975
Outgoing
10 October-December 1974
11 January 1975
12 February 1975
13 March 1975
14 April 1975
15 May 1975
16 June 1975
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7 Correspondence — National LULAC Officers 1974-1975
Rebecca Benites - Liaison for Women's Affairs:
1 July-December 1974
2 January 1975
3 February-May 1975
Fidel Davila - Executive Director:
4 July-December 1974
5 January 1975
6 February-March 1975
7 Elisa de la Vara
8 Belia Enriquez
9 Gil Enriquez
10 Roberta Ibarra
Grant Proposals:
11 LULAC Corporate Marketing Research Project
12 Bechtel Corporation
13 Western Electric Company
Legal proceedings:
14 Correspondence with Val Cordova, attorney
15 E and J Travel Bureau vs. LULAC
16 John Hamilton and Associates vs. LULAC
17 Subia Graphics vs. LULAC
Personnel files:
18 Belia Enriquez
19 Sharon Formica
20 Juanita Muñoz
21 Lucy Soto
22 Staff Assignments
23 Telephone log
24 Time sheets
25 LULAC Week public relations kit
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8 Financial
1 Schedule of cash receipts and disbursements for the seven months ending January 31, 1975
2 Seven month projected budget
3 Income through June 1975
4 Checking accounts
5 Assorted invoices
Expense vouchers:
General:
6 July-December 1974
7 January 1975
8 February 1975
9 March 1975
10 April 1975
11 May 1975
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9 1 George Alan Jewelers
2 American Express
3 Arizona Bank Travel Services
4 Arizona Coffee Service
5 Larry Chaves
6 Computer Graphics
7 Val Cordova
8 Curlee and Bela
9 Kelley's Office Supply
10 Mountain Bell Telephone
11 Petty cash
12 U.S. Postal Service
13 Wist Office Supply
14 Xerox Corporation
LULAC Administration — National 1974-1975
Travel vouchers:
15 Joseph Benites
16 Fidel Davila
16 Belia Enriquez
17 Roberta Ibarra
18 Ed Lucero
19 Hortencia Ortiz
20 Richard Silva
21 Pete Villa
LULAC Administration — Arizona 1974-1975
22 State Director
23 District I
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10 LULAC News 1974-1975
Correspondence
1 Incoming
Outgoing:
2 August-September 1974
3 October 1974
4 November 1974
5 December 1974
6 1975
7 Financial Records
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11 LULAC-Sponsored Organizations 1974-1975
LULAC Abrazar
Correspondence
1 General correspondence
2 Pete Villa
3 Jess Vela
4 Bank statements
5 Consultant contract with Bob Huber Associates
Quarterly Progress Reports:
6 July 1974
7 December 1974
8 SER - Jobs for Progress
9 LNESC
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12 Subject Files 1974-1975
1 Civil Rights Act
Employment Discrimination:
2 Rudy Peña vs. Fort Bliss, U.S. Army
3 Defense Mapping Agency, San Antonio
4 IMAGE Skills Bank
5 Minority Business Assistance in Phoenix
6 National Institute of Education Study of Compensatory Education
7 Project 75
8 Rice legislation
9 Television programming
10 U.S. Marine Corps Affirmative Action Plan
11 Western New Mexico University Chicano Studies Program
Printed Materials 1974-1975
12 Kansas[?] LULAC Newsletter
13 LULAC History
14 Newsclipping
Photograph
15 Ada Peña
[8x10 black-and-white print]

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Ruben Bonilla Collection, 1973-1984

Divided chronologically into the variousoffices held by Bonilla, including: Corpus Christi Council 1 Vice President (1973-1974) and President (1974-1976), Texas Deputy State Director (1976-1977), Texas State Director (1977-1978 and 1978-1979), and General Counsel (1981-1984). Files from Bonilla's two terms as National President (1979-1980 and 1980-1981) are held at the Benson, but not yet described in this finding aid.
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1 Corpus Christi Council 1 Vice President, 1973-1974; and President, 1974-1976
Correspondence, 1973-1976
1 General Correspondence, 1973-1974
2 General Correspondence, 1974-1976
LULAC Administration — Texas, 1974-1976
3 List of Texas councils
State convention held in McAllen, 1976:
4 Agenda and minutes
5 Nomination of Ruben Bonilla as Council President of the Year and Council 1 as Council of the Year
6 District XI (Corpus Christi)
Councils:
7 Beeville Council
Corpus Christi Council 1:
8 Committees
9 Priorities and projects
10 "The LULAC Story" project
11 Quarterly membership reports
12 Port Lavaca Council
LULAC-Sponsored Organizations, 1974-1976
13 LULAC Capital Investment Corporation
LULAC Education Service Center:
14 Correspondence
15 Organization and description
16 Monthly Operation Report, September 1975
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2 LULAC-Sponsored Activities and Events, 1974-1976
Feria de las Flores, Corpus Christi
1 Vote tabulation for the 1974 Queen
2 Final accounting for 1975
LULAC Week
3 Proclamation by Mayor Jason Luby, 1974
4 Speech by Congressman Kika de la Garza, 1976
Subject Files, 1974-1976
5 Affirmative action
6 Coors Brewing Company
7 Corpus Christi boards and committees
8 Corpus Christi Neighborhood Council officers
9 Corpus Christi schools
10 Fluor Engineers - Employment discrimination
11 Immigration
12 Lewis Colstron, EEOC Commissioner
13 LULAC Plaza
14 Mexican American issues
15 U.S. Department of Justice - Press releases
Printed Materials, 1974-1976
16 Krebs, Doris, "Analysis of the political methods of LULAC"
17 Ponce, H.R., "A Study of Hope for the Mexican American in the Community of Corpus Christi"
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3 Deputy State Director, 1976-1977
Correspondence 1976-1977
1-6 Correspondence
LULAC Administration — National 1976-1977
7 Supreme Council meeting held October 8, 1976
8 List of State Directors
LULAC Administration — Texas 1976-1977
General
9 List of councils
10 List of District Directors
11 Supreme Council meeting held November 20, 1976
State Convention held in Lubbock, 1977:
12 Agenda and correspondence
13 Election results
Districts:
14 District V (Snyder)
15 District VIII (Houston)
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4 Councils:
1 Alice Council 13
2 Angleton Council 609
3 Austin Council 202
4 Austin Council 605
5 Beaumont Council 394
6 Bryan Council
Corpus Christi Council 1:
7 Correspondence
8 Invoices
Feria de las Flores, 1976
9 Correspondence
10 Contestants
11 Vote tabulation
Finances
12 Financial statements
13 Bank statements
14 Invoices and reciepts
Pagent program:
15 Correspondence
16 Legal action
17 Printer bids
18 Ticket sales
Menudo Bowl, 1977
19 Correspondence
20 LULAC Broncos roster
21 CCAD Cobras roster
22 Expenses
23 Pageant contestants
24 Program
25 Corpus Christi Council 26
26 Corpus Christi Council 689
27 Dallas Council 272
28 El Paso Council 132
29 El Paso Council 335
30 Eola Council 694
31 Ft. Bend Council 188
32 Houston Council 60
33 Houston Council 660
34 Houston Council 688
35 Houston Council 696
36 Levelland Council 641
37 Kingsville Council 24
38 McKinney Council 608
39 New Braunfels Council 155
40 Pearsall Council 312
41 Port Lavaca Council 671
42 Runnels County Council 658
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5 1 San Angelo Council 637
2 San Antonio Council 2
3 San Antonio Council 282
4 San Antonio Council 363
5 San Antonio Council 602
6 San Antonio Council 621
7 San Antonio Council 4303
8 San Marcos Council 654
9 Seguin Council 682
10 Snyder Council 629
11 Van Ormy Council
12 Victoria Council 626
13 Waco Council 273
14 Wharton Council 615
LULAC-Sponsored Organizations 1976-1977
LULAC Education Service Center
15 Correspondence
16 Goals
17 Grant proposal to CSA
18 Copier contract with Patterson's Inc.
LULAC Foundation
19 Tax exempt status
20 Coors Foundation grant
21 LULAC Housing
22 LULAC National Enterprise Development
23 LULAC National Scholarship Fund
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6 Subject Files 1976-1977
1 Alcohol Abuse/Alcoholism Plan
2 Aransas Pass public schools
3 Civil Rights Litigation Center
4 Corpus Christi Naval Air Station
Employment discrimination:
5 Celanese Corporation
6 Donna Independent School District
7 Texas Department of Public Safety
8 Union Carbide
9 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
10 U.S. Post Office in Harlingen, Texas
Gaona, Dr. Raul - Aleged Medicare fraud [removed to ?]
11 Hispanic Talent Search for the Carter Administration
12 Immigration
13 Low income housing
14 Martin County redistricting
15 NAACP vs. U.S. Attorney General - Russ civil rights case
16 National Congress of Hispanic American Citizens
17 Public broadcasting industry
Texas State Legislature
18 Senate districts
19 Proposed legislation
20 U.S. Department of Justice
Printed Materials 1976-1977
21 Muniz, Gilbert, "Mexican American Organization: A Political Process"
22 Newsclippings
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7 Texas State Director, 1977-1978
Correspondence 1977-1978
General
1 May 1977
2 June 1977
3 July 1977
4 August 1977
5 September 1977
6 October 1977
7 November 1977
8 ecember 1977
9 January 1978
10 February 1978
11 March 1978
12 April 1978
13 May 1978
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8 1 Memoranda
2 Press Releases
3 Fund raising
Correspondence — National Officers 1977-1978
4 Edward Morga, National President
5 Ray Doria, National Vice-President for the Southwest
6 Ray Gano, National Vice President for the Far West
7 Robert Perez, National Vice-President for Youth
8 Edward Franco, National Secretary
9 Mary Mandraes, National Treasurer
LULAC Administration - National 1977-1978
10 List of National Officers
National Executive Board of Directors:
11 Meeting held July 26, 1977
12 Meeting held August 19-20, 1977
13 Meeting held October 7-8, 1977
14 Meeting held March 17-18, 1978
15 National Convention held in Los Angeles, 1977
LULAC Administration — States 1977-1978
16 Arizona
17 California
18 Colorado
District of Columbia:
19 State Director
20 Washington, D.C. Council 11041
21 Iowa
LULAC Administration — Texas 1977-1978
22 Possible platforms
23 State Officers
Financial:
24 Treasurer's reports
25 Dues records
26 Correspondence to councils concerning dues status
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9 1 Commission on Rural Development
2 Committee on Correctional Rehabilitation
3 Task Force for the Administration of Justice
State Executive Council:
Meeting held July 29-30, 1977
4 Correspondence
5 Draft resolutions
6 Resolutions
Meeting held November 4-5, 1977
7 Correspondence
8 Notes
9 Resolutions
Meeting held March 4, 1978
10 Correspondence
11 Resolutions
State Convention held in Laredo, 1978:
Correspondence:
12 June 1977- February 1978
13 March - May 1978
14 Notes
15 Resolutions
16 Assorted notes
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10 Districts:
1 District I
2 District II
3 District III
4 District IV
5 District V
6 District VII
7 District VIII
8 District IX
9 District X
10 District XI
11 District XIII
12 District XIV
13 District XV
14 District XVII
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11 Local councils:
1 Abilene Council 605
2 Alice Council 13
3 Alvin Council 381
4 Anson Council
5 Austin Council 85
6 Austin Council 202
7 Austin Council 605
8 Austin Council 4315
9 Ballinger Council 644
10 Beaumont Council 235
11 Beaumont Council 337
12 Beaumont Council 394
13 Beaumont Council 645
14 Beeville Council 690
15 Beeville Council 4302
16 Beeville Council 4308
17 Boerne Council 4307
18 Brownsville Council 627
19 Bryan Council 229
20 Bryan Council 622
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12 1 Coleman Council 669
Corpus Christi Council 1:
2 Correspondence
3 Feria de las Flores
Menudo Bowl:
4 Correspondence
5 Bank statements
6 Participants
7 Program advertising
8 Corpus Christi Council 26
9 Corpus Christi Council 689
10 Dallas Council 272
11 Donna Council 676
12 Eden Council 691
13 El Paso Council 8
14 El Paso Council 9
15 El Paso Council 132
16 El Paso Council 335
17 El Paso Council 613
El Paso Council 664:
18 Correspondence
19 Impeachment of Maria Luisa Inocencio
20 Encinal Council 4309
21 Ennis Council 677
22 Eola Council 694
23 Fabens Council 680
24 Fort Bend Council 188
25 Freeport Council 636
26 Galveston Council 151
27 Galveston Council 639
28 Gonzalez Council 681
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13 1 Harlingen Council 632
2 Hondo Council 4311
3 Houston Council 60
4 Houston Council 402
5 Houston Council 660
6 Houston Council 673
7 Houston Council 688
8 Houston Council 4312
9 Kerrville Council 695
10 Kingsville Council 24
11 Kyle Council
12 Laredo Council 12
13 Laredo Council 618
14 Laredo Council 624
15 Laredo Council 686
16 Laredo Council 690
17 Levelland Council 641
18 Lockhart Council 684
19 Lubbock Council 263
20 Lubbock Council 281
21 Lufkin Council 4310
22 Luling Council 652
23 Marlin Council 607
24 McAllen Council 327
25 McAllen Council 346
26 McKinney Council 608
27 New Braunfels Council 155
28 Odessa Council 656
29 Ozona Council 643
30 Pearsall Council 312
31 Pecos Council 160
32 Pecos Council 670
33 Pharr-San Juan Cuncil 655
34 Plainview Council 651
35 Port Arthur Council 217
36 Port Arthur Council 228
37 Port Lavaca Council 671
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14 1 Rockport Council 625
2 Runnels County Council 658
3 San Angelo Council 637
4 San Antonio Council 2
5 San Antonio Council 187
6 San Antonio Council 282
7 San Antonio Council 363
8 San Antonio Council 403
9 San Antonio Council 602
10 San Antonio Council 616
11 San Antonio Council 633
12 San Antonio Council 648
13 San Antonio Council 649
14 San Antonio Council 663
15 San Antonio Council 692
16 San Antonio Council 4303
17 San Antonio Council 4313
18 San Antonio Council 4314
19 San Marcos Council 654
20 Seguin Council 682
21 Sinton Council 610
22 Snyder Council 629
23 Snyder Council 4316
24 Temple Council 642
25 Texs City Council 255
26 Uvalde Council 4318
27 Victoria Council 626
28 Waco Council 273
29 Weslaco Council 291
30 Wharton Council 615
31 Zapata Council 683
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15 LULAC-Sponsored Organizations 1977-1978
Hispanics Organized for Political Education (HOPE)
Correspondence
1 General correspondence
2 Steering Committee members
3 Press releases
4 Roster of Steering Committee members
5 Constitution and by-laws
6 Contributions
7 1978 Statewide Candidates
Voters Guide
8 Questionaire cover letter
9 Questionaire
Questionaire responses by candidates for Governor
10 Donald Beagle
11 Dolph Briscoe
12 Bill Clements
13 Mario Complan
14 John Hill
15 Sara Jean Johnson
16 Preston Smith
Questionaire responses by candidates for Attorney General
17 Agnes Chapa
18 Jim Baker
19 Price Daniel, Jr.
20 Mark White
Questionaire responses by candidates for U.S. Senate
21 Joe Christi
22 Luis Diaz de Leon
23 Miguel Pendas
24 John Tower
25 Expenses
26 Assorted notes
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16 1 LULAC Foundation
2 LULAC Housing
3 LULAC National Data Processing Center (LNDPC)
LULAC National Education Service Centers
Correspondence
4 June - October 1977
5 November - December 1977
6 January - May 1978
7 Nation Scholarship Fund
SER-Jobs for Progress
8 General correspondence
Bayview Job Corps Center
9 Correspondence
10 Evidence of support
11 Newsclippings
Project Amistad
12 Correspondence
13 Legal documents
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17 Subject Files 1977-1978
1 American G I Forum
2 Bilingual education
3 B. G. "Pappy" Bond (Houston Chief of Police)
4 Carter Administration
5 Chicano Legal Defense Fund
6 Civil Rights Improvement Act
7 Consumer Credit Protection Act
8 Consumer Loan Interest Rate Hike
9 Economic Development Administration - Local Public Works Program
10 Economic Opportunity Commission of Southeast Texas
11 Education
Employment discrimination
12 General correspondence and newsclippings
13 Juanita Landez vs. Kelly Air Force Base
14 Manuel del Llano vs. Brooks Air Force Base
15 Jos‚ Lopez vs. Aransas County Independent School District
16 Concha Palmares vs. General Telephone
17 Brasilio Rodriquez, Jr. vs. Dupont
18 Albertson's
19 Carswell Air Force Base
Kelly Air Force Base
20 Correspondence
21 Study of Kelly AFB Labor Relations
22 Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
23 Texas Employment Commission
24 U. S. Customs Service
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18 Gaona, Dr. Raul - Medicare Fraud Case
1 Committee of Citizens for Equal Justice petition
2 Complaint against Ruben Bonilla by Judge John Wood
3 Good Neighbor Commission of Texas
4 Govenor's Office of Migrant Affairs
5 Greater South Texas Cultural Basin Commission
6 Hayes, Frank - Trial
7 Higalgo County Prison proposal
8 IMAGE, Inc.
Immigration
9 Correspondence
10 LULAC position
11 Government printed materials
12 Journal articles
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19 1 Newsclippings
2 Notes
3 Laredo State University
Law Enforcement and Civil Rights
4 General correspondence and notes
5 Dumas, Texas
6 Espino, Gregorio (Kingsville)
7 Flores, Ventura (Brownsville)
8 Galaviz, Juan (Big Springs)
9 Garza, Carlos (Corpus Christi)
10 Lozano, Larry (Odessa)
11 Rodriquez, Abel (Marshall)
Santome, Tiburcio Griego (Big Springs)
12 Correspondence
13 Newsclippings and notes
14 Torres, Joe Campos (Houston)
15 Vasquez, Danny (El Paso)
16 Zuniga, Juan Veloz (El Paso)
17 Mexico
18 Peoples Forum, 1978
19 Police
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20 1 Political Action Committees
Political campaigns
2 Texas Attorney General
3 Texas Supreme Court
4 U. S. Senate
5 Port Arthur - Single member districts
6 Redistricting in Texas counties
7 Redlining
8 Resource Center for Science and Engineering
9 San Marcos School Board
10 School financing in Texas
11 Sunbelt states
Texas A & I University
12 Correspondence
13 Newsclippings and notes
14 Petition for the appointment of Dr. Jos‚ Reyna as Vice President
15 Texas Chicano Coalition on Mass Media
16 Texas Conference on Libraries and Information Services
17 Texas Election Code Revision Commission
box folder
21 1 Texas grand juries
2 Texas legislature
3 Texas poverty tracts
4 Texas prisons
5 Texas state finances
6 Unemployment
7 U. S. Department of Agriculture - Affirmative Action Plan
U. S. Department of Justice
8 Press releases
9 Speeches, 1977
10 Speeches, 1978
11 Voting rights
12 York, Dr. Thomas - Grievence against
Speeches, Trips, and Meetings 1977-1978
13 Travels of the State Director
14 Texas A & M University (August 29, 1977)
15 University of Texas at Austin (November 11, 1977)
16 University of Texas Law School (November 19, 1977)
17 Young Hispanic Leaders Seminar in Washington, D.C. (January 16-17, 1978)
18 Carleton College (May 7, 1978)
19 National Foreign Policy Conference for Young Political Leaders in Washington, D.C. (May 11-12, 1978)
Printed Materials 1977-1978
20 "Critical issues before the Americas" by Alejandro Orfila
21 Newsclippings about LULAC
22 Assorted newsclippings
box
22 Texas State Director, 1978-1979
Correspondence, 1978-1979
General
1 June 1978
2 July 1978
3 August 1978
4 September 1978
5 October 1978
6 November 1978
7 December 1978
8 January 1979
9 February 1979
10 March 1979
11 April 1979
12 May 1979
13 June 1979
14 Memoranda
15 Press Releases
box
23 LULAC Administration — National, 1978-1979
1 National President
2 National Vice President for Youth
3 National Director of Women's Affairs
4 National Treasurer
5 List of National Officers
6 National Executive Board
National Convention held in Las Vegas, 1978
7 Correspondence
8 Resolutions
LULAC Administration — States, 1978-1979
9 Arizona
10 California
11 Colorado
12 Minnesota
13 New Mexico
14 South Carolina
15 Virginia
16 Washington
17 Wyoming
LULAC Administration — Texas, 1978-1979
18 Deputy State Director
19 Texas State Director for Youth
20 Coordinator of Women's Activities
21 Director of Prison Rehabilitation
22 List of State Officials
box
24 Texas Executive Board
1 Meeting held July 22, 1978
Meeting held November 4, 1978
2 Correspondence
3 Agenda and notes
4 Resolutions
5 Meeting held February 17, 1978
6 State Education Committee
State Convention held in El Paso, 1978
7 Correspondence
8 Agenda and notes
9 Resolutions
10 Newsclippings
Financial
11 Dues
12 Receipts
box
25 Districts
1 Mailing lists
2 District I (Lubbock)
3 District II (Seguin)
4 District III (Dallas)
5 District IV (El Paso)
District V (Abilene)
6 Correspondence
7 Convention
8 District VII (Austin)
9 District VIII (Houston)
10 District IX (Beaumont)
11 District X (Victoria)
12 District XI (Corpus Christi)
13 District XIII (Brownsville)
14 District XIV (Laredo)
15 District XV (San Antonio)
16 District XVI (Uvalde)
17 District XVII (Waco)
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26 Individual councils
1 List of Council Presidents
2 Abiline Youth Council
3 Alice Council
4 Alvin Council 381
5 Austin Council 85
6 Austin Council 650
7 Austin Council 4315
8 Austin Council 4328
9 Ballinger Council 644
10 Beaumont Council 235
11 Beaumont Council 394
12 Beaumont Council 645
13 Boerne Council 4307
14 Bryan Council 229
15 Bryan Council 625
16 Central Unit
17 Coleman Council
Corpus Christi Council 1
18 Correspondence
19 Scholarships
20 Corpus Christi Council 26
21 Corpus Christi Youth Council 204
22 Dallas Council 272
23 D'Hanis Council 106
24 El Paso Council 9
25 El Paso Council 132
26 El Paso Eastside Council
27 Eola Council 694
28 Freeport Council 636
29 Galveston Council 151
30 Gregory-Portland Council
31 Hale Center Council 4324
32 Harlingen Council 632
33 Hondo Council 4311
34 Houston Council 60
35 Houston Council 402
36 Houston Council 643
37 Houston Council 660
38 Houston Council 688
39 Kerrville Council 695
40 Kingsville Council 24
41 Laredo Council 12
42 Laredo Council 624
43 Laredo Council 681
44 Lockhart Council 281
45 Luling Council 652
box folder
27 1 Marlin Council 607
2 McAllen Council 346
3 McKinney Council 608
4 Odessa Council 4330
5 Ozona Council 643
6 Pearsall Council 312
7 Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Council 655
8 Plainview Council
9 Port Arthur Council 217
10 Port Arthur Council 228
11 Port Lavaca Council 671
12 Robstown Council
13 Runnels County Council 710
14 Sabinal Council 4323
15 San Angelo Council 637
16 San Antonio Council 2
17 San Antonio Council 187
18 San Antonio Council 282
19 San Antonio Council 403
20 San Antonio Council 602
21 San Antonio Council 633
22 San Antonio Council 692
23 San Antonio Council 4313
24 San Antonio Council 4314
25 San Antonio Council 4322
26 Seguin Council 682
27 Snyder Council 629
28 Snyder Council 4316
29 Somerset Council 30
30 Temple Council 642
31 Texas City 255
32 Uvalde Council
33 Uvalde Council 4328
34 Victoria Council 626
35 Victoria Council 4319
36 Waco Council 273
box
28 LULAC-Sponsored Organizations, 1978-1979
Hispanics Organized for Political Education (HOPE)
1 Correspondence
2 Finances
3 LULAC Foundation
LULAC Housing
4 Correspondence
5 Fiancial statement
LULAC National Education Service Centers
6 Correspondence
Board meetings
7 Meeting held June 22-23, 1978
8 Meeting held October 5, 1978
9 Meeting held February 16, 1979
10 Financial reports
11 Scholarships
SER-Jobs for Progress
12 Correspondence
13 Directory
Board of Directors
14 Meeting held April 19-20, 1979
15 Meeting held May 18, 1979
16 Lake County, Indiana
box
29 LULAC-Sponsored Activities 1978-1979
1 Bakke Conference held in San Antonio on July 27, 1978
Golden Anniverary book
2 Correspondence
3 Letters to be published
Advertising
4 Copy
5 Contracts
6 Statements
7 Receipts
LULAC Week
8 Correspondence
9 Committee
10 Schedule of events
11 Luncheon
12 Reception
Symposium
13 Correspondence
14 Program planning
15 Vitea of participants
16 Notes
box
30 Siempre en Domingo
1 Correspondence
2 Auditorium contract
Financial records
3 Budget
4 Checks issued
5 Donations
6 Deposits
7 Escrow account
8 Expenses
9 Letters of payment
10 Assorted invoices and receipts
11 Hotel accomodations
12 House Concurrent Resolution 56
13 Invitation list
14 Possible performers
15 Program advertising
16 Taping contract
17 Tickets
18 Transportation
19 Visas
20 Notes
21 Newsclippings
box
31 Subject Files 1978-1979
1 American G.I. Forum
2 Austin boat races
3 Bakke decision
4 Big Brother/Big Sisters
5 Bilingual education
Bonilla, Julie
6 California's Proposition 13
Carter Administration
7 Report on Presidential Town Meetinhs conducted during National Hispanic Heritage Week
8 Newsclippings
9 Census of 1980
Clements, William (Govenor of Texas)
10 Appointments
11 Meeting held April 6, 1979
12 Newsclippings
13 CETA
Committee Opposed to Reducion of Programs, Services and Employment
14 Correspondence
15 Financial records
16 Community Action Agency
17 Community United for Responsible Family Life Education
18 Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce
Corpus Christi Independent School District
19 Directory
20 Suit challenging at-large elections
21 County Civil Service System
22 Denton, Pane
23 Education of alien children
24 Elizondo, Edward
box
32 Employment discrimination
1 Angelo State University
2 Ferdin, Miguel vs. Kelley Air Force Base
3 Garcia, José vs. U.S. Customs Service
4 Killian, Clarence vs. U.S. Department of Labor
Muñoz, Manual vs. Kelly Air Force Base
5 1978
6 1979
7 1980
8 Newsclippings
9 State of Texas
10 Texas A and I University
11 Texas Employment Commission
12 U.S. Department of Energy
13 Victoria Independent School District
14 Newsclippings
box
33 Farmworkers
1 Bracero Program
2 Governor's Task Force on the Undocumented Worker
3 National Association of Farmworker Organizations
4 Texas Farm Workers Union
5 United Farm Workers of America
6 Printed materials
7 Gamez, Randy
Gomez, Oscar
8 Governor's Office of Migrant Affairs
9 Good Neighbor Commission
10 Higher education
11 Hispanic lawyers
Immigration
12 Correspondence
13 U.S. Department of Justice Press Releases
14 Printed materials
15 Newsclippings
17 Job Corps
18 Krueger, Bob - Senate campaign
19 Ku Klux Klan
20 Latin America
21 Letters of recommendation
box
34 Law Enforcement and Civil Rights
1 Correspondence
2 Martinez, Paul (Perrytown)
3 Martinez Gallegos, Jesus (Waco)
4 Olvera, Mike (Abilene)
5 Rosales, Tim (Hale County)
6 Torres, José Campos (Houston)
7 Wichita, Kansas
8 List of deaths in Texas
9 Summary of civil rights investigations by the Texas Attorney General's Office of incidents resulting in death, 1978
10 Committee on Professional Standards of Local Law Enforcement Officers
11 Fort Worth Conference on Law Enforcement and Community Relations Steering Committee on Texas Law Enforcement and Community Relations
Correspondence
12 1978
13 1979
14 Budget
Symposium held in San Antonio
15 Agenda and registration
16 Program
17 Recommendations
18 Newsclippings
19 Notes
box folder
35 1 Texas Police Association
U.S. Department of Justice meeting in Dallas
2 Correspondence
3 Newsclippings
Printed materials
4 Journal articles
Newsclippings
5 Incidents involving death
6 Assorted
7 Lopez, Juan
8 MALDEF
9 Media
10 Mexican American voting in the 1978 Texas Democratic Primary
11 Mexico
12 Mortgage interest rates
13 Muñiz, Ramsey
14 National Committee for Responsible Philanthropy
15 National Conference of Christians and Jews
16 National Council of La Raza
17 National Urban League
18 Perales, Alonzo
19 Plains Memorial Hospital
20 Public school finance
box
36 Redistricting
1 General
2 Abilene
3 Aransas County
4 Beeville
5 Brazos County
6 Calhoun County
7 Herford
8 Jim Wells County
9 Refugio County
10 Seguin
11 Terrel County
12 Regional Urban Design Assistance Team (R/UDAT)
13 Rural health care
14 South San Antonio Independent School District
15 Snyder Independent School District
16 Tax relief
17 Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
18 Texas Employment Commission
Texas Legislature
19 General correspondence
20 House of Representatives
21 Senate
22 List of bills
box
37 Legislation
1 Agricultre Labor Relations Act
2 Bilingual Education
3 Deceptive Trade Practices Act
4 Occupational Licensing
5 Official Oppression
6 Presidential Primary
7 Product Liability
8 Right to Communicate in Any Language
9 State Interpreter System
10 Texas Housing Finance Agency
11 Assorted bills
12 Texas Trial Lawyers legislature analysis
13 Clippings and notes
14 Texas State Manpower Services Council
15 Unemployment
U.S. Department of Justice
16 Civil rights cases
17 Newsclippings
18 Press releases
19 Speeches and addresses
box folder
38 1 U.S. House of Representatives
2 U.S. Senate
3 University of Texas at San Antonio
4 Veteran's hospital for Corpus Christi
5 Wilmot, Louis
Meetings, Speeches, and Trips, 1978-1979
6 Asherton, Texas (June 18, 1978)
7 Conferencia Pro-Registracion, Lubbock (July 15, 1978)
8 Corpus Christi Naval Station (September 11, 1978)
9 Red River Army Depot, Texarkana (September 13, 1978)
10 Goodfelloe Air Force Base, San Angelo (September 14, 1978)
11 Public Utilites Communications Association, El Paso
12 Texas Corrections Associations, Corpus Christi (Novenber 30, 1978)
13 Julia Soto Zozaya Testimonial Dinner, Phoenix (December 2, 1978)
14 Leadership Corpus Christi (December 12, 1978)
15 HEW Regional Educational Conference, Dallas (January 12, 1979)
16 Tejas Chicano Student Conference, Austin (February 24, 1979)
17 National Association of Broadcasters, Dallas (March 22, 1979)
18 National Conference on Women and the Law, San Antonio (March 29, 1979)
19 Meeting with Governor Clements (April 6, 1979)
20 Odessa, Texas (April 28, 1979)
Printed Materials, 1978-1979
21 LULAC history
Newsclippings
22 LULAC related
23 Assorted
box
39 General Council, 1981-1984
Correspondence, 1981-1984
General
1-18 July 1981 - December 1982
box folder
40 1-17 January 1983 - May 1984
box folder
41 1-3 Bonilla, Tony
4 Obledo, Mario
5 Correspondence Addressed to other individuals
6-7 Memoranda to National Board of Directors
8-10 Inter-office memoranda
box
42 LULAC Administration — National 1981-1984
1 Articles of Incorporation as amended Oct. 29, 1981
2 Budget for the Washington, D.C. office
3 Fund-raising projects
National Board of Directors
4 List of members 1982-83
5 Meeting held October 16-19, 1981
6 Meeting held March 3-5, 1982
7 Meeting held October 16, 1982
8 Meeting held March 19, 1983
9 National Convention held in Albuquerque, 1981
National Convention held in San Antonio, 1982
10 Correspondence
11 Agenda
12 Committees
13 Constitutional amendments
14 Planning notes
National Convention held in Detroit, 1983
15 Correspondence
16 Agenda
17 Press Releases
LULAC Administration — States, 1981-1984
18 Arizona
California
19 District XIII (Sacramento)
20 Colorado
Connecticut
21 New Haven Council 700
Texas
General
22 List of Texas councils, 1984
23 State Convention held in Galveston, 1983
24 State Convention held in Lubbock, 1984
box
43 Districts
1 I (Lubbock)
2 II (New Braunfels)
3 IV (El Paso)
4 V (Ballinger)
5 VII (Austin)
6 VIII (Houston)
7 XI (Corpus Christi)
8 XIII (Rio Grande Valley)
9 XV (San Antonio)
10 XVII (Waco)
Councils
Corpus Christi Council 1
11 Correspondence
12 Roster, 1982
13 Christmas Dance, 1982
14 Christmas Dance, 1983
15 Feria de las Flores, 1982
16 El Paso Council 335
17 Houston Council 402
18 Laredo Council 12
19 San Antonio Council 602
20 San Antonio Council 4391
21 San Antonio Council 4392
22 San Antonio Council 4393
23 San Antonio Council 4394
24 San Antonio Council 4395
25 San Antonio Council 4396
26 San Antonio Council 4397
27 San Antonio Council 4398
28 San Antonio Council 4399
29 San Antonio Council 4400
30 San Antonio Council 4402
31 San Antonio Council 4403
32 San Antonio Council 4404
33 San Antonio Council 4405
34 San Antonio Council 4406
35 Victoria Council 4319
36 Other Texas councils
37 Other states
box
44 LULAC-Sponsored Organizations, 1981-1984
1 Hispanics Organized for Political Education (HOPE)
LULAC Foundation
2 Correspondence
3 List of officers
4 By-Laws
Board of Directors
5 Meeting held October 15, 1981
6 Meeting held March 4, 1982
7 Meeting held January 8, 1983
8 Meeting held July 1, 1983
9 Meeting held October 1, 1983
10 Executive Director's Report, December 31, 1983
Finances
11 Budget, 1982
12 Annual auditor's report, December 31, 1982
13 Monthly financial reports
14 Fund-raising dinner held May 13, 1982
15 Grant proposals
16 Relocation of Foundation office
17 LULAC Housing
box
45 LULAC National Educational Service Center (LNESC)
1-3 Correspondence
Board of Directors
4 Meeting held March 17, 1983
5 Meeting held October 16, 1983
6 Job Search proposal
Selection of Director for the Corpus Christi Center
7 Correspondence and notes
8 Resumés of applicants
9 Tenth Anniversary Banquet, 1983
10 LULAC Scholarship Fund
SER - Jobs for Progress
11 Correspondence
12 Jobs for Progress Development Fund
LULAC-Sponsored Activities and Events 1981-1984
13 Adelante, Mujer Hispana
Hispanic Leaders Recognition Banquet, 1983
14 Correspondence
15 Notes
16 National Essay Contest, 1982
17 National Youth Leadership Conference, 1983
18 Sports Scholarship Luncheon, 1983
box
46 Subject Files, 1981-1984
1 Affirmative Action
2 AFL-CIO of Texas
3 American GI Forum
4 Bell, William - Nomination as Chairman of the EEOC
5 Big Springs Independent School District
6 Campaign financing
7 Central America
8 CETA
Champaign Refinery English-only rule
9 Correspondence
10 Newsclippings
11 Colegio Cesar Chavez
12 College financial aid
13 Committee for National Security
Corporate support
14 General correspondence
15 Anheuser-Busch
16 Coors
Corpus Christi
17 CPL electric utility rate hike
18 Dumphry, Jack (City Councilman) - Impeachment attempt
19 Single-member districts
20 Miscellaneous city issues
21 Corpus Christi Independent School District
22 Council on Hemispheric Affairs
Cuban Refugees
23 Correspondence and newsclippings
24 Relocation from Ft. Chaffee to South Texas
box folder
47 1 De la Madrid Hurtado, Miguel
2 The Economy
Education
3 Alien children education
4 Bilingual education
5 Migrant education
6 Minority opportunities in higher education
7 Tracking in Texas public schools
8 U.S. vs. Yonkers Board of Education
9 Newsclippings
Employment discrimination
10 Cirilo, Daniel vs. Texas Department of Corrections
11 Cook, Sharon vs. Waco Broadcasting Company
12 Kelly Air Force Base
13 Padilla, Gilbert vs. City of Salinas
14 Valdez, Rebecca vs. U.S. Army
15 Velez, Rocelia vs. Office of Personnel Management
16 Energy
box
48 Farmworkers
1 General information
2 Field sanitation standards
3 FLOC boycott of Campbell's and Libby's Texas Rural Legal Aid, Policy Advisory Committee
4 Correspondence
5 Texas State Plan for Farmworkers
6 Federation of Latin American Clubs (FLAC)
7 Gonzales, Arnold - Testimonial dinner
8 Gulf Oil and Standard Oil of California merger
9 Henson, Joshua - Child custody case
10 Hispanic Political Action Committee
11 Hispanics on television
12 Hope, Arkansas, Migrant Labor Center
Immigration
13 Correspondence
15 LULAC press releases
Position papers
16 LULAC
17 Other organizations
box folder
49 1 Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)
National Immigration and Refugee Network
2 Correspondence
3 Amicus curiae brief in Contreras de Avila vs. William French Smith
Legislation
4 Reagan Administration proposals
5 Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1982
6 Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1983
7 LULAC testimony before Senate Subcommittee
8 Department of Justice testimony
box
50 Governor's Task Force on Immigration (Texas)
1-2 Correspondence
3 Hearing procedure and schedule
4 Hearing in Lubbock April 29, 1983
5 Hearing in Tyler May 4, 1983
6 Hearing in El Paso May 6, 1983
7 Hearing in Brownsville May 13, 1983
8 Hearing in Dallas May 20, 1983
9 Hearing in San Antonio May 26, 1983
10 Hearing in San Antonio May 27, 1983
11 Written testimony
12 Newsclippings about the Task Force
box
51 Printed materials
1 Research papers and studies
2 Journal articles
3-4 Newsclippings
Immigration and Naturalization Service
5 Raids conducted in 1982
6 Alleged civil rights abuses in California, 1982-83
7 Infant formula
8 Justice for All
Law Enforcement and Civil Rights
9 Correspondence
10 Aldape Guerra, Ricardo
11 Dallas County sentencing
12 Highland Park, Texas
13 Newsclippings
14 Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF)
15 Minority business enterprises
16 National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
17 National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
18 Nelson, Alan - Nomination as Commissioner of INS
19 Nuclear Freeze movement
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52 Operation PUSH
1 Alliance with LULAC
2 Boycott of Anheuser-Busch
3 Pari-mutuel betting in Texas
4 Paras, George - Nomination to the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation
5 Perez, Luis - Nomination as Honorary Consul for Mexico
6 Presidential Classroom for Young Americans
7 Reader's Digest
Reaganomics
8 LULAC position
9 Effect on Texas
10 Newsclippings
Reapportionment
11 Colorado
Texas
12 Correspondence
13 Legislation, 1981
14 Newsclippings
Redistricting
15 Jim Wells County, Texas
16 Nueces County, Texas
17 Social Security
18 Saldaña, Guadalupe - Alleged Hatch Act violation
19 Sale of AWACS to Saudi Arabia
20 Southwest Center for Educational Television
21 Southwest Voter Education Project
box folder
53 1 Tax reform
Texas A & M University Target 2000 project
2 Meeting held October 8, 1981
3 Meeting held December 7, 1981
4 Reports
5 Texas Constitutional amendments
6 Texas Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped
7 Texas Legislature
Texas population studies
8 Hispanic population by county
9 Low-income persons by county
10 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
11 U.S. - Mexico relations
12 University of Texas Mexican American Centennial Action Committee
13 Vela, Hector - Rhodes Scholarship application
14 Victim's rights
15 Vietnam Veteran's Memorial
16 Vietnamese fishermen vs. Klu Klux Klan
Voting Rights Act Extenstion
18 Correspondence
19 Congressional testimony
20 Hispanics and the Voting Rights Act in Texas
21 Newsclippings
box
54 Speeches, Meetings, and Trips, 1981-1984
1 Corpus Christi Rotary Club, July 16, 1981
2 Baltimore speech, July 17, 1981
3 District X (Karnes City) meeting, July 19, 1981
4 Texas AFL-CIO convention, July 22, 1981
5 Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, September 14, 1981
6 Symposium/Tertulia Nacional, September 15, 1981
7 Police/Minority Community Consultation, August 13, 1981
8 Pharr Vocational School graduation, September 25, 1981
9 Crime Stoppers meeting in Austin, October 6, 1981
10 District 5 (Coleman) meeting, October 11, 1981
11 Boys Club of Corpus Christi, October 13, 1981
12 Dedication of Freedom Hall in Atlanta, January 15, 1982
13 Chicano Awareness Center in Omaha, January 28, 1982
14 Harlingen speech, February 15, 1982
15 Arizona Bilingual
16 Immigration and the Southwest, March 20, 1982
17 Seguin Council 4371 banquet, March 30, 1982
18 LULAC/Hope and Coalition Conference, April 12, 1982
19 West Texas Conference on Voter Education, August 7, 1982
20 Illinois Migrant Council, August 28, 1982
21 Corpus Christi Issues Council, October 22, 1982
22 District XVII (Waco) banquet, April 16, 1983
23 Immigration Symposium in Houston, July 9, 1983
24 Visit to Tucson Council 1046, July 16, 1983
25 Migrant Education Conference in Laredo, Nov. 10, 1983
26 Speech notes
Speeches by other individuals
27 Bonilla, Tony
28 Hobby, Bill, February 27, 1982
29 Morales, Adrian, April 29, 1982
30 Smith, J. Clay, September 12, 1981
31 unknown, "Hispanics in the 80's"
box
55 Printed Materials, 1981-1984
Research Papers
1 Rodríguez, Ralph M. "The non-existent Chicano Lobby"
2 Sullivan, Pamela. "La Raza's search for a political voice"
Newsclippings
3 Newsclippings about LULAC
4 Los Angeles Herald Examiner series, "Chicano power, the politics of promise," Jan/Feb 1982
5 Dallas Morning News series, "La Vida Americana, Hispanics in America," December 1983
6 Assorted newsclippings

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Tony Bonilla Collection

No guide is yet available for the Tony Bonilla collection. The collection is open to researchers; please visit the Benson for more information.

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William D. Bonilla Collection, 1942-1980

box
1 Correspondence, 1979-1980
1 General correspondence
2 LULAC National Office
3 Texas State Director
LULAC-Sponsored Organizations, 1979-1980
LULAC Foundation
Correspondence
4 1979
5 1980
6 Board of Directors meetings
7 Grant proposals
Financial reports
8 1979
9 1980
10 LULAC Housing
11 SER-Jobs for Progress
Printed Materials, 1979-1980
12 Newsclippings
box
2 Oversized Materials, 1942-1971
Scrapbook 1, newsclippings and memorabilia, 1942-71
Scrapbook 2, newsclippings and photographs, 1953-75
Scrapbook 3, newsclippings and photographs, 1953-58
Scrapbook 4, newsclippings and photographs, 1964-66

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José Garcia de Lara Papers

The guide for the José Garcia de Lara Papers can be found at http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utlac/00350/lac-00350.html

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William Flores Collection, 1934-1975

box
1 General Correspondence, 1934-1973
1 1934-1947
2 1954-1959
3 1960-1968
4 1973, N.d.
LULAC Administration — National
5 List of Past National Presidents, 1929-1967
6 Minutes and reports, 1944-1968
7 Supreme Council meetings, 1955, 1963, 1969, N.d.
8 Guides, pamphlets, and handouts
box folder
2 1 National conventions, 1955-1957, 1961, 1965-1967
National convention, 1962:
2 Correspondence
3 Agenda
4 Advertising
5 Miscellaneous
LULAC-Sponsored Organizations
National LULAC Home:
6 Correspondence 1961-1967
7 Investigation, 1964
8 Financial Reports, 1964-1965
9 LULAC Housing, 1963-1965
10 Little School of the 400, 1960
11 SER - Jobs for Progress, 1967
box
3 LULAC Administrations — Texas
1 Texas State Director, 1966-1967
2 Texas District II, 1967-1968
Texas District IV:
3 Correspondence
4 Bylaws, 1959
5 Bylaws, 1964-1967
6 Conventions
El Paso Council 8:
7 Correspondence
8 Bylaws
9 Committees
10 Financial reports
11 Alfred Vaques nomination to LULAC Hall of Fame
12 Legal documents
13 Minutes, 1941
14 Minutes, 1955, 1965, 1967
15 Past Presidents
16 Rosters
17 Miscellaneous
18 New Year's Eve Benefit Ball, 1966
El Paso 132:
19 Correspondence, 1942-1945, N.d.
20 Minutes, 1942-1946
21 Rosters
22 Miscellaneous
23 Fiesta de las Flores
24 El Paso 335
25 Assorted Councils
box
4 Miscellaneous
1 J.C. Machuca papers
2 Newsclippings, 1944-1968
3 Mexican-American Joint Conference Committee, 1967-1968
4 Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, 1967-1969
5 Assorted notes
6 Non-LULAC materials
Personal
7 Personal papers, 1940-1974
8 Transcript of interview, 1975

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Ben Garza Collection, 1926-1930

Garza was the first National President of LULAC, 1929-1930.
box folder
1 1 Album 1, Clippings
"Grupo de miembros del Concilio no. 4 de Corpus Christi, Texas" <photograph of the Sons of America>
"Ben Garza named head of Order Sons of America" (Dec. 30, 1926)
"Programa para celebrar el 2° aniversario del Concilio no. 4"
"Biografía del Sr. Ben Garza, Presidente del Concilio no. 4 de la Orden Hijos de América"
"Sons of America banquet was big patriotic event at Breakers Hotel Tuesday night"
Sons of Amrica give big dance" (Apr 26, 1927)
"Grandioso y artístico Arbol de Navidad"
"Agradecimiento" [mentions Gen Garza, President of the Sons of America]
"Sons of America elect officers"
"Several organizations of city to bring Christmas cheer to poor" (Dec 22, 1927)
"Se concede una solicitud en favow de lo [sic] niños"
"Acertado nombramiento" [Gen Garza designated organizer for the Comité Directivo de Pro Escuelas]
"Reglas que deberán seguirse en el Concurso de Simpatía"
[ben Garza honored at banquet in the Breakers Hotel]
"Plans to bring convention to city discussed"
"Committee raises convention total" [South Texas district of the State Teachers Association]
"Mexican children have day's picnic"
"Organization of Vasconcelos Club here is delayed"
"Newlyweds make home here in Corpus"
"Forma parte del Deparmeto [sic] Consultivo"
[Invitation to dance sponsored by the Order Sons of America]
"Former Mexican official [José Vasconcelos] to speak today at banquet"
[Invitation to dances sponsored by the Order Sons of America]
"La Sociedad de Corpus Christi prepara una entusiasta y cordial recepción al notable escritor y filósofo méxicano Lic. J. Vasconcelos" (Sept 1, 1928)
"Vasconcelos is honor guest at banquet here"
2 Album 2, Clippings
"La Orden Hijos de América da cuenta del resultado de la campaña para el árbol"
"Acordó el Club Gardenia posponer su baile de Carnaval"
[Invitation to the Baile de Carnaval sponsored by the Sons of America]
[Untitled clipping; "La campaña hecha para la formación de Arbol de Navidad ..."]
"Obtuvo buen éxito nuestra campaña"
"Campaña efectiva para la formación del Arbol de Navidad"
"Preparativos para el baile"
"Sons of America will have tree"
"Disculpa" [reference to illness of Ben Garza]
"Fiesta de la Orden Hijos de América" (Jan. 30, 1929)
"El Arbol de Navidad se levantará en el atrio de la Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón de Jes£s el 25 del actual"
"Fraternity in operation" [refers to Ben Garza as member of Sacred Heart Council no. 2710]
"Organizations of section to join together"
"Se invita a una convención de sociedades pro raza"
"La Liga de CC. Latinoamericanos organizará otra convención" (March 1, 1929)
"Three Mexican organizations to meet here"
"La Srita. Lucio, Reina de la Simpatía por el año de 1929, con su modestia que le caracteriza da las más expresivas gracias"
"Se ofrece una recompensa de $25.00"
[Agradecimiento de Club Gardenia]
[Agradecimiento de Micaela Lucio]
"Elecciones de la Orden Hijos de América"
"Ben Garza heads Sons of America"
"Aviso" [Sons of America announce elections for 1929]
"Latin-American meeting planned" [convention of May 8-19, 1929]
"United Latin-American Citizens convention opens here Saturday"
"Final details of convention are completed"
"Fueron numerosos los delegados que asistieron a la convención verificada en Corpus Christi, Tex."
"La gran convención de la U.L.A.C." (May 17, 1929)
"Ben Garza is elected President of Latin-American Citizens; 1930 convention in Laredo"
"Se celebrará el sábado y el domingo"
[(Invitation to dinner dance sponsored by the United Latin-American Citizens May 18, 1929]
"Latin-American organizations consolidated at meeting here" (Feb. 17, 1929)
"Federation of three groups is organized" (Feb 17, 1929)
"Fue un grandioso éxito la convención reunida en Corpus Christi" (May 18-19,1929)
"Importante convención de Mexico Americanos hubo en Corpus Christi" (Feb. 17, 1929)
"Atenta invitación" [formation of council in San Diego, Texas]
"United Latin Americans name officers" (May 18-19, 1929)
"Nuestra organización cuenta con un nuevo concilio en Robstown, Texas" (Apr. 12, 1929)
"League holds district meet"
"Latin-American Citizens Council will initiate 50" [Corpus Christi Council 1]
"Tres concilios más de la Liga de Ciudadanos Unidos Latinos Americanos en el curso de la presente semana" [new councils in Laredo, Uvalde, and San Diego, Texas]
[Announcement of letter from Prof. O. D. Weeks expressing interest in the United Latin American Citizens]
"Se organizará aquí un concilio" [Del Rio, Texas]
"Se trabaja activamente para obtener el mayor número posible de miembros en estos meses del año actual" [Del Rio, Texas]
"Importante fiesta celebrará el concilio local de la Liga Ciudadanos Unidos Latino Americanos"
"Este concilio ha tenido gran aceptación en esta ciudad de Del Rio"
"Convocatoria" [organization of a council at Uvalde, Texas on Aug. 4, 1929]
[Invitation to dance sponsored by Council 1 of Corpus Christi]
"El Paladín y la L.U.L.A.C." (Aug. 30, 1929)
"Resultó muy lucido el baile organizado por el Concilio no. 9 de Robstown"
"Un acuerdo que enorgullece a 'El Paladín'"
"Yucatan quartet to broadcast program tonight"
"String quartet will be on air"
"Yucatan stringed quartet will be on air tonight"
"El Dinner Dance de la Liga de Ciudadanos Latino-Americanos"
"Banquet held by League of Latin American Citizens"
"Tuvo otra junta importante la Liga de Ciudadanos Americanos de Origen Latino en Texas"
"Gran éxito constituyó la convonción que en McAllen, Texas llevó a cabo el domingo la L. of U.L.A.C."
"Los Latinos-Americanos honraron a 'El Paladín'" (Sept. 6, 1929)
"Nuestra actitud ante la historia" [establishment of LULAC]
"Por qué la juventud Mexicano-Americana debe pertenecer a la Liga de Ciudadanos Latino Americanos"
[Advertisement of radio speech to be given by Ben Garza in support of candidates for the upcoming election]
"Elogios al Lic. A. Perales por la labor desarrollada en pro de la raza mexicana"
"Objetos y fines de la United Latin American Citizens"
"Motivos de meditación, por C. N. Idar"
"Nuestra niñez, su educación, por el Prof. J. Luz Sáenz"
[Untitled clipping regarding the establishment of the Unión General de Trabajadores Mexicanos de los Estados Unidos de América]
[Letter to the editor of "La Verdad" from J. D. Autry of Falfurrias commending LULAC, Aug. 23, 1929]
"El idioma ingles, el idioma español"
"Fe en los hombres" [dedicated to Ben Garza, written by Mauro M. Machado]
"Para los que no conocen nuestra institución"
[Invitation to the Columbus Day program sponsored by the Falfurrias Council on Oct. 12, 1929]
"Importante tenida de la Liga de Ciudadanos Unidos Latino Americanos" (Nov. 1, 1929)
"Caridad cosmopolita" (Nov. 15, 1929)
"Latin-American Citizens to initiate 25 members" [Corpus Christi Council 1] (Oct. 29, 1929)
"Por el Club 'Alpha'" (Nov. 1, 1929)
"La Agrupación Filantrópica de Damas prepara un gran concierto"
"Latin-American Council program to be broadcast" (Dec. 12, 1929)
"League dinner dance tonight" (Dec. 1, 1929)
"Próximo concierto en la Junior High School" (Dec. 6, 1929)
[Portion of letter to newspaper by Ben Garza] (Dec. 1, 1929)
"Todo un éxito alcanzó el dinner dance de la Agrupación Filantrópica de Damas" (Dec. 6, 1929)
"$250.44 en fondo para el Arbol de Navidad" (Dec. 11, 1929)
"El Gran Concierto Literario-Musical de la Agrupación Filantrópica de Damas" (Dec. 14, 1929)
"Dinner is for Mexican party" (Dec. 16, 1929)
"El Arbol de Navidad" (Dec. 21, 1929)
"Qué debería hacerse para americanizar y formar ciudadanos útiles de la población hispano-americana de nuestros estados fronterizos"
"Por el Club Alpha"
"Ben Garza goes to Washington to aid in fight on immigration bills"
[Invitation to dinner dance sponsored by the Agrupación Filantrópica de Damas and la Liga de Ciudadanos Unidos Latino-Americanos on Dec. 5, 1929]
"Latin American League distributes presents" (Jan. 4, 1930)
"Homenaje a Valente Quintana" [with photo] (Dec. 21, 1929)
"Angelus de la tarde" (Dec. 6, 1929)
"A los miembros de la L.U.L.A.C." [letter by Alonso S. Perales from Washington, D.C.] (Dec. 28, 1929)
"El Arbol de Navidad para los niños de Corpus Christi" (Jan. 3, 1930)
"Christmas obsequiadas a los niños de Robstown, Tex." (Jan. 3, 1930)
"Se celebrará el primer aniversario de la LULAC" (Jan 3, 1930)
Photographs
3 Unidentified group, April 21, 1929
LULAC delegates at Corpus Christi, 19 May 1929
View the Photo!
Group at the Garza grave, N.d.
Group at the Garza grave, 1966

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Modesto Gómez Collection, 1945-1974

box
1 Records, 1945-1974
1 Correspondence and notes, 1945-51
2 Financial records, 1945
El Paso Council 132
3 Bulletins, meeting agendas, membership lists, 1945, 1950-51
4 Fiesta de las Flores programs, 1960-74
5 LULAC Shield decals

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Manuel C. Gonzalez Collection, 1919-1979

Gonzalez was second LULAC National President, 1931-1932
box folder
1 1 Clippings [photocopies]
"Un joven mexico-tejano que ha sabido triunfar honrado a su estado natal" (Aug. 7, 1919)
"Latin-Am. tee event starts"
"El día nueve del próximo mes presentrá su examen de leyes el señor Manuel C. Gonzáles" (May 20, 1924)
"Mexican voters stirred to support "better governmenters" by former interpreter at embassy" (July 18, 1924)
"El abogado Manuel C. Gonzáles alcanzó ya el merecido triunfo a que aspiraba" (Sept. 21, 1924)
"Defunción" (Jan. 18, 1929)
"M.C. Gonzales endorsed for state office" (June 6, 1930)
"Terminó la convención en Edinburg, fue electo presidente de la Liga de Ciudadanos Latinos Americanos el Licenciado Manuel Gonzáles" (May 6, 1931)
"El Lic. Manuel C. Gonzáles tuvo un merecido triunfo"
"Latins plan meet in S.A." (Nov. 9, 1931)
The Open Forum: "Deplores teaching of racial hatred" by A. Taxpayer, "Deeds, not race, measure of man" by Enrique D., "More defense for Mexicans" by Ricardo Golfin, "Americans slow to learn Spanish" by Justice, "Teachers willing to help with English" by Mrs. Gentile, "Mexican critics are answered" by John Gonzales
"San Antonio Lawyer given post" (June 21, 1934)
"Nuevo puesto al Lic. Manuel C. Gonzáles" (June 20, 1934)
"La segregación de los mexicanos" (June 25, 1935)
[Six ads announcing Gonzales' candidacy for the legislature] (June-July 1930)
"No se exproprián los bienes de mexicanos" (Jan. 1, 1939)
"Una mención honorífica al Lic. Gonzáles" (Apr. 4, 1939)
"Prominent San Antonio attorneys"
"Navy seeks more Texas enlistments" (Aug. 16, 1942)
"M.C. Gonzales made consul in Guatemala" (Aug. 20, 1943)
"Court upholds pool in ban on Latins" (Feb. 2, 1944)
"Merienda"
[Note on Gonzales' travels as legal advisor to the Mexican consulate]
"Regresó el Lic. Manuel C. Gonzáles a San Antonio"
"Family leaves to visit New York"
"Expropriarán las casas de los mexicanos que protestaron el jueves"
"San Felipe High School Seniors hear attorney talk on Good Neighbor Policy" (May 28, 1944)
"Shower for bride-elect" (Nov. 25, 1945)
"Amelia Ruth Gonzales wed to Lt. Marshall Wright"
"Jury call ruling made" (Sept. 22, 1947)
"M.C. Gonzales has memory full of strange ancedotes"
"Top of the News by Paul Thompson" [parking permits for the Mexican Consulate in San Antonio]
"Will Rogers Says" [shooting death of two Mexicans by an Oklahoma sheriff]
2 Assorted documents
Draft of questionnaire response
Draft of book preface
Index to segregatory incidents, 1941-42
"League of United Latin American Citizens" by Jesse Luna [1979?]
Photograph of Prof. Martinez' band at a Christmas Day celebration organized by the Order Knights of America in San Antonio, 1927

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José Maldonado Collection, 1947-1948

Maldonado was National President from 1947 to 1948.
box folder
1 1 Photographs, 1947-1948
National Convention held in Austin, 1947
[2 black and white prints]
Kingsville (Texas) LULAC members, 1948
[8x10 black and white print]
2 Personal Correspondence
3 18th National Assembly programs (Santa Fe, New Mexico), 1947 June

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Edward Morga Collection, 1971-1986

box
1 Correspondence, 1972-1979
1 National Treasurer, 1972
2 National President, 1977-1978
3 General correspondence, 1979
LULAC Administration — National, 1971-1974
4 Articles of Incorporation
National Supreme Council
5 Meeting held October 12, 1972
6 Meeting held March 24-25, 1973
National conventions
7 National convention held in Denver, 1971
8 National convention held in Beaumont, 1972
9 National convention held in Albuquerque, 1973
10 National convention held in El Paso, 1974
Finances
11 Integrated accounting systems
12 Accounting spread sheets
Treasurer's reports
13 Quarter ending September 30, 1971
14 Six months ending December 31, 1971
15 Eight months ending February 29, 1972
16 Signature card for bank account
17 Returned checks
18 Miscellaneous invoices and notes
LULAC Administration — States, 1974-1976
California
19 State Supreme Council meeting held March 15, 1975
20 State convention held in San Jose, 1976
21 State Treasurer's report May 18, 1974
Texas
22 District X (Victoria)
box
2 Subject Files, 1973-1975
1 FBI records concerning LULAC
Immigration:
2 A program for the effective and humane action on illegal Mexican immigrants, 1973
3 America's immigration dilema, with special reference to Mexico, 1975
4 Latino Learning Center vs. Texas District VIII
5 Need for a LULAC National Office in Washington, D.C.
6 Panama Canal Treaty
Printed Materials, 1929-1986
7 Weeks, Oliver Douglas "The League of United Latin American Citizens; a Texas-Mexican civic organization," 1929
8 Garza, Edward LULAC: The League of United Latin American Citizens, 1951
9 Fuquay, Marjory Jean The League of United Latin American Citizens and Education, 1970
10 LULAC History
11 McWilliams, Carey "North From Mexico", 1948
[photocopy of pages 227-304]
12 Gútierrez, José Angel "Chicanos and Mexicans under surveillance," 1986
13 LULAC campaign material
14 Newsclippings
Miscellaneous, 1978-1986
15 Political cartoons about LULAC by Gil Pompa, 1978
16 Caricature of Edward Morga, 1986
17 Commemorative stamps, 1983
Photographs, 1972, N.d.
18 National Convention held in Beaumont, 1972
(12 black and white prints)
19 Assorted
(16 prints)
Memorabilia, 1976
20 Convention name tags
Oversize Pennant from the National Convention held in Galveston, 1976

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Mario Obledo Collection

Obledo was National President from 1983 to 1985.
When the collection was received in the mid-1980s, a staff member sequentially numbered all the folders in the collection. This preliminary inventory, created in 2017, keeps the numbering system but there might be some gaps since empty folders were removed. The collection is open to researchers; please visit the Benson for more information.
box folder
1 1 E.E.O.C., 1984-1983
1A EEO Consultants, Inc., 1984-1983
2 Hispanic Link, 1984-1983
3 MAPA, 1984-1983
4 Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 1984-1983
box folder
2 5 National Council of La Raza, 1984-1983
6 National Post Office Mail Handlers, 1984-1983
7 NORTON-Simon, Inc., 1984-1983
8 Alliance for Political and Economic Equality--Operation Push, 1984-1983
9 Partners for Livable Places, 1984-1983
10 National Hispanic Leadership Conference, 1984-1983
11 Olympic Brochures, Information ETC., 1984-1983
12 Project Participar, 1984-1983
13 Santa Helena Hispanic Summit, 1984-1983
14 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, 1984-1983
box folder
3 15 Southland Corporation, 1984-1983
15A Southland Corporation Trade Agreement & Letter Agreement, 1983
16 Recreating Government, 1983
17 Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, 1983
18 Miscellaneous: (Shiela Raviv, Mario Obledo), 1983
box folder
4 19 Midwest Vice-President, 1983-1984
20 Far West Vice- President, 1983-1984
21 Northwest Vice President, 1983-1984
22 Northeast Vice President, 1983-1984
23 Southwest Vice President, 1983-1984
24 Southeast Vice President, 1983-1984
25 Women Vice President, 1984
26 Youth Vice-President, 1983-1984
27 National Youth President, 1983-1984
28 Arizona State Director, 1983-1984
29 California State Director, 1983-1984
30 State Directors A-M, 1983-1984
31 State Directors N-Z, 1983-1984
box folder
5 32 Regions A-M, 1983-1984
33 Regions N-Z, 1983-1984
34 Washington LULAC Office, August 1983-May 1984
35 LNESC, 1983-1984
36 Correspondence/ Miscellaneous (Incoming), 1983-1984
box folder
6 37 Correspondence/ Miscellaneous (Outgoing), 1983-1984
38 Congratulatory Letters, 1983
39 Past LULAC Administration, 1982
40 LULAC Voter's Guide, 1984
41 Invitations not Attended, 1983-1984
box folder
7 42 Thank You, 1983-1985
43 Resume, 1983-1985
44 Hernandez, Juan D. Committee, 1983-1984
45 Hernandez, John O., 1983-1984
46 Esquibel, Cora, 1983-1984
47 Reagan Campaign Records (Stanford University), 1983-1984
48 Café de California, 1983-1984
49 Hollings, Ernest (Withdrawal), 1983
50 Voter Registration, 1983-1984
50A Midwest Voter Registration, 1983-1984
50B Northern San Joaquin Valley RPC, 1983-1984
50C Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, 1983-1984
51 Immigration, 1983-1985
box folder
8 51A Immigration Damages, 1984
51B RoyBal H.R., 1984-1985
51C Luis Cespedes Committee on Immigration Policy, 1984
51D Commissioner Alan C. Nelson, 1984
51E Correspondence, 1984-1985
51F Equal Rights Congress, 1984-1985
51G Mexican Border Caucus, 1983
51H National Center for Immigrant's Rights, 1983-1985
box folder
9 51I Simpson-Mazzoli Bill, 1984
51J National Immigration, Refugee, & Citizenship Forum, 1983-1984
52 Southwester Bell (PUC), 1983-1985
box folder
10 53A LULAC Foundation-Articles of Incorporation, 1973
53B LULAC Foundation-Business Council, 1984
53C LULAC Foundation-Board of Directors, 1982-1984
53D1 LULAC Foundation Board Meetings, 1984 October 26
53D2 LULAC Foundation Board Meetings, 1985 March 2
53D3 LULAC Foundation Pending, 1985
54A SER Board (Pending), 1985
54A1 19th Annual SER Conference April 16-19: Washington D.C., 1985
54A2 SER Projecto Committee, 1983-1985
54A3 SER Board Meetings, 1984 October 26
box folder
11 54A4 SER meeting, 1984 December 14
54A5 SER meeting, 1985 January 18
54A6 Seer Program Planning Committee meeting (Miami, Fl), 1985 February 9
54A6.a SER annual report (loose), 1983
54A6.b 1984 directory-Seer Network
54A7 (black binder) Applicants Nat. Pres. SER, 1984
54A8 (black binder) SER Financial Comm. Report, 1984 October 26
54A9 (black binder) SER Dept. Of Operations Prog. Comm. Report, 1984 October 26
54A10 (blue binder) Minutes, Board of Directors Meeting, Seattle, 1984 July 27
54A11 (blue binder) (SER) Financial Statement as of March 31, 1985
54A12 1985 Directory SER Network
54A13 SER-Operations Report (black binder), 1985 April 19
54A14 Dept. of Employment and Economic Development report, Rolando Esparza, Pres. (black folder), 1985 April
54A15 loose Correspondence, reports, etc., 1985
54A16 (blue binder) Board of Directors, 1985 January 19
box folder
12 54A17 General Summary of SER Financial Status, as of March 1985
54A18 Minutes SER Board of Directors Meeting, Washington, D.C. , 1984 April 16
5419 SER Jobs for Progress, November 1983-1985
5420 P R G (Rolondo Esparza), 1984
54B SER Board of Directors Correspondence, 1984
54C SER Board Member Obledo, 1983-1984
54D1 SER Program Committee Reports (blue folder), 1984 July 27
box folder
13 54D2 SER Minutes of National Bd. of Directors meeting, Los Angeles, 1984 April 6
54D3 SER Board of Directors Meeting, Seattle, 1984 July 27
54D4 SER Minutes National Board of Directors Meeting, Denver (black folder), 1983 October 28
54D5 Functional Chart (April 1983) Personal Policy and Procedures Manual (white folder)
54D6 SER National Board of Directors Meeting, Denver, 1983 October 28
54D7 SER Board of Directors Meeting, Dallas (black folder), 1984 January 2
box folder
14 54D8 SER April Meeting, 1984 April 4
54D9 Seer Minutes Board of Directors Meeting Dallas (brown folder), 1984 January 19
54D10 Montemayor, et al, 1983-1985
box folder
15 55 AKA Pablo, 1983-1984
56 Bareno, John T.
57 Cinco Dias En Revista, 1983-1984
58 Lawyers Committee Against US Intervention in Central America, 1983-1984
59 Office of the Americas, 1983-1984
60 Sedco, Inc., 1983-1984
61 Garcia, Ray J., 1983-1984
62 Hispanic Ministry of Missionaries in Latin America, 1983-1984
63 Del Monte Frozen Goods, 1983-1984
64 Kopp. Quentin (Bilingual Ballot), 1983-1984
65 Frente Democratico Revolucionario, 1983-1984
66 Meese, Edwin (Nomination), 1983-1984
67 Palo Alto, 1983-1984
68 (PIK) Payment in Kind, 1983-1984
69 Proposition 41, 1983-1984
box folder
16 70 Rodriguez, Luis, 1983-1984
71 Rodriguez, Steve, 1983-1984
72 Shipping Raks, 1983-1984
73 SPERAW (Bill SJR-7), 1983-1984
74 Stirling, David, 1983-1984
75 Arenas, Hector, 1983-1984
76 Gaona, Thomas, 1983-1984
77 Mahoney, David, 1983-1984
78 Martinez, Manuel E., 1983-1984
79 Thayer, Bert/ Romona, 1983-1984
80 Amanecer, 1983-1984
81 American Arab Antidiscrimination, 1983-1984
82 American Institute of Transportation/ Business Develop Americas Inc., 1983-1984
83 Americas Inc. Corporate Service for the Hispanic Markets, 1983-1984
84 AMOCO Foundation, 1983-1984
85 Alpha-Phi Frat. Inc., 1983-1984
86 AROCO, 1983-1984
87 Asian pacific American Advocates of California (APPAC), 1983-1984
88 ASPEN Hispanic Conference , 1983-1984
89 ACORN Conference, 1983-1984
90 Alpha Phi, 1983-1984
91 Cal Expo State Fair, 1983-1984
92 CA Democratic Chicano/ Hispanic Caucus, 1983-1984
93 Cambridge Forum, 1983-1984
94 CATO Institute, 1983-1984
95 Chicano Hispanic News
96 Claremont McKenna College, 1983-1984
97 Coalition of Southern California Personnel Organizations, 1983-1984
98 Committee of Institutionalized Rehabilitation, 1983-1984
99 Con SU Vato, 1983-1984
100 COORS, 1983-1984
101 Corporate Social Responsibility, 1983-1984
102 C-Span Network, 1983-1984
103 Dallas Assembly, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1983-1984
104 Edison Electric Institute, 1983-1984
105 Electronic Data Systems Corp. , 1983-1984
106 Entertainment Tonight, 1983-1984
107 Frontline Media Contact, 1983-1984
108 Green -Herman & Associates
109 Hewlett-Packard Co.
110 Hispanic American Construction Association, 1983-1984
box folder
17 111 IBM, 1983-1984
112 West Contra Costa Hispanic Forum , 1983-1984
113 Stroh Brewing Co., 1983-1984
114 Spanish Speaking People Study Commission, 1983-1984
115 Spanish Institute , 1983-1984
116 Security Pacific Foundation , 1983-1984
117 Personnel Management Association of Aztlan , 1983-1984
118 National Indian Youth Council , 1983-1984
119 National Chamber Foundation, 1983-1984
120 National Cable Television Association, 1983-1984
121 Los Angeles Music & Art School , 1983-1984
122 Lockheed Corp. , 1983-1984
123 La Raza Legal Alliance , 1983-1984
124 La Cooperativa , 1983-1984
125 Intercultural Development Research Association (Cardenas, Blandina, 1983-1984
126 International bank of Commerce , 1983-1984
127 National Council of La Raza , 1983-1984
128 Infant Mortality, 1983-1985
129 SOCAL/Gulf Merger, 1984-1985
129A Immigration Drowning, 1983-1984
129B Press Release: Simpson-Mazzoli Bill, 1983
129C Marroquin, Hector, 1974-1984
129D Seymour Bill AB 2015
129E Amnesty International U.S.A., 1983
129F Central Valley Immigration Network, 1983
129G Hermandad Mexicana Nacional Del Condado de Orange, 1983-1984
129H Martin vs. IOC, 1983-1984
129 I Soliz, Jamie, 1984
129J Darces vs. Woods, Marion, 1984
box folder
18 130 Media, 1983-1985
130A KMEX TV Channel 34, 1983-1985
130B KVIE, 1983-1985
130C KNNN Hispanic Media, 1983-1985
130D Radio Bilingue, 1984-1985
130E USA Today, 1984-1985
130F Wall Street Journal, 1983-1985
130G California Chicano News Media Association, 1984-1985
130H Henry Molina, Inc., 1984-1985
130I Hispanic Pub Affairs Association, 1984-1985
130J Agreement Raza Association of Media Advisory, 1977-1985
130K Media Directory, 1981-1985
131 Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 1985
132A Sacramento Jewish Community Relations Council, 1985
132 Jewish Relations - Mexican American, 1985
133 Southland Corporation, 1985
134 U.S Department of Agriculture, 1985
135 Project particular (1985)
box folder
19 136 Bilingual Services (Public Utilities Commission), 1985
137 Moore Telephone Services, 1985
138 Bell Rate Hikes Correspondence to and from LULAC
139 Pacific Bell, 1985
140 California Public Utilities Commission, 1985
140A Communications Workers of American, 1985
140B Los padrinos, Inc., 1985
140C Pacific Telephone and los Padrinos, 1985
140D Public Utilities Commission Employment Practices, 1985
140E PUC, 1985
140F Texas PUC, 1985
141 Civil Rights, 1985
141A1 California Association of Affirmative Action Officers, Inc., 1985
141A2 Affirmative Action Task Force, 1985
box folder
20 141B Linda Chavez, 1985
141C Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1985
141E Civil Rights Commission, 1985
141F Reagan and Affirmative Action, 1985
141G US Civil Rights Commission, 1985
141H Civil Rights Nominations-Opposition to Reagan, 1985
141I Civil rights Update, 1985
142 Dallas Shootings
143 COORS (binder), 1985
143A COORS LULAC Committee, 1985
143B COORS Boycott, 1985
box folder
21 144 Defense Contractors, 1985
145 Education, 1985
145A AB813 School Reform Bill, 1985
145B Association of Mexican-American Educators (AMAE), 1983-1985
145C California Association of Bilingual Education, 1983-1985
145D National Association of Bilingual Education, 1983-1985
145E Human rights-Fair Housing Committee, Sacramento, 1983-1985
145F Superintendent's Council Hispanic Education, 1983-1985
145G HONIG, Bill (Superintendent), 1983-1985
145H Education/ Migrant Teacher Training Program- California, 1983-1985
145I Bilingual Community Coalition, 1983-1985
145J Bilingual Education, 1983-1985
145K Hispanic Policy Development Project, 1983-1985
145L Proposal: English Only Movement, 1983-1985
146 Filipino-American Issues, 1983-1985
146A Filipino Accountants of Southern California (FASC), 1983-1985
147 Energy, 1983-1985
147A Central Valley Bio-Energy Inc., 1983-1985
147B Gulf Oil, 1983-1985
147C Hispanic Energy Forum, 1984 October 23
147D Mixner/Scott Inc., 1983-1985
147E Occidental Petroleum Corporation, 1983-1985
147F OILN Chemical group, 1983-1985
147G Pacific Gas & Electric Company, 1983-1985
147H Offshore Oil Drillings, 1983-1985
box folder
22 148 Hispanic Population Studies (Correspondence), 1983-1985
148A Census 1980
148B California Population Studies, 1983-1984
box folder
23 149 Media Under Representation, 1983-1985
149A Correspondence With Networks, 1983-1985
149B ABC--Olympics, 1984
149C ABC--Olympics--News clippings, 1984
149C1 Correspondence: LULAC & NBC, 1984
149D NBC (National Broadcasting Co.), 1983
149D1 LULAC & NBC Understanding (Draft Report), 1983
149E KNBC, 1984
149F CBS Broadcast Group, 1985
149G SIN Spanish Network, 1984-1985
149H Press Releases, 1983-1984
149I Committee Against Network Monopoly, 1983
149J Federal Communications Commission, 1983
149J1 FCC: Employment Report
149K Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, 1983
149L Media Artists Against Discrimination, 1983-1984
149M Nosotros, 1984
149N Olympic Organizing Committee, 1984
149O Screen Actors Guild, 1984
149P Rachel Levario, 1983-1984
box folder
24 150A Midwest Voter Registration Education Project, 1984
150B Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, 1984-1985
150C Voter Registration Education Project, 1984
150D Women's Vote Project, 1984
151 Banking Services, 1984
152 Berrones, Porfirio "Roman Rey Creative Services," 1984
153 Bilingual Ballot, 1984
154 Campbell Soup Boycott, 1984
154A Farm Labor Organizing Committee, 1983-1985
155 Central America, 1983
155B Federation for Progress, 1983-1985
155C Hispanic Coalition of a Free Central America, 1983-1985
155D Labor Council For Latin American Advancement, 1983-1985
155E Latin American Manufacturers Association, 1983-1985
155F Project National Interest, 1983-1985
box folder
25 156A Human resources Programs (Federal Reports), 1983
157 Freedom Flame Relay, 1985
158 Gas Decontrol, 1984
159 Hispanic Advertising Firms, 1983-1984
160A Resumes-- Hispanic Market, 1984
160B Procter & Gamble, 1983
161 Hunger Study and A Free Market, 1983-1984
161A Food First, 1984-1985
161B Mission Foods, 1985
163 (Justice)/ Supreme Court, 1984
164 Law Firms-Discrimination, 1984-1985
165 Long Beach, 1984
166 Lottery-California State, 1985
167 Francisco E. Martinez, 1983-1985
168 Meese, Edwin- Appointment, 1985
box folder
26 169 Mission Foods Strike Committee, 1985
170 Movie Industry, 1984-1985
170A Columbia Pictures, 1983
170B Embassy Studios, 1983
170C HBO (Home Box Office), 1983
170D Hollywood Reporter, 1983
170E MTM Productions, 1983
170F Warner Lambert Company, 1983
171 Muniz (Committee for the Defense of Muniz and Justice), 1984
172 Newspaper Investigation, 1984
173 Nuclear Weapons Freeze, 1983-1984
174 Phelps Dodge, 1984
175 Public Advocates-Lawsuit PacBell-Children's Messages, 1985
176 U.S. Prison, 1981-1984
176a Prisoners Defense Committee, 1984-1985
177 San Diego Border, 1985
178 Southern California Gas Co. & Pacific Lightings Gas Supply CO., 1985
179 Readers Digest, 1984
180 Reaganomics and Hispanics, 1984
181 Reagan & Hispanics, 1983-1985
182 Rolls Royce tax Preference, 1984
183 Savings Bond, 1983
183A Financial Corporation of America, 1984
184 Social/Gulf Merger as 1985 February 27
185 Social Security System & Minorities, 1983-1984
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27 186 State Taxes, 1984
187 Tax Reform, 1985
188 UNESCO, 1984-1985
189 United States-Mexican Studies, 1984
190 Westin Hotel, 1984
191 Bennett, William J.- Secretary of Education, 1985
191A Anheuser-Busch, 1983-1984
192 Brown, Jerry, 1984-1985
193 Congress (United States W.D.C.), 1983-1985
193A Lujan, Manuel (Congressman), 1984-1985
194 Cordero, Raquel, 1984
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28 195 Flores, Richard/ Catherine, 1983
196 Fox, Michael J., 1985
197 Deukmejian, George (Gov. of Cal), 1984-1985
198 Dominguez, Marina, 1984
199 Governors, 1984-1985
199A White, (Governor in Texas Correspondence), 1983-1984
200 House of Representatives (U.S.), 1983-1984
201 Loya, Jose, 1984
202 Luera, Larry, 1984
203 Mayor File, 1985
203A Bradley, Tom, Mayor (L.A.), 1984-1995
204 Pope John Paul II, 1983
205 Quinn, Francis A. Bishop
206 Senators (United States) Washington D.C., 1983-1984
206A Senators (State of California) Roberti, etc., 1983-1984
206B Cranston, Alan, 1983-1984
206C Senators (State of Texas), 1983
207 Board of Supervisors- San Francisco, 1984
208 A.H. Belo Corporation, 1983-1984
209 A.K. Associates, Inc., 1985
210 Alba Museum of Latin American Arts; Luiz Gonzalez, Executive Director, 1983-1985
211 Allstate, 1983-1984
212 ALVA, Jose L.- ALVA & Associates, 1985
213 Alvarado Construction Company vs. LULAC, 1984
213A Alvarado Construction Company, 1984
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29 214 American Airlines, 1983
215 American Citizenship Education Project, 1983
216 American Medical Writers Association, 1984
218 American Savings, 1984
219 American Society for Personal Administration, 1983
220 Association of Hispanic Employees for Advancement and Development, 1983
222 Bank of America, 1983
223 Bethlehem Steel Corporation, 1983
224 Boy Scouts of America, 1984-1985
225 Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., 1983
226 Café, 1984
228 California, 1983-1985
228A Van De Kamp, John, Attorney General, 1984-1985
228B Assembly- California Legislature, 1984
228C Employment Development Department, 1983
228D Rainwater Clyde/ Personnel Management Department, 1983
229 California Coalition of Hispanic Organizations, 1983-1985
230 California Hispanic Affairs Council, 1985
231 California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 1984
232 California Legislature Hispanic Caucus, 1983-1985
233 California Medical Assistance Commission, 1983-1985
234 California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, 1984
236 Caminos Magazine, 1984
237 Cause International, 1984
239 Center For Inter-American Relations, 1983-1985
240 Center For the Study of Democratic Institutions University of California, 1984
241 Center for the Study of Law and Politics, 1984
242 Chevron U.A.S. Inc., 1984
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30 243 Chicano Correctional Workers Association (CCWA), 1984
244 Chicano Youth Leadership Conference, 1984-1985
245 Chrysler Corporation, 1984
246 Citizens Forum-San Antonio, Texas November 19th, 1984-1985
247 CITGO Petroleum Corporation, 1983
248 Coalition of Concerned Legal Professionals, 1984
249 Coca-Cola, 1983-1985
250 Columbia University Press, 1985
251 Common Cause (California), 1983-1985
252 Concilio For the Spanish Speaking, 1983
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31 252A Concilio of Fresno, 1983
253 Sacramento Concilio, Inc., 1983
254 Concilio of Yolo County, 1983
255 Congresso Para Pueblos Unidos, 1984
256 Congressional Hispanic Caucus, 1983
257 Coro Foundation, 1984
258 Corporations, 1984
259 Concil on Hemispheric Affairs, 1984-1985
260 Democratic Party, 1984-1985
261 Durfee Award, 1984
262 Education Issues Network, 1985
263 Federacion de Salud de California, 1984
264 Ford Motor Co., 1983
265 Ford Foundation, 1983
266 General Motors, 1983
267 G.I. Forum / Alarid, Jake, 1984-1985
269 Gus Garcia Memorial Foundation, 1983
270 Hispanic Bar Association, 1983
271 Hispanic Business Inc., 1983-1984
272 Hispanic Caucus, 1985
273 Hispanic Foreign Affairs Council, 1984
274 Hispanic Link, 1984
275 Hispanic Monitor, 1984
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32 276 Hispanic National Bar Association, 1984
277 Hispanic Organization, 1983
278 Hunt-Wesson Foods, 1983-1984
279 Image, 1983-1984
280 Impression, 1983
281 Institute for Civil Justice, 1983
282 Institute for Puerto Rican Policy
283 Inter-American Dialogue, 1984
284 Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, 1984
285 J.C. Penny Company Inc., 1983
285A Asip, Patricia V. 1983
286 Joint Center for Political Studies, Inc., 1984
286A Joint Center Eighth Annual Dinner, Washington, D.C., 1985 March 21
287 Junior Achievement, Inc., 1984
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33 289 La Raza Justice Defense Committee, 1983
290 La Raza Lawyers Association (LRLA), 1984
291 La Raza National Layers Association, 1983-1984
292 Latina Magazine, 1984
293 Latino Agenda Coalition, 1984
294 Latino Peace Officers, 1984
295 La Voz, 1983
296 La Voz De Michigan, 1983
298 Leadership Conference of Civil Rights, 1984-1985
299 Levi Strauss, 1984
300 Loma Linda University, 1984
301 Los Angeles Times, 1983
302 Macy's, 1983
303 MALDEF, 1984-1985
304 MAPA, 1985
306 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc.
307 Mexican American Chambers of Commerce, 1983-1984
307C Mexican American Chamber of Commerce San Antonio, 1983
308 Mexican American Education Association, 1983-1984
309 McDonald's Corporation, 1984
310 Mexican-American Women's National Association (MANA)
312 Embassy of Mexico, 1984
313 Mexico, 1981-1984
314 Vista; Mexico-USA, 1984
315 Migrant Legal Services, 1984
315A Migrant Farmworker Rights Project, 1983
316B Mexico/US. Border Research Program, 1984
315C Migrant Health Rural, 1984
316 Milk Advisory Board, 1984
317 Miller Brewing Company, 1984
317A Miller Brewing Co. Covenant, 1984
318 Minority Business Development Agency, 1984
319 Mobil Oil Corporation, 1985
320 Motion Pictures Association of America, 1983
321 NAACP, 1984-1985
321A NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund
322 NACME, 1984-1985
322A NACME Forum - Atlanta Georgia, 1985 June 5-7
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34 323 Nation Institute (THE), 1985
324 National Committee for Responsiveness Philanthropy, 1985
325 National Hispanic Bar Association, 1984
326 National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA), 1983-1984
326A SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science, 1984
327 National Association of Banking Affirmative Action Directors, 1984
328 National Association of Hispanic Journalist, 1984
329 NALEO/ National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, 1984-1985
330 National Council of La Raza, 1984-1985
333 National Hispanic Leadership Conference, 1984
334 National Hispanic University, 1985
335 National Network In Solidarity with the Nicaraguan People, 1985
336 Alliance for Political and Economic Equality--National Urban League, 1984
336A Urban Development, 1983
336B Urban Institute, 1984
336C National Urban Coalition, 1984
336D National Urban League, 1983-1984
337 Nestle & Infact, 1984
339 Noticias De King Hall, 1984
340 Partners of the Americas, 1984
341 Partners for Livable Places, 1984
342 "Operation Push," 1984
342A Rainbow Coalition, 1984-1985
342B Alliances & Coalitions, 1981-1983
342C Press Releases, 1983-1984
342D Correspondence LULAC & Jackson, 1983-1984
343 Pacific Legal Foundation, 1984
344 Personnel Administrator, 1983
345 Presidential Election, 1984
347 Republican Party, 1984
347A Republican Convention, 1984
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35 349 The Rockefeller Foundation, 1984
350 Sacramento City Council, 1984
351 Sacramento Leadership Conference, 1983
352 Sacramento County Supervisors, 1983
353 Sacramento Metropolitan, 1984
355 Santa Helena Summit Steering Committee, 1984
356 Sears, Roebuck & Co., 1985
357 Statue of Liberty- Lee A. Lacocca, Chairman, 1983
358 St. Mary's University, 1983-1985
360 SHPE (Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers), 1984-1985
361 Southland Corporation, 1985
362 Trac- Telecommunications Research & Action Center, 1984
363 Transafrica, 1985
364 TEXACO, 1984
365 United Farm Workers of America, 1985
366 United Way of America, 1983
367 University of California, 1984
367A University of California Berkeley, 1985
367B California State University, 1984
368A University of Colorado Boulder, Reyes Ramos Professor
368B University of N. Colorado, 1984 November 15
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36 369A Department of the Army, 1984
369B U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development, 1984
369C U.S. Budget, 1985
369C1 Federal Budget, 1984
369D U.S. Department of Labor, 1983
369E U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 1983
369F U.S. Postal Service, 1984
369G Treasurer of the United States, 1983-1984
370 Vista Magazine, 1985
371 Wells Fargo Bank, 1984
373 Western Center of Law and Poverty, 1984
374 White House, 1983-1985
375 World bank (International Bank for Reconstruction), 1983-1985
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37 376 Activity Report, 1984-1985
377 LULAC--Appointments, 1983
378 LULAC Aviso, 1983
379 Budgets
380 Corporate Advisory Board
381 Endorsements (LULAC), 1984
382 LULAC Funding Proposals, 1984-1985
383 LULAC History of LULAC, 1983
384 Letters of Support, 1984-1985
385 LULAC-- Executive Board, 1983-1985
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38 386A Atlanta Board Meeting, 1983 March
386B Executive Board Meeting, 1983 June
386C National Executive Board Meeting, 1983 July 3
386D National Executive Board Meeting, 1983 October 6-8
386E National Executive Board Meeting, 1984 March 15-17
386F National Executive Board Meeting, 1984 June 20
386G National Executive Board Meeting, 1984 October 3-5
386G1 October National Board Meeting, 1984 October 4-6
386H National Executive Board Meeting, Austin, TX, 1985 March 14-16
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39 387 LULAC week, 1985 February 11-17
388 MailGrams, 1983-1984
389 Minutes: National Executive Board, 1984-1985
390 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1984
391 LULAC Issues Brief Book, 1983-1984
392 Key Contacts, 1979
393 Memos to LULAC Officials, 1983-1985
394 Press Releases/ General, 1983
395 Press Releases, 1984
397 LULAC Personnel Policies manual, 1985
398 LULAC Survey, 1983
398A LULAC News Clippings, 1983
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40 339 National Chaplain, 1984
400 Corporate Liaison, Patricia Asip
401 Economic Development, Linda Martinez, Alvarado
402 General Council, Ruben Bonilla, Jr., 1983
403 Housing Consultant Mr. Paul Garza, 1983-1985
404 Legal Advisor Robert L. Gnaizda, 1984-1985
405 Minority Business Development Dr. Alicia V. Cuaron, 1983-1985
406 National Media Coordinator Ray Ramirez, 1983-1984
407 National Organizor Heriberto Ponce, 1984
409 Veterans Affairs Lupe Saldana
410 Testimony, 1984
411 Vice-President Farwest, 1983-1985
412 Midwest Vice-President, 1985
413 Northeast Vice-President, 1984
414 Northwest Vice-President, 1984
415 Southeast Vice-President, 1985
416 Southeast Vice-President Oscar Moran, 1985
417 National Youth President, 1984-1985
418 Vice-President/Youth, 1984
419 Vice-President/Women, 1985
423 Arizona, State Director Lucy Thompson, 1985
424 California State Director, 1983-1984
425 Colorado State Director, 1984-1985
426 Connecticut State Director, 1985
427 District of Columbia-State Director, 1984
428 Florida State Director, 1984-1985
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41 431 Illinois State Director, 1984-1985
432 Indiana State Director, 1985
433 Iowa State Director, 1985
434 Kansas State Director, 1984
435 Louisiana State Director, 1984-1985
438 Michigan State Director, 1983-1985
439 Minnesota State Director, 1985
442 Nebraska State Director, 1983-1984
443 Nevada State Director, 1983-1985
444 New Jersey State Director, 1984
455 New Mexico State Director, 1984
449 Oklahoma State Director, 1983-1985
450 Oregon State Director, 1983-1984
451 Pennsylvania State Director, 1984
452 Puerto Rico State Director, 1983-1984
453 Rhode Island State Director, 1983-1985
455 South Dakota State Director, 1984
457 Texas State Director, 1983-1985
459 Virginia State Director, 1984-1985
460 Washington D.C. State Director, 1983-1985
461 Washington State Director, 1984
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42 464 LULAC Regions, 1983
466 Alaska NW
468 Arizona FW
469 California FW
469A California State Appointments
470 Colorado SW
470A Hispana Business & Corporate Leaders, Denver, Colorado, 1985 March 23-24
473 District of Columbia
471 Florida SE
475 Georgia SE
477 Idaho NW
479 Iowa NW
480 Indiana MW
481 Kansas MW
483 Louisiana SW
487 Michigan MW
490 Missouri MW
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43 492 Nebraska MW
493 Nevada SW
493A 34th Annual Convention-National Cable Television Association, Las Vegas Nevada, 1985 June 2
496 New Mexico SW
497 New York NE
497A Bildner Center New York, NY, 1985 May 9
500 Ohio MW
501A Oklahoma City
502 Oregon NW
507 Texas SW
507A Gonzalez, Margaret LULAC Grievance
510 Virginia State Director, 1984-1985
511 Washington NW
511A Washington State, 1984-1985
515 District #1
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44 516 District #4, 1983-1985
518A District #8
518B Mail, 1983-1985
519 District #10, 1983
520 District #13, 1984
521 District XV, 1983-1985
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45 522 Latino Magazine Editor, 1983-1984
523 LULAC Communications, Inc., 1984
524 Latino Magazine, 1983-1985
525 LNESC Committee, 1983-1985
526 LNESC Board of Directors, 1984
527 LULAC National Education Service Centers, 1984-1985
527A LULAC Information (brown binder)
528 LULAC Foundation, 1983-1985
529 LULAC Communications Committee, 1983
530 Constitutional Revision Committee, 1983-1984
531 Corporate Partnership Committee, 1984
532 LULAC Executive Committee, 1984-1985
532A Executive Committee Meeting, Dallas TX, 1984 December 14
533 Foreign Policy Committee
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46 534 MESBIC Committee, 1983-1984
535 4-P's Committee, 1985
536 Resource Development Committee, 1985
537 Bonilla Correspondence, 1983-1985
538 Gonzalez, Manuel/ Past National President, 1983
539 Past National Presidents, 1984-1985
540 Herrera, John J., 1984
541 Pena, Ed, 1983-1985
542 Project Amistad, 1983-1984
543 LULAC Corporate Advisory Board
544 Employment & Training (Texas LULAC Employment & Training), 1983
545 LULAC Housing Project, 1983-1985
546 Leadership Development Program, 1983-1985
547 National Forum For Hispanic & Disadvantaged Senior Citizens, 1983
548 Project Amistad (LULAC), 1983-1984
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47 549 Mail Outside/ DC, 1984-1985
550 National Executive Director- Joe Trevino, 1985
551 Washington D.C. / National Executive Director Arnold Torres, 1984-1985
553 Legislative Assistant, 1983-1985
554 Memberships, 1983-1985
556 Ramos, Nancy/ Health, 1984
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48 558 LULAC Council List, 1983-1985
559A New Councils, 1983-1984
559B Council List, 1983
559C LULAC Business Council Members as of 1985 April
559D Council Correspondence, 1983-1984
559E Council #284 Phoenix, AZ, 1983
559F Council #300 Chicago, Illinois, 1983
559G Council #313 Chicago, Illinois, 1983
559H Council #2008 San Francisco, CA, 1983
559I Council #2055 Salinas, CA, 1983
599J Council #2060 Stockton, CA, 1985
599K Council #2862 Sacramento, CA Lorenzo Patino Council, 1983
560 Cuba, 1984-1985
561 Tunisia, Africa, 1984
562 Salvador, 1984
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49 563 Nicaragua, 1983-1985
563A Nicaragua Government (Embassy)
563B Nicaragua, 1983-1985
563C Contadora, Acta de…, 1983-1985
565 Latino Magazine
566 Maria P., etc. et. Al. V. Riles, ETC., 1983-1985
567 Spain, 1984-1985
567A Chicano Conference/ Madrid, Spain, 1983-1985
567B Instituto De Cooperacion Iberoamericana (Spain), 1983-1985
568 The Lemon Grove Incident, 1983-1985
569 Ballad of Gergorio Cortez, 1983-1985
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50 570 National Convention, Brochures, Letters, Agenda, Etc., 1983
571 LULAC, 1983-1985
572 National Convention, 1984
573 National Convention Resolutions, EL Paso, Texas 1984
574 Correspondence From/To Mario Obledo, 1983-1985
575 Correspondence From/To Arnold Torres & D.C., 1983-1985
576 Correspondence From/To Jose Loya & Larry T., 1983-1985
577 Convention Progress Reports, 1983-1985
578 National LULAC Convention, 1984
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51 579 Obledo Papers, 1983-1985
580 Invitations/Confirmations-Regrets LULAC National Convention, 1985
581 National Convention Agendas, 1985
582 National Convention, 1985
583 Credential Files LULAC National Convention, 1985
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52 1 Cassette, f.150B
2 Exhibit I-D tape, f.507A
3 Video tape Maxell T-20, LULAC - District-VIII Convention, Houston, TX, 1985
4 Kodak Video Cassette T-120 f.564 LULAC PSAS
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53 584 Latino Magazines, 1984
585 Central America : A Hispanic Analysis, 1983-1985
586 LULAC Brochures and Booklets, 1983-1985
587 Texas LULAC Festivities, 1983-1985
588 Martinez, Thomas H. Public Service 1930-1983
589 LULAC News Letters and Publications, 1983-1985
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54 590 LULAC National Convention Magazines, 1983-1985
591 National Convention Momentos "souvenir folder," 1983-1984
592 Conference / Forum, 1983-1985
593 Proclamations, 1983-1985
594 LULAC Convention and Women Conference, 1983-1985
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55 Newspapers, 1983-1985
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56 Banquets, Balls, Dances, etc, 1983-1985
Programs, flyers, etc., 1983-1985
Campaign Flyers, 1983-1985
(DWPS) Banquets etc.
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57 Non-LULAC Conventions
Non-LULAC Conferences
National Council of La Raza
Non-LULAC Informational Pamphlets and Booklets, 1983-1985
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58 Annual Reports (Boys Scouts of America, Red Cross, Richfield Foundation, Joint Center for Political Studies, General Motors), 1983-1985
Newsletters, 1983-1985
Midterm Platform Convention, 1984
MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund), 1983-1985
MAPA (Mexican American Political Association), 1983-1985
Colleges and Religious Affiliations
Activism, Social Awareness, & Social Issues
Business, Hispanic Economic Status, Reagan Era Budget and Economics, 1983-1985
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59 Conventions, Conferences, Fundraisers, and Traveler's Guides, 1983-1985
NACME & Minorities in Stem, 1983-1985
The National Hispanic Journal, 1984
Mexican American Women's National Association, MALDEF, & La Raza
The Mexican Forum, Hispanic Summit, 1984
Civil Rights, 1983-1985
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60 Hispanic Communities, 1984
The Mexican and American Foundation, NALEO National Report 1984
Food and Telecommunications, 1983-1984
U.S. Intervention in Central America, 1983-1985
American Petroleum Institute and Energy Publications, 1983-1985
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61 Civil Rights Update and Committee Reports, 1983-1985
Bilingual Education, Directions, 1984
Hispanic Media, 1983-1985
Hispanic population and how they live, 1983-1985
War in Central America, 1983-1985
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62 Education & Affirmative Action, 1983-1985
Census and population data, 1984
Olympics, 1983-1984
Draft Environmental Impact Statement 1985-2030
Voter registration & Civil Rights, 1984
Hispanic Businesses, PAN American National bank, and California Economy, 1984
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63 La Raza Lawyer News Association, 1984
La Voz, The News Magazine of the Concilio for the Spanish Speaking, 1984
Hispanics in STEM, 1983-1985
Central American Politics, 1983-1985
Minority's Involvement in Politics, 1983-1985

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Roberto Ornelas Collection

Ornelas was National President from 1967 to 1969. The collection consists of architectural renderings of LULAC housing projects.
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1 Oversize Materials
1 Chandler (Arizona) LULAC Housing Project
[architect's rendering]
2 LULAC Villa in Phoenix, Arizona
[photograph of architect's rendering]
3 LULAC VIllage in Grand Prairie, Texas
[2 photographs of architect's rendering]
4 Proyecto Bienvinido in Albuquerque, New Mexico
[architect's rendering]
5 Unidentified housing facility
[photograph of architect's rendering]

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Benjamin Osuna Collection, 1937-1976

Osuna was National President from 1942-1943.
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1 Correspondence
1 General Correspondence, 1939-1976
LULAC Administration — National
2 Aims and purposes of the League of United Latin American Citizens
3 National convention held in Albuquerque, 1942
LULAC-Sponsored Organizations
4 LULAC Foundation
5 LULAC National Education Service Centers
6 LULAC National Enterprise Development
Miscellaneous
7 Appointment as Legal Advisor for New Mexico, 1940
8 Message from your President General (LULAC News, July 1942)
9 Biographical sketch of Robert A. Mondragon
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M Microfilm, 1937-1955
1 Ritual — League of United Latin American Citizens, N.d.
2 Constitution of the League of United Latin American Citizens, 1937
3 Constitution and By-laws of the League of United Latin American Citizens, 1955
4 Message from the President General, Jule 20, 1942
5 Letter to Arnulfo Zamora, May 14, 1947
6 Letter to Manuel C. Gonzales, June 19, 1942
7 LULAC News v. 9, no. 3, April 1942
8 LULAC News v. 9, no. 4, May 1942
9 LULAC News v. 9, no. 5, June 1942
10 LULAC News v. 9, no. 6, July 1942
11 Duke City News (Albuquerque), June 19, 1942

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Belén Robles Papers, 1994-1998

Robles was the first female National President of LULAC from 1994-1998. The papers have not been fully processed, but are open for research. The following is a folder list of Robles' archives as received at the Benson Collection.
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1 1997 LULAC Convention
1 Fuentes, Jorge
2 1997 National Convention
3 Convention Misc. 1997
4 Belén/1997 Nat’l Conv. Agenda
5 Bios – 1997 Convention Speakers
6 Guests/Sponsors/Table/Speakers
7 Panelists/Speakers
8 Banquet Event Order – Marriott
9 Mon., June 23, 1997, 8 am Opening Ceremony
10 Mon., June 23, 1997, Luncheon
11 Thur., June 26, 1997, Youth Picnic
12 Disney Boycott
13 Disneyland
14 Convention – Luncheons and Banquets 1997
15 Media/1997 Convention
16 Mejia, Albert (Labor Unions)
17 Movie Stars
18 Patino, Dr. Douglas X.
19 President’s Guest List, Mon., June 23
20 Room Reservations
21 Rosters (CA)
22 Platforms
23 List of Councils
24 LULAC National Convention 1999
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2 1 Membership Marketing Contract
2 Mireles, Arnold
3 MOUs (LULAC and HACU) (Dept. of Agriculture)
4 National Exec. Bd. Minutes
5 Salazar, Gina (Strategic Plan)
6 School Vouchers
7 Senior Fellows Seminar on Mexico
8 Strategic Plan
9 Taco Bell “Dinky”
10 Telecommunications Act
11 Trinity Settlement
12 Minimum Wage Bill, S. 1573 – Sen. E. Kennedy
13 Washington, DC Office
14 Trinity Settlement
15 Youth
16 White House (list)
17 Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law
18 Convention 2000, Washington, DC
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3 1 Citizens Energy Corp.
2 Echaveste, Maria
3 Financial Reports
4 Health Plan
5 Esparza, Irma - Employment Agreement
6 Employment Contract – Brent Wilkes
7 Hernandez, Ezequiel
8 LULAC Alliance
9 Kellogg Proposal
10 Levi Strauss Proposal
11 LULAC Executive Summary of 5 yr plan
12 LULAC Communications Inc.
13 LULAC Institute
14 LULAC/LNESC Office Sharing Agreement
15 Life Memberships
16 Ad
17 Affirmative Action
18 Alexander Group
19 Americans for Affordable Electricity
20 Application Package – How to Start a Council
21 Bank Merger
22 Women’s Conference (March 1997)
23 Women’s Organizations and Other Hispanic Organizations
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4 1 Youth Organization
2 Pins (LULAC)
3 Pitney Bowes
4 Planning Technologies (PTI)
5 PepsiCo
6 Philip Morris
7 President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities (PCEPD)
8 Produce/ EP/ Military Installations in Surrounding Area
9 Private Investigator (ADL)
10 Preferred Telecom
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5 1 Report of the Policy Committee
2 Policy Update and LULAC Programs
3 Plaza, Eva
4 U.S. Dept. of Labor
5 V.P. for Women (Lu Betancourt)
6 Celulares Telefonica (P.R.)
7 Public Relations Proposals
8 Puerto Rico
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6 1 Printworld
2 Proclamation
3 Project Amistad
4 Employment
5 Proposition 209
6 First Monday
7 Villarreal, Manny
8 Press Releases – Belén Robles
9 Press Releases
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7 1 Press Releases
2 Elsie Valdez
3 Susanna Valdez (Public Liaison)
4 Harry Vargas
5 Vasquez, Esther
6 Jose Velez
7 Richardson, Bill
8 Alicia Rodriguez
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8 Convention 1997-1998-1999
1 Convention 1998 Misc.
2 1998 Convention
3 Life Members
4 Mata, Margaret, Correspondence and Frank Rodriguez
5 Convention Information 1998
6 1999 Convention Materials
7 Law Enforcement Breakfast, Tue. Jun 30, 1998, 7:30 – 9:00 am
8 Thu., July 2, Unity Luncheon, 1998
9 Thu., July 2, Youth Celebration, 1998
10 Fri., July 3, Women’s Luncheon, 1998
11 Fri., July 3, Presidential Reception, 1998
12 Fri., July 3, Presidential Awards Banquet and Ball, 1998
13 Wed., July 1, Opening Luncheon, 1998
14 Northwest Insurance 1998 Convention
15 Golf Tournament 1998 National Convention
16 Graphique Apparel Inc.
17 Event Folders and Checklists
18 Youth Convention 1998
19 1998 Workshops
20 Candidates
21 Credentials
22 Brenda Reyes
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9 Convention 1997-1998-1999
1 Reservations for Corporate Sponsors
2 Fleshman Hillard , Inc. (1998 National Convention)
3 Fleshman/Hillard Inc. 1998
4 Convention 1998
5 Itinerary: June 24 and 26, Media
6 Nominations – Law Enforcement
7 Sun, June 28, Opening Reception, 1998
8 June 24 – July 6, 1998, Dallas, TX Nat’l Conf.
9 Mon, Jun 29, 1998 Luncheon
10 Thu, July 2, Unity Press Conference 11 am, 1998
11 Tue, June 30, 1998, Corp. Alliance Reception
12 Corp. Alliance Meeting Notice, June 30, 1998
13 Tue, June 30, 1998, Law Enforcement Breakfast
14 Tue, June 30, 1998, Luncheon
15 OHTLI Award
16 Freeman Decorating Company
17 Friday, June 29, 1999, Luncheon
18 1997 Companies Declined
19 NTI National Convention
20 Liability Insurance, 1997 Convention - Anaheim, CA
21 Transportation
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10 Convention 1997-1998-1999
1 Hotel Information
2 Wed., June 25, 1997, Luncheon
3 Wed., June 25, 1997, Reception
4 Thur., June 26, 1997, Luncheon
5 Fri., June 27, 1997, Presidential Reception
6 Fri., June 27, 1997, Presidential Banquet
7 Awards 1997
8 Tue., June 24, 1997, Luncheon
9 “97” National Convention Potential Sponsors
10 97 Convention – Companies, Sponsorships, Exhibitors, Ads
11 1998 Award Winners
12 TX Celebration, Wed., July 1, 1998, Artist Square
13 Maldonado, Betti
14 Arreola, Eddie (piano), Reception: Corporate Alliance, June 30, 4:30 – 6:30 pm
15 Budget and Fees/ TX Celebration, July 1 – Artist Square
16 Texas Celebration, Wed., July 1, 1998, Marcos Rincon
17 Artist Dist. Friends, Artist Square, July 1, TX Celebration
18 Catering Contract, Rincon Communications, July 1, Artist Square
19 Tejano Concert Tickets, July 1, Artist Square
20 Valdez, Tony, “The Image,” July 2, 9 pm – 1 am
21 Fairmont Hotel
22 Hampton Inn
23 Ruben Ramos and the Texas Revolution, July 1, Artist Square
24 Pulido, Bobby. Entertainment: July 1, 9 pm, Artist Square, Dallas, TX
25 Moon Dance Orchestra
26 1997 Nat’l Convention (exhibits)
27 Liability Insurance Certificate, Convention, CA 1997
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11 1 Hyatt Regency Dallas
2 Rodriguez, Carmen
3 Romero, Frank
4 Rosales, Rosa
5 Ryder
6 Rosapepe and Spanos
7 Lucille Roybal-Allard
8 Jesus Saavedra
9 Salazar, Mary Helen (Bio)
10 Resolutions (1994-1995)
11 Rey Feo
12 Resumes
13 Puerto Rico Section 936
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12 1 Puerto Rican Political Prisoners in the U.S.
2 Quintanilla, David
3 Jess Quintero
4 Rainbow Coalition
5 Recommendation Letter
6 Reebok (Zoe Aponte)
7 Reports
8 Resolutions 1996
9 Contracts - 1996 Convention, Boston, MA
10 1996 Boston Convention “Invitees”
11 Awards 1996 – LULAC National Conference
12 Committee Appointments – 1996 Convention
13 Drafts – Boston Convention (Luncheons, Banquets, etc.)
14 Escobedo, Mary Alice
15 FTI Committee
16 Monday, July 1, 8 am, FTI Opening Session – “View of the Future”
17 Monday, July 1, 12 noon, FTI – Opening Luncheon
18 Monday, July 1, 2-3:15, “The Do’s and Don’ts Ethics” workshop
19 Tuesday, July 2, 8-9:15 am, “Career Transition Issues” workshop
20 Tuesday, July 2, 7:30 am, “Plenary Session”
21 Tuesday, July 2, 9:25 – 10:30, Federal Labor Relations workshop – “The Partnership”
22 Tuesday, July 2, 12 noon, FTI Luncheon
23 Tuesday, July 2, “Legislative Update” workshop, 2-3:15
24 Wednesday, July 3, “Plenary Session” 7:30 am
25 Wednesday, July 3, 8-9:15, “Career Opportunities through Organizational Change”
26 Wednesday, July 3, 9:30 – 10:45, Career Workshop, “A Woman’s Perspective”
27 Wednesday, July 3, 10:45 – 12 noon, America Online Cyberspace Communications
28 Wednesday, July 3, “Opening Luncheon” Senator Robert Dole – invited speaker
29 Wednesday, July 3, 2-3:15, “The Role of Empowerment, Development of Leadership Roles, and Communication Techniques”
30 Belén Robles, 7pm, Wed-July 3, Boston Reception
31 List of Names, Company, Work and Fax Numbers
32 Thursday, July 4, 7:30 am “Plenary Session”
33 Thursday, July 4, 8-9 am, “Civil Rights”
34 Thursday, July 4, 8-9 am, Economic Development
35 Thursday, July 4, 10 am, “Immigration” workshop
36 Thursday, July 4, 12 noon, “Unity Luncheon”
37 Thursday, July 4, 7 pm, Youth Banquet
38 Friday, July 5, 1996 10-11 am “Women’s Issues Panel”
39 Friday, July 5, 12 noon, Women’s Luncheon
40 Presidential Reception, Fri, July 5, 6-7
41 Friday, July 5, 7 pm, Presidential Awards Banquet
42 Emma Moreno – Fax
43 Responses to Invitations for 1996 Convention
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13 1 Transportation
2 Texsun 1996
3 Larry Serna
4 Youth Seminars
5 Delegates ’96 Convention
6 1996 National Convention Speakers
7 Puerto Rico
8 2000 and 2001 National Convention Documents
9 Omni Hotel – Washington, D.C.
10 LULAC National Training Institute Agenda
11 Referrals
12 E-mail
13 Misc. 2000 Convention documents
14 Amendments 1999
15 2000 National Convention Documents
16 2000 National Convention Documents cont’d
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14 1 Misc. 1996 Convention Documents
2 Chebo Morales
3 Fed. Training
4 Champion – Exposition Services
5 Golf Tournament
6 Digital Corporation
7 Wilkes
8 Wolpert – Hilton Hotel Dallas
9 Women’s Conference 1998
10 Walter, Audrey R.
11 Washington Trip - July 21-24, 1994
12 Welfare Reform
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15 1 White House
Appointments File
2 President Clinton’s 1998 Budget
3 Mari Carmen Aponte
4 Washington / Organizations Activity Calendar
5 Rudy Arredondo
6 Richard Barajas
7 Benitez, Juan Carlos
8 Castro, Ida
9 Contreras, Art
10 Coronado, Gil
11 DeLeon, Rafael
12 Garcia, Roland, Jr.
13 LULAC – History and Membership Package
14 Guerrero, Ruben
15 Garcia, Sylvia R.
16 Gutierrez, Ana Maria
17 Hernandez, Marife
18 Herman, Alexis M.
19 Hernandez, Acension
20 Holguin, Hector
21 Jajan, Paul S.
22 Lee, Bill Lann
23 Lopez Valdez, Abelardo
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16 Appointments File
1 Mapula, Olga
2 Martinez, Beatrice
3 Mendez, Dr. Prudencio (Bill)
4 Mireles, Kenneth C.
5 Montes, Arturo
6 Montoya, David
7 Najera, Manny
8 Obledo, Mario
9 Ochi, Rose
10 Frederick Pang
11 Ponzio, Charles
12 Quiñones, Edward
13 Richardson, Bill
14 Rodriguez, Alex
15 Rodriguez, Carmen
16 Ruiz, Jose Francisco
17 Salazar, Felix
18 Sandate, Gilbert
19 Silva, Antonio V.
20 Torres, Esteban
21 Troncoso, Jose Gerardo
22 Valdez, Walter M.
23 Weld, William
24 Dickie Montemayor
25 Roberto Cordova
26 Dr. Herman Lujan
27 John Pacheco
28 Appointments – Clinton Administration
29 1997 National LULAC Convention Planning Meeting
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17 1 LULAC National Board Meeting – October 1996
2 Fair Housing Information
3 LULAC National Board Meeting – October 1996
4 1996 Board Reports
5 1996 Board Reports cont’d
6 1996 Board Reports cont’d
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18 1 March 1996 – National Board Meeting
2 April Board Meeting Reports
3 April Board Meeting
4 Uniglobe
5 U.S. Dept. of Education
6 U.S. Dept. of Interior
7 U.S. Department of Justice
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19 1 Texas Grants
2 Trademark
3 Travel Expenses (some)
4 Trejo, Larry
5 Twin Plant
6 HEP/ UTEP
7 Univision
8 Texas
9 Treasury Department
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20 1 Project
2 Sambrano, Richard, Ch – Civil Rights Committee
3 Palomares, Roman (Housing)
4 Estrada, Ana
5 Appointments by Belén Robles
6 Amendments
7 Apodaca, Al, P.C.
8 Misc. Convention Documents
9 Misc. Convention Documents cont’d
10 Misc. Convention Documents cont’d
11 Misc. Convention Documents cont’d
12 Misc. Convention Documents cont’d
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21 1 Briefing Packet – OCC Meeting
2 LULAC Reports and Guides
3 New Council Applications
4 National Hispanic Leadership Agenda – 1996 Policy Summary
5 Public Relations Proposals
6 Eugene Obregon
7 Observer
8 Offers Declined
9 Oklahoma
10 Olmos, Edward James (visit)
11 Olmos, Edward J. – Visit of Aug. 22, 1995
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22 1 Letters of Invitation on Edward J. Olmos Reception
2 California State Director
3 Pacific Bell Foundation
4 Palomares, Mary
5 Roman Palomares
6 Patino, Dr. Douglas
7 Ed Peña
8 Pan American Bank
9 Past Debts
10 Pentagon
11 National Youth President
12 Nordstrom
13 Nogales, Alex
14 Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association (NDMA)
15 NTS
16 Norwest
17 N.Y. Department of Public Service
18 Obledo, Mario
19 National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI)
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23 1 National Hispanic Media Coalition
2 National Latino Leadership Summit
3 National Puerto Rican Coalition Inc.
4 Nevada
5 New Jersey
6 New Mexico
7 Nike
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24 1 National U.S. Citizenship
2 National Voter Registration
3 National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA)
4 National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) cont’d
5 National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) cont’d
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25 1 National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) cont’d
2 National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) cont’d
3 National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) cont’d
4 National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC)
5 National Hispanic Coalition (NHC)
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26 1 National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
2 National Executive Committee Meeting, April 19-20, 1996
3 National Coalition Hispanic Health and Human Services
4 Audit – 1994-95, National Office
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27 1 Brother Fax Machine
2 Sam’s Club
3 Shawn, Mari

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