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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

Lucy Acosta Collection, 1957-1979

David Adame Microfilm, 1937-1974

Josie Alvarado Collection, 1938

J.Xavier Bañales Collection, 1978-1979

Patricia Barela-Rivera Collection, 1980-1983

Mary Helen Berlanga Collection

Leo Cardenas Papers, 1976-1985

Alicia Corral Collection, 1987-1989

Marta Cotera Collection, 1970-1990

Fidel Dávila Collection, 1975

Andrés de Luna Collection, 1924-1955

Fred Diaz Collection, 1973-1974

Mamie García Collection, 1971-1978

Joe Garza Collection

Oscar Garza Collection

Reynaldo Gaytán Collection, 1965-1982

Irene González Collection, 1974-1980

Margaret Gonzalez Collection, 1985-1986

Refugio Granados Collection, 1974

Pitin Guajardo Collection, 1978-1983

Joel Lara Collection, 1972-1981

José Loya Collection, 1981-1982

Refugio C. Lozano Collection, 1940-1954

Gloria Lopez McKnight Collection

Sally Martinez Collection, 1986-1989

Lori Mendez Collection

Alicia Dickerson Montemayor Papers, 1934-1988 [bulk 1937-1939]

Juan Ramirez Collection, 1965-1979

Jacob I. Rodríguez Collection, 1945-1976

Mike Romo Collection, 1937-1980

Luciano Santoscoy Collection

Juan Solís Collection, 1932

Andrés Tobar Collection, 1985

José Torres Collection, 1979-1980

Robert and Ann Vazquez Collection

Oliver Douglas Weeks Collection, 1922-1932

Louis Wilmot Collection, 1927-1976

The Benson Latin American Collection

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

Part 2: General Collections



Descriptive Summary

Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Title: Part 2: General Collections
Dates: 1929-1992
Abstract: The Benson Latin American Collection is the official archival respository for the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). In addition to the records of past National Presidents collected through the Presidential Papers Project, the Benson actively collects records from individuals and state and regional organizations to preserve and provide access to the documentary history of LULAC.
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

Correspondence, minutes, publications, administrative and financial records, clippings, and photographs of various individuals involved with the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Collections are listed alphabetically by name of donor.

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Arrangement

Collections in this guide are listed in alphabetical order. A complete list of collections is below:
  • Lucy Acosta Collection
  • Josie Alvarado Collection
  • Javier Bañales Collection
  • Patricia Barela Rivera Collection
  • Mary Helen Berlanga Collection
  • Leo Cardenas Papers
  • Alicia Corral Collection
  • Marta Cotera Collection
  • Fidel Davila Collection
  • Andrés de Luna Collection
  • Fred Diaz Collection
  • Mamie Garcia Collection
  • Joe Garza Collection
  • Oscar Garza Collection
  • Reynaldo Gaytan Collection
  • Irene Gonzalez Collection
  • Margaret Gonzalez Collection
  • Refugio Granados Collection
  • Pitin Guajardo Collection
  • Joel Lara Collection
  • José Loya Collection
  • R.C. Lozano Collection
  • Gloria Lopez McKnight Collection
  • Sally Martinez Collection
  • Lori Mendez Collection
  • Alicia Dickerson Montemayor Papers
  • Juan Ramirez Collection
  • Jacob Rodriguez Collection
  • Mike Romo Collection
  • Luciano Santoscoy Collection
  • Juan Solís Collection
  • Andrés Tobar Collection
  • José Torres Collection
  • Robert and Ann Vazquez Collection
  • Oliver Douglas Weeks Collection
  • Louis Wilmot Collection
Papers of past National Presidents of LULAC are described in the Guide to Collections in the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Archives Part 1: LULAC Presidential Papers Project

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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

Part 1 of this guide, LULAC Presidential Papers Project, can be viewed by following this link: Part 1: LULAC Presidential Papers Project

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: [Collection Title], LULAC Archives, Benson Latin American Collection, the University of Texas at Austin.

Additions

Additional material is expected.

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Box and Folder Inventory

Lucy Acosta Collection, 1957-1979

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1 Texas District IV
Correspondence: District Director
1 Edward. J. Moreno, 1963
2 Manuel Villarreal, 1969-1971
3 Joe Domínguez, 1971
4 Robert Perez, 1971
5 Carlos Villescas, 1973
6-8 Ralph Murillo, 1974-1976
9 Guillermo Acosta, 1976
box folder
2 1-2 Javier Bañales, 1978-1979
Correspondence: Deputy District Director
3 Guillermo Acosta, 1964-1966
4 Correspondence: District Treasurers, 1964-1966
Administration
5 List of District Officers,
Committees
6 Committee for the Development of Mass Communication
7 Committee on Aging
8 Constitution Revision Committee
9 Sun Carnival Committee: by-laws
10 Sun Carnical Committee: correspondence
11 Council Reports
box folder
3 Finances
1 Annual audit reports
2 Budget, 1974-1975
3 District Treasurer Reports, 1971
4 District Treasurer Reports, 1976
5 El Paso National Bank:check stubs
6 El Paso National Bank: statement closing account
7 Invoices
8 Receipt books, 1963-1966
9 Receipt books, 1970-1973
10 National Convention Fund
11 Newsreport advertising
Membership
12 Former members
13 Quarterly membership reports
14 Outstanding District Member Award nominations
15 Point system
16 Ritual
box folder
4 District meetings
1 1964-1965
2 1969-1971
3 1971
4 1972-1973
5 1974-1975
6 1976
7 Special meeting with Governor Clements, 1979
District conventions
8 1969
9 1970
10 1971
11 1972
12 1974: minutes and credentials
13 1974: resolutions
14 1975
15 1976: agenda
16 1976: resolutions
17 1976: finances
18 1979
box folder
5 Individual councils
1 Duties of council officers and committees
2 Council 8
3 Council 9
4 Council 110
5 Council 132
6 Council 265
7 Council 335: Correspondence and rosters
Council 335: Scholarship committee
8 Correspondence
9 Scholarship applications
Council 335: Activities
10 Activity calendar
11 El Rey Feo
12 Starlight Ball
13 Sweetheart Ball
14 Council 613
15 Council 617
16 Council 619
17 Council 664
18 Council 4328
Sponsored activities
19 Lee Treviño Day
20 LULAC Week
21 Up With People
22 La Voz de LULAC radio program
box folder
6 Sponsored organizations
1 ABRAZAR
2 LULAC Credit Union
3 LULAC Contractor's Association
4 LULAC Death Benefit Fund
5 LULAC Economic Developement Association
6 LULAC Homes Trust of El Paso
7 LULAC National Education Service Center
8 LULAC National Enterprise Development
9 National LULAC Home Trust
Project Amistad
10 Proposal and contract
11 Funding agreement with the city of El Paso
12 By-laws
13 Board meetings
14 Director's reports
15 Correspondence
16 Interoffice memoranda
box folder
7 Caseworkers' reports
1 1976 March-April
2 1976 May
3 1976 June
4 1976 July
5 1976 August
6 1976 September
box folder
8 1 Project Bravo
SER-Jobs for Progress
2 By-laws
3 Board of Directors meetings
4 Correspondence
5 Educational Talent Search Project
6 Miscellaneous notes
Assorted printed materials
7 Award from El Paso County Medical Society
8 History of LULAC
9 Newsclippings about LULAC
10 Public relations material
Junior LULAC in El Paso
11 Correspondence
Individual councils
12 Council 26: activities
13 Council 26: awards
14 Council 75
Texas State LULAC
Correspondence
State Director
15 David Adame, 1966
16 John Campos, 1969-1971
17 Tony Bonilla, 1971-1972
Deputy State Director
18 José Kennard, 1969
Administration
19 List of State Officers
20 Financial Reports, 1971 July 31
21 Impeachment of Deputy State Director Walter Herbeck
22 State Supreme Council Meeting, 1969 November 9
23 State convention: 1971
24 State convention: 1975
National LULAC
25 Correspondence: Manuel Gonzalez, National President, 1976
Administration
26 List of National officers
27 LULAC Charter
28 National Supreme Council Meetings, 1970-1971
29 National Convention, Houston, 1966
30 National Convention, McAllen, 1970
31 National Convention, Denver, 1971
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9 Subject files
1 Apprentice Outreach Program
2 Campos, Fernando
3 Career Opportunities Program
4 Coalition of Minority Organizations
5 Cooperative Area Manpower Planning System (CAMPS)
6 Coors Boycott
7 El Paso Community College
8 El Paso Day Care Center
9 El paso Independent School District
Employment Discrimination
10 El Paso Public Schools Printing Shop
11 Gonzáles, Alfonso v. El Paso High School
12 Martin, Rosalie v. U.S. Nacy Recruiting Office
13 Peña, Rodolfo v. Fort Bliss, Complaint filed September 24, 1974
14 Correspondence: 1974-1975
15 Correspondence: 1975-1976
box folder
10 1 García, Alfred
2 Misuse of the LULAC name
3 National Conference on Spanish-speaking Elderly
4 Plans for Progress
5 Redistricting in El Paso
6 Small Business Administration in El Paso
7 Southwest Texas Local Cooperative Teacher Education Center
Personal
8 Resumé
9 Awards and certificates
10 Correspondence concerning appointments and honors
11 Nominations as Outstanding Woman of the Year
12 Newsclippings
13 Speech presented February 27, 1975, "Mujeres en LULAC"

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David Adame Microfilm, 1937-1974

box folder
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Program of the National Convention held in El Paso, 1938
Annual Fiesta Report, 1949 September
LULAC News, 1955 April
LULAC News, 1957 July
LULAC News, 1958 July
LULAC Handbook, 1961
Program of the Texas District IV Convention held in El Paso, 1965
Program of the Texas District VIII Convention held in Galveston, 1965
Program of the New Braunfels Junio LULAC Council 46 Second Anniversary Ball, 1965 September 5
Program of the Texas State Convention in Beaumont, 1964
Program of the Texas State Convention held in Lubbock, 1965
Program of the Texas State Convention held in El Paso, 1966
Program of the National Convention in Houston, 1966
LULAC News, 1966 October
LULAC News, 1967 January
Program of the San Antonio COuncil 2 Feria de las Flores, 1972
Letterhead stationery from the LULAC National Office (Hector C. Godinez, National President),
Publicity kit for LULAC week, 1961
Constitution and by-laws of the Junior League of United Latin American Citizens, undated
Constitution of the League of United Latin American Citizens, undated
Memorandum to all Texas Councils regarding the payment of state dues, undated
Memorandum to all Texas Councils expressing gratitude for their support in the recent election, undated
Memorandum to all Texas councils, undated
Memorandum to all Texas councils, undated
Letter to Eloise Moreno of Austin, 1965 April 6
Letter to Romero Vera of Groves, 1964 September 16
Letter to Paul Paredes of Beaumont, 1964 September 16
Letter to Paul Silva of Port Arthur, 1964 September 16
Letter to Raquel Pérez of El Paso, 1965 March 28
Letter to Mrs. J. Alvarado of El Paso, 1965 March 28
Letter to Marcelino Garza of News Braunfels, 1965 March 28
Letter to Richard Lopez of La Coste, 1965 March 28
Letter to Eloise Moreno of Austin, 1965 January 27
Letter to J. C. Machuca of El Paso, 1965 April 6
Letter to Mick Medina, Jr. of Texas City, 1965 March 6
Untitled, undated
Letter to Oralia R. Gonzales of Fort Stockton, March 27, 1965
Letter to Victor G. Sabalo of San Antonio, March 27, 1965
Letter to John A. Compean of Big Foot, March 27, 1965
Letter to Robert B. Cruz of San Antonio , March 27, 1965
Letter to Edson Garza of San Antonio, March 27, 1965
Letter to J. Ben Gallegos of Fort Stockton, March 27, 1965
Letter to Frank Gallardo of El Paso, March 27, 1965
Letter to Frank Licon of El Paso, March 27, 1965
Letter to Romeo of, March 27, 1965
Letter to Paul Davila of Marlin, March 27, 1965
Letter to Machuca of, April 1, 1965
Letter to Mrs. Santos G. Alvarez of San Antonio, March 28, 1965
Letter to Carolina Drusina of El Paso, March 27, 1965
Letter to Victor Guajardo of Corpus Christi, March 27, 1965
Letter to Enedino Gongora of Bryan, March 27, 1965
Letter to Pete Enriquez of Galveston, March 25, 1965
Letter to Edison Garza of San Antonio, January 27, 1965
Letter to Domingo Capillo of Waco, March 27, 1965
Letter to Miss Lillie Aguilar of Waco, April 2, 1965
Letter to Oralia Fuentes of San Antonio, April 21, 1965
Letter to Domingo Capetillo of Waco, April 2, 1965
Letter to Reymundo M. Lucio of Floresville, April 2, 1965
Letter to Manuel Torres of Lubbock, April 16, 1965
Letter to Speedy Gonzales of Beaumont, January 27, 1965
Letter to Mario Obledo of San Antonio, January 27, 1965
Letter to Frank Rodr¡guez of Fabens, January 27, 1965
District by-laws, n.d.
Letter to Carlos Truan of Corpus Christi, January 17, 1966
Letter to Romeo Vera of Port Arthur, April 30, 1966
Letter to Tony Cruz of San Antonio, June 21, 1966
Letter to Joe G. Mart¡nez of Waco, June 21, 1966
Letter to Emma Berroteran of El Paso, June 20, 1966
Letter to Ben Barnes of Austin , June 21, 1966
Letter to Richard C. White of Washington, D.C., June 21, 1966
Letter to Waggoner Carr of Austin, June 21, 1966
Letter to Ralph W. Yarborough of Washington, D.C., June 21, 1966
Letter to John Tower of Austin, June 18, 1966
Letter to Girard P. Clark of Washington, D.C., April 20, 1966
Letter to Robert Anthony of Dallas, April 20, 1966
Letter to Mr. K. W. Eppert of Chicago, April 21, 1966
Letter to Jack Moskovitz of Washington, D.C., April 22, 1966
Letter to Robert Ornelas of Dallas, April 22, 1966
Letter to George Roybal of Dallas, April 22, 1966
Letter to Humbert Aguirre of Austin, April 22, 1966
Letter to Fausto Toscano of Austin, April 22, 1966
Letter to Mario Obledo of Austin , May 1, 1966
Letter to Bob Cruz of San Antonio, May 1, 1966
Letter to Pete Tijerina of San Antonio, April 30, 1966
Letter to Edith Garcia of San Antonio, April 30, 1966
Letter to Jesse Rodriguez of Baytown, April 30, 1966
Letter to Armando R. Lira of Texas City, April 30, 1966
Letter to Adela Funston of Lubbock, April 30, 1966
Letter to Roy Velazquez of Austin, April 30, 1966
Letter to Luciano Santoscoy of El Paso, May 3, 1966
Letter to Alex Hernandez of Houston, May 1, 1966
Letter to Alfred J. Hernández of Houston, May 3, 1966
Memorandum to all Texas councils regarding the expansion program, September 19, 1964
Memorandum to all District Directors regarding the State Supreme Council meeting, August 14, 1965
Letter to Mrs. Rojas of, January 10, 1964
Letter to Lalo Garcia of Freeport, April 7, 1965
Quarterly Report of Fort Worth Council 231, December 22, 1964
Letter to Louise Guillen of San Antonio, May 4, 1965
Letter to Frank Gallardo of El Paso, April 30, 1965
Letter to Mrs. Santos Alvarez of San Antonio, May 1, 1965
Letter to Luciano Santoscoy of El Paso, May 18, 1966
Letter to Alfredo Jaquez of El Paso, May 18, 1966
Letter to Ed Moreno of El Paso, May 18, 1966
Letter to Alfredo J. Hernandez of Houston , May 18, 1966
Letter to Tony Cruz of San Antonio, May 23, 1966
Letter to Sal Berroteran of El Paso, May 18, 1966
Letter to J. Ben Gallegos of Ft. Stockton, February 15, 1965
Letter to Elisa Reyna of Port Arthur, February 16, 1965
Texas LULAC financial report July 28, 1964 through April 30, 1965 (2 copies)
Letter to Manuel Gonzales of Waco, April 18, 1966
Resolution honoring Pfc. Sam Tritico, Jr. adopted at the Texas State Convention, May 14, 1966
Letter to Hector, January 15, 1961
Parlimentary Prodeedure Seminar conducted at the National Convention in Corpus Christi, 1964
Memorandum to all Texas councils regarding rosters, September 18, 1965
Minutes of the Texas Supreme Council meeting, August 22, 1965
Minutes of the Texas State Convention held in Lubbock, 1965
List of Texas Council Presidents,
Memorandum to all Texas councils (same as item 21)
Memorandum to all Texas councils (same as item 22), April 13, 1966
Letter to Miss Cruz Ruiz of Corpus Christi,
Letter to Manuel Gonzales of Waco
Minutes of the Texas District VIII meeting held in Sugarland, November 20, 1960
Letter from Mario Obledo regarding the Texas Farm Workers Strike, August 20, 1966
Minutes of the Texas Supreme Council meeting, July 17, 1966
Memorandum from Mario Obledo to all District Directors regarding the Texas Farm Workers Strike, August 8, 1966
Memorandum to all Texas Supreme Council members regarding a special meeting (2 folders), July 8, 1966
Letter from Mario Obledo to Danny Sendejas of Galveston, March 28, 1966
Beaumont LULACKER published by Beaumont Council 235, February 1966
Program of the Texas District IX convention held in Port Arthur, 1966
Letter from Romeo Vera of Groves, 1965
List of Texas District IX council officers
Texas District IX Director's Report, n.d.
Minutes of the Texas District IX convention, 1965
Minutes of the Texas State Convention, 1964
Letter from Governor John Connally, October 2, 1964
Memorandum to all councils regarding "State Proposals", August 10, 1963
Minutes of the Texas State Convention(same as item 133), 1964
Minutes of the area meeting held in Galveston, September 13, 1964
Program of Texas State Convention held in Beaumont,(same as item 10) 1964
Minutes of the Texas State Convention held in Lubbock, 1965
"Borden Routeman Aids Young Citizens" (newsclipping), January 12, 1965
Letter from Roberto Rio Ugartechea of Cuidad Juárez,Mexico, May 3, 1965
Letter from Judson F. Williams of El Paso, May 6, 1965
[Unknown item, unlisted]
Letter from Glenn E. Woodard of El Paso, May 7, 1965
Letter from Daniel Lemus G. of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico
Letter from Arnoldo Cabada de la O of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, May 6, 1965
Telegram from Fred Hervey of El Paso, May 7, 1965
Telegram from Judson F. Williams of El Paso, May 7, 1965
Telegram from Richard Telles of El Paso, May 8, 1965
Telegram from the Cámara Nacional de Comércio of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, May 7, 1965
Minutes of the Texas Supreme Council meeting, January 10, 1965
Program of the Texas Supreme Council meeting, January 10, 1965
Cursillo Newsletter published by the Diocese of Galveston-Houston, February 18, 1966
Handbill announcing the Texas State Convention to be held in El Paso, 1966
Brochure from the Hotel Camino Real of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico
Minutes of the Texas State Convention held in El Paso, 1966
Letter from E. J. Moreno of El Paso, May 5, 1966
Letter from E. J. Moreno of El Paso, January 25, 1966
Letter to Ed of El Paso, April 9, 1966
Letter to Ed Moreno of El Paso, March 17, 1966
Letter from E. J. Moreno of El Paso, March 14, 1966
Letter to E. J. Moreno from Larry Steele of El Paso, March 9, 1966
Minutes of the Texas State Convention Committee, 1966
Letter to Lawrence J. Reid of Los Angeles from E. J. Moreno, March 15, 1966
Letter to George Hockrein of El Paso from E. J. Moreno, March 14, 1966
Letter to Richard C. White of Washington, D.C. from E. J. Moreno, March 14, 1966
Letter to Hubert Humphrey of Washington, D.C. from E. J. Moreno, March 7, 1966
Letter to Joseph Montoya of Washington D.C. from E. J. Moreno, March 7, 1966
Letter to Ed Moreno of El Paso (5 copies), January 13, 1966
Letter to Alfred J. Hernandez of Houston, May 18, 1966
Proclamation of President Lyndon Baines Johnson honoring LULAC, February 11, 1966
Letter from Alfred J. Hernandez of Houston, February 15, 1966
Letter to Jesse Vela of Norwalk, California from Alfred J. Hernandez, March 2, 1966
Letter to Tomas H. Vela of Laredo, July 7, 1964
Program of the Laredo Council 12 Installation Banquet, May 21, 1966
An exclusive life insurance program designed especially for members and associate members of League of United Latin American Citizens
Memorandum from William Bonilla, National President regarding the LULAC Insurance Program, n.d.
To better serve your insurance needs ...
Memorandum from Robert Cruz, National Insurance Chairman, regarding the LULAC Insurance Program , December 1, 1964
LULAC Insurance application
An exclusive life insurance plan specially for members of LULAC
Letter from Fred Post of Dallas, February 8, 1965
Letter from Thomas R. Young, November 30, 1964
Minutes of the National Convention held in San Antonio, 1960
List of Texas District Directors
List of National officers (Felix Tijerina, President)
List of State Directors
List of Texas District Governors and councils,
List of councils
Three resolutions from El Paso Council 132, February 25, 1966
Minutes of the Texas Supreme Council meeting, January 10, 1965
State Proposals
Proclamation announcing the Texas State Convention to be held May 13-15, 1966, March 25, 1966
Minutes of the Texas Supreme Council meeting, March 27, 1966
Outstanding LULAC council District Nine award points evaluation program ,
Letter from Richard White of Washington, D.C., May 23, 1966
Letter to Richard White of Washington, D.C., June 21, 1966
Letter to Waggoner Carr of Austin, June 21, 1966
Press release from the Office of Texas Attorney General announcing the naming of Waggoner Carr as Outstanding Attorney General, May 19, 1966
Letter from Ralph W. Yarborough of Washington, D.C., May 17, 1966
Letter to Ralph W. Yarborough of Washington, D.C., June 21, 1966
Press release from the Waggoner Carr Headquarters of Austin, May 10, 1966
Program of San Jacinto Day at San Jacinto State Park, April 21, 1965
Letter from Preston Smith of Lubbock, n.d.
Letter from Fausto S. Toscano of Austin, May 11, 1966
Letter from Bob Casey of Washinton, D.C., March 30, 1965
Letter from Fausto S. Toscano of Austin, March 18, 1964
Letter from George J. Roybal of Dallas, May 10, 1966
Letter from Waggoner Carr of Austin, June 24, 1966
Letter from Preston Smith of Austin, June 11, 1965
Quarterly Report from San Antonio Council 282, April 30, 1966
Election Report from Lubbock Council 263, February 11, 1966
Quarterly Report frm San Antonio Council 187, March 31, 1966
Quarterly Report from Beaumont Council 337, May 10, 1966
Quarterly Report from Beaumont Council 235, September 12, 1964
Quarterly Report from Galveston Council 151, April 9, 1965
Texas LULAC financial report July 28, 1964 through April 30, 1965

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Josie Alvarado Collection, 1938

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1 Photograph of LULAC meeting in Ft. Stockton, Texas (5x7 black and white print), December 18, 1938

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J.Xavier Bañales Collection, 1978-1979

Office files as Director, Texas District IV.
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1 General correspondence, 1978-1980
1 June 1978-December 1979
2 1980
Texas District IV, 1978-1980
3 List of officers
4 By-laws
5 Calendar of events
6 Meeting procedures
Newsletter
7 Advertising
8 Postal receipts
9 Quarterly reports
10 Scholarships
11 Tax exempt number
12 Treasurer's report
13 Award of merit
District meetings
14 Agendas
15 Minutes
District conventions, 1978
16 Agenda and program
17 Delegate credentials
18 Resolutions
19 Treasurer's report
District conventions, 1979
20 Agenda
21 Delegate credentials
22 Resolutions
23 Treasurer's report
24 Assorted notes
25 District convention, 1980
Sponsored organizations
Housing
26 El paso Youth Home
27 LULAC Villa del Norte Apartments
28 National LULAC Home Trust
29 Vivienda Development
30 LULAC Federal Credit Union
Project Amistad
31 Correspondence
32 Finanacial reports
33 Project Bravo
34 SER-Jobs for Progress
Sponsored activities
35 LULAC Week
36 Medal of HOnor Banquet, 1976
37 Current Issues Workshop, 1978
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2 Individual councils
1 El Paso Council 8
2 El Paso Council 9
3 El Paso Council 75
4 El Paso Council 132
5 El Paso Council 335
6 El Paso Council 617
7 El Paso Council 664
8 El Paso Council 4328
9 Van Horn Council
10 Youth Council 26
Texas State LULAC
Correspondence
11 Ruben Bonilla, State Director, 1978-1979
12 Raul Vasquez, State Director, 1979-1980
13 David Salinas, Deputy State Director for Youth
Administration
14 Appointed officers
15 District directors
16 Texas councils
17 Proposed budget, 1979-1980
State Executive Board meetings
18 Agenda and notes
19 Resolutions passed, November 4, 1978
State Convention, Laredo, 1978
20 Minutes and notes
21 Resolutions
State Convention, El Paso, 1979
22 Civic center contract
23 Program
24 Resolutions
Sponsored organizations, 1978
25 Hispanics Organized for Political Education (HOPE)
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3 1 Correspondence with Ruben Bonilla, National President
Administration
2 List of officers
3 Application for Youth Council Charter
4 Application for membership
5 Certificate of membership
National Conventions
National Convention held in Las Vegas, 1978
6 General Information
7 Nomination of Manuel Flores as LULAC Man of the Year
National Convention held in Houston, 1979
8 President's report
9 Endorsements for the campaign of Ruben Bonilla as National President
10 National Convention held in Washington, D.C., 1980
11 Sponsored event: National Hispanic Women's Conference, 1979
Subject Files
12 Carter Administration
13 Census of 1980
14 Chihuahuita Barrio Center
15 Concilio de El Paso
16 Corpus Christi Independent School District(LULAC, et al, vs. Dana Williams, et al)
17 El Paso Chamber of Commerce
18 El Paso Electric Company
19 El Paso Housing Authority
20 El Paso Municipal Court
21 El Paso redistricting
Employment discrimination
22 Gilbert Martinez Carrasco v. Kraft
23 Eduardo Molina v. El Paso Independent School District
24 El Paso County
25 Ft. Bliss (U.S. Army)
26 U.S. Custom Service
27 English only rule at the State National Bank
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4 1 Hispanic Employment Program Coordinators Council of El Paso
2 Governor's Advisory Committee on Education
3 Law enforcement and civil rights
4 Meeting with Governor Clements
University of Texas at El Paso
5 Center for InterAmerican Studies
6 Discrimination
7 Miscellaneous
8 Wilderness Park Coalition
Printed materials
9 El Paso District IV Newsreport
10 LULAC Story/El Paso brochure
11 Newsclippings about LULAC
12 Assorted newsclippings
Photographs
13 28 color slides
Sound Recording
14 "LULAC te felecito", 45 rpm record
Personal
15 Campaign for El Paso ISD Board of Trustees, 1980

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Patricia Barela-Rivera Collection, 1980-1983

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1 National Women's Executive Committee
Correspondence, 1980-1981
1 Incoming
2 Outgoing
National Executive Board meetings
3 Board meeting, October 9-11, 1980
4 Board meeting, March 5-7, 1981
5 National Convention held in Washington, D.C., 1980
National Vice-President for Women
Correspondence, 1981
6 Incoming
7 Outgoing
Correspondence, 1982
8 Incoming
9 Outgoing
Correspondence, 1983
10 Incoming
11 Outgoing
12 State Women's Coordinator appointments

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Mary Helen Berlanga Collection

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1 Correspondence
1 General Correspondence
LULAC Administration--National
2 List of national officers
3 Supreme Council meetings
Debts
4 Banco Internacional de Arizona
5 Sampson Enterprises
6 Travel expenses
LULAC-sponsored organizations
7 LULAC Abrazar
LULAC National Education Service Centers (LNESC)
8 Correspondence
9 Executive Director's Report, October 1975
10 Annual audit, 1975
11 Grant proposal
12 LULAC Office of Minority Business Enterprise
Miscellaneous
13 National Congress of Hispanic American Citizens
14 Assorted notes

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Leo Cardenas Papers, 1976-1985

Leo Cardenas was a national vice president, Colorado state director, and magazine editor for LULAC.
The collection, in two boxes, is currently unprocessed but is open to researchers.
box
1 Chair, Board of Directors, LULAC National Educational Service Centers, 1980-1981; Board Director, 1979-1983
LULAC State Director for Colorado, 1976-1977
box
2 Editor, LULAC/Latino Magazine, 1979 (magazine revived) to 1985; chair, LULAC Communications, Inc.

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Alicia Corral Collection, 1987-1989

Office files as President, Professional Women's Council 2873 in Los Angeles.
box
1 Professional Women's Council 2873 (Los Angeles)
Installation and Awards Banquet
1987
1988
1989
Reception for Fred Alvarez, Assistant Secretary of Labor

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Marta Cotera Collection, 1970-1990

box folder
1 1 General correspondence, 1971-1980
2 Austin Council 650, 1989-1990
3 Printed materials: "The League of United latin American Citizens and Education" by Marjorie Jean Fuquay
4 Newsclippings

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Fidel Dávila Collection, 1975

Office files as Executive Director.
box
1 Correspondence
General
1 July 1975
2 August 1975
3 September 1975
4 October 1975
5 November 1975
6 December 1975
7 Joseph Benítes, Immediate Past President
8 Elsa de la Vara, National Office Manager
LULAC Adminstration-National
9 Council status report June 30, 1975
Accounts payable
10 American Express
11 Banco de las Americas
12 IBM
13 Internal Revenue Service
14 J. J. Kessler Associates
15 Moses R. Luna
16 John S. Morín
17 Mountain Bell Telephone
18 Pitney Bowes
19 Sánchez and Sedillo
20 George Welch
21 Hotels
22 Travel
23 [Unknown item]
24 Assorted invoices

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Andrés de Luna Collection, 1924-1955

box
1 Order Sons of America
1 Day book containing minutes, 1924-1928
2 Ledger recording dues payments, 1928-1933
LULAC
National correspondence and records
3 1927-1929
4 1935-1939
5 1940-1942
6 Corpus Christi Council 1, 1936-1955
Memorabilia
7 Program of the dedication of Chester L. Heath School in Corpus Christi by the Order Sons of America, September 13, 1925
Name tag from the National Convention held in Corpus Christi, 1952
Personal
8 Correspondence and records, 1929-1941
9 Speeches

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Fred Diaz Collection, 1973-1974

box
1 Houston Council 60
1 Correspondence
2 Council Activities, 1973-1974
3 Information about Juan Ramirez
National LULAC
National convention held in El Paso, 1974
4 General information
5 Nomination of Fred Diaz as National LULAC Man of the Year
Subject Files
6 Traget price program for rice:Testimony before the Oilseeds and Rice Subcommittee of the House Agriculture Committee, 1974
Photographs
7 Two 5x7 black and white prints
Miscellaneous
8 LULAC Shield

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Mamie García Collection, 1971-1978

box
1 Texas Women's Affairs Committee,
1 Correspondence, 1971-1972
Texas District VIII
2 Correspondence, 1976-1978
3 List of officers
Annual reports
4 1976-1977
5 1977-1978
6 Treasurer's report, October 28, 1977
7 District meetings, 1977-1978
District conventions
8 1977
9 1978
10 Stationery
Subject Files
Death of José Campos Torres
11 Correspondence and notes
12 Newsclippings
Printed Materials
13 LULAC programs
Newsclippings
14 "Del escritorio de Mamie García"
15 Newsclippings about LULAC
16 Assorted newsclippings
Personal
17 Biographical information

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Joe Garza Collection

box
1 LULAC
1 General Correspondence
2 LULAC Week proclamation
3 Feria de las Flores programs
Personal
4 Vita
5 Certificates
6 Texas Legislature resolutions in his honor
7 Political campaigns
8 Roster of Verterans of World War I
9 Miscelaneas
10 Printed materials
Photographs
11 Eight prints
Memorabilia
12 "Friendship's Road," framed poem presented by Corpus Christi Council 1, 1940
box
2 Oversized Material
1 Outstanding Citizen Award presented by the United Married Couples Club, 1963
Newsclippings
2 LULAC
3 Personal
4 Political campaigns
Tear Sheets
5 LULAC
6 Personal
7 Political campaigns
Photograph
Dr.54 304th Motor Repair Unit Band, 1918

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Oscar Garza Collection

box
1 National Convention held in San Antonio : Videocassette of the proceedings, 1982
1 English version
2 Spanish version

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Reynaldo Gaytán Collection, 1965-1982

box
1 Junior LULAC Administration
Correspondence
1 Junior LULAC President, 1966-1968
2 Immediate Past President, 1968
3 List of councils
4 List of officers, 1969-1970
5 National Supreme Council meetings, 1967-1969
6 National Convention held in Long Beach, 1969
7 Steps and aids in organizing a Junior Council
8 The role of Junior LULAC in relation to the goals of LULAC(speech presented January 29, 1967)
9 Analysis: Junior League of Latin American Citizens
10 Assorted notes
Senior LULAC
11 National Convention held in Albuequerque, 1981
12 Texas State Executive Board meeting, March 1982
Austin Council 650
13 Scholarship Committee
14 Stationery
Subject Files
15 Bilingual education
Farmworkers March, 1966
16 Correspondence
17 Newsclippings
18 Mexican American Youth Conference, 1968
Printed Materials
19 District II Reports (El Paso), October 1966
20 New Braunfels Council 46 Anniversary Ball programs, 1965-1967
21 Newsclippings about LULAC
22 Assorted newsclippings
23 Convention name tags and ribbons
24 Distinguished Service certificate (blank)
25 Farmworker's Huelga decal
Photograph
26 Austin Council 650 (8x10 black and white print)

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Irene González Collection, 1974-1980

box
1 Houston Council 696
1 Correspondence
2 Activity log, 1975-1976
3 Activity report, 1977-1978
Committees
4 Affirmative action
Membership
5 Correspondence and notes
6 Applications received
7 Mailing list
8 Treasurer's notes
9 Assorted notes
Meetings
10 May 20, 1976
11 June 3, 1976
12 June 22, 1976
13 July 6, 1976
14 July 20, 1976
15 August 17m 1976
16 August 23, 1976
17 September 7, 1976
18 September 21, 1976
19 October 19, 1976
20 November 9, 1976
21 January 18, 1977
22 February 15, 1977
23 March 1, 1977
24 April 18, 1978
Sponsored activities
25 LULAC week, 1976
Meet the candidate night, 1977
26 Correspondence
27 Candidate information
28 Assorted notes
Texas District VIII
29 Correspondence
30 Houston Council 60
31 Houston Council 688
National LULAC
32 LULAC National Enterprise Development, Inc.
33 Nomination of Ruben Bonilla as LULAC Man of the Year, 1973-1974
box
2 Subject Files
1 Death of José Campos Torres
2 Gary Job Corps Center, San Marcos
3 Bill Gutiérrez Memorial Scholarship
Commemoration of General Ignacio Zaragoza
4 Correspondence, 1977-1980
5 Printed program
6 Assorted notes
7 Newsclippings
8 Photographs
Printed Materials
9 Assorted newsclippings

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Margaret Gonzalez Collection, 1985-1986

Office files as Texas District VIII Director.
box
1 Texas District VIII
1 Latino Learning Center
2 Latino Learning Center

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Refugio Granados Collection, 1974

box
1 Westlaco Council 291
Dedication of the Memorial to the Heroes of World War II,Korea, and Vietnam
1 Press releases and newsclippings
2 Photographs
Oversize Architect's model

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Pitin Guajardo Collection, 1978-1983

box
1 Laredo Council 12
Sponsored activities
1 Noche Mexicana, 1981
2 Noche Mexicana, 1982
3 Señor International Award
4 Newsclippings
5 Bumper sticker, "National Council of the Decade"

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Joel Lara Collection, 1972-1981

box
1 Houston Council 60
1 Correspondence
2 List of activities, 1973-1974
3 Council meeting minutes
Finances
4 Statement of receipts and disbursements
5 bank statements
6 Assorted documents
Golf Tournament
7 Financial reports
8 Programs
9 Scholarships
LULAC Administration-National
National Convention held in Houston, 1979
10 Financial report
11 Program advertising sales report
Printed Materials
12 Texas District VIII convention programs
13 El Paso Ladies Council 335 Annual Starlight Ball program, 1973
14 Houston Council 688 Annual Seminar program, 1979

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José Loya Collection, 1981-1982

box folder
1 1 LULAC Ville del Norte Apartments, El Paso, 1981
2 Photograph of El Paso LULAC members, 1982

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Refugio C. Lozano Collection, 1940-1954

box folder
1 1 Scrapbook containing newsclippings and memorabilia, 1940-1946
2 Scrapbook containing newsclippings and memorabilia, 1938-1954

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Gloria Lopez McKnight Collection

No guide is currently available.

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Sally Martinez Collection, 1986-1989

box
1 Correspondence
1 1987-1988
2 1989
3 1990
4 1991
5 1992
LULAC Adminstration-National
6 Jose de Lara, National President
7 Jose Vela, National President
Vice President for the Far West
8 Correspondence
9 Resolutions
Vice President for the Northeast
10 1989
11 1990-1992
12 Vice President for the Southwest
Vice President for Women
13 Activity reports
14 Women's issues survey
Women's Hall of Fame awards
15 Correspondence
16 Recipients
17 Other nominees
Women's Hall of Fame awards, 1992
18 Assorted nominations
19 Nomination for Cookie Ortiz
box folder
2 1 Vice President for Youth
2 List of national officers
3 List of councils
4 New councils
5 Budget
6 Financial reports
7 LULAC National Reporter
8 LULAC National Survey/ Assessment
9 Resolutions
National Executive Board
10 Correspondence
Board meetings
11 January 14, 1988
12 October 22, 1988
13 April 21-22, 1989
14 August 26, 1989
15 October 26, 1989
16 February 23-24, 1990
17 July 14, 1990
18 August 15-18, 1990
19 October 25-28, 1990
20 April 26-27, 1991
21 October 17-20, 1991
22 February 20-22, 1992
23 May 1-2, 1992
box folder
1 24 LULAC National Annual Convention Committee
25 Recommendations for national conventions
National Conventions
26 National convention held in Las Vegas, 1986
27 National convention held in Corpus Christi, 1987
National convention held in Dallas, 1988
28 Progress report
29 Agenda and notes
30 Minutes
31 Financial statement
National convention held in Washington, D.C., 1989
32 Correspondence
33 Program and agenda
34 Corporate sponsorship information
35 National convention held in Albuquerque, 1989
36 National convention held in Chicago, 1991
National convention held in San Antonio, 1992
37 Correspondence
38 Agenda
box
3 LULAC Administration-States
Arizona
1 State Director
2 Tuscon Council 1057
California
3 State Director
4 State Director for Youth
State convention, 1990
5 Agenda and notes
6 Correspondence
7 Financial records
8 State convention, 1991
9 State convention, 1992
10 State Ball, 1986
11 District I (Orange County)
Individual councils
12 Fresno Council 2863
13 Irvin Council 2064
14 Long Beach Council
15 Professional Women's Council 2873
16 Colorado
17 Florida
18 Illinois
19 Indiana
Maryland
20 State Director
21 Assorted councils
22 Nevada
New Mexico
23 Albuquerque council 8005
24 Silver City council 8003
Texas
25 State Director
Districts
26 District VIII
27 District XV
Individual councils
28 Houston council 402
29 Laredo council 12
30 San Antonio council 2: correspondence
31 San Antonio council 2: newsclippings
32 Virginia
Washington, D.C.
33 State Director
34 Assorted councils
35 Wisconsin
box
4 LULAC-Sponsored Organizations
1 Hispanic Hall of Fame, 1991
2 Hispanic Hall of Fame, 1992
3 LULAC Business Council
LULAC Foundation
4 Correspondence, 1987-1988
5 Correspondence, 1989-1990
6 Executive Director
7 Business Advisory Council
8 Draft Strategic/Business Plan
9 Financial
10 Multi-Service Center
11 Projects
12 Printed materials
13 LULAC Housing
LULAC National Educational Service Centers
14 Report, 1988
15 Report, 1989
16 Scholarship fund
17 National Economic Development Board
18 National Education Committee
19 LULAC National Partnership for Literacy
20 SER-Jobs for Progress
box
5 Subject Files
1 Congressional Hispanic Caucus
2 Drug Enforcement Administration
3 Education
4 English Only
5 English Plus
6 Gomez, Sammy
7 Gonzalez, Margaret (impeachment)
8 Greenlining Plan
9 Hydro relicensing
10 Latino Learning Center
11 MALDEF
12 National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs
13 North American Free Trade Agreement
14 Ila Plasencia (impeachment)
15 Puerto Rico
16 Soliz, Olga (resume)
17 White House Hispanic Heritage Awards

18 LULAC campaign materials
Newsclippings
19 About LULAC
20 Assorted
Photographs
21 Scoreboard welcome to LULAC officals at Royal Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri (April 1991)
box
6 Ephemera
Name tags and business cards
National convention held in Washington, D.C., 1989
T-shirt with logo
Coffee cup with logo
Ceramic tile with logo
Bumper sticker
Campaign buttons
Ball-point pen "Velez for Prez"

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Lori Mendez Collection

box
1 San Antonio Council 602
1 General correspondence
2 Roster of members
3 Attendence records
4 Minutes
5 Treasurer's reports
6 Ways and Means Committee
Sponsored events
7 Annual Scholarship Awards
8 Assorted activities

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Alicia Dickerson Montemayor Papers, 1934-1988 [bulk 1937-1939]

Correspondence, written works, and a few clippings document the involvement of Alicia (Alice) Dickerson Montemayor with LULAC in the 1930s when Montemayor was Associate Editor for LULAC News and 2nd Vice-President General.
box
3 Correspondence, 1934-1978
The bulk of Montemayor's correspondence is with Mauro M. Machado, then Past President and Organizer General of LULAC, and with Director of Publicity J.C. (Juan) Machuca of El Paso. Other noteworthy correspondents include J.T. Canales and Filemon T. Martinez. Another large portion of the correspondence is that of Machuca with various individuals including Alonso Perales, Canales, Jacob Rodriguez, Machado, and E.D. Salinas. This material is part (in Box 3) of the larger collection of the Alice Dickerson Montemayor Papers, 1920-1989.
1 Montemayor with Mauro Machado, 1937-1939
2 Montemayor with J.C. Machuca, 1936-1937
3 Montemayor with J.C. Machuca, 1938-1939
4 Montemayor with J.C. Machuca, 1940-1944, 1976-1978
5 Montemayor with Various, 1937-1940
6 J.C. Machuca with Various, 1937-1938
7 J.C. Machuca with Various, 1939
8 Various Correspondence, 1934-1937
Ladies Council 15 (Laredo), 1937
9 Correspondence, 1937
10 Minutes, 1937
11 Financial, 1937
Other Documents,
12 Council 16 Year Book, 1936-1937
13 Speeches, N.d.
14 Materials on J.C. Machuca, 1979, N.d.
15 Submission to LULAC News by "Anonymous," N.d.
16 "Alice Dickerson Montemayor and the Feminist Challenge to LULAC in the 1930s" by Cynthia Orozco, 1988
17 Various, N.d.

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Juan Ramirez Collection, 1965-1979

box
1 LULAC Administration-National
List of National Officers
1 1965-1966
2 1967-1968
3 National Supreme Council meetings, 1966-1967
4 Junior LULAC
LULAC Administration-States
5 List of councils by state
Texas
6 State Director
7 Texas Supreme Council meeting, December 3, 1966
8 List of Texas councils
Districts
9 Districts II and IV
District VIII
10 District Director
11 District Convention, 1976
Individual councils
12 El Paso Council 12
13 Houston Council 60
14 Houston Council 688
Miscellaneous
15 LULAC Week resolution, 1968
16 LULAC campaign materials
17 Newsclippings about LULAC
18 LULAC Shield decal

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Jacob I. Rodríguez Collection, 1945-1976

box
1 General Correspondence
1 1953-1959
2 1960-1964
3 1965-1966
4 1967
5 1968
6 1969-1970
7 1971-1975
8 undated
box
2 LULAC Administration-National
1 Rosters of officers
2 Supreme Council meetings
3 National conventions
4 Resolutions
5 LULAC Handbook, 1960-1961
6 Miscellaneous
LULAC Administration-Texas
General
7 Correspondence
8 Rosters of officials
Districts
9 Texas District IV
10 Texas District XV
Councils
11 Corpus Christi Council 1
San Antonio Council 2
12 General correspondence, meetings, resolutions
13 Rosters
14 Flying squadron report, 1960
Feria de las Flores
15 Correspondence
16 La Feria de las Flores, the festival with a purpose
17 Program advertising
Programs
18 1961, 1968-1969
19 1970-1974
Forty-first anniversary celebration
20 Correspondence
21 Proclamations
22 San Antonio Council 363
LULAC-sponsored Organizations
23 LULAC Housing
SER-Jobs for Progress
24 Correspondence
25 Conference speeches
26 Assorted notes
box folder
3 Little School of the 400
Correspondence
1 1959
2 1960
3 1961-1962
4 1963
5 1964
6 1965
7 1966
8 1967
9 1968
10 1969-1970
11 1971-1972
12 n.d.
13 Memorandum on LULAC Promotional Program for Pre-School Education
14 Assorted memoranda and announcements
15 Form letters from participant schools
box folder
4 1 Bylaws
2 Pre-School Recruitment Committee
3 Progress reports
4 Participant reports
Field representatives
5 Instructions
6 Reports
Proposals
7 Tentative Program - Office of Preschool Literacy and Equal Employment Opportunities Promotion and Development
8 Migrant Pre-School Recruitment and Parental Involvement Program
9 Preschool Recruitment and Parental Involvement Program
Grant applications
10 Application for Federal Aid for a Statewide and National Promotional Campaign
11 Office of Economic Opportunity Community Action Program
12 Preliminary Application for Programs Under the Bilingual Education Act
Finances
13 Budgets
14 Financial statements
15 Receipts
16 List of donors
17 Recuerdos, primer anuario
18 Resolutions of support
19 Stationery
20 Assorted notes
21 Printed instructional materials
box
5 Subject Files
Education
1 Adult education
2 Bilingual education
3 Del Rio Schools
Harlandale Independent School District
4 General
5 Career Education Program
6 Head Start
7 Technical-Vocational education
8 Texas Conference for the Mexican American-Improving Educational Opportunities
9 Texas Education Agency
10 Printed materials
Fiestas Patrias
11 Correspondence
12 Programs
13 Government programs
14 Hispanic organizations
15 Immigration
16 International Good Neighbor Council
17 League of Civic Leaders
18 Methodist Church
Mexican Chamber of Commerce
19 Correspondence
20 Speeches delivered at meetings
21 Proposal to the City of San Antonio
box folder
6 1 Mexico
2 Migrant labor
National Hispanic Evaluation Conference
3 Correspondence
4 Agendas, minutes, notes
5 Expenses
6 Republican Party
7 San Antonio Charro Association
8 San Antonio agencies and organizations
9 Sembradores de Amistad
10 Texas Legislature
11 Turista, Inc.
United Organizations of San Antonio
12 Correspondence
13 Constitution and bylaws
14 List of member clubs
15 Meetings
16 Tentative Plan for Organization
17 U.S. Congress
Printed Materials
18 Order Sons of America Opening and Closing Ode (My Country, 'Tis of Thee)
19 Articles by Julian Nava
20 Articles by various other authors
21 Miscellaneous
box
7 Personal
1 Biographical material
2 Certificates and awards
Writings
Letters to the Editor
3 1959-1972
4 undated
5 Newsclippings
6 Translations
Essays
7 An American Anthology
8 Declaration of Independence, 1970 style
9 Exploring and analyzing Mexican misnomers and misconceptions
10 Francisco (Pancho) Villa
11 George Washington's prayer
12 Mexicans? Mexican Americans? Chicanos? All Wrong!!
No Mexican Americans, much less "Chicanos"
13 Drafts
14 Published work
15 "North from Mexico", a book review and critique
16 Now look at today's Spanish speaking Americans
box folder
8 1 On the lands of the Palo Duro
2 Pascual Ladrillo, the Joe Doe with the Spanish surname, is white
3 Rope and Tallow
4 This is my sotry (and I must live with it)
5 Trade and amiable relations with mexico must be a two-way street
6 About LULAC
7 About the history of Texas and Mexico
8 About religion
9 About San Antonio
10 Assorted topics
11 Incomplete copies and notes
Americanos Period of San Antonio
12 Correspondence
13 Book orders
14 Printing expenses
15 Real estate papers
16 Federal income tax reports
17 Receipts
18 Class notes
19 Sympathy cards sent to Mrs. Rodriguez
20 Assorted family items
box
9 Photographs
San Antonio Council 2
1 Council members (20 prints)
Feria de las Flores
2 Officials and scholarship recipients (8 prints)
3 Pageant contestants (17 prints)
4 Rey Feo contestants (12 prints)
Little School of the 400
5 Operation Little School bulletin board (2 prints)
6 Alamo Heights classes (3 prints)
7 Del Rio class program (7 prints)
8 Lockhart classes (2 prints)
9 Unidentified school class (1 print)
10 SER-Jobs for Progress (3 prints)
11 Mexican Chamber of Commerce (12 prints)
12 Politicians (13 prints)
13 Publicity photos of Mexican performers (6 prints)
14 Assorted photographs (12 prints)

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Mike Romo Collection, 1937-1980

box
1 Correspondence
1 1962-1969
2 1970-1971
3 1972
4 1973-1979
LULAC Administration-National
5 Correspondence with National Officers
6 Rosters, 1963-1970
7 Organizational chart, 1954-1955, undated
8 Report of the National President, 1963
9 Supreme Educational program, 1963
10 Supreme Council meetings, 1970-1971
National Conventions
11 National Convention held in Phoenix, 1961
12 National Convention held in El Paso, 1962
13 National Convention held in Anaheim, 1963
14 National Convention held in Bensenville, Illinois, 1965
15 National Convention held in Phoenix, 1967
16 National Convention held in San Antonio, 1968
17 National Convention held in McAllen, 1970
18 National Convention held in Beaumont, 1972
19 National Convention held in El Paso, Texas, 1974
20 Campaign material, 1967-1974
Sponsored Organizations
21 National LULAC Home, 1962-1965
22 SER-jobs for Progress, 1969
23 Receipts, 1962
24 Forms, undated
LULAC Administration-States
box folder
2 Arizona
1 Arizona Economic Development Association, 1970
2 LULAC Week Fiesta, 1970
3 Phoenix Council 284
4 List of state officers, 1961-1963
5 San Gabriel Council 338
6 New Mexico: southwestern district convention, 1964
LULAC Administration-Texas
7 List of state officers, 1961-1962
8 Texas Supreme Council meetings, 1961-1965
Texas District IV
9 Correspondence, 1962-1974
10 Administration, 1962-1973
11 By-laws, 1959-1972
12 Duties of District Officers
13 Officer and membership rosters, 1962-1974
14 Activity reports, 1963-1969
15 Financial reports, 1964-1975
District conventions
16 Delegates, 1963, 1967
17 Programs, 1960-1971
Sponsored activities
18 General, 1963-1976
19 Sun Carnival, 1968
20 Newsletters, 1967, 1973, 1975
box
3 LULAC Administration-Texas
Individual councils
El Paso Council 8
1 Correspondence, 1962-1980
2 By-laws, 1937-1962
3 Manuals and procedural guides
4 Membership rosters, 1967-1974
5 Past Presidents and Hall of Fame Members
6 Potential members, 1972, 1975, undated
7 Meeting agenda and notes, 1967-1973
8 Financial records, 1961-1973, undated
9 Forms
10 Program advertising sales, 1971-1973, undated
Sponsored activities
11 General
12 New Year's Eve Benefit Ball programs, 1972-1973
13 Scholarships, 1973
14 Speeches, 1962-1974, undated
15 Newsletters
16 Notes, 1963, 1974, undated
box folder
4 El Paso Council 9
1 Correspondence, rosters, etc., 1969-1976, undated
2 LULAC Week program, 1974
3 Debutante Ball, 1975
4 El Paso Council 79
5 El Paso Council 110
El Paso Council 132
6 General, 1962-1973, undated
7 Fiesta de las FLores Coronation Ball programs, 1970-1972
8 El Paso Council 335
9 El Paso Council 613
10 El Paso Council 617
11 El Paso Council 664
Junior LULAC
12 National administration
13 Texas District II
14 El Paso Council 26
15 El Paso Council 75
LULAC News
16 Correspondence, 1961-1975
17 News articles, 1962-1975, undated
18 Advertising rates and forms, 1967, undated
19 Advertising requests, 1962, undated
20 Advertising statements, 1961-1962
21 Printing invoices, 1961-1962
22 Receipts and notes, 1961-1963, undated
LULAC News
box folder
5 1 LULAC histories
Newsclippings about LULAC
2 1959-1960
3 1961-1962
4 1962-1964
5 1965
6 1966-1967
7 1968
8 1969
9 1970
10 1971
11 1972
12 1973
13 1974
14 1975-1976
15 undated
16 Memorabilia
Personal
17 Biographical information, 1964-1980, undated
18 Certificates of appreciation, 1971-1974
Political material
19 Correspondence, 1963-1970, undated
20 Newclippings, 1962-1969
21 Newsclippings, 1970-1975
22 Assorted printed material, 1962-1969
23 Address book, undated
24 Directory of musical groups undated
25 Receipts, 1962-1975, undated
26 Miscellaneous
box
6 Photographs
1 LULAC events, 1960s
2 LULAC events, 1970s
3 LULAC events, undated
4 Visit of Romana Acosta Bauelos, Treasurer of the United States, 1972
5 Project Bravo, 1969, undated
6 Chamizal Settlement Ceremony, 1964
7 Personal photographs, 1975, undated
8 Negatives
box
7 Mini Photo Albums
Over 2,000 photographs of LULAC sponsored activities and other social events.
3-1 Personalities, 1972 October 14
LULAC Council 132 Coronation Ball at Sheraton Motor Inn.
3-2 Personalities, 1973 September 10
Mr. Pete S. Juardo, Assistant Vice President, Bank of El Paso.
3-3 Personalities, undated
3-4 Personalities, undated
LULAC Council No. 62, Ft. Stockton, Texas.
4-1 School Meet N.E.A. Convention, 1968 May 12
National Education Associationn Convocation for Bi-lingual Education, Semi-Political Session. Hilton Inn, El Paso, Texas.
6-3 El Paso Residential Man Power Graduation, 1971 September 28
El Paso Residential Manpower Center, Graduation Ceremony. David L. Carrasco Center Director.
11-1 Desert Sands Target Range, undated
11-2 First Annual Tamale Contest Chelmont Center, 1972 November 1
First Annual Tamale Contest By Chelmont Merchants Ass'n Held at Chelmont Shopping Center El Paso, Texas. Mr. Tom Garcia, President of Chelmont Merchants Association and Mr. Jerry Watkins, Center Manager.
11-3 Dedication Ceremonies El Paso's new Texas National Guard Armory, 1972 November 11
11-4 The North Vietnam War: Return to El Paso of Prisoner of War Sergeant John T. Anderson, 1973 April 8
Pictures Taken at El Paso International Airport on Sunday April 8, 1973. 7:15 P.M.
11-5 Easter Sunday Disaster, Piera's & San Antonio Streets, 1973 April 22
Gas Leakage Explosion that completely destroyed Tenement Housing or Apartments facing Piedras Street at 2900 San Antonio Street. 7 persons Killed; 13 Injured, some very critical.
11-6 Little Boy Blue Picnic E.P. Coliseum, Freight Car Wreck, 1973 June 17
11-7 Opening Ceremonies Edgemere Street Overpass to Bassett Shopping Center, 1973 September 25
Ribbon Cutting and Opening Ceremonies. Edgemere St. Overpass to Bassett Shopping Center. Alderman Ruben Schaeffer Representing Mayor Fred Hervey cut the ribbon.
11-8 Pancho's Mexican Buffett, Mac Rae & Sims- El Paso, Texas. Preview Party, 1973 December 23
Opened to public Monday December 24, 1973. Photos by M. J "Uncle Mike" Romo.
11-9 Pancho's Mexican Buffett, McRae & Sims-El Paso, Texas. Colored Pictures, 1973 January 2
Colored Pictures Taken January 2nd, 1973.
11-10 4th of July parade. Armistice Day parade, 1974 July 4, 1975 November 11
Pictures of Armistice Day parade taken on Mills Street near Mesa on Tuesday November 11, 1975.
11-17 Samno's Restaurant Pre-Christmas Stunt Photos, 1974 December 7
11-12 Dedication of Modesto Gomez Park (4700 Edna Street), 1975 October 4
Flag raising by Bowie High School R.O.T.C.
11-13 Bowie High School Alumni Association Banquet--Honoring Modesto Gomez Rodeway Inn, 1975 November 8
At Rodeway Inn Restaurant, Saturday, November 8, 1975.
12-1 Ornelas Hernandez, El Paso Visit, 1968 July 12
12-3 Vicki Carr Reception, 1970 December 30
The Photographs within this pocket album were taken by "Uncle Mike" upon the arrival of Vikkie Carr at Southwest Airport El Paso, Texas. And subsequent reception by LULAC ladies committee of Sun Carnaval. Hilton Inn, El Paso, Texas.
12-4 U.S. Treasurer Romana Acosta Banuelos Visits El Paso, Texas, 1972 October 18
U.S. Treasurer Acosta Banuelos invited to visit El Paso By Ladies Auxiliary of LULAC Council No.110. Reception held at Hotel Plaza (Crystal Ballroom). Accompanying Mrs. Banuelos were: Carlos Villarreal (Transportation Director), Felipe Sanchez (Director O.E.O.), Lita Barron (TV star), and Edward Hidalgo (Lawyer).
12-5 Romana A. Banuelos Guest of G.I. Forum Ladies, 1972 October 28
12-6 Felipe Sanchez National Director O.E.O. visits El Paso, undated
13-1 White House Conference on Food Nutrition & Health, Washington D.C., 1969 October 1-4
13-2 Conference Unidad y Accion Bowie High School, 1971 July 16-18
Conferencia UNIDAD Y ACCION Bowie High School, El Paso, Texas. Friday, Saturday & Sunday July 16-18, 1971.
14-1 Boy Scouts of America Activities, 1971 September 10
The following pictures are of the Court of Honor Boy Scouts of America. Held at Reception Hall Ft. Bliss, Texas. For Ft. Bliss Troop No.1
15-1 Relators Semi- Annual Dinner, Roadway Inn, 1972 August 1
16-1 Political, Henry B. Gonzales, 1962 October 30
16-3 Political, Raymond Telles reception, LULAC Homes, El Paso, undated
16-5 Political, Sen. John Tower E.P. Reception, 1967 December 11
16-6 Political, Senator R.W. Yarborough E.P. reception Rodeway Inn, 1968 February 7
Political Reception Dinner Honoring U.S. Senator Ralph w. Yarborough Rodeway Inn, El Paso, Texas.
16-7 Political, State Representatives Reception, El Paso Coliseum, 1968 February 22
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16-9 Political, Jim Wright, 1968 September 13
16-11 Political Rally, Liberty Hall, 1968 November 4
16-12 Political, Hilary Sandoval arrival at E.P. Airport, 1969 March 6
16-13 Political, Hilary Sandoval Public Reception Hotel Paso Del Norte, 1969 March 6
16-14 Political, Hilary Sandoval, LULAC Dinner Hilton Inn, 1969 March 7
16-15 Political, Sandoval New Age, Reception, 1969 November 3
16-16 Political, Paul Eggers Hqters (Rep) 4826 Montana, 1970 October 14
16-17 Political, Senator R.W. Yarborough, E.P. Reception Hotel Plaza, 1971 November 8
16-18 Political, Hon. R.W. Yarborough Reception- Hilton Inn, 1972 April 26
Reception Honoring Senator Ralph W. Yarborough. Hilton Inn, El Paso, Texas on April 26, 1972. Mailing Address: Hon. Ralph W. Yarborough 721 Brown Bldg., Austin, TX.
16-20 Fred Hervey Political Rally, E.P. City Council Session, 1973 March 11-12
The pictures taken are from a political rally for Fred Hervey and his running mates. Sunday evening March 11th 1973 at Rancho Felipe Duran. El Paso City Council Session. Monday March 12, 1973. 9 to 12:00 noon. Mayor Bert Willism Presiding.
17-1 Memorial Day Services- Antony. LA Union, 1963 May 30
17-2 N. Casa Grande #2, 1963 July 5-6
17-3 Casa Grande, Paquime Ruins, 1968 July 5-6
19-1 Mexican American Affairs, I-A Committee 1, 1997 October 27-28
19-2 Mexican American Affairs I-A Committee 2, 1997 October 27-28
19-3 Mexican American Affairs I-A Committee 3, 1997 October 27-28
19-4 Mexican American Affairs I-A Committee 4, 1997 October 27-28
20-1 Organization E.P Council on Aging, undated
20-2 E.P. Council on Aging Annual Installation Dinner--Empire Club, 1974 January 15
E.P. Council on Aging Annual Installation Dinner held at Empire Club. Out going president, Saul Paredes. Incoming President, Tony Ponce.
20-3 E.P. Council on Aging 8th Annual Meeting Empire Club, 1976 January 20
E.P. Council on Aging COA 8th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, January 20, 1976 at 11:30 A.M. Empire Club
21-1 Defunct Community Action Program, 1966 April 15
The next pictures were taken April 15, 1966. Community Action Program (105 Montana). Walter Dwyer director. Program Closed Sept. 30, 1967. This training program was intended primarily for migrant workers.
22-1 Project Bravo S.S.I.A. Cooperativa, 1968 December 12
22-2 Project Bravo Christmas Party, 1968 December 24
Concentrated Man-Power Division, Project Bravo Christmas party on Tuesday December 24, 1968. Joe Hague, Tom McNutt, Adolph Quijano, and Mr. Gabriel Cordova.
22-3 Project Bravo Main Offices Personnel, 1969 March 3
22-4 Project Bravo Eastside Center, 1969 March 3
The following pictures were taken at the Eastside Barrio Center, 3928 Findley Street, El Paso, Texas.
22-5 Project Bravo School Div. 620 Magoffin, 1969 March 7
Some of the pictures are Project Bravo training sessions for N.C.D'S February 26, 1970. Taken at 620 Magoffin.
22-6 Project Bravo Alameda-Eastside Barrio Center, 1969 March 7
22-7 Project Bravo Main Office Personnel, 1969 March 9
22-8 Project Bravo Main Office Personnel, 1969 March 13
22-9 Project Bravo Main Office Tigua Community Oldsters Club, 1969 March 13
The last three pictures taken at TIGUA Center on September 19, 1969.
22-10 Project Bravo Alameda Center (2908 Alameda), 1969 November 13
Project Bravo Consumer Aide Food Demonstration. Alameda Center (2908 Alameda), November 13, 1969.
22-11 Project Bravo Employees First Monthly Luncheon, 1970 April 16
The last five pictures were taken at 2nd Bravo Employees luncheon, Roadway Inn, on May 1st, 1970.
22-12 Project Bravo Alameda Center, 1970 July 1
First two pictures in this album were made of charts on blackboard for Mr. Jas Funk and were to be sent to Dept. of Labor office in Washington. The pictures that follow were made at Alameda Center.
22-13 Project Bravo, Jobs-Veteran Program at City Hall, 1970 December 18
22-14 Project Bravo Office Employee Christmas Party, 1970 December 22
22-15 Project Bravo Senior Citizens New Year party, 1970 December 30
Project Bravo Senior Citizens Barrio Clubs New Year party. Central Community Center Oregon & Montana, El Paso, Texas. Mrs. Juanita Quintero (Chair), Wednesday, December 30, 1970 from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M.
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22-17 Project Bravo Special Celebrations, 1) Birthday and 2) Goodbye Mr. Funk, 1971 April 21972 March 17
Birthday party for Miss Lily Acevedo at Bravo Office (616 No. Piedras) by office employees. Project Bravo going away party for Jim Funk who resigned from Project Bravo, March 17, 1972.
22-18 Project Bravo Elections for Director, 1971 October 20
Project Bravo Board of Directors meeting at Lamar School Auditorium, election for new Executive Director, October 20, 1971. Candidates: Mr. Jim Funk and Mr. Joe Aguilar. Joe Aguilar was elected (votes 18 to 13).
22-19 Project Bravo Board of Directors , 1971 October
Continuation of Board of Directors election, October 20, 1971. Project Bravo executives and volunteers on their first meeting held in an effort to organize a 40 plus club. Meeting held at Downtowner Hotel, September 27, 1967.
22-20 Project Bravo Picnic at Album Park, 1975 May 10
Project Bravo Picnic at Album Part Eastwood, Friday, May 30, 1975. All employees attended, including main office and all Bravo centers.
23-1 Project SER, 1968
23-2 Project SER First Convention, El Paso, Texas, 1969 January 16
23-3 Project SER First Convention, El Paso, Texas, 1969 January 16
23-4 SER National Board Meeting, Holiday Inn Downtown, 1971 October 8
Project SER National Board of Directors Convention at El Paso, Texas, October 8-9, 1971. Sessions held at Downtown Holiday Inn, No. El Paso and West Missouri Sts. Eduardo Pena, Silver Springs, Md. Presided.
23-5 SER National Board Meeting, Holiday Inn-Downtown, 1971 October 8
Project SER National Board of Directors Convention at El Paso, Texas, October 8-9, 1971. Sessions held at Downtown Holiday Inn, No. El Paso and West Missouri St. Eduardo Pena, Silver Springs, Md. Presided.
23-6 SER National Board Meeting Reception, 1971 October 9
Project SER National of Directors Convention at El Paso, Texas, October 8- 9, 1971. Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 offered a reception to the delegate at the residence of Mr. & Mrs. Ramiro (Belen) Robles. 3336 Fillmore St. A Mexican buffett dinner was served, Saturday eve, October 9. Miss Horencia Alvarado Council President.
23-7 Operation SER Open House, 1972 October 20
Mr. M. J. Romo, 8101 Freedom, El Paso, Texas 79925.
24-1 Individual LULAC Council No. 8 Members, undated
25-1 Joint Meetings Councils 8 & 9 - 8 & 335, 1961 December 01
Joint meeting LULAC councils No. 8 & 335 at Plaza Hotel, Friday, December 1st 1961.
25-2 LULAC Council No. 8 Installation Dinner at Rodeway Inn, 1961 August 6
25-3 LULAC Council 8 Christmas Party, 1961 December 23, 1962 December 22
25-4 Council No. 8, 50 mile hike, 1963 March
25-5 LULAC Council No. 8 Installation Dinners, 1961 December 23, 1963 December 21
LULAC Council No. 8 new officers installation dinner. Del Camino Restaurant December 23, 1961
25-6 LULAC Council No. 8 Christmas Party, 1963-1964, 1967-1968
The last half of pictures were taken at Council No. 8 Christmas party for children of El Calvario Church on December 21, 1968.
25-6A LULAC Council No. 8 Dance Honoring Master Sergeant Isaac Camacho Felipe Duran Farms and Camacho Day Review. Ft. Bliss, Texas, 1965 August 28
The following pictures were taken at Camacho Day Review and Medal Presentation at Ft. Bliss, Texas on Septmber 4, 1965. Medals presented to Master Sergeant Isaae Camacho, an escaped U.S. Prisoner from Vietnam by General Gee.T. Powers Commander of Ft. Bliss, Texas.
25-7 LULAC Council No. 8 Social Dinner, 1967 July 20
25-8 LULAC Council No. 8 Social Dinner, 1968 February 15
25-9 LULAC Council Initiation New Member Social Dinner Downtowner, 1968 September 7
25-10 LULAC Council 8 New Year Dance, 1968 December 31
25-11 LULAC Council 8 Dinner Rivera Restaurant, Reception For Lelo Jacques, National VP, 1969 July 26
25-12 LULAC Council 38 Fundraising Raffles, 1969 September
LULAC Council No. 8 car raffle (1969 Chevy Nova). Drawing held at Fiesta de Las Flores Coronation ball Sheraton Motel, El Paso, Texas on October 18, 1969. Winning ticket was held by Fred N. Witt of 611 De Leon. The second half of the pictures are LULAC Council No. 8 fundraising raffle, RCA color television. Drawing held at Council 8 New Year Eve Dance Continental ballroom on December 31, 1970. Winning ticket was held by Miss Ester Holguin, 9151 Alameda Street.
25-13 LULAC Men's Council No. 8 Council Officers, 1969-1970
25-14 LULAC Council No. 8 Christmas party at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, 1970 December 19
25-15 LULAC Council No. 8 New Year Eve Dance, Continental Ballroom, 1970 December 31
25-16 LULAC Council No. 8, New Year Eve Dance Continental Ballroom, 1970 December 31
25-17 LULAC Council No. 8 Hall of Fame Banquet, 1972 July 22
LULAC Council No. 8 hall of fame banquets honoring Hon. Alfredo (Lelo) Jacquez recipient of this year's award. Hotel Paso del Norte, El Paso, Texas (7 P.M., July 22, 1972). Keynote speaker Mrs. Romana Banuelos U.S. Treasurer Washington, D.C.
25-18 LULAC Softball games, 1968-1973
Softball game memorial park, El Paso, Texas on Saturday October 7, 1972. Council No. 8 versus Council No. 132. Council No.8 won by a score of 17-to-10, 7 Innings.
25-19 LULAC Council No. 8 Recruiting Drive, Social Dinner at Wyatts Café, El Paso, 1972 December 2
LULAC Council No. 8 recruiting drive, social Dinner, Wyatts Cafeteria Bassett Center on Saturday, December 2, 1972.
25-20 LULAC Council No. 8 assisted by Neighborhood Improve-Centers of Project Bravo. Christmas shoe distribution, 1972
25-21 LULAC Council No. 8 Assisted by Project Bravo Neighborhood Centers, Christmas shoe distribution, 1972 December 21-24
LULAC Council No. 8 Christmas boot distribution assisted by Project Bravo. Neighborhood Improve-Centers, December 21-24, 1972. Shoes and boots donated by Red Wing Shoe MFG. CO. Red Wing, Mim. through Mr. Henry Ayon Negotiator. Member LULAC Council No. 8.
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25-23 LULAC Council No. 8 Assisted by Neighborhood Improve-Centers of Project Bravo Christmas boot distribution, 1972
25-24 LULAC Council No. 8 Assisted by Neighborhood Improve-Centers of Project Bravo Christmas boot distribution, 1972
25-26 LULAC Council No. 8 Basketball Game, San Juan Recreation Center, 1973 February 11
Basketball game San Juan Recreation center on Sunday February 11, 1973. 2:00 P.M. LULAC Youth Council No. 79 versus LULAC Men's Council No. 8. Men's Council No. 8 won, score 42 to 38.
25-27 LULAC Council No. 8 Installation Dinner. Lubby's Café-Chelmont, 1973 March 15
LULAC Council No. 8 installation dinner on Thursday March 15, 1973 Lubby's Café- Chelmont. New Officers for the year 1973-74. Ralph Murillo, President. Outgoing President, Javier Banales.
25-28 LULAC Council No. 8 Picnic Memorial Park (7:00 P.M.), 1973 May 27
25-29 LULAC Council No. 8 Awards Dinner, Lubby's Café (Chelmont) 5200 Montana, 1973 Convention Delegate, 1973 May 31
LULAC Council No. 8 Awards Dinner on Thursday May 31, 1973 at Lubby's Café-Chelmont. Also honored were Mr.& Mrs. Henry Ayon on account of their 22nd wedding anniversary. Juan de Santiago honored as the Semi-Final Boy of the Year Sponsored by Boys Clubs. Also Honored were 5 recent high school graduates who were presented scholarships. Names and pictures are in Album No. 5-5 Scholarships.
25-30 LULAC Softball Game-Council 8 versus Council 132, Ponder Park, El Paso, Texas, 1973 July 22
LULAC District 4 Championship softball game played at Ponder Park, El Paso on Sunday, July 22, 1973 at 5:00 P.M. Council No. 8 versus Council 132. Council 8 won 36 to 16.
25-30 LULAC Council No.8 Masquerade Ball. El Paso Country Club. (Crowning of Rey Feo) (No.1), 1973 October 27
LULAC Council No. 8 Masquerade Ball and Crowning of Rey Feo (Ugliest King) El Paso Country Club on Saturday, October 27, 1973. Winner of contest, Dr. Alfredo de los Santos President of El Paso Community College.
25-32 LULAC Council No. 8 Masquerade Ball, EL Paso Country Club. (Crowning of Rey Feo)(No.2). Woodre Bean's party, Hotel Downtowner, 1973 October 3
LULAC Council No. 8 Masquerade Ball and Crowning of Rey Feo (Ugliest King) El Paso Country Club. Saturday October 27, 1973. Woodrow Bean's Propaganda party as Candidate in Rey Feo Contest. Hotel Downtowner. 5:00 P.M. Mon. October 3, 1973
25-33 LULAC Council No. 8 Quarterly Dinner Meeting Lubby's Café (Chelmont) 5200 Montana. Outstanding Citizen's presentation, 1973 November 29
LULAC Council No. 8 Quarterly Dinner Meeting for quarter ending on November 30, 1973. Held at Lubby's Café-Chelmont on Thursday November 29, 1973. Outstanding Citizens for the year 1975 presented. Also men of the month for quarter.
25-34 LULAC Council No. 8 New Year Eve Benefit Dance E.P. Civic Center, El Paso, 1973 December 31, 1974 January 01
LULAC Council No. 8 New Year Eve Benefit Dance E.P. Civic Center, El Paso, Texas. Music by drifters, outstanding citizens honored.
25-35 LULAC Council No. 8 Installation Dinner Del Camino Motel, 1974 March 15
New administration.
25-36 LULAC Council No. 8 Soft Ball Team, Council 8 VS City-County Slickers, 1974 May 19
LULAC Council No. 8 softball champions of LULAC District 4, May 19, 1974. Council No.8 versus City-County Slickers, Council 8 Won.
25-37 LULAC Council No. 8 Monthly Dinner at Lubby's Chelmont Café, 1974 May 23
LULAC Council No. 8 monthly dinner Lubby's Chelmont Café on Friday May 23, 1974. New District Director Ralph Murillo initiated. Awards for outstanding members. Scholarships for outstanding students presented.
25-38 LULAC Council No. 8 1974 Rey Feo Contest, 1974 October 3-25
LULAC Council No. 8 1974 Rey Feo Contest 1.) Saul Kleinfeld at Desk and on Bicycle. 2.) Party at home of Carlos Carreon 1912 St John. 3.) Party at Manuel Acosta Studio-- 366 Buena Vista. 4.) Dance at Elks Club. December 25, 1974.
25-39 LULAC Council No. 8 Monthly Dinner at Plaza Hotel, 1975 August 28
LULAC Council No. 8 monthly dinner at Hotel Plaza (Downtown). Announcement of Rey Feo candidate.
25-40 LULAC Council No. 8 1975 Rey Feo Candidate Parties, 1975 September 18
Meeting and introduction of Rey Feo Candidates-- Mike Dipp Council 8 and Jay Armes, Youth Council 679. Hotel Plaza, El Paso Texas, Thursday September 18, 1975.
25-41 LULAC Council No. 8 Rey Feo Masquerade Dance at Elks Club, 1975 October 24
25-42 Men's LULAC Council No. 8 Quarterly Members Dinner at Hotel Plaza, El Paso, Texas, 1975 December 18
Presentation of honoree's for New Year Eve's Dance.
26-0 Ladies LULAC Council 9 Thanksgiving Dinner For Oldsters at Old Age Home (920 South Oregon), 1964 August 27
Pictures of Sacred Heart old age home. 920 South Oregon Street, El Paso, Texas. Mrs. Juana Hernandez, Supervisor.
26-1 Ladies Council 9 Social Dance, 1967 October 14
26-2 LULAC Council 9 Reception, 1968 May 28
26-3 LULAC Council No. 9 Installation, 1973 March 30
Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 installation and awards dinner on Friday March 30, 1973 at Hilton Inn.
26-4 Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 Xmas Dinner for membership-Hilton Inn, 1973 December 19
Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 members at Christmas dinner, Hilton Inn--Airport Rd. Wednesday, December 1973.
26-5 Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 Installation dinner Roadway Inn, 1974 April 3
26-6 Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 Debutant Dance at Hilton Inn, 1974 November 30
Honorees; Mr. & Mrs. Alfredo Jacques.
26-7 Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 Debutante Ball at Hotel Paso Del Norte, 1975 November 29
26-8 Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 Christmas Party- New Members Holiday Inn, 1975 December 17
Ladies LULAC Council No. 9 Christmas party and installation of new members, Downtown Holiday Inn.
27-1 LULAC NE Council 110, undated
27-2 LULAC Council 110, Dance, 1963 August 17
28-1 LULAC Men's Council 132 Open Meeting, 1962 June 1
The last set of pictures were taken at LULAC Council No. 132 reception at the Patio Dining Room-Hotel Downtowner on February 23, 1969.
28-2 LULAC Men's Council 132, 1973 April 7
Installation and awards dinner at Sambo's Dinner.
28-3 LULAC Council No.132 Reception and Social Honoring Joe Benites, 1974 June 21,
LULAC Council No. 132 reception and social honoring LULAC national President Joe Benites at LULAC Apartments in El Paso, Texas.
29-1 LULAC Council 265 (Fabans, Texas), 1968 July 04, 1969 June 15
29-2 LULAC Montoya Council 298 Christmas Party, 1962 December 23
29-3 LULAC Montoya Council 298 Installation Dinner, 1963 March 9
The second half of the pictures were taken at a Christmas party for children on December 21, 1963.
29-4 LULAC Council No. 298 Kermess at Church of San Francisco de Assisi Doniphan Drive, 1965 September 11
Members of Chief Julio Rios Tigua Indian tribe. Their main dance is called "Danza Guadalupana Azteca".
29-5 Montoya LULAC Council No. 298 Christmas Party for children, Council Meeting, 1965 December 24, 1968 May 25
29-6 LULAC Montoya Council 298 Borderland, 1968 April 13
30-1-2 LULAC Ladies Council 335 Installation Dinner Starlight Dance, 1968 July 8
30-3 Council 335 Sweetheart Dance, 1968 February 10
The following pictures were taken at Ladies LULAC Council No. 335 Sweetheart Valentine dance, Casino de Los Leones, Juarez, Mexico.
30-4 Council 335 Starlight Dance, 1970 August 1
Ladies LULAC Council No. 335 Starlight Dance, and Beauty Pageant, Hotel Plaza, El Paso, Texas. Saturday August 1, 1970. Master of ceremonies, Ernesto Gutierrez.
30-5 LULAC Ladies Council Sweetheart Dance, 1972 February 19
The following pictures were taken at Ladies Council 335 Sweetheart dance Valentine dance, E.P. Country Club.
30-6 LULAC Ladies Council 335 Award Dinner Hilton Inn, 1972 April 8
30-7 LULAC Council No.335 1973 Sweetheart Ball E.P. County Club, 1973 February 10
Ladies LULAC Council N. 335 1973 Sweetheart Ball held at E.P. Country Club. The dance was dedicated to M.J. "Uncle Mike" Romo. Master of Ceremonies was Roberto Ornelas from Houston, Texas.
30-8 LULAC Ladies Council 335 Installation Dinner, 1973 April 14
Installation Dinner El Paso Club, El Paso National Bank Building, Saturday, April 14, 1973.
30-9 Ladies LULAC Council No. 335 Starlight Dance Sheraton, 1973 July 14
30-10 LULAC Council No. 335 Starlight Dance, Sheraton, 1973 July 14
32-1 LULAC Canutillo Council No. 614, 1969 May 16
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Council meeting on Monday August 13, 1973 to finish plans for their Charity Ball scheduled for September 15th 1973 at old LULAC Home.
33-2 LULAC Council No. 617 Honorees at Dance held Guadalupe Auditorium, 1974 September 14
LULAC Council No. 617 Preview of Honor Candidates and Dance Committee. Dance held at Guadalupe Church Auditorium, Saturday September 14, 1974.
33-3 LULAC Council No. 617 Annual Fund Raising Dance, Hotel Plaza, 1975 September 19
LULAC Council No. 617 annual dance held at Hotel Plaza, El Paso, Texas on Friday September 19, 1975. Mike Enriquez, Council President, Judge Edward Marquez, Master of Ceremonies.
33-A-1 Ladies LULAC Council No. 664 Leadership Meeting, 1976 January 25
Ladies LULAC Council 664 Leadership Meeting, Wyatt's Cafeteria, Monday January 25, 1976 .
34-1 LULAC News Junior LULAC's- In Action Addressing LULAC News to be Mailed to Members, undated
34-2 LULAC Junior District 2 Convention, 1968 April 19
34-3 Junior LULAC Messilla Dam Picnic, 1968 August 11
34-4 JR. LULAC 26-Ladies 335 40th Anniversary, 1969 February 17
34-5 LULAC Youth Council No. 79 at Regular Meeting, St. Pius Church Auditorium, 1973 August 27
Youth LULAC Council No. 79 at regular meeting, Evening St. Pius Church Auditorium Monday August 27, 1973. Visitors night.
34-6 Junior LULAC District 2 District Convention El Paso, Texas, 1965 June 1
35-1 LULAC New Mexico State Convention Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1963 May 11
The following pictures were taken at the New Mexico State Convention in Las Cruces, New Mexico, May 11-12, 1963.
35-2 LULAC Council No. 205 Deming, New Mexico, Dedication of LULAC Building, 1963 May 4
35-3 LULAC Council No. 358 Lordsburg, N.M. Installation Dinner, 1963 April 27
35-4 LULAC New Mexico State Convention Lordsburg, New Mexico, 1967 May 27
Banquet scene at cafetorium Lordsburg, New Mexico High School.
35-5 LULAC 16th of September Fiesta By LULAC Council No. 8004 of Silver City, New Mexico, 1967 September 16
LULAC 16th of September Fiesta by Council No. 8004, Silver City, New Mexico. Held at CYO Hall, Silver City, New Mexico, September 16-17, 1967.
35-6 LULAC New Mexico State Convention Holiday Inn Silver City, New Mexico, 1969 May 30
35-7 New Mexico State Convention Silver City, New Mexico, 1969 May 10
36-1 District 4 Convention El Paso, Texas, 1963 May 16
36-2 LULAC District Convention El Paso, Texas, 1968 April 19
36-3 LULAC District 4 Convention El Paso, Texas, 1968 April 19
36-4 LULAC District 4 Convention, El Paso, Texas, 1969 April 18
36-5 LULAC District 4 Convention El Paso, Texas, 1969 April 19
36-6 LULAC District 4 Convention, 1971 April 17
36-7 LULAC District 4 Convention at Hotel Paso Del Norte, 1972 April 13-15
36-8 LULAC District 4 Convention Hotel Paso Del Notre, 1972 April 13-15
Ladies of LULAC District 4 Councils. Noon Dinner October 7, 1974. So.Union Gas Co. Building.
36-9 LULAC District 4 Convention Midway Holiday Inn, 1973 April 27-29
LULAC District 4 Convention Midway Holiday Inn Raynolds and Gateway East.
36-10 LULAC District 4 Convention Mid-Holiday Inn, 1973 April 27-29
36-11 LULAC District 4 Convention Hotel Plaza, El Paso, Texas, 1975 April 25-26
LULAC District 4 Convention, April 25-26, 1975. Ralph Murillo, District Director. Opened at noon at Hotel Plaza with speech by Texas Governor Adolph Briscoe, Friday, April 25, 1975. Convention moved in the after noon to Hotel Paso del Norte for continuation of convention activities. Banquet and ball on Saturday, April 26, 1975.
36-12 LULAC District 4 Convention, 1975 April 25-26
LULAC District 4 Convention. April 25-26, 1975. Ralph Murillo, Dist.4 Director. Opened at noon April 25 with Banquet at Hotel Plaza. Moved in Afternoon to Hotel Paso Del Norte for Continuation of Activities. Banquets and ball Saturday eve at Hotel Paso del Norte, where the convention ended.
37-1 LULAC District 4 Meeting Hotel Plaza, 1971 December 11
38-1 LULAC District 4 Barn Dance Duran Farms, 1963 June 2
38-2 LULAC District 4 Reception Pooly Acosta, 1963 March 16
38-3 LULAC District 4 Meeting, 1968 February 16
38-4 LULAC District 4 Softball Games District 4 versus Junior District 2, 1970 October 1
38-5 LULAC District 4 Anniversary Hilton Inn, 1970 February 21
38-6 LULAC District 4, 44th Anniversary week reunion, Texas National Guard Armory (Album No. 1), 1973 February 17
38-7 LULAC District 4, 44th Anniversary week reunion. Texas National Guard Armory (Album No. 2), 1973 February 17
39-1 LULAC Supreme Council Meeting, El Paso, 1969 January 24-25
39-2 LULAC Supreme State Council Meeting, El Paso, 1969 January 24-26
39-3 LULAC Texas State Convention, Austin, Texas, 1962 January 02-04
39-4 LULAC State Convention, McAllen, Texas, 1963 January 15-17
39-5 LULAC Texas State Convention, Lubbock, Texas, 1965 May 07-09
39-6 LULAC Texas State Convention, El Paso, Texas, 1966 May 13-15
40-1 LULAC National Supreme Council Meeting, El Paso, 1962 October 13-14
40-2 LULAC National Supreme Council Meeting, El Paso, 1971 March 12-14
40-3 LULAC National Supreme Council Meeting, El Paso, 1971 March 12-14
41-1 LULAC National Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, 1961 June 22-25
41-2 LULAC National Convention Hotel Westward HO, Phoenix, Arizona, 1961 June 22-25
41-3 LULAC National Convention Hilton Hotel, El Paso, Texas, 1962 June 28-30
41-4 LULAC National Convention Hilton Hotel, El Paso, Texas, 1962 June 28-30
LULAC National Convention Hilton (Now Plaza) Hotel El Paso, Texas, June 28-30, 1962.
41-5 LULAC National Convention, Anaheim, California, 1963 July 04-07
LULAC National Convention Anaheim, California, July 4-7, 1963.
41-6 LULAC National Convention, 1963 July 04-07
LULAC National Convention Anaheim, California, July 4-7, 1963.
41-6-A LULAC National Convention, Bensenville, Illinois, 1965 July 02-04
LULAC National Convention Bensenville, Illinois (suburb of Chicago), July 2-4, 1965. Presided by LULAC National President William Bonilla.
41-7 LULAC Convention, San Antonio, Texas, 1968 June 27-30
41-8 LULAC Convention San Antonio, Texas, 1968 June 27-30
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41-10 National Convention, San Antonio, Texas, 1968 June 27-30
41-11 LULAC Convention, McAllen Civic Center, 1970 June 25-28
LULAC National Convention McAllen Civic Center, McAllen, Texas. Elected new National President Paul Garza. Outgoing President Judge Alfred J. Hernandez.
41-12 LULAC National Convention McAllen Civic Center, McAllen, Texas, 1970 June 25-28
LULAC National Convention McAllen Civic Center, McAllen, Texas, June 25-28, 1970.
41-13 LULAC National Convention, Denver, Colorado, 1971 June 24-27
LULAC 42nd National Convention Pass Business Sessions, June 24-27, 1971, Denver, Colorado.
41-14 LULAC National Convention, Denver, Colorado, 1971 June 24-27
LULAC National Convention Luncheon, Denver, Colorado, June 25-26, 1971.
41-15 LULAC National Convention, Denver, Colorado, 1971 June 24-27
LULAC National Convention Denver, Colorado, June 24-27, 1971. Sheraton Inn Airport. Special breakfast for distinguished members (past national presidents).
41-16 LULAC National Convention, Denver, Colorado, 1971 June 24-27
41-17 LULAC National Convention, Denver, Colorado, 1971 June 24-27
LULAC National Convention Beer Bust.
41-18 LULAC National Convention, Denver, Colorado, 1971 June 24-27
Sponsored by the Metro Denver LULAC National Convention Presidential Ball & Banquet. Dance to Phil Trujillo and his ten piece orchestra. Place: Denver Merchandise Mart. 451 E. 58th Ave (58th and Valley Highway) Date: June 26, 1971.
41-19 LULAC National Convention, Beaumont, Texas, 1972 June 29
LULAC National Convention Red Carpet Inn, Beaumont, Texas. June 29 to July 2, 1972. Pete Villa, Re-Elected LULAC National President.
41-20 1974 Convention Committee LULAC District 4 Dinner, Holiday Inn (Downtown), El Paso, 1973 September 17
LULAC District 4 Convention Committee Dinner on Monday September 17th, 1973 at Holiday Inn (Downtown) honoring LULAC National President Joe Benitez and his wife who visited El Paso for one day.
41-21 LULAC National Convention, El Paso, Texas (Book No. 1), 1974 June 26-30
LULAC National Convention, El Paso, Texas on June 26 to 30, 1974.
41-22 LULAC National Convention, El Paso, Texas (Book No. 2), 1974 June 26-30
LULAC National Convention, El Paso, Texas on June 26 to 30, 1974.
41-23 LULAC National Convention, El Paso, Texas (Book No. 3), 1974 June 26-30
LULAC National Convention, El Paso, Texas on June 26 to 30, 1974. Youth Division Fashion Show.
42-1 LULAC Fiesta de Las Flores Kick-off party, Rodeway-Inn, 1968 August 9
42-2 LULAC Fiesta de Las Flores Kick-off Party Bassett Center, 1968 August 29
42-3 LULAC Fiesta de Las Flores Kick-off party. Kallman Hall Ft. Bliss, Texas, 1968 August 25
42-4 LULAC Fiesta de Las Flores Kick-off party-Hilton Inn, 1969 August 24
42-5 Fiesta de las Flores at the Bassett Center, 1971 September 04-05
42-6 Fiesta de Las Fores Kick-off party, Bassett Center Mall, 1973 August 30
Fiesta de Las Flores 1973 Kick-off for review of Queen Candidates at Bassett Center Mall.
42-7 Fiesta Flores-Preview- Bassett Center, 1972 August 31
43-0 1965 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade, 1965 September 4
Miss Ida Fernandez, Fiesta de las Flores Queen 1964-1965.
43-1 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade, 1968 August 31
43-2 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade, 1969 September 30
43-3 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade, 1971 September 04-05
43-4 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade, 1972 September 2
43-5 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade on Mills Street, 1973 September 1
43-6 1974 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade, 1974 August 31
LULAC Council No. 132 Fiesta de las Flores Parade on Saturday, August 31, 1974.
44-1 Fiesta de las Flores Fair Grounds, 1967 September 02-03
44-2 Fiesta de Las Flores at Meyer Field, 1967 September 02-03
44-3 Fiesta de Las Flores at Meyer Field, 1968 September 1
44-4 Fiesta de Las Flores, 1968 September 1
44-5 Fiesta de Las Flores Meyer Field, 1969 August 30-31
44-6 Fiesta de Las Flores at 1) Bassett Center and 2) Meyer Field, 1970 September 05-06
LULAC Council No. 132 Fiesta de Las Flores, 1972 September 2
LULAC Council No. 132 Fiesta de Las Flores on Saturday, September 2,1972. Parade in El Paso, Texas. Queen for 1972-1973, Miss Valeria Camargo.
44-7 1973 Fiesta de Las Flores Fair Grounds Hugo Meyer Field, 1973 September 01-02
1973 Fiesta de las Flores Hugo Meyer Field, Sunday, September 2, 1973. Judging of Queen Candidates Sunday September 2.
45-1 Fiesta de Las Flores Coronation Ball, 1963 October 5
45-2 Fiesta de Las Flores Coronation Ball Council 122 at Sheraton Hotel, 1967 November 4
45-3 Fiesta de Las Flores 1968 Coronation Ball at Sheraton, 1968 September 28
45-4 1968 Fiesta de Las Flores Coronation Ball, Sheraton E.P. Motor Inn, 1968 September 22
45-5 1969 Fiesta de Las Flores Coronation Ball at Sheraton Motel, 1969 October 18
45-6 1971 Fiesta de Las Flores Coronation Ball, 1971 October 2
46-7 LULAC Council No. 132 Coronation Ball Sheraton Motor Inn, 1972 October 14
45-8 LULAC Council No. 132 Coronation E.P. Country Club, 1973 November 3
Fiesta de las Flores Coronation ball By LULAC Council No. 132 at E.P. Country Club. Miss Rosie Carreon crowned as the 1973-1974 Queen, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Carlos Carreon, 1912 St. John St, El Paso.
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13 46-1 Fiesta de Las Flores Reception Honoring Sun Caravel Duchess Maria Lusia Velearde. E.P. Country Club, 1967 December 23
46-2 Fiesta de Las Flores Reception Honoring Sun Carnival Duchess Yvonne Heras. E.P. Country Club, 1968 December 22
46-3 Fiesta de Las Flores Parade, Deputy Marshall M.J. Romo, 1975 August 30
Parade de las Flores on Saturday August 30, 1975. Grand Marshall Manuel D. Fierre of Washington D.C. Deputy Grand Marshall M.J. "Uncle Mike" Romo Member LULAC Council No. 8.
41-7 Guests of Mrs. Dolores Warner (1101 Montana Avenue), 1972 January 1
New Year's Day reception for friends of Mrs. Dolores Warner at 1101 Montana Ave. Porch seats provided to view the Sun Carnival Parade
47-2 Sun Carnival Parade, 1972 January 1
47-3 Sun Carnival parade, 1972 January 1
47-4 Sun Carnival Parade, El Paso, Texas, 1974 January 1
74-5 1975-1976 Sun Carnival Parade, 1976 January 1
48-1 Aniversario Del Paso '73 El Paso Sun-Tennial, 1973 May 10-19
Aniversario Del Paso '73: El Paso Sun-Tennial, May 10 to 19, 1973. Opening ceremonies at San Jacinto Plaza, 12:00 noon on Thursday, May 10, 1973, by El Paso City Council Fred Hervey, Mayor Juarez, Mayor Mario Jacquez, Guest of Honor.
48-2 Aniversario Del Paso Carnival, Everyday at Civic Center Plaza, 1973 May 10-19
49-1 LULAC Council #8 E.P. BI-Centennial Ceremonies (1975-1976), proposed site of Benito Juarez Monument, 1975 June 16
50-1 Pan-American Fiesta-Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1967 September 16-17
51-5 Aniversario Del Paso'73 Participation by Fiesta at San Elizario, Texas, 1973 May 20
Aniversario Del Paso '73: participated by Fiesta at San Elizario, Texas on Sunday, May 20th, 1973, at Plaza with kermess and Indian dancers.
51-2 Fiesta San Elizario, 1966 September 27-28
51-3 Fiesta San Elizario, 1972 September 24
The following pictures were taken at Fiesta San Elizario September 24, 1972. (Part 1 in this Book)
51-4 Fiesta San Elizario, Texas, 1972 September 23-24
51-6 Ysleta, Texas and San Elizario Bi-Centennial Celebration, 1975 July 4
Bi-centennial celebration,s 4th of July 1975. First part- Ysleta Parade. Second part, San Elizario Fiesta, San Elizario, Texas.
Judge Hernandez Carolina #W, 1965 July 12
"Welcome to El Paso, We Honor Today Judge A.J. Hernandez. LULAC National President."
Book Y Photos, 1963
New Year Parade, 1965 January 1
Oversized Materials
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OV 1 District 4 Directory, 1961
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Scrapbooks
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OV 2 LULAC activities, 1968-1974
3 LULAC activities, 1961-1969
4 El Paso Feria de las Flores, 1961-1968
5 LULAC Conventions, 1963-1970
6 LULAC Conventions, 1961-1963
7 Political activities, 1962
8 Political activities, 1962-1963
9 El Paso Youth Symphony, 1975-1976
10 Toastmasters Club Cavaliers, 1961-1962
11 Chamizal settlement ceremonies, 1964

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Luciano Santoscoy Collection

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1 1 LULAC Committees - duties and functions

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Juan Solís Collection, 1932

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1 1 Letter to Realitos, Texas concerning the organization of a LULAC council there, 1932 February 23

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Andrés Tobar Collection, 1985

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1 1 Correspondence

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José Torres Collection, 1979-1980

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1 1 Atascosa (Texas) Council 42326 Anniversary Dance programs, 1979-1980

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Robert and Ann Vazquez Collection

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Oliver Douglas Weeks Collection, 1922-1932

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1 Predecessor Organizations to LULAC
1 Order of the Sons of America
2 Order of the Knights of America
3 League of Latin American Citizens
LULAC
4 Formation of LULAC
5 Objects and Aims of the United Latin American Citizens
6 LULAC Correspondence, Minutes, and Resolutions
7 2nd Annual Convention held in Alice, Texas, 1930 May 4-5
8 Responses of LULAC Councils to questionnaire from Weeks, 1930?
9 Laredo Council 14: Stationery annotated by Weeks
10 Transcript translations of articles published in El Paladín, 1929 February-July
11 Newspaper clippings, 1929
12 Newspaper articles by M.C. Gonzales, 1930 February
13 Transcript translations of articles by Alonso S. Perales: "The Unification of the Mexican-Americans", parts I, III, IV, V, and VI, from La Prensa(San Antonio), 1930 September
14 Newspaper clippings: "La Unificación de los México-Americanos", parts I-II, La Prensa (San Antonio), 1929 September 4-5
Writings of LULAC Charter member J.T. Canales
15 "Outline of Old Testament History" and "The Framework of the Federal Government"
Personal Files on Mexican-Americans and Mexicans in the United States
16 Letters
17 Address lists
18 Biblipgraphic citations
19 Mexican in Texas, 1929-1930
20 Mexican criminal activities, 1926-1929
21 Tomas Nuñez murder case, Raymondville, 1929
22 Mexican labor and immigration, 1930
23 Contested city election in Laredo, 1930
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2 Congressman John Box and Mexican Immigration
1 Correspondence and clippings concerning Box's immigration bill, 1929 February
2-24 Transcripts of selected documents on Mexican immigration from Box's files, 1923-1938

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Louis Wilmot Collection, 1927-1976

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1 Order Sons of America
1 Corpus Christi Council 4: Profit and loss statements
1. 1927 December 31
2. 1928 October 31
3. 1928 December 31
LULAC
2 Treasurer's reports
1. Dinner-Dance at the American Bottling Co., 1929 December 5
2. Colecta para el Fondo de Caridad, 1929 December
3. Gastos del Fondo de Caridad, 1929 December
4. Balance sheet 1929
3 Bank statements, 1930
4 Bank statements, 1933
5 Financial notebook, 1934-1936
6 Assorted lists
Printed Materials
7 Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, U.S. House of Representatives
1. Hearings conducted by the Committee, 1930 January 29-31 and February 3-4
2. Report of the Committee pubished March 13, 1930
8 Newspaper articles about LULAC
1. "Lulacs sponsor crazy baseball game Sunday," 1961 September 12
2. 37th Annual convention, 1966 June 26
3. "Aplauso de gradnes hombres a los LULAC en su marcha triunfal", 1969 March 29
9 Assorted newsclippings
1. "Anti-discrimination ordinance won't work, city officials believe", 1942 December 9
2. "Earlier bullfight didn't come off", 1963 September 13
3. "They built Corpus Christi; Early Mexican Americans left their mark on city", 1976 July 4
Miscellaneous
10 Letter from Tony Bonilla to Fidel Dávila concerning Wilmot's recognition as a Distinguished Member, 1974 June 3
Photographs
11 20 black and white and 2 color prints

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