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Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de Esquer Papers 1959-1993

MSS-132


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Esquer, Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de, 1942-
Title: Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de Esquer Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1959-1993
Quantity: 39 Boxes (19.5 Linear Feet)
Abstract:The Cecilia D. Esquer Papers house literature, correspondence, original research papers, and proposals documenting Esquer's involvement in education, politics, and law. Although the collection dates from 1959 to 1993, the bulk of the documents extend from 1982 to 1990. The collection has been divided into five series.
Identification: MSS-132
Language: Material is primarily in English with some Spanish
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Chicano Research Collection
Arizona State University Library
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Biographical Note

Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de Esquer was born in the copper mining community of Superior, Arizona on May 18, 1942. Esquer attended school in Superior and later in Phoenix when her father moved the family to the valley in order to seek better employment and educational opportunities for his children. After graduating from Phoenix Union High School, she received a two year scholarship to attend Arizona State University.

Esquer earned her B.A. in Business Education (1963), M.A. in Spanish (1965), and J.D. (1976) at Arizona State University. She went on to teach Spanish at McClintock High School in Tempe. She also taught Spanish (1971) and Business Law (1981-1985) classes at ASU. Esquer later became an instructor and chairperson of the Justice and Legal Studies Department at Phoenix College.

An advocate of civil rights, Esquer was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation in 1978 by President Jimmy Carter. In 1980 she was a hearing officer for the Credentials committee for the Democratic National Convention. In 1982, Esquer was an at large member of the Democratic National Committee and served as a delegate at the 1982 Democratic National Party Convention held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 25-27. She was also involved in the local community, serving on the board of directors for Community Legal Services and Valle del Sol Inc.; as Commissioner of the Arizona Structural Pest Control commission as appointed by Governor Rose Mofford; as a member of the Ad Hoc Public Access Civil Liberties Union Central Chapter; and as a Commissioner on the Tempe Municipal Arts Commission as appointed by Mayor Harry Mitchell. In addition, Esquer authored a book entitled The Lie About My Inferiority, Evolution of a Chicana Activist.

Cecilia Teyechea Denogean married Elias Yescas Esquer, a long-time and prominent educator in the Maricopa Community College system, in 1965. The couple had two children, Andrea and Marcos. Cecilia Esquer died of the West Nile virus in Phoenix on December 4, 2010.


Scope and Content Note

The Cecilia D. Esquer Papers house literature, correspondence, original research papers, and proposals documenting Esquer's involvement in education, politics, and law. Although the collection dates from 1959 to 1993, the bulk of the documents extend from 1982 to 1990. The collection has been divided into five series.

Series I: Professional Papers has been divided into four sub-series describing Esquer's work experiences in chronological order. Sub-Series A: Private Legal Practice contains literature, correspondence, and cases dealing with such issues as civil rights, bilingual education, school desegregation, immigration law, and Indian land rights. Sub-Series B: Legal Services Corporation shows a continuation of Esquer's work on these causes and reflects her commitment to fair and equitable legal aid under the auspices of the Legal Services Corporation (LSC). Included in this sub-series is correspondence and Congressional testimony regarding her appointment to the LSC, a number of policy statements and regulations for the LSC, LSC literature, and the text of several cases. Sub-Series C: College of Business houses faculty handbooks, correspondence, education journals, newsletters, and publications dealing with minority studies documenting the classes that Esquer taught at the Arizona State University College of Business. Finally, Sub-Series D: Revlon Foundation contains grant applications, participant lists, correspondence, and newsletters showing Esquer's work in helping minority high school students to continue their education and to consider careers in business.

Series II: Political Papers is divided into three sub-series. Sub-Series A: Democratic Papers: National Campaign Papers contains correspondence, reports, platforms, and publications showing Esquer's work with both the Arizona and the National Democratic Party. The contents of this sub-series were originally part of MSS-36. The bulk of these papers focus on Esquer's participation in the 1982 Democratic National Party Convention held in Philadelphia. Included are a number of platform papers from Jimmy Carter, Gary Hart, and Walter Mondale, an analysis of the U.S. Catholic Conference, and correspondence from various politicians asking for her political support. Sub-Series B: Pest Control Commission houses regulatory guidelines, policy papers, committee minutes, newspaper clippings, and correspondence reflecting Esquer's responsibility for investigating the licensing and practices of the pest control industry in Phoenix. Sub-Series C: Public Access Management consists primarily of literature and procedural documents demonstrating Esquer's involvement in regulating Phoenix's public access television. Also included are several acts concerning the administration of Tucson's public access channel, correspondence to the committee, and the minutes of various meetings.

Series III: Civic Papers: Guadalupe Organization houses materials showing Guadalupe's history, articles describing the Guadalupe Organization's activities, and diagrams of the town of Guadalupe and the proposed Guadalupe Mercado. Also included are studies on the dropout rate in Guadalupe and a subsequent lawsuit filed against Tempe Elementary School District No. 3 in 1972 alleging school segregation and discrimination against Yaqui and Mexican children. Materials documenting this lawsuit include the text from the case, newspaper articles, and editorial commentary on the actions of Dr. William Payne, a schoolboard member, in this incident.

Series IV: Personal Papers: Academic Studies houses papers and notes created during Esquer's undergraduate career (1959-1965) and notes, papers, legal texts, reviews, and research papers dealing with various legal issues documenting her legal studies (1973-1976). Series V: Miscellaneous Papers consists primarily of a variety of magazines and other publications that Esquer accumulated during her professional career. Among the subjects discussed are Mexican Americans, the Annual Chicano Behavioral Health Conference Recommendation, the report of the Fourth Annual Chicano Behavioral Health Conference, foreign affairs, and historical issues (including an article on the Mormon missions that established the Salt River Colony and papers on the U.S. Department of State National Foreign Policy Conference and NATO Review).


Arrangement

This collection consists of thirty nine boxes divided into five series:
Series I: Professional Papers
Sub-Series A: Private Legal Practice
Sub-Series B: Legal Services Corporation
Sub-Series C: College of Business
Sub-Series D: Revlon Foundation
Series II: Political Papers
Sub-Series A: Democratic Papers: National Campaign Papers
Sub-Series B: Pest Control Commission
Sub-Series C: Public Access Management
Series III: Civic Papers: Guadalupe Organization
Series IV: Personal Papers: Academic Studies
Series V: Miscellaneous Papers

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments in the Distinctive Collections Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (rm. 138) on the Tempe campus are available on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Note: All library reading rooms are currently closed as part of the ASU Library's COVID-19 response. Ask an Archivist is available Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m., for reference assistance regarding collection materials.

Copyright

The Arizona Board of Regents retains copyright to this collection for and on behalf of Distinctive Collections, Arizona State University Library. Requests for permissions to publish, display, or redistribute information from this collection must be submitted via our online application.


Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Baca Barragan, Polly.
Esquer, Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de, 1942- -- Archives.

Corporate Name(s)
Democratic Party (Ariz.).
Democratic Party (U.S.).
United States Catholic Conference.

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Arizona -- Archives.
Mexican American women -- Political activity.
Mexican Americans -- Politics and government.
Minority women lawyers -- Arizona -- Archives.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de Esquer Papers, MSS-132. Arizona State University Library: Chicano Research Collection.

Provenance

The Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de Esquer Papers were donated to the Chicano Research Collection in 1989 (ACC# 1989-00219). This accession was originally processed as MSS-36. Esquer donated additional materials (ACC# 1993-01138 and ACC# 1993-01178) in 1993. These accessions were combined with MSS-36 to form this collection.


Container List

Series I: Professional Papers
Sub-Series A: Private Legal Practice
BoxFolder
11 Bilingual Education: Keyes vs the School District of Colorado, 1973
12 Supreme Court (October Term), 1973 October
13 Parent Involvement: Bilingual Education, 1973-1978
14 Bilingual Education, 1974
15 Para los Ninos-For the Children, 1974
16 Supreme Moot Court; State of Aztlan, 1974
17 Toward Quality Education for Mexican Americans, 1974
18 A Better Chance to Learn: Bilingual-Bicultural Education, 1975
19 Report on Chinle School District, 1975
110 Una Mejor Oportunidad Para Aprender: La Educacion Bilingue Bicultural, 1975
BoxFolder
21 With Liberty and Justice for Some: Chicanos, Immigration and Neutralization Service, 1975
22 Title VI; Civil Rights, 1975-1978
23 Dr. William Payne's nomination to Board of Regents, 1976
24 Indian Education, 1976
25 Indian Law: Canby, 1976
26 Desegregation and Education Concerns of the Hispanic Community, 1977
27 School Desegregation: Report of State and Federal Judicial and Administrative Activity, 1977
28 Kennedy Memorial Foundation, 1977-1978
29 Zoning Ordinance for Tempe Arizona, 1977-1978
210 A Citizen's Guide to School Desegregation Law, 1978
BoxFolder
31 Bilingual Education Desegregation Plans, 1978
32 Cases; Bilingual Education, 1978
33 Community Relations Service Annual Report, 1978
34 Immigration Law and Economic Opportunities of the Alien, 1978
35 Indian Child Welfare Act "A Law for Our Children", 1978
36 Legal Issues in Bilingual Education, 1978
37 Legal Issues in Bilingual Education, 1978
38 Police Use of Deadly Force, 1978
39 Rights and Responsibilities of Parents and Schools in the Education of Handicapped Children, 1978
310 NLADA Briefcase, 1979
311 Use of the Rules of Evidence in Preparing Trial Strategy and Polishing Trial Technique, 1979
312 Bridge the Gap: Continuing Education for Lawyers, 1980
BoxFolder
41 Domestic Relations Handbook Maricopa County Superior Court Arizona, 1980
42 Education Law Bulletin, 1980
43 Financial Management for Sole Practitioners and Small Law Firms, 1980
44 Professional Liability: Preventing Legal Malpractice, 1980
45 School Discipline and Students Rights: An Advocate's Manual, 1980
46 Sixth Annual Family Law, 1980
47 Special Education: Guidelines for Advocates, 1980
48 Business Law Project, 1981
BoxFolder
51 Commission on Judicial Qualifications and Rules of Procedure for the Commission on Judicial Qualifications, 1981
52 Contractor's Recovery Fund, 1981
53 National Employment Law Project Inc., 1981
54 Ten Techniques for Shifting Income from a High Bracket to a Low Bracket, 1981
55 The Business Law Forum, 1981
56 Wharton School Paper, 1981
57 State of Arizona 35th Legislature, 1981-1982
58 State of Arizona Directory of the 35th Legislature, 1981-1982
59 Concise Explanation of the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982, 1982
510 Drinking/Driving Law Letter, 1982
511 Federal Trade Commission News Summary, 1982
512 Indian Education Proposal, 1982
513 Legal Systems and Community Advocacy, 1982
514 Pacific Southwest Business Law Association, 1982
515 Probate and Property, 1982
BoxFolder
61 Uniform Limited Partnership Act, 1982
62 Women in Law Conference, 1982
63 Arizona Casummaries; Arizona Bar Briefs, 1982-1983
64 Atlantic Community News, 1982-1983
65 Economic Development, 1983
66 Effects of Undocumented Aliens on Health and the Provisions of Public Health Care in Arizona, 1983
67 Grand Jury/Recketeering, 1983
68 Managing Ethics, 1983
69 Market Research Study for Chicanos Por la Causa Inc., 1983
610 New Changes in the Law, 1983
611 Tempe Community Council, 1983
612 Urban, State, and Local Law Newsletter, 1983
613 Legal Issues of Sanctuary, 1985
614 Migrant Farm Worker Program, 1985
615 Staff Meeting, 1985-1986
616 Correspondence Concerning Legal Issues, 1986
617 Maricopa County Bar Association Law Related Education Committee, 1986
618 Training Needs Assessment, 1986-1987
619 Aliens: ACLU Reports on Immigration, Undated
620 Arizona Driver's License Manual, Undated
621 Capacity: Children, Undated
622 Effects of Undocumented Aliens on Health and the Provision of Public Health Care in Arizona, Undated
623 Guide to Immigration Benefits, Undated
BoxFolder
71 Indian Law Canby, Undated
72 Indian Law: Canby Tooahnippah Adminstratrix, Undated
73 Interview Sheets, Undated
74 Miscellaneous Child Support Papers, Undated
75 Multiculturalism and the Courts, Undated
76 Parental Rights, Undated
77 Protection From Bureaucracy, Undated
78 Protection from Bureaucracy: An Overview of Judicial Review in Arizona, Undated
79 Protection From Bureaucracy: Dunlop vs. Bachowski, Undated
710 School Desegregation Issues, Undated
711 Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, Undated
712 Small Claims Court, Undated
BoxFolder
81 Sources of Good Legislative Information, Undated
82 The Problems With the Bilingual Education Regulations, Undated
83 Women Making a Difference, Undated
84 Your Rights: A Handbook for Native American Youth in Arizona, Undated
Sub-Series B: Legal Services Corporation
BoxFolder
85 State of Arizona Articles of Incorporation Maricopa County Legal Aid Society, 1953
86 Miscellaneous Legal Articles in Legal Services, 1964-1981
87 Justice and Reform the Formative Years of the OEO Legal Services Program, 1974
88 Legal Services Corporation Annual Report, 1976
89 Texas Medical Association vs Matthews, 1976
810 Thou Shalt Not Ration Justice: A History and Bibliography of Legal Aid in America, 1976
811 Federal Practice Seminar Statewide Legal Service Center Project, 1977
812 Board Meeting, Legal Services Corporation, 1978
813 Clearinghouse Review, 1978
814 Legal Services Corporation and the Client Community, 1978
815 Legal Services Corporation Annual Report, 1978
816 Legal Services Corporation Quality Improvement Project, 1978
817 Management of Legal Services, 1978
818 National Clients Council Memorandum and Correspondence, 1978
BoxFolder
91 NCC Resolutions and Bylaws, 1978
92 Confirmation: Legal Services Corporation Board of Directors, 1978-1980
93 Senate Confirmation Hearings, 1978-1980
94 Bureau of National Affairs Washington Memorandum, 1979
95 Information Directory on National Support Projects, 1979
96 Legal Services Corporation Committee on Operations, 1979
97 Legal Services Institute Correspondence, 1979
98 Legal Services Institute Office and Administrative Policies, 1979
99 National Clients Council Minutes to the Board of Directors Meeting, 1979
910 National Clients Council Proceeding of Annual Meeting, 1979
911 National Clients Council: An Overview of Activities, 1979
912 North Mississippi Rural Legal Services, 1979
913 President Jimmy Carter's Announcement to National Board Legal Service Corporation, 1979
914 Proposal for a National Link-up of the New Legal Services Corporation Law Offices and Law School Clinical Training Program, 1979
915 Quality Civil Legal Services for the Poor and Near Poor are Possible Through Improved Productivity, 1979
BoxFolder
101 Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellowship Program, 1979
102 Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellowship Program, 1979
103 Reginald Heber Smith Program Correspondence and Notes, 1979
104 Reginald Heber Smith Program Working Paper, 1979
105 Report to the Arizona State Support Planning Process, 1979
106 Research Institute on Legal Assistance, 1979
107 Census Poverty Task Force, 1980
108 Federal Agency Rulings, 1980
109 Legal Services Correspondence, 1980
1010 Legal Services Correspondence, 1980
1011 Legal Services Institute Workplan, 1980
1012 Legal Services Reauthorization, 1980
1013 Legal Services: Denver Meeting, 1980
1014 Media Help, 1980
1015 Office of Program Support, 1980
1016 Oral History Evaluation Guidelines, 1980
1017 Report of the Legal Services Institute, 1980
1018 Report on the Legal Services Institute, 1980
1019 Report on the National Clients Council, 1980
BoxFolder
111 Selected Funding and Staffing Characteristics of Field Programs Supported by Legal Services Corporation, 1980
112 The Heritage Foundation Mandate for Leadership Report on Poverty Agencies, 1980
113 Legal Services: Arizona, 1980-1981
114 Arizona Stateside Legal Services Project, 1981
115 Coalition for Responsible Federal Funding, 1981
116 Editorial Comment in Support of the Legal Services Corporation, 1981
117 Equal Justice Foundation, 1981
118 Legal Services, 1981
119 Legal Services Corporation Correspondence, 1981
1110 Legal Services Corporation Correspondence, 1981
1111 Legal Services Corporation Correspondence, 1981
1112 Legal Services Corporation Information, 1981
1113 Legal Services Corporation Informational Packet, 1981
1114 Legal Services Corporation News Clippings, 1981
1115 Legal Services Corporation Notes, 1981
1116 Legal Services Corporation Witness List, 1981
1117 Legal Services Denver Meetings, 1981
1118 Mandatory Public Service for Attorneys: A Proposal for the Future, 1981
1119 Notes on National Legal Aid Defense Fund, 1981
1120 Project Advisory Group, 1981
1121 Project Advisory Group, 1981
1122 Project Directors Input to Report on Struggle for Survival, 1981
1123 State of the Navajo Nation Address, 1981
1124 Statement of Stephen Sachs on Legal Services Corporation Reauthorization, 1981
1125 Testimony Submitted to the Subcommittee on Commerce, State, Justice, and Related Agencies, 1981
BoxFolder
121 The Community Legal Service Voice, 1981
122 The Workaday World: "Routine" Cases Vital to the Clients, 1981
123 Wharton School Paper, 1981
124 Budget Revision Office of Management and Budget, 1982
125 Arizona Statewide Legal Services Project Statewide Conference, 1982
126 Legal Services Corporation Appointments, 1982
127 Paper Delivered "Legal Systems", 1982
128 Southern Arizona Legal Aid Program Policy and Procedures Manual, 1982
129 The Importance of Legal Services, 1982
1210 The Importance of the Legal Services Corporation, 1982
1211 Annual Litigation Report (1982), 1983
1212 Government Relations, 1983
1213 High Quality Representation: The Fundamental Goal of Legal Services for the Poor, 1983
1214 Legal Services Corporation Articles, 1983
1215 Vita for Cecilia Esquer, 1983
BoxFolder
131 History of Legal Services, 1984
132 Legal Services Corporation Act, 1984
133 Legal Services Corporation Correspondence, 1984
134 Legal Services Corporation Correspondence and Letters, 1984
135 Legal Services Corporation Fact Book, 1984
136 Legal Services History, 1984
137 Legislative and Administrative Representation, 1984
138 Letters from the House of Representatives, 1984
139 New Times Article, 1984
1310 Senate Hearings, 1984
1311 Mountain States Legal Foundation, 1984-1985
1312 The Cornerstone, 1984-1986
1313 Project Advisory Group, 1984-1987
1314 Brief on Support of Legal Services Corporation, 1985
1315 Coconino County Legal Aid, 1985
1316 Community Legal Services and Southern Arizona Legal Aid Listings, 1985
1317 Draft Monitoring Report for Community Legal Services, 1985
BoxFolder
141 Final Monitoring Report for Grantee #7030506 (Arizona Statewide Legal Services), 1985
142 Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts Memorandum, 1985
143 Legal Needs Assessment of Eligible Clients in the Service Area of Community Legal Services, 1985
144 Legal Services Corporation Act Amendments of 1985, 1985
145 Legal Services Corporation Policy Group, 1985
146 Project Advisory Group, 1985
147 Statewide Report, 1985
148 Trial Court Trial Advocacy Skills Training, 1985
149 Community Legal Services, 1985-1986
1410 Statewide Report, 1985-1986
1411 Support Staff Training, 1986
1412 Analysis of S.2409 for National Legal Aid and Defender Association, 1986
BoxFolder
151 Arizona Statewide Committee Retreat, 1986
152 Center for Law and Social Policy, 1986
153 Code: Legal Services Corporation Act, 1986
154 Code: Legal Services Corporation Regulations Act, 1986
155 Congressional and Senate Correspondence, 1986
156 Continuing Legal Education, 1986
157 Four Rivers Indian Legal Services, 1986
158 Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts, 1986
159 Legal Services Committee Log Sheets, 1986
BoxFolder
161 LSC Articles, 1986
162 Miscellaneous Correspondence and Articles, 1986
163 NLADA Cornerstone, 1986
164 Notes and Miscellaneous Articles, 1986
165 Notes for Paper on the Importance of Legal Services, 1986
166 Program Notes, 1986
167 Project Advisory Group, 1986
168 Proposal for Arizona Bar Foundation Fellows Grant Program, 1986
169 Statewide Committee Retreat, 1986
1610 Texas Legal Service Center, 1986
1611 The Cornerstone, 1986
1612 Notes and Outlines, 1986-1987
1613 Southern Arizona Legal Aid, 1986-1987
1614 Arizona Bar Foundation Memorandum, 1987
1615 LSC Regulations on Legislative and Administrative Representation, 1987
BoxFolder
171 Standards for Investigation of Complaints and Monitoring Draft, 1987
172 Suggested Changes to LSC Regulations Governing Eligibility of Aliens for LSC Funded Legal Assistance, 1987
173 Community Legal Services Financial Statements and Additional Information, 1987-1988
174 Miscellaneous Articles, 1987-1988
175 Center for Law and Social Policy Correspondence to Regulations Working Group, 1988
176 Correspondence, 1988
177 Legislative Committee, 1988
178 LSC Draft Monitoring Report, 1988
179 Commission on the Courts, 1989
1710 Community Legal Service-Farmworker Advisory Commission, 1989
1711 Community Legal Services Financial Statements, 1989
1712 Community Legal Services Memorandum and Correspondence, 1989
1713 Farmworker Program Legal Problem Analysis, 1989
1714 IOLTA Legal Services Grants Summary Sheet for Fiscal Year 89, 1989
1715 Miscellaneous Articles, 1989
1716 Project Advisory Group, 1989
1717 Access to Low Cost Legal Services by the Near Poor and the Middle Class, Undated
BoxFolder
181 Aprecio de Necesidades de Servicios Legales de la Communidad, Undated
182 Client Board Member Training, Undated
183 Coalition for Responsible Federal Funding Mailing List, Undated
184 Community Legal Services Documents, Undated
185 Community Legal Services Needs Assessment, Undated
186 American Enterprise Institute Legal Services for the Poor, Undated (Draft)
187 Governor Babbitt: Legal Services Corporation, Undated
188 Importance of the Legal Services Corporation, Undated
189 Legal Aid Controversy, Undated
1810 Legal Services Corporation Appointments, Undated
1811 List of Legal Services Corporation State Coordinators, Undated
1812 Operations and Regulations Committee Meeting, Undated
1813 Power Struggles, Undated
1814 Standards for Providers of Civil Legal Services, Undated
1815 The Growth of Non-Judicial Dispute Resolution: Speculations on the Effects on Justice for the Poor and on the Role of the Legal Service, Undated
1816 Unmet National Support Needs; An Options Paper, Undated
1817 Work Groups for Legal Services, Undated
Sub-Series C: College of Business
BoxFolder
191 Tempe School District Number 3 Appraisal of Supervisor, 1975
192 Mexican American Management Program, 1976
193 American Educator, 1977
194 Reputation of Business Journals - As Used by Business School Deans, 1978-1980
195 Affirmative Action, 1979
196 Decision Sciences, 1979
197 Women Working: Past, Present, and Future, 1980
198 Policies and Procedures, 1980-1981
199 Dayton Hudson Corporation, 1980-1982
1910 College of Business Administration, 1980-1984
1911 Business Law Area, 1981
1912 Hispanic National Bar Association, 1981
1913 Proposal for the Creation of an Office of Minority Affairs at ASU, 1981
1914 Miscellaneous Legal Proceedings Newspaper Articles, 1981-1983
1915 Administrative Services, 1981-1984
BoxFolder
201 A.S.U. Faculty Handbook, 1982
202 A.S.U. Travel, 1982
203 ASU Insurance, 1982
204 Career Options in Business: A Program for Hispanics, 1982
205 Educational Record, 1982
206 Foreign Investments, 1982
207 Intercambios Femeniles, 1982
208 Ongoing Research, 1982
209 Arizona State University Committee Roster, 1982-1983
2010 Miscellaneous Newsletters, 1982-1983
2011 NEA Newsletters, 1982-1983
2012 The Urban Lawyer, 1982-1983
2013 A.S.U. Commencement Program, 1983
2014 Arizona Business, 1983
2015 ASU: Supplemental Professional Activities, 1983
2016 Bilingualism: In the State and National Interest, 1983
2017 Career Services, 1983
2018 Chicano Faculty and Staff Association, 1983
2019 Computer Account, 1983
BoxFolder
211 Howard University, 1983
212 LSAT: Prelaw Adviser, 1983
213 Minorities, Women, and Institutional Change, 1983
214 NEA Now, 1983
215 Newsletter of the Southwest Institute for Research on Women, 1983
216 Report on Minority Faculty Development Research Grant, 1983
217 University Bulletin, 1983
218 Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education, 1983-1984
219 Arizona State University Committee Roster, 1983-1984
2110 Associated Students of Arizona State University Bylaws, 1983-1984
2111 Hispanic Business, 1983-1984
2112 Minorities Publications, 1983-1984
2113 Legislative Internship, 1984
2114 Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education, 1984
2115 Arizona Bar Briefs, 1984
2116 Arizona State Prelaw, 1984
2117 Hispanic Business Students Association, 1984
BoxFolder
221 Hispanic Business Students Association, 1984
222 Hispanic Convocation, 1984
223 The Collegiate Forum, 1984
224 Esquer Time Records, 1986
225 Advisees, Undated
226 Advising, Undated
227 Arizona State Institutional Plan for Chicano Higher Education, Undated
228 ASASU Bylaws, Undated
229 ASU Regulations, Undated
2210 Calo Cuento y Cancion, Undated
2211 Career Guidelines, Undated
2212 Collegiate News & Views, Undated
2213 Counseling Service, Undated
2214 Curriculum Forms, Undated
2215 Esquer Advisees, Undated
2216 Grading/Withdrawl, Undated
2217 Petition to Standards Committee, Undated
2218 Policy 54, 57, Undated
2219 Teacher Certification Papers, Undated
Sub-Series D: Revlon Foundation
BoxFolder
231 Follow Up Letter, 1980
232 Annual Report, 1981
233 Career Options in Business Final Report, 1982
234 Revlon Project List of Participants, 1982
235 Revlon: Program, 1982
236 Revlon: Vouchers, 1982
237 Sallie Martinez, 1982
238 Revlon Project Correspondence, 1982-1983
239 Revlon Followup Addresses, 1983
2310 Revlon Project Followup, 1983
2311 Revlon Project Questionnaire, 1983
2312 Revlon ASU Requirements (for 1984), 1983
BoxFolder
241 Annual Reports Career Options in Business, 1983
242 Career Option in Business Questionnaire Tally Sheet, 1983
243 Copy Acquisition Forms, 1983
244 Cover Letters, 1983
245 Minority Faculty Development Program, 1983
246 Minority Recruitment Scholarships, 1983
247 Revlon Correspondence, 1983
248 Revlon Evaluation, 1983
249 Revlon Newsletters, 1983
2410 Revlon Project Article, 1983
2411 Revlon Project Papers, 1983
2412 Revlon II, 1983-1984
2413 Revlon Reunion II, 1983-1984
2414 Revlon Proposal, 1984
2415 Revlon Correspondence, 1984
2416 Revlon Proposal (for 1985), 1984
2417 Revlon Reunion, 1984
2418 Career Option in Business Questionnaires, Undated
2419 Revlon Newsletter, Undated
Series II: Political Papers
Sub-Series A: Democratic Papers: National Campaign Papers
BoxFolder
251 Arizona Democratic Primary Election Candidates, 1974
252 Campaign Consultation Program: Building a Volunteer Organization, 1974
253 Campaign Consultation Program: Campaign Planning, Management, and Budget, 1974
254 Campaign Consultation Program: Candidate Activity, 1974
255 Campaign Consultation Program: Fund Raising, 1974
256 Campaign Consultation Program: Get Out The Vote, 1974
257 Campaign Consultation Program: In-House Polling, 1974
258 Campaign Consultation Program: Individual Voter Contact, 1974
259 Campaign Consultation Program: Media, 1974
2510 Campaign Consultation Program: Targeting and Demographic Research, 1974
2511 Charter of the Democratic Party of the United States, 1974
2512 Miscellaneous Campaign Materials, 1974-1976
2513 Democratic National Committee, 1975
2514 Voter Registration Manual, 1975
2515 "A New Beginning" by Jimmy Carter, 1976
2516 Democratic Party Platform, 1976
2517 Carter-Mondale on the Issues, 1976
2518 Carter-Mondale on the Issues; Post-Convention Issues, Issues Outline, 1976
2519 Pre-Convention Issues, 1976
2520 The Official Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention, 1976
2521 Inaugural Committee Information, 1977
2522 Democratic National Platform, 1980
2523 Democratic National Convention, 1980
BoxFolder
261 Arizona State Democratic Committee By-Laws, 1981
262 Democratic State Correspondence, 1981-1982
263 General Political Correspondence, 1981-1982
264 A Democratic Strategy for a Secure Energy Future, 1982
265 A Democratic Strategy for Restoring Economic Growth, 1982
266 An Analysis of Political Attitudes in the State of Arizona, 1982
267 Correspondence, 1982
268 Democratic National Committee Hispanic Caucus Meeting, 1982
269 Democratic National Conference, 1982
2610 Democratic National Conference Program Guide, 1982
2611 Democratic Strategy for Military Reform, 1982
2612 Democratic Strategy for Preventing Nuclear War, 1982
2613 Executive Committee Report, 1982
2614 Hispanic Council: By-Laws, 1982
2615 Hispanic Participants and Replacements, 1982
2616 Issues Workshops: Democratic Party Goals and Principles: Amendments Addendum, 1982
2617 Issues Workshops: Democratic Party Goals and Principles: Amendments, 1982
2618 Issues Workshops: Democratic Party Goals and Principles: Draft Workshop Statements, 1982
2619 Miscellaneous, 1982
2620 Walter F. Mondale on the Issues, 1982
2621 Comparison of U.S. Catholic Conference Platform Testimony, Undated
2622 Democratic National Committee Campaign Manual, Undated
Sub-Series B: Pest Control Commission
BoxFolder
271 Dwelling Construction Under the Uniform Building Code, 1976
272 Ornamental and Turfgrass Pest Control, 1976
273 Contractors License Laws and Regulations, 1981
274 Venomous Animals of Arizona, 1982
275 Open Meetings Law, 1984
276 Guide to the Inspection of Existing Homes, 1986
277 Pesticide Safety for Non-Certified Mixers, Loaders, and Applicators, 1986
278 Citizen's Guide to Pesticides, 1987
279 Investigations: E.P.A./Probe/A.G., 1987-1989
2710 Structural Pest Control Commission Budget, 1987-1989
2711 Certification Training Manual for the Structural Pesticide Applicator, 1988
2712 Oversight Committee Package, 1988
2713 Policies, 1988
2714 Structural P.C. Commission Orientation Folder, 1988
2715 Structural Pest Control Commission Minutes, 1988
BoxFolder
281 Dan Columbus, 1988-1989
282 Rule Revision, 1988-1990
283 Accreditation Committee, 1989
284 Arizona Pest Control Association, 1989
285 Commissioners, 1989
286 Correspondence: Special, 1989
287 Interagency Agreements, 1989
288 Jack Root, 1989
289 License/Certification, 1989
2810 Parts per Million/Costs/Sq. Feet, 1989
2811 Pretreatment, 1989
2812 Public Forums, 1989
2813 Structural Pest Control Commission Minutes, 1989
2814 Watch Dog Committee, 1989
2815 Attorney General's Opinions, 1990
2816 Correspondence File: General, 1990
2817 Inter Tribal Council Internships, 1990
2818 Legislation, 1990
2819 Pesticide Information, 1990
2820 Policies, 1990
BoxFolder
291 Policy Sessions, 1990
292 Press, 1990
293 Risk Management, 1990
294 Structural Pest Control Commission Minutes, 1990
295 Executive Director Search, Undated
296 Federal Housing Commission Forms, Undated
297 Legislation, Undated
298 Pesticide Poisoning, Undated
299 Structural Pest Control Commission Complaint Form, Undated
Sub-Series C: Public Access Management
BoxFolder
2910A Public Access Notebook: Contracts and Administrations Memo, 1990-1993
2910B Public Access Notebook: Access Operating Rules and City of Phoenix License Agreement, 1990-1993
2910C Public Access Notebook: Public Access Workshop Manual, 1990-1993
2910D Public Access Notebook: Valley Community Access Television List of Members, 1990-1993
2910E Public Access Notebook: Valley Community Access Television Correspondence, 1990-1993
2910F Public Access Notebook: City of Phoenix Council Members Question and Ethics Books, 1990-1993
2910G Public Access Notebook: Table of Contents and Agendas, 1990-1993
2910H Public Access Notebook: Minutes to the Ad Hoc Public Access Management Citizens Committee, 1990-1993
2910I Public Access Notebook: City Council Report Request for Proposal for Access Manager Corporation, 1990-1993
2910J Public Access Notebook: Cable Act of 1984, 1990-1993
2910K Public Access Notebook: Valley Community Access Television Position Papers and Correspondence, 1990-1993
2910L Public Access Notebook: Dimension Cable Services Views, 1990-1993
2910M Public Access Notebook: Public Access Rules and Procedures, 1990-1993
2910N Public Access Notebook: Rules and Procedures for the Use of Tucson Community Cable, 1990-1993
2910O Public Access Notebook: 1990 Annual Report Tucson Community Cable Corporation, 1990-1993
2910P Public Access Notebook: Valley Community Access Television Presentation, 1990-1993
2910Q Public Access Notebook: Improvements to Public Access, 1990-1993
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301R Public Access Notebook: Survey for Local Communities, 1990-1993
301S Public Access Notebook: Cable Television System License to American Cable Television, 1990-1993
301T Public Access Notebook: Notes, Public Access Guidelines and Agreements, 1990-1993
301U Public Access Notebook: Correspondence, 1990-1993
301V Public Access Notebook: Pamphlets, 1990-1993
302 Request for Public Access Management Corporation, 1992
303 Ad Hoc Public Access Management Citizen's Committee, Undated
Series III: Civic Papers: Guadalupe Organization
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304 Study to Discover the Location of Existing Special Spanish Classes for Spanish Speaking Classes, 1966
305 Dr. William Payne, 1968-1976
306 Donde Nacen Las Culturas, 1970
307 Tempe School District Number 3 Board of Trustee's Minutes, 1971
308 Study of High School Drop Outs from Guadalupe, 1971-1973
309 Guadalupe Articles, 1971-1980
3010 Guadalupe Organization vs. Tempe Elementary School Dist No. 3, 1972
3011 Selecting a Superintendent for the Tempe Union High School District, 1972
3012 Teachers and Students, 1973
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311 Newspaper Articles on Mexican Americans in Arizona, 1974-1976
312 Guadalupe Organization Newspaper Articles, 1975-1977
313 Dr. William Payne, 1976
314 Guadalupe Mercado, 1977
315 Guadalupe Town Council, 1977-1978
316 Cuan Buenas Son Nuestras Viviendas?, 1978
317 Town of Guadalupe, Arizona Comprehensive Plan, 1978
318 Town of Guadalupe, Arizona Comprehensive Plan, 1978
319 Valle del Sol Inc. Financial Statements, 1978
3110 Financial Statements and Auditor's Report Valle del Sol, Inc., 1979
3111 Guadalupe Organization, Incorporated, Plans and Presentations to Savings and Loans Regarding Development, 1979
3112 Future Impact of the Mexican American Community on Maricopa County Politics, 1980
3113 Development Overview, 1981
3114 Valle del Sol United Way Budget Proposal, 1981
3115 Research Ideas, 1983
3116 NALEO National Report, 1984
3117 Dr. William Payne, Undated
3118 Guadalupe Information, Undated
3119 Guadalupe Organization, Undated
3120 Guadalupe: A Quixotic Adventure, Undated
3121 Legal Issues Concerning Aliens, Undated
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321 Miscellaneous Tempe Union School Papers, Undated
322 Minorities/Education, Undated
323 Newspaper Articles on Mexican American Issues, Undated
324 Ordinance Number 8 Creating Rules and Regulations for Guadalupe, Undated
325 Phoenix Area SMSA, Undated
326 Transaction Privilege Code of the Town of Guadalupe, Undated
327 Youth Mural Project, Undated
Series IV: Personal Papers: Academic Studies
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328 The Modern Researcher, 1957
329 The Development of Oratorio, 1959
3210 Undergraduate Papers, 1959-1963
3211 Gilbert Law Summaries: Contracts, 1967
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331 Torts Notes, 1968
332 Due Process Rights of Student Speech, 1968-1969
333 Arizona Association of Mexican American Educators, 1969-1970
334 Gilbert Law Summaries: Corporations, 1971
335 Present and Proposed Special Services for Students at Mesa Community College, 1971
336 Gilbert Law Summaries: Torts, 1972
337 Contracts Notes, 1973
338 Gilbert Law Summaries: Constitutional Law, 1973
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341 Property Notes, 1973
342 Torts Notes, 1973
343 Contracts Class, 1974
344 Collective Bargaining, 1975
345 Evidence Notes, 1975
346a Landlord Tenant Notes, 1975
346b Landlord Tenant Notes: Tenant Relief Against Forfeiture, 1975
346c Landlord Tenant Notes: Problems in Developing Motions, 1975
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351 No More Good Men to Serve, 1975
352a Property Class Notes, 1975
352b Property Class Notes: Commercial Transfers, 1975
353 School Law, 1975
354 Law Notebook, 1976
355 Lawschool Notebook, 1976
356 Lawschool Notebook, 1976
357 The Chinle School Problem, 1976
358 Election Voting Rights, 1976-1981
359 Privacy, 1977
3510 Systems of State Support for School District Capital Expenditures, 1977
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361 Estate Planning Briefs, 1978
362 Reading Scores Arizona, 1978
363 Residency, 1978
364 Trends in Education, 1978
365 Community College Certificate, 1980
366 Research Bankruptcy, 1980
367 Research: Contracts, 1980
368 Research: Mortgages, 1980
369 Statues, 1980
3610 Research: Checks/Banks, 1981
3611 Research: Warranties, 1981
3612 Career Options in Business: A Program for Hispanics, 1982
3613 Research General, 1982
3614 Research Torts, 1982
3615 Research: 1st Amendment, 1982
3616 Research: Corporations, 1982
3617 Research: Secured Transactions, 1982
3618 College of Business Correspondence, 1982-1984
3619 Law School Admission Bulletin, 1984
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371 Prelaw Handbook, 1984
372 Contracts Outline, Undated
373 Court Reviews, Undated
374 Criminal Law, Undated
375 Data Access Description, Undated
376 Estate Planning, Undated
377 Interrelating Testamentary and Inter Vivos Transactions, Undated
378 La Verdad No Peca ... Pero Incomoda, Undated
379A Law Notes, Undated
379B Law Notes: Study Sessions, Undated
3710 Law Review Articles, Undated
3711 Law School Cases, Undated
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381 Phoenix Union High School District, Undated
382 Presentation for Interdisciplinary Class/What's Your Political I.Q., Undated
383 Property Notes, Undated
384 Sample Legal Documents, Undated
385 Sample Questions for a Masters in Spanish, Undated
386 Torts Outline, Undated
Series V: Miscellaneous Papers
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387 Miscellaneous School Board News, 1969-1976
388 Unidos Con McGovern, 1972
389 School Board Notes, 1973
3810 Scholarships and Loans Office for Spanish Speaking American Affairs, 1974
3811 Correspondence, 1975
3812 Mormon Mission Leads to Salt River Colony, 1976
3813 Arizona Tomorrow, 1979
3814 Articles on Mexican Americans, 1979-1981
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391 Annual Chicano Behavioral Health Conference Recommendation, 1982
392 Congressional Happenings, 1982
393 Fourth Annual Chicano Behavioral Health Conference, 1982
394 U.S. Department of State National Foreign Policy Conference, 1982
395 Gist, 1982-1983
396 State Department Newsletters, 1982-1984
397 Annual Chicano Behavioral Health Conference, 1983
398 Arizona Statistical Review, 1983
399 Second Annual Hispanic Women's Conference, 1983
3910 Soviet Propaganda Campaign Against NATO, 1983
3911 Arms Control, 1984
3912 Dan Bradley, 1986-1988
3913 Cecilia Esquer Resume, 1993
3914 Arizona Department of Education Application for Grant in Funds, Undated
3915 Correspondence, Undated
3916 NATO Review, Undated
3917 Personal Newspaper Clippings, Undated
3918 Records Retention Timetable, Undated