Bookmark this page or copy and paste URL to Email message

Gilbert G. Gonzalez Collection 1864-2001

MSS-221


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Gonzalez, Gilbert G., 1941-
Title: Gilbert G. Gonzalez Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1864-2001
Quantity: 87 Boxes (43.5 Linear Feet)
Abstract:The Gilbert G. Gonzalez Collection consists of journal articles, book chapters, personal notes, newspaper articles, lesson plans, Mexican consulate records, bibliographic entries and citations, handwritten research notes, marginal notes, and numerous yellow "Post It" notes. Primary and secondary source materials in this collection are written in both English and in Spanish. There are no translations provided for the materials written in Spanish.
Identification: MSS-221
Language: Material in English and 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

Dr. Gilbert G. Gonzalez (Professor Emeritus and Historian at the University of California-Irvine, Chicano/Latino Studies) was one of eight children born to Mexican immigrant parents. Raised and educated in southern California, Dr. Gonzalez received his Ph.D. in United States history from UCLA in 1974. In 1971, Gonzalez was affiliated with the Program in Comparative Culture at the University of California-Irvine, where he established his interests in ethnic studies, U.S.-Mexico agricultural labor relations, Mexican consuls and public policy, segregation of Mexican children in the southwestern states, and Mexican immigration.

Considered by his peers as "one of the preeminent scholars of Chicano history and transborder studies", Gonzalez's work argues that Mexican migration since the late nineteenth century is the social and political consequence of United States' economic dominion over Mexico. Indeed, this theme permeates Gonzalez's scholarship. Currently, Gonzalez and a colleague, Vivian Price, are completing a film documentary titled Soldiers of the Fields: Forgotten But Not Silenced, a historical perspective on the lives, struggles, and sacrifices of the men and women of the U.S.-Mexico Bracero Program, which brought approximately 4.8 million Mexican agricultural workers into the United States over a twenty-two year period (1942-1964). Gonzalez also served as a Professor of Social Sciences and Director of the Labor and Studies Program at the University of California-Irvine.


Scope and Content Note

The Gilbert G. Gonzalez Collection consists of journal articles, book chapters, personal notes, newspaper articles, lesson plans, Mexican consulate records, bibliographic entries and citations, handwritten research notes, marginal notes, and numerous yellow "Post It" notes. Primary and secondary source materials in this collection are written in both English and in Spanish. There are no translations provided for the materials written in Spanish.

Series I: Personal Papers and Writings dates from 1970 to 2001 and includes several drafts of Professor Gonzalez's 1974 UCLA dissertation, The System of Public Education and Its Function Within the Chicano Communities, 1920-1930; handwritten research notes and drafts of manuscripts, including materials published as Progressive Education: a Marxist Interpretation (circa 1982), Chicano Education in the Era of Segregation (circa 1990), Labor and Community: Mexican Citrus Worker Villages in a Southern California County, 1900-1950 (circa 1994), and Mexican Consuls and Labor Organizing: Imperial Politics in the American Southwest (circa 1999); and preliminary notes for, and correspondence with, the publisher of Culture of Empire: American Writers, Mexico and Mexican Immigration, 1880-1930 (circa 2003).

Series II: Los Angeles Schools includes research notes taken from the Los Angeles School Journal (1920s); Los Angeles School Education Bulletin (1920s); Los Angeles School District Publications (1920s and 1930s); and Los Angeles School Board of Education Minutes (1950s).

Series III: Chicano Studies at the University of California at Irvine offers such primary source materials as annual reports, correspondence, and minority and academic personnel employment statistics produced by the Chicano/Latino Faculty Association and the Affirmative Action Committee at the University of California at Irvine, where Dr. Gonzalez held memberships (1980s and 1990s). Also included in this series are Dr. Gonzalez's lesson plans for his Chicano studies courses.

Series IV: Manuscript Materials contains numerous photocopies of selected book chapters from scholarly publications, articles published in trade periodicals, contemporary southwest monographs, and articles from the Spanish-language Mexican newspaper La Opinión, which was published in Los Angeles in the 1940s. Subjects discussed include the history of Mexico (1860s to 1890s), Mexican social life and customs (1900 to 1920s), the education of Mexican children in the southwest (1920s), the condition of Mexican agricultural laborers and Japanese growers in southern California (1930s), agricultural labor strikes and unionism (1930s and 1940s), and intelligence test scores of Mexican children (1940s and 1950s). Also included are numerous undated 5" x 7" and 3" x 5" index cards bearing Dr. Gonzalez's handwritten notes on such topics as the state of U.S.-Mexico history and thought, Mexican immigration, and Mexican culture and labor.


Arrangement

This collection consists of eighty-seven boxes divided into four series:
Series I: Personal Papers and Writings
Series II: Los Angeles Schools
Series III: Chicano Studies at the University of California at Irvine
Series IV: Manuscript Materials

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)
Gonzalez, Gilbert G., 1941- -- Archives.

Corporate Name(s)
Los Angeles Unified School District.
University of California, Irvine.

Subject(s)
Agricultural laborers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Foreign workers, Mexican -- United States -- History.
Migrant agricultural laborers -- California.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Gilbert G. Gonzalez Collection, MSS-221. Arizona State University Library: Chicano Research Collection.

Provenance

The Gilbert G. Gonzalez Collection was donated to the Chicana/o Research Collection by Dr. Gilbert G. Gonzalez in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, and 2003. (ACC#’s 1994-01407; 1994-01409; 1994-01417; 1995-01603; 1996-01749; 1997-01881; and 2003-02632).


Container List

Series I: Personal Papers and Writings
BoxFolder
11 Curriculum Vitae, Undated
12 Latin American Underdevelopment by Gilbert G. Gonzalez, 1970
13 Factors Relating to Property Ownership of Mexicans in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1970
14 Paper Regarding Chicano History/Urban Development by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1972
15 Theoretical Framework for Comparative Culture by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1972
16 Chicano, Education and Social Control by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1973
17 Rough Draft Chapter 1: Stereotypes of Mexican Americans and Education, 1973
18 Rough Draft Chapter 3: Stereotypes of Mexican Americans and Education, 1973
19 Rough Draft: Racial Studies Chapter, 1973 (With Handwritten Notes)
110 The System of Public Education and its Function within the Chicano Communities 1920-1930 by Gilbert G. Gonzalez, 1974 (Dissertations)
111 Partial Newspaper Article on Gilbert G. Gonzalez, 1994
112 A Brief Review of Chicano Educational History in California: A Legacy of Inequality by Gilbert G. Gonzalez, 1994
113 Labor's Ambivalent Friend?: Mexican Consuls and the California Agricultural Strikes of 1933 and 1934 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1994 August 23 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
114 Labor's Ambivalent Friend?: Mexican Consuls and the California Agricultural Strikes of 1933 and 1934 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1994 August 31 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
115 Labor's Ambivalent Friend?: Mexican Consuls and the California Agricultural Strikes of 1933 and 1934 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1995 September 7 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
116 Labor's Ambivalent Friend?: Mexican Consuls and the California Agricultural Strikes of 1933 and 1934, 1994 (With Editorial Comments)
117 A Legacy of Segregation: Chicano Educational History, 1994 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
118 The Interventions of Mexican Consuls in the Imperial Valley Agricultural Labor Organizing and Strikes, 1928-1934, 1994 January 31 (Edited Draft)
BoxFolder
21 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Table of Contents, Introduction With Handwritten Notes, and Edited Drafts)
22 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Preface)
23 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Introduction with Handwritten Notes)
24 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Introduction with Handwritten Notes)
25 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Introduction with Handwritten Notes)
26 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Introduction with Handwritten Notes)
27 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Old Version of Introduction)
28 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Handwritten Research Notes for Chapter 1)
29 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 1 With Handwritten Notes)
210 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 1 With Handwritten Notes)
211 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 1 With Handwritten Notes)
212 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 2 With Handwritten Notes)
213 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 2)
214 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 5 With Handwritten Research Notes)
BoxFolder
31 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 2)
32 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 2 With Handwritten Notes)
33 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 3 With Handwritten Research Notes)
34 IImperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 3)
35 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 3 With Handwritten Notes)
36 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 3 With Handwritten Notes)
37 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 3 With Handwritten Notes)
38 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 3)
39 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 4 With Handwritten Notes)
310 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 4 With Handwritten Notes)
BoxFolder
41 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 4 With Handwritten Notes)
42 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 4 With Handwritten Notes)
43 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 4 With Handwritten Notes)
44 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 4 With Handwritten Notes)
45 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 5 With Handwritten Notes)
46 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 5 With Handwritten Notes)
47 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 5 With Handwritten Notes)
48 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 5 With Handwritten Notes)
49 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 5 Revision)
BoxFolder
51 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 6 With Handwritten Notes)
52 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapter 6 With Handwritten Notes)
53 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 6 With Handwritten Notes)
54 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 6 With Handwritten Notes)
55 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Chapter 6 With Handwritten Research Notes)
56 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Pages 1-132 With Handwritten Notes)
57 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Pages 133-341)
BoxFolder
61 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Introduction-Chapter 3 With Handwritten Notes)
62 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Pages 1-182 With Handwritten Notes)
63 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Edited Draft of Pages 183-634 With Handwritten Notes)
64 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Introduction and Chapter 2 With Handwritten Notes)
65 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Chapters 2 and 6 With Handwritten Notes)
66 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1997 (Bibliography)
67 Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1998 (Readers' Comments from Publisher)
68 Segregation and the Education of Mexican Children 1900-1940 by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1998
BoxFolder
71 Correspondence from Publisher Regarding "Empire and the Origins of Twentieth Century Mexican Migration to the United States" by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1999 January 15
72 Correspondence from Publisher Regarding "Empire and the Origins of Twentieth Century Mexican Migration to the United States" by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1999 December 3
73 Correspondence from Publisher Regarding "Empire and the Origins of Twentieth Century Mexican Migration to the United States" by Gilbert Gonzalez, 1999 December 10
74 Correspondence from Publisher Regarding "Empire and the Origins of Twentieth Century Mexican Migration to the United States" by Gilbert Gonzalez, 2001 September 24
75 Article for International Report, Undated
76 Dr. Gonzalez's Comments on Reviewing Schools of Their Own by Lynne Marie Getz, Undated
77 Handwritten Research Notes for Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940, Undated
78 Handwritten Research Notes for the Spying Section of Imperial Politics: Mexican Consulates and the Mexican Immigrant Community, 1920-1940, Undated
79 The Relationship Between Progressive Educational Theory and Practice and Monopoly Capital by Gilbert Gonzalez, Undated
Series II: Los Angeles Schools
BoxFolder
81 Los Angeles School District School Publication, 1911-1924 (Publications 3-183; Research Notes)
82 Los Angeles School Journal, 1922 (Volume 1 Research Notes)
83 Los Angeles School Journal, 1923 (Volume 6 Research Notes)
84 Los Angeles School Journal, 1923 (Volumes 7-8 Research Notes)
85 Los Angeles School Education Bulletin [research notes on this publication], 1923-1928 (Research Notes)
86 Los Angeles School Board of Education Educational Research Bulletin, 1924 (Volume 2 Research Notes)
87 Los Angeles School Journal, 1925 (Volume 2, Part 2 and Volume 9, Part 1 Research Notes)
88 Los Angeles School Publications (Volume 3); Los Angeles Journal (Volume 9, Part 1; Volume 10, Part 1; Volume 11-12), 1925-1932 (Research Notes)
89 Los Angeles School Board of Education - Educational Research Bulletin, 1926 (Volume 1 Research Notes)
810 Los Angeles School Publications, 1929 (Research Notes)
811 Los Angeles School Journal, 1929 September-1930 June (Volume 13, Parts 1 and 2 Research Notes)
812 Los Angeles School Publications, 1931 (Volume 2 Research Notes)
813 Los Angeles School Board of Education Minutes: Short History of Los Angeles School System, 1956
814 Workshops on Proposed Chicano and Cultural Studies, 1968
815 Proposals for Cultural Studies Departments, 1968-1969
816 Chicano Course Outline, 1969
817 Chicano Studies at California College, 1969
818 Los Angeles School Division of Secondary Education, 1969
819 Mexican American Education Student Training Opportunity Scholarship, 1969
820 "Estudios de La Raza" by Maria Dolores Diaz, 1970 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

821 Open Letter #2: California State College at Los Angeles, 1971 November 25
Series III: Chicano Studies at the University of California at Irvine
BoxFolder
91 History 466, 467, 461, 250: Mexican American History Notes and Examinations, 1966-1976
92 Proposal for Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mexican Studies, 1968
93 Mexican American Studies 100, 1968-1969
94 Bibliographic Materials for Use in Mexican American Studies, 1969-1971
95 Chicano Moratorium Against the Vietnam War, 1970
96 The Mexican American People by Leo Grebler, Joan W. Moore and Ralph Guzman, 1970
97 MECHA Newsletter of University of California Irvine, 1970-1971
98 "Chicano News": Newsletter of University of California Irvine, 1971
99 Selected Bibliography for Oral Examination of Ysidro Ramon Macias, 1971
910 Unemployment in Orange County: Summary of Comments at UCI Campus Symposium, 1971
911 Community Projects Office Committee, 1971-1972
912 Newsletters and Articles on Chicano Studies, 1971-1973
913 Council of Scholars Meeting Minutes, 1972
914 HEW Proposal for Special Services Students, 1972
915 Lecture Notes to Mexican American Studies Classes, 1972
916 Notes on the National Question: A Summary of Criticisms and Comments, 1972
BoxFolder
101 Resumes for an Application in the Comparative Culture Department, 1972
102 Social Science Research Council Grant Application, 1972
103 Social Services for Disadvantaged Students, 1972
104 Summary of 299 Project for Gilbert Gonzalez: A Study of Curanderismo, 1972
105 Teacher Expectations in the Chicano Classroom by Rudy Torres, 1972
106 University of California Faculty Group Meeting, 1972
107 Association of Chicano Historians Papers, 1972-1973
108 Course Proposals, 1972-1973
109 Skills Course Chicano Literature Program, 1972-1973
1010 Committee on Latin American and Chicano Studies, 1972-1974
1011 Multicultural Education in the University of California System, 1972-1974
1012 The Church and Latin America, 1973
1013 Innovative Projects in University Instruction Application for Funds, 1973
1014 Notes for Chicano Studies Program, 1973
1015 Proposed Courses in Comparative Culture, 1973-1974
1016 Undergraduate Committee, 1973-1974
BoxFolder
111 University of California New Academic Plan for 1974-1978, 1974
112 Seeking Educational Reform Within the University by Student Body President, 1974
113 Statement of United States Intervention in the Chilean Coup, 1974 September 11
114 United States Involvement in Chilean Coup, 1974
115 The American Indian, 1975 (Brochure)
116 "The Blade": University of California Irvine Newspaper, 1975-1976
117 "New University": A Publication by University California Irvine, 1976-1977
118 All-UC Invitational Conference on the Comparative Study of Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Class, 1986
119 University of California Demographics of Minorities and Women, 1987-1992
1110 Chancellor's Affirmative Action Report, 1988
1111 Chancellor's Think Tank on Diversity Final Report, 1989
1112 Chicano/Latino Faculty Association, 1989
1113 Chicano/Latino Faculty Association Correspondence, 1989-1990
1114 Newsletter File with Handwritten Notes for Chicano Studies Committee, 1989-1990
1115 University of California Los Angeles Faculty List, 1989-1990
1116 "El Informe": Chicano/Latino Faculty Association Newsletter, 1990
1117 "Rethinking Chicano/Latino Studies" by Rodolfo F. Acuna, 1990
1118 Affirmative Action Committee Annual Report, 1990-1991
1119 Chicano/Latino Faculty Association Correspondence, 1991
BoxFolder
121 "Chicano Research at University of California" by Denise A. Segura, 1991
122 Proposal for the Chicano/Latino Studies Center, 1991
123 Task Force Report on Faculty Diversity, 1991
124 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action Committee Correspondence, 1991-1992
125 Articles Dealing with Employment Discrimination, 1991-1996
126 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action Chicano/Latino Issues, 1992
127 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action Committee, 1992
128 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action: Minority Member of the Academic Senate, 1992-1996
129 University of California Irvine Academic Personnel Stats, 1993
1210 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action Committee Correspondence, 1993
1211 Memorial Celebration for Cesar Chavez Flyer, 1993
1212 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action Annual Report, 1993-1994
1213 University of California Irvine Academic Personnel Stats, 1994
1214 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action Fact Sheets and Policy, 1994
1215 University of California Irvine Affirmative Action Committee: Meeting Minutes, Agenda, Year-End Report, 1994
1216 Chicano Students and the Graduate Program in Political Science, Undated
1217 Chicano Studies Outline and Course Preparation, Undated
1218 The Lack of Chicanos in the Profession: Some Recommendations for the Beginning of Training and Placement, Undated
1219 Critique of the Text of The Story of Our Country, Undated
BoxFolder
131 Affirmative Action Task Force Recommendations, 1994
132 Affirmative Action Email Correspondence, 1994
133 Affirmative Action Committee and Other Responses to Academic Task Force Report, 1994
134 Affirmative Action Committee Correspondence on Task Force Report, 1994
135 College of Medicine Report on the Status of Women, 1994
136 California Proposition 187, 1994-1995 (With Handwritten Notes)
Proposition 187 would deny services to illegal immigrants.
137 Affirmative Action Committee Correspondence and Meeting Minutes, 1995
138 University of California Faculty Handbook, 1995
139 Affirmative Action Task Force Report on Implementation of the Regents' Resolution on Employment Practices, 1995
1310 Affirmative Action Task Force Report on Business Contracting Practices, 1995
BoxFolder
141 Affirmative Action Task Force on Undergraduate Admissions Criteria, 1995
142 California Assembly Constitutional Amendment, 1995
This amendment relates to civil rights.
143 Irvine Academic Senate Bylaws, 1995
144 Regents of the University of California Correspondence, 1995
145 Newspaper Articles and Cartoons on Teachers Unions, 1995
146 American Federation of Teachers Union, 1995-1996
147 National Science Board, Research Roundtable, 1996
148 Affirmative Action Briefings, 1996
149 Irvine Libraries Budget, 1996-1997
1410 Wanted: New Leadership for Higher Education by Barry Munitz, 1996
1411 Affirmative Action Committee Correspondence, 1996
1412 Affirmative Action Committee: Rudy Acuna vs. University of California, 1996
1413 University of California Santa Barbara Faculty Legislative, 1996
1414 University Council: American Federation of Teachers Union, 1996
1415 Affirmative Action Committee Enclosures for Meeting, 1996
1416 Correspondence: Letters of Intent to Form a Focused Research Program in Labor Studies, 1997
Series IV: Manuscript Materials
BoxFolder
151 2,000 Miles Through the Heart of Mexico by Rev. J. Hendrickson McCarty, 1886
152 A Family Flight Through Mexico by Rev. E. E. Hale and Miss Susan Hale, 1886
153 Notes of a Tour in Mexico and California by J. H. Bates, 1887
154 The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft: A History of Mexico, 1888
155 Mexico by Susan Hale, 1888
156 Mexico: Facts About the Republic of Mexico by J. Park Alexander, 1890
157 Mexico Tours Through the Egypt of the New World by Reau Campbell, 1890
158 Literary Industries: A Memoir by Hubert Howe Bancroft, 1891
159 Mexico and the Mexicans by Reau Campbell, 1892
BoxFolder
161 The Situation of Mexico by Senor Romero, 1864
162 Mexico as it is by Albert Zabriskie Gray, 1878
163 Trade with Mexico: Correspondence between the Manufacturers' Association of the Northwest Chicago and Hon. John W. Foster (Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States to Mexico), 1878
164 "Railroads in Mexico" in Harper's Monthly Magazine, 1881
165 Che Wah! Wah! or Modern Montezumas in Mexico by George G. Street, 1883
166 Mexico and the Mexicans by Howard Conkling, 1883
167 Old Mexico and Her Lost Provinces by William Henry Bishop, 1883
168 Travels in Mexico and Life Among the Mexicans by Frederick A. Ober, 1884
169 Mexico of To-Day by Solomon Bulkley Griffin, 1886
BoxFolder
171 Aztec Land by Martin M. Ballou, 1890
172 Naturalist in Mexico by Frank Collins Baker, 1895
173 The Railway Revolution in Mexico by Bernard Moses, 1895
174 A White Umbrella in Mexico by Francis Hopkinson Smith, 1895
175 National Geographic articles about Mexico, 1896-1920
BoxFolder
181 Mexican Census, 1896
182 Picturesque Mexico by Marie Robinson Wright, 1897
183 Speech of Señor Don Matias Romero, 1887
184 The Awakening of a Nation by Charles L. Lummis, 1898
185 Land Without Chimneys by Alfred O. Coffin, 1898
186 Mexico and the United States by Matias Romero, 1898
187 Coffee and India-Rubber Culture in Mexico by Matias Romero, 1898
BoxFolder
191 Complete Guide and Descriptive Book: Mexico by Reau Campbell, 1899
192 Mexican Vistas by Harriott Wright Sherratt, 1899
193 Mexico Old and New: A Wonderland by Sullivan Holman McCollester, 1899
194 The Story of the Railroad by Cy Worman, 1899
195 Mexico - Our Next Door Neighbor by Rev. Francis S. Barton, 1900
196 The United States in the Orient by Charles A. Conant, 1900
BoxFolder
201 A Glimpse of Old Mexico by Jas. W. Wilkins, 1901
202 La Genesis del Crimen en Mexico, 1901 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

203 Mexico as I Saw it by Mrs. Alec Tweedie, 1901 (Part I)
204 Mexico as I Saw it by Mrs. Alec Tweedie, 1901 (Part II)
205 Mexico of Today by Señor Dr. Don Juan N. Navarro (Consul-General of Mexico in New York City), 1901
206 Engineering and Mining Journal Articles Published in New York, 1901-1904
207 United States Department of Labor Bulletin, 1902
208 Commerce of Mexico and the United States by Hon. O. P. Austin, 1902
209 International Bureau of the American Republics by Government Printing Office, 1904 (Chapter IX)
2010 The Engineering & Mining Journal, 1905-1907
BoxFolder
211 Exploration by N. S. Shaler, 1906
212 Mexico's Treasure-House (Guanajuato) by Percy F. Martin, 1906
213 Journeys of Observation by T. A. Rickard, 1907
214 Mexico and her People of To-Day by Nevin O. Winter, 1907
215 Mexico of the Twentieth Century by Percy F. Martin, 1907
216 Mines of Chihuahua by Jorge Griggs, 1907
217 Present Labor Conditions in Mexico by E. A. H. Tays, 1907
218 Character and Habits of the Mexican Miners by Allen H. Rogers, 1908
BoxFolder
221 Engineering and Mining Journals Published in New York, 1908 (Articles with Notes)
222 In Indian Mexico by Frederick Starr, 1908
223 The American Egypt: A Record of Travel in Yucatan by Channing Arnold and Frederick J. Tabor Frost, 1909
224 Engineering and Mining Journal Published in New York, 1909 (Articles with Notes)
225 Mexican Railroad Systems, 1909
226 Diplomatic Memories by John W. Foster, 1909 (Volume I)
227 Mexican Trails by Stanton D. Kirkham, 1909
BoxFolder
231 National Geographic Articles on Mexico, 1909
232 The Remedy for the Decadence of the Latin Race by C. S. Babbitt, 1909
233 Reports of the Board of Education Santa Ana, California, 1909-1918 (With Handwritten Notes)
234 Bits of Old Mexico by James A. Wilson, 1910
235 Excerpt from Yearbook of Southern California Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1910
236 United States State Department Files, 1910-1926
237 Abstracts of Reports of the Immigration Commission, 1911
238 Immigrants in Industries, 1911
BoxFolder
241 The Man Who Likes Mexico by Wallace Gillpatrick, 1911
242 Mexico, A History of its Progress and Development in One Hundred Years by Marie Robinson Wright, 1911
243 Impressions of Mexico by Mary Barton, 1911
244 Engineering and Mining Journal Published in New York Articles (With Handwritten Research Notes)
245 Housing Conditions among the Mexican Population of Los Angeles by John Emmanuel Kienle, 1912
246 Mexican Immigrants in the United States by Samuel Bryan, 1912
247 Viva Mexico by Charles Macomb Flandrau, 1912
BoxFolder
251 Mexican Immigrants in the United States by Samuel Bryan, 1912
252 Mexico To-Day by George B. Winton, 1913
253 Our Adventures in Tampico by Jack London, 1914
254 The Political Shame of Mexico by Edward I. Bell, 1914
255 The Real Mexico by H. Hamilton Fyfe, 1914
256 A Survey of Mexicans in Los Angeles, a Thesis by William Wilson McEuen, 1914
257 Thirteen Years in Mexico by Ada M. C. Drees, 1915
258 Commission of Immigration and Housing of California, 1916
259 The Girl: An Autobiography by Katherine Keith, 1916
2510 The Luster of Ancient Mexico by William H. Prescott, 1916
2511 Our Financial State in Mexico by Isaac F. Marcosson, 1916
2512 The Women of Mexico by Mrs. John W. Butler, 1916
2513 Notes on El Heraldo, 1916-1919
BoxFolder
261 30 Years with the Mexicans: In Peace and Revolution by Alen Buell Case, 1917
262 A American Loca by Santos Chocano, 1917
263 Latin America and the United States by Elihu Root, 1917
264 The Mexican Problem by Clarence W. Barron, 1917
265 Secretary of State Documents, 1917-1931
266 A Community Survey Made in Los Angeles City, 1918
267 Doheny Collection Documents, 1918
268 Doheny Research Foundation Documents, 1918
269 History of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Mexico by John Wesley Butler, 1918
2610 President Wilson's Foreign Policy, 1918
2611 The Heart of the Trouble in Mexico by Charles Johnson, 1919
2612 The Human Side of Mexico by Charles B. Nordhoff, 1919
BoxFolder
271 Mexico To-Day and To-Morrow by E. D. Trowbridge, 1919
272 The Plot Against Mexico by L. J. de Bekker, 1919
273 The Young Mexicans by Samuel Guy Inman, 1919
274 Office of the Board of Education, Santa Ana, California Reports, 1919-1925
275 The Americanization of Mexico by Edward M. Conley, 1919-1974
276 Americanization: California's Answer, 1920
277 Engineering and Mining Journal Published in New York Articles, 1920
278 The Immigrant from Mexico by Servando I. Esquivel, 1920
279 Inefficiency and Poor Food of Mexican Miners by C. H. Grabill, 1920
2710 Is Mexico Worth Saving by George Agnew Chamberlain, 1920
2711 The Mexican Peon in Texas by Frank Callcott, 1920
2712 Mexican Traits by Helen D. Marston, 1920
2713 Mexico Wants Oil Developed by Roberto V. Pesqueira, 1920
2714 The Process of Adjustment in Mexican and United States Life by Vera L. Sturges, 1920
2715 Special Schools for Mexicans by Stanley Grace, 1920
BoxFolder
281 Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for the State of California, 1920
282 The Survey Magazine, 1920 September 15
283 The Two Mexicos by Charles Johnson, 1920
284 Where We Stand with Mexico by Frederick Starr, 1920
285 Elementary Education for Adults by Ruby Baughman, 1920
286 Dr. George F. Clements (Manager Agricultural Department) Papers, 1920-1935
287 Distribution of Population in Mexico by Dumber W. Cushing, 1921
288 Mexico and its Reconstruction by Charles Lloyd Jones, 1921
289 The People of Mexico by Wallace Thompson, 1921
2810 Railroads of Mexico by Fred Wilbur Powell, 1921
BoxFolder
291 Trading With Mexico by Wallace Thompson, 1921
292 Alvaro Obregon Internal Memos in Spanish, 1921-1927
(Spanish)

293 Obregon/Calles - Mexican/Japanese Correspondence, 1921-1928
(Spanish)

294 Obregon/Calles Correspondence, 1921-1928
(Spanish)

295 United States Secretary of State Papers on Mexican Affairs, 1921-1929
296 Indian Blood and Otis Intelligence Test Studies, 1922
297 The Mexican Mind by Wallace Thompson, 1922
298 The Mexican Southland by Kamar Al-Shimas, 1922
299 The Use of Intelligence Tests in the Schools of a Small City by C.R. Tupper, 1922
BoxFolder
301 Articles from The Independent, 1922
302 High School Research Bulletin, 1922-1025
303 Articles from The Independent, 1923
304 Commission of Immigration and Housing of California, 1923
305 Correspondence from the Obregon/Calles Collection, 1923
In these letters, Obregon offers assistance to the Pesquiera family.
306 Egypt Old and New by Percy F. Martin, 1923
307 Manufacturer's Record, 1923
308 Mining History of Mexico by H. A. C. Jenison, 1923
309 The New Regional Survey of Mexico by B. Aitkin, 1923
3010 The Report on Illiteracy in Texas by Edward Everett Davis, 1923
3011 Social Revolution in Mexico, 1923
BoxFolder
311 National Geographic Magazine Articles, 1923-1924
312 American Federation of Labor/Mexican Federation of Labor Newspaper Articles Regarding Strikes and Strikers in Texas and California, 1923-1933
313 Articles from The Independent, 1924
314 A Gringo in Mañana-Land by Harry L. Foster, 1924
315 Growth of Los Angeles Industrially, 1924
316 Imperialistic America by Samuel Guy Inman, 1924
317 In and Under Mexico by Ralph McA. Ingersoll, 1924
318 Is America Fit to Join the League? By Francis Hackett, 1924
319 Pan-American Federation of Labor, Report of the Proceeding of the 4th Congress, 1924
3110 Reconstruction of the Jr. High School Curriculum in Los Angeles by Susan M. Dorsey, 1924
3111 The Social Contrast by Hilarie Belloc, 1924
3112 Articles from The Independent, 1925
3113 Children Working in the Sugar Beet Fields of Certain Districts of the South Platte Valley, Colorado by Sara A. Brown, 1925
3114 Mexican Independence Day Celebration, 1925
BoxFolder
321 Annual Report of the Commission of Immigration and Housing in California, 1925
322 Immediate and Pressing Race Problems of Texas by William Edward Garnett, 1925
323 The Mexican: An Educational Asset or and Educational Liability by Mrs. Leo M. Gamble, 1925
324 The Non-English Speaking Children and the Public School, 1925
325 A Review of Racial Psychology by Thomas R. Garth, 1925
326 Some Camouflaged IWW and their Political Friends by Francis Ralston Welsh, 1925
327 The Survey, 1925
328 High School Research Bulletin, 1925-1926
329 Agricultural Department Mexican Tariff Conference by The Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, 1926
3210 American Federation of Labor (AFL) 46th Annual Convention Report, 1926
3211 Articles from The Independent, 1926
3212 Bureau of Labor Statistics of the State of California, 1926
3213 Dr. George Clements Correspondence, 1926
3214 A Comparative Study of Mexican and American Children in the Schools of San Antonio, Texas, 1926
3214 Correspondence to Dr. Fay Cooper-Cole from Manuel Gamio, 1926
BoxFolder
331 The Industrial Psychology of the Immigrant Mexican by Thomas R. Garth, 1926
332 Interviews of Mexican Citizens about Their Lives in the United States, 1926
(English)

333 Mexican Citizens Living in the United States but Still Under Mexico Jurisdiction, 1926 (No Translation)
(English and Spanish)

334 Mexican Welfare Committee of the Colorado State Council of the Knights of Columbus Report, 1926
335 Notes on Conference with Mexican Consul, 1926 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

336 The People Next Door by George Creel, 1926
337 Railroad and Revolutions in Mexico by Alexander V. Dye, 1926
338 Excerpt from From a Mexican Notebook by John Dewey, 1926
339 Study of the Mexican Population in the Imperial Valley by Mrs. Kathryn Cramp, Miss Louise F. Shields and Charles A. Thomson, 1926
3310 United States Department of Labor Correspondence, Papers, 1926-1927
3311 La Opinion, 1926-1927 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

3312 Citations for Newspaper Articles, 1926-1933 (Handwritten)
BoxFolder
341 Recinos, Luis Felipe: Writings and Articles, 1926-1927
342 Studies on Education, 1926-1934
343 American Federation of Labor (AF of L) 47th Report of Proceedings, 1927
344 Among the Zapotecs of Mexico by Herbert Corey, 1927
345 Independent Publication Articles, 1927
346 Annual Report of the Commission of Immigration and Housing, 1927
347 Diplomatic Episodes in Mexico by Henry Lane Wilson, 1927
348 Friends of the Mexicans Conference, 1927
349 Immigrant Backgrounds by Henry Pratt Fairchild, 1927
3410 Interviews of Mexican Citizens Living in the United States, 1927 (Part 1; No Translation)
(Spanish and English)

3411 Interviews of Mexican Citizens Living in the United States, 1927 (Part 2; No Translation)
(Spanish and English)

3412 List of Medical Herbs with Prices per Pound, 1927 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

BoxFolder
351 La Opinion, 1927 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

352 Mexican Consul Report on Immigrant Community in Tucson, 1927 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

353 The Mexican Just Won't Work by Eva A. Frank, 1927
354 Mexican Laborers in the United States, 1927 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

355 Our Mexican Mistake, 1927
356 A Sociological Study of a Mexican School in San Antonio, Texas by James Kilbourne Harris, 1927
357 Statistics of the Mexican Population in New York, 1927
358 Wanted - A Mexico Policy by Wallace Thompson, 1927
359 The Mexican Republic Today by Jose Kelly, 1927
3510 War and Reconstruction Loans by William Lamont, 1927
3511 The World Tomorrow Publications: Can the Strike be Replaced? (March 27); The Propaganda Against Mexico (April 27), 1927
3512 Mexican Labor Unions in the Imperial Valley, 1927-1928
3513 La Prensa, 1927-1928
3514 Newspaper Articles on Strikes, 1928
3515 Articles from The Independent, 1928
BoxFolder
361 5th Annual Report of the Mexican Welfare Committee of the Colorado State Council of the Knights of Columbus, 1928
362 Cantaloupe Pickers Strike, 1928
363 The Development of an Americanization Program by Merton E. Hill, 1928
364 The Genius of Mexican Life by Hubert Herring, 1928
365 Interviews on Life in the Imperial Valley, 1928
366 Interviews on Life in California, 1928
367 Mexico Independence Day Celebrations in the United States, 1928 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

368 La Opinion, 1928 January-February (No Translation)
(Spanish)

369 Mexico's Program: An Opportunity by James Hoffman Batten, 1929
3610 La Opinion, 1929 (Includes Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

3611 Mexican Ambassadors of Good Will by Louise F. Shields, 1928
BoxFolder
371 Mexican Immigrants as Laborers by Henen W. Walker, 1928
372 Our Relations to the Nations of the Western Hemisphere by Charles Evans Hughes, 1928
373 Paul Taylor Papers, Imperial Valley, 1928
374 University of Southern California Studies, 1928
375 Citrus Workers Strikes, 1928-1934
376 Adult Mexican Education in the United States by Grace Elisabeth Reeves, 1929
377 A Case Study of Thirty Adolescent Mexican Girls and their Social Conflicts and Adjustments Withing the School by Florence Gordon Mason, 1929
378 Child Labor in Agriculture and Farm Life in the Arkansas Valley of Colorado by Bertram H. Mautner and W. Lewis Abbott, 1929
379 The Mexican Accent by Douglas Turney, 1929
3710 Mexico's Program: An Opportunity by James Hoffman Batten, 1929
3711 La Opinion, 1929 January-June (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

3712 La Opinion, 1929 July-December (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

BoxFolder
381 The Mexican Immigrant; An Annotated Bibliography by Dr. E. S. Bogardus, 1929
382 Newspaper articles from the Calexico Chronicle and Brawley News, 1929
383 Reading in the Elementary Schools of New Mexico by L.S. Tireman, 1929
384 Teaching English to Mexican Boys by Genevieve Martindale, 1929
385 Work Among Latins in the United States by Albert Moreau, 1929
386 The Open Forum, 1929 (Some Columns Hi-Lited)
387 Labor Issues with Possible Socialist Uprising, 1929-1935
388 Army Intelligence Files and Correspondence dealing with U.S. Department of Justice, State Department, and American Consular Officer in Charge for Mexico, 1929-1938
389 The Other Mexico Correspondence, 1929-1938
3810 America Invades the Border Towns by Jovita Gonzalez, 1930
3811 Ensayo: Inmigracion Mexicana, 1930
3812 A History of the Cannery and Agricultural Workers' Industrial Union by Porter M. Chaffee, 1930
BoxFolder
391 Imperial Valley Case Files, 1930
392 Los Angeles Educational Research Bulletin, 1930 February
393 Mining Methods and Costs at the Pilares Mine, Pilares de Nacozari, Sonora, Mexico by Everard Leland, 1930
394 The Mexican Population of Texas by H. T. Manuel, 1930
395 Imperial Valley: The Center of Sharpening Class Struggles by a Person Indicted for Criminal Syndicalism and Awaiting Trial, 1930
396 Mistreatment of Mexican Laborers in Strike at Brawley, California, 1930
397 La Opinion, 1930 January-June (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

398 La Opinion, 1930 July-December (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

399 The Spanish Speaking Child by Herschel T. Manuel, 1930
3910 Unionization of Agricultural Labor in California, 1930
3911 Unionization of Migratory Labor, 1903-1930, 1930
3912 Department of Rural Education by Henen Heffernan, 1931
3913 Los Angeles Research Bulletin, 1931 January-December
BoxFolder
401 Correspondence from the James Earl Wood Collection, 1930-1931
402 Testimony and Handwritten Notes from the James Earl Wood Collection, 1930-1931
403 Los Angeles Deportations, Immigration and Labor, 1930-1933 (With Handwritten Notes in Spanish)
404 Workers International Relief Strike in Imperial Valley, 1930-1934
405 United States Secretary of State and American Consulate General Correspondence Dealing with Emigration, 1930-1934
406 Articles from Labor Defender on Strikes in the Imperial Valley, 1930-1934
407 Demographics of Mexico, 1931
408 How Mexican Children Learn to Draw by Frances Shafer Waxman, 1931
409 Mexican Education in East Donna by Gladine Bowers, 1931
4010 The Mexican in Chicago by Robert C. Jones and Louis Wilson, 1931
4011 Old Mother Mexico by Harry Carr, 1931
BoxFolder
411 La Opinion, 1931 (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

412 A Real Activity Program by Glenn A. Riddlebarger, 1931
413 A Report on the Health and Nutrition of Mexicans Living in Texas by Jet C. Winters, 1931
414 A Strike is Criminal Syndicalism in California, 1931
415 Survey Magazine Articles about Mexicans in Texas, 1931
416 The United States and Mexico by James Fred Rippy, 1931
417 Newspaper Articles about Filipinos and Strikes, 1931-1934, Undated
418 Papers from the George Clements Collection, 1931-1937
The original copies of these materials are housed in Box 80 of the Clements Collection.
419 A Course in English for Non-English Speaking Pupils from The Bulletin, 1932
4110 Greater America by Wallace Thompson, 1932
BoxFolder
421 A Guide for Teachers of Beginning Non-English Speaking Children by the State of California Department of Education Bulletin, 1932
422 Los Angeles Education Research Bulletin, 1932 April-June
423 Methods of Teaching Mexicans by Betty Gould, 1932 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
424 La Opinion, 1932 (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

425 Removing the Language Difficulty by Alanasio Montoya, 1932
426 Second Generation Mexicans in Belvedere by Mary Lanigan, 1932
427 Documents from the American Consulate in Juarez, Mexico, 1932
BoxFolder
431 An Activity Curriculum in a School of Mexican Children by Junius L. Meriam, 1933
432 "Agitators Fail in Attempt to Initiate Strike" in The Brawley News, 1933 November 21
433 The Mexican in Arbol Verde, a Marginal Village by Mary Sauter, 1934
434 C&AWIU Convention Resolution (1933 August 3); Union Flyer About Joining Union (Undated), 1933
435 Newspaper Articles on Cotton Pickers Strikes (Perkins Files), 1933
436 The Development of the Mexican People in the Community of Watts, California by Clara Gertrude Smith, 1933
437 The Education of Native and Minority Groups: A Bibliography, 1923-1932, 1933
438 Education of Spanish Speaking Children in 5 Southwestern States by Annie Reynolds, 1933
439 Fruit Growers and Farmers Convention, 1933
4310 The Great Cotton Strike of 1933 by Porter Chaffee, 1933
4311 Hearing on the Cotton Strike, 1933
4312 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Case 16-3 Cotton Growers of San Joaquin Valley vs. The Cannery and Agricultural Workers' Union, 1933
BoxFolder
441 Investigation of the Program for the Adjustment of Mexican Girls to the High Schools of the San Fernando Valley by Laura Lucile Lyon, 1933
442 Mexican Community Service by Katharine K. Murray, 1933
443 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Case 16-3 Cotton Growers of San Joaquin Valley vs. The Cannery and Agricultural Workers' Union, 1933
444 La Opinion Regarding the El Monte Strike, 1933 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

445 La Opinion Regarding the El Monte Strike, 1933 (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

446 Newspaper Articles on the Imperial Valley Strike, 1933
447 Newspaper Articles on the Cotton Strike, 1933
BoxFolder
451 Newspaper Articles from the Fresno Bee on Strikes and Labor, 1933
452 Newspaper articles from the Oakland Tribune on Strikes and Labor, 1933
453 Newspaper articles from the San Francisco Chronicle on Strikes and Labor, 1933
454 Newspaper articles from the San Francisco Examiner on Strikes and Labor, 1933
455 Price list for Tagus Ranch Store, 1933
456 Miscellaneous Correspondence from the Abelardo Rodriguez Collection, 1933
457 Correspondence Regarding Strikes from the Abelardo Rodriguez Collection, 1933
458 Government Correspondence Regarding the Strike in California, 1933
459 Strike: Cotton Picker, California, 1933
4510 Strike, California: Trial Information, 1933
BoxFolder
461 Summary on Hearing on Cotton Strike, 1933
462 Ablelardo Rodriguez Collection: Imperial Strike, 1933-1934
463 Agricultural Worker Issued by the Cannery & Agricultural Workers Industrial Union [English and Spanish version], 1933-1934
(English and Spanish)

464 Correspondence Regarding California Strikes, 1933-1934
465 Government Correspondence Regarding California Strikes, 1933-1934
466 Mexican Liberal Party; Call to Mexicans in Los Angeles for Solidarity, 1933-1934
467 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Cases: Agriculture Workers (1933) and Imperial Valley Agreement (1934), 1933-1934
468 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Case 15-37 Vegetable Shippers of Imperial Valley, 1933-1934
469 Newspaper Articles for The Berkley Daily Gazette, 1933-1934
4610 Police, Commerce and Trade Issues with the United States from Rodriguez Collection, 1933-1934
4611 The Mexican Strike at El Monte, California by Charles B. Spaulding, 1934
BoxFolder
471 San Joaquin Cotton Strike Correspondence, 1933-1934
472 Clements Papers: El Monte Strike, 1933-1936
473 Newspaper Articles, 1933-1938 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
474 Abelardo L. Rodriguez Collection: Correspondence about Earthquakes and Strikes, 1933-1938
475 Mexico Diplomatic and Consular Memos, 1933-1939
476 The Americanization of Harlingen's Mexican Population, 1934
477 Ernest Besig's Report and Instructions for Collecting Information, 1934
478 California's Brown Book, 1934
479 Can the Radicals Capture the Farms of California? by Simon J. Lubin, 1934
4710 Cannery and Agricultural Workers Industrial Union, 1934
4711 A Case Study in Social Conflict by Helen Marston, 1934
4712 Confederacion Regional Obrera Mexicana Regarding the Treatment of Mexicans in the United States, 1934
4713 Correspondence Regarding Strikes Against Japanese Growers, 1934
4714 FBI Files on the Cannery & Agricultural Workers Industrial Union, 1934
4715 Filipino Union, 1934
4716 P. D. Glassford Correspondence, 1934
BoxFolder
481 History of the Cannery & Agricultural Workers Industrial Union (C&AWIU) by Porter Chaffee, 1934
482 C. B. Hutchison Papers on Imperial Valley and Santa Maria Strikes, 1934
483 Imperial Valley Activists, 1934
484 Imperial Valley Prepares for War by Chester S. Williams, 1934
485 Industrial Union of White Americans Correspondence and Cooperative Association of Mexican Workers & Professionals Correspondence, 1934
486 Juvenile Officer, 1934
487 La Habra Experiment in Mexican Social Education by Jessie Hayden, 1934
488 La Opinion, 1934 (With Handwritten Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

BoxFolder
491 Labor Conditions in the Imperial Valley by Campbell McCulloch a report, 1934
492 Los Angeles County Vegetable Workers Survey, 1934
493 Mexican Consul Intervention into Strike, 1934
494 The Mexican in the United States by Emory S. Bogardus, 1934
495 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Cases: General, 1934
496 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-155 Orange County Vegetable Strike, 1934
497 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-201 Mexican Workers and Japanese Growers, 1934
498 National Labor Relations Board Case Pecan Shellers in Texas, 1934
499 Newspaper Articles on California Strikes from the Visalia Times, 1934
4910 Newspaper Articles on Conditions in the Imperial Valley, 1934
4911 Newspaper Articles from the Brawley News on Imperial Valley Strikes, 1934
BoxFolder
501 Newspaper Articles from the Imperial Valley Democrat, Morning Valley Farmer, and San Diego Union on Imperial Valley Strikes, 1934
502 Newspaper Articles from the Los Angeles Times on Strikes, 1934
503 Abelardo Rodriguez Collection: Mexican Government Documents and CROM Bulletins, 1934
504 The Spanish Speaking School Child in Texas by Dorothy M Kress, 1934
505 Thousand Pea Strikers, Families Live in Grass Huts: Shielded by Canvas by Helen Marston, 1934
506 Vegetable Strikers Back on Job, 1934
507 Federal Intervention in the Imperial Valley, 1934-1935
508 Federal Intervention in Salinas, 1934-1936
509 Lazaro Cardenas Papers: Correspondence, 1934-1938
5010 Beet Workers Strike in Orange County, 1935
5011 Lazaro Cardenas Papers: Arms Trade, Religion, Diplomatic Tours, 1935
5012 "Cold Terror in California" by Herbert Klein and Carey McWilliams, 1935
With controversy over article.
5013 Correspondence Dealing with Situation at the Mexican/American Border, 1935
5014 Correspondence Dealing with Strikes against Japanese Growers, 1935
5015 Imperial Valley Lettuce Strike Correspondence, 1935
BoxFolder
511 La Opinion Regarding Mexican Union Gains, 1935 (With Handwritten Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

512 Materials on Syndicalism Law in California, 1935
513 Mexican Consul in Los Angeles Calls for National Labor Relations Board Involvement, 1935
514 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-192 Orange County Japanese Growers, 1935
515 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-203 Mexican Workers and Japanese Growers, 1935
516 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-303 Fruit and Vegetable Workers, 1935
517 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-326 Orange County Vegetable Strike, 1935
518 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-332 Mexican Workers and Japanese Growers, 1935
519 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-333 Collective Bargaining Dispute Southern California Farm Federation vs. Mexican Union Field Workers, 1935
5110 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-341 Mexican Field Workers, 1935
5111 National Labor Relations Board Case #15-342 Cotton Workers Strike, 1935
5112 National Labor Relations Board Case #182-77 Agricultural Workers, 1935
5113 National Labor Relations Board Correspondence, 1935
5114 Onion strike in Laredo, Texas Articles and Correspondence, 1935
5115 Questionnaire from Pomona College, 1935
5116 A Study of Pupil Elimination and Failure Among Mexicans by Herman A. Buckner, 1935
BoxFolder
521 A Study of Segregation Versus Non-Segregation of Mexican Children by Charles Clifford Carpenter, 1935
522 United States Department of Labor Reports of Commissioner of Conciliation, Summary of Final Report: Southern California Farm Federation, 1935
523 United States Department of Labor Reports of Commissioner of Conciliation, Preliminary Report: Agricultural Workers Union vs. San Diego County Growers, 1935
524 Uprisings on the Farms by Paul S. Taylor and Clark Kerr, 1935
525 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Internal Labor Memos, 1935-1936
526 Newspaper Articles, 1935-1936 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
527 Union Organizing and Strikes in the Onion District of Texas, 1935-1936
BoxFolder
531 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Consuls in California; Workers Revolutionary Movement, 1935-1939
531 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Mexican Community in Los Angeles, 1935-1939
533 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Nazi Uprising Fears, 1935-1939
534 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Arms Trafficking; War Fears, 1935-1940
535 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Recommendations for New Consuls, 1935-1940
536 Newspaper Articles, 1935-1940
537 California Farm Labor Problems, 1936
538 Lazaro Carderas Collection: Magando Named Consul, 1936
539 Articles Regarding Farm Strikes in California, 1936
5310 Filipinos in California, 1936
5311 Fruit and Vegetable Pickers Strike Correspondence (Perkins File), 1936
5312 Let the Mexicans Organize! By Frank Stokes, 1936
5313 Carey McWilliams Collection Regarding Los Angeles Agricultural Strike, 1936
5314 Migrant Labor, 1936
BoxFolder
541 National Labor Relations Board Case #182-1525 Orange County Citrus Strike, 1936
542 Newspaper Articles on Strike Violence, 1936
543 La Opinion, 1936 (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

544 La Opinion Regarding Strikes and Results, 1936 (With Handwritten Research Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

545 Orange County Strike, 1936
546 Pacific Rural Press Articles on Farm Labor Situation, 1936 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
547 Problems in the Teaching of Mexican Children by Mrs. L. A. Wilder, 1936
548 Secretary of State Correspondence Discussing Union Activities in Texas, 1936
549 Secretary of State Correspondence Discussing Labor Situations in California, 1936
5410 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Chamber of Commerce, 1936-1938
5411 Carey McWilliams Collection Papers on the Citrus Strike, 1936-1938
5412 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Corporate Proposals; Unpaid Bills, 1936-1938
BoxFolder
551 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Diplomatic Memos, 1936-1940
552 A Case Study in the Improvement of Mexican Homes through Instruction in Homemaking by Hazel Peck Bishop, 1937
553 La Opinion, 1937 (With Handwritten Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

554 A Study of the Health Program among Mexican Children with Special Reference to the Prevalence of Tuberculosis and its Causes by Lawrence Otto Barfell, 1937
555 America's Stake in International Investments by Cleona Lewis, 1938
556 An Analysis of the Academic and Home Problems of the Pupils in a Mexican Junior High School by William Nathan Wilson, 1938
557 Associated Farmers, 1938
558 Lazaro Cardenas Collection: Role of Consulate in Los Angeles Strikes, 1938
BoxFolder
561 George Clements Correspondence, 1938
562 Labor Organization in Agricultural America, 1930-1935, 1938
563 Learning English Incidentally: A Study of Bilingual Children by J. L. Meriam, 1938
564 National Labor Relations Board Case #199-1189 Pecan Sheller's Strike, Texas, 1938
565 National Labor Relations Board Case #199-1189 Pecan Sheller's Strike, Texas Newspaper Articles, 1938
566 National Labor Relations Board Case #XVI-C-269 Texas Infants Dress Company, 1938
567 La Opinion, 1938 (With Handwritten Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

568 Pecan Sheller's Strike Correspondence (from Perkins Files), 1938
569 Pecan Sheller's Strike: San Antonio, 1938
5610 Problem of the Elimination of Mexican Pupils from School, 1938
BoxFolder
571 Repatriation of Mexicans Living in the United States a Report, 1938
572 Seasonal Labor Requirements for California Crops by R. L. Adams, 1938
573 The Silver Magnet: Fifty Years in a Mexican Silver Mine by Grant Shepherd, 1938
574 Consul Esparza: El Paso, Texas, 1939
575 Course of Study for Elementary Schools of Arizona by the Department of Education, Phoenix, Arizona, 1939
576 An Evaluation of Certain Procedures in the Teaching of the Non-English Speaking Mexican Child by Helen Summers, 1939
577 Labor in California Cotton Fields by Federal Writers' Project, 1939
BoxFolder
581 Eucario Leon Arrested for Murder Correspondence, 1939
582 The Mexican Child in our American Schools by H. Frank Bradford, 1939
583 The Migratory Agricultural Worker and the American Federation of Labor to 1938 Inclusive by Federal Writers' Project, 1939
584 National Labor Relations Board Case XVI-C-524 Pecan Shellers, 1939
585 National Labor Relations Board Case 199-3673 Pecan Shellers, 1939
586 La Opinion, 1939 (With Handwritten Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

587 Organization Efforts of Mexican Agricultural Workers by Federal Writers' Project, 1939
588 Strikes and Strike Tactics in California Agriculture: A History by Norman Lowenstein, 1939
589 A Survey of the Mexican Hardship Cases Active in the Los Angeles County Department of Charities, Los Angeles, California by Carrie Belle H. MacCarthy, 1939
5810 Union Organizing Efforts in the Imperial Valley, 1939
5811 Welfare of Families of Sugar-Beet Laborers: A Study of Child Labor and its Relation to Family, Work, Income, and Living Conditions in 1935 by Elizabeth S. Johnson, 1939 (Chapter Entitled "The Problem")
5812 Newspaper Articles on Strikes with List of Citations, 1939-1947
5813 All American School by Harold J. Jones, 1940
BoxFolder
591 The Educational Problem in the Americanization of the Spanish-Speaking Pupils of Sugar Land, Texas by Albert Turner Kaderli, 1940
592 Hearings on the Right to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1940 (S.Res. 266 part 53)
593 Hearings on the Right to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1940 (S.Res. 266 part 54)
594 Hearings on the Right to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1940 (S.Res. 266 part 56)
595 Hearings on the Right to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1940 (S.Res. 266 part 61)
BoxFolder
601 Hearings on the Right to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1940 (S.Res. 266 part 62)
602 Hearings on the Right to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1940 (S.Res. 266 part 63)
603 Hearings on the Right to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1940 (S.Res. 266 part 73)
604 Living Standards of Orange County Mexican Families by Department of Social Welfare, Orange County, California, 1940
605 Mexican Frieze by Addison Burbank, 1940
606 Naval Intelligence List of Dangerous Suspects, 1940
607 La Opinion, 1940 (With Handwritten Notes; No Translation)
(Spanish)

608 A Study of Migratory Mexican Pea Pickers in the Imperial Valley by Roger M. V. Walton, 1940 (Chapter XI)
609 Corona Citrus Growers and Packers Reports, 1941
BoxFolder
611 The Effects of Certain Changes of Curriculum and Methods on the School Achievement of Mexican Children in a Segregated School by John Scott Cornelius, 1941
612 A Diagnostic Study of the Factors Affecting the Low Scores of Spanish Speaking Children on Standardized Tests by George Curtiss Gillette, 1941
613 Hearings on the Fight to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1941 (S. Res 266 pt 70)
614 Hearings on the Fight to Organize and Bargain Collectively, 1941 (S. Res 266 pt 72)
615 Mexican Population Distribution in the United States by Elizabeth Broadbent, 1941
BoxFolder
621 National Labor Relations Case #199-6200 Ventura County Lemon Strike, 1941
622 Materials Relating to Consul Speeches (1941); AFL-CIO Ventura County Strike (1942; With Handwritten Notes), 1941-1942
623 Foundations of California Rural Society by Paul S. Taylor, 1942
624 An Interpretative Analysis of the Economic and Educational Status of Latin Americans in Texas by Perry Morris Broom, 1942
625 Problems of Mexican Boys by Charles Dinnijes Withers, 1942
626 The Unusual Mexican: A Study in Acculturation by Ruth Lucretia Martinez, 1942
627 The Migration and Settlement of Detroit Mexicans by Norman D. Humphrey, 1943
628 The Work and Welfare of Children of Agricultural Laborers in Hidalgo County, Texas by Amber A. Warburton, Helen Wood and Marian M. Crane, 1943 (Chapter Entitled "Schooling of the Children")
629 Statewide Survey of Mexican Youth in the United States by Robert C. Jones, 1944
BoxFolder
631 Nation of Nations by Louis Adamic, 1944
632 A Study of the Achievements, Social Concepts and Attitudes of Three Racial Groups of the Santa Ana, California Schools by Gertrude K. Winchester, 1944
633 Texas Survey of Enumeration, Enrollment, Attendance and Progress of Latin American Children in Texas Public Schools 1943-1944, 1944
634 The History of Clifton by James Monroe Patton, 1945
635 Mexican Middletown by Norman Daymond Humphrey, 1946
636 What We Want is Action by Elis M. Tipton, 1946
637 The Influence of Six Mexican Cultural Factors on Group Behavior by Wesley Matzigkeit, 1947
638 Some Legal Aspects of the Education of Spanish-Speaking Children in Texas by Ennis Hall Gilbert, 1947
639 Westminster School District of Orange County vs. Mendez, 1947 (Court Case)
6310 The Development of Railroads in Sonora by David M. Pletcher, 1948
BoxFolder
641 A Study of the Intelligence of Children of Mexican and Non-Mexican Parentage by Norman B. Henderson, 1948
642 The Admission and Resettlement of Displaced Persons in the United States by Frank L. Auerback, 1949
643 Newspaper Articles on Migratory Workers, 1949
644 American and Foreign Farm Workers in California by Ernesto Galarza, 1950
645 Survey of Factors Relating to the Education of the Children of Migratory Parents of Eagle Pass, Texas by Gladys Riskind Wueste, 1950
646 Cultural Factors in Social Work Practice and Education by Florence Rockwood Kluckhohn, 1951
647 Mexican Vistas by James Clifford Safley, 1952
648 The Workers of San Antonio, Texas 1900-1940 by Harold Arthur Shapiro, 1952
649 The Adjustment of Migrant Pupils in a Junior High School by Emma H. Valle, 1953
6410 Violence in Silver City Who Caused the Trouble? by Elizabeth Kerby, 1953
6411 Crop Acreage Trends for Los Angeles County and Southern California, 1955
6412 Helping Mexican-American Children Become More Socially Productive Citizens by Robert B. Barraza, 1955
6413 Migrant Pupils by Bill Harding, 1955
BoxFolder
651 A Study of Relationships Among Various Intelligence Test and Reading Test Results Obtained With Latin-American Second Grade Children by Paula Roden, 1955
652 A Guide for the Understanding and Teaching of Mexican-American Adolescents by Dorothy K. Chang, 1957
653 Historia Moderna de Mexico by Moises Gonzalez Navaro, 1957
654 Methods of Orientation of Spanish-Speaking Children to an American Schools by Manuel V. Ceja, 1957
655 A Survey of the Problems Involved in the Americanization of the Mexican-American by Ignacio Reyes, 1957
656 Mexico: An Impartial Survey by The Doheny Research Foundation, 1959
657 American Travelers in Mexico 1810-1940 by Mary Holroyd Estes, 1961
658 Counter Intelligence: Border Coverage Program Memos, 1961
659 Ajua Gringo!, 1962
BoxFolder
661 Efforts to Organize the Migrant Workers by the Cannery and Agricultural Workers' Industrial Union in the 1930's by Ellen Lois Halcomb, 1963
662 Research Materials on Agricultural Workers, 1963
663 The Mexican Mining Industry 1890-1950 by Marvin D. Bernstein, 1964
664 Anarchy Los Angeles, 1965
665 "We Must Rule the School", 1965 (Brochure)
666 The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California and Imperial Valley Agricultural Labor Disturbances 1930-1934 by James Gray, 1966
667 Background Information Related to the Mexican-American Child, In-Service Training Material by the Los Angeles City Schools, 1966
668 Materials Used for Educational Opportunity Workshops, 1966-1969
669 The Center Magazine from the New York Times, 1967 October-November
6610 UCLA Mexican-American Study Project Report #3, a Revised Bibliography with a Bibliographical Essay by Ralph Guzman, 1967 (With Handwritten Research Notes)
BoxFolder
671 Black/Brown Bibliography by Dennis Bakewell, 1968
672 Cincuenta Años de Política Mexicana, 1968
673 Commoweal, 1968
674 Con Safos, 1968 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

675 Chicano Statewide Workshop Conference on Higher Education in Santa Barbara Correspondence, 1968-1969
676 Newspaper Articles on Mexican-Americans, 1968-1987
677 Chicano! A Selected Bibliography by Keith Revelle, 1969
678 Chronicle: Monthly report of Urban America, 1969 May
679 Community College by Linda Friedman, Barbara Kessel, Warren Friedman, Rich Rothstein, Rue Wallace, 1969
6710 Educando La Raza by Louis Hernandez and Tony DeLa Torre, 1969
6711 Huelga, 1928 Style: The Imperial Valley Cantalope Workers' Strike, 1969
6712 Julian Nava Educational Reform Papers, 1969
6713 The Mexican American Child: Problems or Talents by Manuel H. Guerra, 1969
6714 Mexico Through Her Poetry, 1969
6715 Statement of Philosophy and Policy as they Pertain to the Acculturation and Education of the Mexican-American by the Mexican-American Education Committee, 1969
6716 Stereotypes by Milton Rolon, 1969
6717 The Welfare System and Emotional Illness in the Chicano Community, 1969
BoxFolder
681 Early Childhood Intervention by Stephen S. Baratz and Joan C. Baratz, 1970
682 The El Monte Berry Strike of 1933 by Ronald W. Lopez, 1970
683 Mapa and La Raza Unida: Political Action of Chicanos, 1970
684 La Raza, 1970
685 Reports of the Industrial Commission on Immigration by the U.S. Industrial Commission, 1970
686 Research Proposal for Support of Research on Proposal for Support of Minority-Group Oriented Culture Curriculum Development Through the Program in Comparative Culture by Jay Martin, 1970
687 Selected Materials on the Chicano compiled by Juan Gomez-Q, 1970
688 Schooling: The Ritual of Progress by Ivan Illich, 1970
689 Research Notes on the Twentieth Century by Juan Gomez-Q, 1970
6810 Papers on Migrant Workers, 1970-1972
6811 Articles on Chicano Sociology, 1970-1973
6812 "The Biltmore Five", 1971
6813 A Comparative Study of Mexican and American Children in the Schools of San Antonio, Texas by Eunice Elvira Parr, 1971
6814 Educational Task Force Presentation by Rudy D. Torres, 1971
6815 A History of Chicano Resistance and Revolution by Carlos E. Cortes, 1971
6816 El Partido de la Raza Unida: Revolt in the Barrios by Richard Santillan, 1971
6817 An Orientation to Political Science by Itsuki Charles Igawa, 1971
6818 Stereotypes: Effects on Self-Image of the Chicano by Virginia Gonzales, 1971
6819 Mexican-American Educational Directory, 1971-1972
BoxFolder
691 Acapulco Magazine, 1972 September
692 Gutierrez et al vs. California State Board of Education, 1972
693 Magazin, 1972August, October
694 La Raza Unida Party and Convention, 1972
695 The Schools and Equal Opportunity by Mary Jo Bane and Christopher Jencks, 1972
696 "El Jalamate" Newsletters, 1972
697 Articles on Central America, 1973
698 La Babe de Colonia by Eleanor Aquilar, 1973
699 Chicano Workshop in Santa Barbara, 1973
6910 Danforth Associate Program, 1973
6911 The El Monte Berry Pickers Strike, 1933 by Abraham Hoffman, 1973
6912 An Examination of a Concept: Internal Colonialism by Daniel T. Moreno, 1973
6913 Inside the Beast: A Progressive Third World Voice Newsletter, 1973
6914 Mexican Unionization in California Agriculture, 1927-1936, 1973
6915 The Organizing of Mexicano Agricultural Workers: Imperial Valley and Los Angeles, 1928-1934, 1973
6916 Reading Between and Beyond the Lines by Malcolm P. Douglass, 1973
6917 Wounded Knee, 1973
6918 A Taxonomy of Educational Reforms for Change in the Nature of Work by Henry M. Levin, 1974
6919 Unwanted Mexican Americans in the Great Depression: Repatriation Pressures 1929-1939, 1974
BoxFolder
701 Winter Soldier, 1974 March
702 Chicano Socialist Labor Activity in Texas, 1900-1920 by Emilio Zamora, Jr., 1974
703 "Ethnic Minorities", a Bibliography of Pamphlets in the Reference Department of the University of California, Irvine, 1975
704 Lecture Notes for Mexican American History Class, 1975
705 Working on El Traque by Charles Wollenberg, 1975
706 California Five Centuries of Cultural Contrasts by Julian Nava and Bob Barger, 1976
707 The History of Mexican Public Education in Los Angeles, California, 1910-1930 by James W. Cameron, 1976 (Part 1)
708 The History of Mexican Public Education in Los Angeles, California, 1910-1930 by James W. Cameron, 1976 (Part 2)
709 Labor and the Ambivalent Revolutionaries - Mexico, 1911-1923 by Ramon Eduardo Ruiz, 1976
7010 Outcasts in Their Own Land: Mexican Industrial Workers, 1906-1911 by Rodney D. Anderson, 1976
7011 Piedras Contra la Luna, Mexico en Aztlan y Aztlan en Mexico: Chicano-Mexican Relations and the Mexican Consulates, 1900-1920 by Juan Gomez-Quinones, 1976
7012 Authoritarianism and Corporatism in Latin America by James M. Malloy, 1977
7013 The Mexican Image in American Travel Literature, 1831-1869, 1977
BoxFolder
711 The Culture of the Frontier by Carlos Monsivais, 1978
712 The Collective Preconscious and Racism by Armando Morales, 1979
713 Mules, Mines, and Me in Mexico by Morris B. Parker, 1979
714 "La Voz Mestiza", University of California, Irvine, 1979
715 Violence in the Fields: California Filipino Farm Labor Unionization During the Great Depression by Howard De Witt, 1981
716 Integrating America: The Problem of Assimilation in the Nineteenth Century by John Higham, 1981
717 Mexican Workers and American Unions by Luis Leobardo Arroyo, 1981
718 United States Relations with Mexico: Content and Context by Stanley R. Ross, 1981
719 Chicano-Mexican Relations: A Framework for Research by Rodolfo O. De La Garza, 1982
7110 Cultural Pluralism in Immigrant Education by Raymond A. Mohl, 1982
7111 Current Trends in the Study of Ethnicity in the United States by John Higham, 1982
7112 Lecturas Sobre Temas Demográficos by Alejandro Mina Valdes, 1982
7113 Statement on the State Role in School Desegregation by California Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1983
7114 Anarquismo y Comunismo: Mexican Radicalism and the Communist Party in Los Angeles During the 1930's by Douglas Monroy, 1983
7115 Mexican-U.S. Relations Conflict and Convergence Editors Carlos Vasquez and Manuel Garcia y Griego, 1983
7116 On the Ground in the Thirties by Paul Taylor, 1983
7117 Oral Sources and the History of Mexican Workers in the United States by Devra Weber, 1983
BoxFolder
721 The American Southwest: An Urban View by Bradford Luckingham, 1984
722 Immigration Reform and its Impact upon the United States-Mexico Border by Raul Fernandez, 1984
723 Labor Unrest and Industrialized Agriculture in California: The Case of the 1933 San Joaquin Valley Cotton Strike by Ramon D. Chacon, 1984
724 La Situación del Proletariado Mexicano en los Estados Unidos, 1984
725 The Historical Evolution of Chicano Ethnic Goals: A Bibliographic Essay by Mario Barrera, 1985
726 Chicano-Mexicano Relations Edited by Tatcho Mindiola, Jr. and Max Martinez, 1986
727 Early Placentia: Its Background and Settlers Development, Schools and Memories by George G. Key, 1986
728 "International Report", 1986 June
729 Mexican Lobby: Matias Romero in Washington, 1861-1867 Edited by Thomas D. Schoonover, 1986
7210 Lionel Magana Interview, 1987 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

7211 Cacique Democracy in the Philippines: Origins and Dreams by Benedict Anderson, 1988
7212 Korean Politics in Los Angeles by Edward Chang, 1988
7213 Labor and Politics: The Mexican Paradox by Francisco Zapata, 1990
7214 The Role of the Community in Social Protest: Chicano Working-Class Protest, 1848-1933 by Nelson Alexander Pichardo, 1991
7215 Mexico Since Independence Edited by Leslie Bethell, 1991
7216 Miscellaneous Research Notes Including Names and Partial Citations, 1991
BoxFolder
731 U.S. Third World Feminism: The Theory and Method of Oppositional Consciousness in the Postmodern World by Chela Sandoval, 1991
732 The Mexican Cultural Institute Newsletter and Flyer, 1991-1996
733 "The Educational Impact of a North American Free Trade Agreement: Framing a Research and Development Agenda for the 1990's" Conference, 1992
734 Mexico Archive Research Agenda, 1992
735 Race Construction and Race Relations: Chinese and Blacks in Nineteenth Century Cuba a Draft Paper Prepared by Evelyn Hu-DeHart, 1992
736 Research Reports to and from Stewart Lawrence, 1993
737 Foreign and Native-Born Workers in Porfirian Mexico by Jonathan C. Brown, 1993
738 Correspondence and Paperwork on Consulting Services, 1993
739 Correspondence to John Kelly about Research; List of Collections, 1993
7310 The Mexican Diaspora in California by Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez, 1993
7311 The NAFTA and Education Policy Symposium Flyers, 1993
7312 The Chinese and the Economic Development of Northern Baja California, 1889-1929, 1994
7313 Correspondence from FBI on Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request, 1994
7314 Jose M. Alamillo Research Materials, 1994
7315 Paperwork to Hire Gaspar Rivera, 1994
7316 Questions of Identity by Roger Rouse, 1994
7317 University of California at Irvine Newspaper, 1994 October 12
7318 Labor History's "Synthesis Debate": Sociological Interventions, 1995
7319 La Organización de los Imigrantes Mexicanos en Los Angeles: La Lealtad de los Oriundos by Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez, 1995
BoxFolder
741 Between two Worlds edited by David G. Gutierrez, 1996
742 La Diplomacia Descentralizada by Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez in Spanish with no translation, 1996 (No Translation)
(Spanish)

743 Mexico's War Within by Steve Fainaru, 1996
744 Las Batallas por la Identidad: Las Relaciones de Mexico con su Diaspora by Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez, 1997
745 The City of Mexico in the Age of Diaz by Michael Johns, 1997
746 Entre la Asimilación y el Multiculturalism by Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez, 1997
747 Mexican Teachers and the Struggle for Democracy produced by Global Exchange with California Federation of Teachers, 1997
748 Paperwork from Imperial County Historical Society, 1997
749 Chicano/Mexican Migration Source Materials, 1998
7410 Results from Various Web Searches, 1998-1999
7411 Correspondence: E-mails, 1999
7412 The New Era of Mexican Migration to the United States, 1999
BoxFolder
751 Activities of the Central Intelligence Agency United States: Congressional Hearings, Undated
752 Analco: The Birthplace of the Chicano by Jack D. Forbes, Undated
753 Ariza, Carlos, Undated (No Translation)
(Spanish)

754 Asian American Studies and the Disciplining of Ethnic Studies by John M. Liu, Undated
755 Bancroft Search Notes Regarding Using Services from the Bancroft Library, Undated
756 Bibliography on Labor, Poverty, and Mexico, Undated
757 Bloom, Perry File, Undated
758 Book Notes for Bibliography, Undated
759 Book Reviews, Undated (Handwritten)
7510 Bravo, Francisco: Files and Labor Documents, Undated
7511 California Strikes, Undated
7512 California Strikes: Cotton Pickers, Undated
7513 "Centro Cultural de Mexico en el Condado de Orange", Undated (Flyer; No Translation)
(Spanish)

7514 Confusion, Ignorance, and Hate by Carlos Callejo, Undated
7515 Construction Laborers: Purpose of the Pension Committee, Stories, Undated
7516 Chicanas and Mexican Immigrant Families 1920-1940 by Rosalinda M. Gonzalez, Undated
7517 Chicano Ideology by Carlos Penichet, Undated
7518 Development of American Unity, Undated
BoxFolder
761 The Development of Historical Statistics on Mexico and Latin America by Jeffrey Bortz, Undated
762 El Dragón en el Desierto by Edwardo Auyon Cerardo, Undated
763 Editorials on Mark Twain's Anti-Imperialist Writings, Undated
764 Education of Over-age Mexican Children by John Branigan, Undated
765 Evaluation of an Essay by Readers, Undated
766 Factors in Low Scores of Spanish Speaking Children, Undated (Part 1 Missing)
767 Farewell Homeland, Undated (With Handwritten Notes)
768 Foreign Aid Re-Examined Edited by James W. Wiggins, Helmut Schoech, Undated (Part 1)
769 Guide to the Study of Untied States History Outside the United States 1945-1980 Edited by Lewis Hanke, Undated
7610 Handwritten Miscellaneous Notes, Undated
7611 Handwritten Miscellaneous Notes, Undated
7612 Handwritten Miscellaneous Notes, Undated
BoxFolder
771 Handwritten Miscellaneous Notes, Undated
772 Handwritten Notes: Summaries of Special Collections, Undated
773 Hill, Ricardo: Protests over Labor, Undated
774 Importance of Mining, Undated (Chapter entitled "A Fickle Partner" Only)
775 Industrial and Labor Conditions, Undated
776 The Intelligence and Achievement of Mexican Children in the United States by Thomas R. Garth and Harper D. Johnson, Undated
777 The Labor Situation in Mexico, Undated
778 A Latin American View of the Monroe Doctrine by Roberto A. Esteva Ruiz, Undated
779 Library Catalog Searches on Variety of Subjects, Undated
7710 List of collections at UCLA Special Collections, Undated
7711 List of Theses, Dissertations, Pamphlets, Leaflets, Books, Undated
7712 Lubbert Alejandro File, Undated
7713 The Mexican American: A National Concern Program For Action by Ernesto Galarza, Undated
7714 The Mexican Approach to United States History by Jack D. Forbes, Undated
7715 Mexican Consul Notes, Undated
7716 Mexican Immigrants and American Citizenship by Helen W. Walker, Undated
7717 The Mexican Immigrant and Segregation by Emory S. Bogardus, Undated (With Handwritten Research Notes)
7718 Mexican Labor, Undated
7719 Mexican Labor Unions, Undated
7720 Mexican Question in the Southwest by Emma Tenayuca and Homer Brooks, Undated
7721 Mexican Women Studies #1, Undated (1 of 2)
7722 Mexican Women Studies #2, Undated (2 of 2)
BoxFolder
781 The Mexican Yearbook, Undated (Chapter Entitled "Mining" Only)
782 Microfilm Lists from National Archives on U.S. Department of State Political Relations with Mexico, Undated
783 The New Mexico Pattern by R. L. Chambers, Undated
784 Ouijano, Vincente Rendon File, Undated (No Translation)
(Spanish)

785 Peace Action Council Flyer, Undated
786 Pesquiera, F. Alfonso, Undated
787 "People's Peace Treaty: A Strategy for Ending the War" by the New University Conference Irvine Chapter, Undated (Booklet)
788 Politics and Policies of the Mexican-American Community by Ralph Guzman, Undated
789 Porfirian Labor Politics by David W. Walker, Undated
7810 Poverty in the Valley of Plenty by Fred Glass, Undated
7811 Article Regarding President Herbert Hoover's Visit to Latin America, Undated (Last Page Missing; No Translation)
(Spanish)

7812 Propiedad y Trabajo, Undated (No Translation)
(Spanish)

7813 Race and Class in Rural California, Undated (Incomplete)
7814 Reflections on the New Urban History by Stephen Thernstrom, Undated
7815 Report of the Immigration Commission, Undated
7816 Santa Ana's Problem in Americanization: A Study of the Intelligence, School Progress and Home Conditions of Mexican School Children, Including Parental Attitude toward Citizenship, Undated
7817 Taylor, Paul Schuster Search Results, Undated
BoxFolder
791 Second Generation Mexicans by Emory S. Bogardus, Undated
792 The Short and Turbulent Life of Chicano Studies by Refugio I. Rochin, Undated
793 The Story of the Imperial Valley by Frank Spector, Undated
794 The Strike of 1933 by Bronte, Undated (The Unauthorized Version)
795 Students Report to the Community, Undated
796 A Study of the Test Performance of Children by Helen Lois Koch and Rietta Simmons, Undated
797 Teacher Expectations in the Chicano Classroom by Rudy D. Torres, Undated
798 Taylor Collection, Copies from, Undated
799 Terrazas, Joaquin File, Undated (No Translation)
(Spanish)

7910 Tikal, Copán y Palenque: El Triángulo Maya Clásico by Paul Gendrop, Undated
7911 Toward Transnational American Culture Studies by Gunter H. Lenz, Undated (Particle Article)
7912 Transient Mexican Labor Stats, Undated
7913 UCLA Special Collections Rules, Undated
7914 U.S. Senate Sub-Committee on Labor Violations, Undated (Part 53)
7915 A Visit to Mexico; a speech by Mr. Root, Undated
BoxFolder
801 Notes: Achievement and Intelligence Test Results for Mexican Children Attending Los Angeles Schools by Ellen Alice McAnulty, Undated
802 Notes: An Activity Curriculum in a School of Mexican Children by Junius L. Meriam, Undated
803 Notes: Adapting the Curriculum to Non-English Speaking Children by Elma A. Neal, Undated
804 Notes: Administration of Non-Language Intelligence Tests to Mexicans by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
805 Notes: American Eugenics Society, Undated
806 Notes: The AFL and Mexican Immigration in the 1920's an Experiment in Labor Diplomacy by Harvey A. Levenstein, Undated
807 Notes: American Social Policy Towards Youth and Youth Employment by Beatrice Vulcan, Undated
808 Notes: Americanization of Harlingen's Mexican School Population by J. T. Taylor, Undated
809 Notes: The Americans by Hugo Munsterberg, Undated
8010 Notes: Apostles of the Self-Made Man by John G. Cawelti, Undated
8011 Notes: Aural and Visual Comprehension of English by Spanish Speaking Children by L. S. Tireman, Undated
8012 Notes: Benson's Writings, Undated
8013 Notes: Bibliographical Reference Notes for Thesis, Undated
8014 Notes: Bibliographical Reference Notes for Thesis, Undated
8015 Notes: Bibliographical Reference Notes for Thesis, Undated
8016 Notes: Bibliographical Reference Notes for Thesis, Undated
8017 Notes: Biennial Report of the California State Department of Education, Undated
8018 Notes: Bilingualism and Mental Measures: A Word of Caution by George I. Sanchez, Undated
8019 Notes: Business in American Life: A History by Thomas Cochran, Undated
8020 Notes: California Migrant by Samuel E. Wood, Undated
8021 Notes: California Progressives by George E. Mowry, Undated
8022 Notes: California Department of Education Bulletin: A Guide for Teachers of Beginning Non-English Speaking Children, Undated
8023 Notes: Capital by Karl Marx, Undated
8024 Notes: Capitalism and Education in the United States by Samuel Bowles, Undated
8025 Notes: The Characteristics of the Democracy of Tomorrow by Frederick W. Roman, Undated
8026 Notes: Children in Bondage by Benjamin B. Lindsay, Undated
8027 Notes: The City that Grew by Boyle Workman, Undated
8028 Notes: Class, Bureaucracy, and Schools by Michael B. Katz, Undated
8029 Notes: Classroom Management: Its Principles and Technique by William Chandler Bagley, Undated
8030 Notes: General of Immigration's Annual Report 1924, Undated
8031 Notes: A Common Faith by John Dewey, Undated
BoxFolder
811 Notes: A Comparison of the Intelligence of Mexican and Mixed and Full Blooded Indian Children by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
812 Notes: The Conservation of Talent by Lewis Terman, Undated
813 Notes: Contemporary Background of California Labor by Paul S. Taylor and Tom Vesey, Undated
814 Notes: Cooperation Between School and Agribusiness, Undated
815 Notes: The Corporate Ideal in the Liberal State 1900-1918 by James Weinstein, Undated
816 Notes: Crossroads of Liberalism by Charles Forcey, Undated
817 Notes: The Dangerous Classes of New York by Charles Loring Brace, Undated
818 Notes: Democracy and Social Ethics by Jane Adams, Undated
819 Notes: A Demographic Analysis of First and Second Generation Mexican Population of the United States by T. Wilson Longmore, Undated
8110 Notes: A Demographic Profile of the Mexican Immigration to the United States 1910-1950 by Jose Hernandez Alvarez, Undated
8111 Notes: The Development of Intelligence in Children by Alfred Benet, Undated
8112 Notes: The Development of Teaching Materials for Cultural Pluralism by Malcom P. Douglas, Undated
8113 Notes: Dewey on Education by John Dewey, Undated
8114 Notes: Dewey on Education - The Social Frontier by John Dewey, Undated
8115 Notes: Dewey on Education - The Elementary School Teacher by John Dewey, Undated
8116 Notes: Dewey Philosophy by John Dewey, Undated
8117 Notes: Dewey's Writings by John Dewey, Undated
8118 Notes: The Docile Mexican by Kenneth L. Roberts, Undated
8119 Notes: Drift and Mastery by Walter Lippman, Undated
8120 Notes: Drought Refugees and Labor Migration to California by Paul S. Taylor, Undated
8121 Notes: Dynamic Sociology by Lester F. Ward, Undated
8122 Notes: Early Conceptions and Tests of Intelligence by Joseph Peterson, Undated
8123 Notes: Economic Effects of Racism, Undated
8124 Notes: Economic Reasons for the Coming of the Mexican Immigrant by Max Sylvius Handman, Undated
8125 Notes: Economics, and Introduction to Traditional and Radical Views by E. K. Hunt and Howard J. Sherman, Undated
8126 Notes: Education by Edward L. Thorndike, Undated
8127 Notes: Education and the Cult of Efficiency by Raymond Callahan, Undated
8128 Notes: Education as Cultural Imperialism by Martin Carnoy, Undated
BoxFolder
821 Notes: Education and the Rise of the Corporate State by Joel Spring, Undated
822 Notes: Education as a Form of Social Control by Joel Spring, Undated
823 Notes: Education in New Mexico by Mary Austin, Undated
824 Notes: Education and Sociology by Emile Durkheim, Undated
825 Notes: Education of Over-Age Mexican Children by John Bennigan, Undated
826 Notes: The Education of Spanish Speaking Children in Five Southwestern States by Annie Reynolds, Undated
827 Notes: Emotions, Undated
828 Notes: The Educational Problem Presented by the Spanish Speaking Child of the Southwest by Herschel T. Manuel, Undated
829 Notes: Elementary Education for Adults by Ruby Boughnam, Undated
8210 Notes: Emile by Jean Jacques Rousseau, Undated
8211 Notes: Employment of Mexicans in Chicago and the Calumet Region by Paul S. Taylor, Undated
8212 Notes: Enlightenment, Undated
8213 Notes: Experience and Education by John Dewey, Undated
8214 Notes: An Experimental Study of Speed and Other Factors in Racial Differences by Otto Klineberg, Undated
8215 Notes: Foundations of Sociology by Edward Alsworth Ross, Undated
8216 Notes: Goodbye Vicente by Robert McLean, Undated
8217 Notes: The Great School Legend by Colin Greer, Undated
8218 Notes: Group Differences and Spanish Speaking Children - A Critical Review by George Sanchez, Undated
8219 Notes: Growth and Change Statistics, Undated
8220 Notes: Hereditary Genius by Francis Galton, Undated
8221 Notes: Hostages of Fortune Child Labor Reform in New York State by Jeremy Flelt, Undated
8222 Notes: How Mexican Children Learn to Draw by Frances Sheafer Waxman, Undated
8223 Notes: How the Other Half Lives by Jacob A. Riis, Undated
8224 Notes: Human Efficiency and Levels of Intelligence by Henry Herbert Goddard, Undated
8225 Notes: Human Nature and the Social Order by E. L. Thorndike, Undated
BoxFolder
831 Notes: Immediate and Pressing Race Problems of Texas by William Edward Garnett, Undated
832 Notes: The Immigrant Upraised, Undated
833 Notes: Immigration: A World Movement and its American Significance by Henry Pratt Fairchild, Undated
834 Notes: Immigrants: A Geography of Change in 19th Century America by David Ward, Undated
835 Notes: Imperialism by Lenin, Undated
836 Notes: The Implications of a Basal Vocabulary to the Measurement of the Abilities of Bilingual Children by George Sanchez, Undated
837 Notes: In Quest of Community Social Philosophy of the United States by R. Jackson Wilson, Undated
838 Notes: The Increase of Mexican Labor in Certain Industries in the United States, Undated
839 Notes: Individuality by E. L. Thorndike, Undated
8310 Notes: The Individual and Society by James Mark Baldwin, Undated
8311 Notes: Industrial Education by Bernice Fisher, Undated
8312 Notes: Industrial Education: A Wrong Kind by John Dewey, Undated
8313 Notes: Industrialism and Capitalism in the Work of Max Weber, Undated
8314 Notes: An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith, Undated
8315 Notes: Intelligence and its Uses by Edward Thorndike, Undated
8316 Notes: Instincts, Undated
8317 Notes: The Integration of the Detroit Mexican Colony, Undated
8318 Notes: Intelligence and Drawing Ability of Young Mexican Children by H. T. Manuel, Undated
8319 Notes: The Intelligence of Mexican Children School and Society by William H. Sheldon, Undated
8320 Notes: The Intelligence of Mexican School Children by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
8321 Notes: Intelligence Quotients of Mexican and Non-Mexican Siblings by E. Lee Davenport, Undated
8322 Notes: Intelligence Ratings for 97 Mexican Children in St. Paul Minnesota by John Munson Cook and Grace Arthur, Undated
8323 Notes: Intelligence Testing by Rudolph Pintner, Undated
8324 Notes: John Locke on Education by Peter Gay, Undated
8325 Notes: The Language Difficulty of Mexican Children by H. T. Manuel, Undated
8326 Notes: The Language Difficulty of Spanish American Children by B. F. Hought, Undated
8327 Notes: Learning as Experience by John Dewey, Undated
8328 Notes: Liberal Ideology and Orderly Change by Karier, Undated
8329 Notes: Liberal Tradition in America by Louis Hartz, Undated
8330 Notes: Liberalism and Social Action by John Dewey, Undated
8331 Notes: Los Angeles: A Guide to the City and its Environs by the Southern Californian Writer's Project, Undated
8332 Notes: Los Angeles Master Plan by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Undated
8333 Notes: Los Angeles City School District, Undated
8334 Notes: Los Angeles County: Some Facts and Figures by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Undated
8335 Notes: Man, Society and Education by Clarence J. Carrier, Undated
BoxFolder
841 Notes: Man, Society and Education by John Locke, Undated
842 Notes: Mental Differences in Certain Immigrant Groups by Kimball Young, Undated
843 Notes: Mental Fatigue of Mexican School Children by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
844 Notes: Mental Tests for Immigrants by Arthur Sweeney, Undated
845 Notes: The Mexican: An Education Asset of an Educational Liability by Leo Gamble, Undated
846 Notes: The Mexican Casual Problem in the Southwest by Edwin F. Bamford, Undated
847 Notes: The Mexican Dependency Problem by R. R. Miller, Undated
848 Notes: Mexican Fact Finding Committee Report of Mexicans in California by Governor C. C. Young, Undated
849 Notes: The Mexican Immigrant by Emory S. Bogarus, Undated
8410 Notes: Mexican Immigration to the United States: The Record and its Implications by Leo Grebler, Undated
8411 Notes: The Mexican in Texas Schools by William O. Sisk, Undated
8412 Notes: Mexican Labor in the United States Migration Statistics by Paul Taylor, Undated
8413 Notes: Mexicans in Los Angeles, Undated
8414 Notes: Mexicans or Ruin by Kenneth Roberts, Undated
8415 Notes: Morale by G. Stanley Hall, Undated
8416 Notes: The Movement to Americanize the Immigrant by Edward George Hartmann, Undated
8417 Notes: Municipal League of Los Angeles Bulletin, Undated
8418 Notes: Musical Talent of Mexicans by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
8419 Notes: My Pedagogic Creed by John Dewey, Undated
8420 Notes: New Mexico Tackles the Problem of the Spanish-Speaking Child by L. S. Tireman, Undated
8421 Notes: The Non-English Speaking Children and the Public School by Texas Educational Survey, Undated
8422 Notes: North from Mexico by Carey McWilliams, Undated
8423 Notes: Nuestro Pueblo by Charles H. Owens, Undated
8424 Notes: An Obituary for the Progressive Movement by Peter G. Filene, Undated
8425 Notes: Ocampo, Jose Writings, Undated
8426 Notes: Occupation of the Mexican Born Population of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona by Roden Fuller, Undated
8427 Notes: On Some of Life's Ideals by William James, Undated
8428 Notes: Opinions Concerning Unskilled Mexican Immigrants by William Albig, Undated
8429 Notes: Our Country by Josiah Strong, Undated
8430 Notes: Our Mexican Immigrants by Glen E. Hoove, Undated
8431 Notes: The Pecan Shellers of San Antonio by Orin C. Cassmore, Undated
8432 Notes: The Peril and the Preservation of the Home by Jacob Riis, Undated
8433 Notes: Persons Naturalized by General and Special Naturalization Provisions for 1959, Undated
8434 Notes: Physical Measurement of Mexican Children in American Schools by H. T. Manuel, Undated
BoxFolder
851 Notes: The Political Ends Steer the Course of Science, Undated
852 Notes: Politics and Education by John Locke, Undated
853 Notes: Pragmatism by Wells, Undated
854 Notes: Present Status of the Question of Racial Differences by Dale Yoder, Undated
855 Notes: Principles of Psychology by William James, Undated
856 Notes: Principles of Sociology by Edward Alsworth Ross, Undated
857 Notes: The Principles of Teaching by Edward L. Thorndike, Undated
858 Notes: The Problem of Racial Psychology by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
859 Notes: Problems in the Education of the Mexican Child by Basil Armour, Undated
8510 Notes: Profitable Vocations for Boys by J. Frank Byer, Undated
8511 Notes: Progressive and Social Philosophy by Paul Violas, Undated
8512 Notes: The Progressives and the Slums by Roy Lulove, Undated
8513 Notes: Psychology and Industrial Efficiency by Hugo Munsterberg, Undated
8514 Notes: Psychology and the Teacher by Hugo Munsterberg, Undated
8515 Notes: Race Attitudes among Teachers in the Southwest by Guy West, Undated
8516 Notes: Race Psychology: A Study of Racial Mental Differences by Thomas B. Garth, Undated
8517 Notes: Race Questions Provincialism and Other American Problems by Josiah Royce, Undated
8518 Notes: Race Riots in Los Angeles by Carey McWilliams, Undated
8519 Notes: Racial Difference in Bi-Manual Dexterity of Latin and American Children by Emily Lamb, Undated
8520 Notes: Racial Differences in Intelligence by Florence Goodnough, Undated
8521 Notes: Racial Differences in the Mental and the Physical Development of Mexican Children by F. C. Paschal, Undated
8522 Notes: Reading in the Elementary Schools of New Mexico by L. S. Tireman, Undated
8523 Notes: A Real Activity Program by Glenn Riddleberger, Undated
8524 Notes: Reconstruction in Philosophy by John Dewey, Undated
8525 Notes: Reconstruction of the Junior High School Curriculum in Los Angeles by Susan M. Dorsey, Undated
8526 Notes: Relation of Indian Blood to Scores on the Otis Intelligence Test by Water S. Hunter, Undated
8527 Notes: Removing the Language Difficulty by Atanaso Montoya, Undated
8528 Notes: Response to Industrials: 1885-1914, Undated
8529 Notes: Restriction of Mexican Immigration by Charles A. Thomson, Undated
8530 Notes: A Review of Racial Psychology by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
8531 Notes: Revisionism and American Educational History by Marvin Lazerson, Undated
8532 Notes: The Rise of Anthropological Theory by Marvin Harris, Undated
8533 Notes: Roots of Crisis by Clarence Karier, Paul Violes and Joel Spring, Undated
BoxFolder
861 Notes: Ross, Edward A., Undated
862 Notes: San Antonio, the Old Capital City of Mexican Life and Influence by Max Sylvier, Undated
863 Notes: School and Society by John Dewey, Undated
864 Notes: Schooling in Capitalist America by Samuel Bowles, Undated
865 Notes:Scores of Spanish-Speaking Children Repeated Tests by George Sanchez, Undated
866 Notes: The Search for Order by Rogert H. Wiebe, Undated
867 Notes: Shaping the American Educational State by Clarence J. Karrier, Undated
868 Notes: Social Area of Los Angeles by Eshrer Shevky, Undated
869 Notes: Social Control by Edward Alsworth Ross, Undated
8610 Notes: Social Ideas of American Educators by Merle Curtis, Undated
8611 Notes: Social Psychology by Edward Alsworth Ross, Undated
8612 Notes: Social Resources of the Lincoln Heights Coordinating Council District 18, Undated
8613 Notes: The Social Trend by Edward Alsworth Ross, Undated
8614 Notes: Some Obstacles to Community Organization by Charles and Stuart Queen, Undated
8615 Notes: Some Suggestive Problems in the Americanization of Mexicans by Roy Dickerson, Undated
8616 Notes: Sorting the Students by Frank V. Freeman, Undated
8617 Notes: The Spanish Language Problems by D. B. Merrill, Undated
8618 Notes: The Spanish-Speaking Child by Herschel T. Manuel, Undated
8619 Notes: Special Schools for Mexicans by Grance C. Stanley, Undated
8620 Notes: Study of Children's Attitudes Toward Mexicans by Eleanor Mc Cammon, Undated
8621 Notes: A Study of Social and Economic Factors Relating to Spanish Speaking People in the United States by Home Missions Council, Undated
8622 Notes: A Study of Test Performance of American, Mexican, and Negro Children by H. L. Koch, Undated
8623 Notes: Study of the Mental and Scholastic Abilities of Mexican Children in the Elementary School by Don T. Delmet, Undated
8624 Notes: Teacher Grades as Criteria for Achievement of Bilingual Children by Floyd Caldwell, Undated
8625 Notes: Teaching English to Mexican Boys by Genevieve Martindale, Undated
8626 Notes: Teaching the Spanish-American Child by D. B. Marril, Undated
8627 Notes: Testing for Order and Control in the Corporate Liberal State by Clarence Karrier, Undated
8628 Notes: on Thesis, Undated
8629 Notes: on Thesis, Undated
8630 Notes: on Thesis, Undated
8631 Notes: Tightening the Mexican Border by Robert N. Mclean, Undated
8632 Notes: The Transformation of American Society by John A. Garraty, Undated
BoxFolder
871 Notes: Transformation of the School by Lemus Cremin, Undated
872 Notes: Transient Mexican Agricultural Labor by Lawrence Leslie Walters, Undated
873 Notes: Triumph of Conservation by Gabriel Kolko, Undated
874 Notes: The Twentieth Century City by Josiah Strong, Undated
875 Notes: UCLA School of Public Health's Study of the Social and Economic Characteristics for the 1960 Census, Undated
876 Notes: U.S. Department of Labor's Report of the Commissioner General of Immigration, Undated
877 Notes: U.S. Department of Census 1930 Findings, Undated
878 Notes: U.S. Department of Census 1950 Findings, Undated
879 Notes: U.S. Department of Census 1960 Findings, Undated
8710 Notes: U.S. Department of Census General Characteristics of the Population by Census Tracts, Undated
8711 Notes: U.S. Department of Census 16th Census Characteristics of the Population, Undated
8712 Notes: U.S. Department of Census 15th Census of the U.S., Undated
8713 Notes: Urban Land Economics by Herbert B. Doran, Undated
8714 Notes: Urban Land Economics by Richard Radcliff, Undated
8715 Notes: Urbanism, Urbanization and Change: Comparative Perspectives by Paul Meadows and Ephraim H. Mizruchi, Undated
8716 Notes: Urbanization and Overview by Philip Hauser, Undated
8717 Notes: The Use of Psychological Tests in the Educational and Vocational Guidance of High School Pupils by William Martin Proctor, Undated
8718 Notes: Vital Problem in Mexican Immigration by Don B. Lescohier, Undated
8719 Notes: Wet and Other Mexicans by Kenneth L. Roberts, Undated
8720 Notes: What Los Angeles is Doing with the Results of Testing by Harlan C. Hines, Undated
8721 Notes: What of the Bracero? The Forgotten Alternative in our Immigration by Charles A. Thompson, Undated
8722 Notes: Where the Rich and the Poor People Live by Homer Hoyt, Undated
8723 Notes: White Indian and Negro Work Curves by Thomas R. Garth, Undated
8724 Notes: Work and Welfare of Children of Agricultural Laborers in Hidalgo County, Texas by Amber Arthur Warburton, Helen Wood and Marian M. Crane, Undated
8725 Notes: on the Writings of Gabriel Kalko, Undated
8726 Notes: on the Writings of Mao Tse Tung, Undated
8727 Notes: on the Writings of Ward Hunt Goodenough, Undated
8728 Notes: Youth Culture in the United States by Joel Spring, Undated
8729 Notes: Youth, School, and Vacation by Meyer Bloomfield, Undated
8730 Notes: Miscellaneous Note Cards, Undated
8731 Notes: Miscellaneous Note Cards, Undated