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Eugene Acosta Marin Papers 1945-2002

MSS-336


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Marin, Eugene Acosta, 1922-1999.
Title: Eugene Acosta Marin Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1945-2002
Quantity: 38 Boxes (19.0 Linear Feet)
Abstract:This collection contains minutes, agendas, correspondence, conference materials, newspaper articles, newsletters, publications, and other items documenting Eugene Acosta Marin's personal and professional life from 1945 until his death in 1999. Materials in the collection date from 1945 to 2002.
Identification: MSS-336
Language: Material in English
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

Eugene Acosta Marin was born to Mexican American parents on December 7, 1922 in Christmas, Arizona. He married Marie and the couple had two daughters, Martha and Beverly. Eugene Marin died on November 10, 1999 at the age of 77.

Marin lived in Christmas, Arizona through the Depression years of the 1930s until he graduated from high school at nearby Hayden in 1941. He joined the Army Air Corps and became a B-24 Bomber Navigator. Upon his discharge in 1945, he enrolled at Arizona State Teachers College (now Arizona State University) and settled in Phoenix upon graduating in 1949. He went on to earn his M.A. in Education (1954) and his Administrative Certification (1958) from ASU and his Ph.D from California Western University (1972).

Eugene Marin devoted his professional life to education, teaching for 16 years in the Phoenix elementary school district and participating in pilot bilingual education programs in California. He served as Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity in Arizona for four years, as Financial Aid Director at Arizona State University for 12 years, and as Director of Special Programs in the Office of Education in Washington, D.C., for four years. He was a founding member of the Vesta Club, which annually awards scholarships to Hispanic students. He also established the American Coordinating Council on Political Education to promote political awareness and activity among Hispanics in Arizona.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains minutes, agendas, correspondence, conference materials, newspaper articles, newsletters, publications, and other items documenting Eugene Acosta Marin's personal and professional life from 1945 until his death in 1999. Researchers should note that descriptive terms shift over time and so are not uniform - for example, Mexican-American, Chicano/a, Hispanic, and Latino/a are all used to describe Americans of Latin American descent.

Series I: Administration (Boxes 1-7) includes biographical materials, curriculum vitae describing Eugene Marin and others, calendars, business cards that Marin collected and used throughout his career, and organizational files arranged in alphabetical order.

Series II: Education (Boxes 8-12) houses materials documenting bilingual education in Arizona and other areas of the United States, the Chicano Faculty-Staff Association at Arizona State University, conference information, meeting agendas, and minutes.

Series III: Government/Politics (Box 13) includes data collected from various city, state, county, and federal departments as well as campaign information from various sources.

Series IV: Correspondence (Boxes 14-18) includes a large volume of correspondence found throughout the collection. Most correspondence has been aggregated into this series and arranged chronologically. This series also represents many orphan documents collected by the donor including cards, handwritten notes, and letters to the editor.

Series V: Media (Boxes 19-32) documents a wide variety of topics in various formats, including brochures, pamphlets, surveys, circulars, flyers, proceedings, news clippings, reports, journals, news releases, and programs from various sources. Speeches, statements, and remarks are arranged by author. Duplicates and deteriorated clippings have been weeded; when necessary, an archival copy has been made.

Series VI: Photographs (Box 33) consists of approximately 670 photographs. The majority of the images were separated from their original boxes and folders during processing. All photographs found in the VESTA Club scrapbooks, however, remain in their original scrapbook form.

Series VII: Other Material (Boxes 34-38) includes artifacts, awards and certificates, maps, memorabilia, plaques, other personal papers, and oversized items.

Useful Acronyms
AARP: American Association of Retired Persons
ACCPE: American Coordinating Council on Political Education
ACU: American Community Union
AHCCCS: Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System
AHFE: Association of Hispanic Federal Executives
ANUIES: Asociacion Nacional de Universidades e Institutos de Educacion Superior
CEEB: College Entrance Examination Board
CEHO: Centro de Estudios del Hemisferio Occidental
CCOSSP: Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People
CHUR: Coalition of Hispanics to Unseat Reagan
CLEO: Council on Legal Education Opportunity
CUPA: College and University Personnel Association
CSUF: California State University, Fullerton
CWHS: Center for Western Hemispheric Studies, Inc.
EEOC: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
HFFCU: Hispanic First Federal Credit Union
HOPE: Hispanic Organization of Professionals & Executives
IMAGE: Incorporated Mexican American Government Employees
LA RASA: Latin American Research And Service Agency
LEAP: Leadership and Education for the Advancement of Phoenix
LEEP: Law Enforcement Education Program
LULAC: League of United Latin-American Citizens
MAG: Maricopa Association of Governments
MALDEF: Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund
MAPA: Mexican-American Political Association
MASO: Mexican-American Student Organization
MEChA: Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano De Aztlan
MSSP: Minority Student Services Program
MUSI: Mexico-United States Institute
NABE: National Association for Bilingual Education
NACHE: National Association of Chicanos in Higher Education
NALEO: National Association of Latino Elected & Appointed Officials
NASULGC: National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
NCCHE: National Chicano Council on Higher Education
NCCJ: National Conference of Christians and Jews
NEDA: National Economic Development Association
NDEA: National Defense Education Act
NHCoA: National Hispanic Council on Aging
NHSF: National Hispanic Scholarship Fund
OAA: Older Americans Act
OBEMLA: Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs
OMBE: Office of Minority Business Enterprise
OPIC: Overseas Private Investment Corporation
PACE: Projects to Advance Creativity in Education
PASO: Political Association of Spanish-Speaking Organizations
PECTA: Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association
PDK: Phi Delta Kappa
SAMAC: Student Affairs Minority Advisory Committee
SEOO: State Economic Opportunity Office
SER: Service, Employment, Redevelopment
SIP: Spanish Immersion Project
SPYR: Sell Phoenix Year Round
SVRI: Southwest Voter Research Institute
TACHE: Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education
UFWOC: United Farm Workers Organizing Committee
UNAM: University National Autonomous of Mexico
USIU: United States International University
WPS: Widowed Persons Service

Arrangement

This collection consists of thirty-eight boxes divided into six series:
Series I: Administration
Sub-Series A: Business Cards
Sub-Series B: Curriculum Vitae
Sub-Series C: Calendars and Other Material
Sub-Series D: Organizations
Sub-Series E: Vesta Club
Series II: Education
Sub-Series A: Arizona
Sub-Series B: Arizona State University
Sub-Series C: Bilingual
Sub-Series D: Chicano Faculty and Staff Association
Sub-Series E: Conferences
Sub-Series F: General
Sub-Series G: Meetings
Sub-Series H: United States Office of Education
Series III: Government/Politics
Sub-Series A: Arizona
Sub-Series B: California, Individual Cities, and Maricopa County
Sub-Series C: United States
Sub-Series D: Campaigns
Series IV: Correspondence
Series V: Media
Sub-Series A: Newsletters
Sub-Series B: News Releases and Programs
Sub-Series C: Publications
Sub-Series D: Video
Sub-Series E: Journal Articles, Newsclippings, and Newspapers
Sub-Series F: Speeches, Statements, and Remarks
Sub-Series G: Photographs
Series VI: Other Materials
Series VII: Oversized 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)
Marin, Eugene Acosta, 1922-1999.

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University.

Subject(s)
Chicano movement -- Arizona.
Education -- Arizona.
Education, Bilingual -- Arizona.
Elementary school teachers -- Arizona.
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights -- Arizona.
Mexican Americans -- Education -- Arizona.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Eugene Acosta Marin Papers, MSS-336. Arizona State University Library: Chicano Research Collection.

Provenance

Marie C. Marin donated these papers to the Chicano Research Collection in 2008 and 2010 (Accession #2008-04232 and #2010-04390).

Processing Note

This collection's series arrangement has been modified to reflect a more practical and serviceable order for researchers.

Photographs were separated from their original boxes and folders during processing. All photographs found in the VESTA Club scrapbooks, however, remain in their original location.

Due to the large volume of varied correspondence found throughout the collection, most correspondence has been aggregated into one series and arranged chronologically. This series also represents many orphan documents collected by the donor, including cards and handwritten notes.

A significant portion of the loose newspaper and journal clippings had deteriorated appreciably and so had outlived their usability; these items were destroyed.


Container List

Series I: Administration
Sub-Series A: Business Cards
BoxFolder
11 Business Cards, Undated
Sub-Series B: Curriculum Vitae
BoxFolder
12 Amando, Frank R., Undated
13 Acosta, Cayetano, 1976 June 1
14 Apodaca, Jerry, Undated
15 Benites, Joe Robert, Undated
16 Blossom, Grace A., 1974, 1976, 1979, 1980
17 Burruel, Jose Maria, 1977
18 Campos-Hernandez, Leonel, Undated
19 Cano, Edwardo R., 1970 June 29
110 Chavez, Gilbert J., Undated
111 Echeveste, Adolfo P., 1976 September 4
112 Espinoza, Narcisa Margarita, 1972 August
113 Fernandez, Benjamin, Undated
114 Galas, Frank David, 1973, 1974
115 Gomez, Francis D., 1979
116 Gonzalez, Josue, 1979 April 25
117 Gonzalez-Pando, Miguel, Undated
118 Guzman, Ralph C., 1966 May
119 Hoge, Andrew Erwin, 1964 September 30
120 Hollister Boardman, Jean, Undated
121 Lopez, Ernesto Lisandro, Undated
122 Lopez, John C., Undated
123 MacCalla, Thomas A., Undated
124 Martinez, Daniel B., 1980 May 5
125 Mehren, Sonia Perez S., Undated
126 Northen, Allen D., Undated
127 Payne, Henry P., Undated
128 Petersen, Gary D., 1975 May 9
129 Puente, Gilbert, Undated
130 Quezada, Fernando Elias, 1977 May 15
131 Robles, Joe M., Undated
132 Rodriguez, John H., Undated
133 Ruiz, Chris C., Undated
134 Ruybalid, Louis A., Undated
135 Snyder, Milton L., Undated
136 Soto Zozaya, Julia, Undated
137 Urias, Danny, 1991 April 30
138 Willekens, Mary Guerra, Undated
139 Williams, Jack, Undated
Sub-Series C: Calendars and Other Material
BoxFolder
140 Calendars, 1980 September-1981 May
141 Other Material
Sub-Series D: Organizations
BoxFolder
21 American Community Union (ACU), Undated
22 American Coordinating Council on Political Education (ACCPE), Undated
23 The American GI Forum, Undated
24 Arizona Cactus-Pine Girl Scout Council, 1968 June-July
25 Arizona-Mexico Commission, 1980 July
26 Arizona Small Business Advisory Council, 1970 (Poor Photocopy)
27 Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (AHFE), 1976-1984
28 Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (AHFE), 1985-1992
29 Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (AHFE), Undated
210 Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (AHFE) Constitution and By-Laws, 1980, 1982, 1983
211 Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People (CCOSSP), 1972, 1973
212 Center for Western Hemispheric Studies, Inc. Statement of Purpose, 1979 January 9
213 Central Arizona Project, 1985 November
214 Coalition of Hispanics to Unseat Reagan (C.H.U.R.), 1984
215 Cultural Centers (Assorted), 1971, 1972 (Handwritten Notes)
216 Friendly House, 1969
217 Hispanic Employee Council Constitution, Undated
218 Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, 1975 January 10
219 Latin American Research and Service Agency (La Raza)
220 Leadership and Education for the Advancement of Phoenix (LEAP), 1960, 1965, 1969
221 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Rationale for a Recommended National Effort, Undated
222 Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG), 1975
223 Mexican American Historical Society, 1974
224 Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1978
225 Mexican-American Political Association, 1967, 1969
BoxFolder
31 Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano De Aztlan (M.E.Ch.A.), 1972-1976
32 Motivation of Arizona, Inc., 1960, 1967
33 Music Helps Seniors, Inc., 1997, 1998
34 National Association of Farm Workers Organizations Fact Sheet, Undated
35 National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), 1980 June 17
36 National Chicano Political Caucus, 1972
37 National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education Staff, Undated
38 National Economic Development Association (NEDA), 1972, 1975
39 National Hispanic Coalition, 1976, 1979
310 National Hispanic Council on Aging, 1988-1990
311 National Spanish Speaking Coalition, 1972-1973
312 Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), 1973
313 Phi Delta Kappa (PDK), 1966
314 Phoenix 40, 1975 April (New Times Newspaper)
315 The Phoenix League of Mexican-American Women Bylaws, 1965
316 Political Association of Spanish-Speaking Organizations (P.A.S.O.) Constitution and By-Laws, 1961
317 Profiles of Success Assorted Materials, 1991-1999
318 Quarter Century Commission, 1977 March 31
319 Rio Salado Forum Assorted Materials, 1972
320 Service-Employment-Redevelopment (SER), 1969, 1974, 1976
321 Southwest Mobile Institute, 1972, 1973
322 Sun Sounds, 1989-1993
323 United Farm Workers Organizing Committee (UFWOC) Fact Sheet, 1972 April 14
324 Viva Kennedy Club, 1960, 1961
Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson Committee.
325 Volunteer Center (of Maricopa County), 1990, 1991
326 Widowed Persons Service Fact Sheets, Undated
Sub-Series E: Vesta Club
BoxFolder
41 Brochures, Programs
Includes Virtuosity & Vigilance, Education & Encouragement, Success through schooling and study, Teaching the tenets of tolerance, Advancement and abundance of attainment of aspirations.
42 By-Laws, 1992, 1999
43 Certificate of Disclosure, 2000-2002
44 Constitution, 1957, 1985, 1999
45 Correspondence, 1974-1979
46 Correspondence, 1982-1985
47 Correspondence, 1986-1987
48 Correspondence, 1988-1989
49 Correspondence, 1990, 1995, 1997
410 Correspondence, 1998
411 Correspondence, 1999
412 Correspondence, 2000
413 Correspondence, 2001-2003
414 Correspondence, Undated
415 Debutant Ball Programs, 1979-1985
416 Diskette (Untitled), Undated
417 Expenditures Vouchers, 2000-2002
BoxFolder
51 Forms (Assorted), Undated
52 History, Activities, Code of Conduct, Objectives, Installation of Officers, 1960, 1996
53 Invitations, 1990-2000
54 Leadership Foundation, 2003
55 Meeting Agenda, Minutes, 1990-1995
56 Meeting Agenda, Minutes, 1996-2002
57 Membership and Directories, 1997, 2000, 2001
58 Newsletters, 1989-2000, 2003
59 Other Financial Material, 1995, 1999-2001
510 Other General Material, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001
511 Press Release, 1998, 1999
512 Revenue and Expenses, 1993-1998, 2000
513 Scholarship Committee
514 Scholarship Recipients, 1983-2000
515 Scholarship Recipient Agreements, 1998-2000
516 Student Personal Statements
517 Treasury Reports, 1991-2002
BoxFolder
61 Scrapbook, 1953-1957 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 17 Photographs; 1 of 2)
62 Scrapbook, 1957-1958 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 41 Photographs; 2 of 2)
63 Scrapbook, 1960-1962 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 51 Photographs; 1 of 3)
64 Scrapbook, 1962-1964 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 95 Photographs; 2 of 3)
65 Scrapbook (folder 3 of 3), 1964-1969 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 26 Photographs; 3 of 3)
BoxFolder
71 Scrapbook, 1970-1974 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 1 Photograph; 1 of 3)
72 Scrapbook, 1976-1979 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 14 Photographs; 2 of 3)
73 Scrapbook, 1953-1979 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 70 Photographs; 3 of 3)
74 Scrapbook, 1979-1981 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 67 Photographs)
75 Scrapbook, 1981-1985 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 92 Photographs)
76 Scrapbook, 1986 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 116 Photographs; 1 of 2)
77 Scrapbook, 1987-1988 (News Clippings, Programs, Correspondence, and 61 Photographs; 2 of 2)
Series II: Education
Sub-Series A: Arizona
BoxFolder
81 Arizona Board of Regents, 1988 January-1990 February
82 Isaac School District, 1983
83 Lowell School (Phoenix, AZ): Graduation Programs, 1960-1965, 1967
84 Lowell School (Phoenix, AZ): Phoenix Memories, 1962
85 Lowell School (Phoenix, AZ): 8th Grade, 1964, 1965
86 Lowell School (Phoenix, AZ): Other Material, 1963-1965
87 Northern, Allen D.: Retirement Dinner, 1979
88 Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association (PECTA): Meeting, 1956 January 30
89 Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association (PECTA): Professional Growth, 1962-1965
810 Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association (PECTA): Salary Schedules, 1957-1965
811 Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association (PECTA): Silver Anniversary Banquet, 1967 May 12
812 Phoenix Elementary District: Ott, Ann, 1960, 1980
Robert Louis Stevenson School.
813 Phoenix Union High School, 1972
814 Tempe Elementary Schools, 1972, 1973
815 Wilson District Teacher Center, Undated (Pages 6-14)
Sub-Series B: Arizona State University
BoxFolder
816 Alma Mater, 1949, 1955
817 Athletic Department: Arthur Diaz (Golf), 1973, 1974
818 Budget Definitions, 1973 March
819 Charge of Discrimination, 1972 May 23
820 Civil Subpoena: Eugene Marin, 1961-1981
821 Committees, 1973, 1974
822 Cultural Centers, 1969, 1973
823 E. Blois du Bois Foundation, Inc., 1976
824 Enrollment Demographic, 1969-1980
825 Financial Aid Office, 1972-1976
826 Internal Audit Department: Audit Report, 1976 December
827 Golden Reunion: Class of 1949, 1999 May 12-14
BoxFolder
91 Higher Education: Title I, 1972
92 History Department: Arizona and the Southwest, 1974 March 14-15
93 Honorary Degree, 1979
94 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Mexican American: Course Proposal, 1973-1976
95 Master Calendar, 1980-1981
96 Mathews Center: Floor Plan, 1967 April
97 Minority Caucus, 1979, 1980
98 Other Material, 1975-1981
99 Raza Graduate Student Caucus Newsletter, 1979
910 Scholarship Awards: Eugene Acosta Marin Memorial Scholarship, 2001 October 16
911 Spanish Immersion Project (SIP), 1981
912 Suggested Changes for Office of Student Financial Aid, 1975 October 29
Sub-Series C: Bilingual
BoxFolder
913 Bilingual-Bicultural Project, 1971-1972
914 Center for Bilingual Education, Arizona State University, 1980, 1981
915 Children's Television, 1972
916 Constitution of the National Association for Bilingual Education, Undated
917 Doctoral Program: Undergraduate Program in Bilingual Education, Undated
918 Executive Summaries of Research and Evaluations of Bilingual Education Programs (Council on Anthropology and Education), 1980 December 1
919 Other Material
920 Panel on Bilingual Education, 1978 August 21-22 (Handwritten Notes)
921 A Proposal for the Creation of a Department of Bilingual/Multicultural Education by Dr. Carlos J. Vallejo, Arizona State University, 1978 October 11
922 School of Education Projects: Dean's Grants, 1980
United States Department of Education.
923 United States Department of Education Assorted Materials, 1979, 1980
924 Vocational Training Projects, 1979
Sub-Series D: Chicano Faculty and Staff Association
BoxFolder
925 Chicano Courses
926 Constitution and By-Laws, Undated
927 Meeting Minutes and Agenda, 1972-1980
928 Other Material
929 Title VI, 1972 September 9
Sub-Series E: Conferences
BoxFolder
101 Alternate Methods of Financing Minority Business, 1972 April 20-22
102 Arizona Chicano Mobile Institute, 1974 February 15
103 Arizona Education Association Sixty-Sixth Annual Convention, 1957 November 8-9
104 Arizona Federation Council for Exceptional Children, 1981 March 6-7
105 Arizona Hispanic Community Forum, 1988 September 9-10
106 Arizona Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce, 1980 August 14
107 Bilingual Bicultural Education, 1981 April 13-14
108 Bilingual Education, 1979, 1981
109 Bilingual-Multicultural Symposium, 1980 August 4-7
1010 Business and Industrial Race Relations Seminar, 1970 January 25
1011 Chicano/American Jewish Committee Western Regional Leadership Retreat, 1981 January 9-11
1012 Chicano Behavioral Health, 1981 March 15-27
1013 Chicano Educators Conference, 1973 February 2-3
1014 Chicano Student Conference, National, 1981 April 3-5
1015 Civil Rights Conference, 1982 December 5-7
1016 College Entrance Examination Board and the College Scholarship Service Assembly, 1973 January 7-10
1017 College and University Personnel Association, 1980 November 5-8
1018 Colloquium for Chicanos in Student Financial Management, 1976 June
1019 Committee for Evaluation of Instructional Material, 1966 August 24-26
1020 Conflict and Power in Continuing Education, 1981 March 16
1021 Council in Legal Education Opportunity, 1978 October 6-7
1022 Education of Hispanics, 1980, 1981
1023 Ethno Perspectives in Bilingual Education Research, 1980 March, June
1024 Governor's Conference on Aging, 1990 December 7
1025 Governor's Conference on Arizona Beauty, 1968 April 1-2
1026 Hispanic-American Foreign Policy, 1979 October 29
1027 Hispanic Education
1028 Hispanic Women's Conference, 1996 September 20-21
1029 Hispanics in Higher Education, 1978 December (Report of Proceedings, New Jersey)
1030 Incorporated Mexican American Government Employees (IMAGE), 1973 February 23-25
BoxFolder
111 Latin-American Institute, 1966 August-September
112 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), 1980, 1981
113 Mexican American Financial Aid Institute, 1974 July 8-19
114 Mexican American Student Conference, 1969
115 Migrant Education Directors' Conference (National), 1979 December 4-6
116 Minority Involvement Program, 1972
117 National Defense Education Act Institute (NDEA), 1964-1966
118 National Education Association (NEA): Arizona Department of Classroom Teachers, 1961 April 20-22
119 National Political Leadership Conference, 1961 March 26 (Narrative Report)
1110 Nevis Vistas, 1967 April 13-14
1111 Reactor (Handwritten) Notes from Attendees, 1978 August 22
1112 Seaman de la Raze, 1972 September 11-16
1113 Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education, 1978 July 27-29
1114 Voter Registration Drive Conference, 1962 March 24
1115 White House Conference, 1980, 1981
Sub-Series F: General
BoxFolder
1116 Affirmative Action, 1980, 1981
1117 Acre, Carlos (University of Michigan), 1981
1118 Basic Skills Agreement Preamble, Undated
1119 Bibliographies, 1963, 1964
1120 California State Department of Education, 1963, 1966
1121 Campaign for Educational Assistance, 1981
1122 Center for Mexican-American Educational Support Services for the State of Arizona Proposal, 1972 September 1-1973 August 31 (Best Copy Available)
1123 A Center for the Preservation, Restoration and Perpetuation of the Cultural Heritage of the Southwest Proposal at Maricopa County Community College, 1973 September 26
1124 Education Amendments of 1976, Undated
1125 Higher Education
1126 Higher Education, Undated (Handwritten Notes)
1127 Hispanic Concerns Staff, 1979, 1980
BoxFolder
121 Medical Assistants Program, 1973
122 Mexican American Management Program, Undated
123 Multicultural Education Reform, 1991 September 7
124 O'Hara, James G.: Testimony Before Subcommittee on H.R. 3471, 1975 March 18
125 Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development, Undated (Handwritten Notes)
126 Stanford University, 1974 August
127 Summary of Better Schools Act of 1973, Undated
128 United States International University, 1969, 1971
129 Universidad Autonomy De Baja California, 1975
1210 University of New Mexico, 1979
1217 Other Material
Sub-Series G: Meetings
BoxFolder
1211 Agenda and Minutes, 1968-1970
1212 Agenda and Minutes, 1971
1213 Agenda and Minutes, 1972
1214 Agenda and Minutes, 1974-1975
1215 Agenda and Minutes, 1976
1216 Agenda and Minutes (Unidentified)
Sub-Series H: United States Office of Education
BoxFolder
1218 Hispanic Initiative, 1979 March 17
1219 Horace Mann Learning Center, Undated
1220 Job Description: U.S. Catholic Conference, Undated
1221 The Right To Read, Undated
Series III: Government/Politics
Sub-Series A: Arizona
BoxFolder
131 Arizona Fact-Finding Commission Planning Worksheets, 1981 April 11
132 Arizona Spanish Surnamed Legislators, Undated
133 Arizona Town Halls, 1962-1996
134 Assistance to Gifted Students: ARS 15-764, Undated
135 Congressmen, 1977 July
136 Continuous Uniform Evaluation System, 1972
137 Corporation Commissioners Since Statehood, 1987
138 Governor's Office on Mexican-American Affairs of Director Job Description, Undated
139 Governor's Office; Staff Directory, Undated
Governor Jack Williams.
1310 House Bill #2134 Thirtieth Legislature, 1972 May 11
1311 Legislative Candidates, General Election, Undated
Compiled and Issued by Wesley Bolin, Secretary of State.
1312 Objectives, Fines E Historian, 1992 November
1313 Pupil Achievement Testing, Article 3, Undated
1314 Secretary of State Elections, 1962
1315 Secretary of State Elections, 1961
1316 Senate Bill 1084, Thirty-Fifth Legislature, 1981
1317 Teacher Proficiency, ARS 15-533, Undated
1318 Town Halls, 1996 October
1319 United States Commission of Civil Rights: The Phoenix Hearing, 1962 January 3
Sub-Series B: California, Individual Cities, and Maricopa County
BoxFolder
1320 Elections, California, 1966
1321 Christmas, Arizona, Undated (Includes Handwritten Notes)
1322 Guadalupe, Arizona, 1975
1323 Tempe Service Club and Organization Directory, 1974 July
1324 Traffic Survival School: Organizing Committee, Maricopa County, 1968 February 15
Sub-Series C: United States
BoxFolder
1325 Candidates for General Election: U.S. and State Offices, 1962 November 6
1326 Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW): Organizational Chart, 1976 November 1
1327 Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW): Proposals, 1972, 1976, 1977
1328 The President's Budget for Fiscal Year 1974, 1973 March 1
1329 Summary of Provisions of S.550-Packwood/Moynihan Bill, 1981
Tuition Tax Relief Act of 1981.
1330 Other Material
Sub-Series D: Campaigns
BoxFolder
1331 Bishop, C. Diane, Undated
1332 Candidates, Undated
1333 Church, Wade, 1959, 1960
1334 Cruz, Bob and Zamora, Gloria, 1981
1335 Fernandez, Benjamin, 1979, 1980
1336 Goldwater, Barry, 1964 July 16
Speaks Out on the Issues.
1337 Hayden, Carl, 1962
1338 Legaspi, Luis M., Undated
1339 Lopez, John C., 1970 October 6
1340 Marin, Eugene Acosta, 1975
1341 McCain, John, Undated
1342 Miranda, Benny, Undated
1343 Morales, Mike, 1979-1980
1344 National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE), Undated
1345 Pastor, Ed, 1995
1346 Rodriguez, Alberto, 1990
1347 Rudd, Eldon, 1977
1348 Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, 1995, 1996
1349 Valdez, Richard, 1972
1350 Voter's Guide, Phoenix Primary Election, 1977 November 1
1351 Warner, Carolyn, Undated
Series IV: Correspondence
BoxFolder
141 Cards
142 Cards, Undated
143 General, 1956-1958
144 General, 1960
145 General, 1961
146 General, 1962
147 General, 1963
148 General, 1964
149 General, 1965
1410 General, 1966
1411 General, 1967
1412 General, 1968
1413 General, 1969 January-June
1414 General, 1969 July-December
1415 General, 1970
1416 General, 1971
1417 General, 1972 January-June
1418 General, 1972 July-December
BoxFolder
151 General, 1973 January-June
152 General, 1973 July-December
153 General, 1974 January-June
154 General, 1974 July-December
155 General, 1975 January-June
156 General, 1975 July-December
157 General, 1976 January-June
158 General, 1976 July-December
159 General, 1977 January-June
1510 General, 1977 July-December
1511 General, 1978 January-June
1512 General, 1978 July-December
BoxFolder
161 General, 1979 January-March
162 General, 1979 April-June
163 General, 1979 July-December
164 General, 1980 January-February
165 General, 1980 March-April
166 General, 1980 May-June
167 General, 1980 July-August
168 General, 1980 September-December
BoxFolder
171 General, 1981 January-September
172 General, 1982 January, March
173 General, 1983 November
174 General, 1984 May, July, October
175 General, 1985 January, May, June
176 General, 1986 (various months)
177 General, 1987
178 General, 1988
179 General, 1989
1710 General, 1990
1711 General, 1991 May, September, October
1712 General, 1992 August, September, October
1713 General, 1993
1714 General, 1994
1715 General, 1995
1716 General, 1996
1717 General, 1997
1718 General, 1998
BoxFolder
181 General, 1999, 2002
182 General, Undated
183 Handwritten notes (Loose Material)
184 Invitations, 1960-1969
185 Invitations, 1970-1979
186 Invitations, 1980-1989
187 Invitations, 1990-1999
188 Invitations, Undated
189 Letters to the Editor, 1972, 1979
1810 Letters to the Editor, 1984-1988
1811 Letters to the Editor, 1990-1999
1812 Letters to the Editor, Undated
1813 Stationery, Undated
Series V: Media
Sub-Series A: Newsletters
BoxFolder
191 A - Assorted
192 Agenda, 1973-1975 (Missing Consecutive Issues)
193 Arizona Progress; Valley National Bank, 1980-1981 (Missing Consecutive Issues)
194 Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (AHFE), Undated
195 B - Assorted
196 Beta Chi News, 1963, 1966
197 C - Assorted
198 Daily News Digest; Office of Education, 1979 October 19
199 Don Devereux, 1989 July-November
1910 E - Assorted, 1970, 1981
1911 F - Assorted, 1956, 1977, 1981
1912 Forum, 1979-1981 (Missing Consecutive Issues)
1913 Gamma Deltan; (Arizona State University), Undated
1914 H - Assorted
1915 I - Assorted
1916 Imperial Valley Foreign Language Teachers Association, 1965
1917 Londen Project Ten, 1978
1918 LULAC News, 1963, 1973
1919 Mexico-United States Institute (MUSI), 1998-1990 (Missing Consecutive Issues)
1920 M - Assorted
1921 MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund)
1922 El Mirlo Canta de Noticatlan: Carta Sobre Estudios Chicanos, 1974, 1976, 1977 (Missing Consecutive Issues)
1923 N - Assorted
1924 Origenes al dia, 1970 February
1925 Phi Delta Kappa, 1967 January
1926 Revista Education (Arizona State University), 1980 June
1927 S - Assorted
1928 The Sacramento Newsletter, 1965-1966
1929 Southwest Voter Research Notes, 1995, 1996
1930 T - Assorted
1931 Technocracy Briefs, Undated
1932 W - Assorted
1933 Yellen, Ben Newsletter, 1965,1966
Sub-Series B: News Releases and Programs
BoxFolder
201 News Release, 1965, 1966
202 News Release, 1970-1979
203 News Release, 1980, 1985, 1990
204 News Release, Undated
205 Programs, 1947-1968
206 Programs, 1973, 1978, 1979
207 Programs, 1981, 1985
208 Programs, 1991, 1992, 1994
Sub-Series C: Publications
BoxFolder
209 Agenda: National Council of La Raza, 1974
2010 Airearch Manufacturing Company of Arizona: Career Ladder Scholarship, 1977 February
2011 Airearch Manufacturing Company of Arizona: Career Ladder Scholarship Summer Report, 1974
2012 Airearch Manufacturing Company of Arizona: Career Ladder Scholarship Summer Report, 1976
2013 "The AIR Evaluation of the Impact of ESEA Title VII Spanish/English Bilingual Education Programs" by Dr. Jose A. Cardenas, 1977 June
2014 American Association of Retired Persons Arizona Report by Eugene A. Marin, 1989 August 20
2015 The American Legion: Thunderbird Post No. 41, Revised Constitution and By-Laws, 1965
2016 AMEX International Corporation, Undated (Confidential Draft)
2017 Arizona: Brochures
Various titles.
2018 The Arizona Civil Rights Commission Fourth Annual Report, 1968 July 1
2019 Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS); Arizona's New Health Care Program, 1981 November
2020 The Arizona Historical Society of Phoenix, 1980 February-March
A Special Exhibition of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
2021 Arizona State College Sixty-Third Annual Commencement, 1949 May 24
2022 Arizona State College Sixty-Eighth Annual Commencement, 1954 May 25
2023 Arizona State University: Brochures, Undated
2024 Arizona State University: Commencement Programs, 1996,1999
2025 Arizona State University: Financial Aids Office Annual Report, 1945-1976
2026 Arizona State University: Financial Aids Office Annual Report, 1976-1977
BoxFolder
211 Arizona State University: Office of Student Affairs Annual Report, 1968-1969
212 Arizona State University: Office of Student Affairs Orientation Manual for New Employees, 1969-1970
213 Arizona State University: Organization Roster, 1971-1973
214 Arizona State University: State Press Readership Survey, 1976 January
215 Arizona State University: Report of Investigation of Charges of Racial Discrimination in the ASU Campus Police and Security Department, Undated
216 Arizona State University; Report of the President (John W. Schwada), 1972-1973
217 Azlan-Chicano Journal of the Social Sciences and the Arts: National Roster of Spanish Surnamed Elected Officials, 1973 (Vol. 5, No. 1 and 2)
218 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) By-Laws and Constitution, 1954-1955
219 Bilingual/Bicultural Teacher Certification Requirements in the Midwestern States (Midwest National Origin Desegregation Assistance Center), 1980 March
2110 Bilingual Journal, 1978 Fall
2111 Brochures and Flyers
2112 Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People (CCOSSP), 1970, 1973
2113 Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People (CCOSSP): Objectives, Undated
2114 Calafia (Universidad Autonoma de Baja California), 1975 April (Vol. 2, No. 6)
2115 Camino Latino Magazine, 1975 January
(Spanish and English)
2116 Chapman College; World Campus Afloat, 1974-1975
2117 The City of Douglas, Arizona, 1970 October
2118 College Board: People, Programs, Progress, 1974
2119 Common Cause, 1972 October (Vol. 2, No. 10)
2120 Constitution of Young Democrats of Arizona, Undated (Fragile)
2121 Creighton School District, Phoenix, Arizona, Personnel Directory, 1979-1980
2122 Directory of Hispanic Employment Program Managers in Washington, D.C., 1979 December
2123 Directory of Vocational Training Opportunities in the Phoenix Area, (Employment Security Commission of Arizona), 1964 September
2124 Dissemination Center for Bilingual Bicultural Education: Brochures, 1972, 1974
BoxFolder
221 Doing Business in Mexico: A Guide to Arizona-Mexico Trade, Undated
222 The Federalism Initiative, 1982
223 Federal Student Assistance: A Review of Title IV (Consortium on Financing Higher Education), Undated
224 Gatekeepers in Education: A Report on Institutional Licensing, 1975 April
225 Garces, Father Francisco; First Christian Martyr in Arizona 1781-, Undated
226 Hayden-Winkelman Unified School District No. 41: Our Bi-Cultural Education, Undated
227 The Hidden Tyranny; The Issue That Dwarfs All Other Issues, 1978
228 Hispanic Higher Education Coalition: Index, 1979
229 Imperial County California School Directory, 1965-1966
2210 Inequality in Education (Migrant Education), 1976 June (No. 21)
2211 La Luz, 1974 August
2212 Latin American Research and Service Agency (La Raza) Brochures, Undated
2213 Leadership Training Program; Mexican American Student Organization (Arizona State University), 1969 Summer
2214 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), 1960, 1961
2215 Madero, Franciso; President of Mexico 1913, 1958
2216 Mexican American Education Study; Summaries of the First Five Reports, 1974
2217 MexAmerica; A Five-Part Report from The Washington Post, 1978 March
2218 Mexican American and Negro Summary of Comparative Data: 1960 Census, 1960
2219 Mexico Today Symposium, 1978-1979
2220 The Mexican American: Quest for Equality (National Advisory Committee on Mexican American Education), 1968
2221 National Chicano Council on Higher Education: Directory of Fellows, 1977-1980
2222 National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education Brochures, Undated
2223 National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education; Guide to ESSA Title VII, 1981 January (Draft)
2224 National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education: Testing and Ethnic Minority Students, 1980 October (Annotated Bibliography)
BoxFolder
231 National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1980, 1981
232 National Congress of Hispanic American Citizens - A Legislative Report and Action Alerts, Undated
233 National Economic Development Association (NEDA), 1972, 1973
234 National Teacher Corps Guidelines, Undated
235 Overview of the Office of Bilingual and International Studies (Pima Community College), 1981 March 23
236 Partners of the Alliance (Alliance for Progress), 1964 August (Vol. 3)
237 Partners of the Alliance Committees (Alliance for Progress): Directory, 1965 January
238 Phelps Dodge Corporation(Tyrone Branch): Twenty-Fifth Annual Visit, 1977 April 15-17
239 Phi Delta Kappa: Chapter Officers' Handbook, 1966, 1967
2310 Phoenix Elementary Administrators Association: Report of the Reclassification and Salary Committees, 1957 February
2311 Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association (PECTA): Annual Report, 1963-1964
2312 Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association (PECTA): Handbook, 1961, 1963 May
2313 Phoenix Elementary Classroom Teachers Association (PECTA): Report of the Salary Committee, 1955 March
2314 Phoenix Elementary Schools: Report of the Salary Committee: Questionnaire, 1955 February 21
2315 Phoenix Magazine; Ernest W. McFarland, 1984 (Special Edition)
2316 Phoenix Union High School System: Ethnic Background of Staff and Students, 1971 November 16
2317 Phoenix Union High School System: Secondary Bilingual Program, 1974
2318 Policies and Procedures Manual for Grants to School Boards: Division of Equal Educational Opportunities, 1968 July
2319 Proceedings of Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education 3rd Annual Convention, 1977 August 4-6
2320 Profile of an Opportunity: Phoenix and the Valley of the Sun, Undated
BoxFolder
241 A Proposed Learning System, 1968 December 16
242 Report on Confirmation Hearing before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources: Department of HEW, Office of Education, 1979 November 30
243 Spanish Language Television of Arizona, Inc., 1966 December 9
244 The Status of Education of Hispanics in the United States, Undated
245 A Study of the Problems of an Active Local Association (Arizona Education Association), 1956 January
246 Summary of Major Provision of the Education Amendments of 1978, 1978 October 20
247 A System for Teaching Modern Foreign Language Reading (George A. C. Scherer), 1964 Spring
248 Toastmasters International, 1949, 1962
249 The Union Graduate School, Undated
2410 United States Civil Service Commission Brochures, 1970, 1973-1975
2411 United States Civil Service Commission; Minding the Millions, 1973 July (Announcement No. 425)
2412 United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1964, 1965
2413 United States Department of State Bureau of Public Affairs: Current Policy, 1978, 1979
2414 United States Government Brochures
2415 United States House of Representatives: Report of U.S. Relations with Panama (Eighty-Sixth Congress, Second Session), 1960 August 31 ()
2416 United States Navy: Human Resources Management, 1976-1977
2417 United States Office of Education: Federal Programs to Improve Mexican-American Education, Undated
2418 United States Office of Education: Spanish Speaking Employees, 1976 Summer
2419 United Way: Directory for Volunteers in Maricopa County, 1989-1990
Sub-Series D: Video
BoxFolder
2420 LULAC Interview, Undated (VHS Tape)
Sub-Series E: Journal Articles, Newsclippings, and Newspapers
BoxFolder
251 Journal Articles
252 The American Dream (News Clippings)
253 Assorted Topics (News Clippings)
254 Assorted Topics (News Clippings)
255 Assorted Topics (News Clippings)
256 Assorted Topics (News Clippings)
257 Assorted Topics (News Clippings)
258 ASU Search Committee, 1980 (News Clippings)
259 Bakke, Allan P., 1977 (News Clippings)
2510 Benites, Joseph (News Clippings)
2511 Bilingual Education (News Clippings)
2512 Calexico Elections (California), 1966 (News Clippings)
BoxFolder
261 Carter, Jimmy, 1976, 1977 (News Clippings)
262 Castro, Raul (News Clippings)
263 Chicano Unrest (News Clippings)
264 Christmas, Arizona (News Clippings)
265 Democratic Party (News Clippings)
266 Farm Workers (News Clippings)
267 Federation, 1965, 1966 (News Clippings)
268 Fernandez, Benjamin, 1977-1979 (News Clippings)
269 Gonzales, Bennie, 1968 (News Clippings)
2610 Gutierrez, Alfredo (News Clippings)
2611 Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, 1960, 1961 (News Clippings)
2612 Marin, Eugene (News Clippings)
2613 Marquez, Alfredo (News Clippings)
BoxFolder
271 Olivarez, Graciela, 1970 (News Clippings)
272 Puenta, Gil (News Clippings)
273 Rausch, Most Rev. James S. (Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix, Arizona), 1977 (News Clippings)
274 Republican Party (News Clippings)
275 Smith, Placida, 1961 October (News Clippings)
276 Urquides, Maria, Undated (News Clippings)
277 Williams, Jack (Governor) (News Clippings)
278 Zazueta, Richard, Undated (News Clippings)
279 Assorted Titles (Newspaper)
2710 El Sol, 1956 (Newspaper)
2711 Democrat, 1963 (Newspaper)
2712 Prensa Hispana, 1994, 1999 (Newspaper)
Sub-Series F: Speeches, Statements, and Remarks
BoxFolder
281 Marin, Eugene A.: About American Culture, Undated
282 Marin, Eugene A.: Amended By-Laws, Undated
283 Marin, Eugene A.: The Arizona Hispanic Commission, 1981 January 28
284 Marin, Eugene A.: Board of Education: Committee on Bibliography of Materials for Understanding Minority Groups, 1968 September 30 (Position Paper)
285 Marin, Eugene A.: Cancionero Songbook 400, 1998
286 Marin, Eugene A.: A Challenge for Phoenix, 1969
287 Marin, Eugene A.: Children's Colony, 1967 May 15
288 Marin, Eugene A.: Christmas: Bits and Pieces, Undated
289 Marin, Eugene A.: A Concept Leading to a Feasibility Study for the Formation of a Community Development Corporation as an Approach to Resolving Some Social and Economic Problems for the Mexican-Americans, 1969 December 6
2810 Marin, Eugene A.: Concept Paper on the Formation of a Mutually Owned Corporation, Undated (Handwritten Notes, Photocopies, Addendum)
2811 Marin, Eugene A.: Critique of Doctoral Dissertation, 1971 April
2812 Marin, Eugene A.: Eulogy to Dr. Irma Wilson, 1974 December 27
2813 Marin, Eugene A.: Free-Trade Agreement Between the United States and Mexico, 1991 April 8
Testimony before the U.S. International Trade Commission at its hearing in Scottsdale, Arizona.
2814 Marin, Eugene A.: Hispanic Educational Perceptions and Strategies, 1980 May 22-24
2815 Marin, Eugene A.: The John Diaz Scholarship, 1977 June 11
A memorial read at the 24th Fiesta de Amigos Banquet.
2816 Marin, Eugene A.: The Mexican American in Arizona Politics, 1965 April (2 Bound Copies; 2 Photocopies)
BoxFolder
291 Marin, Eugene A.: The Mexican American Community and the Leadership of the Dominant Society in Arizona: A Study of Their Mutual Attitudes and Perceptions, Undated (Abstract of Dissertation)
292 Marin, Eugene A.: A More Effective Approach For Teaching Hispanics, 1980 May
293 Marin, Eugene A.: Observation and Participation, 1969 July 31
294 Marin, Eugene A.: Peace Gardens of the World Blueprint for Women, 1975 March 19
295 Marin, Eugene A.: Point and Counterpoint: Will Reagan be Re-Elected, Undated (Handwritten Notes)
296 Marin, Eugene A.: A Proposal to Form a Southwestern Accreditation Association for Elementary, Secondary School, Colleges, and Universities in Which a Significant Percentage of the School Population is of Spanish Language Heritage, 1969 May 22
297 Marin, Eugene A.: Reflections on the Bakke Case, 1977 October 11
298 Marin, Eugene A.: A Resolution, 1981 June 13
299 Marin, Eugene A.: Spanish-Speaking View, Undated
2910 Marin, Eugene A.: A Suggestion, 1965 November 16
2911 Marin, Eugene A.: Tenth Anniversary of the Firm Acosta, Cordova and Pittman, 1980 October 24
2912 Marin, Eugene A.: To the People of Iran, 1979 December 12
2913 Marin, Eugene A.: To the Senators and Representatives of Arizona's 39th Legislature, Undated
2914 Marin, Eugene A.: The Two Sides of Cultural Awareness, 1981 September 17
Address to employees of the Bureau of Land Management at the Hispanic Heritage Week Luncheon.
2915 Marin, Eugene A.: Why Bilingual Education for Hispanics, 1983
2916 Marin, Eugene A.: Various Titles and Unidentified, Undated
2917 Marin, Eugene A.: Cambio/Articles
BoxFolder
301 Acevedo, Roberto M.: Mexican-American Language, Undated
302 Anthony, Edward: Speech to the AASA Convention, 1981 February 14
303 Baida, Robert H.: HUD Programs in Transition, Undated
304 Beek, Joseph Allan: Making a Law, Undated (Excerpt from The California Legislature)
305 Berry, Mary F.: Desegregation and Education Concerns of the Hispanic Community, 1978 June 26
306 Berry, Mary F.: Fiscal Year Budget (Assistant Secretary for Education), 1978
307 Berry, Mary F.: Toward A Comprehensive Federal Education Policy (Federal Interagency Committee on Education), 1978 April
308 Blossom, Grace A.: The Case for Separate-from-the-Textbook Glossaries, Undated
309 Blossom, Grace A.: Report of Tolleson Union High School Reading Program 187201974, 1975 January 8
3010 Blossom, Grace A.: Teaching Reading in the Content Area, Undated
3011 Blossom, Grace A.: The Tolleson Story, Undated
Discusses the Tolleson Six School Reading Project.
3012 Boyer, Ernest L.: 1978 Convention of the American Vocational Association, 1978 December 2
Boyer was the U.S. Commissioner of Education.
3013 Boyer, Ernest L.: Excellence and Service, 1978 October 4
Part of the Jubilee Lecture Series, College of New Rochelle.
3014 Boyer, Ernest L.: Annual Meeting of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 1978 December 7
3015 Boyer, Ernest L.: National Association for Equal Opportunity Conference, 1978 November 5
3016 Boyer, Ernest L.: National Council of Teachers of English 1978 Convention, 1978 November 23
3017 Braden, Thomas: Testimonial Dinner for Dr. Miguel Montes, Undated
Braden was the Chairman of the State Board of Education.
3018 Bullock, Paul: Negro and Mexican American Experiences in the Labor Market in Los Angeles: A Comparison, 1966 March 17
Bullock was an Assistant Research Economist at Institute of Industrial Relations, UCLA.
3019 Burruel, Jose M. Ph.D.: Proposal for an Athletic Academic Improvement Program, Undated
3020 Cabrera, Y. Arturo: Schizophrenia in the Southwest: Mexican-Americans in Anglo-Land, Undated
Cabrera was associated with the San Jose State College School of Education.
3021 Cummings, James: Linguistic Interdependence and the Educational Development of Bilingual Children, 1979 Spring
Cummings was associated with the University of Alberta.
3022 Decker, John P.: Assorted Titles, 1971, 1980
3023 de los Santos, Alfredo G. Jr.: Mexican-American/Chicano Students in Institutions of Higher Education: Access, Attrition and Achievement, 1980 August
de los Santos was associated with the University of Texas at Austin.
BoxFolder
311 Echeveste, Samuel Padilla: Grover Canyon, Undated
312 Ehart, Elizabeth L.: The Role of States in Financial Aid, Undated
Ehart was associated with the U.S. Office of Education.
313 Esparza, Carlos F.: Gilberto Chavez, No Te Aguantas, 1977 July 22
314 Espinosa, Ruben W.: Financing the Education of Hispanics: Postsecondary Adult and Career/Vocational Education in 1979, 1980 January
315 Galarza, Ernesto: Proposal for The Southwest Council of La Raza, 1968 March ()
Other committee members: Gallegos, Barragan, Santiestevan, Valdez, Mercure.
316 Garcia, Eugene E.: Bilingualism in Early Childhood, 1980 May
317 Goldwater, Barry: Forward written for Life In Rhyme and Rhythm, 1987
See also Robles, Bob; Box 32, Folder 6.
318 Hemmings, Madeleine B.: Proposed Regulations on Nondiscrimination Under Programs Receiving Federal Financial Assistance Through the Dept. of Education, 1980 October 20
319 Huerta, C. Lawrence: Restoring Indian Independence, 1972 June 26-30
American Indian Seminar at Navajo Community College.
3110 Huerta, C. Lawrence: Remarks on American Indian Policy, Undated
3111 Hufstedler, Shirley M.: Remarks to the American Council on Education, 1980 October 9
Hufstedler was the Secretary of Education.
3112 Hustedler, Shirley M.: Statement, 1980 August 5
3113 Jeffrey, Ruby P.: Distribution of Indians, Negroes, and Spanish-Americans in Arizona (Craig, Carl E.), 1966 February
3114 MacCalla, Thomas A.: A Prospectus: International Student Forum for the 1976 Bicentennial, Undated
Other committee members: Knoll, Marin, Quinn, Faigan.
3115 MacCalla, Thomas A.: We The People ... A Program of Inquiry, Decision and Cooperative Action for Our Interdependent Future, 1974
3116 Madappatt, John: Good-Bye To All, Undated
3117 McDuffy, Patti: Neighbor, 1999 November 11 (Poem)
3118 Mitchem, Arnold L.: A Discussion of the Cost and Benefit Implications of the Trio Programs: Special Services for Disadvantaged Students, Talent Search and Upward Bound (Mid-America Association of Educational Opportunity), Undated
3119 Moreno, Felix: A Hearing of the Arizona Civil Rights Division Regarding Employment Discrimination at Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona), 1978 October 14
President, Image.
3120 Mulhollan, Paige E.: ASU Minority Students Proposal, 1980 April 23
Mulhollan was ASU's Provost.
3121 Murphy, Marilyn: Manpower Profiles The Mexican-American in Arizona, 1968 January 15
3122 Officer, James E.: Arizona's Hispanic Heritage, 1981 April (Preliminary Draft, Arizona Academy Town Hall Research Report)
Officer was associated with the Department of Anthropology at the University of Arizona.
3123 Padilla, Raymond V.: Bilingual Education and Public Policy in the U.S., 1979 April, June
Abstracts of the papers presented at the Interactive and Ethno Perspectives Forums.
3124 Padilla, Raymond V.: Theory in Bilingual Education, 1980 March, June
Abstracts of the papers presented at the Interactive and Ethno Perspectives Forums.
3125 Paz, Octavio: Mexico and the United States: Positions and Counter Positions, 1978 September 29 (3 Copies)
BoxFolder
321 Poczik, Robert: Bilingual Education for Adults: A State Perspective, Undated
322 Podlich, William F.: Ideas Whose Times Came and Went ... And Some Which May Be Coming, 1981 April 30
Podlich was a Professor of Education.
323 Rafferty, Max: The Forgotten Minority Is Rising, 1965 March 29
324 Ramirez, Henry M.: Opportunities For Spanish Speaking People, 1973 July 23
Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations.
325 Rausch, James S. (Bishop): United Farm Workers Convention (Fresno, California), 1977 August 26
326 Robles, Bob: Life In Rhyme and Rhythm, 1987
327 Robles, Bob: So What!, Undated
Other titles included: La Mujer Mexicana, La Mujer Cubana.
328 Rodriquez, Armando M.: Sacramento Human Relations Commission, 1966 June 22
329 Rodriquez, Armando M.: Why Higher Education?, 1966 June 10
Rodriquez was associated with the California State Department of Education.
3210 Roos, Peter D.: The Implications of the Bakke Decision on Affirmative Action Admissions and Related Programs, 1978 July 20
Roos was the Director of MALDEF.
3211 Salazar, Ruben: The Mexican-Americans Need a Much Better School System, 1970 August 31
3212 Santos, Richard G.: From the Inside Looking Around the Native Tejanos, 1979
Santos was associated with Randolph Air Force Base.
3213 Schon, Isabel: The Effects of Books in Spanish and Free Reading Time on Hispanic Students' Reading Abilities and Attitudes, Undated
3214 Schwada, John W.: Faculty Assembly, 1971 September 2
Schwada was President of Arizona State University
3215 Soto, John Anthony Ph.D.: Accountability in the Health and Social Work Fields: Education and Training, 1980 February 15
3216 Sweetland, Monroe: Field Hearing of the General Sub-Committee of the Committee on Education and Labor (U.S. House of Representatives; Los Angeles, CA), 1966 April 13
3217 Troike, Rudolph C.: Research Evidence for the Effectiveness of Bilingual Education, 1978 December (Bilingual Education Paper Series; Vol. 2, No. 5)
3218 Valenzuela, Edward: An Analysis of Hispanic Americans and Their Attempts to Obtain Equal Employment Opportunity in Government, 1977 February (Ph.D. Dissertation at the Union Grade School, San Francisco, CA)
3219 Valenzuela, Edward: An Analysis of Hispanic Presidential Appointments, 1978 August
3220 Valenzuela, Edward: Hispanic Position Paper on Federal Reorganization of Civil Rights Agencies, 1977 July
3221 Valdiviesco, Rafael: Testimony on the Confirmation of Judge Shirley Hufstedler as the Secretary of Education Presented to the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, 1979 November 27
Valdiviesco was associated with the Hispanic Higher Education Coalition.
3222 Vargas, Philip G. Ph.D.: Special Conditions Which Operate as Barriers to Equity for Hispanic Handicapped (Annual Meeting of the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped), 1981 May 7
3223 Vega, Maria Luisa: The Bilingual/Linguistic Problem within the Phoenix Union High School System, 1977 March 17
3224 Vega, Maria Luisa: The Bilingual Program at Phoenix Union High School to the School Board of Education, 1977 January 31
3225 Williams, Jack: Assorted Statements, 1968, 1970
Sub-Series G: Photographs
BoxFolder
331 Airesearch Manufacturing Co. Visit to ASU, 1974 July 16
332 American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 1988 September 27
333 American Christian Ministers' Conference, 1988 July 7
334 Armstrong, Anne, 1973
335 Brady, Brianna Therese: Graduation, 1999 May 20
336 Bush, George Herbert Walker (President) and Bush, Barbara with Troops, Undated
337 Marin, Eugene: Business and Industrial Race Relations Seminar, 1972 January 25
338 Marin, Eugene: The Education of Hispanics Conference, 1980 January 15-18
339 Marin, Eugene: El Dorado Bowl, 1960-1961
3310 Marin, Eugene: Golden Circle 50th Reunion Class of 1949, 1999 May 12-14
3311 Marin, Eugene: Graduation, Cap and Gown, Undated
3312 Marin, Eugene: Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Language Affairs (OBEMLA), 1982 October
3313 Marin, Eugene: Portrait, Undated
3314 Marin, Eugene: Portrait, Military, Undated
3315 Marin, Eugene: Reading LaVoz Newspaper, Undated
3316 Marin, Eugene: School Days (Teacher), 1955-1956
3317 Marin, Eugene: School Days (Teacher), 1957-1958
3318 Marin, Eugene: School Days (Teacher), 1958-1959
3319 Marin, Eugene: School Days (Teacher), 1959-1960
3320 Marin, Eugene: School Days (Teacher), Undated
3321 Marin, Eugene: Unidentified, Undated
3322 Marin, Eugene: Unidentified Group and Location, Undated
3323 National Defense Education Act (NDEA) Summer Institute for Teachers of English as a Second Language, 1964
3324 Ott, Ann: Principal of Robert Louis Stevenson School, Phoenix, AZ, Undated
3325 Profiles of Success, 1992 September 2
3326 Robert Louis Stevenson School, Phoenix, AZ: Class Pictures, 1956-1960
3327 Rudd, Eldon: Portrait, Undated (Signed)
3328 San Xavier Mission: Arizona, Undated
3329 Unidentified Aircraft, 1991 April 20
Gift from Beverly.
3330 Unidentified Photographs from Eloisa Segovia, Undated
3331 Unidentified Women, Undated
3332 Van Dyke, Vonda Kay (Miss Arizona), 1964
3333 Vesta Club, 1986 April 15
3334 Williams, Jack (Arizona Governor), Undated
Series VI: Other Materials
BoxFolder
341 Banner (Cloth): National Association for the Hispanic Elderly, Undated
342 Tassel: Golden Anniversary Class, 1999 May 14
343 Watercolor by Unknown Artist, Undated
344 Awards, Assorted
345 Award for Community Service, United Way of Tempe, 1974 (Arizona)
346 Presidential Achievement Award and Letter from Ronald Reagan, 1983 April 22
347 Birth Certificate, 1922 December 7, 1952 June 26
348 Certificate of Achievement, 1988 July 7
349 Certificate of Appointment, 1963, 1964, 1967
3410 Certificate of Appreciation, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1976, 1977
3411 Certificate of Appreciation, 1981, 1983-1985, 1989
3412 Certificate of Appreciation, 1990, 1991, 1997, 2002
3413 Certificate of Appreciation: Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (Bill Clinton), Undated
3414 Certificate of Award, Undated
3415 Certificate of Commendation: People For a Fair Legal System, Undated
3416 Certificate of Completion, 1973, 1982
3417 Certificate of First-Aid Training: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Christmas, Arizona, 1940
3418 Certificate of Merit, 1948 May 30
3419 Certificate of Recognition: The National Republican Congressional Committee, 1983
3420 Republican Presidential Task Force Certificate, 2000 February 14
3421 Minister of the Word in St. Gregory Parrish Commission, 1992, 1994
3422 Arizona State College at Tempe: Bachelor of Arts in Education With Distinction Diploma, 1949 May 24 (Removed from Binding)
3423 Arizona State College at Tempe: Master of Arts in Education Diploma, 19654 May 25 (Removed from Binding)
3424 Letter of Recognition from Margaret T. Hance, Mayor of Phoenix, 1981 November 24
BoxFolder
351 Membership in Assorted Organizations
352 Special Recognition from the Office of the Governor (Jane Dee Hull), 1999 November 1
353 Central Arizona Project (CAP), 1980 January (Map)
354 Bumper Sticker: Central Arizona Project, 1985
355 Bush, George Herbert Walker and Bush, Barbara: Official White House Portrait, Undated
356 Clinton, Bill (President), Undated
357 Hayden, Carl (Senator): Golden Anniversary Dinner and Memorial Brochure, 1961,1972
358 Hayden High School: Class Reunion 1937-1941, 1979 May 5-6
359 Kennedy, John F. (Senator): Flyer, Undated
3510 Name Tags, Cocktail Napkins, Ticket Stubs
3511 Paper Placemat: Lopez, Rosie and Pacheco, Manuel T., Undated
3512 Proclamation: Mexican Independence Day, 1968 September 16
3513 Reagan, Ronald and Reagan, Nancy, Undated
3514 Embossed, Shadow Unidentified Print on Matte Board, Undated
3515 Eugene Marin Bio, Vita, and Memorial Service, 1999, 2000, 2001
3516 Eugene Marin Personal Bibliography: NDEA Institute, Undated
3517 Our Lady of Guadalupe Church Bulletin, 1967 January 15
3518 Personal Qualifications Statement, 1979 February 1
3519 Profiles of Success, 1991
3520 State of Arizona vs. Edwin Showman, 1980 February 21
3521 State of California Standard Teaching Credential, 1965 July 15
3522 Technical Assistance Contract, 1972 January 17
3523 Translation Work, 1984, 1990
3524 UCLA Summer Residence Hall Contract, 1964 May 3
BoxFolder
361 Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Undated (Plaque)
362 Arizona State LULAC Man of the Year, 1986-1987 (Plaque)
363 Los Conquistadores: In Recognition of Outstanding Service and Leadership, 1992-1998 (Plaque)
364 Epsilon Sigma Alpha International, Alpha Chi Chapter: Lamp of Knowledge Award: Marie C. Marin, 1980 April (Plaque)
BoxFolder
371 Financial Aid Staff: In Appreciation for Your Efforts on Behalf of All of Us, 1977 June (Plaque)
372 League of United Latin-American Citizens (LULAC) Arizona District #1: Man of the Year, 1986 (Plaque)
373 Phoenix LULAC Council 284: In Appreciation for Your Devotion and Dedication, Undated (Plaque)
374 Vesta Club President: In Appreciation, 1954-1955 (Plaque)
Series VII: Oversized Materials
BoxFolder
38/OV31 Arizona Days and Ways: The Republic's Magazine: Arizona's Town Hall the Meeting at Castle Hot Springs, 1966 April 10
Eugene Marin on cover.
38/OV32 Community Service Award: League of United Latin American Citizens, 1998 February 21
BoxFolder
8/OV33 Certificate of Appreciation: Hayden High School District: Copper Belt School District, 1970 November 23
BoxFolder
38/OV34 Certificate of Appreciation: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Office of Education, 1980 February 6
38/OV35 Certificate of Completion: American Leadership Conference, Washington, D.C., 1986 August 21-24
38/OV36 United States International University, San Diego, CA: Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership and Human Behavior, 1973 June 10 (Original and Copy)
38/OV37 Membership on the Advisory Council on Spanish-Speaking Americans, 1971 August 5
Richard Nixon, President.
38/OV38 National Education Association of U.S., Washington, D.C., 1955 May
38/OV39 Cabinet Committee on Opportunity for the Spanish Speaking, 1971 October 14 (Photograph)
Richard Nixon, President.
38/OV310 Lowell Careers For Youth Annual Banquet, 1962 May 19 (Photograph)
38/OV311 Marin, Eugene and Finch, Bob, White House, Washington, D.C., 1971 September 17 (Photograph)
38/OV312 Bloodless Bullfight, Tucson Rodeo Grounds, Arizona, 1968 October 27
38/OV313 Central Arizona Project: Our Life Line is on Line, Undated (2 Posters)
38/OV314 March For Justice, Washington, D.C., 1996 October 12
38/OV315 Universidad Autonoma De Baja California: Summer in Mexico, 1975 July 14-August 22
38/OV316 National Hispanic Heritage Week Proclamation, 1974 September 10-16
Gerald R. Ford, President.
38/OV317 Scrapbook: Marin, Eugene A.: El Mejor Patron, 1968
Items removed and foldered separately.