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Chicano/a Research Collection Small Manuscripts 1891-2010 (Bulk 1970-2010)

MM CHSM 750-MM CHSM 921


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Arizona State University Libraries. Department of Archives and Special Collections
Title: Chicano/a Research Collection Small Manuscripts
Inclusive Dates: 1891-2010
Bulk Dates: 1970-2010
Quantity: 43 Boxes (21.5 Linear Feet)
Abstract:This guide describes all of the small manuscript collections held in ASC's Chicano/a Research Collection. These collections generally consist of 1-2 folders and document Mexican American history in Arizona from the late 19th century to the early 21st century. Manuscripts, personal papers, professional papers, and family history projects are included. All of these descriptions were originally entered into ASC's Special Materials Index between 1996 and 2014.
Identification: MM CHSM 750-MM CHSM 921
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!

Historical Note

The Chicano Studies Collection was established in 1970 in response to the academic needs of Chicano students and faculty in higher education. Its purpose was to obtain works by and about Mexican Americans, or Chicanos, in the United States, and to place those materials in a separate library collection.

In its early period of growth and development, the Chicano Studies Collection began as a circulating collection of books which would represent and reflect the current thought and philosophy of the so-called Chicano Movement. The Chicano Movement gave expression and voice to those writers, scholars, researchers, and educators who wanted recognition of Mexican American history, culture, language, tradition, heritage and ethnicity. As a result, the Chicano Studies Collection became a unique and growing collection of books, newspapers, periodicals, microforms, and ephemera with strengths in Chicano literature, 20th century Chicano history, bilingual education, immigration, civil rights movements, and Chicana-feminist expression.

In 1985, the Chicano Studies Collection became part of the newly-created Department of Archives and Manuscripts, which includes the Arizona Collection, the University Archives, the Benedict Visual Literacy Collection, and the Labriola National American Indian Data Center.


Scope and Content Note

This guide describes all of the small manuscript collections held in ASC's Chicano/a Research Collection. These collections generally consist of 1-2 folders and document Mexican American history in Arizona from the late 19th century to the early 21st century. Manuscripts, personal papers, professional papers, and family history projects are included. All of these descriptions were originally entered into ASC's Special Materials Index between 1996 and 2014.


Arrangement

Each record in this guide describes one collection, including the collection's call number (formatted as MM CHSM:[#]), title, and inclusive dates. This information is followed by name and subject headings indicating the collection's subject(s), associated name(s), publisher(s), and author(s). Because these headings were originally assigned and formatted inconsistently, these terms have been standardized using Library of Congress subject and name headings, which can be searched at http://authorities.loc.gov/.

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

Arizona State University does not own copyright to this collection. Distinctive Collections recognizes that it is incumbent upon the researcher to procure permission to publish information from this collection from the owner of the copyright.


Access Terms

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Arizona.
Mexican Americans -- History.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Chicano/a Research Collection Small Manuscripts, [Call Number]. Arizona State University Library: Chicano Research Collection.


Container List

750 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Silvestre Herrera Jr. High School Class Photograph and Herrera Lincoln School Class Photograph, 1982-1986 (Original Class Photographs)
Subject(s)
Public schools -- Arizona
Education, Elementary

751 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Grant School 8th Grade Graduation Class Photographs, 1971-1977 (Original Class Photographs)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

752 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Photographs of Wilson Elementary School Class, 1939-1941 (Original Class Photographs)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

753 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Directory of the Phoenix Elementary School, District #1, 1970-1981 (Original Directories)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

754 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Gilbert Cruz Community Service Certificates, 1972-1986 (Original Certificates)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

755 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Grant School: Miscellaneous Pamphlets, 1972-1977 (Original Pamphlets)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

756 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Grant Elementary School Faculty & Class Photographs, 1971-1972 (Original Photographs)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

757 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Grant Elementary School: Faculty and Staff and Grades 1-7, 1963 (Original Photographs)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

758 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Grant Elementary School: Faculty and Staff and Grades K-8, 1969-1970 (Original Photographs)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

Occupation(s)
Teachers -- Arizona

759 Gilbert Cruz Collection: Grant Elementary School: Faculty and Staff, Grades 2-8, and Special Education, 1968-1969 (Original Photographs)
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

Occupation(s)
Teachers -- Arizona

760 Gilbert Cruz Collection: School Plaques and School Trophies from Various Schools
Subject(s)
Education, Elementary
Public schools -- Arizona

Occupation(s)
Teachers -- Arizona

761 Send Them All Back: Race and the Mexican Repatriation of the 1930s, 2006 December 7
Personal Name(s)
Alflen, Louise M. (Louise Marie Fifelski), 1929- (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Mexico

Subject(s)
Repatriation

762 Social Creativity and Perspective Taking: The Beneficial Consequences of Token Status, Undated
Personal Name(s)
Ulloa, Emilio C. (Emilio Cuahutli) (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University. Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Creative ability
Social skills

763 The Politics of Preservation: Mexican Immigration in Guadalupe, Arizona, Undated
Personal Name(s)
Franco, Marisa (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University. Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Guadalupe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Arizona -- Emigration and immigration

764 Examining the DREAM Act through the Eyes of Undocumented Hispanic College Students, 2006
Personal Name(s)
Cuellar, Delis (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University. Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Bills, Legislative
Illegal aliens
Residency requirements
Educational law and legislation

765 Teaching a Shared American Literary Heritage: Chicana and Chicano Literature in the Secondary Classroom, 2006 April 26
Personal Name(s)
Schuer, Anna (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University. Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
American literature -- Mexican American authors
American literature -- Study and teaching

766 Elias and Rosaura Castillo Family, 2006 October 23
Personal Name(s)
Butler, Carolina Castillo, 1934- (Author)
Castillo, Victoria L. (Maria Nicolasa Victoria Lopez), 1887-1985
Lopez, Ysidora R. (Ysidora Ruiz), 1870-1951
Lopez, Francisco, 1844-1943
Castillo, Felipe, 1859-1922
Castillo, Innocenta, 1866-1948
Castillo, Sebastian, 1892-1950
Castillo, Elias L., 1911-2001
Castillo, Rosaura F. (Rosaura Fimbres Molina), 1910-1993
Salazar, Frances Castillo, 1930-1968
Castillo, Fred M. (Federico M.), 1938-2006
Molina, Francisca Fimbres, 1881-1946
Ballestros de Fimbres, Beatriz, 1871-1972

Subject(s)
Castillo family
Mexican Americans -- Genealogy

767 Auto/Historia: Acts of Translation by a Beige Feminista, 2001
Personal Name(s)
Lausch, Rebecca Joyce Zamora (Author)
Moraga, Cherríe
Anzaldú, Gloria
Castillo, Ana

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University. Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Mexican American women

Genre Form(s)
American literature -- Mexican American authors

768 Migrant Education Handbook: Bridging the Educational Goals of the Teacher And the Parent of the Migrant Mexicano, Chicano, and Latino Student, 2004 April
Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Societies, etc.
Education
Mexican Americans -- Health and hygiene
Migrant labor

769 Bernal Family History, 2002 November
Personal Name(s)
Bernal, Andrew (Andrew Paul), 1943- (Author)
Bernal, Ramon, 1876-1949
Bernal, Clara S. Granillo, 1882-1997
Sotelo, Ygnacio, 1757-1816
Talamante, Ignacio, 1910-1993
Talamante, Rosenda Bernal, 1913-2011

Corporate Name(s)
Gilbert Historical Society (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Segregation in education -- Arizona -- Gilbert

770 The Chicano Experience in Arizona, Part I, 1750s-1912, 1984 February 15
Extracted from The Chicano Experience in Arizona by Gus Chavez and Christine Marín, 1982. Produced as part of the Southwest Studies Project.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Chavez, Gustavo A. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Race relations -- Arizona
Southwest, New -- History

Subject(s)
Labor unions

771 The Chicano Experience in Arizona, Part II, 1930-1950s, 1984 February 28
Extracted from The Chicano Experience in Arizona by Gus Chavez and Christine Marín, 1982.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Chavez, Gustavo A. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Race relations -- Arizona
Southwest, New -- History

Subject(s)
Labor unions

772 Salt of the Earth vs. Phelps Dodge Strike of 1983, 1992 April 29
Personal Name(s)
McFarland, Louis Eugene, 1969- (Author)

Subject(s)
Labor unions
Phelps Dodge Corporation Strike, Morenci, Ariz., 1983-
Strikes and lockouts -- Copper mining -- Arizona

773 The Salt of the Earth Strike and the Phelps Dodge Strike of 1983, 1992 April 29
Personal Name(s)
Aurich, Susan Curtis, 1944- (Author)

Subject(s)
Labor unions
Phelps Dodge Corporation Strike, Morenci, Ariz., 1983-
Strikes and lockouts -- Copper mining -- Arizona

774 Rosie Miranda Andrade Papers (Photocopies)
Personal Name(s)
Andrade, Rosie Miranda, 1937-2011

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Women softball players -- Arizona

775 Rosie Miranda Andrade Papers, 1955-2000 (Photocopies)
Personal Name(s)
Andrade, Rosie Miranda, 1937-2011
Siggelkow, Helen Andrade, 1962-

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Women softball players -- Arizona

776 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Victor Borboa, 2003 July 9
Personal Name(s)
Borboa, Victor (Victor Manuel), 1937- (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

777 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Mick Garcia, 2003 June 25
Personal Name(s)
Garcia, Mick (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

778 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Vern Gomez, 2003 July 18
Personal Name(s)
Gomez, Vern (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

779 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Janet Gutierrez, 2003 September 6
Personal Name(s)
Gutierrez, Janet (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

780 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: John Lutich, 2003 August 4
Personal Name(s)
Lutich, John C., 1922-2007 (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

781 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Rodolfo Miranda, 2003 July 15
Personal Name(s)
Miranda, Rodolfo F., 1936- (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

782 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Enrique Ramirez, 2003 July 25
Personal Name(s)
Ramirez, Enrique O., 1932- (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

783 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Mary Ramirez, 2003 August 6
Personal Name(s)
Ramirez, Mary C., 1938- (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

784 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Stephen Ross, 2003 August 12
Personal Name(s)
Ross, Stephen (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

785 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Art Swanson, 2003 August 8
Personal Name(s)
Swanson, Art (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

786 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Betty Thomas, 2003 July 24
Personal Name(s)
Thomas, Betty (Elizabeth K.), 1930- (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

787 Mammoth Miners Memorial Oral History Project: Llyod Thomas, 2003 July 3
Personal Name(s)
Thomas, Lloyd A., 1927- (Interviewee)
Ross, Renée (Interviewer)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

788 Mammoth Miners Memorial History Project Record: Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge (Folder 1)
Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

789 Mammoth Miners Memorial History Project Record, Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge (Folder 2)
Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

790 Mammoth Miners Memorial History Project Record, Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge (Folder 3)
Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

791 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Robert Adams
Personal Name(s)
Adams, Robert D., 1954- (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

792 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Ray Blonigan
Personal Name(s)
Blonigan, Ray (Raymond Nicholas), 1930-2012 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

793 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Philip Castro
Personal Name(s)
Castro, Philip (Philip Mannelly), 1925-2015 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

794 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Vin Coxon
Personal Name(s)
Coxon, Vin (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

795 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Brian David
Personal Name(s)
David, Brian (Brian Ernest), 1931-2006 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

796 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Murrell Derrick
Personal Name(s)
Derrick, Murrell, 1926-2012 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

797 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Richard Evans
Personal Name(s)
Evans, Richard (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

798 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Jack Gorham
Personal Name(s)
Gorham, Jack (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

799 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Bob Hamill
Personal Name(s)
Hamill, Bob (Robert Lee), 1935-2008 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

800 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Mario Marion Pina
Personal Name(s)
Pina, Mario Marion, 1965-

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

801 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Michael Thorson
Personal Name(s)
Thorson, Michael (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

802 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: John Traynor
Personal Name(s)
Traynor, John

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

803 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Brian David (Tapes 1-2)
Personal Name(s)
David, Brian (Brian Ernest), 1931-2006 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

804 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Philip Castro (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Castro, Philip (Philip Mannelly), 1925-2015 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

805 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Ray Blonigan (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Blonigan, Ray (Raymond Nicholas), 1930-2012 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

806 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Vin Coxon (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Coxon, Vin (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

807 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Murrell Derrick (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Derrick, Murrell, 1926-2012 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

808 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Robert Adams (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Adams, Robert D., 1954- (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

809 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Bob Hamill (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Hamill, Bob (Robert Lee), 1935-2008 (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

810 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Jack Gorham (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Gorham, Jack (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

811 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Richard Evans (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Evans, Richard (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

812 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: John Traynor (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Traynor, John (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

813 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Mike Thorson (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Thorson, Michael (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

814 Voices from a Mammoth Copper Ledge: Mario Pina (Tape 1)
Personal Name(s)
Pina, Mario Marion, 1965- (Author)

Subject(s)
Copper miners -- Arizona -- Mammoth

816 Rebecca Elena Perez Kline Papers: Family Tree (Original Copy)
Family tree in a Notebook.
Personal Name(s)
Kline, Rebecca (Rebecca Elena Perez), 1948-

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Genealogy
Mexican American families

817 Rebecca Elena Perez Kline Papers: Personal Notes and Diary (Original Copies)
Personal Name(s)
Kline, Rebecca (Rebecca Elena Perez), 1948- -- Diaries

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Correspondence

818 Rebecca Elena Perez Kline Papers: Poems
Personal Name(s)
Kline, Rebecca (Rebecca Elena Perez), 1948-

Subject(s)
Mexican American women

Genre Form(s)
Poetry

819 Rebecca Elena Perez Kline Papers: Personal Notes (Original Copies)
Personal Name(s)
Kline, Rebecca (Rebecca Elena Perez), 1948-

Subject(s)
Mexican American women

820 Rebecca Elena Perez Kline Papers: Newspaper Article, Mexican-American Activism's Long Tradition, 2000 February 29
Personal Name(s)
Kline, Rebecca (Rebecca Elena Perez), 1948-

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights

Genre Form(s)
Newspapers

821 Ariztlan Papers
Subject(s)
Art -- Arizona
Indians of North America

822 Cynthia Orozco Papers: Constitution of the League of United Latin-American Citizens (LULAC), 1929
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

823 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC Ritual, 1929
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

824 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1932 February (Vol. 1, No. 7)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

825 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1937 February (Vol. 4, No. 4)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

826 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1946 December (Vol. 13, No. 6)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

827 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1947 July (Vol. 14, No. 1)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

828 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1947 August (Vol. 14, No. 2)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

829 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1954 July (Vol. 22, No. 1)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

830 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1954 December (Vol. 22, No. 6)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

831 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1955 March (Vol. 22, No. 9)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

832 Cynthia Orozco Papers: LULAC News, 1955 May (Vol. 22, No. 11)
Personal Name(s)
Orozco, Cynthia

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

833 XII Annual Conference of the National Association of Chicano Studies, 1982
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University (Author)
National Association of Chicano Studies (Author)

Subject(s)
Minorities -- Study and teaching

834 Ray "Wilo" Caldera and Ray-Sonora, Arizona Tigers: A Baseball Story, 2002
The Ray-Sonora Tigers are legends in the Baseball history of mining towns and within the state of Arizona.
Personal Name(s)
Caldera, Susana Campos (Author)
Caldera, Raymond Pena, 1922-2003
Orosco, Oscar (Oscar Murrieta), 1928-2000

Geographic Name(s)
Ray (Ariz.)
Sonora (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Baseball

835 Letter to PBS: Reaction to PBS Special The War, 2007
Mendoza recalls his military service in Vietnam and the events in his life that led to his enlistment in 1967. Mendoza was sent to Vietnam, where he served with the U.S. Army in Cu Chi in 1968-1969. His letter to PBS documentarian Ken Burns was sent in protest to Burns' ignoring the contributions of Mexican American Vietnam and World War II veterans in his popular 2007 PBS documentary The War. Other Mexican American Vietnam and World War II veterans agree with Mendoza and their comments about Burns appear in this manuscript.
Personal Name(s)
Mendoza, Jose (Author)
Burns, Ken, 1953-

Subject(s)
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Veterans
Military service, Voluntary

836 The History of Glendale, Arizona Relevant to 20th Century Chicano/Chicana, 1997
The Chicano/a heritage of Glendale is one rooted in indigenous history, agriculture, and immigration. The Hispanic population is growing rapidly in Glendale and the contributions of Mexican Americans to the history of Glendale cannot be overlooked. Oral history interviews with some residents are included with this manuscript.
Personal Name(s)
Maiers, Candice (Candice Marie Gray) (Author)
Chavez, Antonio
Silva, Maria de los Angeles Gonzales, 1921-
Gonzales, Virginia, 1948-
Felix, Maria Martinez, 1911-1999
Anaya, Leonor Jimenez Lopez, 1911-1992
Gonzales, Beatriz Jimenez Lopez, 1930-2001
Garcia, Tranquilino, 1906-1998

Geographic Name(s)
Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950
Glendale (Ariz.)

837 Black Berets por la Justicia, 1960-
Personal Name(s)
Candelaria, Sal (Anselmo Nazario), 1943-2012

Geographic Name(s)
California -- History

Subject(s)
Protest movements -- California
Chicano movement

838 Ray Martinez Collection, 1946-
Ray Martinez and other Mexican-American veterans of American Legion Post 41 of Phoenix fought poverty, racism and discrimination in their South Phoenix community.
Personal Name(s)
Martinez, Ray, 1918-2003
Fuentes, Frank, 1909-1982

Subject(s)
World War, 1939-1945

839 Tony L. Gallego Collection, 1912-
Gallego Elementary School, Sunnyside School District #12, Tucson, Arizona was named in honor of two brothers who donated the land and incorporated the district in 1921-1922.
Personal Name(s)
Gallego, Tony L., 1939- (Author)
Gallego, Ignacio Estrella, 1848-1927
Gallego, Ygnacio Herrera, 1908-1968
Reed, Mary E., ca. 1867-
Gallego, Francisco Macias, 1876-1958
Gallego, Ygnacio Macias, 1880-1971
Gallego, Alberto H., 1909-1995

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

840/OV1 Liga Protectora Latina: Central Suprema, Phoenix, Arizona, 1916
Document in fragile condition. La Liga Protectora was founded in 1915 in Phoenix.
See also the document as a photograph as MP CM-73
Personal Name(s)
Garcia, Belen B.
Garcia, Carlos B.
Celaya, A. A. (Antonio A.), 1866-1936
Melendez, J. M. (Jesus Maria), 1864-1939
Lopez, Trinidad
Garcia de la Lama, Pedro, 1853-1945
Gallardo, Delores Soto, 1871-1954
Barrios, Juan

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights

841 Craycroft Addition, Pima County, 1947: Amendment to Restrictions, 1947
Deed states that Mexicans cannot buy property, lease, or live in the Craycroft Addition
Personal Name(s)
Roberts, Gladys I. (Gladys Isabell Towner), 1903-1993
Roberts, F. Fred (Frank Fred), 1897-1970

Geographic Name(s)
Pima County (Ariz.)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Segregation

842 Raising the Curtain: A Study of Latino Theatre in Phoenix, 1880-1980, 2008 April 25
Paper Presented at the Arizona Historical Society Conference in Chandler.
Personal Name(s)
Bonn, Patricia A. (Patricia Ann Houston), 1947- (Author)

Subject(s)
Theater -- Arizona -- Phoenix

843 An Invitation to Research: Hispanics (Latinos) in the American West, 2006
A portfolio that highlights the Chicano Research Collection at the Hayden Library. Presented at the Western History Association Conference at St. Louis, Missouri.
Personal Name(s)
Salazar, Theresa

Corporate Name(s)
Bancroft Library (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archival materials -- Southwest (New)

844 Between Mendez and Brown: Gonzales versus Sheely (1951) and the Legal Campaign against Segregation, 2008
Scholars trace the legal arguments in the Gonzalez v Sheely school segregation case through the Mendez v Westminster and Delgado v Bastrop Cases.
Personal Name(s)
Powers, Jeanne M. (Author)
Patton, Lirio (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
American Bar Foundation (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tolleson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Segregation in education -- Arizona
Mexican Americans -- Social conditions

845 Biographical Data: George I. Sanchez, 1963
Personal Name(s)
Sánchez, George Isidore, 1906-1972 (Author)

Subject(s)
Education

846 Cross Ethnic Political Mobilization and Yaqui Identity Formation in Guadalupe, Arizona, 1997
Urbanization and the political mobilization of Chicanos in Guadalupe, Arizona in the 1960s changed ethnic relations with Anglos.
Personal Name(s)
Meeks, Eric V. (Author)
Molina, Jimmy, 1943-
Salazar-Trujillo, Octavania, 1953-
Garcia, Lauro (Lauro Hernandez), 1932-2008
Ross, Fred W. (Frederick William), 1910-1992
Quijada, Benito M., 1920-1980
Tavena, Juan (Juan Espinoza), 1912-1998

Geographic Name(s)
Guadalupe (Ariz.) -- History

Subject(s)
Yaqui Indians

847 Jose Chavez Magdaleno, 1923
Alien registration, head tax receipts, and World War II-era documents reflect the life of Jose C. Magdaleno
Personal Name(s)
Magdaleno, Jose Chavez, 1922-2004
Magdaleno, Maria Chavez, 1905-1995
Magdaleno, Josefina Aguilar

Geographic Name(s)
Claypool (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexicans

848 Resurgent Mexican Phoenix
Published in vol. 98, no. 2 of the Geographical Review.
Personal Name(s)
Oberle, Alex P. (Author)
Arreola, Daniel D. (Daniel David), 1950- (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.) -- History

849 The Mexicanas of the Tempe Normal School: A Look at the Cultural and Educational Foundation of Tempe, 1855 to 1936, 2008 September 18
A presentation for Hispanic Heritage Month, Tempe Public Library.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Miller, Maria Sotelo, 1853-1937
Priest, Mariana Gonzales, 1850-1937
Martin, Lourdes Gonzales Priest, 1888-1977
Wellington, Marina Gonzales Prist, 1883-1979
Jones, Arcadia Montoya, 1846-1923
Munoz, Sophia Sigala, 1906-1966

Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women

Occupation(s)
Teachers

850 From Romita to Roma and Back, 2007
An overview of the life of Gilbert Orrantia.
Personal Name(s)
Ochoa, Ralph (Author)
Orrantia, Gilbert Duran, 1917-2012
Orrantia, Sally Mendoza, 1927-1996
Orrantia, Epigmenia Duran, 1886-1966

Geographic Name(s)
Clifton (Ariz.)
Centerville (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Education

851 Mexican Litchfield Park: A Forgotten Colonia of the Salt River Valley, 2008
Mexicans were critical to the success of cotton farming in Litchfield Park but encountered racism in their community.
Personal Name(s)
Arreola, Daniel D. (Daniel David), 1950- (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Litchfield Park (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Segregation in education -- Arizona
Cotton -- Arizona

852 Dr. Christine Marín: Archivist/Historian, 2009
Marín explains the origins of her work as an historian and as an archivist at Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe, Arizona. Her history begins with her father's World War II letters and her mother's childhood toy, a magnet given to her by her mother in 1926.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Marín, Lupe Trujillo, 1921-2006
Marín, Eulalia Renteria, 1921-2006
Rentería, Natalia Gonzales, ca. 1895-1926

Geographic Name(s)
Globe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women

853 A Directory of Businesses Owned by Mexicans and in Phoenix, Arizona as Cited in the Newspaper El Mensajero, 1933-1945
Subject(s)
Minority business enterprises -- Arizona -- Phoenix

854 Community in Transition: South Phoenix and Annexation, 1950-1960, 2001
South Phoenix serves as an example of a rural suburb facing annexation, an image of a area of barrios and ghettos facing promise of development.
Personal Name(s)
Amis, Fred (Lynn Frederick) (Author)

Subject(s)
Gardens, Japanese -- Arizona -- Phoenix
African Americans -- Arizona -- Phoenix

855 A Mexican American Ballad Surfaces in Montana: El Campo 47, 2004
This corrido describes Ramón García's murder of Fermín Baquero, a railroad section laborer in Tucson, in 1921.
Personal Name(s)
Beltramo, Anthony (Anthony Fred), 1940-
Briceño, Vincente, 1917-2008
Briceño, Severo (Severo Trujillo), 1919-2004
Briceño, José, 1881-1972
Baquero, Fermín, d. 1921

Corporate Name(s)
Montana Association of Language Teachers (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Corridos

856 Alma de la Raza: History of the Comision Honorifica and the Cruz Azul Mexicano, 1923
(Text in Spanish)
Organizations enabled Mexican nationals to return to Mexico during the Great Depression.
Personal Name(s)
Franco, Jesus (Author)

Subject(s)
Great Depression
Deportation
Mexicans

857 Mexican War Workers in the United States, 1945
Mexican nationals are recruited to work in agricultural and railroad programs due to the shortage of labor in the United States in World War II.
Personal Name(s)
Jones, Robert C., 1902- (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Pan American Union (Publisher)

Subject(s)
World War, 1939-1945
Foreign workers, Mexican -- United States

858 Pachucos in the Making: A Preliminary Study of How their Attitudes were Formed, 1974
Segregation, racism and economic exploitation of Mexicans were responsible for what became a zoot-suit culture.
Personal Name(s)
Kohn, Roy E. (Roy Elbert), 1950-2001 (Author)

Subject(s)
Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif, 1943

859 Arizona Women of Note: Historical Background of One, Mary Ramos, Virgin Mary, 1973
The entrepreneurship of a Mexican American in the early history of Prescott, Arizona
Personal Name(s)
Stinson, Mary Lee (Mary Lee Murphy) (Author)
Ramos, Mary (Mary Kuykendall Decrow), 1819-1876
Brown, Compton

Geographic Name(s)
Prescott (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women

860 Paradise Found? Opportunity For Mexican, Irish, Italian & Chinese Born Individuals in Jerome Mining District, 1890-1910, 1992
Copper mining in the West offered opportunities for immigrants to find work in Jerome, where they could find some degree of economic advancement.
Personal Name(s)
Prichard, Nancy Lee (Author)
Clark, William Andrews, 1839-1925

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans
Copper mines and mining -- Arizona -- Jerome
Mines and mineral resources
Arizona -- History -- To 1912

861 Courting Success and Realizing the American Dream: Arizona's Mighty Miami High School Championship Basketball Team, 1951, 2009
The children of Mexican American miners living in Miami, Arizona compete for the state High School Basketball Championship in 1951.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Kivisto, Ernest (Ernest Toivo), 1921-2003
Gutierrez, Tony, 1930-
Regalado, Tony (Antonio Deleon), 1930-2005
Moreno, Rudy (Rudolph), 1933-2012
Lobato, Alfred L., 1932-
Huerta, Elias Delgadillo, 1932-
Acevedo, Lupe Apodaca, 1932-1993
Trujillo, Fito (Adolpho), 1932-
Jacott, Hector Mario, 1932-2000
Lazovich, Eli (Eli Sam), 1933-2003

Subject(s)
Basketball
Schools

862 Prologue: The Perils & Possibilities of Quarterbacking While Mexican: A Brief Introduction to the Participation of Latino/a Athletes in US Sports History, 2009
Sports both build community and challenge the idea that Mexican-Americans are inferior athletes.
Personal Name(s)
Iber, Jorge, 1961- (Author)
Sanchez, Mark

Subject(s)
Mexican American athletes
Football

863 Epilogue: From Quarterbacking While Mexican to New Horizons in Sport History, 2009
Personal Name(s)
Iber, Jorge, 1961- (Author)
Sanchez, Mark

Subject(s)
Mexican American athletes
Football

864 Voces: La Revista del Noroeste, 1949
A Spanish-language periodical about the history and culture of Mexican Americans in Phoenix, Arizona in 1949.
Personal Name(s)
Lewis, Anita, 1923-1985
Ainsa de Hernandez, Filomena, 1908-1999
Cota, Molly (Manuela), 1926-
Salcido, Abraham C., 1910-1983
Robles Medina, Enrique (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Social life and customs
Minorities
Mexican Americans -- Societies, etc.

865 Memoirs of Esau P. Muñoz. Stories of Faith & Love, From the Beginnings of Evangelism in Northern Mexico, 1951
Esau Muñoz descends from the Mexican Perez family on his mother's side and from Spanish refugees fleeing the persecution of the Jews by the Holy Inquisition on his father's side.
Personal Name(s)
Muñoz, Esau Perez, 1884-1967 (Author)
Muñoz Molinar, Quirino, 1842-1903
Perez de Muñoz, Macedonia, 1853-1911
Muñoz, Febronia (Febronia Calderon Florian), 1885-1970

Geographic Name(s)
Mexico

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Social life and customs

Genre Form(s)
American literature -- Mexican American authors

866 Sonora, Arizona: When I Was a Child, 2009
Lyrics to the song "Sonora" (based on the tune "Paradise") honor El Club Sonorense and the people of Sonora, Arizona.
Personal Name(s)
Mahan, Don M. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Sonora (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Popular music -- United States

867 Florilegio Filial: Honor a la Madre, Undated
An anthology of poems, songs, and prayers to honor all mothers. Translated from English to Spanish by Esau Perez Muñoz.
Personal Name(s)
Muñoz, Esau Perez (Author)
Muñoz, Febronia (Febronia Calderon Florian), 1885-1970

Geographic Name(s)
Sonora (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Social life and customs
Mother's Day

868 Drawings of Cesar Chavez By Children From Lowell Elementary School, 1990
Drawings by Mexican-American children from Lowell Elementary School in Phoenix, Arizona. Donated by their teacher, Martha Hipolito Lupercio.
Personal Name(s)
Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993

Genre Form(s)
Children's drawings

869 The Sotomayor Family in Gilbert, Arizona, 1999
A short narrative about the Sotomayor family and their immigration experience from Mexico to Gilbert, Arizona in 1919.
Personal Name(s)
Sotomayor, Mike (Mike Angel), 1918-2012 (Author)
Sotomayor, Jesus Y., 1876-1959
Robles de Sotomayor, Maclovia, 1878-1961
Escandon, Trinidad Sotomayor, 1911-1971
Sotomayor, Virginia (Georginia Virginia), 1915-1999
Sotomayor, Spinny (Espiridion), 1913-1992

Geographic Name(s)
Gilbert (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Social life and customs
Arizona -- Emigration and immigration

870 The Case of the Hernandez Brothers, 2006 July
A brutal, senseless murder occurs in Casa Grande, Arizona in 1933. Two young Mexican-American boys are arrested, tried, and die side by side in the gas chamber at the Arizona State Prison in Florence in 1934.
Personal Name(s)
Faux, Pat (Patricia Ruth Steinko), 1936-2013 (Author)
Hernandez, Manuel, 1915-1934
Hernandez, Fred, 1914-1934
Washburn, Charles P., d. 1933
Truman, William C. (William Charles), 1905-1965
Reed, Charles H. (Charles Huston), 1906-1963
Richardson, H. G. (Howard Gray), 1885-1944

Corporate Name(s)
Casa Grande Valley Historical Society (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Casa Grande (Ariz.)
Florence (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Murder -- Arizona -- Casa Grande
Trials (Murder) -- Arizona
Crime
Capital punishment -- Arizona -- Florence

871 Korea and Mexicanos: The Invisible Minority in a Forgotten War, 2009 October 2
Panel presentation delivered at the U.S. Latino & Latina WWII Oral History Project, 10th anniversary dinner and Korean and Vietnam War-era symposium held at the University of Texas, Austin.
Personal Name(s)
Vélez-Ibañez, Carlos G., 1936- (Author)
Suarez, Gene (Eugene), 1931-
Romero, Gilberto Vasquez, 1929-
Fisher, Jimmie (William James), 1927-2012

Geographic Name(s)
United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1953
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Veterans

872 Power, Profit and Pollution: The Persistence of Environmental Injustice in a Company Town, 2009
In 1999, Mexican American residents in Hayden, Arizona filed a lawsuit against the American Smelting and Refining Company (ASARCO) citing high cancer rates and deaths due to arsenic poisioning, sulfuric acids, and lead pollution in their community. In 2009, residents still await environmental justice, cleanup and a resolution to that lawsuit.
Personal Name(s)
Sicotte, Diane, 1960- (Author)
Amparano, Betty J.
Corona, Jill
Brittle, Steve
Shanker, Howard

Geographic Name(s)
Hayden (Ariz.)
Winkelman (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Carcinogens
Air -- Pollution
Smelting -- Health aspects

873 Nuturing Tradition, Fostering Change: Patriotism, Community Service and the Women's Auxiliary of American Legion Tony F. Soza/Ray Martinez Post 41, 2009
The Women's Auxiliary was formed in Phoenix in 1948. Since then, they have kept traditions alive, yet fomented the changes needed to better lives through community service and activism. They fought against the racism, discrimination, & school segregation of their children in Phoenix. They remain active today. This is their tribute.
Personal Name(s)
Sanderson, Charles H. (Author)
Vildosola, Louise Perez, 1917-2014
Soza, Ofelia Ramirez, 1921-1995
Soza, Amelia Ramirez, 1915-2012
Martinez, Minnie Rangel, 1918-
Chavez, Antia Lewis, 1923-1985

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
World War, 1939-1945

874 The Making of a Coach: the Al Muñoz Story, 2009
A brother's tribute to the athleticism and coaching success of one of Miami High School's top athletes.
Personal Name(s)
Muñoz, Sammy (Samuel Bonilla), 1935- (Author)
Muñoz, Al (Alfonso Bonilla), 1926-2007
Bonilla de Muñoz, Guadalupe, 1903-1988
Prichard, Red (Loyd Carlisle), 1927-1997

Geographic Name(s)
Miami (Ariz.)
Phoenix (Ariz.)
Glendale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Football

875 Juan Vaca, Spanish Conquistador: One of the Earliest Soldiers in the Military History of Arizona, 2009
Juan Vaca was a cavalryman for Francisco Vasquez de Coronado when he entered eastern Arizona in 1540.
Personal Name(s)
Mahan, Don M. (Author)
de Baca, Juan
Baca, Cristobal, ca. 1567-
Mahan, Carol Jean Doneff
Coronado, Francisco Vásquez de, 1510-1554

Geographic Name(s)
Southwest, New -- History -- To 1848

876 Crystal City 1969. An Essay for the Dallas Examiner, 2009 December 3
The Cara Mia Theatre Company presents its original play Crystal City 1969 at the Latino Cultural Center. The play commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Chicano student walkout in Crystal City, Texas.
Personal Name(s)
Alonzo, Sylvana Avila, 1963- (Author)
Treviño, Mario, 1953-
Lozano, David V., 1966-
Treviño, Raul
Gutiérrez, José Angel
Aguilera, Diana Serna, ca. 1954-
Lara, Severita, 1952-

Subject(s)
Chicano movement
Student movements -- Texas -- Crystal City

877 The Citizenship Sacrifice: Mexican Americans, the Saunders-Leonard Report, and the Politics of Immigration, 1951-1952, 2009
In the mid-twentieth century, Mexican Americans adopted restrictionism in pursuit of U.S. civil equality and economic justice. This essay examines the controversy of this position as illustrated by the response to an academic study of undocumented labor in the early 1950s. Note page 304: the sign We Serve Whites Only: No Spanish or Mexicans. Mexican American claims to Whiteness were futile.
Personal Name(s)
Blanton, Carlos Kevin, 1970- (Author)
Saunders, Lyle, 1907-
Leonard, Olen E. (Olen Earl), 1909-
Garcia, Hector P., 1914-1996
Sánchez, George Isidore, 1906-1972
Canales, J. T. (José Tomás), 1877-1976

Geographic Name(s)
Mexican-American Border Region
Texas -- History

Subject(s)
Arizona -- Emigration and immigration
Illegal aliens
Arizona -- Emigration and immigration
Foreign workers, Mexican -- United States

878 Enforcing Neutrality: the Tenth U.S. Cavalry On the Mexican Border, 1913-1919, 2009
The Mexican Revolution caused chaos along the U.S.-Mexico Border, forcing the U.S. to send the army to the region in order to enforce neutrality laws. The experiences of the Tenth U.S. Cavalry demonstrate the difficulties the army faced.
Personal Name(s)
Work, David (Author)
Bliss, Tasker Howard, 1853-1930
Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948
Villa, Pancho, 1878-1923
Brown, W. C. (William Carey), 1854-1939

Geographic Name(s)
Mexican-American Border Region

Subject(s)
African American soldiers -- History -- 19th century

879 Adolfo Quezada Montiel, Sr. Papers, 1955-1977
Quezada served as a Mexican Vice-Counsel in Arizona, Missouri, and California during the periods of 1957 to 1964. While in Washington, D.C., he taught Spanish to Senator Barry Goldwater and his staff and later taught at Pima Community College in Tucson. His collection consists of his own literary writings, poetry, and his personal memoirs. Included in his collection are his original Vice-Counsel certificates.
Personal Name(s)
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998
Queszada Montiel, Adolfo, 1900-

Occupation(s)
Authors, Mexican -- 20th century
Poets, Mexican -- 20th century

880 Francisca Hinojos Franco: Famiy History Interview, 1993
The social life and history of a woman who encounters personal, family difficulties and hardships but overcomes them.
Personal Name(s)
Franco, Virginia Montoya, 1952- (Author)
Franco, Virginia Montoya, 1952-
Franco, Francisca Hinojos, 1914-
Hinojos, Simon Rascon, 1884-1950
Montez, Maria Ramirez, 1894-1972
Hinojos, Carmen Rascon, d. 1927

Geographic Name(s)
Morenci (Ariz.)
Metcalf (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mines and mineral resources
Minority business enterprises -- Arizona

881 Virgie Franco: Family, Work and Education, 1994
Short interview of Virgie Franco, a woman whose life and family were greatly impacted by the Clifton-Morenci strike of 1984.
Personal Name(s)
Hartman, Lara (Author)
Franco, Virginia Montoya, 1952-
Franco, Gilbert H., 1944-

Geographic Name(s)
Clifton (Ariz.)
Morenci (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Phelps Dodge Corporation Strike, Morenci, Ariz., 1983-
Mexican American women
Sexism

882 My Paternal Grandmother, Margaret Arroyos, 1993
Written for the course WST-394, La Chicana.
Personal Name(s)
Arroyos, Joanne, 1968- (Author)
Arroyos, Margaret Ruiz, 1919-1997
Webb, Claire (Claire Noelke), 1880-1954
Arroyos, Lorenzo L., 1924-2013

Geographic Name(s)
Safford (Ariz.)
Superior (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Social life and customs
Mormons

882.1 My Mother, Mary Lou Arroyos, 1993
Personal Name(s)
Arroyos, Joanne, 1968- (Author)
Arroyos, Mary Lou Lopez, 1947-
Lopez, Hortencia Apodaca, 1926-1993

Geographic Name(s)
Superior (Ariz.)
Sonora (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Social life and customs
Segregation in education -- Arizona

882.2 My Paternal Grandmother, Hortencia Lopez, 1993
Personal Name(s)
Arroyos, Joanne, 1968- (Author)
Lopez, Hortencia Apodaca, 1926-1993
Apodaca, Jesus Corral, 1891-1961
Apodaca, Fortunato Quiroz, 1891-1956

Geographic Name(s)
Miami (Ariz.)
Sonora (Ariz.)
Superior (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Social life and customs

883 Biography of Rebecca Muñoz Gutierrez, 2000
Veronica Castillo provides a good historical perspective of her family and their contributions to the history of in Tempe, Phoenix, and in Arizona. She is especially proud of her aunt, Rebecca Muñoz Gutierrez and her uncle, Rosalio Muñoz, and their roles as student activists and educators in the period of the 1930s and early 1940s and their work with the Mexican American student organization at Arizona State Teachers College, Los Conquistdores.
Personal Name(s)
Castillo, Veronica (Author)
Muñoz, Esau Perez, 1884-1967
Muñoz, Rosalio (Rosalio Florian), 1913-2004
Gutierrez, Felix J. (Felix Joachim), 1918-1955
Gutierrez, Rebecca Muñoz (Rebecca Florian Muñoz), 1916-2000

Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
College students
Education
Mexican American women

884 Pachuquismo: A Revolt of Mexican American Youth, 1971
The author asserts that the origins of the pachuco began in El Paso, Texas.
Personal Name(s)
Kohn, Roy E. (Roy Elbert), 1950-2001 (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
El Paso (Tex.)

Subject(s)
Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif, 1943
Mexican American teenagers -- Ethnic identity
Police brutality
World War, 1939-1945

885 Sonny Peña and Pachucos in Tolleson, Arizona, 1974
Sonny Peña recalls his experiences as a pachuco in Tolleson, Arizona and describes the dress and style of the period of the era of the pachuco.
Personal Name(s)
Peña, Sonny (Wilfred Joseph), 1932- (Author)
Kohn, Roy E. (Roy Elbert), 1950-2001
Marín, Christine

Geographic Name(s)
Tolleson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif, 1943
Police brutality
World War, 1939-1945

886 Zoot Suit Riots: Los Angeles, 1943, 1972
Personal Name(s)
Hernandez, David

Subject(s)
Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif, 1943
Mexican American teenagers -- Ethnic identity
Police brutality
World War, 1939-1945

887 Pachucos In the Making: A Critique by Christine Marín, 1974
Marín provides a critque of Kohn's History seminar paper on the Zoot Suit Riots and makes suggestions on how Kohn can improve upon his research.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Kohn, Roy E. (Roy Elbert), 1950-2001

Subject(s)
Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif, 1943
Mexican American teenagers -- Ethnic identity
Police brutality
World War, 1939-1945

888 The Pachuco, 1971
Personal Name(s)
Kohn, Roy E. (Roy Elbert), 1950-2001 (Author)

Subject(s)
Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif, 1943
Police brutality
Mexican American teenagers -- Ethnic identity
World War, 1939-1945

889 Family History on Jovita Arellano de Villegas, 1992
Personal Name(s)
Villegas, Irene (Author)
Arellano Cortez de Villegas, Jovita, 1918-1998
Cortez, Alejo, 1845-1908
Correa, Benina, ca. 1847-1907
Arellano, Petronilo, ca. 1875-ca. 1921

Geographic Name(s)
Gila Bend (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920
Mexican American women -- Social life and customs
Mexican American families

890 Chicana Feminism as Seen Through the Works of Selected Chicana Writers: An Essay and a Selected Partially Annotated Biblography, 1991
The author examines the writing of Chicana feminist and lesbian Gloria Anzaldúa.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Anzaldúa, Gloria

Subject(s)
Mexican American women authors
Feminism
Lesbians
Sexism

891 Labor Unions and Strike Activity Among Chicana Workers: Observations in Chicana Historiography, 1988
The author examines the theme of gender within the context of a Chicana labor history. Chicanas look to unions to create change in their wages and in their work place.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Arroyo, Laura E.
Duron, Clementina

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Chicano movement -- History

892 El Segundo de Febrero: the Mexicana/Chicana Legacy of Tucson, 2003
Mexican American women have greatly influenced the history of Tucson, Arizona. In her presentation, Christine Marin pays tribute to five of them. Their work and lives personify the role of women in our state's history.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
O'Leary, Anna Ochoa
Rubio-Goldsmith, Raquel
Chavez, Nelba
Castillo, Lupe
Urquides, Maria (Maria Luisa Legarra), 1908-1994

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.) -- History
Clifton (Ariz.)
Morenci (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights
Feminism
Education
Labor unions

893 Keynote Address: 9th Annual Hispanic Student Convocation, Phoenix College, 1995 April 21
Students are encouraged to seek opportunities for higher education and to use their education, skills and talents to improve their communties.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights
Labor unions
Mexican American women -- Arizona -- Phoenix

894 Chicana Issues. Keynote Address. Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education (AACHE) Conference, 1991 November 15
Chicanas continue to struggle to overcome sexism, gender discrimination, sexual harassment, wage inequities, lack of respect, and no recognition for their hard work.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights
Feminism
Education
Mexican American women -- Health and hygiene

895 Hispanic Women and Civil Rights, 1992
An essay published in the book Living the Dream in Arizona: the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1992; Arizona State University).
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Bataille, Gretchen M., 1944-
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Arizona
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights

896 An Oral History of a Mexican Immigrant, 1976
The story of a 75-year-old woman from Superior, Arizona reveals a life of hardship, struggle, work and sacrifice to raise her family during the period of the late 1930s and 1940s.
Personal Name(s)
Montiel, Miguel, 1942 April 10- (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Superior (Ariz.) -- History
Jerome (Ariz.) -- History

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Mines and mineral resources
World War, 1939-1945
Mexican American women
Education

897 Cecilia D. Esquer: An Auto-Biographical Sketch, 1972
When Cecilia Esquer asked her Superior High school counselor for help in applying to Arizona State University in 1960, the counselor suggested that Cecilia was not college material because she is a Mexican American. Using rich material gathered in oral history interviews with family members and her parents, Cecilia's story is one of racism, discrimination, school segregation, struggle, and overcoming numerous challenges to become an attorney, educator, and a determined woman of unmeasurable success. This autobiography was prepared in 1972 for a course taught by Professor Manuel P. Servín at Arizona State University called The Mexican American Experience. ***NOTE: MOST INTERVIEWS ARE IN SPANISH. NO TRANSLATIONS.
Personal Name(s)
Esquer, Cecilia Teyechea Denogean de, 1942- (Author)
Teyechea, Maria (Maria Jesus Reel), 1894-1999
Corona, Consuelo
Denogean, Bertina T. (Bertina Chavez Teyechea), 1918-1985
Denogean, Ramon R. (Ramon Reel), 1913-2008
Denogean, Manuela Reel, 1892-1987
Machado, Manuel J., 1911-1991
Rivera, Marina Zepeda

Geographic Name(s)
Superior (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women
Mexican Americans -- Social conditions
Education -- Arizona -- Tempe
Education -- Arizona -- Guadaupe
Mines and mineral resources
Labor unions
Yaqui Indians

898 Augustine Chacon, 1982 (Draft)
The so-called notorious Chacon has been the subject of many early Arizona and Mexican stories. Augustine Chacon's story of crime is mixed with folklore and mystery and the criminal element that captured the attention of Arizona's early writers.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Marín, Christine
Chacon, Augustine, 1861-1902
Mossman, Burt (Burton Charles), 1867-1956
Rouse, Owen T. (Owen Thomas), 1843-1919

Geographic Name(s)
Solomonville (Ariz.)
San Jose (Ariz.)
Clifton (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Folklore
Criminals

899 The Scholar and the Reformer: Manuel P. Servin and Carey McWilliams, 1979
A manuscipt prepared for Prof. Chris Smith's class, HIS 513: American Historiograpy in 1979. Christine Marín explains that Servín and McWilliams apply their own individual regional interpretations in order to explain the historical and cultural development of the California-Arizona-Sonoran regions. As social historians, Servín and McWilliams have contributed to Mexican American history in the Southwest. Servín exposes the Spanish heritage and myth of the Spanish-Speaking of the Southwest. McWilliams exposes the dangers of racism against Mexicans and in the Southwest.
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
McWilliams, Carey, 1905-1980
Servín, Manuel P., 1920-
Olson, Culbert L. (Culbert Levy), 1876-1962

Geographic Name(s)
Southwest, New -- History
Mexican-American Border Region

Subject(s)
Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif, 1943
Agricultural laborers -- California

900 Braceros ... All On Board!, 2009
A preliminary look at Mexican railroad workers in Arizona and other parts of the United States.
Subject(s)
Railroad construction workers
Foreign workers, Mexican -- United States
World War, 1939-1945

901 Christine Natalie Marin: One of Thousands in the Struggle, 2010
A historical biography of the life and work of Dr. Christine Marín, Archivist and Historian at Arizona State University Library in Tempe. Marin's legacy is the Chicano Research Collection and archives at the Hayden Library, from 1970 to 2010.
Personal Name(s)
Palomares, Ruben Lucio, 1963- (Author)
Marín, Christine
Servín, Manuel P., 1920-
Axford, H. William

Geographic Name(s)
Globe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Chicano movement
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights -- Arizona

902 Service, Employment, Redevelopment (SER). Jobs For Progress, Inc. 1973, 1973
SER, Jobs for Progress, Inc., is a national private non-profit organization founded in 1964 to provide education, job skills training, literacy, and employment to the economically disadvantaged. SER's ultimate goal is to place individuals into productive employment. It is governed by a volunary Board of Directors from the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the American G.I. Forum.
Subject(s)
Education
Occupational training -- Arizona

903 The Chicano Research Collection: a Legacy and Continuation of the Chicana/o Movement, 2010
The Chicano Research Collection, housed in the Department of Archives and Special Collections at the Hayden Library at Arizona State University in Tempe is a tool that advances the Chicano/a community and legitimizes the Chicano/a experience. This archival repository is an extension of the Chicano/a Movement of the Civil Rights era of the 1970s.
Personal Name(s)
Palomares, Ruben Lucio, 1963- (Author)
Marín, Christine
Servín, Manuel P., 1920-
Axford, H. William

Subject(s)
Chicano movement
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights
Mexican American women

904 El Paisano: Para el Campesino, 1968
Photocopies of bilingual (English-Spanish) issues of El Paisano for the year 1968. The newspaper became the voice of the Mexican American, or Chicano, farm worker in Maricopa County and voiced their concerns over poor wages, inadequate working conditions, poverty, racism and discrimination, civil rights, labor unions, and the Chicano movement.
Personal Name(s)
Gutiérrez, Gustavo (Gustavo C.), 1932-
Gutierrez, Raquel (Raquel Consuelo Ruiz), 1934-2013
Huey, Mel
Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968

Corporate Name(s)
United Farm Workers Organizing Committee of Arizona (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Tolleson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Education

905 Silvis, Illinois -- Hero Street, USA, 1968-1977 (2 Folders)
Some years ago, 2nd Street, Silvis, Illinois was just a dirt road nestled in this community. Thanks to the work of Joe Terronez, in 1969, 2nd Street was renamed Hero Street, USA. It has developed into one of the finest veterans' memorial park in the country. The street, or 2nd street, or Second Street, contributed more men, for its area of size, to military service in two wars (World War II and Korea) than any other place of comparable size in the United States. Since the beginning of World War II, there have been eighty (80) sons of twenty-two (22) Mexican-American families on Hero Street sent to war. All received the Purple Heart for bravery, with eight (8) dying in the line of duty. They will forever be remembered on Hero Street, USA, in Silvis, Illinos.
Personal Name(s)
Pompa, Tony, 1924-1944
Soliz, Claro, 1921-1945
Gomez, Joseph G., 1931-2014
Muños, Johnny, 1928-1951
Sandoval, Joseph H., 1919-1945
Masias, Peter P., 1924-1945
Sandoval, William, 1923-1944
Sandoval, Frank, 1919-1944
Terronez, Joseph, 1929-

Geographic Name(s)
Silvis (Ill.) -- History

Subject(s)
Korean War, 1950-1953
World War, 1939-1945
Purple Heart

Occupation(s)
Soldiers -- Illinois -- Silvis

906 Interview With State Senator Alfredo Gutierrez, 1981 APril 9
Gutierrez talks about the formation of the Arizona State University student organization known as the Mexican American Student Organization (MASO) during the Chicano movementon the Arizona State University campus.
Personal Name(s)
Diaz, Rosemary Truman (Author)
Gutierrez, Alfredo, 1945-

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights
Chicano movement

907 Interview with Maria Julia Rivera, 1998 November 21
A Mexican-American woman, born in 1940, recalls her family's journey from Chihuahua, Mexico to El Paso, Texas and then on to Harrington, Kansas and Miami, Arizona. She worked as a seamstress, fruit picker, and became a cosmetologist. The interview was conducted by Mark Rivera.
Personal Name(s)
Rivera, Mark Anthony, 1969- (Author)
Rivera, Maria Julia Rodriguez, 1940-
Rodriguez, Juan Miguel
Rodriguez, Maria Elena Cruz

Geographic Name(s)
Miami (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American women -- Social life and customs
Sexism

908 Ignacio Fontes Ruiz, 2009
In the 1940s, a Tolleson police officer deliberately murdered Ignacio Fontes Ruiz in a tragic case of mistaken identity. Police brutality against Mexican Americans was a common practice in Tolleson, according to the author.
Personal Name(s)
Peña, Sonny (Wilfred Joseph), 1932- (Author)
Ruiz, Ignacio Fontes, ca. 1891-1943
Rivera, Antonia (Antonia Ruiz), 1927-2013

Subject(s)
Police brutality -- Arizona -- Tolleson
Police -- Arizona -- Tolleson

909 Tijerina and the Land, 1971
The history of the land grant movement and its charismatic leader, Reies Lopez Tijerina, in Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico.
Personal Name(s)
Hall, Phil (Author)
Tijerina, Reies

Geographic Name(s)
Terra Amarilla (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Land grants -- New Mexico
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights
Chicano movement

910 A Study of the New Mexico Land Grants & the Tijerina Movement, 1970
A look and history of the land grant movement in New Mexico and its fiery, charasmatic leader, Reies Lopez Tijerina.
Personal Name(s)
Casaus, Louis E. (Author)
Tijerina, Reies
Sanchez, Alfonso, 1928-

Geographic Name(s)
Terra Amarilla (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Land grants -- New Mexico
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights
Chicano movement

911 History of Veronica Ann Marie Romero, 1995
A 12-year old participant in ASU's Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program writes an account of her family's History. In 1862, the Juan Baca family founded the area now called Springerville, Arizona.
Personal Name(s)
Romero, Veronica Ann Marie, 1980- (Author)
Baca, Juan Trujillo, 1841-1952
Baca, Damacia C., 1861-1904
Peña, Patricia Baca, 1890-1986
Peña, Amado, 1890-1966
Jaramillo, Ernest Garcia, 1933-
Jaramillo, Mary Peña, 1935-
Jaramillo, Erasmo, 1909-1982
Jaramillo, Avaloi Maria Garcia, 1915-2006
Romero, Adella Ann Jaramillo, 1961-
Romero, Steve A., 1956-

Geographic Name(s)
Springerville (Ariz.)
Saint Johns (Ariz.)
Phoenix (Ariz.)
Round Valley (Apache County, Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican American families
Basques -- Arizona

912 Raquel Marie Esparza, 1995
A 15-year-old participant in ASU's Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program writes an account of her family history. She explains how her family settled in La Victoria, or Victory Acres, in Tempe in 1945 and discusses the racism and discrimination faced by Mexican Americans in the Mesa schools and community. She recalls a family story of Half a Blanket, a metaphor for death.
Personal Name(s)
Esparza, Raquel Marie, 1980- (Author)
Avila, Isabelle Cortez, 1923-1993
Avila, Zacarias Perez, 1921-1988
Cortez, Pablo Gutierrez, 1882-1957
Cortez, Mercedes Jaramillo, 1894-1986

Subject(s)
Schools -- Arizona -- Mesa
Mexican Americans -- Social conditions
Mexican American families

913 Ernesto Escobedo Interviews Christine Marín, 1996
As part of his dissertation, Esobedo interviews Christine Marín. Marín recounts her own family history in Globe, Arizona. The series of interviews with Marín reveals a history in Globe, Arizona, with Marín's story full of examples of cultural diversity, racism, labor unionism, political activism, and education.
Personal Name(s)
Escobedo, Ernesto (Author)
Marín, Christine
Axford, H. William
Servín, Manuel P., 1920-
Marín, Lupe Trujillo, 1921-2006
Marín, Eulalia Renteria, 1921-2006

Geographic Name(s)
Globe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Social conditions
Sexism

914 Arizona Latina Trailblazers: Alicia Otilia Quesada and Anna Marie Ochoa O'Leary, 2010 April 26
Acceptance speeches by Alicia Otilia Quesada and Anna Marie Ochoa O'Leary at their recognition as Arizona Latina Trailblazers.
Personal Name(s)
Quesada, Alicia Ocampo, 1923-
O'Leary, Anna Ochoa

Subject(s)
Mexican American women

915 Chicano Liberation: Resolution of the October League's Third Congress, 1975
A Marxist-Leninist perspective of the Chicano movement published in Class Struggle: a Journal of Communist Thought (No. 2, 1975 Summer).
Subject(s)
Chicano movement
Mexican Americans -- Civil rights

916 Valedictorian Speech Given By Jerry Talamante. Gilbert High School Graduation, 1960 May 26
Andy and Delia Bernal presented this speech to the Gilbert Historical Society on May 29, 2010. Jerry Talamante is a descendent of the family of Ramon and Clara Granillo Bernal, as is Andy Bernal. In his speech, Talamante calls for an end to segregation and discrimination against minorities and envisions a world without prejudice and hypocrisy.
Personal Name(s)
Talamante, Jerry, 1942- (Author)
Bernal, Ramon, 1876-1949
Bernal, Clara S. Granillo, 1882-1997
Sotelo, Ygnacio, 1757-1816
Talamante, Ignacio, 1910-1993
Talamante, Rosenda Bernal, 1913-2011

Geographic Name(s)
Gilbert (Ariz.) -- History

Subject(s)
Education
Schools
Graduation (School)

917 Our Sotelo Roots, 1985
The Tiburcio and Manuela Sotelo family arrived in Tempe, Arizona in 1871. Their descendants helped Tempe thrive and develop, as told in this family history.
Personal Name(s)
Canchola, Esther Margaret Olivas Carrillo, 1934- (Author)
Miller, Maria Sotelo, 1853-1937
Miller, Winchester, 1835-1893
Sotelo, Isidro Antonio, ca. 1725-
Sotelo, Tiburcio, 1810-1871
Sotelo, Manuela Sanchez, 1820-1902
Sotelo, Ygnacio, 1757-1816
Hayden, Charles Trumbull, 1825-1900
Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Arizona -- Tempe

918 The History of the Holy Cross of Globe/La Santa Cruz de Globe and Its Listing into the National Register of Historic Places.
The Holy Cross of Globe was placed into the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. Since 1936, the cross, which is 18 feet tall and eight feet wide, has stood on a hiltop in Ruiz Canyon and served as an historic example of Mexican, Mexican American, and Catholic influences in Globe. Also included are National Register of Historic Places registration forms.
Photographs of the Holy Cross of Globe can be found in the Christine Marin Photograph Collection (MP CM–113: 1-12).
Personal Name(s)
Marín, Christine (Author)
Salas, Rosalio Tovar, 1886-1969
Ruiz, Epimenia Canos, 1853-1937
Ruiz, Ignacio, 1845-
Salas, Cruz, 1936-

Geographic Name(s)
Globe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic sites -- Arizona -- Globe
Catholics -- Arizona -- Globe

919 Speech Delivered at the Mustang Library, 2005
Burruel provides a broad view of the lives of Mexican Americans in Scottsdale in the period of the 1920s to the 1960s.
Personal Name(s)
Burruel, Jose Maria, 1925- (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Social life and customs
Schools

920 Autobiography of Jose Maria Burruel, 2005
Burruel was born in Phoenix in 1925, but was raised in Scottsdale. His general account highlights his educational career.
Personal Name(s)
Burruel, Jose Maria, 1925- (Author)
Burruel Beccera, Jose Maria, 1898-1924
Valenzuela Verdugo de Burruel, Carmen, 1901-1986

Geographic Name(s)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Social life and customs
Schools

921 The History of Mexicanos in Scottsdale, Arizona, 2005
Burruel provides a lengthy and historical perspective of the contributions of Mexicans and Mexican Americans to the development of Scottsdale, Arizona, sometimes called Escatel by the Mexicanos. His narrative discusses the lives of pioneer Mexican families and a way of life that no longer exists. Modernity in Scottsdale brought the destruction of the homes and businesses of these Mexican families. Little has been written on this topic. Information was gathered through oral history interviews with families and their descendents and unpublished histories written by those families. No footnotes are provided in Burruel's manuscript.
Personal Name(s)
Burruel, Jose Maria, 1925- (Author)
Yutze, John, 1875-1949
Yutze, Josefa Acevedo Serrano, 1877-1971
Leyva, Jesus, 1891-1981
Herrera, Bernabe A., 1882-1952
Dominguez, Miguel, 1894-1980
Demerbiex, John, 1905-1994
Corral, Tomas C., 1906-1950
Torres de Contreras, Emma, 1913-2008
Valenzuela Verdugo de Burruel, Carmen, 1901-1986
Noriega, Gerbacio Salazar, 1895-1998

Geographic Name(s)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans -- Social life and customs
Schools
Mexican American women