Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Hispanic-American Institute records, 1943-1976



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hispanic-American Institute
Title: Hispanic-American Institute records
Dates: 1943-1976 and undated (bulk 1964-1976)
Abstract The Hispanic American Institute (HAI), located on the campus of the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, was founded in 1965 by agencies of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S. and the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. to serve Hispanic Americans in the United States and Latin America through ecumenical advocacy, education, programing, and administration. Dr. Jorge Lara-Braud (1931-2008) and Rev. Rubén P. Armendáriz served as the HAI’s first and second directors, respectively, until the Institute ceased operation in May 1976. The records of the HAI document the formation, administration, and daily operations of the Institute and are largely textual including minutes, memoranda, agenda, financial and legal material, correspondence, clippings, notes, reports, publications, printed material, and a small number of photographs and maps.
Identification: 1996-079
Extent: 20.016 linear feet of manuscript material and a quarter inch of photographic material.
Language: Materials are in English and Spanish.
Repository: Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Administrative History

The Hispanic American Institute (HAI), a non-profit institution located on the campus of the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (APTS), was founded in 1965 under joint sponsorship of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S. and the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., to provide ecumenical advocacy for the advancement of Hispanic Americans in the United States and Latin America through education, programing, administration, and the promotion of supporting denominations of relevant bilingual and bicultural ministries.

Planning for an institute to recruit and train leaders for Hispanic American churches and to serve as an interpreter to the church world of Hispanics in the United States began in 1964. In May 1964, a committee comprised of representatives from the U.S. and U.S.A. denominations including: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary President David L. Stitt, Austin Seminary professors John F. Jansen, Jorge Lara-Braud, and Henry W. Quinius, Jr.; as well as representatives from the U.S. Synod of Texas; the U.S. Board of World Missions; the U.S. Board of Church Extension; the Presbyterian Pan American School; the Board of National Missions; the Commission on Ecumenical Missions and Relations; and the U.S.A. Synod of Texas presented a proposal to the Austin Seminary Board of Trustees calling for the initiation of a program of Hispanic studies in Austin, Texas. Austin was selected as the location of this institute because of the city’s academic resources, including the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest, The University of Texas at Austin, andthe Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection (formerly the Latin American Collection), and for Austin’s “rich cultural and ethnic mix” (Lara-Braud, “The Hispanic American Institute: A Retrospective,” 28).

On March 19, 1965 leaders of these eight Presbyterian agencies agreed upon eight objectives for the HAI. The Institute was conceived as an ecumenical agency for research, interpretation, and mission, using secular and religious resources to serve Hispanic Americans in the United States and Latin America. Dr. Jorge Lara-Braud (1931-2008) was selected as the HAI’s first director and Dr. John A. Mackay (1889-1983), former president of Princeton Theological Seminary, was named senior consultant. The Board of Trustees functioned as the policy-making body for the Institute, while the staff carried out the daily operations to achieve these established priorities.

Dr. Lara-Braud, born in Mexico, graduated from Presbyterian Pan American School, Austin College, and received his Bachelor of Divinity (B.D.) degree from Austin Seminary in 1959. At age 31 Lara-Braud briefly served as dean and professor of systematic theology of the National Presbyterian Church in Mexico City, Mexico’s largest Presbyterian seminary. In 1964, Lara-Braud was tried for heresy by the Presbytery of Mexico City, but was found not guilty. Lara-Braud returned to the United States, pursued his doctoral studies at Princeton Seminary (1962), and, at the time he assumed directorship of the HAI in 1965, was a visiting professor of missions at Austin Seminary.

With the assistance of secretary Angelina Guerrero, Dr. Lara-Braud comprised the entire staff of the HAI until 1968 when Benjamín Canales, a Mexican American lawyer from Houston, became the Associate Director. Lara-Braud and Canales focused the Institute’s efforts “in the areas of interpretation of Mexican American concerns to the Anglo-dominated church structures, of ecumenical bridge building, and of direct involvement in the rush of events which affected the Mexican American community in the 1960’s” (Brackenridge and Garía-Treto, “A History of Presbyterians and Mexican Americans in the Southwest,” 204). By 1968 the HAI had secured ecumenical support with additional sponsors including: United Methodists, Disciples of Christ, Episcopalians, Lutherans (the Missouri Synod, the Lutheran Church in America, and the American Lutheran Church), and Roman Catholics (the National Association of Hispanic Priests, or P.A.D.R.E.S.).

In July 1972, Dr. Lara-Braud and Mr. Canales resigned from their respective positions and in 1973 Rev. Rubén P. Armendáriz was appointed as the Institute’s second director. Rev. Armendáriz served is the U.S. Navy until 1954 and received his B.D. from Austin Seminary in 1961. Before his election as director of the HAI, Rev. Armendáriz was the Priest-in-Charge at St. Martins Episcopal Church and a staff member of Presbytery Del Salvador, both in Corpus Christi. Armendáriz, a well-known Chicano movement activist, also served as the last moderator of the Synod of Texas PCUS before the organization joined the Synod of Red River. During his directorship, Armendáriz was appointed as adjunct faculty of Hispanic ministries at APTS. After serving as director for three years, in March 1976 Armendáriz resigned and submitted a statement to the Board of Trustees recommending the dissolution of the Institute. His declaration cited the HAI’s success in fulfilling many of the agencies objectives, in addition to a lack of adequate funding and staff.

In May 1976 the HAI formally closed.

Sources:

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. “Austin Seminary Honors Two Alumni for Distinguished Service.” Last modified February 8, 2012. Accessed March 24, 2015. http://www.austinseminary.edu/cf_news/view.cfm?newsid=417.

Brackenridge, R. Douglas and Francisco O. García-Treto. “A History of Presbyterians and Mexican Americans in the Southwest.” Iglesia Presbiteriana (1987): 203-224.

Lara-Braud, Jorge. “The Hispanic American Institute: A Retrospective.” The Presbyterian Historical Society of the Southwest (March 1996): 26-31.


Scope and Content Note

The records of the Hispanic American Institute (1943-1976; 20.016 linear feet) document the formation, administration, and daily operations of the Institute including the activities of the Board of Trustees, the HAI’s directors and associate director, and numerous Christian religious organizations involved in sponsoring or supporting the activities of the HAI from the mid-1960s through the mid-1970s. Materials are largely textual including minutes, memoranda, agenda, financial and legal material, correspondence, clippings, notes, reports, publications, printed material, and a small number of photographs and maps. The collection also documents the work of Director Jorge Lara-Braud to edit and publish the book, Our Claim on the Future: A Controversial Collection from Latin America, (Friendship Press, 1970).

The records are arranged into six series, reflecting the original filing system of the Institute unless explicitly indicated. The HAI maintained files in alphabetical order by subject, surname, corporate name, and geographic location within general categories. A chronological arrangement of the items within file folders was recreated during processing, with all undated material placed at the end of a folder. All series, sub series, and folder titles reflect the original naming convention used by the HAI, unless otherwise indicated by brackets.

The first series, Administrative files (1959-1976 and undated), is comprised of materials that relate to the running of the Institute including minutes, memoranda, and agenda of HAI boards and committees; financial and legal records; correspondence related to the function of the HAI such as its formation, the search for a second director, and its dissolution; reference inquiries and information requests; and correspondence, reports, printed material, photographs, and clippings on topics such as education, employment, publicity, and religious organizations. Also of note in this series is the bibliographic guide, Protestantism in Latin America: A Bibliographic Guide, (Hispanic American Institute, 1967) complied by John H. Sinclair.

The second series, Individual name files (1963-1976 and undated), contains correspondence between individuals and the HAI.

The third series, General files (1943-1976 and undated), contains correspondence, clippings, reports, addresses, a small number of photographs, and printed material related to international and national religious organizations, planning committees, and government task forces. Other topics include: politics and government; secular and religious education and scholarships; Hispanic American leadership; building ecumenical support, such as Lara-Braud’s world tour in 1968; and civil, economic, social, and racial issues facing Hispanic Americans in the United States, with a particular emphasis on the Southwest and Texas.

Series four, Subject files (1961-1974 and undated), is made up of correspondence, clippings, reports, printed material, and a small number of maps. Topics in this series relate to geographic locations; civil, economic, social, and racial issues including migrant labor rights, employment opportunities, discrimination, welfare, sexuality, and population; and U.S./Latin American relations.

The fifth series, Our Claim on the Future: A Controversial Collection from Latin America, (1967-1970 and undated) was separated from series one, Administrative files, to form a discrete series. It is arranged into three sub series: Correspondence (1967-1970 and undated), Manuscript drafts (1969 and undated), and Contributors (1967-1969 and undated). The first sub series is comprised mostly of correspondence between Jorge Lara-Braud and his publisher, Friendship Press; the second sub series is separated into two folders, one complete manuscript proof and a folder of various chapters with handwritten changes and additions, including one chapter which was not published; and the third sub series is organized alphabetically by contributor surname, and includes correspondence and chapter drafts.

The sixth series, Reference binders (1964-1975 and undated), is separated into nine sub series. Some of the content of this series duplicates material in other series, particularly series one, Administrative files. This duplicate material (minutes, memoranda, agenda, reports, financial statements, correspondence etc.) was retained to reflect the nature of the HAI’s filing system. Each sub series represents an individual binder and were named to reflect the HAI’s original binder label, unless indicated by brackets. The sub series are as follows: [Speeches and addresses] (1966-1975 and undated); Old articles (1966-1969 and undated); By-laws (1970); HAI minutes, Sept 1966-[May] 1973 (1966-1973); HAI board meeting (Trustees) [and correspondence] (1973-1976 and undated); Memoranda (of communications and letters to Board, Study Committee, Search Committee until arrival of new director May 1, 1973 and thereafter) (1972-1973); La Raza Unida Conferences (1967-1971); Cubans U.S.A. (1966-1971); [Administrative files] (1964-1972).


Organization of Collection

Administrative files, 1959-1976 and undated
Individual name files, 1963-1976 and undated
General files, 1943-1976 and undated
Subject files, 1961-1974 and undated
Our Claim on the Future: A Controversial Collection from Latin America,1967-1970 and undated
Subseries: Correspondence, 1967-1970 and undated
Subseries: Manuscript drafts, 1969 and undated
Subseries: Contributors, 1967-1969 and undated
Reference binders, 1964-1975 and undated
Subseries: Speeches and addresses, 1966-1975 and undated
Subseries: Old articles, 1966-1969 and undated
Subseries: By-laws, 1970
Subseries: HAI minutes, Sept 1966-[May] 1973, 1966-1973
Subseries: HAI board meeting (Trustees) [and correspondence], 1973-1976 and undated
Subseries: Memoranda (of communications and letters to Board, Study Committee, Search Committee until arrival of new director May 1, 1973 and thereafter), 1972-1973

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Materials are available by appointment only. Contact the archivist for details.

Usage Restrictions

None.


Index Terms

Personal Names
Armendáriz, Rubén P.
Canales, Benjamín, J.
Lara-Braud, Jorge.
Mackay, John Alexander, 1889-1983.
Rodriguez, Alfonso.
Organizations
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Catholic Church.
Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ).
Hispanic-American Institute (Austin, Tex.)
Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod.
Mexican American Cultural Center (San Antonio, Tex.)
Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Synod of Texas.
Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Texas Conference of Churches.
United States Commission on Civil Rights.
World Council of Churches.
Subjects
Chicano movement.
Civil rights--History--Southern States--20th century.
Civil rights--Moral and ethical aspects--Christianity.
Latin America--Relations--United States.
Migrant labor--Southwestern States.
Migrant labor--Texas.
Migrant labor--United States.
Hispanic American college students--Scholarships, fellowships, etc.
Hispanic American students--Education--United States.
Hispanic Americans--California--Los Angeles.
Hispanic Americans--Civil rights.
Hispanic Americans--Civil rights--Texas.
Hispanic Americans--Education.
Hispanic Americans--Education--Texas.
Hispanic Americans--Employment.
Hispanic Americans--Florida--Miami.
Hispanic Americans--Legal status, laws, etc.
Hispanic Americans--Nutrition.
Hispanic Americans--Population.
Hispanic American Presbyterians.
Hispanic Americans--Religion.
Hispanic Americans--Social conditions -20th century.
Mexican Americans--Politics and government.
Mexican Americans--Texas.
Mexican Americans--Texas--Economic conditions.
Mexican Americans--Texas--Ethnic identity.
Mexican Americans--Texas--Politics and government.
Mexicans--Texas--Archives.
Protestant churches--Latin America--Bibliography.
Locations
Austin (Tex.)
California.
Cuba.
Dallas (Tex.)
Latin America.
Rio Grande Valley (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.)
San Antonio (Tex.)
Texas.
United States--Southwestern States.
United States--Northeastern States.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Hispanic-American Institute Records, 1943-1976, Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Processing Information

Preliminary processing and inventory by Bill Brock, March 1995. Initial box list by Archivist risty Sorensen, summer 2012. Preliminary processing of administrative files, individual names files, and general files by Mandy Sutton, Archives Assistant, spring 2014. Processing completed by Lilly Carrel, Archives Assistant, winter 2015.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Administrative files, 1959-1976 and undated:

Box
F051 Administration, Board of Trustees file I, 1966-1974
Administration, Board of Trustees file II, 1966-1973
APTS, HAI office affairs, 1973-1974
APTS, HAI Committee, 1971
HAI audit, 1970
HAI, Austin Presbyterian Seminary, 1959-1976
Bibliography – Protestantism in Latin America: A Bibliographical Guide, 1966-1973 and undated
Protestantism in Latin America: A Bibliographical Guide, 1967
Box
F052 Bibliography, complimentary copies, 1968-1971 and undated
Bibliography, books returned, 1968
Bibliography, review copies, 1968
Bibliography letters re: order, 1967-1973
Board of National Ministries, 1966-1971
Board of National Missions, 1966-1972 and undated
Board of Trustees membership and Ex. Board, 1972-1974
Board of World Missions, 1964-1973
HAI Board meeting, January 6-7, 1967, 1966-1967 and undated
HAI Board meeting, May 6, 1972, 1972
HAI Board meeting, Oct. 19, 1973 (attending), 1973-1974 and undated
Board of Trustees meeting, Spring 74, 1973-1974
Board of Trustees meeting, Fall 74, 1974
Board of Trustees meeting, Spring 75, 1975 and undated
HAI Board of Trustees meeting, October 3 and 4, 1975, San Antonio, 1975 and undated
RPA file, HAI Board meeting, 3/16/76, 1970-1975 and undated
By-laws amendment mailing to Board of Trustees (edited by Mr. Ben Canales), 1967-1970 and undated
HAI by-laws, 1970
Census, economic census staff (HAI filled out a form for census), 1973
HAI Committee assignments, 1966-1967
HAI Director’s discretionary fund, 1967-1972
Director’s recommendations for the continuation of HAI, 1972
Associate Director’s recommendations for the continuation of HAI, 7-10-72, 1972
Box
F053 HAI employees present & former secretarial staff, 1969-1973 and undated
Evaluation of HAI 1975 (Exec. Comm.), 1975-1976
HAI Executive Committee minutes, 1974
HAI Finance Committee, 1970-1973
Friendship Press, 1967-1970
HAI Foundations Commission, 1971
FTE correspondence, 1975-1976 and undated
FTE Fall 75 recruitment dinners, 1975
FTE miscellaneous correspondence, 1974-1976 and undated
HAI Goals Committee, 1969
RG scholarship negotiations, 1972
HAI admin folder, 1964-1967
HAI evaluations, 1974
HAI funding, 1975, 1974-1976 and undated
HAI history file I, 1964-1971 and undated
HAI history file II, 1965-1974 and undated
Honoraria, 1971
Dept. of HEW “Where to Get Health Career Information”, 1973
Inquiries academic, 1967-1975
Inquiries employment, 1967
Inquiries college, 1965-1967 and undated
Inquiry files, 1969
Inquires general information, 1965-1975 and undated
Box
F054 Inquiries grants, 1970
Inquiries re: HAI Institute, 1966-1975
Inquires JLB, 1969-1972
Inquiries jobs with this Institute, 1965-1975
Inquiries language, 1967-1972
Inquiries Latin America, 1965-1968
Inquiries Latin American information, 1966-1973
Inquiries legal assistance, 1971
Inquiries materials file I, 1968-1970
Inquiries materials file II, 1971-1973
Inquiries materials file III, 1972-1973
Inquiries legal, 1969
HAI personnel inquiries, 1965-1973
Inquiries publications, 1968-1975
Inquiries scholarships, 1969-1976
Box
F055 HAI inquiries service, 1970
Inquiries service abroad, 1967-1974
Inquiries study abroad, 1969-1972
HAI inquiries study in Austin, 1964-1969
Inquiries study, 1969-1971
Inquiries study in Latin America, 1969
Inquiries summer, 1967-1969
HAI invoices office equipment, 1966-1972
Invoices 1967, 1967
Invoices 1968, 1967-1969
HAI invoices for 1969, 1969-1970
Invoices 1970, 1969-1970
Invoices 1971, 1971
Invoices 1972, 1972-1973 and undated
Box
F056 Invoices 1973, 1973-1974 and undated
Invoices 1974, 1974 and undated
Invoices 1975, 1974-1975 and undated
Vouchers for 1976, 1975-1976
Books ordered, received and paid for 1971-1972, 1970-1973
Books ordered, received and pd. For 1973-1974-1975 + mailed off, 1973-1976 and undated
Subscription invoices, 1967-1974
January term seminar, 1976, 1975
January term seminar correspondence and arrangements, 1974-1975 and undated
January term seminar enrollments, 1974-1975
January term seminar funding proposal, 1974
January term seminar papers 1975, 1975
Box
F057 January travel seminar 1974, 1973-1974 and undated
January term seminar 1974, notes: Lidias, 1971-1974 and undated
January term seminar 1974 student reports, 1974
January term 1971, file I, 1970-1971 and undated
January term 1971, file II, 1971 and undated
January term 1972, 1971-1972 and undated
January term, reports and student evaluations 1971 + 1972, 1971-1974 and undated
Replies to Jan. term questionnaire, 1974 and undated
January term 1971+1972 binder material, 1972 and undated
Job opportunities 1973-1974, 1973
Jobs employment opportunities available, 1973-1974 and undated
Box
F058 Job recommendations, 1971-1974
JSAC consultation 1974, 1973
JSAC general file, ’73 + ’74 (see also: JSAC Consultation). Also JSAC files I + II in general files, 1973-1974 and undated
LAD (Latin American Dept. NCC), 1966-1974 and undated
Lutheran-Missouri Synod, 1973-1974
Mexican American Coordination Committee, Synod of Sun and Red River, 1970
Mexican American Task Force Presbytery Del Salvador, 1974
Minute for Mission Synod of RR, 1975
HAI news releases, 1965-1966, 1976 and undated
Presbytery of Palo Duro, 1973
The Presbytery Del Salvador, 1973-1974
Presbytery Del Salvador ecclesiastic relations, 1973
Presbyterian Pan American School, Kingsville, Texas, 1965-1973
HAI Program Committee file I, 1966-1968 and undated
Program Committee, 1973, 1973
Program priorities, 1975 and undated
HAI publicity, 1959-1973 and undated
HAI radio, TV, audiovisuals file I, 1966-1967 and undated
HAI radio, TV, audiovisuals file II, 1967-1972 and undated
Box
F059 Radio, TV, audiovisuals file III, 1969-1972 and undated
Related organizations, 1966-1967
Requests and information disseminated 1973 & 1974, 1973 and undated
Reunion UPUSA PCUS, 1972
HAI scholarships, 1969-1971 and undated
HAI Scholarship Fund, 1972
HAI Scholarship Program, 1967-1971 and undated
Search committee, 1972-1973
Southern District, American Lutheran Church, 1973-1974
Study Committee papers, 1972 and undated
Synod of Red River Presbyterian Church US (formerly Synod of Texas US), 1972-1975
Synod of Red River – New Orleans, Meeting Sept. 23-25, 1973, 1972-1973
Synod of the Sun Presbyterian Church USA (Formerly Synod of Texas UPUSA), 1973-1975
Synod of Tres Rios PCUS, 1972
Tax exemption number and director’s letter explaining the exemption, 1970
Texas Synod of Texas-Presbyt. Ch. Us., 1964-1972 and undated
Box
F060 Texas Synod of Texas- UPUSA, 1966-1972
Tres Rios Presbytery 1973 file, 1973
HAI UPUSA, 1966
Waco Human Relations Seminar 1973, 1973
Box
F007 Photographs, 1967-1969 and undated



Individual name files, 1963-1976 and undated:

Box
F060 Antonio PBRO. José Cruz, 1973
Armendariz, Jonathan, 1971
Arrastia, the Rev. Cecilio, 1974-1976
Barton, Roy D., 1969-1974
Bass, Robert W., 1973-1976
Beach, Barbara Ann, undated
Bernal, Senator Joe, 1968-1975
Boelens, Dr. Jack H., 1974
Braud, Jorge Lara, 1973
Brackenridge, Dr. Douglas [empty]
Brehan, Bob, 1968
Reverend Carlos SS Buck, 1973
Canales, Ben, 1968-1973 and undated
Canals, Nelson, 1975
Castillo, Mr. Leonel, 1971-1975
Castro, Vincent R., 1969
Cates, Roy, 1975
Dean Gordon T. Charlton, 1974-1975
Cesar Chavez, 1972-1973
Chavez, Tony, 1973
Cueto, Maria, 1974-1975
Chavez, Tom, 1969-1975 and undated
Daughdrill, James H. Jr., 1973
Eva Davila, 1974 and undated
De Leon, Lupe, Jr., 1974 and undated
Adres R. Diaz, UPCUSA-Asociado Hispano Unidad, 1973-1974 and undated
Rev. R. Clement Dickey, Jr., 1973
Dicus, Bishop Earl R., 1971-1975 and undated
Don Juan, Galdino, 1969-1971
Box
F061 Escamilla, Roberto, 1969-1973
Fogleman, Rev. William J. (folder 1 of 2), 1969-1976 and undated
Fogleman, Rev. William J. (folder 2 of 2), 1969-1976 and undated
Garza, Rev. Daniel, 1971-1976 and undated
Garza, Juan Leandro, 1974-1975
Gomez, Mr. Isabel, 1970-1974 and undated
Gonzales, Joe, 1969-1973 and undated
Gosnell, Bishop Harold, 1975-1976
Granados, Roger, 1967-1972 and undated
Gutierrez, José Angel, 1970-1971 and undated
Guerrero, Rodolfo, 1968-1976 and undated
Guthrie, Rev. J. Allan, 1973-1975
Hall, Prof. William D., 1975
Hayward, Rev. Victor E.W., 1964-1972
Henderson, Bill, 1972
Hernandez, David, 1969-1973 and undated
Hernandez, Sra. Yolanda, 1971
Hernandez, Sam, 1975
Herrera, Enrique, 1970
Hester, Mrs. Consuelo, 1974 and undated
Hitt, Barbara, 1974
Hodges, Houston, 1970-1971
Rev. George Holland, 1974
Horn, Rev. L.B. (Roy), 1971-1972
Hudnall, Dr. Harvey T., 1971
Sostenes Infante Student, Austin Presby Seminary, 1973, 1973
Box
F062 Janacek, Balthasar, 1972
Jacobson, Rabbi David, 1971
Rev. Gene Jennings, 1975
Johnson, Walter, 1970
Jordan, Benjamin T., 1971
Journey, Rev. Al (Joy), 1968
Rev. C. Mike Jousan, Jr., 1974-1975
Juarez, Dr. José Roberto, 1968
Keller, Rev. Edgar J., 1974
Kindsvatter, Rev. Charles Dallas, 1973-1975
Kirk, Sam, 1972 and undated
Krause, Rev. Hilmer, 1975
Kash, Bob, 1972
Kerr, Robert, 1968-1969
Kush, Dr. Gary, 1974-1975
Lammert, Rev. Herbert, 1975
Lancaster, John WM., 1971
Louis Lancaster, 1973-1974
Larick, Jim, 1967-1971 and undated
Law, Janice, 1971
Lawrence, Bill and Carol, 1968-1972
Lenkersdorf, Dr. Karl, 1968-1970 and undated
Leos, Rev. Jesse, 1970-1975
Lewis, Rev. Dean, 1969
Lloreda, Alfonso, 1970
Longcope, Kay, 1968-1970 and undated
Lopez, Carlos, A., 1970-1975 and undated
Julian Lopez, 1974
Lopez, Robert, 1974
Lucey, Archbishop Robert E., 1969
MacKay, Dr. John A. (folder 1 of 2), 1965-1972 and undated
MacKay, Dr. John A. (folder 2 of 2), 1965-1972 and undated
Maldonado-Denis, Manuel, 1969
Mardirosian, Vahac, 1967-1971 and undated
Marrero, Rev. Gilberto, 1974-1975
Martin, Robert W. Jr., 1975
Martinez, Joel, 1970
Martinez, Joel, 1975
May, Joel, 1969
Medeiros, Bishop Huberto S., 1970
Medina, Betty, 1969
Joe Medina, Synod of Southwest, 1975
Melendez, Andrés A., 1971-1972 and undated
Medez Arceo, Sergio, 1963-1968
Mercure, Alex, 1970
Mestas, Leonard, 1972
Mestas, Leonard Dr., 1974
Meza, Mark, 1970-1971 and undated
Box
F063 Meza, Herbert, 1966-1972
Milian, Robert, 1969-1971 and undated
Mohr, Dr. Vernon, 1973-1975
Molina, Ricardo J., 1972
Morales, Jorje, 1975
Montemayor, Aurelio, 1970 and undated
Morgan, Fred, 1968
Moya, Richard, 1970
Mulley, Earl S., 1969
Murray, Dick, 1969
Murray, Michael F. Rev., 1968
Naegale, Victor (Bro.), 1968-1969
Nanez, Dr. Alfredo, 1974
Navarro, Roberto, 1971
Navarro, Roberto, 1974-1976
Naylor, Mrs. Kurtis, 1969 and undated
Neel, Rev. Donald E., 1971-1973
Nelson, Hugh Rev., 1973-1975
Nelson, Wilton, 1968
Nieto, Daniel, 1971 and undated
Nieto, Leo, 1965-1974 and undated
Niilus, Leopoldo, 1968
Nixon, 1969
Noda, Roberto, 1971
Nogueron Trujano, Ing David, 1968 and undated
O’Brien, Csp. Rev. David, 1968
Odell, Mr. Luis, 1969
O’Donnell, Rev. Jack, 1970-1975 and undated
Oesch, Rev. Norbert E., 1972
Olguin, Richard, 1969 and undated
Olivas, Rev. Mardy, 1968-1972
Orendian, Tony, 1969-1971 and undated
O’Shoney, Rev. Glenn, 1974-1976
Owensby, Walter, 1967-1970
Padilla, Alfredo, 1973-1974
Paredes, Prof. Américo, 1970-1972 and undated
Paredes, Rev. Carlos, 1970
Parkins, Reynell, 1968
Box
F064 Paz, Octavio [empty]
Peralez, Mr. Rubén, 1971-1972
Rev. Roland Perdue, 1975
Peredo, Eduardo G. and Gladys, 1966-1967
Feliberto Pereira, 1973-1975
Perez, Mr. Fernando, 1970-1971
Pulido, Hiram, 1971-1974
Ramirez, Mr. Salvador, 1972
Ramos, Jovelino, 1974
Ranck, Rev. J. Allen, 1971-1972
Rea, Dr. Harrell A., 1974-1975
Regier, Rev. Jon L., 1969-1972
Reisner, Dr. Sherwood H., 1968-1973
Reyes, Domingo Nick, 1968-1971
Reyes, Rev. Lonnie C., 1970-1973
Reyes, Prof. Santos, 1970-1971
Rhoades, Y. Jacqueline, 1975
Rhodes, Avis, 1966-1970
Ridge, Rev. Charles D., 1975
Risco, Eliezer, 1969-1971
Rivera, George J., 1971
Rivera, Rev. Jorge J., 1971-1972 and undated
Rivera, Lucy, 1973
Roberts, Earle D., 1967
Roberts, Dr. Joseph L. file I, 1972
Roberts, Dr. Joseph L. file II, 1971-1974 and undated
Robertson, Bruce L., 1975
Robie, Howard R., 1970
Robinson, Cas, 1973
Rodriguez, Dr. Alfonso, file I, 1966-1972 and undated
Box
F065 Rodriguez, Dr. Alfonso, file II, 1966-1972 and undated
Rodriguez, Dr. Alfonso, file III, 1966-1972 and undated
Rodriguez, Armando, 1968
Rodriguez, Rev. Dan, 1970-1974 and undated
Rodriguez, Rev. Edmundo, 1971-1975 and undated
Rodriguez, Hector, 1972 and undated
Santos Rodriguez, Cain case newspaper clippings, 1973
Rojo, José H., 1972
Rollins, Metz, 1968
Luis Rosado, 1975
Rosales, Mr. Camillio [empty]
Ruiz, Mr. Santo J. (Buddy), 1969
Rev. Clemente Saenz, 1973-1974
Salinas, Mr. Raul, 1970
Sanchez, Rev. Rudy, 1974
Salvant, Ed, undated
Sanchez, Phillip, 1971
Sanchez, Rafael Jr., 1971
Sanchez, Rev. Rafael, 1971
Sanchez, Rev. Rudy, 1970
Sanders, Doug, 1971
Sandoval, Mrs. Judith Hancock De, 1971
Scholes, Bill, 1968-1971
Sedillo, Paul, 1975
Shockley, John S., 1970-1972 and undated
Simms, James C., 1971-1972
Sinclair, Rev. John H., 1966-1973 and undated
Sjollema, Mr. B. Ch., 1968-1969
Slater, Bishop Eugene O., 1969-1972
Smith, Gov. Preston, 1972
Smylie, James H., 1969
Soto, Onell, 1968-1971
Sousa, Rev & Mrs. Enoch Senna, 1966-1967
Spice, Byron L., 1968-1969
Box
F066 Spivey, Charles S. Jr., 1969
Stauffer, Paul A.., 1969
Stanfield, J. Edwin, 1968-1969
Stotts, Dr. Jack, 1975-1976
Taylor, Davis, 1973-1974
Taylor, Norman W., 1969
George Telford, 1973-1974
Thiele, G.A. (Seminex), 1975
Tinajero, Antonio, 1967-1970
Tinley, Frederick G. 1966-1968
Todd, George, 1969
Torres, Abraham, 1972
Torres, Lucas, 1973-1976
Torres, Manuel, 1970-1971 and undated
Tovar, Paul, 1970
Trauger, Kenneth J., 1966-1971 and undated
Treviño, Flavio, 1971
Treviño, Samuel, 1973-1974
Trickey, Dr. Samuel B., 1969
Trillo, Dr. Juan, 1970 and undated
Truan, Representative Carlos F., 1969
Uriegas, José, 1971 and undated
Urquiza, Consuelo, 1972
Valdez Romero, Horacio, 1965-1968
Vasquez, Dr. Edmundo, 1974-1975
Vasquez Garza, Virgilio, 1971
Vasquez, William, 1973
Velazco, José Luis, 1974-1976 and undated
Velasquez, Willie, 1968
Villanueva, Jane, 1971
Villanueva, Mr. Tino, 1971
Wahlberg, Philip L., 1969-1975
Waller, Cliff, 1970-1972
Ward, James M. (Dean), 1970-1971
West, Richard E., 1968
Wheaton, Rev. Philip E., 1969
Whitaker, Betty, 1967-1969 and undated
Wicker, Thomas J., 1969
Wildenthal, John, 1972
Williams, Dr. Prescott H., APTS President, 1972-1975 and undated
Williamson, Timothy, 1968
Winter, Ralph D. Dr., 1967-1969 and undated
Witherspoon, Joe Prof., undated
Wonderly, William L., 1964-1965
Wood, Stuart A., 1969
Wolf, Umhau, 1968-1974 and undated
Ximenes, Vincente T., 1968-1970 and undated
Yarborough, Sen. Ralph, 1969
Yelenik, Ronald G., 1968
Zambrano, Ariel, 1969
Zavaleta, Hector, 1969-1975
Box
F067 Zbinden, Rev. Dr. Louis, 1972-1975
Zepeda, Peter J., 1968-1969
Ziegler, Jesse H., 1972



General files, 1943-1976 and undated:

Box
F067 Abortion, 1973 and undated
Abridgement of Civil Rights Report, 1970
Academia de la Nueva Raza, 1973-1974
Addresses- list of names, 1958-1974 and undated
Advice on publications, 1966-1970 and undated
American Lutheran Church ARTOS Program, 1975
Amigos Unidos, 1968-1971 and undated
APTS ESSN proposal, 1971-1972 and undated
APTS/ETSSW Fall 1975 class schedules, 1975 and undated
APTS D. Ministry Program, 1974-1975 and undated
APTS summer supervisors, 1975, 1975
Arlington conference, 1971-1972 and undated
Asamblea Nacional Hispano Luterana, 1974
Austin City Council, 1974 and undated
Austin East Side Ministries (initiated by St. Julia’s Cath. Ch.), 1973
Austin: Independent School District, 1974
Baptists, 1966
Baptists Texas, 1970-1972
Bilingual Teachers’ Program, 1970-1973
Bilingualism (in school districts), 1971-1974 and undated
Bilingualism for Texas: Education for Fraternity, 1970-1971
Black Presbyterian Leadership Caucus, 1971-1972
Box
F068 Brazos Presbytery, 1970-1974
Case studies mini workshop 1975, 1975
Census, 1970- breakdown of Spanish speaking in all states, 1973
Chicano caucuses, 1969-1973
Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Cuba, 1974
Church literature – Baptist, 1966
COCU, Consultation on Church Union, 1970-1975
COCU, Nov. 3-8, 1974, 1974 and undated
COHAM Dallas, 1970-1971 and undated
Colegio César Chávez, 1975
Colloquium on Mexican American scholarships, 1971
Scholarship colloquium, 1971 and undated
Scholarship colloquium, Plan to Come, 1971 and undated
Scholarship seminar, April 22, 1971, 1971 and undated
Colonias del Valle, 1969-1970
Comite de CHE, 15-17 Abril, 1974, San Antonio, Texas, 1974-1975 and undated
Box
F069 Comite Gester del Comite Hispano Ecumenico (CHE), 1974-1976 and undated
Committee on Womens Concerns PCUS, 1974
A Concise Bibliographical Guide on Mexicans and Mexican Americans, 1970-1972
Condensed seminar, 1971 and undated
Consultation on Church Develop./ New Orleans, 10/75, 1967-1975 and undated
Continuing education, 1967 and undated
Cook Christian Training School, 1967-1974
Corporate and social ministries, General Ex. Board, PCUS, 1973-1974
Corpus Christi Declaration of Mexican American Presbyterians, 1969
Corpus Christi Symposium, 1969 and undated
COSTEP, So. Texas statistics, 1970
COSTS, Council of Southwestern Theological Schools, 1970-1974 and undated
Cotulla, 1969-1970 and undated
Crank mail, 1969-1970
Crisis corridor, 1975
Cuernavaca, 1972 and undated
Dallas, 1968-1972 and undated
Box
F070 Dallas declaration, 1971
Del Salvador Presbytery, 1972-1975
Dept. of Justice, 1974 and undated
Development assistance for rehabilitation, 1974
DPS, Department of Public Safety, 1969-1970 and undated
Dictionary of Missions, 1966-1970 and undated
Disciples of Christ, Lubbock, 1973 and undated
Disciples, national, 1967-1974 and undated
Disciples of Christ, Texas, 1969-1975
Division on Ecclesiastical Relations, 1974-1975
Drop out education, board meeting, Oct 25, 1974
Economic development, 1969
Educational, Texans for Ed. Excellence, 1974
El Paso, 1969-1974 and undated
Box
F071 Employment openings [empty]
Episcopal Church, national, 1967-1971 and undated
Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, 1966-1974 and undated
ESSW, Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, 1969-1971
Epis. Theo. SSW, CS-23, 1975
Evangelism conference, 1966-1967 and undated
Box
F007 Evangelism conference photographs, 1966-1967 and undated
Box
F071 Event Magazine, 1973-1974
Exchange educators, 1966-1967 and undated
Farm workers info file, 1966-1975 and undated
Fund for Theological Education, spec. oppor. for Hispanics 9/74 at HAI, 1969-1974 and undated
Fort Worth, 1970-1971 and undated
Geronimo Mexican Presbyterian Church restoration, 1974-1975 and undated
Geronimo Mexican Presbyterian Church restoration photographs, 1974-1975 and undated
Goliad, Texas, 1970-1971
Good Neighbor Commission, undated
HAI brochure 1975, 1975
Hispanic American Ministries Section, 1968-1969 and undated
Hispanic International Ministry, 1971
Hispanic theological consultation, 1974
HOC, Human Opportunities Corporation, 1969-1972
Hogg Foundation, 1967-1968
Housing, 1967-1970 and undated
Box
F072 Houston, 1969-1972 and undated
Hoy, 1973-1974
Huelga, 1965-1968 and undated
Human Relations Commission, 1964-1966
Humble, 1967-1970 and undated
Human Relations Committee, State of Texas, 1969-1970
IAU, Puerto Rico, 1967
Identity Quest, 1967
Illegal aliens consultation, TCC, 1975
International Advisory Committee of World Council of Churches, 1970-1972
Interstate Research Associates, 1968-1971 and undated
Involvement of Mexican-Americans in Gainful Endeavors (IMAGE) [file created by Archivist], undated
Box
F073 Itineraries, 1968 and undated
Jacinto Treviño Learning Center, 1970-1973 and undated
Job opportunities, 1969 and undated
Job opportunities abroad, 1971
JSAC, Joint Strategy and Action Committee, 1969-1975 and undated
Juan Marcos, 1970 and undated
Box
F074 Juarez Lincoln Center, 1974 and undated
Juvenile delinquency, , 1965-1967 and undated
Kansas City, Missouri , undated
Labor, 1970-1975
La Campanita School, 1972 and undated
LACE, 1971-1975
LACE Evaluation 1974, 1973-1974
Language programs, file I, 1965-1969 and undated
Language programs, file II, 1965-1969 and undated
LAPAG, Latin American Policy Alternatives Group, 1971-1973 and undated
Laredo, 1970 and undated
Latin American Collection, UT, 1968
Latin America Foundation, 1971-1972
Latin American governments, 1966 and undated
Latin American politics, undated
Latin American religious literature, undated
Latin American Republics (secular history, governments), 1965 and undated
Latin American Research Review, 1968 and undated
Latin American Studies, 1964-1971 and undated
Latin American Studies Association, LASA, 1966-1971
Latin American Studies Seminar, 1965
Latino Theological Studies Program (McCormick Theological Seminary) [empty]
Leadership development, 1965-1969 and undated
Box
F007 Leadership development photographs, 1966
Box
F074 Legislature, Texas state, 1969 and undated
Box
F075 List Protest Chicanos, 1972
Louisiana Migrant Ministry, See “Mig. Min. Louisiana” [empty]
Los Angeles, 1964-1971
Los Angeles, California, undated
Lubbock, 1969-1972 and undated
LULAC, League of United Latin American Citizens, 1970
LULAC, League of United Latin American Citizens, 1970-1971 and undated
Lutheran Church in America, Texas, 1970-1971
Lutheran Church of America, 1970-1975
Lutherans, American Lutheran Church, 1969-1973
Lutheran churches, 1967-1968
Lutheran Council, 1968-1970
Lutherans, 1969 and undated
Lutherans, Missouri Synod, 1970-1974
Lutherans, national, 1968-1971
Lutheran Resources Commission, Washington, 1974-1975
Lutheran Social Services Adult Day Care Center, 1975
Lutherans, Texas, 1970
Lutherans, Texas Lutheran College, 1970-1971
MACEP, Mexican American Council for Economic Progress, 1972-1975 and undated
Magazin, 1972
Mailing list (HAI) wanted, 1974 and undated
Marcha, 1970-1975
Martin Luther King Farm Worker Fund, 1974
MASO, Mexican American Student Organization, 1969-1970 and undated
Box
F076 Masters theses, 1961-1967 and undated
Mathis, 1970
Mayo Austin, 1971
Mayo UT, 1971
Menaul School, New Mexico, 1973-1975 and undated
Mental health, Texas, 1972-1974 and undated
Methodists, 1965-1970 and undated
Methodists, Dallas, 1969
Methodists, California, 1969
Methodist churches, 1967-1974
Methodist, University Methodist Church, 1972
Methodists (national), 1969-1974 and undated
Mexican American affairs, Interagency Committee on, 1968-1969
Mexican American Anti-Defamation Committee, 1971
Mexican-American Bibliographies, 1970-1972 and undated
Mexican-American Church Conference, 1970-1971
Mexican American churches, American Baptist, 1971-1974 and undated
Mexican American churches, Church of the Brethren, 1974
Mexican American churches, Methodist, 1974
Mexican American churches, Southern Baptist Convention, 1974
Mexican American Church Vocations Conference, undated
Mexican-American churches in Texas, 1966
Mexican American Conference Texas – See “Texas” [Divider]
Mexican American Coordinating Committee, 1973-1975
Mexican American Cultural Center, 1972-1976 and undated
Mexican American Culture and Issues CS-21, Episcopal Seminary of the SW, 1975
Mexican-American education, 1968-1969 and undated
Mexican American Institute, 1971
Mexican American Joint Conference Committee, 1967-1968
Box
F077 Mexican American leadership, conferences, 1966-1969 and undated
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1967-1972 and undated
Mexican American news articles, 1974 and undated
Mexican American political associations, 1968 and undated
Mexican American Presbyterian churches, 1973-1975
Mexican American Presbyterian clergy, continuing education, 1975 and undated
Mexican American statistics, 1960 and undated
Mexican American studies, 1969-1970 and undated
Mexican American study centers, 1974 and undated
Mexican American Task Force file I, 1969-1972 and undated
Mexican American Task Force file II, 1970-1974 and undated
Box
F078 Mexican American unity, 1967
Mexican American Unity Council, 1968-1971
Mexican Americans/Austin, Texas, 1974
Mexican American legal decisions (Legal decisions for or vs. Mexicans), 1943
Mexican-Americans in newspapers and magazines, 1966-1972
“Mexicano” title preferred to “Chicano,” etc., 1972
Mexico, Historia, Costumbres, Latin-America – Realidades, 1962-1965 and undated
Miami (re: JLB speech), 1969
Miami, file I, 1968-1969 and undated
Miami, file II, 1968-1969 and undated
Miami, Presbyterians, 1970
Miami, reserve file of duplicate materials and bulky booklets, 1969 and undated
McCurdy schools, 1968
Michigan, 1970-1972
Middle East, 1969
Midland, 1971
Migrant Coalition of Texas, 1972-1974
Migrant education, 1967-1969
Texas migrant labor, 1972-1973 and undated
Migrant ministry, California, 1968-1972
Migrant ministry, Louisiana, 1967
Migrant ministry, Michigan Migrant Ministry, 1970
Box
F079 Migrant ministry, NCC, 1966-1971 and undated
Migrant ministry, Texas Council of Churches, 1967-1968 and undated
Migrants, file I, 1966-1969 and undated
Migrants, file II, 1967-1972
Military, 1970
Military draft, 1969-1970 and undated
Ministerial candidates, 1967
Ministerial referral, 1971
Ministerial salaries, 1969
Ministry, 1966 and undated
Minority ministry work group, GEB, 1974-1975 and undated
Mission, facts, 1966-1969 and undated
Mission issues, 1968
Mission policy papers, 1963-1965 and undated
Missionary correspondence, 1964-1967 and undated
Missionary Orientation Center, undated
Box
F080 Missionary training, 1962 and undated
Missionary vocation of the church, 1966-1967 and undated
Model cities, 1967-1968 and undated
Movies, undated
Narcotics, 1970
National Concilio for Chicano Studies, 1971
National Council of Churches, NCC, 1964-1973 and undated
NCC, Dallas, 1971-1972 and undated
NCC, General Board, 1967-1968 and undated
NCC, general file, 1970-1972 and undated
NCC, Triennial Assembly, 1972 and undated
National Farm Worker Ministry, 1971-1974 and undated
National Planning Committee- I (Spanish American Crisis in the Nation), 1968-1971 and undated
Box
F081 National Planning Committee- II (Spanish American Crisis in the Nation), 1970-1971 and undated
National Planning Committee- III (Spanish American Crisis in the Nation), 1968-1971 and undated
Box
F099 [National Planning Committee] Spanish American Crisis in the Nation Checkbook, 1971
Box
F081 National Planning Committee projects (folder 1 of 2), 1969-1971 and undated
National Planning Committee projects (folder 2 of 2), 1969-1971 and undated
National Planning Committee staff, 1970 and undated
National Planning Committee, Alvarez, Ezequiel, 1970-1971
National Planning Committee, Colon, Rubén, D., 1970
National Planning Committee, Maldonado, David, 1970
National Planning Committee, Mendioza, Fidel, 1970-1972
National Welfare Rights Organization, 1971
Nazarene Church, 1968
Nebraska, 1970
New Braunfels, undated
New Jersey, 1969
New Left USA, 1967
New Mexico, undated
Box
F082 New Orleans, 1970-1971
New Orleans consultation, 1966-1970
New York, 1972 and undated
New York, grants, 1970
Notre Dame study projects, 1967-1970 and undated
Nueces Presbytery, undated
Odem, Texas, 1971
Oklahoma, 1970
OPRO, Overseas Personnel Recruitment Office, undated
Organizaciones Unidas, 1972
Orientation programs, 1972
Other seminaries, 1967-1969 and undated
Otros seminaries, 1960-1966 and undated
PADRES (Priests Associated for Religious, Educative and Social Rights), 1970-1975 and undated
Box
F083 Pan American Bank, 1971-1972
Pan American School, 1971-1974
Partners in Action, 1973-1974
PASO, Political Association of Spanish-Speaking Organizations, 1965-1969 and undated
Peace Corps, 1968-1971
Perkins School of Theology, SMU University, 1969-1970
Partner Defense Fund, 1971 and undated
Planned Parenthood I, 1969-1970 and undated
Planned Parenthood II, 1969-1970 and undated
Planned Parenthood III, 1969-1972 and undated
Planned Parenthood, regional, 1970
Police, 1967-1968 and undated
Police brutality march, 1971
Poor People’s Campaign, 1968
Practical anthropology, undated
Presbyterian outlook, 1969-1970
Presbyterian survey, 1976
Box
F084 Presbyterian Westside Ministries, I, 1965-1968 and undated
Presbyterian Westside Ministries, II, 1968-1972 and undated
Presbyterians USA, 1969-1975
Presbytery Del Salvador Division of Ecclesiastical Relations, 1974-1975 and undated
Princeton Theological Seminary, 1966-1974
Princeton, continuing education, 1967-1971 and undated
Private programs for Mexican Americans, 1969-1971 and undated
Probation, undated
Project Equality, file I, 1970-1971
Project Equality, file II, undated
Project Verdad, Tres Rios Presby., project proposal, Synod of Red Ri., 1973-1975
Proposal for funding, 1973-1974 and undated
Protest, 1973
Protestantism, general, 1967
Protestantism in the United States, Mexican-Americans, 1974
Puerto Ricans, undated
Racism Committee, 1970
Rangers, 1969
RASSA, Association of Spanish Surnamed Populations (monthly publication), 1973 and undated
Raza, La Nueva Raza, 1968
La Raza, Midwest Council of, 1970-1974
Raza Southwest Council of La Raza, 1968-1973 and undated
Box
F085 La Raza Unida, 1967-1970 and undated
Raza Unida, addresses, undated
La Raza Unida churchmen, 1970
La Raza Unida, conference (newspaper clippings), 1967-1968 and undated
La Raza Unida, Michigan, 1968-1969
La Raza Unida, Ohio, 1970
Raza, La Raza Unida conference – Austin, 1970
Raza Unida conferences, 1971 and undated
La Raza Unida party, 1971-1972 and undated
Reformed Church in America, 1967
Renewal, 1966
Rio Grande conference, 1967-1973
Rio Grande conference scholarship report, 1968
Robstown, 1947, 1972
Rotan, Texas, 1971
Salary scale, undated
San Antonio, 1972
San Antonio Express News, 1969
San Antonio hearings, US Commission on Civil Rights, 1968
San Antonio light newspaper, 1969-1971
San Antonio police, 1971
San Antonio Urban Council, 1967-1973 and undated
Sanatorio La Luz I, 1967-1968, 1967-1968 and undated
Box
F086 Sanatorio La Luz II, 1969, 1968-1970 and undated
Sanatorio La Luz III, 1970, 1970-1971 and undated
Scholarship aid, 1966-1974 and undated
Scholarship colloquium, 1971-1972
Scholarship programs, 1970-1974 and undated
Scholarships, 1969-1974 and undated
Sept. 1973, scholarships (basic grants), people contacted, 1973 and undated
Schools for Spanish speaking, undated
Schools, church related, 1973 and undated
SCOLAS [file 1 of 2], 1967-1970
SCOLAS [file 2 of 2], 1973-1974
Seabury conference, 1966
SED = Spanish Education Development Center (Centro Hispano de Desarrollo Educaivo), 1972-1973 and undated
Seminar – the pastor as leader in bicultural communities, Sept 25-Oct 5, 1967, 1963-1968 and undated
Seminario Biblico Latinoamericano, 1968 and undated
Seminario Evangelico de Puerto Rico, 1968-1970
SER: Jobs for Progress, Inc., 1974
SER, operation (Dallas), undated
Service abroad, 1969
Service opportunities [folder 1 of 2], 1966-1972 and undated
Box
F087 Service opportunities [folder 2 of 2], 1966-1972 and undated
SIRC, Southwest Intergroup Relations Council, file I, 1968-1969 and undated
SIRC, Southwest Intergroup Relations Council, file II, 1969-1972 and undated
SIRC, Southwest Intergroup Relations Council, file III, 1969-1972 and undated
Social security administration, undated
SOHAM, Section of Hispanic-American Ministries, 1970-1971 and undated
Box
F088 SOHAM, Puerto Rico, 1971
Sol de Texas newspaper, 1971
Southern Baptists, 1972
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1969
Southern Regional Council, 1968
Spanish Americans in the Southwest, 1965
Spanish materials, 1968-1969
Spanish-speaking congregations USA, evaluations, 1966
Speaking engagements, 1964-1965, 1964-1966 and undated
Speaking engagements, 1966, 1964-1966 and undated
Speaking engagements, 1968, 1967-1968 and undated
Speaking engagements, 1969, 1968-1969
Speaking engagements, 1970, 1969-1970
Box
F089 Speaking-1971, 1970-1971 and undated
Speaking-1972, 1971-1972 and undated
Speaking-1973, 1972
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 1974
State Department, 1969-1974
Statements 1973, 1973
S.W. Latino Caucus (Presbyterian), 1974-1975
Status of religion, 1971
Study abroad, 1965-1971
Sudan, undated
Task force on Hispanics – UUC, 1974-1975 and undated
TEAM- Texas Educators for the Advancement of Mexican-Americans, 1971
Texas for Educational Excellence (TEE), 1973-1974 and undated
Telegrams, 1969 and undated
Testimonio Evangelicos habla Espanola, 1966-1968 and undated
Testing, 1971
Testing of Spanish-speaking people, 1963-1966 and undated
Texas Advisory Committee to the US Civil Rights Commission, 1968-1970 and undated
Texas Chicano leadership, undated
Texas Citizens for Welfare Reform, 1971
Box
F090 Texas Civil Liberty Union, 1966-1967
Texas Committee for the Humanities, 1974
Texas Conference of Churches, file I, 1969-1970 and undated
Texas Conference of Churches, file II, 1969-1972 and undated
Texas Conference of Churches, file III, 1971-1975 and undated
TCC-1972 assembly, 1971
Texas Council of Churches, 1954, 1966-1968 and undated
Texas Farmworkers Union funding, 1975
Texas Poor People’s Campaign, 1975
Texas Presbyterian, 1970-1975 and undated
Texas Rangers, undated
Texas United Community Services, 1969-1974
Box
F092 Theological education, 1966-1974 and undated
Theological education in the Southwest, undated
Trabajadores - La Raza, 1972
Travel abroad, 1968
Travel in Latin America, 1970
Trends magazine, 1971
Trinity University, 1968-1970
TV – free time (University of Texas), 1973
UCM, University Christian Movement, 1962-1966 and undated
Uganda, 1971-1972
UMHE, United Methodists in Higher Education, 1971
UNELAM, Pro Unidad Evangélica Latinoamericana, 1964-1970 and undated
Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1969
United Campus Ministry, Austin, 1974-1975
United Campus Ministry Board, UT, 1974-1976 and undated
United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, 1968
United Farm Workers, 1973 crisis, 1973-1974 and undated
United Nations [empty]
United Presbyterian Council on Mass Media, 1969
United States Catholic Conference, Division for the Spanish-Speaking, 1971-1974
U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1971-1974
United States Commission on Civil Rights, file I, 1967-1969 and undated
United States Commission on Civil Rights, file II, [folder 1 of 3], 1966-1974 and undated
Box
F093 United States Commission on Civil Rights, file II, [folder 2 of 3], 1966-1974 and undated
United Urban Council of Austin, 1974-1976 and undated
Universidad de los Barrios, 1970
University of the Americas, 1969
University of Texas, 1966-1972 and undated
University of Texas, reference library and librarian, 1972
University of Texas, affirmative action, 1973
UPUSA, General Assembly, 1970
UPUSA, General Assembly, 1969, 1969
Urban Coalition, 1967
Urban mission, 1971-1972 and undated
U.S.A. Task Force, 1971
Uvalde, 1970-1971 and undated
Uvalde educational fund, 1970
Valley, 1969 and undated
Box
F094 Valley Assistance Committee, 1968 and undated
Valley colloquia, 1968-1969 and undated
Valley ministry, 1968
Valley Service Committee, 1968 and undated
Vatican II, 1964-1965 and undated
VAYA – Project, 1972
Vietnam, 1969
Vocation, 1957
Volunteer services, 1969
Waco, 1971 and undated
Welfare, 1970-1974 and undated
Welfare, Texas, 1971-1973 and undated
Weslaco, 1970
Who’s Who Among Mexican-Americans [empty]
World Alliance of Reformed Churches, 1971
World Council of Churches, 1962-1972 and undated
World – tour, 1968
Young Lords, 1969-1970
Youth, 1967-1969



Subject files, 1961-1974 and undated:

Box
F094 Abraham Lincoln, undated
Africa, 1966-1968
Alcoholism, 1967-1969
Alliance for Progress, 1966
Apartheid, 1968
Arab-Jewish relations, 1967
Argentina, 1966-1970 and undated
Biblia, 1965-1968
Bolivia, 1966-1970
Canada, 1967-1968
China, 1967
Cuba [misfiled, file created by Archivist], 1965
Box
F095 Church growth, 1965
City, 1965-1967
Columbia, 1966-1971
The Confluence of Cultures in the Americas, 1966
Congressional record, 1968
Costa Rica, 1968-1970
Death, 1969
Discrimination [misfiled, file created by Archivist], 1965
Dominican Republic, 1965-1968 and undated
Drugs, 1971-1972
Economy, 1968-1969
Ecuador, 1966-1968 and undated
Ecumenismo, 1961-1969 and undated
Employment, 1967-1970 and undated
Extremism, 1965-1968
Family, undated
Food, 1966 and undated
Foreign aid, 1963-1966
Glossolalia, 1965
Box
F096 Guatemala, 1966-1971
Health, 1967-1971 and undated
Houston, 1970
Homosexuality, 1967-1969
Hunger, 1968-1970 and undated
India, 1965-1966
Jobs, 1969-1974
Latin American education, 1963
Latin America – figures, maps, and statistics, 1961-1971 and undated
U.S. – Latin American relations, file I [file not found]
U.S. – Latin American relations, file II, 1966-1969 and undated
Latin American statistics, 1966 and undated
Lista de libros en Español [file created by Archivist], 1974 and undated
Literatura evangelica, 1965
Maps, world, 1966 and undated
Ministry, 1966 and undated
Narcotics, 1969
Nativism, circa 1970s
Negroes, 1966-1967
Box
F097 Panama, 1967
Pastoral theology, 1965
Pentecostals, undated
Peru, 1971
Philosophy, 1964 and undated
Population, 1961-1970 and undated
Positivism, 1966 and undated
Poverty, 1965-1968 and undated
Pulpit, undated
Quotations, undated
Refugees, undated
Religious publications, 1974
Russia, 1966-1968
Secularism, undated
Secular – ecumenism, undated
Sex, 1961-1971 and undated
Social security, 1969-1970
Spain, 1965-1966 and undated
Spanish-speaking Protestant churches in the U.S., 1966
Subscriptions, 1966-1968
Technology, 1967
Texas gubernatorial race, 1968 and undated
Texas Partners of the Alliance for Progress, Peru, 1965-1973 and undated
Thailand, 1968
Transportation, 1965-1966
United Nations, 1968
Valley farm workers [empty]
Venezuela, 1966-1967 and undated
Veterans, 1972
Vietnam, 1967-1969 and undated
Waco, 1969-1973



Our Claim on the Future: A Controversial Collection from Latin America, 1967-1970 and undated:

Box
F098 Correspondence, 1967-1970 and undated
Manuscript drafts, 1969 and undated:
Manuscript proof, 1969
Manuscript changes and additions, 1969 and undated
Contributors, 1967-1969 and undated:
Alves, Ruben A., 1968-1969 and undated
Cepeda, Rafael, 1969 and undated
Fals-Borda, Orlando, 1966-1969 and undated
Illich, Ivan, 1967 and undated
Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
Veitía, Pablo E., 1968-1969 and undated



Reference binders, 1964-1975 and undated:

Box
F098 Speeches and addresses, 1966-1975 and undated:
Folder I, 1966 and undated
“The Universal Demands of Christians Pro Existence,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1966
“Latin America’s Challenge to the Church- Issues We Face,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
“Report on Fact-Finding Consultation on Farm Labor Relations in the Lower Rio Grande Valley,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
“Revolution in the Western Hemisphere,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
Folder II, 1969-1973
“The American Dream and the Mexican-American,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1969
“Browns in Anger: The Overlooked Minority,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1969
“The Status of Religion Among Mexican Americans,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1971
“Economic Development- A Theological Basis,” Armendariz, Ruben P., 1973
Folder III, 1968-1972 and undated
“By Means of the Cross He United Both Races: Reflections on Inter-Ethnic Conflict and Reconciliation where the Cultures of the Americas Meet in the U.S.A.,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1968
“The Southwest: A Saga of Human Aspiration,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1969
“Rationale for Catholic-Protestant Cooperation,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1971
“Datos Recientes Sobre la Educacion de MexicoAmericanos,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1972
“No.11 Concerning Bilingualism for Texas: Education for Fraternity,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
Folder IV, 1967-1969 and undated
“Protestants and the Process of Integration in Latin America,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1967
“Protestant Missionary Obligation to Hispanic-Americans in the U.S.A.,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1967
“La Raza Unida and the Church,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1968
“Problems We Face in the Lower Rio Grande Valley,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1968
“Problemas Que Afrontamos en el Valle Bajo del Bravo,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1968
“The del Rio Mexican-American Manifesto to the Nation,” Patlán, Juan, 1969
“Bilingual Schooling: Oasis or Mirage?”Anderson, Theodore, 1969
“A Basic List for the Study of the Christian Mission in Latin America,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1969
“A Hispanic-American Speaks to the National Council of Churches,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1969
Folder V, 1970 and undated
“The Civil Rights of Mexican-Americans in Texas: An Abridgement of [“The Status of Civil Rights in Texas”],” Hispanic-American Institute, 1970
“Hispanic-Americans and the Crisis in the Nation,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
“Hispanoamericanos y la Crisis de la Nacion,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
“Revolution in the Western Hemisphere,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
Folder VI, 1968-1971
“The Education of Mexican Americans in Texas,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1968
“Chicano Power and Powerlessness: Directions for the Seventies,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1970
“Notas Sobre el Papel de la Inglesia en Conflictos Sociales,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1970
“Ethnicity is Not Enough,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1971
Box
F099 Folder VII, 1974-1975 and undated
“‘Chicano Problems’ Education, Health, and Employment,” Armendariz, Ruben P., 1974
“Theological Education within the Context of the Spanish Speaking Communities," Armendariz, Ruben P., 1974
“Hispanics and Theological Interpretation,” Armendariz, Ruben P., 1975
“The Farah Strike,” Armendariz, Ruben P., undated
Old articles, 1966-1969 and undated:
“Revolution in the Western Hemisphere,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1966[item not listed in index]
“Protestants and the Process of Integration in Latin America,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1967
“By Means of the Cross He United Both Races: Reflections on Inter-Ethnic Conflict and Reconciliation where the Cultures of the Americas Meet in the U.S.A.," Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1968
“Response of the Mexican-American,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, 1969
“The Mission of the Church Among Hispanic-Americans in the U.S.A.,” Lara-Braud, Jorge, undated
“A Contemporary Sample of Anti-Roman Catholic Bias in Latin America,” unknown author, undated
“Myth and Reality in Inter-American Relations,” [listed in index, article not found]
By-laws, 1970
HAI minutes, Sept 1966-[May] 1973, 1966-1973
HAI board meeting (Trustees) [and correspondence], 1973-1976 and undated
Memoranda (of communications and letters to Board, Study Committee, Search Committee until arrival of new director May 1, 1973 and thereafter), 1972-1973
La Raza Unida conferences, 1967-1971
Cubans U.S.A., 1966-1971
[Administrative files], 1964-1972