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Overview

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Access Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1: Clotilde Falcón de Náñez, circa 1910-1995

Series 2: Alfredo Náñez, 1873-1993

Southern Methodist University

Alfredo Náñez and Clotilde Falcón de Náñez papers

A Guide to the Collection



Overview

Creator: Náñez, Alfredo
Title: Alfredo Náñez and Clotilde Falcón de Náñez papers
Dates: 1873-1995
Dates (Bulk): 1930-1990
Abstract: This collection documents the lives of the Rev. Alfredo Náñez, D.D. (1902-1986) and his wife, Clotilde Falcón de Náñez (1908-1998). For more than five decades, the Náñezes pursued a life of shared ministry as church leaders, educators, authors, and advocates of Hispanic pride and cross-cultural understanding. Alfredo Náñez was an ordained United Methodist minister who served as a Pastor and District Superintendent in the Rio Grande Annual Conference. A gifted educator and administrator, Náñez served as President of the Lydia Patterson Institute and as the founding director of the Mexican American program at Perkins School of Theology. Clotilde Falcón de Náñez was a respected teacher, Christian Educator, author, and translator. She held many leadership positions in the Woman’s Society of Christian Service and served on the Women’s Division of the Board of Missions of the Methodist Church from 1964 to 1968.
Accession No: Collection BridArch 3.072
Extent: 22 boxes (11 linear feet)
Language: Material is in Spanish and English.
Repository Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University

Biographical Note

Alfredo Náñez was born in Monclova, Mexico in 1902. While working in Eagle Pass, Texas in 1922, he attended revival services led by Dr. Frank S. Onderdonk of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. During the revival Náñez committed his life to Jesus Christ and felt called to enter the ministry. In preparation he studied at the Wesleyan Institute of San Antonio, Southwestern University (B.A., 1930), and the Southern Methodist University (SMU) School of Theology (B.D., 1932). Náñez received honorary Doctor of Divinity degrees from Southwestern University in 1950 and from SMU in 1979. In 1986 he became the first recipient of the Perkins School of Theology Distinguished Alumni Award.

Rev. Náñez held pastoral appointments in San Antonio (1924-1927 and 1932-1934), Georgetown (1927-1930), Brownsville (1934-1937), and Mission, Texas (1965-1966). At the conference level he served as District Superintendent, editor of El Heraldo Cristiano, chairman of the Commission on World Service and Finance, and Executive Secretary of the Board of Education. His denominational leadership roles included terms on the Board of Missions, the Committee for Overseas Relief, and as a delegate to three Jurisdictional and General Conferences.

Between 1966 and 1970 Alfredo Náñez served as President of the Lydia Patterson Institute in El Paso. He also taught in the Courses of Study School at Perkins School of Theology for more than two decades. In 1970 Náñez joined the faculty of Perkins School of Theology as Professor of Practical Theology and Lecturer in Mexican American Studies, retiring in 1973.

Alfredo Náñez was the editor of Himnario Metodista (Rio Grande Conference, 1955), Ritual de la Iglesia Metodista (1965), Himnario Metodista (United Methodist Publishing House, 1973), and translator into Spanish of The Organization of the United Methodist Church (1975). He was co-author with Walter N. Vernon and John H. Graham of One in the Lord: A History of Ethnic Minorities in the South Central Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church (1977) and author of History of the Rio Grande Conference of the United Methodist Church (Bridwell Library, 1980-1981).

Clotilde Falcón de Náñez, a seventh generation Tejano, was born in Rio Grande City, Texas in 1908. She studied at Westmoreland College in San Antonio and graduated cum laude from the University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 1932) where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Clotilde Náñez later attended SMU, receiving a Master of Arts degree in Ibero-American civilization in 1970. Her work as an educator included teaching in public schools and serving fourteen years as Head of the Spanish department at Saint Mary’s Hall, a private, college preparatory school in San Antonio. She also taught at Trinity University, San Antonio, in the SMU School of Continuing Education, Dallas, and at Pan American University, Edinburgh, Texas.

Clotilde Náñez served the church as an author, compiler, and translator of Sunday School curriculum; as hymn writer, translator, and hymnal committee member; and as a School of Christian Mission instructor. She was a member of the Women’s Division of the Board of Missions of The Methodist Church from 1964 to 1968. Falcón de Náñez was elected to many leadership positions in the Woman’s Society of Christian Service (WSCS), today’s United Methodist Women. From 1975 to 1977 she served as president of the Rio Grande Conference WSCS.

Clotilde Náñez’s published writings include hymn texts and translations, Sunday School lessons for students and teachers, and articles in church-related periodicals. For twenty-six consecutive years she and her mother, Élida García de Falcón, translated the WSCS annual program books into Spanish. Falcón de Náñez was the author of “Hispanic Clergy Wives: Their Contribution to United Methodism in the Southwest,” a chapter in the 1981 book Women in New Worlds. With her husband she co-authored “Methodism among the Spanish Speaking People of Texas,” a chapter in The History of Texas Methodism, 1900-1960.

In 1986 The Women’s Division of the General Board of Global Ministries honored Clotilde Náñez by including her biography in the book, They Went Out Not Knowing… An Encyclopedia of One Hundred Women in Mission. The 2000 Rio Grande Annual Conference memorialized her with these words: “Hermana Clotilde Falcón de Náñez fue para nuestra Conferencia una matriarca, columna, y discipula ejemplar.” (“Sister Clotilde Falcón de Náñez was for our conference a matriarch, pillar, and model disciple.”)

Clotilde Falcón and Alfredo Náñez met in 1926 and were married in Brownsville, Texas in 1934. They had three children: Guillermo Náñez, Ph.D., Marta Consuelo Harris, and Rolando Antonio Náñez.

Sources:

“Clotilde Falcón Náñez.” Minutes of the Rio Grande Conference. 2000.

Allen, Joseph L. Perkins School of Theology: A Centennial History. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 2011.

Man, Martha. “Dr. Nanez Join Faculty of Perkins.” Dallas Times Herald, March 12, 1970.

Martinez, Joel N. “Alfredo Náñez 1902-1986.” Minutes of the Rio Grande Conference. 1987.

Vernon, Walter N. The Methodist Excitement in Texas: A History. Dallas: Texas United Methodist Historical Society, 1984.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Alfredo Náñez and Clotilde Falcón de Náñez papers comprise eleven linear feet of sermons and other addresses, correspondence, published writings and translations, research and teaching files, biographical materials, and photographs. These records detail the professional careers of two prominent Texas church leaders and educators whose lives spanned most of the twentieth century. The collection includes many items related to their joint interest in Christian hymnody, race relations, the history of the Rio Grande Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, and their experiences serving the church at local, regional, and national levels.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into two series:
Series 1: Clotilde Falcón de Náñez, 1936-1995
  • Subseries 1: Church Leadership, 1936-1995
  • Subseries 2: Published Writings and Translations, 1938-1986
  • Subseries 3: Personal Materials, 1936-1992
  • Subseries 4: Sacred Music and Texts, circa 1910-1980
Series 2: Alfredo Náñez, 1873-1993
  • Subseries 1: Rio Grande and Predecessor Conferences, 1935-1983
  • Subseries 2: Writings, 1925-1993
  • Subseries 3: Teaching Papers, 1960-1981
  • Subseries 4: Alphabetical Files, 1878-1990
  • Subseries 5: Local Church Files, 1943-1991
  • Subseries 6: Periodicals, 1873-1973
  • Subseries 7: Photographs, circa 1900-1985

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Restrictions

Access to Collection:

The collection is open for research use. Patrons must sign the Acknowledgement of Legal Responsibility and Privacy Rights form before using this collection.

Publication Rights:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained from the Head of Special Collections of the Bridwell Library.

Copyright Statement:

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain copyright authorization.

Sensitive Materials Statement:

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which Bridwell Library assumes no responsibility.

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Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms in the Southern Methodist University Libraries' online catalog. Researchers desiring related materials may search the catalog using these terms.
People
Náñez, Alfredo.
Náñez, Clotilde Falcon de.
Corporate Bodies
Perkins School of Theology -- Faculty.
United Methodist Church (U.S.) -- Clergy.
United Methodist Church (U.S.) -- Rio Grande Conference -- History.
Subjects
Mexican American Methodists.
Methodist Church -- Texas.
Document types
Letters.

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Related Materials

Roy D. Barton papers, Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.

Falcon Family Collection, University Library Special Collections and Archives, The University of Texas – Pan American.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Alfredo Náñez and Clotilde Falcón de Náñez papers, Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Clotilde Falcón de Náñez (1987) and the Náñez family (2001).

Processing Information

This collection was arranged and described by Timothy S. G. Binkley, 2015-2016.

Encoded by

Ada Negraru, 2016.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Clotilde Falcón de Náñez, circa 1910-1995
120 folders

The first series documents the life and career of Clotilde Falcón de Náñez. This series contains four thematic subseries: Church Leadership; Published Writings and Translations; Personal Materials; and Sacred Music and Texts. The last subseries includes works by Falcón de Náñez as well as reference copies of Spanish language hymnals and choral works.
Subseries 1: Church Leadership, 1936-1995
Box Folder
388A 01 Sociedad Misionera Femenil, 1936-1940
02-21 Sociedad Femenil de Servicio Cristiano, 1942-1964
Box Folder
388B 01-06 Sociedad Femenil de Servicio Cristiano, 1965-1972
07-20 Mujeres Metodistas Unidas, 1973-1995
Box Folder
389A 01 School of Christian Mission: The Changing City Challenges the Church, 1963
02 School of Christian Mission: Mission - The Christian’s Calling, 1965
03 School of Christian Mission: Affluence and Poverty, 1966-1967
04 School of Christian Mission: New Forms of Mission, 1968 August
05 School of Christian Mission: Reconciliation in a Broken World, 1969
06-07 School of Christian Mission, 1970, 1973
08 School of Christian Mission: Our Faith in the Midst of Pluralism, 1974
09 School of Christian Mission: A Nation under God, 1975
10 School of Christian Mission: The Church – The Body of Christ, 1977
11 Vacation Bible School, 1940s
12 Worship resources, 1950s-1970s
13 Our Missionaries - Go We Together (signed copy), Central Texas Conference Woman’s Society of Christian Service, 1960
14 “Our Mission Today,” Woman’s Day address, Sanford Chapel, 1962 September 23
15 Woman’s Society of Christian Service, South Central Jurisdiction, 1968 February
16 Cristo, Sumo Sacerdote del Hogar, undated, circa 1970s
17 Bases Biblicas para el Christianismo Social, La Conferencia de Distrito del Distrito del Sur, 1971 January
18 Antorcha Misionera Cincuentenario, La Union Nacional de Sociedades Femeniles Cristianas (de México), 1972 January
19 Consejo de Iglesias Evangélicas Metodistas de América Latina y el Caribe (CIEMAL), 1972
20 Workshop for children’s workers, 1975
21 Los objectivos o propositos de la education Cristiana, 1972-1980
22-23 Women’s History Project / Women in New Worlds conference: “Contributions of Hispanic Clergy Wives” 1975-1981
24 El Maestro Esta Aqui y Te Llama (Juan 11:28), 1993 November 12
Subseries 2: Writings and Translations, 1938-1986
Box Folder
389A 25 Preface to El Coro Voluntario, 1938 January
26 Nueva Senda articles, 1946-1952
27 “Report on the Class for Pastors’ Wives,” The Shepherdess, 1952
28-29 El Alumno Primario, circa 1950s
Box Folder
2021 09 “Southwest Mexican Conference. The Woman’s Society of Christian Service.” World Outlook, 1948 January
Box Folder
389B 01 La Clase de los Primarios, circa 1953
02-03 Curso Evangelico Hispanoamericano para las Escuela Dominical, 1955, 1957
04 Intercultural Significance of Home Missions, 1957
05 Dialogue on ministry to Spanish-speaking people, San Antonio, circa 1964
06 “It’s Great to Be Alive,” Hi Times, 1970
07 “It’s Great to Be Alive,” Hi Times, 1970
08 “Women Trend Setters of Starr County: Elida Garcia de Falcón,” Starr County Town Crier, 1986 April 23
Subseries 3: Personal Materials, 1936-1992
Box Folder
389B 09 Choir concert program, Iglesia Metodista “El Buen Pastor,” Brownsville, Texas, 1936
10 The Mexican-American SMU course notes, 1971
11-12 Christianity in Latin America SMU course notes and term paper “Five Bishops of the Methodist Church of Mexico,” 1971
13 The Inquisition in Latin America research paper, circa 1972
14 The Mexican Angle of “The Mexican War” 1973 May
15 Some personal observations on the report “Mexican American Industrial Migrants” circa 1970s
16 Correspondence, 1962-1984
17 They Went Out Not Knowing: 100 Women in Mission, 1986
18 La Voz Metodista: Antonio M. Riojas, 1988 May
19 Estudio de “Hablando con Dios” certificate of achievement, 1992
Subseries 4: Sacred Music and Texts, 1910-1980
Box Folder
389B 20 List of published hymns, 1980
21 Inmortalidad! Cantata de resurreccion, 1950s
22 King of Kings, a Sacred Cantata, 1950s
23 Los Párvulos y La Iglesia, circa 1950s
24 Hymn texts by Clotilde F. Náñez set to tunes by M. M. Ragsdale, circa 1950-1980
25 Texts by or translated by Clotilde F. Náñez and Elida G. de Falcón, circa 1950-1980
26 Hymn festival honoring the memory of Alejo Hernandez, 1971 December 26
27 El Nuevo Himnario Evangelico, Editorial Caribe, San Jose, Costa Rica, 1915
28 The Volunteer Choir, 1918
Box Folder
397B 12 Cantos de Triunfo, arreglados por H. C. Ball, 1927
13 Hymns by S. D. Athans, 1930s
14 El Principe de Paz, cantata de Navidad, 1937
Box Folder
390A 01 Alabanzas coleccionadas por Sénena B. Garcia, circa 1940s
02 Hymn texts translated by the Rev. J. N. de los Santos, 1940s
03 Joyas Favoritas: Una Colleción Evangélica de Cantos Especiales, 1949
04 Cantos Corales publicado por El Concilio Interdenominacional Para La Obra De Habla Española, 1950s
05 Allegres Cantemos, cantos para Niños por Effie Chastain de Naylor, circa 1950s
06 Cantad Con Alegria, edited by Florence Marie Sayer, circa 1950s
07 Colección de Himnos y Canticos para Coro, circa 1950s
08 Himnos de Aspiración, circa 1950-1965
09 Cánticos Escogidos, compilados por el Rev. George P. Simmonds, 1955-1965
10 Cánticos de Navidad, compilados por el Rev. George P. Simmonds, 1957
11 Himnos y Alabanzas Juveniles, Ligas Metodistas, 1964
12 De Una Vez Por Primera Vez, Ricardo Teall, 1969
13 ¡Celebremos! Coros y Estribillos Evangélicos, 1972
14 Works by Raúl R. Solí;s, 1972
15 A Selection of Hymns for Use at the General Conference, 1972
16 Celebremos (Nueva Edición), arrangements by Esther Frances, 1978
17 Sheet music, 1910-1935
Box Folder
398B 01 Music manuscripts, multiple composers, oversize, circa 1920-1970

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Series 2: Alfredo Náñez, 1873-1993
294 folders

The second series documents the life and career of Alfredo Náñez. This series contains seven thematic subseries: Rio Grande Annual Conference; Writings; Teaching Papers; Alphabetical Files; Local Church Files; Periodicals; and Photographs. The Alphabetical Files include correspondence, research notes, news clippings, and ephemeral publications. Most early dated materials are photocopies. The Local Church Files include bulletins, newsletters, clippings, and local church histories. The Photographs include some rare, early twentieth-century images.
Subseries 1: Rio Grande and Predecessor Conferences, 1935-1983
Box Folder
390A 18 Conferencia Anual Mexicana de Texas, 1935
19 Southwest Mexican Conference, 1944-1947
20-21 Rio Grande Conference, 1951-1965
22 Rio Grande Conference, 1970
Box Folder
390B 01-07 Rio Grande Conference, 1971-1977
Box Folder
391A 01-06 Rio Grande Conference, 1978-1983
Box Folder
391B 01-02 Rio Grande Conference statistics, 1954-1982
03 Rio Grande Conference Planning Commission, 1953-1956
04 A Study of Methodism in the Rio Grande Conference, 1958
05 Conference Study Committee, 1964-1968
06 Rio Grande Conference Requests to the General Board of Missions, 1970 April
07 Proposed Structure for the Rio Grande Annual Conference, 1970s
08 Libro de los Recuerdos, Conferencia del Rio Grande: Centenario de la ordenacion de Alejo Hernandez, 1971 June
09 Rio Grande Conference data for the Relationships Committee, circa 1975
Box Folder
392A 01 Rio Grande Conference Northern District, 1954-1968
02 Rio Grande Conference Southern District, 1953-1976
Subseries 2: Writings, 1925-1993
Box Folder
392A 03 Evangelism in the Southwest Mexican Conference, circa 1940
04 Novedad de Vida: Estudio misionero, 1948
05 Half a Century of Progress, circa 1950
06 Volviéndonos a Dios (Psalm 16:8), 1950 September 23
07 The Spanish-Speaking Americans, 1953 October 20
08 Christmas in Mexico, 1953 December 9
09 The Spanish Mystics, 1954, 1971
10 Ministerio de Poder, 1955 January 7
11 Spanish Speaking People of Texas, 1957 February 15
12 Mind and Heart (Psalm 19), 1957 August 7
13 Race Relations Sunday sermon notes, 1958 February 9
14 El Pastor Director de la Educación Cristiana, Lecciones Cristianas, 1967
15 The Rio Grande Conference, circa 1969
16 God Works in Mysterious Ways, 1969 June 3
17 Gavel presentation to Bishop O. Eugene Slater, 1969 June 8
18 La Pastorela, circa 1970s
19 El Compañerismo de Su Sufrimiento (Pfatteicher), circa 1970-1973
20 Preach the Word of Salvation (Mark 16:14-20), 1970 July 30
21 Centenario del Ministerio Hispano Metodista en el Suroeste, 1971
22 Pastor and Pasture (Psalms 23, John 6:35, John 12:11), 1971 March 25
23 ¿Porque Hemos Venido a Este Lugar? (Exodus 3:1-6), 1971 May
24 Bread! ¡Pan! 1972 October 24
25 La Organizacion de La Iglesia Metodista Unida, 1973
26 God Moves in Mysterious Ways, 1973-1975
27 Presentacion del Nuevo Himnario, 1973 December
28 A Word of Gratitude (to Louisiana Methodism), 1975
29 ¡Adios y Hasta Luego! (Bishop O. Eugene Slater), 1976
30 Methodism Among the Spanish Speaking People in the Southwest, circa 1970
31 Methodism Among the Spanish Speaking People in Texas and New Mexico, 1950s
32-33 Methodism Among the Spanish Speaking People in Texas and New Mexico, circa 1970-1975
34 One in the Lord: A History of Ethnic Minorities in the South Central Jurisdiction, 1977
35 The Transition from Anglo to Mexican American Leadership in the Rio Grande Conference, Texas United Methodist Historical Society paper, 1977 February
36 Adios y Hasta Luego – Alberto y Herminia [Cárdenas], 1978 February 12
37 ¡ID! (Matthew 28:16-20), 1978 June 11
38 English-speaking and Spanish-speaking Methodism – One, 1978 October 5
39 Un Ministerio a los Ancianos Hispanos, 1979 March
40 The Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ Be With You (Revelation 22:21), 1960, 1980
41 History of the Rio Grande Conference of the United Methodist Church, 1970-1980
Box Folder
392B 01-07 History of the Rio Grande Conference of the United Methodist Church, 1970-1981
08 Deuteronomio, Libro del Pacto, 1981
09 Nuestros Himnológos (Juan N. de lost Santos), 1981 November
10 De las Tinieblas a la Luz, 1982 March 15
11 Resurrección, 1983
12 La Fe Según Santiago, 1983-1985
13 Madurando en el Ministerio, 1993
14 Los Simbolos Cristianos, undated, circa 1935-1985
15 Sermon notes, 1925-1937
Box Folder
393A 01-08 Sermon notes, 1930s-1983
Box Folder
393B 01-02 Sermon notes, 1950-1982
03 Funeral sermons, 1966-1981
04 Sermons on The Seven Last Words / Las Siete Palabras a la Cruz, 1935-1975
Subseries 3: Teaching Papers, 1960-1981
Box Folder
393B 05 Lectures by Perkins School of Theology faculty members, 1960-1962
06 Course and lecture notes, 1960s
07 Courses of Study School, SMU, 1964-1966
08-16 Courses of Study School, SMU, 1970-1981
Box Folder
394A 01-02 Perkins School of Theology, 1970-1973
03 Alejo Hernández ordination centennial lectures, Perkins School of Theology, 1971 May
04 Symposium on the Mexican American and the Church, Perkins School of Theology, 1973
05 Simposio Hispano sobre Ministerios de la Iglesias Hispana, Escuela de Teologia Perkins, 1978
06 Perkins School of Theology correspondence, 1969-1981
07 Southern Methodist University Doctor of Divinity degree, 1979
Subseries 4: Alphabetical Files Office files, 1878-1990
Box Folder
394B 01 Báez-Camargo, Gonzalo (Pedro Gringoire) bibliography, 1974
02 Ball, H. C., Asambleas de Dios, circa 1960s
03 Barton, Roy B., 1966-1982
04-05 La Biblia, 1968-1975
06 La Biblia en México, Reseña historico por Hazael T. Marroquin, 1953
07 Biographies of ministers, circa 1910-1950
08 Box, L. H., 1878-1976
09 Cantu, Humberto V. and Panchita Soto de Cantu, 1958
10 Celebracián del Evangelio / Corrupciones en el Culto, 1975-1976
11 Centenario del Metodismo Hispano del Suroeste, 1970-1971
12 Centenario – Programa de Misián, 1971
13 Church-related Spanish-American Work Survey, 1961
14 Commission to Consider the Relations of All Races in the Methodist Church, 1943-1947
15 Communion Liturgy, 1964
16 Consejo de Iglesias Evangélicas Metodistas de America Latina, 1972
17-21 Correspondence, 1946-1974
Box Folder
395A 01-02 Correspondence, 1975-1984
03 Diaz, Gilberto, undated, circa 1970
04 Edinburgh, Texas churches, 1975
05 Elizondo, Virgil P., 1970s
06 Episcopado Hispano, 1980
07 Espino, José, 1943-1965
08 Falcán, Eugenio, circa 1990
09 Fernandez, José Moreno, dissertation, 1973
10 Flores family, circa 1970s
11 Galindo, José, 1971-1976
12 Galloway, Paul V., 1961-1964
13 Garcia, Carlos L., 1982
14 Garza, Oscar F., 1949-1961
15 General Conference medals, 1952, 1956
16 González, Josué, 1957-1979
17 Gonzalez, Noé E., 1971-1980
18 Gámez, Abel M., 1979
19 Gámez, Luis C., 1959-1961
20 Gámez, Roberto, 1971-1973
21 Graham, Douglas and Consuelo Campos, 1975 May
22 Grout, Alfredo T., 1970-1971
23 Harwood, Thomas, 1971
24 Harwood School, Albuquerque, 1952-1971
25 Hernández, Alejo, 1927-1970
26 Hernández, Hermegildo C., 1936
27 Hill, Ben O. and Estrellita, 1952-1973
28-30 Himnario Metodista project, 1970-1977
Box Folder
395B 01 Holding Institute, Laredo, Texas, 1965-1970
02 Houston’s Latin American article series, Houston Chronicle, circa 1958
03 Ibarra, Santiago, 1958-1959
04 Ideas and quotations, 1950s
05 Jonas (Jonah), 1974
06 Keener, John Christian, Methodist Quarterly Review, 1906
07 Kennedy, Gerald. Preaching with Authority, 1948
08 Kilgore, Samuel G., 1936
09 Lancaster, J. P., 1922-1923
10 Latin American Provisional Annual Conference Lay Institute / El Heraldo Laico, 1950-1951
11-12 Lydia Patterson Institute, 1965-1970
13 MacKay, John A., 1968
14 MARCHA, 1971
15 Martin, Paul E., 1961-1965
16 Martinez, A. J., Reluctant Dawn, 1976
17 McCurdy School, Española, New Mexico, 1965-1971
18 Mendiola, José, 1972
19 Methodism in Mexico, 1892-1973
20 Methodism in Mexico – “Beginnings of the Mexican Work,” 1910
21 Methodism in New Mexico, circa 1950-1980
Box Folder
396A 01-02 Methodism in the Southwestern United States, 1940s-1970s
03 Methodist Church Board of Missions / Clarence W. Lokey, 1947-1973
04 Methodist Church Committee on Spanish Speaking Work, 1953-1960
05 The Methodist Conference on Christian Education, 1951 November
06 Mexican American studies, 1944-1972
07 Náñez, Alfredo – biographical data, 1964-1986
08 Náñez, Alfredo – certificates, 1918-1972
Box Folder
398B 02-03 Náñez, Alfredo – diplomas, 1930, 1932
Box Folder
396A 09 Nieto, Leo D. / Texas Council of Churches, 1964
10 Nieto, Simón, 1962-1982
11 Obispado (Episcopacy), 1980
12 Onderdonk, Frank Scovill, 1936, 1971
13 O’Neill, William Bernardo, 1970
14 Oración / oraciónes, 1965-1975
15 Osborne, Meville, circa 1970s
16 Pan American University – El Heraldo Cristiano holdings, 1981
17 Papal visit to San Antonio, Texas, 1987 September
18 Paz, Gumersindo, 1910
19 Portugal, Agapito, 1921
20 Puerto Rico, 1978-1979
21 Quillian, Joseph D., 1970-1981
22 Redmond, Donald and Viola, 1981
23 Rembao, Alberto, 1953-1961
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396B 01 Riojas, Antonio M., 1964
02 Rodriguez, Amado, 1958-1972
03 Rodriguez, Dan, 1967-1982
04 Rodriguez, P. A., circa 1910
05 Ruíz, Alejandro M., 1971-1976
06 Sounders, Lyle, 1959
07 Slater, O. Eugene, 1971-1976
08 Smith, A. Frank, 1945-1962
09 Soto, Felix E., 1961-1965
10 South Central Jurisdiction, 1960-1973
11 Spain / Spanish Reform Movements, 1962-1971
12 Spanish Americans / Spanish Speaking People, 1964-1965
13 Spellmann, Norman, 1975
14 Stevenson, R. E., 1924
15 Stump, N. B., 1939-1966
16 Sutherland, Alexander H., 1971
17 Tafolla, Santiago, 1969-1970
18 Texas Methodist Planning Commission, Dallas metropolitan area, circa 1970
19 Urban Life Convocations, 1965
20 Valley Institute, Pharr, Texas, circa 1960s
21 Vasquez, José María, 1907-1911
22 Verduzco, Paul G., 1972
23 Vielma, Tomás, 1972 January
24 Vernon, Walter N., 1971-1976
25 Vidaurri family, 1959-1964
26 Wesley Community House, San Antonio, 1968
27 World Methodist Conference, Denver, 1971 August
28 Worship and Sacraments, 1957-1977
Box Folder
397A 01 Zapata, Juan Medellin, 1970-1976
Subseries 5: Local Church Files, 1943-1991
Box Folder
397A 02 Albuquerque, New Mexico: El Buen Samaritano Iglesia Metodista, 1949-1952
03 Austin, Texas: Emmanuel Methodist Church, 1961-1964
04 Austin, Texas: La Iglesia Metodista Mexicana de Austin, 1952
05 Brownsville, Texas: Iglesia Metodista Unida el Buen Pastor, 1978-1979
06 Chihuahua, Chihuahua: Templo Metodista la Trinidad, 1967
07 Corpus Christi, Texas: Kelsey Memorial United Methodist Church, 1975
08 Del Rio, Texas: El Principe de Paz Iglesia Metodista Unida, 1978
09 Eagle Pass, Texas: Mexican Methodist Church, 1945-1949
10 El Paso, Texas: El Mesias Iglesia Metodista, 1961-1962
11 Los Angeles, California: La Iglesia Metodista Unida de la Plaza, 1961-1973
12 Mexico, D. F.: Gante Methodist Church, 1948
13 Mexico, D. F.: Templo Metodista de el Mesias, 1963-1973
14 Mission, Texas: El Mesias United Methodist Church, 1943-1991
15 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon: La Iglesia Metodista la Trinidad, 1960
16 New York, New York, Iglesia Metodista Grace, 1968
17 Pearsall, Texas: La Iglesia Metodista Unida San Pablo, circa 1970
18 Peralta, New Mexico: Peralta Memorial United Methodist Church, circa 1976
19 Pharr, Texas, Jackson Ranch Church, 1875, 1984
20 San Antonio, Texas: El Buen Pastor Methodist Church, 1964
21 San Antonio, Texas: La Iglesia Metodista la Trinidad, 1967
22 San Antonio, Texas: Iglesia Metodista Pollard Memorial, 1951
23 Santa Cruz, New Mexico: Santa Cruz Evangelical United Brethren Church, 1968
24 Seguin, Texas: La Iglesia Metodista la Trinidad, 1964
Subseries 6: Periodicals, 1873-1973
Box Folder
397A 25 Alborada: Publicación mensual que propugna por la pureza Escrituraria, 1949 October
26 The Christian World. American and Foreign Christian Union, 1873 September
27 El Heraldo Cristiano, 1941-1954
28 El Heraldo Mexicano, 1946, December
29 Vanguardia Juvenil. Organo de la Juventud Metodista de México, 1942 July
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398A 01 El Mensajero. Distrito de El Paso, Conferencia Mexicana de Occidente. Iglesia Metodista Episcopal del Sur, 1932
02-07 El Mensajero. Las Conferencias Mexicanas de Texas y Occidental. Iglesia Metodista Episcopal del Sur, 1932-1938
08-10 El Mensajero. La Iglesia de la Trinidad, San Antonio, Texas, 1946-1948
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398B 04 El Abogado Cristiano Ilustrado, 1907 September
05 Evangelista Mexicano Ilustrado, 1901 January
06 Evangelista Mexicano de la Iglesia Metodista de México, 1930, 1949, 1950
07 Evangelista Mexicano de la Iglesia Metodista de México, 1961, 1971, 1973
Subseries 7: Photographs, circa 1900-1985
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397B 01 Communion table, circa 1970s
02 Hill, Ben O., 1963
03 Himnario Metodista, 1973
04 Náñez, Alfredo, circa 1955-1985
05 Rio Grande Annual Conference, 1971
06 Rio Grande Annual Conference historical photographs, circa 1900-1950
07 SMU: Class reunions, 1957, 1980
08 SMU: Courses of Study Schools, 1953-1973
09 Sunday School class, circa 1970
10 Torreon, Mexico, 1920s-1930s
11 Unidentified persons and events, circa 1940-1970
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398B 08 Panoramic group photograph: unidentified event, circa 1940s-1950s
09 Panoramic group photograph: Rio Grande Annual Conference, 1976 June 12

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