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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Personal Papers, 1961-1983 and undated

Business Materials, 1975-1985 and undated

Governmental Papers, 1965-1986 and undated

Organizations - Social Service and Civil Rights, 1972-1984 and undated

Organizations - Businesses, 1975-1984 and undated

Printed Material, 1973-1984

Miscellaneous Materials, 1981-1983 and undated

Papers, 1949-1988

Miscellaneous Materials, 1976-1987 and undated

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Bidal Aguero:

An Inventory of His Papers, 1949-1988 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Aguero, Bidal, 1949-
Title: Bidal Aguero Papers,
Dates: 1949-1988 and undated
Abstract: Bidal Aguero is a Hispanic journalist and a supporter of the Lubbock Mexican-American community.
Collection # S 12.1
Quantity: 8 boxes (7.3 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Bidal Aguero was born on July 23, 1949, on the Goodnight Farm, which was located at the present-day Acuff Avenue. His parents, Ignacio and Eulalia Aguero, were from around Karnes City, Texas. His grandfather was originally from the San Antonio area, while his grandmother came from Mexico. He has two brothers, Ricardo and Jose, and two sisters, Alicia and Maria.

The Agueros were originally migrant workers from the Temple and Tyler area, following the cotton crop around Texas, before settling on the Goodnight farm. Neither of them received much education, with Mrs. Aguero reaching the third grade. The family later moved to Lubbock, where they settled in the Guadalupe neighborhood area. Bidal's father started working for the city's sanitation department. They later moved to the neighborhood north of the Clovis Highway, bounded by Avenue Q and Avenue U.

As a youth, Bidal experienced racial discrimination of the kind common to Texas in the 1950s and 1960s. Mexican Americans were banned from entering theaters, restaurants, and swimming pools. Even drinking fountains were off-limits, as fountains existed for whites and blacks, but none for Mexican Americans. Teachers often could not speak the language of the Mexican American students, so it was rare for students to graduate from high school.

Bidal attended school at North University Elementary School in Lubbock (present day Mahon Elementary). He later attended Matthews Junior High School and Lubbock High School. While at Matthews, Bidal won an election in the school band, but the band director gave the office to an Anglo student.

After being advised by his high school counselor to join the army or to be a mechanic, Bidal began attending classes at Texas Technological College (later Texas Tech University) in the fall of 1967. While there, he became active in college activities, joining a Mexican American student organization called Los Tertullianos. He became vice-president in 1970, and president in 1971. Los Tertullianos organized gatherings and seminars to encourage Mexican American students to be more active.

Bidal Aguero himself became more of an activist as a result of the 1970 Lubbock tornado. He volunteered as an emergency worker in the aftermath of the tornado. During this time, he observed that while the downtown and Lubbock Country Club areas received assistance, the Guadalupe neighborhood areas were neglected when it came to receiving relief. As a result, he left Los Tertullianos since they were more a social club. Instead, Aguero helped to found MECHA at Texas Tech, which was more activist.

Aguero graduated from Texas Tech in December 1972, with a B.A. in music education. After working for Learn-Education Talent Search for seven months, he helped found COMA (Commerciantes Organizacion Mexicano Americano), the Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce, in 1972. However, when Aguero left for the University of Wisconsin, COMA collapsed. Aguero returned with his Master's degree in December 1974, and started COMA up again in 1976.

Aguero was also heavily involved in local politics. He joined La Raza Unida Party and ran for local offices such as county commissioner. He participated in organizing protests for injustices done against Mexican Americans. Aguero was one of those who filed a lawsuit against the Lubbock Independent School District to change its method of electing school trustees. He traveled to the Middle East to meet with members of the Palestine Liberation Organization. After the end of the Raza Unida, he joined the Democratic Party.

Aguero has worked in several local social service organizations such as Defensa, Inc., Chicanos Unidos-Campensions, and Llano Estacado Farmworkers of Tejas to help such groups as migrant workers. He also worked closely with governmental groups such as the South Plains Association of Governments, the State of Texas, and the City of Lubbock. Aguero is currently publisher of one of the two weekly Spanish newspapers in Lubbock, El Editor and is a member of COMA. His papers contain records from several of these organizations, as well as his personal papers.

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Scope and Contents

The collection consists of personal, financial and business records, civil rights and social service organization materials, and government papers.

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Organization

The papers are organized into the following series:
Personal papers, 1961-1963 (Box 1)
Business materials, 1975-1985 and undated (Boxes 1-3)
Government papers, 1965-1986 and undated (Boxes 3-4)
Organizations- Social Services and Civil Rights, 1972-1984 and undated (Boxes 4-5)
Organizations- Businesses, 1975-1984 and undated (Box 5)
Printed material, 1973-1984 (Box 5)
Miscellaneous materials, 1981-1983 and undated (Box 6)
Papers, 1949-1988 and undated (Box 7)
Miscellaneous materials, 1976-1987 and undated (Box 8)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Aguero, Bidal, 1949-
Aguero, Bidal, 1949- --Archives
Subjects (Organizations)
Amigo Publications (Lubbock, Tex.)
Mexican American Chamber of Commerce(Lubbock, Tex.)
Places
Austin (Tex.)--Economic conditions
Lubbock (Tex.)--Economic conditions
Odessa (Tex.)--Economic conditions
Subjects
Boards of trade--Texas--Lubbock
Civic leaders--Texas--Lubbock
Editor (Odessa, Tex.)
Journalism--Texas--Lubbock
Mexican Americans--Texas--Lubbock
Mexican American newspapers--Texas--Lubbock
Small business--Texas--Lubbock
Spanish newspapers--Texas

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Related Material

For related materials located in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, see the following collections:

  • Seymour V. Connor Papers, 1847-1980
  • Mario Perez oral history interview [sound recording], 1976
  • Abran Flores oral history interview [sound recording], 1973
  • Frank S. Gonzalez oral history interview [sound recording], 1973

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Bidal Aguero Papers, 1949-1988 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Accession number(s):
89-0259-B

Gift, 1989

Processed by

Abel Ramirez, August 2000

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Collection Inventory

 

Personal Papers, 1961-1983 and undated

box
1 1. Correspondence, 1973-1979
(17 leaves)
2. Correspondence - Discrimination Suit, 1976
(3 leaves)
3. Correspondence - Records Access, 1979
(7 leaves)
4. Civil Service Papers, 1974
(7 leaves)
Educational Material, 1961-1976
box
1 5. Course Outline, Automotive Repair, University of Texas, undated
(66 leaves)
6. ID Card, Texas Tech University, undated
(1 item)
7. Journal Articles (Mimeographed), 1961-1966
(23 leaves)
8. Notebook, Spanish, English Classes, Texas Tech University, 1976
(80 leaves)
9. Notebook, ED 151, undated
(16 leaves)
10. Notes and Tests, ED 151, 1970 and undated,
(60 leaves)
11. Job Applications, 1975-1976 and undated
(6 leaves)
12. University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, School Records, 1973-1974
(1 leaf)
Financial Materials, 1975-1983 and undated
box
1 13. Bank Papers, Lubbock National Bank, 1980-1981
(24 leaves)
14. Bank Statements, American State Bank, 1976-1980
(21 leaves)
15. Checkbook Records, undated
(26 leaves)
16. First National Bank, Lubbock, Bank Statements, 1980-1982
(33 leaves)
17. Bills and Bills Paid, 1975-1983 and undated
(124 leaves)
18. Loans and Loan Payments, 1978-1980 and undated
(3 leaves)
19. Ledger Sheet, 1968-1970
(1 leaf)
20. W-2 Form, 1040 Tax Return, 1976
(8 leaves)
Election Materials, 1978 and undated
box
1 21. Election Flyer, 1978
(1 leaf)
22. Checkbook for Campaign Fund, 1978 and undated
(20 leaves)
Literary Productions, 1977-1981 and undated
23. Notes, `El Norteno', undated
(1 leaf)
24. Article, undated
(7 leaves)
25. Notebook, undated
(30 leaves)
26. Draft, Anti-Discrimination Housing Ordinance, undated
(10 leaves)
27. Play Translation, undated
(12 leaves)
28. Newsclippings, 1977-1981
(10 leaves)
Miscellaneous Materials, 1975-1982 and undated
box
1 29. Lubbock Warriors Boxing Program Book, 1980
(17 leaves)
30. Excerpts, We Mutually Pledge, 1977
(13 leaves)
31. Funeral Card, Ignacio Aguero, 1980
(1 leaf)
32. Autograph Page, Zeniada Aguero, undated
(1 leaf)
33. Brithday Book, Zenaida Aguero, 1975
(12 leaves)
34. Wolfforth Elementary School Yearbook, 1982
(9 leaves)

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Business Materials, 1975-1985 and undated

Amigo Enterprises, 1979-1983 and undated
Correspondence, 1979
box
1 35. U.S. Army, 1979
(3 leaves)
Financial Materials, 1978-1983
Citizen's State Bank, Slaton, 1981
box
1 36. Canceled Checks Notice, 1981
(1 leaf)
Lubbock National Bank, 1979-1981
box
1 37. Bank Statement, 1980-1981
(32 leaves)
38. Checkbook, 1981
(86 leaves)
39. Deposit Receipts, 1979-1980
(94 leaves)
Plains National Bank, 1982-1983
box
1 40. Bank Papers, 1982-1983
(4 leaves)
41. Deposit Receipts, 1982
(114 leaves)
Texas Commerce Bank, 1978-1980
box
1 42. Deposit Slips, 1978-1980
(36 leaves)
43. Federal Tax Papers, 1979-1983
(41 leaves)
Amigo Enterprises (El Portavoz), 1978-1983
Financial Materials, 1978-1983
American State Bank, 1978-1981
box
1 44. Checkbook, 1979-1981
(194 leaves)
45. Deposit Slips, 1978-1980
(232 leaves)
46. Purchase Receipts, 1980-1983
(4 leaves)
Amigo Pest Control, 1976-1981
Financial Materials, 1976-1981
box
1 47. Checkbook Leaves, 1981
(22 leaves)
48. Insurance Policies, 1976
(5 leaves)
49. Purchase Orders, 1980-1981
(3 leaves)
50. Sales Book, 1978
(52 leaves)
Texas Bank, 1976-1977
box
1 51. Bank Statement, 1976-1977
(7 leaves)
52. Licensing Papers, 1976-1977
(9 leaves)
Amigo Publications, 1977-1985 and undated
box
2 1. Address List, undated
(28 leaves)
Financial Materials, 1977-1985
box
2 2. Advertising Accounts, 1980-1981
(251 leaves)
3. Advertising Accounts, 1982
(271 leaves)
4. Advertising Accounts - City of Lubbock Ordinance Publication, 1981
(188 leaves)
5. Advertising Accounts, Notes, 1979-1985 and undated
(67 leaves)
6. Advertising Invoices, 1979
(685 leaves)
7. Advertising Invoices, 1980
(927 leaves)
8. Advertising Invoices, 1983 and undated
(9 leaves)
9. Advertising Contract, undated
(3 leaves)
American State Bank, 1977-1980
box
3 1. Bank Statements, 1977-1980
(32 leaves)
Lubbock National Bank, 1980-1981
box
3 2. Checkbook, 1980-1981
(84 leaves)
National Bank of Odessa, 1983
box
3 3. Bank Statement, 1983
(1 leaf)
Texas Commerce Bank, 1982-1983
box
3 4. Bank Papers, 1982-1983
(6 leaves)
5. Financial Reports, 1983-1984
(91 leaves)
6. Monthly Budgets, undated,
(2 leaves)
7. Payroll Reports, 1982
(27 leaves)
8. Payroll Tax Records and Papers, 1982
(8 leaves)
9. Purchase Receipts, 1981-1983
(25 leaves)
10. Subscriptions to El Editor, 1984-1985
(50 leaves)
Bidal Aguero DBA Amigo Publications, 1983-1984
Financial Material, 1983-1984
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of West Texas, 1983-1984
box
3 11. Bank Papers, 1983
(66 leaves)
12. Deposit Slips, 1983-1984
(50 leaves)
El Editor, 1975-1983 and undated
Correspondence, 1975-1983 and undated
box
3 13. Representative Kent Hance, MX Basing Proposal, undated
(38 leaves)
14. Instituto Nacional de Antropoligicae Historia, 1982
(34 leaves)
15. Letters to the Editor, undated
(4 leaves)
16. Subscription Requests, 1979-1983
(5 leaves)
17. Miscellaneous, 1975-1983 and undated
(12 leaves)
Financial Material, 1975-1983
box
3 18. Advertising Accounts, 1979
(2 leaves)
19. Business Receipts, 1975-1983
(73 leaves)
20. Ledger Pages, 1983
(11 leaves)
21. Purchase Receipts, 1980-1983
(27 leaves)
22. Purchase Receipts, Felix West Paints, 1982
(47 leaves)
23. Promotional Material, undated
(4 leaves)
24. Promotional Material, Advertising Pamphlet, undated
(1 leaf)
25. Statement of Purpose, 1979 and undated
(6 leaves)
El Portavoz, 1978-1980
Financial Material, 1978-1980
American State Bank, 1979
box
3 26. Deposit Receipts, 1979
(52 leaves)
Bank of the West, 1980
box
3 27. Bank Papers, 1980
(1 leaf)
28. Subscription Orders, 1978
(1 leaf)
La Voz de Texas, 1975-1978 and undated
Correspondence, 1976
box
3 29. Correspondence, 1976
(2 leaves)
30. Subscription Notices, 1976
(7 leaves)
Financial Material, 1975-1977 and undated
box
3 31. Advertising Receipts, 1975
(2 leaves)
32. Purchase Invoices, undated
(1 leaf)
33. Texas Bank, Bank Papers, 1977
(4 leaves)
34. Press Releases, 1976-1978
(5 leaves)
35. Promotional Material, undated
(3 leaves)
Businesses and Organizations - Press Releases and Advertising (1973-1982 and undated)
box
3 36. Superior Color, Chase Manhattan Leasing Corp., 1979-1980
(9 leaves)
37. Henry Zimmerle Enterprises, 1979
(5 leaves)
38. Monterey High School - Seniors List, 1984
(7 leaves)
39. South Plains Emergency Medical Services, Inc. 1973
(2 leaves)
40. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 1982
(4 leaves)
41. Tri-State Broadcasting Co., undated
(18 leaves)

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Governmental Papers, 1965-1986 and undated

City of Lubbock, 1973-1980 and undated
box
3 42. Bidding Contracts for Weatherization, 1982
(5 leaves)
43. Block Grant Program Bids, 1978
(1 leaf)
44. Community Development Advisory Committee Minutes, 1980
(7 leaves)
45. Community Development Block Programs, 1975-1979
(15 leaves)
46. Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973, 1973-1975
(19 leaves)
47. Fair Housing Ordinance, undated
(9 leaves)
48. Job Training Programs, undated
(130 leaves)
49. Legal Material, Marshall vs. City of Lubbock, 1977-1978
(53 leaves)
50. Map - Lubbock, Texas, Low and Moderate Income Families, 1975
(1 leaf)
51. Petition, undated
(59 leaves)
City of Slaton, undated
box
3 52. City Charter in Spanish and English, undated
(34 leaves)
Lubbock Independent School District, 1978
53. Legal Material, Desegregation Case, 1978
(36 leaves)
South Plains Association of Governments (SPAG), 1979-1986
box
3 54. Audited Financial Statement, 1979
(57 leaves)
55. Bylaws, 1979
(15 leaves)
56. Committee Membership Survey, undated
(5 leaves)
57. Correspondence, Fiscal Management, 1979-1980
(5 leaves)
58. Criminal Justice Plan, 1981
(195 leaves)
59. Criminal Justice Plans Priorities, 1981
(16 leaves)
60. Grievance Procedure Review, 1975 and undated
(71 leaves)
61. Inventory of Housing and Land Use Regulations, 1980
(22 leaves)
62. Meeting Agenda, August 12, 1980
(113 leaves)
63. Meeting Agenda Items, 1980
(57 leaves)
64. Natural Resources and Housing Advisory Committee Annual Report, 1980
(15 leaves)
65. Overall Program Designs for 1980-1982, undated
(81 leaves)
66. Personnel Policies and Procedures, 1979
(71 leaves)
67. Program Reviews, 1979-1980
(75 leaves)
68. Project Reviews and Comments, 1980
(23 leaves)
69. Project Review Policies and Procedures, 1980
(41 leaves)
box
4 1. Regional Alcohol Abuse Advisory Committee, Orientation Booklet, undated
(67 leaves)
2. South Plains Regional Plans for the Prevention, and Control of Alcohol Addiction and Abuse Draft, 1980-1986
(115 leaves)
South Plains Employment and Training Consortium, 1980-1981
box
4 3. Advisory Council Handbook, 1980
(42 leaves)
4. Planning Council Meeting, Agenda Items, 1980-1981
(29 leaves)
5. South Plains Regional Plan on Alcohol Usage, 1982-1986
(56 leaves)
6. Workshop Guide, 980
(74 leaves)
7. Water and Sewer Plans, Hockley and Yoakum Counties, 1980
(62 leaves)
State of Oregon, 1981
box
4 8. Department of Energy, Press Releases. 1981
(2 leaves)
State of Texas, 1970-1981 and undated
box
4 9. Department of Agriculture, Press Release, 1980
(1 leaf)
10. Department of Community Affairs, Request for Proposals Meeting, 1976
(11 leaves)
Department of Human Resources, 1981
box
4 11. Home Energy Assistance Program, 1981
(51 leaves)
12. Summer Food Service Program, 1978
(101 leaves)
13. Department of Public Welfare, Pamphlet on Services, undated
(21 leaves)
14. Department of Public Welfare, Social Services Program, 1978-1979
(95 leaves)
15. Senate Education Committee, 1975
(12 leaves)
Texas Migrant Council, undated
box
4 16. Booklet, undated
(4 leaves)
17. Self-Evaluation, undated
(39 leaves)
18. Texas Minimum Wage Act, 1970
(2 leaves)
State of Wisconsin, 1972-1973
box
4 19. Department of Health and Social Service, 1973
(7 leaves)
20. Department of Industry, Labor, and Human Relations, Booklets, 1972 and undated
(59 leaves)
United States Government, 1974-1983 and undated
box
4 21. Consumer Information Center - Booklet, 1974
(3 leaves)
Department of Commerce, 1976-1981
box
4 22. Bureau of the Census, 1980 Census of Population and Housing, Texas, 1981
(3 leaves)
23. Office of Minority Business Enterprise, Progress Report, 1975
(12 leaves)
24. Department of Defense - Printed Material, Hispanics in America's Defense, 1983
(86 leaves)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1969-1975
box
4 25. Central Processing Dysfunctions in Children: A Review of Research, 1969
(82 leaves)
26. Press Release, 1975
(16 leaves)
27. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Correspondence, 1979
(2 leaves)
28. Department of Labor, Pamphlets, 1968-1975
(8 leaves)
29. Office of Management and Budget, A-95: What It Is - How It Works, 1976
(25 leaves)
30. Reagan's Speech to the Organization of American States, 1982
(12 leaves)
SER - Jobs for Progress, 1978 and undated
box
4 31. Awards Banquet: Lubbock Chapter, 1978
(4 leaves)
32. Job Bank Applications, undated
(5 leaves)
33. News Release, undated
(1 leaf)
34. Southwest Federal Regional Council, Greeting to IMAGE Council, 1976
(1 leaf)
35. Veterans Administration, 1981
(2 leaves)

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Organizations - Social Service and Civil Rights, 1972-1984 and undated

box
4 36. Becos Para Aztlan, Health Program Proposal, 1977 and undated
(34 leaves)
37. Catholic Family Services, Lubbock, News Release, 1984
(1 leaf)
38. Center for the Study of Student Citizenship, Vanderbilt University, Pamphlet, 1972
(3 leaves)
39. Central Plains Community Action Program, CETA Work Program, Hale and Garza Counties, undated
(16 leaves)
Citizens Alliance for Successful Schools, 1978
box
4 40. Press Release, 1978
(20 leaves)
41. Roster List, 1978
(6 leaves)
Chicano Unidos - Campensions, 1974-1979 and undated
box
4 42. Bylaws and Historical Overview, undated
(10 leaves)
43. Invoice, 1979
(1 leaf)
44. Loan Request to Presbyterian Church, 1979
(10 leaves)
45. Project Atras, 1974-1978 and undated
(48 leaves)
46. Program Budget, 1978-1979 and undated
(18 leaves)
47. Tax Rulings, 1972-1974
(4 leaves)
48. Colonias de Valle, Inc., Manual for Energy Conservation Program, undated
(50 leaves)
49. Committee for the Development of Mass Communications, Pamphlet for Corrido, undated
(1 leaf)
50. Council of La Raza, Address before the Board of Directors, 1979
(5 leaves)
Defensa, Inc., 1975-1983 and undated
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4 51. Bylaws, 1981
(4 leaves)
52. General Report, 1978
(5 leaves)
53. Minutes, 1982-1983 and undated
(10 leaves)
54. Personnel Policies, undated
(16 leaves)
55. Project Funding Records, 1977-1985 and undated
(83 leaves)
56. Program Budgets, 1978-1979 and undated
(36 leaves)
57. Tax Documents, 1975-1976
(3 leaves)
58. Defensa, Inc., and Chicanos Unidos-Campensions, Rest Station Project, 1978-1979 and undated
(32 leaves)
59. District of Columbia School Board - Frank Shaffer-Corona, Correspondence, 1978-1980
(6 leaves)
60. Education Equality Project, Vanderbilt University, School Desegregation Workbook, 1982
(128 leaves)
61. El Centro de Informacion Para Asuntas Migratorios y Frontizeros, Information Bulletin, 1980
(5 leaves)
62. El Taller Cultural, Correspondence, Memos, and Newsletter, 1977-1978
(7 leaves)
63. Estudiantes Chicanos Unidos de Tejas, Conference Evaluation, undated
(3 leaves)
64. Ford Foundation, Report on Fellowships for Minorities, 1973
(12 leaves)
65. Hispanic American-Mexican Commission, Press Release, 1980
(2 leaves)
Hispanic Policy Development Project, 1983
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4 66. Call For Proposals, 1983
(1 leaf)
67. News Announcement, 1983
(1 leaf)
68. Institute for Educational Leadership, Seminar and Grant Papers, 1983
(15 leaves)
69. Joint Strategy Action Committee, Hispanic American Ministries, Unidad Hispana Plans, 1980
(4 leaf)
70. La Causa Legal Defense Fund, Los Tres Protest Materials, 1976
(3 leaves)
71. Land Rights Council, Tierra y Libertad Conference, Press Release, 1979
(1 leaf)
72. Latin Bilingual Bicultural Education Conference, Wisconsin, Correspondence and Papers, 1973-1974
(18 leaves)
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), 1975-1982
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4 73. Correspondence, 1981 Election, 1981
(1 leaf)
74. Fandango Jalapeno Program, 1982
(4 leaves)
75. National Development, Reception Invitation, 1976
(1 leaf)
76. LEARN Education Talent Serarch, Correspondence, 1975
(3 leaves)
Llano Estacado Farmworkers of Tejas, 1976-1978 and undated
box
4 77. Program Proposals, undated
(9 leaves)
78. Summer Youth Programs, 1976-1978 and undated
(146 leaves)
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5 1. Lubbock Centro Aztlan, Community Education Project, 1979
(7 leaves)
2. Lubbock Relocation and Redevelopment Program, 1979 and undated
(15 leaves)
3. Marcha Para Justicia, Frank Hays Case, 1976
(1 leaf)
4. National Association of Farmworkers, Energy Task Force Budget, 1978
(12 leaves)
5. National Council of La Raza, Convention Materials, undated
(33 leaves)
6. National Hispanic Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1983
(28 leaves)
7. National Land for People, Reclamation Pamphlet 2, 1979
(12 leaves)
8. National Organization of Women, Press Release, 1974
(7 leaves)
9. Oblate College of the Southwest, 2nd Annual San Antonio Chicano Film Festival, 1977
(1 item, 7 leaves)
10. Palo Duro Legal Aid, Committee Report, 1976
(6 leaves)
11. Partido Socialista de Los Trabajadores, Declaracion de Laredo, 1980
(1 leaf)
12. Project REACH, Agriculture Feasability Study, New York State, undated
(22 leaves)
13. Ramsey Muniz Leagal Defense Fund, Instruction Sheet, undated
(1 leaf)
Raza Unida Party, 1971-1979 and undated
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5 14. Correspondence, 1971-1978 and undated
(31 leaves)
15. Constitution, undated
(13 leaves)
Election Materials, 1971-1978 and undated
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5 16. 1971 Convention Platform, 1971
(20 leaves)
17. Notes, 1976-1978 and undated
(11 leaves)
18. Lubbock 1978 Primary Election Returns, 1978
(26 leaves)
19. Primary Manual, undated
(70 leaves)
20. Primary Petitions, 1978
(6 leaves)
21. Registered Voter List, 1976
(50 leaves)
Financial Materials, 1976-1979 and undated
box
5 22. Expenses and Bills, 1976-1979 and undated
(26 leaves)
Lubbock National Bank, 1978-1979
box
5 23. Bank Papers, 1978
(3 leaves)
24. Checkbook and Cancelled Checks, 1978-1979
(171 leaves)
25. Checkbook and Cancelled Checks, 1979
(92 leaves)
26. Primary Fund, Bank Statements, 1978
(2 leaves)
27. Invitation Flyer, undated
(1 leaf)
28. Palestine Trip Delegate List, undated
(11 leaves)
29. Press Release, 1980 and undated
(3 leaves)
30. State Committee Notices, 1976-1978
(18 leaves)
31. Sixteenth Street Community Health Center, Pamphlet, undated
(5 leaves)
32. South Plains Health Systems, Bylaws, 1977
(15 leaves)
33. Southwest Network, Causa de La Raza, 1973
(75 leaves)
34. Student Coalition Against Racism, Houston, Flyer, undated
(1 leaf)
Texas Tech University - Student Organizations, 1969-1975 and undated
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5 35. Los Chicanos Club, State Conference Evaluation, 1975
(8 leaves)
Los Tertulianos, 1969-1970 and undated
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5 36. Banner Design, undated
(1 leaf)
37. Contracts, La Ventana, 1970
(2 leaves)
38. Membership List, 1969 and undated
(4 leaves)
39. Organizational Papers, 1969 and undated
(5 leaves)
40. Schedules and Meetings, 1970
(2 leaves)
41. Scrapbook, 1969
(35 leaves)
42. MECHA, Announcement of Old Age Assistance Program, undated
(3 leaves)
43. Urban and Minority Education Seminar, Washington, D.C., 1983
(159 leaves)
44. Voter Drive Conference, Bank Papers, 1979
(1 leaves)

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Organizations - Businesses, 1975-1984 and undated

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5 45. Brown Pages Chicano Business Directory, undated
(1 leaf)
Camera de Comercio Mexico - Americana de Plainview (CCMAP) (1976 and undated)
box
5 46. Meeting Programs, undated
(2 leaves)
47. News Clippings, 1976
(3 leaves)
48. Cen-Tex Mexican American Chamber of Commerce, Newsletter, 1976
(1 leaf)
Comerciantes Organizados Mexicanos Americanos (COMA), 1975-1984 and undated
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5 49. Correspondence, 1976 and undated
(2 leaves)
50. Articles of Incorporation, 1975
(5 leaves)
51. Financial Material, Tax Delinquency Notice, 1976
(1 leaf)
52. Installation and Banquet Program, 1978-1981 and undated
(9 leaves)
53. La Senorita Pageant Program, 1980
(13 leaves)
54. Meeting Agenda, 1976 and undated
(5 leaves)
55. Member's Biographical Information, undated
(2 leaves)
56. Newsclipping, 1976
(1 leaf)
57. Newsletter and News Releases, 1975-1984 and undated
(8 leaves)
58. Phone Directory, 1977-1978
(46 leaves)
Dallas Mexican Chamber of Commerce, 1972-1977
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5 59. 1972-1973 Annual Report, 1973
(3 leaves)
60. Bylaws, undated
(13 leaves)
61. Newsletters, 1975-1976
(3 leaves)
62. Pamphlets, 1975 and undated
(3 leaves)
63. Production Report, 1977
(1 leaf)
Fiesta `79, 1975-1980
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5 64. Correspondence, 1975
(6 leaves)
65. Minutes and Notes of Board Meetings, 1975
(1 item, 17 leaves)
66. Statement of Expenditures and Revenues, 1980
(7 leaves)
67. Speeches, 1975
(4 leaves)
68. IMAGE, Program for National Convention, 1976
(19 leaves)
69. Lubbock Law Enforcement Lion's Club, Drug Manual, 1981
(49 leaves)
Mexican American Chamber of Commerce, Fort Worth, 1975-1976 and undated
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5 70. Directory, 1976
(8 leaves)
71. News Letter and News Notices, 1975 and undated
(3 leaves)
72. Mexican American Chamber of Commerce, Travis County, Correspondence, 1976
(1 leaf)
73. Mexican American Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., Meeting Itinerary, 1976
(1 leaf)
74. National Association of Hispanic Publications, Articles of Incorporation, undated
(2 leaves)
75. Southwest Network, Directorio Chicano Directory, 1975
(7 leaves)
Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce, 1975-1978 and undated
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5 76. Correspondence, 1976 and undated
(4 leaves)
77. Advertising Contracts, 1976
(13 leaves)
78. Convention Program, 1978
(12 leaves)
79. History and Constitution, 1977 and undated
(26 leaves)
80. Meeting Packet, 1975
(6 leaves)
81. Program Paste-Ups and Notes, 1975-1976 and undated
(19 leaves)
82. Texas Mexican Chamber of Commerce, Budget, undated
(1 leaf)

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Printed Material, 1973-1984

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5 83. ABC, International Edition, No. 1763, October 18, 1983
(19 leaves)
84. Directory of Mexican American Organizations, 1974
(7 leaves)
85. El Bautista Mexicano, Vol 45, no. 7, July 1983
(28 leaves)

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Miscellaneous Materials, 1981-1983 and undated

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6 1. Bumper Stickers, undated
(23 items)
2. Buttons, undated
(16 items)
3. Iron-on Transfers 1981-1983 and undated
(6 leaves)
4. Poetry on Construction Paper, undated
(2 leaves)
5. Posters, 1982 and undated
(2 items)
6. Transparencies for Newspapers, undated
(4 leaves)

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Papers, 1949-1988

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7 1. Advertiser's List-Lubbock, Undated
2. Advertiser's List-Odessa and Other Texas Cities, Undated
3. Advertiser's List for Special Editions, Undated
4. Advertising Package, 1986
5. Advertising Rates, 1986 and Undated
6. Publisher's Affidavit for Amigo Publications, July 10, 1978
7. Bidal Aguero-Birth Certificate, 1949
8. Outgoing Letters Files for Information on Freedom of Information Act, Undated
9. Bidal Aguero-County Commissioner Campaign, 1978
10. Discrimination Suit Against SPAG, 1976
11. Story of Founding of El Editor (Copy), Undated
12. Garnett Scholarship Selection Committee Statement, Undated
13. Lubbock Jaycees-Annual Distinguished Service Award Application, 1977
14. Bidal Aguero-Resumes, 1977-1985 and Undated
15. Texas Tech Graduate School-Letters of Recommendation and Acceptance, 1979
16. USA Amateur Boxing Federation-Membership Renewal, November 3, 1986
17. IRS Employer's Quarterly Report, Mar. 3, 1983-June 30, 1984
18. Amigo Enterprises-Loan Application, January 11, 1982
19. Amigo Pest Control, 1977-1980
20. Anheuser-Busch/Lift-Texas Hispanic Scholarship Pilot Program, 1981
21. Arnett Benson Neighborhood Council, Undated
22. Artesia Media Brokers (Hollywood, CA), Jan. 24, 1985
23. Austin ADI Hispanic Market-Survey of the Hispanic Consumer, 1986
(3 Copies)
24. Banco de Comida (Food Bank)-Proposal to Presbyterian Hunger Program, 1984
25. LULAC and Southwestern Bell Telephone-BEST (Basic Employment Skills Training) Program, Undated
26. Business Directory Promotion, February 13, 1985
27. Brazos Offset Printing (Slaton, TX), 1984
28. South Plains Employment and Training Consortium-CETA Summer Youth Employment Program Handbooks, Applications and Time Sheets, 1981
29. Chase Manhattan Contracts, 1977-1979
30. Chicaclos - A Christmas Essay, Undated
31. Chicanos Unidos-Campesinos, Inc. (Muleshoe, TX), 1978-86
32. Verified Audit Circulation, 1986
33. COMA: Cinco de Mayo Celebration-Ads for Programs, 1985
34. COMA: Programs for Annual Installation and Awards Banquets, 1977-1978
35. COMA: Cinco de Mayo Celebration-Scholarship Pageant Entry Forms, 1985
36. COMA-Letters and Minutes, 1976-1987
37. COMA-Directory Bid, September 1986
38. COMA-Membership Lists, 1979 and Undated
39. Comte de Soporte-Texas Farm Workers Union, May 1979
40. Community Development/Block Grants-Bureau of National Affairs (Washington, D. C.), 1976-1977
41. Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Technologia, Undated
42. Incoming Mail for Bidal Aguero, 1977-1987
43. Incoming Mail for El Editor, 1985-1986 and Undated
44. Incoming Mail for Olga Riojas, 1985-1987
45. Outgoing Mail from Bidal Aguero, 1978-1980
46. Outgoing Mail from El Editor, 1981-1988
47. Outgoing Mail from El Editor, February-August, 1985
48. Outgoing Mail from Olga Riojas, 1985-1987
49. Outgoing Mail from El Editor, Undated
50. R. A. Cuellar & Associates-List of Fees and Other Items Needed for Loan Application, 1985 and Undated
51. Writings of Karl Marx, Voice of the ICC, and Other Marxist Propaganda, 1975-1982
52. Spanish, Bilingual and Marxist Newspapers-Texas and U. S. Southwest, 1976-1985

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Miscellaneous Materials, 1976-1987 and undated

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8 1. Correspondence, 1977-1987 and undated
Literary Production
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8 2. Hispanic Market Survey, 1986
Newsclippings
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8 3. Entertainment, 1987 and undated
4. Miscellaneous, undated
5. Politics, 1987 and undated
6. Scenes of Lubbock, undated
7. Sports, 1986-1987 and undated
Printed Material
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8 8. Brochures, 1977 and undated
9. Church Bulletin, 1986
10. Memos and Newsletters, 1984-1987 and undated
11. Newspapers, 1981
12. Texas Tech Program pages, undated
Scrapbook material
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8 13. Cards, 1987 and undated
14. Jim Bob Darnell, undated
15. Mailing Lists, undated
16. Miscellaneous, 1976-1986 and undated
17. Photographs, Roger Cortez, undated

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