The Benson Latin American Collection

George I. Sánchez Papers, 1919-1986



Collection Summary

Creator: Sánchez, George I., 1906-1972
Title: George I. Sánchez Papers
Dates: 1919-1986
Abstract: The personal and professional papers of Mexican American educator, writer, and civil rights activist George I. Sánchez. Correspondence, written works, speeches and interviews, photographs, and reference materials document Sánchez's career as an educator in New Mexico and Texas, his involvement with organizations such as the American Council of Spanish-speaking People, the University of Texas, and the League of United Latin American Citizens, and his activism against the segregation of Mexican American schoolchildren in the southwestern United States.
Accession No. 1983-30
OCLC Record No. 23866736
Quantity: 45 linear feet
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

George I. Sánchez, writer, educator, and civil rights advocate, was born Jorge Isidoro Sánchez y Sánchez on October 4, 1906, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The son of Telésforo and Juliana Sánchez, he attended elementary and secondary public schools in New Mexico and worked as a school teacher, principal, and superintendent while earning his BA from the University of New Mexico (1930). Sánchez received his Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology and Spanish from the University of Texas in 1931, and his Doctor of Education degree from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1934. During his graduate studies Sánchez also served as Director of the Division of Information and Statistics in the New Mexico State Department of Education. Sánchez was married to Virginia Romero, with whom he had two children, in 1925, and to Luisa G. Guerrero in 1947.

In 1940 Sánchez moved to Texas where he would stay as professor in the Department of History and Philosophy of Education and consultant in Latin American Education at the University of Texas until his death in 1972. A noted academic, activist, and prolific writer, Sánchez served as Asesor Técnico General of the Ministerio de Educación Nacional of Venezuela in 1937-1938, president of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) from 1941-1942, president of the Council on Education of Spanish-speaking People in the Southwest from 1945 to 1950, and director of the American Council of Spanish-speaking People from 1951 to 1959. He was closely involved with the Central Texas Affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, John F. Kennedy's Citizens' Committee for a New Frontier Policy in the Americas, the Migrant Children's Fund, the National Council of Agricultural Life and Labor, the Texas Council on Human Relations, the United States Peace Corps, and the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs among many other organizations. Sánchez also served as an expert witness in many legal cases regarding segregation in education, notably the Delgado v. Bastrop Independent School District case. He was the author of numerous articles, reviews, and monographs, and is most well known for his book Forgotten People: A Study of New Mexicans published in 1940.

George I. Sánchez died on April 5, 1972. Among many honors in his memory, the National Education Association sponsored the George I. Sánchez Memorial Award to recognize him as the "father of the movement for quality education for Mexican-Americans"; the United States Office of Education named a work section and a room in the new United States Office of Education Building for him; schools in Houston, San Antonio, and Austin, Texas, were named for him; and in 1995 the University of Texas rededicated its Education Building as the George I. Sánchez Building.


Scope and Contents Note

Biographical records, correspondence and related documents, written works, speeches and interviews, photographs, and reference files, 1919-1986, represent the personal and professional life of Mexican American educator and civil rights activist George I. Sánchez. The papers are arranged into eight series.

The first series,    General and Biographical (1919-1986, 5 inches), includes records documenting Sánchez's education and professional history. These include, among others, Sánchez's high school yearbook, grade transcipts, a series of resumés, newspaper clippings, and honors given to him both during his life and after his death.

The most extensive series, Series II:    Correspondence and Subject Files (1931-1972, 26 linear feet) includes letters written to Sánchez and copies of letters from him as well as attached and related documents. Sánchez was a prolific letter writer and these files document his personal and professional interaction with his cultural and academic communities. Correspondence and Subject Files are arranged alphabetically by correspondent/subject and chronologically within folders.

Major correspondents include cultural and political figures Chris Aldrete, Roger Baldwin of the American Civil Liberties Union, Gus C. García, Hector García of the American G.I. Forum, lawyer M.C. Gonzales, Ed Idar, A.L. Wirin, and Senator Ralph Yarborough. Scholars and researchers well represented include A.L. Campa, Pedro Cebollero, Ernesto Galarza, Robert C. Jones, Julian Samora, Lyle Saunders, Brice Sewell, and Clarice Whittenburg. Some written works by these individuals or publications from organizations may also be found in Series VI: Reference Materials.

Materials documenting Sánchez's activities at the    University of Texas at Austin comprise a large sub-series of the Correspondence and Subject Files.

Sánchez's literary production is represented in Series III:    Written Works (1931-1971, 4 linear feet). Here articles and monographs are arranged alphabetically by form in three categories: published articles and reprints; monographs; and manuscript (draft) and unpublished works. Many works may appear in different forms in both the Articles and Reprints and the Manuscripts sub-series.

Series IV is divided into two sub-series:    Speeches and Interviews (1931-1970, 8 linear inches). Speeches include typed or written copies of talks and other presentations given by Sánchez. The Interviews subseries includes published versions of interviews with Sánchez. Also included is a phonodisc featuring Sánchez speaking on behalf of the Ralph Yarborough Senate re-election campaign in 1958. This series is arranged chronologically.

Many images in Series V:    Photographs (1930s-1966, 14 linear inches) show substandard schools for Mexican American children or migrant worker camps. A web-site including digital versions of 465 of these photographs can be found online at the University of Texas General Libraries' Digitization of the Photographs from the George Isidore Sánchez Papers page. Other photographs in this series include a handfull of images of Sánchez, photographs for Sánchez publications, photographs by Russell Lee, and portraits of participants in the University of Texas Guatemalan Teachers Project.

Series VI:    Reference Materials (6.5 linear feet) includes documents collected by Sánchez that provide reference information about subjects, individuals, or organizations in which he had an interest. These documents include card files and other bibliographies, publications dealing with Native Americans, reports on education in New Mexico, papers edited by Sánchez, and works on Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela among others. A full subject and bibliographic list of these reference materials is available at the Benson Latin American Collection library.

Series VII:    Oversized Materials (3 boxes), contains various publications, photographs, and documents that due to their size had to be separated from the rest of the collection for proper storage.

The final series,    Restricted Materials (5 linear inches), contains items that are not available to the public due to concerns of privacy and confidentiality. These materials are comprised largely of employee records and student grades.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Some student and employment materials may be restricted due to concerns about privacy and confidentiality.

Restrictions on Use

Standard copyright restrictions apply.


Index Terms

The following terms are searchable as subjects in the University of Texas library catalog UTNetCat.
Author:
Sánchez, George I., 1906-1972
Organizations:
American Civil Liberties Union
American Council of Spanish-Speaking People
American G.I. Forum
League of United Latin American Citizens
Peace Corps (U.S.)
Southwest Council on Education of Spanish-Speaking People
Texas Council on Human Relations
University of Texas. College of Education
University of Texas. Institute of Latin-American Studies
Subjects:
Aliens, Illegal--United States
Discrimination in education--Southwest, New
Discrimination in education--Texas
Education--Latin America
Mexican Americans--Legal status, laws, etc.
Education, Bilingual--United States
Navajo Indians
Other Correspondents:
Aldrete, Cristobal
Baldwin, Roger Nash, 1884-
Campa, Arthur L. (Arthur Leon), 1905-1978
Cebollero, Pedro Angel, 1896-
Galarza, Ernesto, 1905-
Garcia, Hector P., d. 1996
Idar, Eduardo
Samora, Julian, 1920-
Saunders, Lyle, 1907-
Sewell, Brice H.
Whittenburg, Clarice
Wirin, Arthur L.
Yarborough, Ralph Webster, 1903-

Separated Material

Many books and periodicals from Sánchez's library were separated, cataloged, and placed into the general collection at the Benson Latin American Collection. Some materials printed on acidic paper were photocopied and separated from the collection for preservation purposes. These items may be located in a separate box.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: George I. Sánchez Papers, Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Preliminary processing of the collection was accomplished in the 1990s while final arrangement and description was not completed until 2003. While the original order given to the papers by Sánchez was preserved, box and folder numbers and in limited cases folder titles may have changed during final processing.


Bibliography

Paredes, Américo. Humanidad: Essays in Honor of George I. Sánchez. Monograph No. 6, Chicano Studies Center Publications. Los Angeles: University of California, 1977.

Romo, Ricardo. "George I. Sanchez and the Civil Rights Movement: 1940-1960." La Raza Law Journal 1 (fall 1986): 342-362.


Box and Folder Inventory

 

I. General and Biographical, 1919-1986

box folder
1 1 "The Mucker," Jerome, Arizona, High School Yearbook, 1919-1920
2 University of California, Berkely, Commencement Program, 1934
3 "Programme of the Final Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Education" of George I. Sánchez, 1934
4 The Gateway Gear [Laredo] Program, George I. Sánchez speaker, 1941
5 School Transcripts, 1942
6 Biographical Data, 1943-1965
Biographical Datasheets:
7 N.d. [c.1944]
8 to April 1946
9 to 31 December 1946
10 to 31 December 1949
11 to 31 December 1952
12 to 31 December 1960
13 to 31 December 1963
14 to 1965
15 to 1 September 1966
16 University of Texas Information Sheet, 1949
17 Grand Jury Term, 1956
18 Personal Clippings, 1934-1970
19 Sánchez in Various Publications, 1962, N.d.
20 Certificates, 1952, 1967, 1970, N.d.
21 National Directory of Latin Americanists Entry, 1971
22 University of Texas Death Announcement, 1972
23 George I. Sánchez Elementary School Dedication, 1977
23 George I. Sánchez and the Civil Rights Movement: 1940-1960, 1986
Various Financial Documents:
25 1953-1964
26 1961-1967



 

II. Correspondence and Subject Files, 1931-1972

box folder
2 1 A–Ac [various]
2 Abram White Community and Health Foundation Inc., 1968-1972
3 Acevedo, Joel R., 1949-1951
4 Ad–Al [various]
5 Adams State College (Colorado), 1954-1962
AFL - CIO:
6 1959-1965
7 1966-1971
8 Alaska, 1960-1971, N.d.
9 Aldrete, Cristóbal P., 1947-1968, N.d.
10 Alford, Harold J., 1971-1972
Alianza Hispano-Americana:
11 1952-1955
12 1956-1959, N.d.
13 Alice ISD, 1956
14 Alm, Richard S., 1961-1962
15 Am [various]
16 American Association of University Professors, 1962, 1969
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU):
17 Baldwin, Roger, 1942-1945
18 Baldwin, Roger, 1946-1949
19 Baldwin, Roger, 1950-1952
20 Baldwin, Roger, 1953-1957
box folder
3 1 Rundquist, George E., 1949-1951
2 General Correspondence A-Z, 1945-1965
3 El Paso Meeting - Correspondence A-Z, 1951
4 Printed Material, 1961-1968, N.d.
American Council of Spanish Speaking People (ACSSP):
5 Correspondence - Sánchez, 1951-1957
6 Correspondence - Board of Directors, 1951-1954
7 Correspondence - Mexican American Council of Chicago, 1952-1954
8 Correspondence - National Congress of American Indians, 1952
9 Correspondence - Other, 1951-1953
10 Certified Copy of Charter, 1952
11 Bylaws, 1951
12 Board Minutes, Lists, etc., 1951-1953
13 Newsletter, 1953
14 Patrons, 1951-1952
15 Publicity, 1951-1952
16 Returned Ballots, N.d.
17 Legal Documents, Cases, 1953, N.d.
box folder
4 1 Financial - IRS Correspondence, 1952-1956, N.d.
2 Financial - IRS Records, 1952-1957
3 Financial Statements, 1951-1954
4 Finance - Audit Reports, 1952-1956
5 Finance - Furniture, 1951-1956
box folder
6 1-5 Financial Documents [bank statements, checks, bills, ledger]
box folder
4 6 American Educational Studies Association (AESA), 1969
7 American Friends Service Committee, 1957-1958
American GI Forum:
8 Casillas, Richard M., 1955-1958
9 García, Hector, 1948-1955
10 García, Hector, 1956-1968
11 Idar, Ed, 1950-1955
12 Ramos, Rudy, 1964-1967
13 Other Correspondence, 1952-1957
14 Other Correspondence [not Sánchez], 1950-1953
15 Gus García and Ed Idar Statement, N.d.
16 Printed Material, 1949-1954
17 American Jewish Congress, 1948-1953
18 American Unity, 1957-1958
box folder
5 1 American University, 1963-1965
2 Americans of Mexican Ancestry (AMA) International, 1963-1964
3 Ammons, A.D., 1947
4 An–Ap [various]
5 Andersson, Theodore, 1957-1967
6 Angel, Frank, 1948-1972
7 Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, 1950-1951, 1969
8 Ar–Az [various]
Arithmetic in Maya:
9 Correspondence, 1956-1960
10 Correspondence, 1961-1962
11 Correspondence, 1963-1968, N.d.
12 Correspondence - Reviews, 1961-1962
13 Correspondence - Book Orders, 1961-1972
14 Arizona Council for Civic Unity, 1950
Arizona State College:
15 1954-1957
16 1958-1960
17 Arizona – Pinal County School Superintendent Mary O'Brien, 1955, 1965
18 Arizona – Other, 1955-1965
19 Arquin, Florence, 1947-1963
box folder
7 1 Asociación Nacional Mexicana Americana, 1949
2 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1955-1958
Austin Community Guidance Center:
3 Correspondence, 1964-1965
4 Constitution, Meeting Minutes, Budgets, 1964-1965
5 Austin – Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1966
Austin Evaluation Center:
6 Correspondence and Other, 1969-1972
7 Meeting Minutes, 1966-1967
8 Meeting Minutes, 1968-1969
9 Meeting Minutes, 1970-1971
10 Austin Public Schools, 1955-1971
11 Austin Schools, N.d.
12 Ba–Ban [various]
13 Baker, Raymond V., 1964
14 Bar–Bau [various]
15 Barber, H.L., 1947-1952
16 Be [various]
Bedichek, Lillian Greer (Mrs. Roy):
17 Correspondence, 1941-1959
box folder
8 1 Drafts and Notes of Nuestra España, N.d.
2 Beeville Public Schools, 1945
3 Belgium, 1967-1972
4 Benjamin, Harold, 1946-1971
5 Benson, Nettie Lee, 1943-1964. N.d.
6 Bi–Bl [various]
Bishops’ Committee for the Spanish Speaking (Corpus Christi):
7 Radtke, T.J., 1950-1952
8 Other, 1947, 1968
9 Bittinger, Vivian S., 1961
10 Black, Hugh C., 1949-1968
11 Bo [various]
12 Board of National Missions of the United Presbyterian Church, 1948-1967
13 Bowden, A. O., 1941-1943
14 Br [various]
15 Braniff Airways, 1946-1950
16 Brickman, William W., 1963-1968
17 Bu–By [various]
18 Buchanan, John P., 1949-1966
19 Bunn, Charles, 1942-1948
Bunn Fund:
20 Austin Latin American Community Center, 1942-1943
21 Barclas Community Center, 1942-1943
22 San Cristobal Valley School, 1942
23 Santa Cruz, 1942-1943
24 Other, 1942-1946
25 Bush, George H.W., 1967-1968
box folder
9 1 Ca–Cam [various]
2 Cadena, Carlos, 1953-1955, N.d.
3 Calderón, Miguel G., 1948-1950
4 California Rural Legal Assistance, 1969
5 California Universities (Various), 1965-1971
6 California – Other, 1965-1970
7 Calvin Horn Publisher, Inc., 1969-1971
Campa, Arthur L.:
8 1941
9 1942-1943
10 1946-1948
11 1949-1951
12 1953-1963
13 1964-1969, N.d.
14 Manuscript Materials, N.d.
15 Galley Proofs, 1942
16 Campbell, Robert F. and June Emerson, 1947-1948
17 Campos, Gonzalo, 1960
18 Can–Caz [various]
19 Canales, J. T., 1943
20 Carnegie Corporaton of New York, 1964
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace:
21 Shotwell, James T., 1941
22 Shotwell, James T., 1942-1945
23 Other Correspondence, 1941-1943
box folder
10 1 Carrizo Springs ISD, 1955
2 Carter, Rev. John Paul, 1957
3 Casso, Ramiro R., 1962-1968
4 Castañeda, Carlos, 1942-1950
5 Catholic Social Action, 1951
6 Catholic Youth Center (Pueblo, Colorado), 1952-1953
7 Ce–Ch [various]
8 Cebollero, Pedro, 1941-1965
9 Center for Education in a Bilingual Environment, N.d.
10 Chávez, Daniel D., 1963-1970
11 Chávez, Dennis, 1948-1957
12 Chávez, Tibo J., 1951-1955
13 Childhood Education, 1957-1958
14 Ci–Cl [various]
15 CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1948-1955
16 City of Austin (Tex.), 1963-1970
17 Clinchy, Ross, 1952-1954
18 Close-up Program, 1971
19 Co [various]
20 Cole, Stewart G., 1946-1951
21 College Study and Intergroup Relations, 1946-1950
Colorado Latin-American Conference:
22 Correspondence, 1952-1958
23 Printed Material, N.d.
24 Colorado State College of Education, 1948
box folder
11 1 Colorado State Department of Education, 1957-1959
2 Colorado – Other, 1948, 1959, 1970, N.d.
3 Common Council for American Unity – Common Ground, 1949-1954
4 Community Council of Austin and Travis County, 1947-1948
5 Comparative Education, 1965-1966
6 Comparative Educational Administration, 1960-1961
7 Conde, Carlos, 1970-1971
8 Connally, John (Governor of Texas), 1963-1967
9 Cooper, James G., 1958-1962
10 Coronet Instructional Films, 1949-1950, 1965
11 Cox, Jack, 1961-1962
12 Cr–Cu [various]
13 Cranford, Peter G., 1948-1966
14 Cranford-Sánchez Animated and Live Action Sound Motion Pictures Method for Teaching Languages, 1946-1949
15 Crystal City, Texas, 1960
16 Cunningham, Arthur, 1947-1948
17 Cuthbertson, Stuart, 1946-1948
Cutright, Prudence:
18 Correspondence, 1942-1944
19 Contract and Manuscript, 1941-1944
box folder
12 1 Da [various]
2 Danciger, Jack, 1952-1953
3 Daniel, Price, 1948-1964
4 Davis, Roy Tasco, 1945-1951
5 De [various]
6 De Anda, James, 1956-1967
7 Del Rio ISD, 1948-1949
8 Delaney, Eleanor C., 1942-1958
9 Dent, Charles, 1964-1966
10 Development of Higher Education in Mexico - Correspondence, 1945, 1970
11 Di–Do [various]
12 Dimmit County Schools Segregation, N.d.
13 Dobie, J. Frank, 1959-1960
14 Dombrowski, James A., 1950-1957
15 Dr–Dy [various]
16 Drake, William E., 1968-1970
17 Duplán, Luis, 1945-1948
18 Ea–Ed [various]
19 Edgewood ISD, 1950
20 Educational Projects Incorporated, 1967
21 Educational Testing Service, 1965-1971
22 Eg–El [various]
23 El Paso Public Schools, 1949-1950
Elam, W. N. (U.S. Office of Education):
24 Correspondence, 1947-1950
25 Printed Material, 1947-1948
26 Elliot, Adela, 1950-1951
27 Em–En [various]
28 Embree, Edwin R. [Julius Rosenwald Fund], 1945-1948
29 Embry, Olga Lasso de [Mrs. James G.], 1946-1947
box
13 Engagements [in chronological order]:
1 1940-1941, 1950-1951
2 University of Redlands (Cal.), July 1950
3 1955
4 1956
5 2nd Annual Workshop in Cultural Relations, Denver (Col.), May 1956
6 Workshop on the Education of Migrant Children, June-July 1956
7 1957-1958
8 Council on Spanish American Work, January 1957
9 Fisk University, Nashville (Tenn.), July 1957
10 Latin American Leadership Conference, April, 1958
11 1959
12 National Manpower Council, Los Angeles (Cal.), July 1959
13 Pan American Games, Chicago (Ill.), August 1959
14 1960
15 1961
16 Upland College (Cal.) Mid-Year Seminar on Human Understanding, January 1961
17 Webb County, 1961
box folder
14 1 1962
2 1963
3 Occidental College, Los Angeles, April 1963
4 Los Angeles Trip, April 1963
5 University of Florida, December 1963
6 1964
7 PASO Convention, February 1964
8 Los Angeles County, May 1964
9 UCLA, October 1964
10 1965
11 1966
12 Teaching the Culturally Different, Riverside (Cal.), February 1966
13 Treasure Valley Community College, August 1966
box folder
15 1 1967
2 Advisory Panel for Uses Occupational Test Development, 1967
3 1968
4 UT Law School Conference on Human Relations and the Law, March 1968
5 1970
6 1971
7 Mexican Americans and Educational Change, Riverside (Cal.), May 1971
8 Clinic on Churches and Race, N.d.
9 Es–Ex [various]
10 Estrada, Ralph, 1951-1962
11 Fa [various]
12 Familathe, Virginia, 1964-1965
13 Farquear, F.E., 1946-1947
14 Fe [various]
15 Fernández, A. M., 1945-1956
16 Fi–Fl [various]
17 Fideles, Sister Miriam, 1947-1950
18 Fishman, Joshua A., 1962
19 Flowers, J.G., 1945-1947
20 Floyd, Margaret Harkness, 1947
box folder
16 1 Fo [various]
2 Ford Foundation, 1952-1969
3 Foreign Language Education Center, 1971
4 Forgotten People - Correspondence re: Publication Rights, 1963
5 Fort Stockton (Texas), 1941
6 Fowlkes, John Guy, 1941-1942
7 Fr–Fu [various]
8 Frantz, Joe B. [Texas State Historical Association], 1962-1967
9 Fraser, Lewis, 1948-1963
10 Fuentes, Arturo, 1951
11 Furlong, William Harrison, 1948
12 Ga [various]
Galarza, Ernesto:
13 Correspondence, 1945-1951
14 Correspondence, 1963-1970
15 Written Works, 1946-1950
16 Memo on the Digiorgio Strike, 1949
García, Gus:
17 1947
18 1948
19 1949
20 1950-1951
21 1952-1963
22 Garza, George J., 1947-1959
box folder
17 1 Ge–Gl [various]
Ginn and Company:
2 1962
3 1963
4 1964
5 1965
6 1966-1968
7 1969
8 Go [various]
9 Gochman, Arthur [Rodriguez v. San Antonio ISD], 1968
Gonzales, Manuel. C.:
10 1942-1943
11 1943-1961
12 Gonzalez, Henry B., 1958-1968
13 Gonzalez, Jorge, 1968
14 González de Porter, Carmen, 1941-1942
Good Neighbor Commission of Texas:
15 Correspondence, 1946-1967
16 Sánchez Interview, 1950
box folder
18 1 Meeting Minutes, 1948-1951
2 Reports, 1950-1951
3 Report - Texas Migrant Labor, 1966
4 Goodin, Ed V., 1950
5 Goodyear, Adela (Mrs. L.E.), 1954-1969
6 Gotham, B.L., 1947-1948
7 Gr [various]
8 Grases, Pedro, 1947-1972
9 Greene, Shirley, 1952-1953
10 Greehnill, Joe R. [Assistant to Price Daniel], 1947
11 Greenwood Press, 1969
12 Griffith, Beatrice W., 1964
13 Gu [various],
14 Guatemala Project, N.d.
15 Guerra, Fidencio M., 1950-1963
16 Gutiérrez, Elisa, 1970
17 Ha–Haq [various]
18 Har-Haz [various]
19 Hart, Frank W., 1946-1955
20 Harvey, Fred E., 1946-1949
box folder
19 1 He [various]
2 Heffernan, Helen, 1951-1954
3 Hemisfair, 1964-1965
4 Heraud, Cesar A., 1946-1947
5 Herrera, John T., 1950-1956
6 Hi [various]
7 Hill, Gladwin [New York Times], 1951, 1963
8 Hill, Walter B., 1962-1965
9 Ho [various]
10 Hobbs, W. Wesley, 1966-1967
11 Hondo ISD Case, 1953
12 Horn, Calvin [Horn & Wallace], 1967-1968
13 Houghton Mifflin Company, 1956-1963
14 Housing Discrimination, 1951, N.d.
15 Howard, Robert, 1947-1958
16 Hu–Hy [various]
17 Hughes, Marie M., 1941-1952
18 Hunt, Vila, 1942
19 I [various]
Idar, Ed:
20 1949-55
21 1956-59
22 1960
23 1961-1962, 1966
box folder
20 1 Correspondence with others, 1951-1967
2 Inman, Samuel Guy, 1941-1950
3 Institute of Ethnic Affairs, 1946-1947
Inter-American Educational Foundation:
4 Campa, David L., 1946-1947
5 General, 1945-1946, 1963
6 Inter-American House, 1952-1953
7 Inter-American Project (San Marcos, Texas), N.d.
8 Intercultural Education, 1946-1948
9 International Schools Services, 1963
10 Ja–Je [various]
11 Jaco, E.Gartly, 1958-1960
12 James, Concha Romero [Pan American Union], 1948
13 Jester, Beauford (Governor of Texas), 1948
14 Ji–Jom [various]
15 Joe Belden and Associates, 1951, N.d.
16 Johnson, Charles [Fisk University], 1947, 1954
17 Johnson, Lyndon B., 1963
18 Joint Committee on Latin American Studies, 1946-1947
Joint Conference of Mexican-Americans:
19 Correspondence, 1966-March 1967
20 Correspondence, April 1967-June 1967
21 Correspondence, July 1967-1970, N.d.
22 Meeting at Austin, 7 January 1967
23 Meeting at Austin, 16 April 1967
24 Meeting at Laredo, 13 May 1967
25 Membership Lists, N.d.
26 Relevant Materials, 1966-1967, N.d.
box folder
21 1 Jon–Ju [various]
2 Jones, Robert C. (Cuba), 1945-1965
3 Jones, Robert C. (Villa Jones), 1955-1966
4 Jones, Willis K., 1941-1946
Journal of Developing Areas:
5 1965-1966
6 1967
7 1968
8 1969-1971
9 Journal of Mexican American Studies 1970
10 Jury Service 1943, N.d.
11 Ka–Ke [various]
12 Kandel, I.L. (Isaac Leon), 1946-1947
13 Kansas Commission on Civil Rights, 1964
14 Kennedy, John F., 1961-1962
15 Kennedy, Robert, 1962
16 Kennedy Latin American Committee, 1960
17 Kepley, Ruth A., 1953-1954
18 Ki–Ko [various]
19 King’s Crown Press, 1943-1945
20 Kirk, Ruth (Mrs. John Joseph), 1946-1950
21 Knight, James, 1947, 1955
22 Knowlton, Clark, 1966-1968
23 Kr–Ky [variuos]
box folder
22 1 La [various]
2 La Fiesta Broadcasting Company (Lubbock, Texas), 1964
3 Landes, Ruth, 1947, 1963
4 Laredo, 1947, 1971
5 Larrea, Julio, 1959-1962
6 Laska, John, 1965-1969
7 Latin American Research Bureau, 1953
8 Laurel, Oscar M., 1955, 1960
9 Lay Council for the Spanish Speaking, Archdiocese of San Antonio, 1947
10 Le [various]
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC):
11 1941-1947
12 1948
13 1949-1953
14 1959-1969
15 Printed Material, 1959-1971, N.d.
16 Financial, 1947-1965
17 Lelevier, Benjamin, 1968-1970
18 Leonard, Olen E., 1951-1967
19 Li [various]
20 Life Magazine, 1959-1970
21 Little, Wilson, 1944-1947
22 Lo [various]
23 Logue, Frank, 1970
24 Long, Ralph B., 1949-1964
25 Longoria, 1949, 1969
26 Loving, John M., 1964-1965
27 Lozano, Sophia, 1947
28 Lu [various]
29 Luna, E.G., 1954-1957
box folder
23 1 Ma–Maq [various]
2 Mackay, Donald W., 1946-1951
Macmillan Company:
3 Bilbo, Queenie M., 1943-1946
4 Bilbo, Queenie M., 1947-1949
5 Habekost, Aurelia, 1941-1942
6 Habekost, Aurelia, 1943-1949
7 Knowlton, P.A., 1941-1942
8 Knowlton, P.A., 1943-1951
9 Knowlton, P.A. – Other, 1937-1941
10 Lundell, Emma A., 1943-1948
11 Michener, James A., 1941
12 Michener, James A., 1942
13 Michener, James A., 1943-1951
box folder
24 1 Other Correspondence, 1942-1968
2 Contracts, 1942-1946
3 Manuscript Book Reports, 1941-1950
4 Pending Manuscripts, 1941
5 Mailing List, 1943
6 Mar–May [various]
7 Marden, Charles F., 1950-1961
8 Marshall, Thurgood, 1948, 1955
Marshall Public Schools:
9 Correspondence, 1953
10 Printed Material, Reports, 1952-1953
11 Martínez, Arnulfo S., 1947-1962
12 Martínez, L. Pascual, 1948-1950
13 Martínez [L. Pascual] Papers Catalogue, N.d.
14 Maxwell, Vera Rogers, 1941-1947, N.d.
15 Mc [various]
16 McAllen, Tex., 1947
17 McMahon, John L., 1947-1952
18 McWilliams, Carey, 1946-1969
19 Me [various]
20 Mechem, Edwin L., 1951, 1954
21 Melbo, Irving R., 1945-1968
22 Mendez Case, 1947
23 Mental Health/Mental Hygiene, 1949-1958
box
25 Mexican-American Legal Defense Fund (MALDEF):
1 Correspondence, 1967-1972
2 Printed Material, 1967-1971
3 Mexican-American Political Association (MAPA) of the State of California, 1965-1967
4 Mexican American Research, Resource, and Educational Services, Inc., 1970
5 Mexican-American Study Project (UCLA), 1964-1966
Mexican-Americans – General:
6 1952, 1967-1968
7 1969-1971
8 Mexican Consulate, 1941-1949
9 Mexico, 1961, 1969
10 Mexico Seminars, 1965
11 Mexico Text Project (San Diego City Schools), 1948-1949
12 Meyers, Frederic, 1950-1952
13 Mi [various]
Migrant Children’s Fund:
14 Correspondence, 1957-1963
15 Meeting Minutes and Printed Material, 1957-1959
16 Migrants/Migratory Labor, 1955-1963
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26 1 Miles, George W., 1948-1951
2 Minority School Children, 1956-1961
3 Mission, Tex., Schools, 1940, N.d.
4 Mo [various]
5 Moehlman, Arthur Henry, 1949-1968
6 Mu [various]
7 Muñoz, Henry, 1962-1963
8 N–Na [various]
National Child Labor Committee:
9 Correspondence, 1950-1951, 1957-1958
10 Tables enclosed with letter of 2 June 1950
11 National Citizens' Committee for Community Relations, 1966
12 National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1951-1956
13 National Council for the Spanish Speaking, 1965-1966, N.d.
National Council on Agricultural Life and Labor:
14 Correspondence, 1950-1951
15 Correspondence, 1952-1959
16 Research Project on the Education of Minority Children, 1952-1953
17 Meeting Minutes, 1951-1959
18 Printed Materials, 1951-1966
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27 National Council on Naturalization and Citizenship:
1 Correspondence, 1949-1954, N.d.
2 Printed Material, 1949-1955
3 1956-1960
4 National Education Association, 1954, 1965-1971
5 National Organization for Mexican American Services (NOMAS), N.d.
6 National Sharecroppers Fund, 1956-1959
7 The Nation's Schools, 1947-1953
Navajo Survey:
8 Correspondence, 1945-1946
9 Correspondence, 1947
10 Correspondence, 1948
11 Correspondence, 1951-1958
12 Photographs, N.d.
13 Financial, 1946-1948
14 Printed and Research Material, 1947-1950
15 NDEA Institute on Disadvantaged Youth, N.d.
16 Ne [various]
17 New Mexico, 1965-1971
18 New Mexico Education Association, 1955-1959
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28 New Mexico Military Institute:
1 Correspondence, 1946-1948
2 Financial, 1946-1948
3 New Mexico State University, 1965, 1968
4 New York Times, 1951, N.d.
5 Ni–Nu [various]
6 O [various]
7 Ober, Rice B., 1946-1955
8 Occidental College, 1963-1964
Office of Civilian Defense:
9 Mexican Consulate General, 1943
10 New Mexico – Oakley, Edward H., 1943
11 Texas – Correspondence, 1942-1943
12 Texas – Kastor, J.A., 1942-1943
13 Texas – McGill, W.L., 1942[?]-1943
14 Texas – Smith, R.E., 1942-1945
15 Texas – Torn, Elmore R., 1942-1943
16 Texas – Printed Material, 1941-1943
17 Texas – Financial, 1942-1943
18 Okrand, Fred (Wirin, Rissman & Okrand), 1951-1953
19 Organization for the Advancement of College Teaching, 1964
20 Orleans, Fred A., 1961
21 Ortega, Joaquín, 1946-1950
22 Ortiz Hernan, Gustavo, 1946-1948
23 Otto, Henry J., 1948-1961
24 Our Lady of the Lake College (San Antonio) – Project Proposal, 1967
25 Owre, J. Riis, 1947
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29 1 Pa [various]
2 Palacín, Gregorio B., 1952-1963
3 Palmer, Lester, 1962-1966
4 Pan American Union (Organization of American States), 1948-1952
5 Paredes, Américo, 1968-1972
6 Parker, Franklin, 1964-1972
7 Pe–Pf [various]
Peace Corps
8 Correspondence, 1960-1961
9 Correspondence, 1962-1968
10 Jackson, Julia, 1965
11 Country Background Papers, 1961, N.d.
12 National Advisory Council, 1961
13 Newsletters, 1961-1963
14 News Clippings, 1961
15 Personnel Records, 1961-1962
16 Press Releases, 1961-1962
17-18 Printed Material, 1961-1962
[2 folders]
19 Other Materials, 1961-1962
20 Peña, Albert A., 1954-1966
21 Peterson, Helen L., 1948-1958
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30 Phi Delta Kappa:
1 Correspondence, 1941-1968
2 Printed Material, 1949, 1964-1968
3 Phi Kappa Phi, 1965-1968
4 Pi–Po [various]
5 Pickle, J.J., 1963-1968
6 Pilant, Elizabeth, 1950
7 Pittaro, John N., 1943
8 Police Brutality in Austin, 1968
Political Association of Spanish Speaking Organizations (PASSO):
9 1961-February 1962
10 March-September 1962
11 1963-1964
12 1965-1968
13 Pr–Py [various]
14 Prentice Hall, Inc., 1961, 1969
15 Pronunciation Guide, 1959
Puerto Rico:
16 Correspondence, 1945-1949
17 Printed Material, 1965-1969, N.d.
18 Q [various]
19 Ra [various]
20 Ramírez, Celia, 1949
21 Re [various]
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31 1 Reid, Joseph J., 1953-1955
2 Reindorp, Reginald C., 1945-1961
3 Ri [various]
4 Ríos, John Fidel, 1945-1951
5 Ro [various]
Robert Marshall Civil Liberties Trust:
6 1951-1953
7 1954-1955
8 1956-1962, 1966
9 Rockefeller, Nelson A., 1941-1944, 1961
10 Rogers, James F., 1956-1966
11 Rojas, Pauline, 1945-1953
12 Romero, P. Fernando, 1962, N.d.
13 Rosenwald Fund [Julius Rosenwald Fund], 1946-1948, 1964
14 Roucek, Joseph S., 1949-1957
15 Ru–Ry [various]
16 Rubín de la Borbolla, Daniel F., 1941-1955
17 Rugg, Earle U., 1947-1948
18 Russia – National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1964
19 Sa [various]
20 Salvatierra v. Del Rio ISD, 1945-1949
Samora, Julian:
21 1948-1958
22 1961-1968, N.d.
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32 1 San Francisco State College, 1969
2 San Marcos (Tex.) Public Schools, 1945-1948
3 Sánchez, R.P. (Bob), 1959-1970
4 Santoscoy, Luciano, 1950-1963
Saunders, Lyle:
5 1947-1948
6 1949
7 1950
8 1951
9 1952-1970
10 Written Works, 1948-1950s
11 Sc [various]
12 Se [various]
13 Sears, Roebuck and Co. [regarding the roof at his house], 1966
14 Segregation and Discrimination, 1943, N.d.
15 Segregation in Schools, 1943, 1947-1950
16 Seguin Project, N.d.
17 SER (Service Employment Redevelopment), 1967
18 Sewell, Brice, 1945-1970
19 Sh [various]
20 Sherman Institute, 1946
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33 1 Si–Sl [various]
2 Simmons, Ozzie G., 1947-1953
3 Sm–Sn [various]
4 Smith, Robert E., 1950-1968
5 So–Sp [various]
6 Southern Regional Council, 1951-1952, 1962
7 Southwestern Regional Conference on Integration, 1955
8 Spanish Speaking/Surnamed Political Association, 1966
9 St–Sw [various]
10 Stanislawski, Doris, 1952-1963
11 Statistics, 1946-1948
12 Stilley, Jay C., 1948
13 Strickland, C.G., 1946-1948
14 Ta [various]
15 Taylor, Paul S., 1949-1957
16 Te [various]
17 TEWA Basin Resettlement Project (New Mexico), 1936
18 Texans for the Educational Advancement of Mexican Americans (TEAM), 1970-1971
19 Texas Almanac, 1949-1955
20 Texas Civil Liberties Union, 1965
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34 Texas Civil Rights Fund:
1 Correspondence, 1943-1947
2 1944
3 Correspondence re: Serapio Sánchez Case, 1943
4 General, 1943-1944
5 Texas Committee on Migrant Farm Workers, 1960-1964
6 Texas Conference for the Mexican-American, 1967
Texas Council on Human Relations:
7 1950
8 January-April 1951
9 May-December 1951
10 1952, N.d.
11 Public Housing, 1951
Texas Education Agency:
12 1941-1955
13 1956-1959
14 1960-1970
15 Texas House of Representatives, 1961, N.d.
16 Texas Observer, 1955-1971
Texas State Board of Education:
17 Meeting Agenda, 14-15 April 1950
18 "Notes on Public School Laws in the State of Texas," N.d.
19 Texas State Department of Education, 1945-1950
20 Texas State Department of Health, 1947, N.d.
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35 1 Th–To [various]
2 Tireman, L.S., 1946-1951
3 Tolle, Vernon O., 1946-1963
4 Tower, John G., 1967-1968
5 Tr–Tu [various]
Travis County Junior College
6 Correspondence (Sánchez), 1963-1968
7 Correspondence (Board of Trustees), 1967-1968, N.d.
8 "Travis County Junior College and the 'No' Vote," 1968
Written by C.P. Phillips for a Sánchez course.
9 Other Materials, 1963-1968
10 True Magazine, 1960-1965
11 Turman, James A., 1969
12 U [various]
13 Unamuno, Miguel de ["Miguel de Unamuno," UNESCO Feature by R.X. Laurenza], 1964
14 Unitarian Service Committee, 1946-1948
15 United Cerebral Palsy of Travis County, 1957
16 United Nations, 1950
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36 United States Government:
Agency for International Development (USAID):
1 1961-1962
2 1963-1964, 1967
3 Trip to Peru, 1962
4 Alliance for Progress, 1964
5 Attorney General, 1963, 1965
Bureau of the Census:
6 Correspondence, 1949-1953
7 Statistics, 1950
8 Statistics, 1970
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
9 Correspondence, 1945-1954
10 Course Notes, N.d.
11 Printed Material, 1949
12 Printed Material, 1950-1954
13 Commission on Civil Rights, 1964-71
Community Relations Service:
14 Correspondence, 1964-1967
15 Printed Material, 1964-1965
16 Congress (Various), 1964-1971
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37 1 Department of Agriculture, 1942, 1966-1967
2 Department of Commerce, 1966-1969
Department of Health, Education and Welfare:
3 1964-1971
4 Office of Education, 1955-1959, N.d.
5 Office of Education, 1960
6 Office of Education, 1961-1971
Department of Justice:
7 Committee on Fair Employment Practice, 1943
8 Other, 1965, 1967
9 Department of Labor, 1967-1969
Department of State:
10 1946-1957
11 1962-1965
12 1966-1968
13 Mexico Trip – Correspondence, 1965-1966
14 Mexico Trip – Financial and Printed Material, 1965
15 Personnel Action Forms, 1963
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38 1 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1966-1971
2 Federal Security Agency – Office of Education, 1943-1953
3 Foreign Service – Information Service, 1963
4 Inter-American Affairs, 1944-1953
5 Inter-Agency Committee on Mexican American Affairs, 1967-1968
6 Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 1961-1963
National Commission for UNESCO:
7 1952
8 1953-1955
9 Naval Department, 1942-1943
10 Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966-1968
11 President, 1964-1967
12 President’s Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, 1963
President’s Committee on Fair Employment Practices:
13 1942-1943
14 Conference Transcript, 1943
15 Superintendent of Documents and Copyright Office, 1947-1964
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39 1 Various Government Offices, 1949, 1967-1970
2 Vice President – Humphrey, Hubert H., 1965-1966
VISTA:
3 Correspondence, 1967
4 Briefing Material, N.d.
5 Project Development Kit, N.d.
White House:
6 Correspondence, 1959-1967
7 Conference on the Spanish Speaking, 1966
8-9 [mailings], 1966-1968
[2 folders]
10 University of Alaska, 1960-1965
11 University of California, 1962-1971
12 University of California at Los Angeles, 1964-1965
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40 University of Colorado:
1 1948-1949
2 1952-1954
3 1955, 1967-1968
4 University of Denver, 1966-1968
5 University of New Mexico, 1943-1971
6 University of Oklahoma, 1956-1957, 1967-1968
University of Southern California:
7 1945-1946
8 1965
9 University of [Other], 1950-1972
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41 University of Texas:
1 Adams, F.J., 1947-1948
2 Alba Club, 1955-1958
3 Alcalde, 1960
Annual Report of Activities:
4 1940-1959
5 1960-1971
6 Auditor and Comptroller, 1941-1962
Board of Regents:
7 1941-1945
8 1946-1949
9 1950-1959
10 1960-1971
Center for International Education:
11 Bibliographies, 1964
12 Brochures, N.d.
13 Budget and Financial, 1963-1966
14 Danish Institute, 1963
15 Dent, Charles, 1963-1964
16 Ecuador, 1964-1965
17 Excellence Fund, 1963-1965
18 Executive Committee, 1962-1965
19 Fellowships, 1963
20 Ford Foundation, 1963-1964
21 Foreign Service Assignments of Members of the Faculty, c.1962
22 History, N.d.
23 Other Correspondence, 1962-1963
24 Other Correspondence, 1964-1966, N.d.
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42 1 Info. on Overseas Study, 1963-1965
2 "Significant dates in Mexican history," 1966
3 Mexico, 1957-1959
4 Mexico, 1961-1965
5 National Defense Education Agency, 1962
6 Nuevo León, 1963-1964
7 Office Supplies, 1964-1966
8 Overseas Program, 1961-1966
9 Pan American Union, 1963-1964
10 Personnel, 1963-1965
11 Prospective Personnel and Students, 1963-1965[removed to Restricted Materials]
12 Publicity, 1963-1964
13 W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 1963
14 Center for Mexican-American Studies, 1970-1972
15 Chancellor, 1951-1971
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43 Counsel [sic] on Academic Freedom and Responsibility:
1 1956
2 1961-1962
3 1963-1967
4 Meeting, 19 March 1964
5 College of Arts and Sciences–Dean, 1950-1962
College of Education:
6 [Committee on] Curriculum Patterns, 1954
Committee on Graduate Studies in Education:
7 Sánchez Correspondence, 1949-1965
8 General Correspondence, 1949
9 General Correspondence, 1950
10 General Correspondence, 1953
11 General Correspondence, 1954
12 General Correspondence, 1955-1956
13 General Correspondence, N.d.
14 Meeting Minutes, 1949-1956
15 General Program Documents, 1949-1956
16 Statistical Records, 1953-1955, N.d.
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44 1 Various Documents, 1956-1972
2 Committee on Public Relations – Meeting Minutes, 1954
3 Committee on Relations with the National University of Mexico (UNAM), 1957
4 Committee on the Research and Development Center (Peck Committee), 1964
5 Committee for Screening and Recommending an Assistant Dean (Douglas Committee), 1955
6 Special Committee to Study Master of Education Degree for Liberal Arts Graduates (Manuel Committee), 1955
7 Taskforce on Multicultural Concerns in Education, 1971
8 Committees (Other), 1953-1965
9 Convocation Speaker, 1963
10 Council on Teacher Education, 1954, 1957
Department of History and Philosophy of Education:
11 Sánchez Resolution, N.d.
Correspondence:
12 General Correspondence, 1941-1952
13 General Correspondence, 1953-1955
14 General Correspondence, 1956-1969
15 Arrowood, Charles F., 1940-1950
16 Arrowood, Charles F., 1949
17 Arrowood, Charles F., 1950
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45 1 Drake, William, 1949-1955
2 Drake, William, 1959-1968
3 Eby, Frederick, 1941-1955, 1964
4 Edwards, Newton, 1949-1953
5 Geyer, Denton L., 1949-1952
6 Gray, C.T., 1942-1949
7 Jewett, James P., 1949-1956
8 Moehlman, Arthur H., 1951-1954
9 Olsen, Edward G., 1950-1951
10 Parker, Franklin, 1963
11 Ramsay, J.D., 1948
12 UT Physical Plant [correspondence], 1952-1970
13 Wegener, Frank C., 1951-1957
Budget:
14 Book Orders, 1950-1955
15 Clerical Assistance Fund, 1949-1950
16 Correspondence, 1949-1956
17 Maintenance and Equipment Fund, 1948-1951
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46 1 Forms, 1949-1955
2 Class Registers, 1958-1970[removed to Restricted Materials]
Courses:
3 General Information, 1949-1955
4 Course Reports, 1947-1952
5 Course Reports, 1953-1955, N.d.
6 Proposed Course Forms, 1951-1956
7 Education 25b. – Exams, 1942, N.d.
8 Ed. C 308, 1957, N.d.
9 Ed. C 323K – Bibliography, N.d.
10 Ed. H 360L, 1950
11 Ed. H 362K, N.d.
12 Ed. P 362P, 1949-1950
13 Ed. H 363H, N.d.
14 Ed. H 363K, 1950
15-16 Ed. P 364P, N.d.
17 Ed. H 367L, 1969, N.d.
18 Ed. H 369K, N.d.
19 Ed. H 386L and 386M, N.d.
20 Ed. H 386T, N.d.
21 Ed. P 389K, N.d.
22 Ed. P 389P, N.d.
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47 1 Inventory of Equipment, 1951-1952
2 Newsletter, 1963-1968
Personnel:
3 1946-1950
4 1951
5 1952-1955
6 Program Information, 1947-1968
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48 1 Teacher's Reports, 1941-1948
2 Travel Authorization Requests, 1955, 1966
3-8 Vouchers, 1950-1956
[6 folders]
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49 Department of Cultural Foundations of Education:
1 Correspondence, 1969-1970
2 Correspondence, 1971-1972
3 Meeting Minutes, 1969-1971
4 Departments–Other, 1948-1951
5 Departments–Other, 1959-1971
6 Edwards, Newton, 1949-1958
7 Foreign Service Assignments of Members of the Faculty, 1962-1964
8 Handlin, Oscar, 1958-1959
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50 Office of the Dean:
1 Pittenger, B.F., 1940-1947
2 Gray, C.T., 1947
3 Haskew, L.D., 1947-1948
4 Haskew, L.D., 1949-1950
5 Haskew, L.D., 1951-1953
6 Haskew, L.D., 1954
7 Haskew, L.D., 1955-1956
8 Haskew, L.D., 1958-1961, 1965-1971
9 Colvert, Clyde C., 1949-1963
10 Colvert, Clyde C., 1964-1965
11 Holtzman, Wayne H., 1964-1965
12 Holtzman, Wayne H., 1966-1968
13 Holtzman, Wayne H., 1969-1970
14 Kenamer, Lorrin, 1970-1972
15 Wahlquist, John T., 1951
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51 1-2 Various Documents
[2 folders]
3 Daily Texan, 1963-1971
4 Department of Romance Languages, 1954, 1963-1964
5 Division of Extension, 1957, 1970
6 Faculty Council, 1960-1967
7 Faculty-Student Committee on Handicapped Students, 1959-1960
8 Foro Universitario Interamericano, 1963
9 Freight Receipts, 1942-1946
Graduate School – Office of the Dean:
10 Brogan, Albert P., 1940-1949
11 Brogan, Albert P., 1950-1955
12 Whaley, W.G., 1956-1962
13 Whaley, W.G., 1963-1966
14 Whaley, W.G., 1968-1972
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52 Guatemalan Teachers Project:
1 Sánchez Correspondence, 1954-1955
2 Other Correspondence, 1954-1955
3 Press, 1954
4 Project Records, 1954
5 Report, 1954
6 Draft Report, 1954
7 "Stories from Guatemala," 1954
8 Questionnaires, [1954]
9 Financial, 1954-1955
10 Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, 1947-1968
Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS):
Correspondence:
11 Sánchez, 1943-1947
12 Sánchez, 1948-1949
13 Sánchez, 1950-1956
14 Sánchez, 1958-1964
15 Sánchez, 1965-1971
16 Sánchez and Hanke, Lewis, 1952-1954
17 Other, 1947
18 Other, 1948-1949
19 Other, 1950-1955
20 Other, 1955-1971
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53 Annual Reports:
1 1945-1946
2 1946-1947
3 1947-1948
4 1951-1952
5 1953-1954
6 Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1946-1962
7 Representatives Meeting Minutes, 1948-1950
8 Brochures, 1942-1950
9 Newsletters, 1952-1971
10 Carnegie Grant, 1948-1952
11 Financial Documents, 1947-1961
12-14 Printed Material, 1946-1968
[3 folders]
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54 1 Inter-American College Forum, 1963-1964
Inter-American Relations in Texas:
2 1943-1945
3 Directorio de Educadores Mexicanos, 1943
4 International Office, 1958-1965
Laredo Club:
5 Correspondence and Financial, 1955-1970
6 Applications for University Room Assignment, 1959-1965
Library:
7 Correspondence, 1953-1965
8 Book Orders, 1953-1955, N.d.
9 Manuel, H.T., 1946-1970
10 Mexican American Student Organization (MASO), 1968-1969
11 Mexican-American Youth Organization (MAYO), 1971
12 Mexico [correspondence], 1942-1948
Office of the President:
13 Rainey, Homer P., 1940-1944
14 Painter, Theophilus, 1945-1948
15 Painter, Theophilus, 1949-1952
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55 1 Wilson, Logan, 1953-1957
2 Ransom, Harry, 1960-1961
3 Smiley, Joseph R., 1961-1963
4 Hackeran, Norman, 1966-1970
5 Other, 1970-1972
6 Reports on Outside Employment, 1945-1950
7 Office of the Registrar, 1946-1966
Office of the Vice President:
8 Burdine, J.A., 1942-1944
9 Dolley, J.C., 1945-1951
10 Boner, C.P., 1954-1957
11 Ransom, Harry H., 1957-1960
12 Pan American Student Forum of Texas, 1963
13 Peruvian Teach Education Project, 1952-1953
Phi Kappa Phi:
14 Correspondence, 1962-1970
15 Printed Material, 1962-1969
16 Physical Plant, 1966-1970
17 ROTC, 1954
18 Scholarships, 1951-1955
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56 Study of Spanish-Speaking People:
Correspondence:
1 General Education Board, 1945-1946
2 General Education Board, 1947
3 General Education Board, 1948-1949
4 General Education Board, 1950
5 General Educatin Board, 1951-1952
6 Painter, Theophilus, 1945-1951
7 Various, 1946-1950
8 Printed Material, 1949, N.d.
9 "Socio-Economic Survey of the Spanish Speaking People of Texas," 1948
10 Advisory Committee Meeting, 1949
1st Regional Conference (Austin):
11 General, 1945-[1946]
12 Correspondence – General Education Board, 1945
13 Correspondence – Varios, 1945-1946
14 Panel Reports, 1945
15 Published Report, 1946
2nd Regional Conference (Santa Fe):
16 General, 1946
17 Correspondence – General Education Board, 1946
18 Correspondence – Various, 1946
3rd Regional Conference (Denver):
19 General, 1948
20 Correspondence – Various, 1947-1948
21 Session Reports, 1948
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57 4th Regional Conference (Albuquerque):
1 General, 1949-1950
2 Correspondence – Various, 1949-1950
3 Summarized Proceedings, 1950
4 Presentations, 1950
5 Financial, 1950
5th Regional Conference (Los Angeles):
6 General, 1951
7 Correspondence – Various, 1950-1951
8 Proceedings, 1951
9 Equipment Inventory, 1962-1971
10 Personnel, 1947-1950
11 Financial Documents, 1947-1950
12 Ledger, 1947-1950
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58 1-5 Vouchers, 1945-1951
[5 folders]
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59 Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT):
1 Correspondence, 1960-1965
2 General Information, 1960-1965
3 TACT Bulletin, 1960-1965
4 Memos 379-401, 1960-1961
5 Umstadtt, James G., 1945-1954
6 University Council on Teacher Education, 1955
7 University of Texas Press, 1957-1970
University Research Institute:
8 Correspondence, 1946-1948
9 "Texas-Born Latin American Students Attending Texas Colleges and Universities–Winter Semester 1945-46" with Ruth Ann Fogartie, 1946-1947
10 Financial Documents, 1946-1947, 1963
11 Various UT Correspondence, 1945-1972
12 Various Project Files
13 Various Financial Documents
14 Visiting Teacher [Program], 1952-1957
Whitney Foundation:
Correspondence:
15 1949-1951
16 1952
17 1953-1959
18 1960-1965
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60 1 1966-1969
2 1970-1971
3 Conference, 1949
4 Conference, 1970
5 Press Releases and Opportunity Fellowships Information, 1965-1969
6 Scholarship Applicant Information, 1957-1971, N.d.
7 Financial, 1967, N.d.
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61 1 Va [various]
2 Valdéz, Bernard, 1951-1961
3 Valley Project [Study with Olen Leonard of Vanderbilt University], 1949-1950
4 Valley [various], 1966-1967, N.d.
5 Vanguard Elementary School, N.d.
6 Ve–Vo [various]
Venezuela:
7 Correspondence, 1960-1962
8 Correspondence, 1963-1965
9-10 Education [Research], 1959-1961
[2 folders]
11 Travel Visa, 1961
12 Travel Vouchers and Other, 1959-1961
13 Victoria, Texas – Correspondence, 1947-1948
14 Villareal v. Mathis ISD, 1955-1957
15 Viva Kennedy, 1960-1961
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62 1 Wa [various]
2 Waco Independent School District, 1970-1971
3 We [various]
Wetbacks:
4 Correspondence, 1949-1950, 1955
5-7 [Research Material], 1948-1956
[3 folders]
8 Wetback Report – Response [Correspondence], 1951-1952
9 Wh [various]
10 White Man’s Union Association of Wharton County, Texas, N.d.
11 Whittenburg, Clarice T., 1947-1956
12 Wi [various]
13 Wiley, Thomas, 1949-1969
14 Wilgus, A. Curtis, 1952-1961
Wirin, A. L.:
15 1947-1950
16 1951
17 1952
18 1953
19 1954
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63 1 1955
2 1956-1959
3 Court and Other Documents, 1953-1955, N.d.
4 Wo–Wy [various]
5 Xerox, 1970
6 Ximenes, Vicente, 1955-1968
7 Y [various]
Yarborough, Don:
8 1961-1963
9 1964-1968
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Yarborough, Ralph W.:
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63 10 1954-1962
11 1963-1964
12 1965
13 1966
14 1967
15 1968
16 1969-1972
17 Printed Material, 1966-1967
18 Yarbrough, C. L. (Port Neches ISD), 1947
19 Young, Robert, 1949-1965
20 Youth Opportunity Campaign, 1966
21 Z [various], 1948-1972



 

III. Written Works, 1931-1971

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64 Articles and Reprints
1 Chronological Publications List and Index, 1931-1935
2 “The American of Mexican Descent.” The Chicago Jewish Forum, Winter 1961-62, 120-24.
3 “The American of Mexican Descent.” Texas Observer, 31 December 1965, 26-27.
4 “The American of Mexican Descent.” Selected Reading Materials on the Mexican and Spanish American, 1969, 69-74.
5 “Analysis of Teachers’ Salaries in New Mexico: With A Comparison of Salaries Paid Other Public Servants.” New Mexico School Review, March 1932, 18-25.
6 “The Autonomy of the University.” School and Society, 19 March 1966, 147-49.
7 “Bilingualism and Mental Measures: A Word of Caution.” Offprint from The Journal of Applied Psychology 18, no. 6. (December, 1934): 765-772.
8 "Blanket Cuts in School Budgets.” New Mexico School Review, May, 1932, 6.
9 “Child Development In the Rural Environment.” In Growth and Development: The Basis for Educational Programs (New York, 1936), 112-18.
10 “Civic Insurance as Element of Education.” [Newspaper Article, N.d.]
11 “Cold, Devastating Facts.” Texas Observer, 8 August 1959, 6.
12 “A Compendium of the Educational Laws Enacted By the 11th Legislature.” New Mexico School Review, March 1933, 20-23.
13 “Concerning American Minorities,” Section I of Conference on Inequalities of Educational Opportunity [Ford Foundation], 3-4 January 1953.
14 “The Crux of the Dual Language Handicap.” New Mexico School Review, March 1954, 13-15, 38.
15 “Cultural Relations Within the Americas.” Childhood Education, April 1942, 339-42.
16 “Digest of the Educational Laws Enacted by the Twelfth Legislature.” Reprinted from New Mexico School Review, March, 1935.
17 “Dr. George I. Sanchez on White House Conference.” Carta editorial, 8 November 1966, 1-6.
18 “Dr. Seyfried’s Researches Into School Law and Into School Finance.” New Mexico School Review, N.d.: 23-24.
19 “Education In Mexico In the Sixteenth Century.” The New Mexico Quarterly (August 1934): 184-92.
20 “Educational Crisis in Mexico.” Butrava, February 1942, 4-7.
21 “Educational Financial Reform: A Proposal.” New Mexico School Review, N.d.:18-20.
22 “An Educator Speaks Out.” Home Missions, July 1967, 18-19.
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65 1 “Farewell—Welcome.” New Mexico School Review (September 1932): 5, 21.
2 “Financing Public Education in New Mexico.” New Mexico School Review 14, no. 5 (January, 1935): 4-7.
3 “Fundamental Problems In Education In Mexico.” Reprinted from The Educational Forum, May 1943, 321-27.
4 “Future Legislative Program for Financing Public Education in New Mexico.” University of New Mexico Bulletin (July 1934): 96-108.
5 “Getting Our Money’s Worth.” The Taxpayer (17 November 1934).
6 “Group Differences and Spanish-Speaking Children: A Critical Review.” Reprinted from Journal of Applied Psychology 16, no. 5 (October 1932): 549-558.
7 “Higher Education In Modern Mexico.” The Nation’s Schools, June 1945, 32.
8 “Igualdad.” East Austin Times, November 1967, 4.
9 “The Implications of a Basal Vocabulary to the Measurement of the Abilities of Bilingual Children.” Offprinted from The Journal of Social Psychology 5 (1934): 395-402.
10 “Inter-American Education.” Texas Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Newsbulletin, April 1941, 15.
11 “Inter-American Education: The New Frontier.” Proceedings of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, 3-7 May 1942, 33-40.
12 “Inter-American Educational Problems.” The Phi Delta Kappan, November 1941, 98-99.
13-14 “Introduction.” Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction [of New Mexico] (1934): 7.
[2 copies in 2 folders]
15 “Latin America and the Curriculum.” Curriculum Journal, November 1940, 303-305.
16 “Low Man, Compadre.” Indígena Review (16 September 1966).
17 “Management and Mismanagement In a State Business.” New Mexico Business Review 3, no. 4 (October 1934): 132-37.
18 “Mexican Education As It Looks Today.” The Nation’s Schools, September 1943, 23.
19 “Mortality in the Public Schools of New Mexico 1930-31.” New Mexico School Review (N.d.): 14-15.
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66 1 “A New Frontier Policy for the Americas.” Alcalde, March 1961, 9-11.
2 “New Mexicans and Acculturation.” The New Mexico Quarterly Review, February 1941, 61-68.
3 “New Officers of the New Mexico Educational Association: Dr. George I. Sanchez, Director, Division of Information and Statistics, State Department of Education, Chosen to Be President in 1934-1935.” New Mexico School Review (November 1934): 6-7.
4 “North of the Border.” Texas Academy of Science Proceedings and Transactions 25 (1941): 77-85.
5 “The Oil Industry and Education.” University of New Mexico Bulletin, May 1939, 40-44.
6 “Pachucos In the Making.” Common Ground, Autumn 1943, 13-20.
7 “Los problemas fundamentales de la educación en México.” Educación nacional, February 1944, 56-60.
8 “Progress of the NMEA Legislative Program.” New Mexico School Review (December 1934): 8-9.
9 “Quantitative and Objective Criteria In Education: A Delusion.” Texas Journal of Secondary Education 13, no 3 (Spring 1960): 1-5.
10 “Reflections on the Federal Aid Issue.” Texas Observer, 10 October 1958, 5.
11 “School Census Distribution in N.M. for 1931.” New Mexico School Review (January 1932): 18-19.
12 “School Integration and Americans of Mexican Descent.” American Unity 16, no. 3 (March-April 1958): 9-14.
13 “Scores of Spanish-Speaking Children on Repeated Tests.” Offprinted from The Pedagogical Seminary and Journal of Genetic Psychology 40 (1932): 223-231.
14 “A Source of School Revenue Fails Us.” New Mexico School Review (March 1932): 32-33. [with Paul L. Fickinger]
15 “Spanish Name Spells Discrimination.” The Nation’s Schools 41, no. 1 (January 1948): 22-24.
16 “Spanish-speaking People in the Southwest: A Brief Historical Review.” California Journal of Elementary Education 22, no. 2 (November 1953): 106-111.
17 “Spanish-Speaking People in the United States: Their Gifts and Their Problems.” Information for Speakers [Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America] Interracial Publication no. 61 [1946].
18 “The State Public School Equalization Fund In Law and Practice.” New Mexico Business Review, January 1939, 11-20.
19 “Status of Consolidation in New Mexico (Based on Reports of County School Superintendents).” New Mexico School Review (November 1931): 25.
20 “Taming Texas,” The Texas Parent-Teacher 45, no. 7 (September 1967): 12-13.
21 “Teachers’ Salaries Cost Less Today Than They Did a Decade Ago.” New Mexico School Review (March 1932): 30-31.
22 “Tejas.” The Junior Historian of Texas 30, no. 4 (January 1970): 32.
23 “Theory and Practice In Rural Education.” Progressive Education 13, no. 8 (December 1936): 590-96.
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67 1 “Twice Wounded” (letter to editor) Texas Observer, 30 October 1959, 7.
2 “White House Conference on the Spanish-speaking People.” Department of History and Philosophy of Education Newsletter, November 1966, 2-4.
Book Reviews
3 Review of La alfabetización en la Nueva España, by Rómulo Velasco Cevallos. The Hispanic American Historical Review, May 1947, 347.
Review of Apogeo y decadencia del positivismo en México, by Leopolda Zea. The Hispanic American Historical Review, August 1945, 371-373.
Review of The Caribbean: Contemporary Education, by A Curtis Wilbus. [Unknown], N.d., 299.
Review of Education in Latin-American Countries, edited by I. L. Kandel. The Hispanic American Historical Review, November 1944, 752.
Review of Education in Mexico, by Marjorie C. Johnston. The Hispanic American Historical Review, November 1957, 549.
Review of La educación popular en América, by Juan Montovani. The Hispanic American Historical Review, August 19--, 479.
Review of Estudiantes y gobierno universitario, by Gabriel del Mazo. The Hispanic American Historical Review, November 1957, 539-540.
Review of Historia de la pedagogía en Cuba desde los orígenes hasta la Guerra de independencia, by Emma Pérez. The Hispanic American Historical Review, November 1946, 574.
Review of Justo Sierra el maestro de América, by Gabriel Ferrer de M. The Hispanic American Historical Review, May 1948, 278.
Review of North from Mexico, by Carey McWilliams. The Chicago Jewish Forum, Spring 1949, 221.
Review of North from Mexico, by Carey McWilliams. The Pacific Historical Review, November 1949, 50-531.
4 Review of Simón Bolivar: Educator, by Luis B. Prieto. The Hispanic American Historical Review, February 1971, 144-145.
Review of Simón Bolívar: Educator, by Luis B. Prieto. Educational Studies 1, no. 1 (Fall 1970): 17-18; and The Hispanic American Historical Review (February 1971): 144-145.
5 Review of Teaching Public Issues In the High School, by Donald W. Oliver and James P. Shaver. Journal of Thought, November 1966, 53-54.
Review of Thomas Gage’s Travels in the New World, edited by N.E.S. Thompson. Texas Observer 50, no. 27 (3 October 1958): 7.
Monographs
6 The Age-Grade Status of the Rural Child in New Mexico Public Elementary School, 1931-1932. Issue of Educational Research Bulletin 1, no. 1 (November 1932). New Mexico State Department of Education.
7 The Development of Education in Venezuela. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education, 1963.
8 The Equalization of Educational Opportunity: Some Issues and Problems. Issue of The University of New Mexico Bulletin 10, no. 1 (1 December 1939).
9 Learning a New Language. 1957-58 General Service Bulletin 101. Washington D.C.: Association for Childhood Education International, 1958. [with Marie M. Hughes]
10 Materials Relating to the Education of Spanish-speaking People: A Bibliography. Inter-American Education Occasional Papers II. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1948. [with Clarice T. Whittenburg]
11 Mexico. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1966.
12 New Mexico Teacher’s Daily Register and Class Book. Albuquerque, N.M.: New Mexico School Supply Co., 1932.
13 The People: A Study of the Navajos. Washington, D.C.: United States Indian Service, 1948.
14 Publications on Latin American Education in 1942. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1943. [with M.B. Lourenço Filho]
15 References for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language: A Bibliography. Inter-American Education Occasional Papers IV. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1949. [with Reginald C. Reindorp and Bernice M. Boxwell]
16 Say It the Spanish Way: A Guide to Spanish Pronunciation. Austin: The Texas Good Neighbor Commission, 1960.
Reviews of Sánchez Works
17 Reviews of Arithmetic in Maya, 1962
18 Reviews of Other Sánchez Books,
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68 Manuscripts
1 “About Latin America”
2 “Administration of the Equalization Law in New Mexico”
3 “All Things That I Am Not”
4 “The American of Mexican Descent”
5 “The American of Mexican Descent and Texas Politics,” 1965
6 “Americanism,” [1940]
7 “El análisis del hecho histórico en el progrma escolar y su didactica,” [1965]
8 “Anglo–Latin Tensions in the Southwest”
9 “Are Schoolmen ‘Educational Politicos’?” N.d. [with Vernon O. Tolle]
10-15 Arithmetic in Maya
[5 copies plus notes in six folders]
16 “Arithmetic in Maya and in Roman”
17 “Autonomy of the University”
18 “Backgrounds for Education in Latin America.”
19 “Bilingualism and Mental Measures: A Word of Caution.” (appeared in The Journal of Applied Psychology, December 1934)
20 “Bilingualism in the Southwest: A Tragi-comedy.”
21 “Bilingualism, So Called.”
22 “Building America’s Future”
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69 1 “Community Education in Taos County”
2 “Consultant’s Report (Edgewood, Pasadena and Harlingen school systems),” 1951
3 “The Crux of the Dual Language Handicap,” 1954
4 “Cultural Basis for Hemispheric Solidarity,” 1940
5 “The Default of Leadership,” 1950
6 “The Development of Education in Venezuela”
[copy 1]
7 “The Development of Education in Venezuela”
[copy 2]
8 “The Development of Education in Venezuela”
[copy 3]
9 “The Development of Education in Venezuela”
[Chpt. 2 only]
10 “The Division of Information and Statistics: State Department of Education.” (appeared as “General Educational Research” in U.S. Daily, 30 September 1931.
11 “Economic System of Education in New Mexico.” [1932]
12 “Editorial from Council 85,” 1946
13-15 “Education in Mexico”
[3 copies in 3 folders]
16 “Education in Mexico in the Sixteenth Century.” (appeared in New Mexico Quarterly, August 1934) [with Virgie R. Sánchez]
17 “Education in Southern Peru” [copy 1]
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70 1 “Education in Southern Peru” [copy 2]
2 “Education in Southern Peru” [notes]
3 “Education of Spanish-speaking Children”
4 “Educational Financial Reform: A Proposal.” (appeared in New Mexico School Review, 1932, 18-20.
5 “Educational Research in New Mexico”
6 “Educational Trends in Latin America,” 1940
7 “The Educators Oppose the 20 Mill Constitutional Amendment”
8 “La Enseñanza de las Ciencias Sociales”
9 “Equality of Opportunity”
10 “Equitable Distribution Needed for New School Revenue.” (appeared in Santa Fe New Mexican, 4 January 1934)
11 “An Experiment in the Education of Bilinguals”
12 “False Economy in School Budgets” (appeared in New Mexico Press, 2 April 1932)
13 “Financing Public Education in New Mexico” (appeared in the New Mexico School Review, January 1935)
14 “Foreign Home-language, Personality, Education and Texas”
15 “Forgotten People,” 1940
16 Forgotten People, 1940
17 “Going Home”
18 “Good Neighbors – At Home”
19 “Great Issues in American Education Arising Out of the Social Milieu”
20 “Group Differences and Spanish-speaking Children,” 1931
21 “Grouping on the Basis of Tests”
22 “Helping Him to Help Himself”
23 “Higher Education in Mexico”
24 “Highway Expenditures and Educational Status: A Comparative Study of the Effect of Road Improvements upon Educational Efficiency”
25 “Homogeneous Grouping”
26 “I, Mexican American.” [1971]
27 “The Implications of a Basal Vocabulary to the Measurement of the Abilities of Bilingual Children.” (appeared in the Journal of Social Psychology, 1934)
28 “Inter-American Education: Some Problems and an Opportunity”
29 “Introduction to Education in the U. S. A.”
30 “Language Handicap”
31 “Language Problem of Spanish-speaking Children”
32 “Latin America and the Curriculum,” 1940
33 “Latin-American Culture and Continental Solidarity”
34 “Lo Que Se Ha de Saber Para Llegar a Ser Ciudadano de los Estados Unidos de America”
35 “Management and Mismanagement in a State Business: Education.” (appeared in New Mexico Business Review, October 1934)
36 “Memorandum: Re: Indigenous Organizations of Mexican Americans, ” 1953
37 “The Mexican Problem and Acculturation”
38 Mexico: Land of the Eagle and the Serpent [copy 1]
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71 1 Mexico: Land of the Eagle and the Serpent [copy 2]
2 Mexico: Land of the Eagle and the Serpent [galleys]
3 “Mortality in the Public Schools of New Mexico, 1930-31,” 1931
4 “A New Frontier Policy in the Americas”
5 “New Mexicans and Acculturation,” 1941
6 “New Mexico Ranks Low in School Costs.” (appeared as “Cost Distribution for Education in New Mexico” in U.S. Daily, 8 April 1932)
7 “New Mexico Youth, a Brief Statistical Report,” 1939 [copy 1]
8 “New Mexico Youth, a Brief Statistical Report,” 1939 [copy 2]
9 “Numbers Among the Mayas of Yucatan”
10 “On Federal Aid,” 1958
11 “On the Evaluation of Professors by Students”
12 “Organization of Public Schools”
13 “Our Money’s Worth” (appeared in The Taxpayer, 17 November 1934)
14 “Oxygen-starved Brains: An Excuse for Bias”
15 “Palm – The School Building: A Report”
16 “El Panamericanismo Comienza en Casa”
17 “Pasó por aquí,” 1971
18 The People: A Study of the Navajos, 1947
19 “Perspective,” 1958
20 “Poor Mexican!”
21 “A Position Paper on Education,” 1960s
22 “Preliminary Report (Navajo)”
23 “Problemas de la Educación de Niños Bilingües en Los Estados Unidos”
24 “The Proposed Referenda and School Finance,” 1933
25 “Protecting Resident New Mexico Teachers” (appeared in New Mexico Press, September 1931)
26 “Pupil Progress in a State School System” (appeared in U.S. Daily, 23 November 1931)
27 “Quantitative and Objective Criteria in Education: A Delusion,” 1960
28 “Re: The Texas Project for Migrant Children” [TEA], 1964
29 “Responsibility for Curtailments in Education,” 1932
30 “Say It the Spanish Way,” 1960-1961
31 “School Census Distribution in N.M. for 1931,” 1932
32 “School Integration and Americans of Mexican descent,” 1958
33 “Schools and Culture,” 1940
34 “Shades of the Stone Age”
35 “Some of My Best Friends Are Optometrists: A Few Notes”
35 “A Source of School Revenue Fails Us”
37 “Spain in the United States”
38 “The ‘Spanish American’”
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72 1-5 “Spanish in the Southwest”
[5 copies in 5 folders]
6 “Spanish-speaking People in the Southwest,” 1953
7 “Spanish-speaking People in the United States”
8 “Status of New Mexico in Educational Efficiency,” 1932
9 “A Study of the Scores of Spanish-speaking Children on Repeated Tests”
10 “A Study of Educational Opportunities Provided Spanish-name Children In Ten Texas School Systems,” 1948
11 “A Study of Educational Opportunities Provided Spanish-name Children In Ten Texas School Systems” [research and notes]
12 “The Substitute ‘Equalization’ Bill” (appeared in New Mexico Press, March 1933)
13 “Teachers’ Salaries Cost Less Today Than They Did a Decade Ago,” 1932
14 “Tejas.”
15 “Tentative Report on a Study of Illegal Alien Labor In the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas,” 1950
16 “The Texan of Mexican Descent,” 1967
17 “Texas Heritage,” 1967
18 “Underdeveloped Peoples at Home,” 1962
19 “The United Mexican States”
20 Untitled, (“The Spanish-Mexican people have been in the Southwest for more than three hundred years...”
21 “Venezuelan Educators,” c.1964
22 “El Viejo”
23 “Wetbacks: A Preliminary Report,” Report to the Advisory Committee Study of Spanish-speaking People, University of Texas, 1949 [with Lyle Saunders]
24 “The Wetback Problem of the Southwest,” 1949
25 “What are we waiting for?” 1967
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73 1 Book reviews
2 Evaluation of Texts
3 Materials found in books cataloged from the George I. Sánchez library
4-6 Various Notes, N.d.
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IV. Speeches and Interviews, 1931-1970

Speeches are arranged chronologically.
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73 7 “A Study of the Scores of Spanish-speaking Children on Repeated Tests,” 7 May 1931
8 “Problemas del Bilingualismo.” (discurso presentado al Instituto Pan-Americano, Universidad de Nuevo México, 26 Julio 1932)
9 “Aspects in the Curtailment of School Advantages.” (address before the University of New Mexico Summer Session Assembly, 27 July 1932)
10 “Minority groups and democracy” (National LULAC convention banquet), 3 June 1939
11 “The Fruits of Conquest” (excerpt from Forgotten People; summary of a talk given at the Tourist Host School, Albuquerque, NM), 12 March 1940
12 “Forgotten People,” 1940
13 “An Educational Philosophy to Meet the Needs of Democracy in a Crisis,” 6 January 1941
14 “North of the Border,” 30 December 1941
15 “Puerto Rico: Crossroads of the Americas,” 27 May 1942
16 “México in Transition,” 15 April 1943
17 “Educación normal mexicana vista desde el extranjero” (Segundo Congreso Nacional de Educación Normal, Monterrey, NL, México), 1 December 1945
18 “Cranford-Sánchez Animated and Live Action Sound Motion Pictures Method for Teaching Languages,” 13 January 1946
19 Address to the Texas Good Neighbor Commission, 26 March 1948
20 "The Default of Leadership," Southwest Council on Education of Spanish-Speaking People Fourth Regional Conference, January 1950
21 Good Neighbor Commission of Texas, c.22 January 1951
22 Address by George I. Sánchez, KTXN, 23 July 1956
23 Speech before the House opposing H.B.11, c.1957
24 “Problems of Latin-Americans,” 1959
25 “Some Bright Spots and Some Problems In the Inter-American Scene,” 1959, 1961
26 “Inter-American Relations: A Memoir,” [after 1962]
27 President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, 1963
28 “Mass Media and Education in Latin America” [after 1963]
29 “Current Issues In the Education of Mexican-American Children and Youth,” c.1964
30 “Autonomy of the University,” 1965
31 Speech at the White House Conference on the Spanish-speaking, 26 October 1966
32 “Community power structure: trends in the Southwest” (New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM), 8 December 1966
33 “Soy mexicano” (Texas MASO meeting), 19 April 1969
34 Statement to Faculty and Graduate Students, Department of History and Philosophy of Education, 23 January 1969
35 “Educational Change in Historical Perspective” [after 1969]
36 “Arguments Against Segregation,” N.d.
37 “Community Power Structure: Trends in the Southwest," N.d.
38 “Negroes, Latins, Indians. Education, politics, civil liberties,” N.d.
39 Radio Spot: “Stanley Woods for Governor,” N.d.
40 Various Speech Notes, N.d.
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74 Interviews:
1 Excerpts from Correspondence and Meetings with Consultants on Research Study, Investigation of Mental Retardation and Pseudo Mental Retardation in Relation to Bilingual and Sub0cultural Factors, Arizona State University, 1960
2 National Elementary Principal, November 1970
3 La Luz, May 1976
Sound Recording:
4 2 Phonodiscs entitled "Ralph Yarborough Senate Re-Election Campaign," featuring Dr. George I. Sánchez, 1958
[marked "a" and "b," Sánchez is on disc "b"]
Manuscript Covers:
5 Cover for manuscript of Forgotten People, N.d.
6 Cover for manuscript of The People, N.d.



 

V. Photographs, 1930s-1966

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75 Photographs of George I. Sánchez
1 Portrait of George I. Sánchez, 1930s[?]
2 In Mexico's Role in International Intellectural Cooperation, 1945
3 George I. Sánchez and Alba Club, University of Texas at Austin, 1947
4 George I. Sánchez with group in Victoria, Tex., 11 June 1948
5 George I. Sánchez and others with Guatemalan teachers, Fall 1954
6 George I. Sánchez at conference in Union City, Cal., April 1963
7 George I. Sánchez at United Farm Workers Rally, Texas State Capitol, 1966
8 George I. Sánchez at National Conference of Mexican American Issues, Washington, DC, 1966
9 George I. Sánchez among unidentified group seated at table, N.d.
Schools in Thirteen Texas School Districts
Electronic images of these photographs may be viewed at the University of Texas at Austin General Libraries' page Digitization of Photographs from the George Isidore Sánchez Papers.
10 Bastrop [sanbas01-13]
11 Beeville [sanbee01-25]
12 Cotulla [sancot01-14]
13 Eagle Pass [saneag01-20
14 Elgin [sanelg01-17]
15 Jourdanton [sanjou01-14]
16 Mathis [sanmat01-09]
17 Mathis [sanmat10-18]
18 Orange Grove [sanora01-09]
19 Richmond [sanric01-18]
20 San Angelo [sanang01-17]
21 Sandia [sandia01-04]
22 Sinton [sansin01-13]
23 Uvalde [sanuva01-26]
Schools in San Miguel and Río Arriba Counties, New Mexico
Electronic images of these photographs may be viewed at the University of Texas at Austin General Libraries' page Digitization of Photographs from the George Isidore Sánchez Papers.
24 Río Arriba [sanra001-085] [Oversized – removed to Box 77]
25 San Miguel [sansm001-136] [Oversized – removed to Box 77]
26 New Mexico Area [sannmx01-08]
Migrant Labor Camps in Texas
Electronic images of these photographs may be viewed at the University of Texas at Austin General Libraries' page Digitization of Photographs from the George Isidore Sánchez Papers.
27 Migrant Labor Camp After Fire [sanfir01-06]
28 Migrant Camps [sanmig01-10]
29 Migrant Camps [sanmig11-20]
30 Migrant Camps [sanmig21-30]
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76 Other Photographs
1 Colorado Latin American Conference, Pueblo, Col., 1952
2 A.L. Campa photographs from Italy during World War II
3-4 New Mexico Roads
5 Published in "The Forgotten People: A Study of New Mexicans"
6 "The People: A Study of the Navajo"
7 Navajos Photographed by Milton Snow
8 Aerial Photographs of Navajo Country
9 Penitentes at Piedra Lumbre, NM
10 Migrant Labor Camp Scenes Photographed by John Wolvin, 1949
11 Russell Lee Photographs
12 Russell Lee's descriptions of his Photographs Taken at Corpus Christi and San Angelo, Texas, April and May 1949
13 Russell Lee Photographs, 1949
14-15 Guatemalan Teachers Portraits [Guatemalan teachers who participated in a project at UT Austin], 1954
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77 Oversized Photographs
Río Arriba
San Miguel



 

VI. Reference Materials: The George I. Sánchez Library

A bibliography listing Reference Materials in the Sánchez papers is available in the Benson rare books and manuscripts reading room. A number of books from Sánchez's library have been separated and cataloged for inclusion in the general holdings of the Benson Latin American Collection.
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79 Legal Cases
1 Barranza v. Pecos ISD Board of Trustees, 1953
2 Cortez v. Carrizo Springs ISD, 1955
Delgado v. Bastrop ISD:
3 General, 1948-1950
4 Complaint, [1948]
5 Final Judgement, 1948
6 Gonzalez v. Sheely, 1950-1951
7 Hernandez v. Driscoll ISD, 1956-1957
8 Hernandez v. State of Texas, 1952-1953
9 Hobson v. District of Columbia Board of Education, 1966[?]
10 Mendez v. Westminster School District, 1947
11 Ortiz, et al, v. William C. Jack, et al, 1952
12 Rodriguez v. San Antonio ISD, 1971
13 Romero v. Weakley, 1955
14 Salinas v. Kingsville ISD, N.d.
15 Villareal v. Mathis ISD
16 Assorted School Segregation Cases, 1970-1971
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80 Bibliographies
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81 Native American Materials [list available in reading room]
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82 New Mexico Materials [list available in reading room]
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83-91 Other Reference Files [list available in reading room]
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92-94 Card Files
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92 Publications card file, alphabetical by author/title
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93 Publications card file, alphabetical by author/title/subject, and "books checked out"
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94 Doctoral and Masters Theses card file



 

VII. Oversized Materials

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78 Oversized Reference Materials
1 A Portfolio of Outstanding Americans of Mexican Descent (Menlo Park, Cal.: Educational Consulting Associates, 1970)
2 La Casa del Estudiante Indigena (Mexico: Talleres Graficos de la Nación, 1927)
3 New Mexico Common Schools Annual Financial and Statistical Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1931-1932
4 New Mexico Common Schools Annual Financial and Statistical Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1932-1933
5 Holiday [magazine], October 1962
6 Atlas of Mexico (Austin, Tex.: University of Texas, 1970)
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95 1 Oversized materials separated from other boxes 1995
2 Materials from the George I. Sánchez exhibit at Berkeley, 1995
2 Announcement for the College of Education Convocation featuring Dr. Danile F. Rubín as speaker, 1963
3 Ledger with statistics from 1920s
4 Mexico en Cifras (Atlas Estadístico), 1934
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96 1 Map, educational materials, publications
1 The Southwesterner, December 1966
1 Newspapers and broadsides, c.1942-1967
1 Posters of population statistics
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Drawer 15 1 Map of Latin America
[1]
2 Diagrams of "Maya Computer" and Maps of Southwestern states
[7]
3 Maps of Texas and Navajo Country
[19]



 

VIII. Restricted Materials

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X Restricted Materials