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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

I. General and Biographical, 1934-1989

II. Correspondence, 1943-1985

III. Activities and Organizations, 1966-1985

IV. Written Works, 1943-1984

V. Research Projects, 1956-1984

VI. Photographs, 1965-1983

VII. Audio-Visual Materials, 1969-1981

VIII. Artifacts and Realia, 1965-1983

IX. Julian Samora Library,

X. Betty Samora Papers, 1962-1979

The Benson Latin American Collection

Julian Samora Papers, 1934-1989



Descriptive Summary

CreatorSamora, Julian, 1920-
TitleJulian Samora Papers, Part 1
Dates: 1934-1989
AbstractCorrespondence, written works, personal and biographical materials, organization records, photographs, audiovisual materials, and the collected library of the Mexican American sociologist and anthropologist, educator, civil rights advocate, and civic leader Dr. Julian Samora.
Accession No.1985-12
OCLC Record No.24426265
Extent100 linear feet
LanguageEnglish and Spanish
RepositoryBenson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Mexican American civil rights advocate, educator, sociologist and anthropologist Dr. Julian Samora was born 1 March 1920 in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. As a child, Samora experienced significant discrimination at school and in his community, experiences that influenced his future personal and professional activities. In 1938, with a scholarship from the Frederick G. Bonfils Foundation, Samora entered Adams State Teacher's College in Alamosa, Colorado, where he graduated in 1942 with a degree in history and political science. That same year he married Betty Archuleta, with whom he had five children. In 1947 Samora obtained a Master's Degree from Colorado State University, and in 1953 he received his doctorate in Sociology and Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis with his dissertation on "Minority Leadership in a Bi-Cultural Community." He is considered to be the first Mexican American to receive a Ph.D. in Sociology and Anthropology.

In 1955 Dr. Samora became an assistant professor of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, where he worked with his long-time friend Lyle Saunders. In 1957 he became an assistant professor in Sociology and Anthropology at Michigan State University, and in 1959 took a tenured position as professor of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame. He became the Head of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and Director of the Graduate Studies Program at Notre Dame, where he remained until his retirement in 1985. In 1971, with a grant from the Ford Foundation, Dr. Samora founded the Mexican American Graduate Studies Program at Notre Dame, which he considered on of his greatest accomplishments. In fifteen years as the Program's director Dr. Samora mentored and trained more than 50 students, most of whom obtained advanced degrees in diverse fields including Economics, History, Law, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.

Dr. Samora's own research interests included the delivery of health services, rural populations in urban settings and the rural poor, Mexican immigration and the movement of Mexican Americans along the U.S.-Mexico border, population studies, and the educational status of youth and adults. He was the author or co-author of numerous articles and books, including Mexican-Americans in the Southwest (1969), Los Mojados: The Wetback Story (1971), A History of the Mexican-American People (1977), and Gunpowder Justice: A Reassessment of the Texas Rangers (1979).

Dr. Samora was an active participant in his academic, ethnic, and local communities throughout his life. He was co-founder, along with Ernesto Galarza and Herman Gallegos, of the Southwest Council of La Raza, now the National Council of La Raza. He served on boards or as a consultant to many organizations including, among others, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Commission, the Council on Foundations, the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, the John Hay Whitney Foundation, the Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund, the National Assessment of Educational Progress, the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Science Foundation, the President's Commission on Rural Poverty, the President's Commission on Income Maintenance Programs, the United States Bureau of the Census, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and the United Way.

Dr. Samora received many honors and accolades during his lifetime. In 1985 he received the White House Hispanic Heritage Award. In 1989 Michigan State University founded the Julian Samora Research Institute, the first major university research center named for a Latino. In 1990 the Mexican government honored Dr. Samora, along with César Chávez and Américo Paredes, as the recipient of El Orden del Aguila Azteca, its highest civilian award given to non-Mexican citizens.

Dr. Julian Samora died on 2 February 1996 at his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, after a long struggle with Progressive Supra Nuclear Palsy.

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Scope and Contents Note

Personal and biographical materials, correspondence, written works, organization records, research materials, photographs, audiovisual materials, and artifacts (1934-1989) document the life and career of Mexican American civil rights leader, educator, sociologist and anthropologist Dr. Julian Samora. The papers are arranged following as closely as possible Dr. Samora's original organization in ten series: Personal and Biographical, Correspondence, Activities and Organizations, Written Works, Research Projects, Photographs, Audiovisual Materials, Artifacts and Realia, the Julian Samora Library, and the Betty Samora Papers.

The first series,   Personal and Biographical, 1934-1989, is a small series that includes certificates received by Samora, diplomas and other educational documents, his curriculum vitae, financial documents, clippings about Samora, and calendars from years 1962 to 1982.

The second series,   Correspondence, 1943-1985, contains letters written to and by Dr. Samora. The files are primarily arranged alphabetically by individual or organization name, though there is also a chronological letter file kept by Samora for the years 1967-1984. Included among the many correspondents are Jorge Bustamante, Gilberto Cardenas, Ernesto Galarza, Herman Gallegos, Father Theodore Hesburgh of Notre Dame, Charles Loomis, George I. Sánchez, Lyle Saunders, Vicente T. Ximenes, and organizations the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, the Journal of Mexican American History, the Rosenberg Foundation, and the John Hay Whitney Foundation. Other noted names present in the correspondence files include César Chávez, Senator Birch Bayh, and Hubert H. Humphrey.

The third series,   Activities and Organizations, 1966-1985, consists of files relating to organizations with which Samora was involved. The files contain more correspondence, but also printed materials, meeting minutes, publications and other records. Organizations represented include the Council on Foundations, the Ford Foundation (with which Samora worked on a population program, a U.S.-Mexico Border Project, and the Doctoral Program at Notre Dame), the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), the Southwest Council of La Raza/National Council of La Raza, the Bureau of the Census, and the University of Notre Dame. Records from the University of Notre Dame include information on courses given by Samora, correspondence with faculty and staff, and information on the Mexican American Graduate Studies Program and Mexican American Lecture Series.

Series four,   Written Works, 1943-1984, includes articles, books, book reviews, and manuscripts written by Samora. The works are arranged alphabetically by title. Also included in this series are manuscript drafts and research materials relating to some manuscript projects—specifically for Gunpowder Justice and A History of the Mexican American People—and notes written by Samora on various topics.

The fifth series,   Research Projects, 1956-1984, includes proposals, reports, data, and correspondence related to various researches done by Samora. These include oral histories of Mexican Americans in East Chicago—later used for his "Mexican Americans in a Midwest Metropolis," a National Study of Spanish Name (Spanish Speaking) People, and a study of Patient Characteristics in Denver General Hospital, among others.

The sixth series,   Photographs, 1965-1983, includes portrait photographs of Samora, a number of group photographs with Samora—including one with President Lyndon Baines Johnson and another at the 1968 Ford Foundation Population Conference in Italy—black-and-white and color snapshots, and various photos of other individuals, meetings, or related subjects.

Series seven,   Audiovisual Materials,1970-1981, contains primarily audio tapes of lectures by various Mexican American scholars and activists, many as part of the Mexican American Lecture Series at Notre Dame. Some of these cassette tapes are accompanied by printed transcripts.

Series eight consists of   Artifacts and Realia, 1965-1983, that appear to have come from Samora's office after his retirement in 1985. Materials include plaques, a name plate, a paperweight, a pen used by Lyndon Baines Johnson to sign legislation (pictured in on of the photographs in series six), and other similar items.

The ninth series, which makes up the second part of this finding guide, is the Julian Samora Library. This large series includes articles and reprints, and subject files collected over the years by Samora. These materials are listed alphabetically and present an extensive collection of works on Mexican Americans from the 1940s and 1950s through the 1980s. This series also includes various card files that present bibliographic information on these and other similar works.

The tenth and last series in the collection is a small group of   Betty Samora Papers, 1962-1979. These primarily include correspondence and a presentation and information on the Women's Council for Human Relations.

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Restrictions

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

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Index Terms

The Julian Samora Papers are classified under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas Libraries catalog:
Samora, Julian, 1920-
Samora, Betty Archuleta
Ford Foundation
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
National Council of La Raza
Southwest Council of La Raza
Texas Rangers
United States. Census Advisory Committee on the Spanish Origin Population for the 1980 Census
United States Commission on Civil Rights
United States. National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty
University of Notre Dame. Dept. of Sociology
United States--Emigration and immigration--Government policy
Mexican-American Border Region--Research
Aliens, Illegal--United States
Hispanic Americans--Colorado--Social conditions
Hispanic Americans--Statistics
Mexican Americans--Civil rights
Mexican Americans--Study and teaching
Migrant agricultural laborers--United States--Social conditions
Social medicine--Research--Colombia
Social medicine--Research--Southwest, New
Sociology--Study and teaching--United States
Other Authors
Bustamante, Jorge A.
Candelaria, Cordelia
Cardenas, Gilberto
D'Antonio, William V.
Galarza, Ernesto, 1905-
Gallegos, Herman E.
Larson, Richard F.
McWilliams, Carey, 1905-
Ordóñez Plaja, Antonio
Saunders, Lyle, 1907-
Sena Rivera, Jaime
Taylor, Paul Schuster, 1895-

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Related Material

The University of Texas Libraries holds many of Dr. Samora's works in its library collections. These materials can be found by searching the University of Texas Libraries catalog.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Julian Samora Papers, Benson Latin American Collection, University Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin.

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Box and Folder Inventory

 

I. General and Biographical, 1934-1989

box
1General, 1938-1989
1Certificates and Awards, 1938-1981
2Identification and Membership Cards, 1941-1973, N.d.
3Marriage Certificates, 26 November 1942
4Family Certificates, 1951, 1953, 1975
5Passport and Vaccinations, 1963-1967
6Curriculum Vitae, 1963-1983
7Correspondence Regarding Betty Samora, 1975-1980
8Last Will and Testament of José Julian Samora, 20 November 1978 [1963]
9Marriage Certificate (copy), Julian and Marcella Samora, 3 July 1983
10Julian Samora Research Institute Inauguration Program, 1989
Education, 1934-1963
11Diploma - Archuleta County (CO) Public Schools, 24 May 1934
12Diploma - Pagosa Springs (CO) High School, 27 May 1938
13Diploma - Adams State Teachers College (CO), 25 May 1942
14Diploma - Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 15 August 1947
15Diploma and Commencement Program - Washington University (MO), 28 August 1953
16Final Examination of Julian Samora for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 18 September 1953
17Newsclippings
18Various Documents, 1943-1982
19Business Cards (NOT Samora), N.d.
box
2Financial Documents, 1953-1983
1Life Insurance, 1953-1979
2Insurance, 1968-1983
3Income Tax, 1970
4Income Tax, 1971
5Income Tax, 1972
6Medical Expenses, 1978-1979, 1982
7[File on the Truchas house], 1970s-1980s
8Various Financial Documents,
box
148Calendars, 1962-1982
1 1962-1963
2 1965
3 1966
4-5 1967
[2 calendars]
6 1968
7 1969
8 1970
9 1971
SEE ALSO: Box 61 Folder 10 for other calendars, 1971-1975
10 1976
11 1977
12 1979-1981
13-14 1982
[2 calendars]

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II. Correspondence, 1943-1985

box
3Alphabetical Correspondence 1943-1985
1A-Ai– [various], 1964-1983
2Abelardo (Delgado, Abelardo), 1978
3Abney, Armando J., 1981-1984
4Abrego, Silas H. (Montal Systems, Inc.), 1970-1971
5Acosta, Salvador, 1975, N.d.
6Acuña, Rudy, 1972-1981
7Adams State College - Correspondence, 1944-1969
8Adams State College - Financial and Administrative, 1945-1955
9Adams, Dr. Richard, 1965
10AFL-CIO, 1967-1968
11Al- [various], 1966-1984
12Aldrete, Cristóbal P., 1980
13Alers-Montalvo, Manuel, 1964-1981
14Alers-Montalvo, Manuel - Enclosures, 3 December 1966
15Alfaro, Ruben, 1967-1975
16Allen, Robert N., Jr., 1978-1984
17Alvarez, A.F., 1968-1969
18Alvarez, Rodolfo, 1970-1983
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41Am– [various], 1964-1982
2American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1977-1980
3American Association for Higher Education, 1983
4American Association of University Professors (AAUP), 1969-1974
5American Council of Spanish-Speaking People (ACSSP) [Ed Idar], 1952-1953
6American Educational Research Association (AERA), 1971-1972
7American Express, 1984
8American Friends Service Committee, 1982
9American G.I. Forum - Correspondence, 1953-1971
10American G.I. Forum - Printed Material, 1958-1968
American Immigration and Citizenship Conference:
11 1973-1975
12 1976-1982
13Notes, 1975[?]
14Meeting Minutes, 1975-1980
15American Jewish Committee (Florida), 1962-1963
16American Sociological Association, 1978-1984
17American Sociological Review, 1970-1973
18Amrein, Edward J., 1973-1977
boxfolder
51An– [various], 1960-1980
2Anaya, Rudolfo, 1975
3Anaya, Toney, 1983-1984
4Anderson, Bernard (Rockefeller Foundation), 1983-1984
5Ansay, Tugrul, 1979-1981
6Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 1963-1970
7Ap– [various], 1968-1979
8Apodaca, Jerry, 1975
9Ar– [various], 1964-1985
10Arce, Carlos (Institute for Social Research), 1977-1984
11Archuleta, Alfred and Debra, 1983-1984
12Arizona Bilingual Council, 1963-1964
13Aspen Institute for Hunamistic Studies, 1974-1975
14Avila, William T., 1977
15Ba–Bam- [various], 1955-1984
16Baca, Reynaldo (National Dissemination and Assessment Center), 1980-1981
17Ballantine, Douglas, 1968-1969
18Ballesteros, Octavio A., 1975-1979
19Ballotti, Geno A. [Daedalus], 1965-1977
20Ban-Bay- [various], 1969-1982
21Barkan, Elliott, 1975-1976
22Barnes, Katrina McCormick, 1972-1974
23Barrera, Mario, 1976-1981
24Barrett, Donald N., 1963-1974
25Baum, Willa, 1980
26Bay County (MI) Council of Churches Migrant Ministry Committee, 1957-1958
27Bayh, Birch [U.S. Senator], 1963-1980
boxfolder
61Be– [various],
2Bedell, Alan C. (Hope College), 1975
3Belknap, Ivan, 1957
4Beltrán, Gonzalo Aguirre, 1959
5Benda, Gerd, 1964-1969
6Benge, Frances, 1964-1969
7Benton, Charles (Benton Foundation), 1984
8Bernal, Joseph J., 1965-1978
9Bi- [various], 1962-1982
10Bibliograph Requests, 1971
11Bibliography of the Spanish Speaking People, 1962, N.d.
12Biddle, Mrs. L.C., 1967
13Bilingual Press, 1982
14Bilkey, Warren, 1964
15Binkley, John I. (U.S. Commission on Civil Rights), 1968
16Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking, 1952-1968
17Bishops' Committee on Migrant Labor, 1960-1961
18Bl– [various], 1965-1983
19Blea, Irene, 1981-1982
20Blessing, James H. (National Endowment for the Humanities), 1968-1974
21Bo– [various], 1965-1979
22Board of National Missions of the United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, 1967
23Border Urbanization Correspondence, 1956-1979
24Boné, Edouard L., 1965
25Borja, Carlos F., 1964
26Bowen, J. Donald (NDEA Summer Institute), 1964
27Bou, Francisca, 1962
28Br– [various], 1954-1983
29Bracamonte, José A., 1978
30Braceros (Gilbert Cardenas), 1973-1974
31Brademas, John (Congressman), 1963-1979
boxfolder
71Brandewie, Ernest, 1984
2Briggs, Charles L. (Vassar College), 1981-1983
3Briggs, Vernon M., 1976-1979
4Brigham, Frederick H. (Institute for Inter-University Cooperative Research), 1982-1984
5Broden, Thomas F., 1963-1975
6Brody, Eugene B., 1961-1963
7Brown, Dorothy (Multi-Media Productions, Inc.), 1969-1970
8Bu– [various], 1963-1983
9Burciaga, José Antonio, and Cecilia Preciado-Burciago, 1977-1984
10Burger, Henry G., 1969
11Burns, Robert E., 1973-1982
12Burma, John, 1954-1968
13Burtchaell, Rev. James T., 1971-1980
14Bustamante, Jorge - Correspondence, 1966-1973
15Bustamante, Jorge - Correspondence, 1974-1984, N.d.
16Bustamante, Jorge - Other Materials, 1969-1976
boxfolder
81Ca–Cam- [various], 1962-1982
2Caldera, Rafael, 1964-1969
3California- [various], 1963-1969
4Calleros, Cleofas, 1962
5Calvillo, Simon, 1976
6Campa, Arthur L., 1948-1976
7Campos, Margarita, 1982
8Can-Caz- [various], 1949-1982
9Candelaria, Cordelia - Correspondence, 1972-1981
10Candelaria, Cordelia - Correspondence, 1982-1984
11Candelaria, Cordelia - Chicana Manuscript Correspondence, 1976-1981
12Candelaria, Nash, 1984
Cardenas, Gilberto - Correspondence:
13 1969-1972
14 1973
15 1974
16 1975-1980
17 1981-1984
18Cardenas, Gilberto - Course Materials, 1974-1982
19Cardenas, Gilberto - Resumes, 1973-1982
20Cardenas, Gilberto - Other Materials, 1972-1984, N.d.
boxfolder
91Carranza, Miguel A. - Professional Correspondence, 1975-1985
2Carranza, Miguel A. - Dissertation Proposal and Resume, c.1973
3Carrillo, Carmen, 1979-1984
4Carter, Thomas P., 1968
5Casa de Amistad, 1981-1984
6Casavantes, Edward J., 1968
7Casso, Henry J. [Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Seaking], 1965-1970
8Castillo, Leonel J. (Immigration and Naturalization Service), 1977-1978
9Castro, Donald F., 1974-1983
10Castro, Felix (Youth Opportunities Foundation), 1965
11Cellini, Julia T., 1966-1968
12Center for Applied Linguistics, 1975-1976
13Center for Civil Rights, 1973-1978
14Center for Intercultural Documentation/CIF Reports, 1964-1965
15Center for Latino and Latin American Affaris (Northern Illinois University), 1981-1983
16Center for Migration Studies, 1969-1984
17Center for Multi-Cultural Studies and Educational Resources, 1967
18Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1965-1974
19Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies (U.C. Berkeley), 1983
20Centro de Inmigración, 1978
21Centro Interamericano de Libros Academicos (CILA), 1969-1978
22El Cerrito, 1970
23Cha– [various], 1968-1983
24Chance, Mrs. Jackson (Rosenberg Foundation), 1966-1970
25Chapman, Leonard Fielding (Immigration and Naturalization Service), 1975
26Chargin, Judge Gerald S., 1969
boxfolder
101Charles, Isabel (Notre Dame), 1976-1980
2Chavaria, Elvira (University of Texas Benson Latin American Collection, 1982-1983
3Chavarría, Jesús, 1971-1983
4Chávez, César - Correspondence, 1975-1979
5Chávez, César - Speaking Engagement, 1979
6Che-Chr- [various], 1963-1976
7Chertkov, Boren (U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Migratory Labor), 1969-1971
8The Chicago Reporter, 1972
9Chicana Conference, 1975
10Chicana Service Action Center, 1975
11Chicano(a) Graduate Students in Sociology, 1975-1976
12Chicano Studies ATM (mailing list), 1984
13Chicano Studies Questionnaire, 1984
14Chicano Training Center, 1972
15Chicano Universities, 1971-1972
16Christian, Chester C., 1967
17Christmas List, 1982, N.d.
18Ci-Cl- [various], 1969-1984
19Clement, Norris C., 1980
20Clifton, James A., 1964-1965
21Co-Con- [various], 1964-1984
22Cobos, Rubén, 1976-1980
23Cohen, Lucy M., 1965-1971
24Cohen, Raquel E., 1972-1974
25Cole, Stewart G. (National Conference of Christians and Jews), 1948-1956
26Colegio César Chávez, 1980-1981
27College Seven - University of California Santa Cruz, 1974
28Collins, Michael, 1973-1974
29Colombian Embassy, 1963-1964
boxfolder
111Colorado Anti-Discrimination Commission - Office of FEP (Chapman, Roy M.), 1953-1958
2Colorado State College, 1944-1972
Colorado Latin American Conference:
3Correspondence, 1952-1957
4Literature Correspondence, 1955
5Financial, 1954
6Printed Material, 1953-1962
7Colorado - State Division of Public Health - Correspondence, 1946-1953
8Colorado - State Division of Public Health - Printed Material, 1946-1952
9Colorado State University, 1973-1975
10Commission for Mexican American Affairs, Archdiocese of San Antonio, 1975
11Committee on International Exchange of Persons (Francis A. Young), 1965-1970
12Committee on Teacher-Sociologists (ASA), 1969-1971
13Commission on Western Hemisphere Immigration, 1968
14Common Council for American Unity, 1954, 1962
15The Commonwealth Fund, 1954
16Community Health Service, 1984
17Community Service Organization, Inc. (CSO), 1962
18Comunidad Organizada Para Educación (COPE), 1971
19Concepción, Mercedes B., 1965
20Congressional Hispanic Caucus, 1981-1984
21Conner, Elizabeth (National Hispanic Week of South Bend), 1980, 1983
22Connor, Reverend John, 1976
23Convers, Gilbert (American Council for Nationalities Service), 1964
boxfolder
121Coo-Cox [various], 1964-1983
2Cooney, Andrew (San Juan Center, Hartford, Conn.), 1962
3Cornelius, Wayne A., 1977-1982
4Corona, Bert N., 1967-1968
5Coronado, Richard, 1975
6Cortés, Michael, 1982
7Cortese, Anthony J., 1979-1981
8Corwin, Arthur F., 1970-1973
9Costilla County (CO) Health Association, 1946
10Council for the International Lay Apostolate (CILA), 1965
11Cox, C. Lee (Pacific Telephone), 1983
12Cr- [various], 1969-1981
13Craig, Ann L., 1976, 1979
14Crawford, Ann Fears, 1974-1976
15Crespin, George E. (Diocese of Oakland), 1979-1983
16Crevenna, Theo R., 1979-1980
17Crosson, Frederick J., 1970-1979
18Cu-Cy- [various], 1963-1984
19Cullen, Diane List, 1983
20Culotta, Stanley [Holy Cross H.S.], 1968
21Curtis, Jack, 1961-1962
22Da– [various], 1962-1982
23Daedalus, 1978
24Dake, Donald A. (South Bend Community School Corporation), 1974
25Dale, Gilbert R., 1964-1980
26Daly, Charles U., 1980-1984
27The Danforth Foundation, 1977-1979
28D'Antonio, William V., 1962-1967
29D'Antonio, William V., 1968-1980
30D'Antonio Study, 1962
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131Darden, Bud, 1978
2DaSilva, J. Fabio Barbosa, 1973-1984
3Davidson, James D., 1972, 1984
4Dávila, Luis (Indiana University), 1970-1980
5De– [various], 1966-1982
6Deane, William N., 1950-1963
7DeBose, Charles S. (San Diego Dept. of Public Health), 1966
8DECE - Center of Christian Democratic Action, 1965
9Decola, Vic (Notre Dame - Restricted Funds), 1978-1979
10De Haan, Dale (Senator Kennedy's Office), 1968-1969
11De Leon, Armando, 1968-1978
12Democratic National Committee, c.1966-1984
13Denman, Gilbert M., 1979-1981
14Despres, Leo (Notre Dame - Sociology), 1974-1983
15DeVinney, Leland (Rockefeller Foundation), 1967
16Di– [various], 1968-1982
17Diaz, Michael, 1981
18Diaz, William (Ford Foundation), 1983
19Dickerson, Florence E. (John Hay Whitney Foundation), 1967
20Dilliard, Irving, 1969-1970
21DiRenzo, Gordon J., 1964-1965
22Division for the Spanish Speaking (United States Catholic Conference), 1969-1973
23Do– [various], 1969-1980
24Dodge, David L., 1969,1981
25Dolan, Jay P. (Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism), 1983-1984
26Dolan, Robert M. (Credit Union National Association), 1962
27Dr-Dy– [various], 1975-1984
28Driscoll, Barbara A., 1975-1984
29Duffy, Benedict (Agency for International Development), 1965
30Dugan, Dennis (Notre Dame - Economics), 1972-1974
31Duocastella, Father Rogelio, 1968-1969
32Duran, Jacobo, 1962
33Ea–Em- [various], 1954-1984
34Easton, D. Mack, 1953
35Eckler, A. Ross (Bureau of the Census), 1968
36Echave, Ralph A. (LULAC), 1968
37Education Commission of the United States, 1972-1984
38Education Development Center, 1978-1980
39Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC), 1967-1979
40Educational Systems Corp., 1972
41Egan, Monsignor John J., 1973-1983
42Ehrlich, Howard J., 1965-1968
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141El Centro, East Los Chicano Education Training & Research Organization, 1978
2El Paso [correspondence to/from], 1962
3El Paso, Texas, 1969
4Elizondo, Rev. Virgilio, 1984-1985
5Ellis, Peter (W.K. Kellogg Foundation), 1981
6En-Ex- [various], 1968-1984
7Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1966-1971
8Escalante Angulo, Carlos, 1963-1968
9Espinoza, Joe M., 1949-1950
10Espinoza, Wilma (Levi-Strauss Foundation), 1983-1984
11Estrada, Carmen, 1979-1981
12Estrada, Leobardo Felipe, 1978-1984
13Etzioni, Amitai, 1968
14Evans, Richard I., 1965
15External Research Lists, 1964
16Fa– [various], 1953-1984
17Fahey, Frank J., 1964-1973
18Faistl, Francis G., 1962, 1965
19Fals Borda, Orlando, 1963-1966
20Farm Labor, 1963-1965, 1972
21Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC), 1976-1980, N.d.
22Farrow, B.J. - Proposal, 1978
23Fe– [various], 1964-1981
24Fendrich, James, 1962
25Fernandez, Agustín, 1970
26Fernandez, Celestino, 1978-1984
27Fernandez, Raul, 1973-1978
28Ferreras, Salvadore, 1962
29Fetterman, John, 1967-1968
30Fi– [various], 1962-1973
31Figueroa, William, 1968
32Films - Chicano, 1971-1980, N.d.
33Finney, David (Texas House of Representatives), 1975
34Fischer, Claude, 1980
35Fishlow, David M. (ACLU), 1973
36Fishman, Josua A. (Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences), 1963-1964
37Fitzgerald, John J., 1972-1973
38Fitzpatrick, Joseph (Fordham University), 1962-1984
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151Fl– [various], 1968-1984
Flores, Estevan T.:
2 1973-1976
3 1978-1980
4 1981-1985
5Proposal, 1980
6Flores, Louis, 1968-1970
7Flores, Bishop Patrick F., 1972-1981
8Flores, Paul S., 1968-1973, 1980
9Florez, John, 1981
10Fo– [various], 1970-1982
11Ford Foundation, 1966-1969, 1982-1983
SEE ALSO: Activities and Organizations - Ford Foundation
12Form, William H., 1968-1971
13Fornaguera, Miguel (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), 1966
14Forum, 1983
15Forum of National Hispanic Organizations, 1982
16Foundation Center, 1969-1982
See Also: Activities and Organizations: Foundation Center
17Fr-Fu– [various], 1963-1984
18Francis, E.K., 1953-1964
19Francisco E. Martinez Defense Committee, 1982
20Frazer, Robert W., 1944-1953
21Freithaler, William O., 1968
22"Fronteras 1976," 1975-1976
23Fuchs, Lawrence H., 1968-1982
24Fuchs, Lawrence H. - Proposal, 1977
25Fulbright and Smith-Mundt Programs, 1961-1964
Furino, Antonio:
26 1971-1972
27 1979-1981
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161Ga–Gan- [various], 1967-1980
Galarza, Ernesto:
2 1959, 1963-1968
3 1969
4 1970
5 1971-1973
6 1974-1983
7Galarza correspondence [not with Samora], 1942-1943
8Articles and Book Reviews, 1970-1982
9Border Study Expenses, 1968-1970
10Mexican Americans (with Galarza and Gallegos)[correspondence], 1966-1967
11Gallardo, Lloyd L., 1962
Gallegos, Herman:
12 1962-1966
13 1967-1969
14 1970-1974
15 1975-1979
16 1980-1984
17"Proposal for an Assessment of the Mexican American Population of the United States in the 1980s," 1982-1983
18Other, N.d.
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171Gallegos, Phillip B., Jr., 1973-1974
2Gamble, Robert A., 1970
3Gann, Elbie L. (Colorado Education Association), 1967
4Gar-Gay- [various], 1969-1984
5Garcia, Angela (Stanford Center for Research and Development Teaching), 1974
6Garcia, Eugene E., 1977-1979
7Garcia, F. Chris, 1973-1974, 1982
8Garcia, Hector P. (American G.I. Forum), 1958-1971
9Garcia, Lauro (Guadalupe Organization), 1965-1968
10Garcia, Margarita, 1980
11García, Modesta, 1979-1980
12García, Nasario, 1973-1974
13Garcia, Octavio, 1980-1981
14Garcia, Scotty, 1968
15Gardner, John W., 1966
16Garza, Hisauro A., 1971-1984
Garza, Roberto, 1972-1973
SEE: Chronological Correspondence 61.9
17Gasser, Robert, 1962-1983
18Ge-Gl– [various], 1969-1982
19General Micro, Inc., 1985
20Germann, Douglas D. (Attorney), 1984
21Gleason, Philip, 1971-1981
22Go–Gom- [various], 1969-1981
23Goldkind, Victor, 1961-1969, N.d.
24Goldrick, John T. (Notre Dame - Director of Admissions), 1973-1974
25Gomez, Daniel J. (Mexican-American Documentation and Educational Research Institute - MADERI), 1970-1971
26Gómez, Severo (Texas Education Agency), 1972-1973
27Gómez-Quiñones, Juan, 1975-1984
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181Gonzales, Eugene, 1968-1978
2Gonzales, Juan L., 1981
3Gonzalez [various], 1967-1982
4Gonzalez, Henry B. - Correspondence, 1967-1970
5Gonzalez, Henry B. - Clippings, 1969
6Gonzalez, Nancie, 1965-1966
7González, Rosalinda M., 1979-1982
8González de León, Antonio, 1969-1972
9Goo-Gor- [various], 1966-1982
10Gordon, Richard J., 1974
11Gordon, Robert (Notre Dame), 1971-1984
12Gorum, Wendell J., 1971-1972
13Gr– [various], 1962-1982
14Graves, S. Robert, 1948-1965
15Greeley, Andrew W. (National Opinion Research Center), 1972-1982
16Greene, James F. (U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service), 1968-1975
17Greene, Sheldon L., 1969-1971
18Gu– [various] 1962-1982
19Guadalupe Organization, 1966-1968
20Guerra, Manuel H., 1967, 1983-1984
21Gutierrez, Jose Angel, 1972-1981
22Gutierrez-Witt, Laura, 1984-1985
23Guzmán, Ralph, 1962-1980
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191Ha– [various], 1966-1984
2Haig, Alexander M., 1981-1982
3Halsell, Grace, 1977-1980
4Halsell, Grace - Articles, 1978
5Haltigan, William J. (U.S. Department of Labor), 1967-1969
6Hamilton, Philip A., 1961, 1979
7Hancock, Ross (L.A. County School Districts), 1967
8Hanson, Robert C., 1965
9Harris, Robert (President's Commission on Income Maintenance Programs), 1968
10Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972
11Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973-1976
12Hartke, Vance (U.S. Senator), 1963, 1975
13Harvard Ethnic Encyclopedia, 1975-1978
14Hausman, Lt. Col. William (U.S. Army Medical R & D Command), 1963-1964
15Hayden, Robert G. (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare), 1966-1967
16He– [various], 1963-1983
17Head Start, 1968-1971
18Heffernan, Helen (CA Department of Education), 1964
19Heineman, Ben W. (President's Commission on Income Maintenance Programs), 1968-1969
20Herendeen, James, 1979-1982, N.d.
21Hernández, Judge Alfred J., 1968
22Hernandez, Andres B.,
23Hernández, Gregorio L., 1973-1974
24Hernández, José, 1972-1973
25Hernandez, Pedro F., 1967, 1969
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20Hesburgh, Father Theodore M. (Notre Dame - President):
1 1961-1965
2 1966-1968
3 1969-1971
4 1972-1973
5 1974-1981
6Hetter, Patricia, 1969-1982
7Hi– [various] 1970-1979
8Hiler, John (Congressman), 1981
9Hill, Reuben, 1967
10Hinojosa, Aida, 1979-1980
11Hinojosa, Gilberto M., 1980
12Hinojosa, Irene V., 1975-1979
13Hinojosa, José R., 1974-1977
14Hinojosa, José R., 1978-1982, N.d.
15Hintz, Joy, 1974-1982
16Hispanic Heritage Week of South Bend, 1981
17Hispanic History Study - University of Colorado, 1969
18Hispanic Policy Development Project, 1982-1983
19Hispanic Research Center, 1978, 1984
20Hispanic Women's Council, 1979, 1982
21Hispanics in Philanthropy, 1982-1984
22Hispano American & American Indian Higher Education Programs, 1979, 1983
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211Ho– [various], 1969-1983
2Hofmann, Mrs. Charles, 1972
3Hogg Foundation,
4Hong, Lawrence K., 1968-1969
5Hope College (MI), 1972-1974
6Houston, Fred (Hearne Brothers), 1970
7Houtart, Father Francis (Centre de Recherches Socio-Religieuses), 1964-1966
8Houts, Paul L. (National Association of Elementary School Principals), 1975-1976
9Hu- [various], 1965-1983
10Hudson, Gerry, 1981
11Huerta, Jorge A., 1975, 1980
12Hughes, Helen MacGill (Sociological Resources for Secondary Schools), 1968
13Hughes, John E. (Villanova University), 1961-1982
14Hull, McAllister (University of New Mexico), 1980-1981
15Human Resources Corporation, 1974-1978
Humphrey, Hubert H.:
16Correspondence, 1966-1968
17Printed Material, 1966-1968
18-19Vice President's Visit to Mexico, 1968
[2 folders]
20Hyman, Bernard, 1965
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221I– [various], 1967-1983
2Illich, Michael J. (Ford Foundation), 1964
Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS):
SEE ALSO:   Activities and Organizations - Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS)
3 1963
4Hispanic Advisory Committee, 1976
5Hispanic Advisory Committee, January-May 1977
6Hispanic Advisory Committee, June-September 1977
7Hispanic Advisory Committee - Meeting Minutes, 1976-1977
8Raid in Arizona, 1976
9Raid in Ohio, 1977
10Raid in Washington, 1976
11Report on Border Smuggling, 1975-1976
12Study of Illegal Aliens, 1977
131975 Annual Report
boxfolder
231Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, 1969
Indiana Civil Rights Commission:
2 1971-1972
3 1973-1975
4Travel Expenses, 1972-1973
5Indiana Migrants, 1973, N.d.
6Indiana University, 1972-1976
7Institute for the Study of Economic Systems, 1965-1971
8Institute of International Education, 1963-1972
9Instituto Cultural, 1973
10Inter-Agency Committee on Mexican American Affairs, 1968-1969
11Inter-Agency Committee on Migratory Labor, 1954, 1957
12International Planned Parenthood Federation, 1966-1968
13Interstate Research Associates, 1970-1972
14Ja– [various], 1970-1980
15Jackson, Carlos, 1968-1969
16Jaco, E. Gartly, 1960-1981
17Jager, Elizabeth (AFLCIO), 1968-1971
18James, Dilmus (University of Texas at El Paso), 1969
19Jiménez, Francisco (University of Santa Clara, CA), 1979
20Jiménez Gandica, Jorge (Asociación Fronteriza Mexicana-Estadounidense de Salubridad), 1967
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241Jo– [various], 1969-1983
2Job Offers and other positions, 1948, 1970-1979
3Johnson, Lyndon B., 1966-1967
4Johnson, Richard A. (Trinity University), 1968-1969
5Johnston, Helen L. (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare), 1958-1970
6Jones, Charles F. (John Hay Whitney Foundation), 1960-1964
7Jones, Robert Cuba (Villa Jones), 1963-1983
8Jorgensen, Joseph G. (University of California, Irvine), 1975-1977
9Journal of Health and Human Behavior, 1959-1962
Journal of Mexican American History:
10 1970
11 1974
12 1975
13 1976
14 1977-1979
15 1980-1983
16Ju– [various] 1961-1978
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251Ka– [various], 1967-1982
2Kane, John J., 1959-1969, 1971
3Kay, Stanley, 1964
4Ke– [various], 1958-1984
5Keegan, Frank L., 1967-1971
6Keely, Charles B., 1978
7Keller, Gary (Eastern Michigan University), 1983-1984
8W.K. Kellogg Foundation (and Conference of Michigan Foundations), 1980-1983
9W.K. Kellogg Foundation (and Conference of Michigan Foundations) - Printed Material, 1980-1983
10Kelso, Louis O., and Patricia Hetter - Correspondence, 1968-1981
11Kelso, Louis O., and Patricia Hetter - Printed Material, 1968-1981
12Kennedy, Edward, 1969-1971
13Kerr, Louise Año Nuevo, 1983
14Kertesz, Stephen D. (Notre Dame), 1964, 1968
15Key Records (Leonard Olguin), 1971, N.d.
16Kh-Kl– [various], 1966-1981
17Klein, David M. (Notre Dame), 1983-1985
18Kn-Ko– [various], 1966-1981
19KNBC, 1970-1975
20Knowlton, Clark S., 1964-1979
21Kobayashi, Francis (Notre Dame), 1975, 1983-1985
22Koch, William H. (National Council of the Churches of Christ), 1957-1966
23Kr-Ku– [various], 1968-1984
24Krear, Serafina, 1967-1972
25Kresge Foundation, 1982
26Kurtz, Donald, 1974
27Kurtz, Richard, 1967-1975
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261La– [various], 1965-1981
2La Casa Amistad, 1982-1983
3La Causa Publications, 1970, N.d.
4Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), 1979
5Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), 1980
6Lamanna, Richard, 1966-1983
7Landeros, Armelinda, 1971
8Landeros, Delfina, 1970-1975
9Landes, Ruth, 1963-1965
10Lang, Gottfried O., 1965-1967
11Langford, James R. (University of Notre Dame Press), 1977-1983
12Lanser, Roland L. (NDEA Institute on Disadvantaged Youth), 1966
13Larralde, Carlos, 1979
14Larson, Richard F., 1961-1973
15Latin American Educational Foundation, 1954-1970
16Latin American Center for Research in the Social Sciences, 1965
17Latin American Council (Arturo Alvarado), 1974
18Latin American Institute, 1980, 1984
19Latin American Research and Service Agency (LARASA), 1965-1971
20Latin American Research Review, 1979-1984
21Latin American Sociology [subject file, various correspondents],
22Latin American Studies Association (LASA), 1980, 1983
23Latin American Studies Program,
24Lattin, Vernon E., 1978-1983
25Laurel, Oscar, 1968
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271Law Students Civil Rights Research Council, 1972
2Lawrence, Florence (Notre Dame), 1967-1973
3Layden, Donald W. (United Parcel Service), 1982
4Le– [various], 1966-1982
5League of United Citizens to Help Addicts (LUCHA), N.d.
6League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), 1962-1984
7League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) - Printed Materials, 1962-1984
8Lectures [correspondence regarding], 1971-1980
9Lee, Alfred McClung (ASA), 1975-1976
10Leege, David (Notre Dame - Center for the Study of Man), 1978-1984
11Leff, Gladys R., 1977-1979
12Leiva, Richard S. (U.S. Commission on Civil Rights), 1967
13Lelevier, Benjamin, 1968-1970
14LeMay, Albert H., 1974-1981
15Lennon, John (Loyola University), 1960-1962
16León, David Jess, 1979-1981
17Leon de Quintana, Frances (Swadesh), 1976-1981
18Leonard, Olen E., 1964, 1974-1975
19Leonardo, Pat Anthony (Notre Dame), 1981
20Lesko Associates, 1975-1976
21Li– [various], 1968-1983
22Libo, Lester M. (New Mexico Department of Public Health), 1959
23Lindberg, John (Community Council), 1962-1965
24Lindsay, J. Robert (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare), 1963-1971
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281Little, Brown & Co., 1969-1974
2Liu, William T. (Notre Dame), 1961-1975
3Ll-Lo– [various], 1964-1984
4Lomire, Patricia W., 1983-1984
Loomis, Charles P.:
5 1955-1956
6 1957-1958
7 1959-1961
8 1962-1965
9 1966-1969
10 1970-1984
11Project Correspondence, 1956-1958
12Lopez, David E., 1975-1977
13Lopez, Enrique Hank, 1971, 1980
Lopez, Lino M.:
14 1953-1954
15 1955-1981
16Clippings, 1960-1962, 1979
Lopez, Richard, 1972-1973
SEE: Chronological Correspondence 61.9
17Lorenz, James (California Rural Legal Aid), 1968
18Los Angeles City Health Department, 1962
19Los Angeles City School Districts, 1967
20Los Angeles County Superintendent of Schools, 1964
21Low, Setha M., 1981
22Lozano, Ignacio (La Opinion), 1984
23Lu– [various], 1962-1984
24Lucero, Joe I., 1974
25Luna, William (Human Relations Commission), 1971-1972
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291Mac-Man– [various], 1963-1983
2MacCalla, Thomas A., 1969
3Maciel, David, 1980-1981
4Maduro, Otto, 1982-1983
5Manis, Jerome G. (Education Project), 1958
6Mar– [various], 1962-1984
7Marin, Eugene A., 1965-1981
8Marsh, Lawrence (Notre Dame - Economics), 1983
9Martinez, Joseph V., 1971-1983
10Martinez, Orlando, 1976
11Martínez, Oscar J., 1973-1976
12Martínez, Thomas M., 1969-1979
13Martinez– [various], 1968-1984
14Mas-Maz– [various], 1965-1981
15Mayorga, Louis G., 1962-1964
16Mc– [various], 1962-1984
17McCorkle, Thomas, 1959
18McDonough, Peter, 1983
19McFeely, Frances, 1964-1969
20McKenzie, Margaret, 1972-1981
21McKeon, William, 1979-1982
22McLean, William (Notre Dame - Law School), 1981-1984
23McNally & Loftin, Publishers, 1967-1976
24McWilliams, Carey (The Nation), 1973-1976
25Me– [various], 1964-1985
26Media - Correspondence, 1979-1980
27Media - Printed Material, 1979-1980
28Meissner, Doris M. (U.S. Department of Justice), 1976-1978
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301Mercure, Alex P., 1971-1974
2Merriman, Emma, 1968-1983
3Mexican American Business and Professional Men's Scholarship Association, 1969-1970
4Mexican American Council (South Bend, IN), 1974-1976
5Mexican American Council, 1973
Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC):
6Correspondence (Virgil Elizondo), 1972-1984
7Printed Material, 1972
8Printed Material, 1973
9Printed Material, 1974
10Mexican American Lecture Series: Human Rights and Social Justice and the Church (Chicano Bishops), 1974-1975
11Mexican American Manpower Agency, 1969
12Mexican American Political Association (MAPA), 1968-1971
13Mexican-American Self-Amelioration Group, 1969
14Mexican American Studies, 1969-1973
Mexican-American Study Project:
15Grebler, Leo, 1964-1965
16Grebler, Leo, 1966-1970
17Progress Reports, 1965-1967
18"Evaluation and Critique," 1967[?]
boxfolder
311Mexican American Youth Organization (MAYO), 1972
2Mexican American - General, 1966-1984
3Mexican-United States Border Reserch Program National Advisory Board, 1979-1980
4Mi– [various], 1968-1984
5Michigan Hispanic Education Conference, 1982
6Michigan Inter-agency Committee on Migratory Agricultural Labor, 1957-1958
7Michigan Migrant Ministry, 1957-1959
8Michigan State University, 1955-1959
9Midwest Council of La Raza, Institute for Urban Studies, 1975-1976
SEE ALSO: Activities and Organizations - Midwest Council of La Raza
10Midwest Institute for Hispanic Ministry, 1984
11Midwest Latino Council on Higher Education, 1981-1985
12Migration and Refugee Services, U.S. Catholic Conference, 1978
13Milbank Memorial Fund, 1963-1964
14Miller, Leo A., 1967-1969
15Miller, Paul B., 1968-1970
16Miller, S.M. (Ford Foundation), 1967
17Miller, S.M. (Ford Foundation), 1968
18Mirandé, Alfredo, 1979-1984
19Mireles, Oscar, 1980-1982
20Mitchell, H.L., 1970-1976
21Moa-Mom– [various], 1965-1976
22Moesser, Alba, 1969-1971
23Mon-Moy– [various], 1963-1982
24Mondale, Walter, 1970
25Montoya, Enrique (Artes Chicano Inc.), 1981-1982
26Montoya, Roberto G. ("Prisoners"), 1975-1976
27Moore, William (Ford Foundation), 1967-1968
28Morris, Richard, 1979-1980
29Mosqueda, Joe Jr., 1973-1980
30Most Precious Blood Parish (Colorado), 1948-1952
31(Charles Stewart) Mott Foundation, 1975, 1983
32Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Atzlán (MECHA), 1971-1979
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321Mrozinski, Barbara, 1974-1975
2Multi-Media Productions, Inc., 1968-1973
3Muñoz, Carlos, 1969-1984
4Muskie, Edmund S. (Senator), 1971
5Mu-My– [various], 1969-1976
6Myers, Alice (ASA),
7Na-Ni– [various], 1963-1983
8Naegele, Brother Victor (St. Mary's University, San Antonio), 1967-1968
9Nafziger, James, 1975, 1979
10Nance, Mrs. Afton Dill (California State Department of Education Conference), 1963-1964
11National– [various], 1963-1984
National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty:
12Correspondence, 1966-1968
13Printed Material, 1966-1968
14Administrative Material, 1966-1967
15National Advisory Council on Indian Education, 1977-1979
16National Archives, 1974-1975
17National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 1974-1975
SEE ALSO:   Activities and Organizations - National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
18National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 1976-1977
19National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) - Correspondence, 1965-1982
20National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) - Printed Material, 1965-1966
boxfolder
331National Association for Chicano Studies (NACS), 1981-1984
2National Bicentennial Ethnic Racial Council, 1974-1975
3National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, 1982-1983
4National Chicano Council on Higher Education, 1979-1982
5National Chicano Council on Higher Education - Annual Meeting, October 1982
6National Concilio for Chicano Studies, 1974
7National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1984
8National Conference on Poverty in the Southwest, 1964-1965
9National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering, Inc. (GEM), 1983
10National Consultation on Ethnic America, 1968
11National Council for the Spanish Speaking (Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking), 1960-1966
12National Council for the Spanish Speaking - Printed Material, 1960-1966
13National Council for the Spanish Speaking - Brochures, N.d.
14National Council of Senior Citizens, 1971-1972
15National Council on Agricultural Life and Labor Research Fund, 1963-1976
16National Education Council for Mexican Americans, 1970
17National Education Task Force de la Raza, 1971-1974
boxfolder
341National Health Insurance, 1970
2National Hispanic Feminist Conference, 1980
3National Hispanic Heritage Week, 1980-1982
4National Hispanic Scholarship Fund, 1978, 1983
5National Immigration Coalition, 1982
6National Immigration, Refugee & Citizenship Forum, 1982-1985
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH):
7Correspondence, 1970-1977
8Printed Material, 1975-1977
9Financial, 1972-1973
10Travel, 1970-1977
11National Organization for Mexican American Services (NOMAS), 1966
12National Organization for Migrant Children,
13National Peace Academy Campaign, 1978-1979
14National Project on Ethnic America, 1970-1974
15National Research Council, 1972
16National Science Foundation (NSF), 1963
17National Science Foundation (NSF), 1970-1981
18National Sharecroppers Fund, 1961-1982
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35National Urban Coalition (NUC):
1 1974
2 1975
3 1976
4National Urban League, 1963
5Nava, Julian, 1966-1972
6Navarro, Armando, 1976
7Nelson, Eugene, 1972-1980
8The New American, 1981
9New City: Man in Metropolis - A Christian Response, 1962
10New Mexico Historical Review, 1984
11New Mexico State Health Department, 1962
12Nieto, Juan, 1973
13No– [various], 1964-1983
14Nogales, Luis G., 1969-1980
North, David:
15 1967-1968
16 1969
17 1970-1981
18Nuestro Magazine, 1974, 1978
19Nuestro Teatro, 1982
29O– [various], 1963-1984
21O'Brien, Joseph (Notre Dame - Personnel), 1969-1975
22Ocampo Londoño, Alfonso, 1965
23Ohio State University, 1963, 1980
24Ohio Valley Sociological Society, 1964-1966
boxfolder
361Olivas, Michael A., 1978-1982
2Olivarez, Grace, 1962-1983
3O'Nell, Carl W., 1973
4O'Meara, Timothy (Notre Dame - Provost), 1979-1984
5Oppenheimer, Siobhan (Ford Foundation), 1969-1979
6Ordoñez Plaja, Antonio, 1960-1964
7Ordoñez Plaja, Antonio, 1965-1971
8Ortego y Gasca, Felipe de, 1980-1981
9Osorio, Irene, 1976, 1980
10Osorio, Raul, 1961-1962
11Owen, Henry (Brookings Institute), 1975
12Pa– [various], 1962-1983
13Padilla, Amado M., 1976-1977
14Padilla, Fernando V., 1973-1975
15Palomares, Uvaldo H., 1970
16Pardinas, Felipe, 1962
17Paredes, Américo, 1971-1973
18Paul, Benjamin D., 1953-1965
19Pe– [various], 1965-1984
29Peace Corps, 1963, 1968
21Penetration, 1975
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371Penrose, Neville G., 1962
2Peña, Albert A., 1965, 1978
3Peña, Devon G., 1982
4Peña, Jerry ("Prisoners"), 1973-1974
5Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1974-1975
6Pérez, Lisandro, 1975-1976
7-8Pérez Ramírez, Gustavo, 1964-1968
9Peterson, Dawn, 1981
10Peterson, Paul, 1963-1967
11Peterson, Helen L., 1945-
12Petesch, Donald A., 1971
13Petit, Donald W., 1968
14Pettigrew, Thomas, 1981
15Pf-Pl– [various], 1963-1984
16Phalen, Father John, 1980-1983
17Physicians' Forum, Inc., 1950-1953
18Pick, Gracia Molina, 1975-1978
19Pion, Ronald, 1968
20Plakos, John (California Department of Education), 1968-1969
21Plunkett, Devere T. (Notre Dame), 1968, 1972
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381Po– [various], 1963-1983
2The Population Council, 1966-1970
3Population - General, 1966-1967
4Portes, Alejandro, 1978-1984
5Positions Available, 1972-1979
6Post Materials, 1981-1983
7Potvin, Raymond H., 1983
8Powell, Robert, 1982-1983
9Pr-Pu [various], 1966-1983
10Prager, Jeffrey (Advancing the Art of Inquiry in School Desegregation Research), 1981-1984
11Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1965-1979
12President's Commission for the observance of Human Rights Year, 1968
13President's Commission on Income Maintenance Programs, 1968-1970
14Press, Irwin (Notre Dame), 1967-1981
15Price, John A., 1968-1979
16Prieto, Jorge, 1969-1984
17The Progressive, 1966
18Projecto Educativo del Barrio, 1982
19Pryor, John B. (Notre Dame), 1981
20Public Affairs Comment, 1965
21Public Television Channel 34, N.d.
22Publications (Requests for), 1965-1970
23Puerto Rican Cultural Center, Inc., 1982-1983
24Puerto Rican Legal Defense & Education Fund, 1981
25Pycior, Julie Leininger, 1973-1982
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391Q– [various], 1962-1984
2Quayle, Dan, 1981-1982
3Queen, Stuart A., 1949-1983
4Quintana, Francis Swadesh, 1981
5Ra– [various], 1962-1982
6Ramirez, Manuel, 1972-1973
7Ramos, Juan, 1968-1971
8La Raza, c.1967-1972
9La Raza: Forgotten Americans (2nd edition), 1975-1976
10La Raza Unida, 1967-1973
11Re– [various], 1965-1984
12"Realidades," 1975-1976
13Recruiting Trip, 1981
14La Red, 1978-1985
15The Red Feather Institute, 1971
16Redman, Barbara K., 1971-1979
17Regoli, Robert M. (The Social Science Journal), 1984
18Reiss, Paul (Fordham University), 1965-1966
19Reitz, F.F. (Besser Foundation), 1974
20Research - Newspaper Clippings, Requests for..., 1975
21Research Workshop on the Role of Women, 1971
22Retired Professors Registry, 1965
23Ri– [various], 1969-1982
24Rios, Charlotte, 1978-1982
25Ríos, Guillermo F., 1973-1975
26Rios, Victor, 1975-1984
boxfolder
401Rivera, George, 1967-1983
2Rivera, Julius, 1956-1974
3Ro– [various], 1962-1983
4Rochin, Refugio I., 1973-1978
5Rockefeller Foundation, 1964-1967
6Rodino, Peter W. (Congressman), 1971-1973
7Rodriguez, Alfonso (Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church), 1967
8Rodriguez, Armando (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare), 1968-1970
9Rodriguez, Gloria C., 1982-1983
10Rodriguez, Juan, 1978
11Rodriguez, Reymundo, 1972-1983
12Rodriguez, Romeo, 1971-1973
13Rogerson, Howard W. (U.S. Commission on Civil Rights), 1962-1964
14Rokeach, Milton, 1965
15Romano-V., Octavio I., 1973, 1981
16Romero, Fred E. (U.S. Department of Labor), 1973-1975
17Rosenbaum, René, 1975-1984
Rosenberg Foundation:
18Mrs. Jackson Chance, 1964-1965
19Mrs. Jackson Chance, 1966-1975
20Conference Correspondence,, 1965-1966
21La Raza Correspondence, 1965-1966
22Annual Reports, 1963-1964
23La Raza Conference, Financial, 1965-1966
boxfolder
411Roskelley, R. Welling, 1943-1950, 1974
2Ross, Stanley R., 1976-1982
3Roybal, Edward (Congressman), 1975-1980
4Ru-Ry– [various], 1965-1984
5Rubel, Arthur J., 1958-1967
6Rubel, Arthur J., 1968-1981
7Ruiz, Ramón Eduardo, 1973-1980
8Ruybalid, Louis A., 1968-1975
9Rytina, Joan, 1970
10Sa– [various], 1962-1983
11Saenz, Mrs. Joseph, 1967-1968
12Salandini, Father Victor, 1975-1982
13Salazar, Jaime, 1965
14Salk, Erwin A. (Salk, Ward & Salk, Inc.), 1974-1982
15Samaniego, Ricardo, 1981
16Samora, Betty, 1963
Samora, Betty - Letters of condolence on her death, 1979
17A-C
18D-G
19H-M
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421N-S
2T-Z
3 Samora, Carmen, 1984
4San Francisco Foundation, 1984
5Sánchez, George I., 1948-1962
6Sánchez, George I., 1963-1977
7Sanchez, Archbishop Robert F., 1975-1976
8Sanchez, Robert P. (Texas AFL-CIO), 1962
9Sandoval, Isaac (LULAC Colorado), 1954
10Sandoval, Rudy, 1978-1979
11Santiestevan, Henry, 1979-1983
12Santos, John F. (Ford Foundation), 1968-1969
13Santos, Richard, 1984
14Saracino, Dan J. (Notre Dame - Admissions), 1972-1975
15Sasaki, Tom (Notre Dame - Department of Sociology and Anthropology), 1974-1975
16Sassen-Koob, Saskia, 1972-1980
Saunders, Lyle:
17 1944-1953
18 1954-1955
19 1957-1959
boxfolder
431 1960
2 1961-1962
3 1963-1965
4 1966-1980
5Sc– [various], 1962-1984
Scanlon, John J. (Ford Foundation):
6 1970-1971
7 1972-1973
8Printed Material, 1971-1974
9Scanzoni, John, 1974
10Schey, Peter (National Center for Immigrants' Rights), 1981
11Schieffelin, Olivia L. (Population Council), 1971
12Schmidt, Fred H. (UCLA), 1968-1975
13Schnieder, Mary, 1982-1983
14Scholes, Reverend William E. (National Council of the Churches of Christ), 1962-1979
15Schreiber, Daniel (National Education Association), 1962
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44Shulman, Sam:
1 1958-1964
2 1965-1973
3Photographs, N.d.
4Schussman, Myron H. (Santa Clara, CA, Office of Education), 1964
5Schwan, Reverend Hubert, 1965-1969
6Scott, Joseph, 1973-1984
7Scott, Foresman and Co., 1969-1970
8Se– [various], 1968-1979
9Sedillo, Paul (National Conference of Catholic Bishops), 1974-1983
10Sena-Rivera, Jaime, 1975-1979
11Sena-Rivera, Jaime, 1980-1981
12Sepulveda, Reverend Ciro, 1972-1977
13SER (Operation SER), 1967-1968
14Serrato, Antonio, 1982-1983
15Sh– [various], 1970-1984
16Shannon, James (General Mills Foundation), 1984
17Sheedy, Reverand Charles E., 1962-1967
18Sheffield, Anne, 1968
19Sheldon, Paul, 1962-1971
20Shockley, John, 1972
21Shuster, George (Notre Dame), 1962-1971
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451Si– [various], 1970-1982
2Siller, Richard, 1980-1981
3Silva, Walden (Kansas Commission on Civil Rights), 1963-1964
4Simon, Patricia Vandel (Multi-Media Productions, Inc.), 1969-1975
5Simoni, Joseph J., 1968-1972
6Skurski, Roger (Notre Dame), 1980-1983
7Skidmore, Thomas, 1974
8Slattery, Sister Margaret Patrice (Incarnate Word College), 1980-1982
9Slesinger, Doris, 1980
10Sm-Sn– [various], 1964-1983
11Smithsonian Institution, 1971-1978
12So– [various], 1964-1983
13Social Science Research Council, 1963-1979
14Social Science Quarterly, 1975-1976
15Social Thought, 1984
16Sociologists Committee on Alternative Resources, 1977
17Sociologists for Women in Society, 1978-1979
18Soen, Lew, 1969-1979
19Soleta, Reverend Chester (Notre Dame), 1959-1965
20Soleta, Justin (Notre Dame), 1972-1983
21Solis, Leopoldo (Banco de México), 1969-1970
22South Bend Community School Corporation, 1983
23South Texas Institute of Latin and Mexican American Research, 1980
24Southern Colorado Register, 1953-1954
25Southern Poverty Law Center, N.d.
26Southwest Conference, 1963
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461Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, 1979, 1981
2Southwestern Cooperative Educational Lab., Inc. (SWCEL), 1968
3Southwestern Sociological Association, 1974
4Sp– [various], 1962-1981
5Spanish Speaking Catholic Commission, 1975-1984
6Sparks, David E. (Notre Dame - Director of Libraries), 1972-1975
7Spector, Melbourne L. (U.S.-Mexican Border Commission), 1968-1969
8Spiro, Melford, 1954-1955
9Spivak Fellowship, 1978
10St– [various], 1962-1980
11Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1981-1983
12Stoddard, E.R., 1969-1982
13Strutz, David W., 1967-1971
14Stuart, Martha, 1966-1967
15Su-Sw– [various], 1974-1981
16Sussman, Marvin B., 1961-1966
17Swartz, Thomas R. (Notre Dame), 1978
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471Ta– [various], 1968-1983
2Taeuber, Conrad (U.S. Bureau of the Census), 1969-1979
3Taeuber, Karl, 1979
4Talbert, Robert H., 1962-1964
5Taylor, Paul S., 1972-1977
6Te– [various], 1970-1984
7Teleconference Correspondence, 1984
8Telles, Ambassador Raymond L., 1968
9Teran, Miguel (Spanish Speaking Peoples Commission), 1982-1984
10Terrones, Edward (Colorado Anti-Discrimination Commission), 1962, 1969
11Tetlow, Joseph A. (America), 1978
12Teufel, Carmen T., 1969-1972
13Texas Farm Workers Union, 1975-1982
14Textor, Robert B. (Peace Corps), 1961-1962
15Th-Ti– [various], 1968-1969, 1984
16Thomas, Susan, 1978-1979
17Thorman, Donald (National Catholic Reporter), 1966-1968
18Tienda, Marta, 1979-1984
19Tijerina, Reies Lopez, 1967-1969
20Tinker Foundation, 1973, 1978
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481To– [various], 1969-1983
2Toledo [Ohio] Mexican American Curriculum, 1972
3Tomasi, Lydio F. (Center for Migration Studies), 1977-1980
4Toney, W.T., 1972
5Tr– [various], 1969-1984
6Trant, Donald R., 1964-1967
7Trejo, Arnulfo D., 1967-1982
Treviño, Jesús Salvador (La Historia):
8 1979-1983
9Printed Material, 1979-1983
10Printed Material, 1979-1983
11Trout, Grafton D., 1967-1973
12Trowbridge, James W. (Ford Foundation), 1966-1973
13Truchas (New Mexico) Community Center, 1972-1974
14Tu-Tw– [various], 1968-1975
15Tydings, Senator Joseph, 1968-1969
16Tyler, Gus (International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union), 1972-1974
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491U-United– [various], 1971-1981
2Ulibarri, Horacio, 1968-1969
3United Farm Workers, 1968-1972
4United Health Foundation, 1964-1965
5United States Civil Service Commission, 1971
6United States Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, 1976
SEE ALSO: Organizations and Activities - Bureau of the Census
7United States Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, 1983-1984
8United States Department of Education, 1980-1982
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
9 1962-1970
10 1973-1975
11Migrant Health Projects, 1965
12Office of Education, 1968-1973
13Office for Spanish-Speaking Americans, 1970
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501United States Department of Justice - Bureau of Prisons, 1969-1971
2United States Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966-1969
3United States [various], 1963-1978
United Way of St. Joseph County
SEE: Organizations and Activities - United Way of St. Joseph County
4Universidad Iberoamericana, 1966-1967
5University Council for Educational Administration, 1965
6University of California, Berkeley, 1979
7University of California, Davis - Admissions, N.d.
8University of California, Riverside, 1983-1984
9University of California, Santa Cruz, 1971
10University of Colorado, 1955-1957
11University of Illinois at the Medical Center, Chicago, N.d.
12University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 1979
13University of New Mexico, 1945-1955, 1980
14University of New Mexico - Home Improvement Project, 1967-1971
15University of New Mexico Press, 1974-1977
16University of North Carolina, 1966-1968
17University of Texas at Austin [includes Américo Paredes, others], 1971-1982
18University of Texas - Population Research Center, 1968-1973
19University of Texas Press, 1983-1984
20University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1947-1984
21University Microfilms (Xerox), 1970-1974
22University– [various], 1964-1984
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511Ur– [various], 1969-1984
2Urban Institute, 1984
3Urban League, 1965
4Uriegas, José (Mexican American Research Center), 1973-1981
5Useem, John (Michigan State University), 1963-1973
[See also: University of Wisconsin, Madison]
6Va– [various], 1970-1983
7Valdez, Bernard (Denver Housing Authority), 1948-1955
8Valdez, Bernard (Denver Housing Authority), 1962-1969
9Valdez, Betty Jean, 1978-1984
10Valdez, Daniel M., 1973-1982
11Valdez, Daniel T., 1964-1968
12Valdez, Facundo, 1969-1972
13Valenzuela, Dan, 1960
14Valien, Preston (U.S. Office of Education), 1966
15Vallejo, Priscilla (CETA), 1975
16Valverde, Leonard A. (University of Texas), 1980-1983
17Vargas, Alice, 1981-1983
18Vargas, Philip G., 1973-1979
19Vasoli, Robert (Notre Dame), 1967-1971
20Vasta, Edward (Notre Dame), 1978
21Ve– [various], 1969-1982
22Vekemans, Roger, 1964-1965
23Vi– [various], 1972-1982
24Vigil, Charles S., 1954-1955
25Vigil, Emilio, 1968-1972
26Villa Jones - Centro Cultural Internacional, 1969
27Villa, Olga, 1975-1984
28Villalpando, Vic (San Diego County), 1976
29Villarreal, Ramón, (World Health Organization), 1964
30VISTA, 1964, 1969
31Vo-Vu– [various], 1974-1977
32Vrga, Djuro J. (Central Michigan University), 1968-1975
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521Wa– [various], 1968-1982
2Wagner, John A. (Bishops Committee for the Spanish Speaking), 1962-1966
3Waldman, Elizabeth, c.1978
4Walker, Marilyn (PSI of San Antonio), 1981
5Wallace, Helen, 1967
6Walsh, James F. (Catholic Social Service), 1968
7Walsh, John E. (Notre Dame), 1965-1967
8Walter, Paul, 1952-1959
9Ward, William T. (Colorado State University), 1981
10Warner, Alice, 1968-1984
11Warwick, Donald P., 1963-1964
12Watson, James B., 1949-1979
13Watzke, Jim, 1967
14We– [various], 1969-1984
15Weatherhead Foundation, 1972-1974
16Weaver, Charles N., 1969-1971
17Weaver, Robert C. (John Hay Whitney Foundation), 1950-1955
18Weaver, Thomas, 1962-1981
19Webster, Michael G., 1973-1974
20Wehby, George (EDUCATEC), 1984
21Weigert, Andrew (Notre Dame), 1969, 1981-1984
22Weigert, Kathleen, 1974-1982
23Welch, Henry H. (Metropolitan Council for Community Service, Inc.), 1964
24Weston, George S., 1965
25Wetback Legislation, 1972
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531Wh– [various], 1969-1982
White House:
2 1966
3 January-May 1967
4 June-December 1967
5 1979-1980
6Photograph, c.1966
7Conference on Education, 1965
8Publications, 1979-1980
9White Memorial Medical Center (Los Angeles, CA), 1973
10Whiteford, Linda M., 1980
Whitney Foundation (John Hay Whitney Foundation):
11 1955-1971
12 1972-1973
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541 1974-1977
2 1983-1984
3Team Project Fund [financial], 1972-1975
4Printed Material
5Fellowship Footnotes Newsletter, 1953-1958
6Wi– [various], 1969-1983
7Wickham, Robert (Ford Foundation), 1963-1967
8Wigent, Evelyn (COnsolidated Book Publishers), 1972
9Wiley, Norbert, 1962, 1976-1979
10Wilkie, Jim, 1981
11Willems, Emilio, 1963-1964
12Willey, Darrell S. (New Mexico State University), 1965, 1969
13Williams, Percy (President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity), 1962
14Williams, Harrison A. (Progress Report - Migratory Labor Legislation), 1963-1964
15Wilson, Jerome (Notre Dame), 1969-1972
16Wilson, John D., 1963
17Wilson Center, 1984
18Winfrey, Richard (L.H. Field Co.), 1962-1964
19Winters, Daniel R. (Northeastern Junior College), 1971-1972
20Wisconsin Hispanic Council on Higher Education, 1984
21Wise and Green (Arizona Department of Health), 1962
22Wo-Wy– [various], 1969-1983
23Woods, Clee (Archuleta County [Colorado] Superintendent of Schools), 1963-1965
24Wyckoff, Florence R. (Migrant Health Committee), 1966
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551XYZ– [various], 1968-1980
Ximenes, Vicente T.:
2 1967-1968
3 1969-1975
4Printed Material, c.1967-1970
5Yanniello, William G. (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare), 1963-1966
6Yee, Albert H. (University of Montana), 1978-1982
7Yellen, Ben, 1964-1977
8Ylvisaker, Paul (Ford Foundation), 1966
9Yoder, H.[?] (Notre Dame), N.d.
10Young, Donald (Russell Sage Foundation), 1958-1961
11Young, F. Roman (Mount St. Mary's College), 1964
12Zahn, Gordon C., 1964-1965
13Zinn, Maxine Baca, 1983-1984
14Zintz, Miles V. (University of New Mexico), 1965
15Zweig, Ben (Santa Cruz Area Council - Nogales), 1968
16[Unknown Correspondent], 1984
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56Chronological Correspondence, 1967-1984
Comprised of Samora's letter file from 1967 through 1984.
1 1967-1968
2 January-April 1969
3 May-August 1969
4 September-December 1969
5 January-March 1970
6 April-May 1970
7 June-August 1970
8 September-December 1970
9 January-May 1971
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571 June-October 1971
2 November-December 1971
3 January-March 1972
4 April-May 1972
5 June-August 1972
6 September-October 1972
7 November-December 1972
8 January-March 1973
9 April-May 1973
10 June-August 1973
11 September-October 1973
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581 November-December 1973
2 January-February 1974
3 March-May 1974
4 June-September 1974
5 October-December 1974
6 January-February 1975
7 March-April 1975
8 May-June 1975
9 July-September 1975
10 October-December 1975
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591 January-March 1976
2 April-June 1976
3 July-September 1976
4 January-December 1977
5 January-February 1978
6 March-May 1978
7 June-September 1978
8 October-December 1978
9 January-March 1979
10 April-June 1979
11 July-September 1979
12 October-December 1979
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601 January-February 1980
2 March-May 1980
3 June-December 1980
4 January-March 1981
5 April-July 1981
6 August-October 1981
7 November-December 1981
8 January-February 1982
9 March-April 1982
10 May-October 1982
11 November-December 1982
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611 January-February 1983
2 March-May 1983
3 June-October 1983
4 November-December 1983
5 January-February 1984
6 March-May 1984
7 June-November 1984
8[Unsorted], 1963-1980
9Garza, Roberto and Lopez, Richard - Chronological Letter File, 1972-1973
10Calendars, 1971-1975

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III. Activities and Organizations, 1966-1985

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62Council on Foundations, 1978-1985
Samora Correspondence:
1 1978-1979
2 1980
3 1981
4 1982
5 1983
6 1984-1985
Board of Directors Correspondence:
7 1978-1979
8 1980
9 1981
10 1982
11 1983
12 1984-1985
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631News Releases, 1983-1985
2Annual Report, 1982-1983
3Annual Conference Materials, 1979-1980
4Annual Conference Materials, 1981-1982
5Annual Conference Materials, 1984
6Summary of Selected Decisions of Board of Directors, 1978
Board of Directors Handbook:
7 1982-1983
8 1983
9 September 1983
10 June 1984
Board Meetings:
11 10-11 February 1980
12 2-3 February 1981
13 28-30 June 1981
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641 23-24 February 1982
2 20-22 June 1982
3 4 November 1982
4 28-29 June 1983
5 26 October 1983
6 27 April 1984
7 24-26 June 1984
8 24 October 1984
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651Executive Committee Memos, 1982-1983
Executive Committee Meetings:
2 14 May 1981
3 29 September 1981
4 c. May 1982
5 30 September 1982
6 15 February 1983
7Research Committee - Various Materials, 1980-1981
8Research Committee - Various Materials, 1982-1984
Research Committee Meetings:
9 16 November 1981
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661 14 May 1982
2 5 November 1982
3 2 November 1983
4-5Hispanic Committee Materials, 1980-1981
[2 folders]
6Committee on Legislation and Regulation, 1979-1981
7Nominating Committee, 1982-1983
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671Various Committee Materials, 1979-1982
2Grantsmanship Center, 1978-1982
3Financial Records, 1979-1984
4Proposed Operating Plans, 1981, 1984
Publications:
5Foundation News, 1979-1984
6Newsletter, 1979-1981
7Newsletter, 1982-1985
8"Communications Update," 1983-1984
9"1982 Compensation and Benefits Report," 1983
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681"1984 Foundation Management Report," 1984
2"Corporate Giving," 1982
3"Corporate Philanthropy," 1982
4"Hispanics and Grantmakers," 1981
5"Philanthropy of Organized Religion," 1985
6"Smaller Corporate Giving Programs," 1983
7Publications and Reports, 1979-1980
8Various Publications, N.d.
9Clippings, 1979-1984
101982 Press Clippings
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69Exim Industries, 1978-1984
Exim Industries was an import/export business established by Samora and Rudy Sandoval.
1Correspondence, 1978-1980
2Correspondence, 1981-1984
3Share Member Meetings, 1980-1984
4Investment Proposal, etc., 1980-1984
Ford Foundation, 1966-1983
Population Program
Central America:
5General, 1966-1968
6AIA, 1967
7CELADE, 1967
8CIDAC, 1967
9Population, 1967
10ROCAP, 1967-1969
11Schertler, Leon, 1967
12Chile - General, 1966-1967
13Chile - Sugg, Carolyn, 1967
14Colombia - General, 1968
15Cohen, Lucy M., 1967
16Cooney, Frank, 1968-1969
Costa Rica:
17General, 1966-1971
18AID, 1966-1968
19CIDAC, 1967
20Fonseca, Eugenio, 1968-1971
21González, Dr. Alberto, 1966-1967
22Hernández, César, 1968-1972
23Population, 1967
24Rath, Ferdinand [CIDAC], 1967-1968
25Requena, Mariano, 1968
26Saenz, Rodrigo G., 1968
27University of Costa Rica, 1967-1969
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701El Salvador - General, 1967
2El Salvador - AID, 1966
3El Salvador - Burgos, H.L., 1966-1967
Guatemala:
4General, 1966-1970
5Arias, Jorge B., 1967
6Corzantes, A. César, 1966-1968
7Galvéz, Roberto Santiso, 1966-1967
8McCorquodale, Donald W., 1968-1968
9Pasarelli, Odette Alarconde, 1968
10Universidad de San Carlos, 1966-1967
11Honduras - General, 1967
Mexico:
12General, 1966
13General Correspondence, 1967
14General, 1967
15General, 1968
16General, 1969
17General, 1975-1977
18Administration, 1967
19Contract Expenses, 1967-1970
20Expenses, 1966-1968
21Acuña, Hector, 1968
22Asociación Mexicana de Facultades, 1967-1969
23Asociación Pro-Salud Maternal, 1966-1972
24Background of Population Program, N.d.
25CERAC, 1967
26Colegio de México, 1966
27Fellowships, 1966
28Fundación para Estudios de la Población, 1966-1967
29Gamble, William K., 1966-1970
30González Reynoso, Antonio, 1967-1969
31Gual, Carlos, 1968
32Hermida, Carolyn R. de, 1968
33Hospital de la Mujer, 1966-1968
34Hospital Infantil, 1966-1967
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711Instituto Mexicano de Estudios Sociales, 1966
2Instituto Mexicano de Estudios Sociales, 17-1974
3Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, 1966-1968
4Instituto Nacional de la Nutrición, 1966-1967
5Job Description, 1967
6Lindelius, Eleonora, 1968-1969
7Nagel, John (Buenos Aires), 1968-1969
8Naranjo, Ramón, 1966-1967
9PAHO, 1967
10Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1966
11Pindas Chernoloujsky, Pablo, 1967
12Population, 1966-1969
13Programa Nacional Fronterizo, 1966
14Quarterly Reports, 1967-1968
15RTAC, 1968
16Santoyo Gamio, Raúl, 1967-1969
17Universidad Benito Juarez, 1968
18Veracruz, 1967-1968
19Ylvisaker, Paul, 1965-1969
20Zaragoza Pulido, José, 1967-1968
21Nicaragua - General, 1967-1968
22Panama - General, 1967-1968
23Peru - General, 1967
24Travel, 1967-1971
25Uruguay - Caldeyro-Barcia, Roberto, 1968
United States:
26General, 1967
27Cavanaugh, Joseph A., 1967
28Center for Population Planning, 1967
29Epstein, Mildred, 1966-1967
30Pathfinder Fund, 1967
31Planned Parenthood, 1967-1968
32Johns Hopkins University, 1967-1968
33Population Crisis Committee, 1967
34University of Washington, 1968
United States - New York:
35Contract, 1967-1969
36Gormbley, William P., 1967-1969
37Harkavy, Oscar, 1967-1968
38Kangas, Lenni W., 1967-1968
39Nagel, John S., 1968
40Perkin, Gordon W., N.d.
41Southam, Anna L., 1967
42Wickham, Robert S., 1967
43Wilhelm, Harry E., 1967-1968
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72Printed Materials:
1-2 1968
[2 folders]
3 January-February 1969
4 March 1969
5 April 1969
6 May-November 1969
Publications:
7"La Raza: Ford Foundation Assistance to Mexican Americans," N.d.
8Ramparts, September 1970
9"Discussion: Basic Research Needs in Race and Ethnicity," 1974
10"Hispanics: Challenges and Opportunities" [by William A Diaz], 1984
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731Herman Gallegos Report and Proposal on Mexican Americans in the Southwest, 1966-1967
U.S.-Mexico Border Project
In 1966 Samora was awarded a grant titled "United States-Mexico Border and an Analysis of Mexican American History," documented here. In addition, in 1975 the Ford Foundation approached Samora and Jorge Bustamante to develop a broad-based statement on issues of the U.S.-Mexico border region. This section includes a typescript draft of the resulting manuscript, as well as other written works filed by Samora with that material.
2Proposal, Correspondence, Reports, 1968-1971
3Budget, 1968-1972
4Financial Documents, 1968-1970
5Expenses, 1968-1971
Manuscript, The U.S.-Mexico Border, c.1975:
6Table of Contents and Proposal
7Project Intercept
8The Binational Region
9The Border Ambiente
10Immigration
11Research and Policy Questions
12Tables
13Bibliography
14The U.S. Mexico Border: A Bibliographical Essay
15Maquiladoras
16Immigration Policy
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741Rough Draft
2Other Written Works - The United States Mexico Border Issues: An Overview, 1975
3Other Written Works - Various, N.d.
4Other, 1977, 1982, N.d.
Doctoral Program at Notre Dame
In 1971 Samora was awarded a grant to fund his "Doctoral Program in the Field of Mexican-American Studies in the Departments of Economics, History, and Sociology and Anthropology" at the University of Notre Dame.
5"Mexican American Studies [at Notre Dame]," N.d.
Correspondence:
6 1971
7 1972
8 1973
9 1974
10 1975
11 1976
12 1977-1978
13Evaluation Reports, 1983
14Student Proposals, 1976
Financial Documents:
15Accounts, 1971-1973
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751Financial, 1971-1972
2 1973
3 1974
4 1975
5 1976-1978
6Account 1735-0004, 1974-1975
7Account 1735-0004, 1976-1977
Graduate and Professional Opportunities Program (GPOP), U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1978-1985
8Application, 1978-1979
9Award and Correspondence, 1978-1979
10Application, 1979-1980
11Award and Correspondence, 1979-1980
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761Application, 1980-1981
2Award and Correspondence, 1980-1981
3Application, 1981-1982
4Award and Correspondence, 1981-1982
5Application, 1982-1983
6Award and Correspondence, 1982-1983
7Application, 1983-1984
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771Award and Correspondence, 1983-1984
2Application, 1984-1985
3Application [draft], 1984-1985
4Award and Correspondence, 1984-1985
Meetings and Conferences:
5Meeting, July 1978
6Meeting, September 1978
7"Proceedings of the Conference on GPOP Proposals and the Role of Historically Black Colleges in Graduate Education," 1979
8Midwest Region Conference, 1982
9Midwest Region Conference, 1983
10Recipients List, 1978-1981
Current Students, 1983-1984
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78Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1966-1979
1 1966-1967
2 1969
3 1974
4 1975-1976
Hispanic Advisory Committee:
5 December 1976
6 January 1977
7 February 1977
8 March 1977
9 April 1977
10 May 1977
11 June 1977
12 July 1977
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791 1-10 August 1977
2 11-25 August 1977
3 September 1977
4 October 1977
5 November-December 1977
6 1977 [general]
7 1978-1979
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80INS News Digest:
1 January-February 1977
2 March 1977
3 April 1977
4 May 1977
5 June 1977
6 July 1977
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811 August 1977
2 September 1977
3 October 1977
4 November 1977
5 December 1977
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821 January 1978
2 February 1978
3 March 1978
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), 1968-1985
For more resources on MALDEF, the organization's archives are housed at Stanford University.
Correspondence:
4Avila, Joaquin G., 1982-1985
5Couch, Jane, 1979-1982
6Hanten, Linda, 1978-1979
7Marenco, Eduardo, 1978-1982
8Martínez, Vilma S., 1974-1981
9Perez, Al, 1979
10Tijerina, Pete, 1968-1969
11Other, 1971-1983
12MALDEF Materials from the 1960s
Board Materials:
13 1969-1971
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831 1976
2 January-June 1977
3 July-August 1977
4 September-December 1977
5 January-April 1978
6 May-August 1978
7 September-December 1978
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841 January-June 1979
2 July-December 1979
3 January-February 1980
4 March-October 1980
5Board Rosters, 1977-1980
6Community Education & Activation Program (CEAP), 1979-1982
7Financial Statements, 1976-1980
8Resumes, N.d.
Chicana Rights Project: c.1978
9Brochures and Printed Materials, 1970s
10"CETA: Services to Hispanics and Women", Summary Report, July 1980.
A report by the Chicana Rights Project.
Publications:
11Brochures and Printed Materials, 1978-1980, N.d.
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85Annual Reports:
1 1975
2 1976
3 1977
4 1980
5 1982-1983
Annual Reports to the Board of Directors:
6 April 1976
7 April 1977
8 April 1978
9 April 1979
10 April 1980
11Border Cooperation, 1979
12Brutality by Law Enforcement Agencies: Case Summaries [typescript], c.1978
13"Federal Community Services Administration Planning Project", July 1979.
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861Group Conflict, Education, and Mexican Americans: A Discussion Paper by Celestino Fernández and Eduardo Marenco, January 1980.
2Legal Residents and Naturalization: A Pilot Study by Daniel Moriel Ramirez, 1979
3Litigation Department Dockets, 1976-1980
4Tyler Opinion, 1978
Memorandum Opinion in J. and R. Doe, et al v. James Plyler, et al.
5Mexican American Research Center, Inc., 1978-1980
Includes brief correspondence, newsletters, and "Information for Board Members."
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87Mid-West Council of La Raza, 1970-1979
1 1970
2 1971
3 1972
4 June 1973
5 July-December 1973
6 1974
7 1975
8 1976
9 1977
10 1978
11 1979
12 N.d.
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88National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 1974-1978
Meeting Folders:
1 December 1974
2 April 1975
3 July 1975
4 November 1975
5 January 1976
6 August 1976
7 1976?
8 April 1978
9Publications: NAEP Newsletter, 1974-1976
10Publications: "Sub-contracting in National Assessment: A Staff Study," 1975
11Various, 1970-1976
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89National Center for Immigrants' Rights, Inc. 1981-1985
1 1981
2 1982
3 1983
4 1984-1985
5Immigration Law Bulletin, 1981-1983
National Endowment for the Humanities, 1969-1981
6Correspondence, 1969-1973
7Correspondence, 1974-1981
8Other, 1973-1975, N.d.
9Account No. 8576-25061, 1972-1973
10Account No. 2270-25293, 1973-1975
11Account No. 1735-00004, 1972-1973
12Account No. 1735-00004, 1973-1974
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901Northern Indiana Children's Hospital Volunteer Service Committee, 1962
Consists of a letter from Rick Sullivan, Secretary, and Applications for Volunteer Service.
President's Commission on Income Maintentance Programs, 1966-1968
2 1968
Publications:
3-4Background Papers, 1968
[2 copies]
5-6Poverty Amid Plenty: The American Paradox,
[2 copies]
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911-2Technical Studies,
[2 copies]
3Other, 1966-1968
President's National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 1966-1968
4Meeting Notebook, 1966
5-7Meeting Notebook, 1967
[3 folders]
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921"Rural Poverty," 1967
2"Rural Poverty 1967: Socio-Economic Conditions at the Farm Labor Camp at Sahuarita, Arizona," 1967
3Rural Poverty Hearing Before the National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty," 1967
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92aRural Poverty in the United States, 1968
[one bound volume]
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93Southwest Council of La Raza (SWCLR)/National Council of La Raza(NCLR), 1967-1981
The National Council of La Raza, now headquartered in Washington, DC, was founded in 1968 as the Southwest Council of La Raza in Phoenix, Arizona, with a grant from the Ford Foundation. The NCLR archives are housed at Stanford University.
Correspondence:
Correspondents represented in this sub-series include Henry Santiestevan, Ernesto Galarza, Herman Gallegos, and Maclovio Barraza, among others. Other correspondence with these individuals may be located in   Series II: Correspondence. "Samora Correspondence" includes letters to or from Samora personally, while "General and Board Correspondence" contains correspondence and attachments addressed to general groups such as the SWCLR board of directors.
Samora Correspondence:
1 1967
2 1968
3 1969
4 1970
5 1971
6 1972
7 1973
8 1974
9 1975-1979
10 Royalties, 1970-1973
General and Board Correspondence:
11 1967
12 1968
13 1969
14 1970
15 1971
16 1972
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941 January-June 1973
2 July-December 1973
3 1974
4 1979, 1981
Administrative Materials:
5Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, 1968-1972
6Annual Reports, 1968-1970
7Board Lists and Other Organizational Documents, c.1968-1970s
8Economic Study and Project Recommendations, [c.1972?]
95-Year Plan and Recommendations, 1971
10Financial Records, 1968-1970
See Also: Finance Committee, below.
11Various Administrative Documents, 1971, N.d.
Board Meeting Minutes:
12 1967-1968
13 1969
14 1970
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951 1971
2 1972
3 1973-1974
4Education Task Force, 1974
Executive Committee Minutes:
5 1968-1969
6 1970-1971
7 1972-1974
8Executive Committee and Executive Reports, 1970-1973
Finance Committee:
9 1970
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961 1971
2 1972
3 1973
4 1974
5Grants Review Committee, 1961-1969
6Housing Advisory Committee Report, 1971
7Prep Policy Committee, 1968
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971Special Committee, 1973
2Other Committees, 1967-1971, N.d.
Publications and Printed Materials:
3¡Action Alert!, 1978-1980
4Agenda, 1971, 1974
5National Services Information Bulletins,
6El Noticiario, 1980-1981
7Washington Scene Report, 1973-1975
8News Releases, 1969-1980
9"1979 Affiliate Convention 'Strategy for the 80s' Press Kit," 1979
10"Al Medio Grito," 1972
11"A Document on Educational Reform" [by Ernesto Galarza], N.d.
12"The frosty bite of January weather in Washington, DC, 1846..." [author unknown], N.d.
13"Positive Teaching Methodologies for Bicultural Individuals" [Dian Verdugo], 1972
14"Report: Education K-3 Program" [Dian Verdugo], 1971
15"Report and Recommendations from the SWCLR Emerging Barrios Conference to the Department of Labor," 1972
16"Report on K-3 Bilingual, Bicultural Model," 1972
17"Seminar for Spanish Surname School Board Members," 1969
18"Statement of Exclusionary Designations Creating Discriminatory Practices" [Roberto Olly Olivas], 1972
19"Summary Statement on the Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act of 1965," 1979
20News Clippings, 1968-1978
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98Grants and Proposals, 1968-1973:
1Proposal File, 1968-1969
2Proposal File, 1970
3Proposal File, 1971
4Proposal File, 1972-1973
5Other Materials
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99United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1962-1985
Correspondence:
1Correspondence, 1962-1963
2Correspondence, 1967-1970
3Correspondence, 1971-1979
4Population Characteristics Tables, c.1950
5Requests for copies of the Report on Spanish Speaking Peoples, 1963-1968
The Report can be found in Written Works.
6Employment, 1962-1964
7FEPC Questionnaire - Spanish-speaking People Pilot Project, 1962
Publications and Other:
The following materials include typescripts, drafts, and published works produced by or for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Samora's Report on Spanish Speaking Peoples has been relocated to the Written Works series.
8Report on Spanish Speaking Peoples, by Julian Samora, 1964
This Report has been relocated to Written Works.
9"The Civil Rights of Mexican Americans in Texas," 1970
10Civil Rights Update, 1978-1985
11Improving Hispanic Unemployment Data, 1978
12Memorandum: "Proposed Study of Urban Renewal Programs," N.d.
13"Mexican American Education Study," 1969
14Perspectives, 1980, 1983
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1001"Report on Mexican Americans," by Glick/Wright, 1965
2Other Materials, c.1967-1969
United States Department of Commerce -- Bureau of the Census, 1963-1985
Correspondence:
3 1970-1976
4 1977
5 1978-1979
6 1980-1984
Census Advisory Committee on the Spanish Origin Population for the 1980 Census:
7Minutes, 1975-1976
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1011Minutes, 1977
2Minutes, 1978-1980
3Meeting Packet, February 1977
4Meeting Packet, September 1979
5Meeting Packet, March 1980
6Various, 1978
7Various, 1979
[folder 1 of 2]
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1021Various, 1979
[folder 2 of 2]
2Various, 1980
1980 Census:
3 1977-1978
4 1979
5 1980
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1031Steering Committee of the Undercount, 1980
Publications:
2Data Users News, 1977-1982
3Population Characteristics, 1969-1981
Includes many publications titled, "Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States."
4"Provisional Estimates of Social, Economic, and Housing Characteristics," 1982
5"Recommendations of the Minority Advisory Committees," 1984
6Technical Papers (7, 38, 51), 1963-1984
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1041Various Publications, 1971-1973
2Various Publications, 1974-1983
Various Materials:
3 1970-1979
4 1970-1971
5 1972-1973
6 1974
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1051-2 1975
[2 folders]
2-5 1976
[3 folders]
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1061-2 1977
[2 folders]
3-4 1978
[2 folders]
5 1979-1981, 1985
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107United Way of St. Joseph County, 1983-1984
1Big Brothers & Big Sisters, 1983-1984
2Catholic Social Service, 1983-1984
3-5Evaluation and Allocations Division, 1983-1984
[3 folders]
6Family and Childrens Center, 1983-1984
7Family Services Panel #1, 1983-1984
8Hansel Neighborhood Service, Inc., 1983-1984
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108University of Notre Dame, 1959-1985
1Admissins Committee - Department of Sociology and Anthropology, 1979-1981
Admissions Inquiries:
2 1977
3 1978
4 1979
5 1980
6 1981
7 1982
8Mailing Lists, N.d.
9Advanced Studies, Office of, 1981-1983
Affirmative Action:
10 1971-1973
11 1974-1976
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1091 1977-1982
2Applicants - Graduate Studies, 1971-1973
3Applicants - Mexican American, 1979
4Applicants - Post Doctoral, 1971-1972
5Applicants - Secretarial, 1982
6Applicants - Undergraduate Students, 1969-1972
7Black Studies Program Committee, 1978-1984
8Book Orders, 1974-1984
9Center for Civil Rights University Advisory Committee, 1974
10Center for Pastoral and Social Ministry, N.d.
11Center for the Study of Man in Contemporary Society, 1978-1981
12Chicano Colloquiums, 1976
13Chicano Experience [course], 1981
14Chicano Movement, 1979-1980
15Chicano Movement, 1982
16Chicano Movement, 1983
17Chicano Movement, 1984
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1101Chicano Professors Association, 1977
2-3Chicano Seminar, 1981-1982
4Chicanos in the U.S. - Exams, 1972-1984
5Chicanos in the U.S. - Materials, c.1978-1983
6Chicanos in the U.S. - Reading List, 1978, N.d.
7Chicanos in the U.S. - Syllabus, N.d.
8Chicanos in the U.S. (Other), N.d.
9Chicanos Lectures, N.d.
10Classes,
11College Council Meeting, 1968-1981
12College of Arts and Letters - Members of the Faculty, 1968
13College of Arts and Letters - "Progress Report," 1961
14Commencement, 1983
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1111-4Committee on Appointments and Promotions, 1973-1974
[4 folders]
5Committee on Appointments and Promotions, 1975-1976
6Committee on Appointments and Promotions, 1979-1983
7Committee on Social Sciences, 1967-1968
8Comparative Ethnic Studies,
9Course Evaluations, 1980?
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1121Cultural Sociology, 1961
2Database Services, 1984
3Department of Economics, 1984
4Department of Political Science, N.d.
5Department of Sociology, 1968-1983
6Department of Sociology - Applicants, 1974
7Department of Sociology - Mini-courses, 1981
8Department of Sociology - Search Committee, 1983
9Department of Sociology and Anthropology - Research Convention, 1981
10Dissertations Directed and Read, 1970-1985
11Endowed Chairs, 1968
12Enrollment Task Force, 1973
13Ethnic Minority Enrollment Report, 1974
14Ethnic Studies, c.1968-1973
15Ethnic Studies - Comprehensive Exams, 1976-1982
16Ethnic I, 1984
17Ethnic II, 1982
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1131Ethnic I, 1983
2Ethnic II, 1984
3Faculty Directories, 1964-1967
4Faculty Handbooks, 1973-1975, 1983
5Faculty Recruitment, 1978-1980
6Faculty Service File, 1982-1983
7Faculty Service Reports, 1973-1984
8Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC), 1983
9Football Team Photo [in newspaper], 1975
10Foreign Area Fellowship Program (FAFP), 1972
11Freshmen Seminar, 1974
12Graduate Exams, 1958-1959, 1972
13Graduate Program Committee, 1981
14Graduate Studies in Education, 1972, 1975
15Groundskeepers, 1978-1979
16Industrial Associates Program, N.d.
17Interdisciplinary Committee, 1976-1978
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1141Kenan Chair, file 1, 1973-1975
2Kenan Chair, file 2, 1973-1975
3Medical Sociology Exams, 1960-1965
Mexican American Graduate Studies Programs:
4Correspondence, 1971-1984
5Budget, 1973-1983
6Working Drafts, c.1980s
7Info Sheets, 1978, 1983, N.d.
8Posters, 1981, N.d.
9First Annual Report, 1971-1972
10Second Annual Report, 1972-1973
11Third Annual Report, 1973-1974
12Fourth Annual Report, 1974-1975
13Fifth Annual Report, 1975-1976
14Sixth Annual Report, 1976-1977
15Seventh Annual Report, 1977-1978
16Eighth Annual Report, 1978-1979
17Tenth Annual Report, 1980-1981
18Eleventh Annual Report, 1981-1982
19Twelfth Annual Report, 1982-1983
20Thirteenth Annual Report, 1983-1984
21Fourteenth Annual Report, 1984-1985
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115Mexican American Lecture Series:
1 1972-1973
2 1973-1974
3 1974-1975
4Comments, 1973
5Posters and Brochures, 1973-1980
6Minorities 328 Outlines, N.d.
7Minority Exams, 1958-1962
8Minority Exams - Ph.D., 1968-1979
9Minority Recruitment, 1981-1983
10Minority Studies Program, 1969, 1972
11Modern American Society,
12Notre Dame Magazine, 1976, 1981
13Outline for Introductory Anthropology, N.d.
14Ph.D. Written Examinations, 1968-1976
15Posters - Guest Lecturers, 1975-1979
16Posting, 1982-1983
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1161Readings for Sociology #363, N.d.
2Research and Sponsored Programs, 1968-1974
3Reserve Book Room - Memorial Library, 1976-1979
4Response to Request from Chairpersons for Chicano Opportunities, 1976
5Senate (Faculty), 1968-1969
6Sociological Analysis - Exams, 1971-1972
7Sociology 111 - Final Exam, 1977
8Sociology, N.d.
9Sociology 201, N.d.
10Staff Newsletter, 1970, 1981
11Summer Institute, 1974
12Task Force for Academic Disciplines - Report, 1973
13Task Force for Enrollment - Report, 1973
14Task Force for Physical Facilities - Report, 1973
15Task Force for Research and Instruction - Report, 1973
16Teacher/Course Evaluation, 1979
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1171Teaching - Exams and Surveys, 1079, N.d.
2Teleconference Materials, 1984
Travel:
3 1957-1969
4 1974-1979
5 1980-1984
6University Directory, 1972-1973
University of Notre Dame Press - SEE BELOW
7Urban Studies, 1969-1970
8Various Notre Dame Correspondence, 1961-1983
9"Yellow Sheet," 1966
University of Notre Dame Press:
10Board of Directors, 1971
11Board of Directors, 1972
12Board of Directors, 1973
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1181Board of Directors, 1974
2Board of Directors, 1975
3Books on Chicanos Published by Notre Dame - Listing of Distribution, 1984, N.d.
4Catalogs, 1974-1984, N.d.
5Correspondence, 1965-1969
6Correspondence, 1970-1974
7Correspondence, 1975-1979
8Correspondence, 1980-1985
9Invoices, 1974-1975
10Sales Reports, 1972-1983

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IV. Written Works, 1943-1984

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1191"Analytical Conception Regarding the Borderland Zones Between Mexico and the U.S.A. Considered as a Research Area," typescript, 1975[?].
2"The Backdoor of History: A Brief Statement With Reference to the Spanish-Speaking People of the Southwest, "Southern Colorado Register [typescript], c.20 August 1953.
3"Bilingual and Bi-cultural Education," Presented at the Colorado Education Association, Pueblo, 26 October 1967.
4"Borderland"[?], typescript, N.d.
5CEFNOMEX - Centro de Estudios Fronterizos del Norte Mexico: 3 Generaciones de Estudios Fronterizos [Transcript], 13 January 1984
6"Chicano Studies A.T.M," 1984
7"Civil Rights in Colorado," N.d.
8"Communication Between Physicians and Patients in Outpatient Clinics." With Antonio Ordoñez Plaja and Lucy M. Cohen, reprinted from Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 46, No. 2 (April 1968).
SEE ALSO: Research Projects
9"Conceptions of Health and Disease Among Spanish-Americans." Reprinted from American Catholic Sociological Review 22, no. 4 (Winter 1961).
10"A Conceptual Frame of Reference," c.1976
11"A Conceptual Framework for Identity," typescript, N.d.
12"Dominant-Minority Relations," Address given in the Provost's Lecture Series at Michigan State University on 11 March 1964.
13"Education and the Spanish Speaking," typescript, 1964
14"The Education of the Spanish-Speaking In the Southwest: An Analysis of the 1960 Census Materials," typescript, 1969.
15"The Educational Status of a Minority." Reprinted from Theory Into Practice 2, no. 3 (June 1963).
[Typescript originally titled "The Education of the Spanish-Speaking In the Southwest"]
16"Employment," N.d..
17"La Familia de La Raza," typescript and manuscript, N.d.
[Originally titled "Hispanics"]
18Forward to "The Urban Hispanic Population of the United States Since 1960" by Timothy J. Kenny, et al, N.d.
19"The General Status of the Spanish-speaking People in the Southwest." In Social and Educational Problems of Rural and Urban Mexican American Youth, Summary of Proceedings of the Southwest Conference sponsored by Occidental College, 6 April 1963.
20"The General Status of the Spanish-Speaking People in the United States," c1962.
21"George Sánchez and Testing." In Humanidad: Essays in Memory of George I. Sánchez [typescript], 1977.
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1201"Hispanics," typescript, N.d.
2"A History of the Mexican American People" [draft], c1971?
3"A History of the Mexican American People" [draft], c1976.
4"Immigration History Provides Key," from Agenda, Winter 1973.
5"Importancia de las ciencias sociales en la enseñanza y en la investigación médicas." With Orlando Fals Borda and Virginia Gutiérrez de Pineda, Asamblea Nacional de Facultades de Medicina, Cartagena, 16 October 1963.
6Introduction to Chicanas: A Collection of Essays, with Cordelia Candelaria, c.1980.
7"Knowledge About Specific Diseases in Four Selected Samples," with Lyle Saunders and Richard F. Larson. Reprinted from Journal of Health and Human Behavior 3 (Fall 1962).
[with drafts, c.1961]
8"La Raza and the System," typescript of speech, N.d.
9"Language Usage as a Possible Index of Acculturation," 1956
10"Maquiladoras," c.1976
11"A Medical Care Program in a Colorado County," with Lyle Saunders. From Health, Culture and Community edited by B.D. Paul, 1955.
SEE: Bound volume, below
12"Medical Vocabulary Knowledge Among Hospital Patients," with Lyle Saunders and Richard F. Larson. Reprinted from Journal of Health and Human Behavior 2 (Summer 1961).
SEE ALSO: Bound volume, below
13"Mexican-Americans in a Midwest Metropolis," 1972
14"Mexican-Americans in the Southwest," with Ernesto Galarza and Herman Gallegos. In ADL Bulletin 27, no. 3 (March 1970).
15-16"Mexican-Americans in the Southwest: A Report to the Ford Foundation," with Ernesto Galarza and Herman Gallegos, 31 December 1966.
[2 copies]
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1211"Mexican Immigration." Chapter from Mexican Americans Tomorrow, edited by Gus Tyler, 1975.
2"Mexican Immigration and American Labor Demands," with Jorge Bustamante. Paper presented at Center for Migration Studies, Brooklyn College, 13-14 March 1970.
3"Minority Leadership in a Bi-Cultural Community," Dissertation Abstract, 1953.
Los Mojados, draft typescript and manuscript, N.d.
4Introduction
5Chapters I-II
6Chapters III-IV
7Chapters V-VI
8Chapters VII-VIII
9Appendix[?] - Subcommittee Inquiries
10"The Movement of Spanish Youth From Rural to Urban Settings," with Donald N. Barrett. Prepared for the National Conference on Problems of Rural Youth in a Changing Environment, September 1963.
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1221"Occupational Stratifications in Four Southwestern Communities," with William V. D'Antonio. Reprinted from Social Forces 41, no. 1 (October 1962).
SEE ALSO: Bound volume, below
2"Overview of United States-Mexico Border Issues," N.d.
3Paper presented at Conference on Michigan Foundations, 1974.
4"Patients' Conception of Disease and Disease Causation" [draft], c1960-c1961.
5"A Pilot Study for United States Commission on Civil Rights," from The Spanish-speaking People in the U.S., 1963.
6"Poverty in the Southwest: A Position Paper," N.d.
7"Prejudice and Religious Activity in Mexico and the United States: A Note," with Charles P. Loomis. Reprinted from Sociological Analysis 26, no. 4 (Winter 1965).
8-9"Preliminary Observations Based on the Community Survey of a Mountain Town," typescript with hand-drawn graphs, N.d.
[2 copies]
SEE ALSO: Manuscript Projects - Del Norte, below
10"Racism, Repression and Repatriation: Mexican Life in Gary, Indiana During the Great Depression," typescript, N.d.
11"Recent Trends in Educational Status of Mexican-Americans," with Richard A. Lamanna. Reprinted from Proceedings of the First Texas Conference for the Mexican American, San Antonio, 13-15 April 1967.
12-14"Report on Spanish Speaking Peoples," Staff paper submitted to the United States commission on Civil Rights, 5 February 1964.
[3 folders]
15"Research and Scholarly Activity," 1970
16"The Resistance of a 'Minority' Population to a 'Dominant' Medical Program," with Lyle Saunders, c.1953.
17["Revolution"?], or "My remarks will be confined to an anthropological and sociological framework...", N.d..
18"Rural Families in an Urban Setting: A Study in Persistence and Change," with Richard F. Larson. Reprinted from Journal of Human Relations 9, no. 4 (1961).
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1231"Rural Youth with Special Problems - Low Income, Negro, Indian, Spanish-American," 1963
2-3San Diego Report: Border Issues, 1976
[2 folders]
4"A Social and Cultural History of the Spanish-Speaking in the United States," typescript, N.d.
5"The Social Scientist as Researcher and Teacher in the Medical School". Reprinted from Journal of Health and Human Behavior 1 (Spring 1960).
6"Spanish Americans in the Southwest," Inter-American Workshop, Denver University, 1943.
7"The Spanish-Speaking People in American Society," typescript, 1964.
8[No folder 8]
9"The Spanish-Speaking People in the United States," a pilot study prepared for the United States Commission on Civil Rights, N.d.
[folder 1 of 3]
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1241-2"The Spanish-Speaking People in the United States," a pilot study prepared for the United States Commission on Civil Rights, N.d.
[folders 2 and 3]
3-7[Unprocessed folders]"" .
8"The Spanish-Speaking People of Colorado: II in a Series," typescript with annotations, 1955.
Includes letter rejection for publication in America, National Catholic Weekly Review.
9"The Spanish-Speaking Population in the U.S.: A Survey," typescript, N.d.
10Speech at the Conference on Michigan Foundations, Ann Arbor, 21 February 1974.
11Speech in honor of William V. D'Antonio, [1971].
12"Subordinate Leadership in a Bicultural Community: An Analysis," with James B. Watson. Reprinted from American Sociological Review 19, no. 4 (August 1954).
13"Supplementary Statement by Julian Samora," typescript, N.d.
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1251"Teaching Social Science in Medical School," included in Teaching Social and Behavioral Science in Medical Schools, developed for a session of the national meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology held at Madison, Wisconsin, 14 May 1959.
2Testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, 5 May 1981.
3"The Texas Rangers: Heroes or Oppressors?," with Jorge Bustamante. Paper presented at the 66th annual meeting of the Americna Sociological Associatin, Denver, August-September 1971.
SEE ALSO:
4"This is the life of Pablo Cruz...," 1974.
5"Trans-national Population Migration: The Mexico-U.S. Experience," N.d.
6Truchas Field Notes, [Department of Public Health-First District Headquarters, Rural Health Survey, 1959.
7"Undocumented Workers," with Jose Hinojosa. Typescript, N.d.
8"U.S.-Mexico Border - Current Research," c.1976
9"U.S.-Mexico Border - Some Relevant Literature," c.1976
10[Untitled Works], N.d.
11[Untitled Manuscript], "Basically this paper has two objectives. The first is to present and interpret the descriptive characteristics of the Spanish-speaking population....", N.d.
12[Untitled speech], "At a time in our American society when the question of civil rights is a burning issue...," typescript, N.d.
13[Untitled speech], "In discussing the history of Mexican-Americans or Chicano history...," typescript, N.d.
14Book Reviews:
Review of American Indian Education by Evelyn C. Adams. Typescript, c.1946.
Review of Democracy in Mexico by Pablo Gonzalez Casanova. Published in Contemporary Sociology, c.1970.
Review of A Documentary History of the Mexican Americans edited by Wayne Moquin. Published in Social Forces 50, no. 3 (March 1972).
Review of Ethnic Medicine in the Southwest edited by Edward H. Spicer. Typescript with annotations, c.1977.
Review of Health in the Mexican-American Culture: A Community Study by Margaret Clark. Typescript, c.1959.
Review of Henry E. Sigerist on the Sociology of Medicine by Milton I. Roemer. Typescript, c.1960.
Review of La Chicana by Alfredo Mirandé and Evangelina Enríquez. With Barbara Driscoll, typescript with annotations, N.d.
Reviews of Samora works:
15Reviews of Gunpowder Justice, 1978-1981
16Reviews of A History of the Mexican-American People, 1976-1978
17Reviews and Comments on Los Mojados, 1971-1981
18Review of La Raza, N.d.
19Other Reviews, N.d.
20Book Contracts, 1971-1978
21Royalty Statements - University of Notre Dame Press, 1978-1984
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126Bound volumes:
a"A Medical Care Program in a Colorado County," with Lyle Saunders. In Health, Culture and Community: Case Studies of Public Reactions to Health Programs edited by Benjamin D. Paul, 1955.
b"Medical Vocabulary Knowledge Among Hospital Patients," with Lyle Saunders and Richard F. Larson. In Medical Care: Resdings in the Sociology of Medical Institutions edited by W. Richard Scott and Edmund H. Volkart, 1966
c"Occupational Stratifications in Four Southwestern Communities," with William V. D'Antonio. In Mexican-Americans in the United States: A Reader edited by John H. Burma, 1970
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127Manuscript Projects, 1971-1979, N.d.
Del Norte
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128La Raza Anthology (A History of the Mexican American People)
1Biographical Sketches of Writers, 1976-1978
2Correspondence, 1979, N.d.
3Notes, N.d.
4Reviewers Comments, N.d.
5"Preface and Introduction"
6"Carter's Immigration Proposals: An Analysis"
7"Chapter 20: Furthering a Rich Tradition"
8"Higher Education and the Mexican American"
9"The Mexican-American and the Catholic Church: A Struggle of Faith"
10"The Mojado as Chicano: A Case Study from a Mexican Perspective of the Politicization of an Undocumented Worker"
11"Undocumented Workers"
12Typescript
13"Afterword: A Chicano People - What Is Happening? What May Happen?"
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129Gunpowder Justice: A Reasessment of the Texas Rangers
1Project Application and Budget, 1971-1972
Project Correspondence:
2Bernal, Joe, 1972-1976
3Kiekbusch, Richard, 1972-1974
4López, David, 1972-1974
5Muñoz, Henry, 1973
6Paredes, Américo, 1972-1976
7Peña, Albert A., 1973-1976
8Samora, Julian [financial], 1973
9Memos to Team Project Members, 1973-1974
10Other, 1971-1975
11Manuscript, Pt. 1, [1974]
12Manuscript Pt. 2, [1974]
13"Texas Rangers: Heroes or Oppressors," 1971
14"Texas Rangers: Heroes or Oppressors" - Copy Requests, 1971
15"Texas Rangers: Heroes or Oppressors" - Reader Review, 1972
Manuscript:
16Outline and "Introduction"
17"The Texas Rangers: A Short History"
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1301"Chapter II: State-Level Law Enforcement"
2"Chapter III: County-Level Law Enforcement"
3"Image-Making and the Texas Rangers"
4"Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations"
5"Appendices"
6Handwritten drafts, notes, N.d.
7Research Materials, Notes N.d.:
8Bibliographies
9Card Files
10"Texas Rangers, A Chronology," Notes by Dave Samora
11"The Texas Rangers - A Critique," by José R. Hinojosa
12Sent by Joe Bernal
13-14Court Cases [Allee v. Medrano]
[2 folders]
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1311"History & Literature, Texas Rangers"
2Interviews with Martin Garcia and Henry Muñoz
3Miscellaneous Articles
4Photographs (2)
5Texas Ranger Memorabilia
6W.P. Webb Materials
7General
8-9History
[Oversized copies]
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132Notes 1945-1983
The Notes subseries includes handwritten and typewritten notes made by Samora largely in the course of his work and studies.
1American Sociologists and Anthropologists, N.d.
2Anthropology - Elmer Service, Profile of P. Cultures, N.d.
3Anthropology 3, N.d.
4Anthropology 28, 1965
5Anthropology 129, N.d.
6Bibliography - Thesis Material, N.d.
7Civil Rights, N.d.
8Comte, Auguste, 1951
9European Anthropology and Sociology, c.1951
10Evolutionists - Classical, c.1951
11History of Latin America - North and South, c.1945
12History of the Southwest, N.d.
13History of Mexico, N.d.
14Indians of Central and South America, N.d.
15Inter-American Relations, N.d.
16Kroeber, A.L., N.d.
17Latin American History - Colonial Period, N.d.
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1331Leadership, N.d.
2Levy-Bruhl, Lucien, N.d.
3Medical Sociology, c.1945-1956
4Medical Sociology, N.d.
5Medical Sociology 62 - Lectures, N.d.
6Medical Sociology - Seminar, N.d.
7Morgan, Lewis Henry, N.d.
8Minority and Ethnic Relations, N.d.
9Miscellaneous, N.d.
10Murdock, N.d.
11NDEA Institute, UCLA, N.d.
12North American Archeology, N.d.
13Personality and Culture II, N.d.
14Projective Methods, N.d.
15Ross [Stanley], 1978
16Society and Medicine, c.1956
17Social Anthropology, N.d.
18Sociological Analysis, c.1960
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1341Sociology, N.d.
2Sociology 111, N.d.
3Sociology and Anthropology, N.d.
4Sociology 120, 1977-1979
5Sociology 129, c.1958
6Spanish Speaking Course, N.d.
7Survey Forms, N.d.
8Untyped Material, N.d.
9Various Notes, 1983, N.d.
10Various Notes [Chicanos in the U.S.], N.d.
11Vital Statistics, N.d.
12Westermarck, N.d.

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V. Research Projects, 1956-1984

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135Communication in the Doctor-Patient Relationship, 1965-1968
1Planning document - "Importancia de la sociología médica en los paises en desarrolo," c.1965
2Annual Report, 1965
3Correspondence, 1966-1967
4Publication - "Communication Between Physicians and Patients in Outpatient Clinics: Social Factors," 1968[?]
5-6Data - U.S. Army Project 3A012501B813-08 Caso Numero 1-28, 1965
[2 folders]
7Data - U.S. Army Project 3A012501B813-08 Caso Numero 1c-7c, [1965?]
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1361-2Data - U.S. Army Project 3A012501B813-08 Caso Numero 1m-24m, [1965?]
[2 folders]
3Reference - "El organismo humano y el concepto de enfermedad," N.d.
Denver General Hospital Patient Characterists Study, 1956-1962 [1981]
4-5Schedule 2
[2 folders]
6Schedule 3
7Schedule 4
8Schedule 4a
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1371-2Schedule 6
[2 folders]
3Schedule 7
4Schedule 8
5Schedule 12
6-8Schedule 13
[3 folders]
9Schedule 17 and 17a
10Schedule 17a
11Schedule 20
12Schedules 1-20, Questionnaires
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1381Research Manual by Lyle Saunders
2Rosales Case, 1956
3Saunders' Proposal (1) - "Proposal and Planning Materials," 1956
4Saunders' Proposal (2) - "Sampling Problems and Procedures," and "Related Studies," 1956
5Saunders' Proposal (3) - "Definitions," and "DGH Admissions," 1956
6Saunders' Proposal (4) - "GMC and Other Forms and Blanks, "GMC Statistical Tabulations," and "Schulman," 1956
7Denver General Hospital Disease Schedules, N.d.
8"Patient Perceptions of Health and Illness," c.1960-1962
9Other Documents, Correspondence, 1956-1958
10Medical Sociology Research Schedules, 1981
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139East Chicago Study (for "Mexican Americans in a Midwest Metropolis" article), 1965-1974
1Correspondence, 1965-1966
2Manuscript Draft, N.d.
3General, N.d.
4Interview 1
5Interview 2
6Interview 3
7Interview 4
8Interview 5
9[Interview 6]
10[Interview 7]
11EEOC Data, N.d.
12Requests for "Mexican Americans in a Midwest Metropolis," 1969-1970
13Requests for "Mexican Americans in a Midwest Metropolis," 1971-1974
National Study of Spanish Name Persons (Spanish Speaking People), 1962-1963
14Bibliographies, N.d.
15Correspondence with Questionnaires, 1962-1963
16Council of Churches Membership Correspondence, 1962
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1401Alaska, 1962
2Arizona, 1962
3California, 1962
4Colorado, 1962
5Connecticut, 1962
6Florida, 1962
7Idaho, 1962
8Illinois, 1962
9Indiana, 1962
10Iowa, 1962
11Kansas, 1962
12Kentucky, 1962
13Louisiana, 1962
14Massachusetts, 1962
15Michigan, 1962
16Minnesota, 1962
17Missouri, 1962
18Nebraska, 1962
19New Jersey, 1962
20New Mexico, 1962
21New York, 1962
22Ohio, 1962
23Oregon, 1962
24Pennsylvania, 1962
25Rhode Island, 1962
26Texas, 1962
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1411Utah, 1962
2Vermont, 1962
3Washington State, 1962
4Wisconsin, 1962
5Wyoming, 1962
6Other, 1962
7Percent Spanish Name by County, c.1960
8Discrimination, Language - Cases, 1959-1960
9Segretation Cases, 1960-1961
10Ernst, Lawrence (Toledo Diocesan Director), 1962
11Chinery, Flo., Phi Kappa Theta, 1962
12Survey Data, 1962
13Various, N.d.
Various Research and Project Files, 1957-1984
14Assessment of the Mexican-American Population of the U.S. in the 1980s, 1984
15Census Bureau Questionnaires fro L.A. Area, 1976
16Fabens, Texas, 1969
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1421Family and Fertility Changes in Latin America -- Proposal, 1965
2Family and Fertility Changes in Latin America -- Correspondence, 1964-1966
3Health Needs and Health Care Among Spanish Speaking Farm Laborers in Michigan, 1957-1958
4Rural Health Survey, N.M. (Marion Hotopp), 1957-1964
5Wetback Research, Tables, Etc., 1967-1970
6[Unidentified Data] -- Forms, N.d.
7[Unidentified Data] -- IBM Data Cards, N.d.

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VI. Photographs, 1965-1983

The Photographs series is divided into two sub-series: Photographs of Samora include both formal and snapshot photos of Samora and also include shots of his family, colleagues, and travels. Other Photographs show mainly scenes of the border region and migrant living and working conditions.
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143Photographs of Samora
1Portrait photographs of Julian Samora, c.1966-1981
Includes multiple copies of photographic portraits of Samora from c.1966; contact sheet of Samora in his office standing beside his library dated 7/24/1972; an undated portrait from the late 1970s; and portrait and clippings (from the South Bend Tribune) from 1981.
2Samora and George I. Sánchez, 1983[?]
See the 30 April 1954 issue of World-Independent, Walsenburg, Colorado.
3Samora in group with Lyndon Baines Johnson, 1965?
Framed group photo showing President Lyndon B. Johnson, seated, addressing the 26 members of unidentified commission, possibly the Commission on Civil Rights. Samora is seen standing, third from left, second row. Oscar Laurel is standing at Samora's right side. Each member wears a name tag.
4Samora at the Ford Foundation Population Conference, Lake Como, Italy, 8-11 April 1968
With postcard book of Villa D'Este, where the conference took place.
5Samora with Indiana Governor Edgar Whitcomb, 1971
6Samora at the NIMH Continuing Education Training Review Committee meetings, 1971-1972
7Samora at unidentified reception, c.1971
8Black-and-white photographs, 1972-1983
Note: numbers 1-4 below were photographed by Gilberto Cárdenas.
1. Samora speaking at podium
2. Samora with Indiana State Civil Rights Commission, 1972[?]
3. Samora (in background) in meeting with Jesse Soriano and Graciela Oliveras, first female graduate of Notre Dame Law School.
4. Betty Samora, the teacher, in classroom
5. Close-up of Jose Hinojosa
6. Irene Hinojosa, wife of Jose
7. Unidentified man, seated at desk
9Color snapshots, 1975-1983[?]
1. Samora with César Chávez, probably April 1979
2. Student Victor Rios, Jr., with Barbara Driscoll, Redlands, CA, 1983[?]
[identified by V.R., 9-19-1986]
3. Dinner occasion: Samora, back to camera, with Jorge Bustamante, Gilberto Cárdenas, and Barbara Driscoll
4. and 5. Outside scenes (snow still on ground) of Samora, April 1980
6. Samora in relaxed conversation with unidentified woman, 1976
7. Samora seated, April 1980
8. Samora with students Juan Garcia, Julie Leininger, and Gilberto Cardenas [as identified 9-17-1986 by G.C.][photos 8-10 received in letter from Louise Garcia, 15 October 1979]
9. The Samoras with Miguel Carranza, Juan Garcia, and Gilberto Cardenas
10. Betty Samora in lounge chair
11. Samora with Gilberto Cardenas and unidentified woman, Spring 1975
10Scenes of New Mexico[?], 1977-1982
41 color prints (and 8 negatives) of Samora, wife Betty, and others. [rec. from Gilda Baeza, 9 January 1987]
11Hispanic Heritage Committee award reception, South Bend, 1982
Twenty color prints of the reception at Notre Dame in honor of Samora. Printes numbered "5-33" and "5-34" show Samora receiving the plaque awarded by the Hispanic Heritage Committee, South Bend, 14 September 1982, "in recognition of long hours of devoted service to our hermanos hispanos."
No. "5-13" shows Samora's son and daughter [as identified by Gilberto Cardenas, 9-17-1986]. Cardenas appears in "5-7", "5-25", and "5-34". No. "4-18" shows Samora with Dr. Jorge Prieto.
12NACS award ceremony, April 1983
5 prints show scenes at E. Michigan University, Ypsilanti. Miguel Carranza is at the microphone. See also plaque.
13Family photographs, 1961-1980s
14Construction of house in Truchas, NM
Other Photographs
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14315Lyndon Baines Johnson Signing Ceremony, 1965
A pen used in this signing ceremony in also included in the Artifacts series.
16Border Photos
17Border Patrol Photographs [negatives]
18La Casita Farm
1. Field workers
2.-4. Children laboring with adults
5. Laboreres using equipment to harvest cabbage
6. Trucks in line to be loaded
7. Laborers picking and crating cabbage
8.-10. Workers harvesting onions
19Children's Center, and Adult Education Program, Weslaco, Texas
20El Gato Viejo, So. Texas, April 1970
After Huricane Beulah (1967).
21El Paso/Ciudad Juárez
22McAllen/Reynosa: Texas-Mexican Border Scenes
23Pharr, Hidalgo Co., Texas: Food Surplus Commodities Program
24Rio Grande City, Starr Co., Texas
25South Texas Migrants
26Texas Rangers [panoramic]
27Weslaco, Hidalgo Co., Texas
28Weslaco, Hidalgo Co., Texas: Farm Labor Camp, April 1970
Scenes of living conditions at a farm labor camp.
29Slides
These slides may be part of the Multi-Media Production project that Samora was involved in developing.
1. Woodcut: Tucson, Arizona, in the 1850s [Stanford University Library]
2. Woodcut: Anglo ranchers, Taos, NM, 1858 [Stanford]
3. Woodcut: Juan Cortina [University of Texas, Austin]
4. Woodcut: Cart War, Harper's Monthly [Stanford]
5. Woodcut: Texas Ranger [Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley]
6. Woodcut: Mule train from New Mexico mines, 1854 [Stanford]
7. Photo: Mexican American child, school guard, California [Multi-Media]
8. Photo: Children playing, Phoenix, AZ [Multi-Media]
9. Photo: Farm workers' union pickets, Delano, CA [Multi-Media]
10. Photo: Attending mass, Delano, CA [Multi-Media]
11. Photo: School children at Halloween, San Jose, CA [Multi-Media]
12. Codex Bourbon (16th century), the Aztec god, Tlaloc [Bancroft]
13. Woodcut: Arizona town in 1864 [Stanford]
14. Map of portion of Canada, U.S., Mexico [Multi-Media]
15. Woodcut: Anglo trapper in Southwest [Stanford]
16. Photo: Ruts from wagons using Santa Fe Trail - more than a century old [Multi-Media]
17. FSA photo, 1930s: One-room school [Library of Congress]
18. News photo: Reies López Tijerina [UPI]
19. Woodcut: General Scott leading U.S. Army into Mexico City, September 1847 [Stanford]
20. Florentine Codex (16th century): Conquest of Mexico, depicting place where firewood was cut [Bancroft]
21. Photo: Children of migrant farm workers, California [Multi-Media]
22. Photo: Storefront, El Paso, TX [Multi-Media]
23. Spanish conquistadores, 16th century, from an old costume book [Stanford]
24. Woodcut: Anglo trappers, 1883 [Library of Congress]
25. Woodcut: Trapper and bear (romanticized) [Stanford]
26. Woodcut: Santa Fe Trail trade [Stanford]
27. Painting by Frederick Remington from Collier's Magazine (1906): Traders and Mexican townsman [Stanford]
28. Father Hidalgo [Stanford]
29. Photo: Farm Workers' Union, office worker [Multi-Media]
30. Photo: Office worker [Multi-Media]
31. Photo: Construction worker [Multi-Media]
32. News photo: President Truman honoring Mexican American G.I., World War II [UPI]
33. News photo: Braceros in field, 1963 [UPI]
34. News photo: Braceros, lunch break in field, 1963 [UPI]
35. Photo: Grape picker, vineyards at Delano, CA [Multi-Media]
36. Photo: Dock workers, El Paso, TX [Multi-Media]
37. Photo: Church bazaar at San Jose, CA [Multi-Media]
38. Photo: School, Delano, CA, class being held outdoors [Multi-Media]
39. Photo: Wedding at Mission San Gabriel, CA [Multi-Media]
40. Photo: Farm workers near Phoenix, AZ [Multi-Media]
41. Map: Texas/Anglo invasion [Multi-Media]
42. Woodcut: Weighing quicksilver (mercury), New Almaden Mine, CA, 19th century [Stanford]
43. Woodcut: Arrastra, CA, gold fields, 1850s [Stanford]
44. Woodcut: Craftsman making cane chair [Bancroft]
45. Woodcut: New Almaden Mine, CA, 1850 [Stanford]
46. Florentine codex: Sacrifice, pre-Conquest Mexico [Bancroft]
47. Woodcut: Joaquin Murieta [California State Library, Sacramento]
48. Woodcut: Mission San Jose, TX (1854) [Stanford]
49. Painting: Monterey Bay, CA, 1850 [CA State Library]
50. Painting: Storming of Chapultepec, Mexican-American War [Bender Room, Stanford]
51. Currier & Ives print: Bombardment of Vera Cruz, March 1847, Mexican-American War [Stanford]
52. Currier & Ives print: Battle of Churubusco, Mexican-American War [Stanford]
53. Painting: Romantic depiction of Treaty of Chapultepec [Stanford]
54. Woodcut: Father Junípero Serra [Stanfond]
55. Woodcut: Cortés departing Santo Domingo en route to Mexico (romanticized) [Stanford]
56. Painting: Battle of San Jacinto, Texas independence [Stanford]
57. Woodcut: Mexican vaquero, colonial New Mexico [Stanford]
58. Woodcut: Family, New Mexico - 19th century [Stanford]
59. Photo: Street musician [Multi-Media]
60. Photo: Delano, CA, Mexican-American side of town, "across the tracks" [Multi-Media]
61. Photo: Window sign, "Spanish Spoken Here," San Jose, CA [Multi-Media]
62. Photo: Street - Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico [Multi-Media]
63. News photo: National Guard in New Mexico tracking Reies López Tijerina after Tierra Amarilla incident [UPI]
64. Photo: Street scene [Multi-Media]
65. Photo: Ruins of colonial New Mexican home [Multi-Media]
66. Photo: Mexican American storefront, Texas [Multi-Media]
67. Photo: Street scene, Texas [Multi-Media]
68. Photo: Arcade, Santa Fe, New Mexico [Multi-Media]
69. News Photo: Mexican American youth ("zoot suiter"), Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, 1943 [UPI]
70. Julian Samora holding "Boycott A&P" sign, April 1973 [from Ramiro Gomez]
30Mounted Cactus Prints
31Postcards and other images

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VII. Audio-Visual Materials, 1969-1981

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144Microfilm Reels
1Samora, Julian. Minority Leadership in a Bi-Cultural Community. Ph.D. dissertation, 1953.
2Allwell, Patrick J. Mexican Immigration into the Unitied States. M.A. dissertation, U. of Mo., 1928.
3Fellows, L.W. Economic Aspects of the Mexican Rural Population in California with Special Emphasis on the Need for Mexican Labor. With Morrison, E.M. A History of Recent Legislative Proposals Concerning Mexican Immigration (1929), and Parney, J.P. Postwar Mexican Migration: 1945-1955 (1957).
4Jones, Lamar Bubington. Mexican American Labor Problems in Texas. University of Texas Ph.D. dissertation, 1965.
5Lipshultz. American Attitudes Toward Mexican Immigration, 1924-1952. M.A. thesis, Chicago.
6Lyons, R.M. The Legal Status of American and Mexican Migratory Farm labor: An Analysis of the U.S. Farm Labor Legislation, Policy, and Administration. Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University, 1954.
7Tomasek, R.D. The Political and Economic Implications of Mexican labor in the U.S. Under the Non-Quota System, Contract Color Program and Wetback Movement, 1958.
Videotapes
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1448Unidentified, labeled 4/30/79,
60 min., B&W. [Sony V-32 Helical Scan Video Tape]
Audiotapes
The first three tapes listed are reel-to-reel. The subsequent tapes are cassette format, most recordings of the lecture series at Notre Dame and having transcriptions available in Box 145.
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1449Morning Session, Tuesday, May 8
[reel-to-reel tape]
10PM Session, Tuesday, May 8
[reel-to-reel tape]
11Unlabeled.
[reel-to-reel tape]
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147[Note: The following cassette tapes are located in box number 147, listed here out of order due to it's flat file dimensions.]
1Acuña, Rudy. Lecture, Notre Dame, 11/27/1973,
Tape 1
2Acuña, Rudy. Lecture (cont.), Notre Dame, 11/27/1973
3Acuña, Rudy. Seminar, N.Dame, 11/28/1973. Side B: Delfina Landeros and Gilberto Cardenas.
4Acuña, Rudy. Seminar, Notre Dame, 11/28/1973.
5Acuña, Rudy. N. Dame.
6Aviña. "El Compadrismo System and the E.C. Political Machine," N.d.
7Chávez, César. Address at the University of Notre Dame, Stepan Center, April 1979.
8Corona, Bert. Labor Organizer.
9Díaz, Alfonso. El Paso, Texas, 6 August 1970.
10Garcia, Chris. Lecture, Notre Dame, 12/4/1973.
11Garcia, Chris. Notre Dame, 12/5/1973 [SEE ALSO: Romero, Father Juan]. With Rios, C.R., July 1978.
12"Jose y Lydia"
13Marshall, Ray. 4/3/1975.
14Marshall, Ray. N.d.
15Marshall, Ray, N.d.
16Muñoz, Carlos. Lecture, Notre Dame, 3/18/1974.
17Muñoz, Carlos. Lecture, Notre Dame, "Chicanos in the U.S." (class), 3/19/1974.
18Romero, Father Juan. With last half of Chris García, Notre Dame, 12/5/1973.
19Schmidt, David.
20Schmidt, David.
21Schmidt, David. 1/23/1973.
22Schockley, John. 16 March 1971.
23Taylor, Paul. Chicano Studies Course, Notre Dame, 4/31/1973.
24Telles, Raymond (Ambassador). Lecture, Notre Dame, Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, 1/20/1975.
25Telles, Raymond (Ambassador). Lecture, Notre Dame, "U.S.-Mexico Border Commission," 1/21/1975.
26Weaver, Tomás. Notre Dame Lecture, N.d.
27Weaver, Tomàs. Notre Dame Lecture, N.d.
28Weaver, Tomas.
29Chicana Conference, dePick and Evey Chapa, N.d.
30Chicana Conference, N.d.
31Chicana Conference, N.d.
34Chicana [Conference?], N.d.
33Sony Tape Instructions, N.d.
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145Transcripts of recorded speeches
Transcriptions mostly of lectures and discussions as part of the lecture series at Notre Dame (tapes are listed above in the Audiovisual series).
1Acuña, Rudy, 28 November 1973
2Chavez, Cesar, N.d.
3Corona, Bert, 4 April 1979
4Dominguez, John. "Banking Activities and Capital Flows in Minority Areas," N.d.
5-6Garcia, Chris, 4-5 December 1973
[2 folders]
7Landero, Delfina, and Gilberto Cárdenas, 16 July 19--
8Marshall, Ray, 3 April 1973
9McWilliams, Carey. "News Management as Related to Minorities," 25 February 1973
10Muñoz, Carlos, 18 March 1974
11Paredes, Américo. "Mexicanos in the U.S. and Chicanos," 26 March 1973
12Romero, Juan, N.d.
13Ruiz, Ramon. Chicano Seminar, Notre Dame, 12 December 1972
14Ruiz, Ramon. "The Mexican War," 12 December 1972
15Schmidt, David, N.d.
16Schmidt, Fred, N.d.
17Stavenhagen, Rodolfo, 22 January 1974
18Taylor, Paul. "Perspectives on Mex-Am. in the U.S.," 30 April 1973
19Trejo, Arnulfo. "Mexican-American Literature," 5 March 1973
20Valdez, Antonio. Interview, 17 December 1981
21Weaver, Tomas, N.d.
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259Multi-Media Productions Inc. Mixed Media
Includes record albums and film strips that Samora consulted on.
"La Raza--The Mexican Americans" Series, 1969
"Pilgrimage: The March of the Grape Strikers From Delano to Sacramento, April 1966" [1969]

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VIII. Artifacts and Realia, 1965-1983

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146Plaques
1Colorado State University Alumni Association Honor Alumnus Award, 1981
2Hispanic Heritage Committee, South Bend, Indiana, 1982
3NACS Scholar, 14 April 1983
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1491NAEP Policy Committee, 1978
2NCLR La Raza Award, 8 September 1979
3Congressional Hispanic Caucus and NEH, 10 Oct 1979
4Posters fro various Chicano events, N.d.
Other Items
1. Name plate, "Julian Samora"
2. Texas Ranger Sesquicentennial Commemorative
3. Notre Dame Air Force ROTC cigarette lighter
4. Paper weight, "Dr. Julian Samora," from Pan American University
5. Chamizal Settlement medallion, 1967
6. Parker ballpoint pen from the President of Mexico, Gustavo Diaz Ordaz
7. Mexican coin: 25 pesos, Estados Unidos Mexicanos, commemorating the 1968 Olympics
8. Ballpoint pen with marble base
9. "One of the pens used by the President, August 5, 1965..."
See Also: Photographs
10. TCE Survey short pencils
11. Letter opener (plastic) with image of St. Anthony[?]
12. Letter opener (wood) with figure on top, "blade" broken

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IX. Julian Samora Library,

The Julian Samora Library consists of numerous offprints, reprints, drafts, and copies of articles and other works collected by Samora throughout his career. A list of these materials can be found on Part 2 of this guide.
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150-257Julian Samora Library

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X. Betty Samora Papers, 1962-1979

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2581Correspondence, 1974-1978
2Financial Documents, 1962-1979
3Legal Documents, 1962-1963, 1978-1979
4Memorial Documents, 1979
5Women's Council for Human Relations, N.d.

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