Finding Aid to the Mildred Walter Manuscripts and Papers MS.236

Finding aid prepared by Holly Rose Larson
Autry National Center, Braun Research Library
234 Museum Drive
Los Angeles, CA, 90065-5030
323-221-2164
rroom@theautry.org
2012 September 20


Title: Mildred Walter Manuscripts and Papers
Identifier/Call Number: MS.236
Contributing Institution: Autry National Center, Braun Research Library
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 5.3 Linear feet (9 boxes)
Date (inclusive): 1933-1986
Abstract: Mildred Walter (1896-1993) was a Spanish teacher in Los Angeles public high schools, and an avid fan of traditional Mexican costumes and folk dances. Mildred and her husband Keamer Walter danced in performances in Southern California in the 1950s and 1960s. This collection of manuscripts and papers created and collected by Mildred Walter spans from 1933-1986 and includes correspondence, personal papers, business and travel papers, lecture and draft manuscripts, and research files.
Language: English, Spanish, Nahuatl.
creator: Walter, Mildred

Access

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Use

Copyright has not been assigned to the Autry National Center. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Autry Archivist. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Autry National Center as the custodian of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred citation

Mildred Walter Manuscripts and Papers, 1933-1986, Braun Research Libary Collection, Autry National Center, Los Angeles; MS.236; [folder number] [folder title][date].

Acquisition

Donation by Mildred Walter, 1986 August 20.

Biographical Note

Mildred Josephine Hall was born on 1896 May 28 in Canada and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Mildred married R. H. (Robert Henry) Keamer Walter in 1917, and the couple moved to Los Angeles in 1921. Mildred taught Spanish in the Los Angeles public schools until her retirement in 1941. Mildred developed a strong interest in Mexican folk dances and costumes and compiled an annotated list on Mexican folk culture and a 112-page manuscript titled Dances of Mexico. According to Mrs. Walter, Dances of Mexico" was written by her in the 1950s and 1960s and reflects her experiences observing dances on approximately 40 trips to Mexico as well as additional research in libraries in the United States and Mexico. Together, Mildred and Keamer traveled through and collected information on folklore and dances in all states of Mexico. The Walters’ repeated travels through Mexico culminated in a collection of Mexican cultural items such as artwork, baskets, men’s and women’s costumes, dolls, jewelry, masks, pottery, toys, and wood carvings. The Walters called their collection Museo Mexicano Mildre and they would open this collection in their home and give lectures and slide shows by appointment.
Mildred Walter was a devoted student of dance and remained active as a teacher and performer through her late 80s, even giving tango lessons at her house. Mildred danced often with the Antique Academy of Genteel Dance, which gave performances at Christmas programs at Heritage Square in Los Angeles. Mildred passed away on 1993 March 7.
Sources: Notes prepared by Michael Heisley on 1986 September 5 based on a conversation with Mildred Walter in her home at 12125 Herbert Street, Mar Vista, California on 1986 August 20.

Scope and contents

Correspondence and personal papers make up a small amount of the collection. The majority of the collection can be found in the Business and Travel Papers series, the Lecture and Draft Manuscripts series, and the Research Files. Business and Travel Papers include information on Mexican dance, legends, and fiestas, as well as an extensive collection of maps, brochures, and tourist information for different locations in Mexico, as well as information on the Walters’ Museo Mexicano Mildre. The Lecture and Draft Manuscripts series includes manuscripts for lectures on Native Americans and dance and a 112-page annotated list of Mexican dances and dance terms. The Research Files include Walter’s research files from 1935-1985 on costume, dance, and Mexican history and culture.
Materials in this collection includes books, drawings, magazines, newsletters, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, notes, photographs, and sheet music.

Processing history

Initial processing by Braun Library Staff. Biographical notes prepared by Michael Heisley 1986 September 5. Finding aid completed by Holly Rose Larson, NHPRC Project Archivist, September 20, 2012, made possible through grant funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

Arrangement

  • Series 1: Correspondence, 1948-1978
  • Series 2: Personal papers, 1963-1971
  • Series 3: Business and travel papers, 1953-1986
  • Series 4: Lecture and Draft Manuscripts, 1952-1960
  • Series 5: Oscar Lewis, 1964
  • Series 6: Research Files, 1933-1985

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Books
Brochures
Clippings
Correspondence
Dance -- Mexico
Drawings
Indian dance
Indians of North America
Lectures and lecturing
Legends -- Mexico
Manuscripts
Maps
Mexico -- Description and travel
Mexico -- History
Newsletters
Photographs
Sheet music
Travel literature

Box 1

Correspondence, 236.1 1948-1978

Scope and contents

This series includes correspondence from Franz and Gertrude Blom, E. F. Meyers, and others. Items in this collection are sometimes addressed to both Mildred and Keamer, and some correspondence is in Spanish. Correspondence from E. F. Meyers is addressed mostly to Keamer.
Box 1

Blom, Franz and Trudi, 236.1.1 1955-1963

Scope and Contents note

Regarding their work with Lancandon Indians in Chiapas.
Box 1

Meyers, E.F., 236.1.2 1957 March - 1963 December

Scope and Contents note

Regarding films ordered, payments, etc.
Box 1

Meyers, E.F., 236.1.3 1964 January - 1972 April

General Physical Description note: papers, photos

Scope and Contents note

Regarding his death, will, etc. Two photos in file.
Box 1

Walter, Mildred, 236.1.4 1948-1978

Box 1

Personal Papers, 236.2 1963-1971

Scope and contents

This series includes the personal papers of Mildred Walter, such as personal correspondence and health history of Mildred and Keamer.
Box 1, 2, 9

Business and Travel Papers, 236.3 1953-1986

Scope and contents

This series includes a bibliography on Mexican dance, legends & fiestas of Mexico, a collection of maps, brochures, and tourist information for different locations in Mexico, a description of Museo Mexicano Mildre, notes by Mildred, and a hand-drawn ethnographic map of Mexico.
Box 1

Bibliography of Mexican Dance, 236.3.1 1960 January

Physical Description: 3.0 copies
Box 1

Legends and Fiestas of Mexico - Legend of Crying Woman; El Maiz en Mexico; Las Peleas de Gallos; Danza de Moros y Christianos; Danza de Los Pajareros; Leyenda de Monja Blanca. 236.3.2

Box 1

Mexico maps and brochures 236.3.3

Box 2

Mexico maps and brochures of specific cities. 236.3.4

Scope and contents

Includes materials related to different cities and regions in Mexico including Chiapas, Jalisco, Oaxaca, and Puebla.
Box 2

Museo Mexican Mildre 236.3.5

Scope and contents

Material in this folder includes brief description of museum, which was located in the Walter's home in Los Angeles.
Box 2

Notes and sketches 236.3.6

Scope and Contents note

Notes and sketches created by Mrs. Walter. Subjects include vocabulary, Indian tribes of Mexico, Mexican Folk dances, and geographic divisions of Mexico.
Box 9

Ethnographic map of Mexico 236.3.7

Box 2

Draft manuscripts and lectures, 236.4 1952-1960

Scope and contents

This series includes drafts of an annotated list of Mexican Dance terms, an untitled manuscript on the Papaloapam District Health Commission, and manuscripts for lectures titled “Indians of North America” and “Traditional Dances.” The file on the “Indians of North America” lecture also includes annotated photographs of the slides used to present the lecture.
Box 2

Indians of North America, lecure and photos 236.4.1

Scope and Contents note

Lecture includes descriptions of Mexican lifestyles.
Box 2

Mexico traditional dances 236.4.2 1952

Scope and contents

Folder includes typed notes created in Mexico and a glossary and description of Mexican dances.
Box 2

Mexican Dances manuscript 236.4.3

Box 2

Mexican Dances preliminary manuscript 236.4.4

Box 2

Mexican Dances, final manuscript 236.4.5

Physical Description: 213.0 pages
Box 2

Papaloapam District Health Commission records 236.4.6

Scope and Contents note

Includes account of administrator's activities among rural villagers.
Box 3

Oscar Lewis, 236.5 1964

Scope and contents

This series contains two clippings regarding Oscar Lewis and his book "Pedro Martinez, a Mexican Peasant and His Family."
Box 3

Extract from Lewis' "Pedro Martinez, A Mexican Peasant & His Family" in The Reporter, 236.5.1 1964 April

Box 3

Review by Robert Kirsch in L.A. Times Calendar, 236.5.2 1964 May 17

Box 3-9

Research Files, 236.6 1933-1985

creator: Walter, Mildred

Scope and contents

This series contains Walter’s research files on topics such as anthropology, clothing, clippings of Mildred and Keamer Walter’s appearances and involvement in dance, cross-stitch patterns, dance, instructions for dances, music, Aztec and Mayan history and culture, Mexican history and culture, and Mexican culture in the United States. Folders may contain books, drawings, magazines, newsletters, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, notes, photographs, and sheet music. This series also contains photocopies of "Introduction to Classical Nahuatl" and workbook by J. Richard Andrews. The workbook contains Walter’s annotations.
Box 3

Arts and Religion of Huichol Indians, Interpretation of Yarn Painting by Guadalupe G. Rios 236.6.1

Box 9

"Fair of Teziutlan" article published in Asi Es Puebla, 236.6.2 1954 September 1

Box 3

"Mexico Today" supplement, published in Atlantic. 236.6.3 1964 March

Box 3

AZTECS OF MEXICO. George Vaillant. Revised edition by Suzanna Vaillant, 236.6.4 1966

Box 3

CHAPA. California Heritage and Pageantry Association. Programs presentations 10113, 1113, 1962 (2), 236.6.5 1962 June 2

Box 3

CANTOS DE INDIGENAS DE MEXICO. Instituto Nacional Indigenista, 236.6.6 1951

Box 3

"Charrerias" (Ranch Fiesta) instructions for dance Tepatitlan, Jalisco. 236.6.7

Box 3

Costumes and Clothing files 236.6.8

Scope and contents

Newspaper clippings of festival Charro and costumes of Guatemala.
Box 3

Cross stitch pattern books of Mexico 236.6.9

Physical Description: 2.0 books
Box 3

Dance in Mexico 236.6.10

Scope and Contents note

Includes programs and clippings regarding Summer School classes and notes for Jarabe Patena by Mrs. Walter, Inauguracion of Plaza de Danza, Oaxaca.
Box 3

Festivals 236.6.11

Scope and contents

Includes clippings on United States folk dance and art festivals.
Box 3

DINERS CLUB MAGAZINE. Various attractions in Mexico, 236.6.12 1960 June

Box 3

Early Spanish California folk songs sheet music 236.6.13

Scope and contents

Yo No Se Si Me Quieres; Serenata; Nadie Me Quiere; Carmela; Un Pajarito; La Cumparisita.
Box 3

EL IMPARCIAL. New tomb at Monte Alban and demonstrations against archaeologists at Zaachila, 236.6.14 1953 February 11, 18

Box 3

EL PUEBLO. Ruiz Cortines' arrival. 236.6.15 1952 January 27

Box 3

Enciclopediade Arte - EL ARTE DE LAS MUTILACIONES DENTARIAS. 236.6.16

Box 4

ESTA SEMANA THIS V/EEK [sic ?] June and September. Issues of things to do in Mexico. 236.6.17 1962-1965

Box 4

ETUDE. Incomplete article on "Mexico's Significance in Present Day Music." 236.6.18 1936 February

Box 4

EXCELSIOR. Ruins at Monte Alban and El Caso de Los White. 236.6.19 1952 May 4

Box 4

Vaillant, Geo. "History of the Valley of Mexico". American Museum of Natural History. 236.6.20 1946

Box 9

HOLIDAY. Mexico modern lifestyles, ancient dances, bullfighting, muralists, etc. 236.6.21 1947 March

Box 4

"Ibero-Indian Countries" Yearbook of Education, London. 236.6.22 1949

Scope and Contents note

Discussion of European influence on native peoples and what can be done to assist them in the 20th century world.
Box 9

Indian in Native Costume. 236.6.23

Scope and Contents note

Mounted color photo from Gertrude Blom
Box 4

Instituto Nacional Indigenista. Description of Institute and its purpose and El Bosque 236.6.24

Box 4

Instructions for Dances 236.6.25

Physical Description: 24.0 dance instructions

Scope and contents

La Bamba de Vera Cruz; La Zandunga; Chihuahua; Marriage Dance; Danza de Los Negros, a total of 24 dances.
Box 4

Introduction to Classical Nahuatl Workbook 236.6.26

Box 4

"Introduction to Classical Nahuatl." 236.6.27

Box 5

"Introduction to Classical Nahuatl." 236.6.28

Box 9

LA LIDIA - Revista Grafica Taurina. Salute to leading bullfighters. 236.6.29 1944 September 8

Box 5

LA PRENSA. Lima, Peru, 236.6.30 1966 March 6

Scope and contents

Senator Robert Kennedy "adopts" poor boy with donations of food and clothing.
Box 5

LA VOZ LIBRE. Publications for Cubans, 236.6.31 1985 March 8

Scope and contents

Articles on earthquake in Chile, human rights violations in Afghanistan, etc.
Box 5

Labor Publications - "El Obrero" 1968 April; "Welcome to the ORITICFTU College" 1967 August. Labor. 236.6.32 1967 August, 1968 April

Box 5

Iturribaria, Jorge F. "LAS VIEJAS CULTURAS DE OAXACA". 236.6.33 1952

Box 5

Faith, flowers, and fiestas, 236.6.34 1962

Scope and contents

"The Yaqui Indian Year" 1962; "Traditional Fiestas" by Alfonso Junco; newspaper clippings of Danza del Venadito, Christ's Passion Ixtapalapa, etc.
Box 5

LET'S DANCE Magazine, 236.6.35 1950-1956

Scope and contents

1951 April Tips on Making Mexican Costumes; 1951 January La Canacuas Fiesta, Michoacan; 1956 September La Chilena Dance and costumes of Oaxaca and Lake Patzcuaro.
Box 9

LIFE Magazine, 236.6.36 1946

Scope and Contents note

spread on history and current lifestyles of the Maya (oversized box number 4)
Box 5

L.A. County Art Museum publication. Japanese Sculpture. 236.6.37

Box 9

Los Angeles Herald-Examiner and its attractions 236.6.38 1964 October 25

General note

Western Arilines ad regarding Mexico. (oversize box number 4)
Box 9

Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. "Pictorial Living", "A New Look at Mexico". 236.6.39 1959 September 20

General note

oversize box number 4
Box 9

Los Angeles Times. Home section. "Mexican Food and Drink", "Fashions, Food and Furnishings from Mexico" 236.6.40 1961 July 16 and 1964 January 19

General note

oversize box number 4
Box 9

Maurois, Andre. "What I Like About America," Los Angeles Times, This Week section. and "Ballet Folkorico". 236.6.41 1959 December 27 and 1963 December 28

General note

oversize box number 4
Box 9

"West" Mexican-American California "Leadership Crisis". Los Angeles Times. 236.6.42 1966 September 25

General note

oversize box number 4
Box 5

Payon, Jose Garcia. "Los Monumentos Arqueologicosde Malinalco" (State of Mexico). 236.6.43 1947

Box 5

"Viva Mexico". Lyric International Foundation. 236.6.44

General Physical Description note: programs, 2 copies
Box 5

Mas Grafica 236.6.45 1965 February

Scope and Contents note

English/Spanish monthly published in Los Angeles feature article Ballet Folklorico
Box 5

Gallenkamp, Charles. "Maya". 236.6.46 1962 February

Box 5

Maya, 236.6.47 1933-1974

Scope and contents

This folder includes pamphlets for Maya expeditions and tours to Mexico and Central America with color reproductions of section frescoes at Bonampak Chiapas,1973 December - 1974 March; a clipping of "Road to Palenque" article by James F. Clements, "Westways," 1964 April; and the monograph "Story of the Maya" by Margaret Ford Allen and Wayne Colvin from the series "A Century of Progress Wonder Library."
Box 6

Mexican Art and Life 236.6.48 1939 January

Scope and Contents note

Feather mosaics, Colonial Painting, engraving in Mexico, Borda Gardens, La China Poblana, etc.
Box 6

Mexican Dances (mostly from Ross and Gladys H.) 236.6.49

Scope and Contents note

Includes Inspiration, Tango Cholin, Cielito Lindo, Las Altenitas, Dream Tango, La Raspa, El Molino, El Periquito, etc.
Box 6

Marquez, Luis and Fernandez, Justino. Mexican Folklore. 236.6.50

General Physical Description note: 100 photos, text, duplicator copy
Box 6

Mexican humor. 236.6.51 1966 April 27

Scope and Contents note

cartoon clipping and JAJA, weekly humor or magazine.
Box 6

Mexican Life 236.6.52 1960 October and 1964 January

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Blom and the Lancandons, articles on economics, history and places of interest. 1964 January issue contains miscellaneous articles and fiction.
Box 6

Mexico. Published by Tourist Department 236.6.53 1941 July

Scope and Contents note

contains photos and text National Palace, Chapultepec, Tepeyac.
Box 6

Mexico City Collegian. 236.6.54 1953 March 18 and February lg.

Scope and Contents note

Excavations at Monte Alban and Zaachila.
Box 6

Mexico En El Arte. Published by Instituto Bellas Artes 236.6.55 1950

Scope and Contents note

contains illustrations and text pre-Columbian art, toys of Tehuantepec, Mayas, etc.
Box 6

"Mexico's Most Rewarding Archeological Sites-Adventure to Yaxchilan, Manuel Hurtado; Tula, Teotihuacan, Monte Alban, Mitla, etc. Sunset. 236.6.56 1985 November

Box 6

Mexico This Month Dividends (previews)- Carnivals, 1961 February; Fiestas (2) 1961 June; Legend of Cuauhtemoc, Grape Festival, Fiestas, 1961 August; Day of the Dead, Bullfight season, 1961 October; Holy Week, Passion Play in Ixtapalapa, 1962 April. 236.6.57 1961 February, 1961 June, 1961 August, 1961 October, 1962 April

Box 6

Miscellaneous Clippings, 236.6.58 1960-1979

Scope and contents

Pre-Columbian subjects-illustration of Aztec Calendar; "Early Sedentary Economy in the Basin of Mexico". Science. 1979 January; "The Pecked Cross in Ancient Mesoamerica". Science. 1978 October; "Figures of Laughing People of Remojadas". Time. 1960 June 20; Juan O'Gorman murl of Cuauhtemoc at Posada de la Mission, etc.
Box 6

Miscellaneous Clippings, 236.6.59 1965-1982

Scope and contents

List of books on Mexican pottery and pre-Columbian costumes. Los Angeles Times. 1982 January; Studen Anti-Government demonstrations in Mexico City. Los Angeles Times. 1968 August 18; Witches practicing in Mexico City. Los Angeles Times. Year unknown February 21; Porter, Katherine Anne. "A Country and Some People I Love". Harper's Magazine. 1965 September.
Box 6

Mitakua. Tarascan Publication. 236.6.60 1950 April, July and 1952 April

Box 6

Museo De La Cultura Huasteca. Official guide Tamaulipas 236.6.61 1959 December

Box 6

Museo Nacional de Antropologica. 236.6.62

Scope and Contents note

Calendar depicting history; publication discussing art forms such as pottery, dance, painting, architecture, etc. from pre-Columbian era.
Box 6

Music for Traditional Mexican Dances number 1. Himno al Maiz, Corrida de la Alfabetzaction, Los Viejitos, La Mesticita, etc. 236.6.63

Box 6

Music for Traditional Mexican Dances number 2. Canciones Islenas del Lago Patzcuaro, Tengo un Amor, Cuando Vengas a Michoacan, etc. 236.6.64

Box 6

Music for Traditional Mexican Dances number 3. Adios, Adios, Amores (recorded and translated by Charles Lummis), Spanish/English "Night Before Christmas", Corrida de Uruapan, Deja Que Te ame, Jarabe Michoacana, etc. 236.6.65

Box 7

Na Bolom Newsletter. Recounts the activities and accomplishments a Na Bolom 236.6.66 1916, 1984, 1986-1987

Box 7

National Geographic. Roberts, Frank. "In the Empire of the Aztecs". Smithsonian Institute.; Allen, Arthur A. "Voices of Vanishing Birds". 236.6.67

Box 7

National Geographic. Morley, Sylvanus G. "Unearthing America's Ancient History". 1931 July.; "Modern Progress and Age-Old Glamour in Mexico". 1934 December.; Bevan, Bernard. "Travels with a Donkey in Mexico". 1934 December. 236.6.68 1931 July and 1934 December

Box 7

National Geographic. Stirling, Matthew W. "On the Trail of La Venta Man". 1947 February; Simpich, Frederick. "Vignettes of Guadalajara". 236.6.69 1947 February

Box 7

National Geographic. Stirling, Matthew W. "Expedition Unearths Buried Masterpieces of Carved Jade Vera Cruz". 1941 September; Stirling, Marion. "Jungle Housekeeping for a Geographic Expedition"; Bailey, Alfred M. "Cruise of the Knikajou"; "Birds and Beasts of Mexico's Desert Islands"; Morley, Sylvanus G. "Yucatan, Home of the Gifted Maya". 1936 November; Hurtado, Dr. Eusebio. "Return to the Sacred Cenote". 1961. 236.6.70 1941 September, 1936 November, 1961

Box 7

Natural History. Chamula Culture "Funeral Ritual" and "A Chamula Life". 236.6.71 1968 January

Box 7

Natural History. Lees, Susan H. "Oaxaca's Spiraling Race for Water". 236.6.72 1975 April

Box 7

New Mexico Magazine 236.6.73 1983 May

Box 9

"Business and Travel in Mexico". Ad Supplement. New York Times. 236.6.74 1962 February 18

General note

oversize box number 4
Box 7

Novedades. 236.6.75 1952 March 23

Scope and Contents note

Section devoted to paintings by Orozco, Rivera, Reyes Meza, Tomayo on subject of Christ's Passion
Box 7

Now in Mexico. Chapultepec Castle and Park. 236.6.76 1965 February 6

Box 7

Nuevo Diario de Oaxaca. Wecome to Ruiz Cortines 236.6.77 1952 January 29

Box 7

Pacific Discovery. Doss-Weavers, Margot P. "House of Weavers" 236.6.78 1981 October

General note

weavers in Chiapas
Box 7

Pageant of the Pacific. Murals of Miguel Covarrubias at Pacific House Golden Gate Exposition. 236.6.79 1940

Box 7

Miscellaneous Photographs. 236.6.80

Physical Description: 13.0 photos

Scope and Contents note

Huichol Indians, unidentified Monument, diorama still of Otomi life, students in library, Janitzio in take Patzcuaro, delegates from Bolivia.
Box 7

Pictorial Mexico. Photos of vaious aspects of Mexico, i.e. churches, antiquities, etc. 236.6.81

Box 7

Prensa Libre. Christmas Issue. 236.6.82 1960 December 20

Box 7

Programs, Ads, and Miscellaneous. 236.6.83

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Caldwell's syrup; 1st Music Festival Pablo Casals; program of lectures by Keamer and Mildred Walter; lectures on Art History by Nicholas Hellmuth; solicitation for persons to tour primitive Mexico.
Box 9

Woodcuts by Rafael G 236.6.84

Physical Description: 7.0 woodcuts

General note

oversize box number 4
Box 7

Rare Balsa Cane Boat. LA Times presentation to Dr. Hodge of a copy made by the Indians. 236.6.85 1955 January 17

Box 7

Regional Museum Oaxaca. English translation of guide to exhibits by David Lopez Castillo. 236.6.86 1950

Box 7

Southern California Auto Club. "Mexico by Motor". 1958-1959; Report of condition on Inter-American Highway. 1963 February 236.6.87 1958-1959 and 1963 February

Box 8

Southwest Museum Papers. Corsley, Donald and Dorothy. "Costumes and Textiles of Aztec Indians"; calendar of events. 236.6.88

Box 8

"The New Tijuana". Sunset Magazine. 236.6.89 1983 February

Box 8

"Tagambaro y Su Escuela Secundaria Federal". Historical and present day Tagambaro. 236.6.90 1942 January

Box 8

Lewis, Oscar. "Tepoztlan: Village in Mexico". 236.6.91

Box 9

TODO. Henry Wallace in Mexico, Current Fashions, etc. 1940 December 5; 17th Anniversary Issue. 1950 July 13; Cover only.1946 December 21. 236.6.92 1940 December 5, 1950 July 13, 1946 December 21

Box 8

Bright, Roderic. "Toros without Tears". 236.6.93

Box 8

"Traditional Spanish Songs from Texas". Published by Music Division Pan American Union. 236.6.94 1942

Box 8

Vanity Fair. Miguel Covarrubias article. 236.6.95 1935 January

Box 8

Vista. Features "Oaxaca: City of Tradition" 236.6.96 1980-1981 Winter

Box 8

"Hispanics/Mexicans in California". Westways Magazine. 236.6.97 1979 May

Box 8

Introduction to Classical Nahuatl workbook, 236.6.98 1975

Scope and contents

This workbook contains notations by Walter.