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Series 1 Artwork

Physical Description: 17 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Series I contains many examples of Hernandez's work on several types of media, including Original Work on Paper, Sketches, Prints, linoleum Etching Blocks, and sets of Transparencies used in the printing process. Also in the series can be found Work by Others acquired by Hernandez.
 

Subseries 1.1 Original Work On Paper

Map Folder 1

Black Slippers 1974

Physical Description: pastel, 44cm x 28cm, mounted on posterboard, 62cm x 46cm
Map Folder 1

Frida's Death Mask 1979

Physical Description: pastel, 46cm x 61cm
Map Folder 1

Abuelita, a study 1980

Physical Description: pastel, 61cm x 46cm
Map Folder 1

Irene 1976

Physical Description: pastel, 46cm x 61cm
Map Folder 2

The Beating of Dolores Huerta by the San Francisco Police 1988

Physical Description: charcoal on pastel paper, 71cm x 55cm
Map Folder 2

The Ferris Wheel Ride 1991

Physical Description: charcoal on pastel paper, 71cm x 55cm
Map Folder 2

Juntos al Futuro 1991

Physical Description: pastel, 76cm x 51cm
Map Folder 2

Dia De Los Muertos - Janitzio, Michoacan, a study 1990

Physical Description: conte crayon on paper, 57.5cm x 77cm
Map Folder 3

Portrait of Renee - Russian River Water Colors, 1 of 3 1988

Physical Description: graphite and watercolor study, 26cm x 18cm
Map Folder 3

Portrait Seated - Russian River Water Colors, 2 of 3 1988

Physical Description: graphite and watercolor study, 26cm x 18cm
Map Folder 3

The Crow - Russian River Water Colors, 3 of 3 1988

Physical Description: graphite and watercolor study, 26cm x 18cm
Map Folder 3

Self-portrait - Berkeley 1977

Physical Description: ink on Japanese paper, 31cm x 23.5cm
Map Folder 3

Dona Maria Buen Rostro - Oakland, CA 1986

Physical Description: graphite on paper, 45cm x 38
Map Folder 3

La Ofrenda I 1988

Physical Description: pencil sketch including notes on color separation, 36cm x 28cm
Map Folder 3

La Ofrenda I 1988

Physical Description: original water color study for screen print, 38cm x 28.5cm
Map Folder 3

La Ofrenda I 1988

Physical Description: water color study, 43cm x 28cm
Map Folder 3

California Special 1988

Physical Description: original water color study, 66cm x 51cm
Map Folder 4

Dona Maria - La Curandera 1985

Physical Description: conte crayon on paper, 63cm x 48cm
Map Folder 4

Dona Maria Buen Rostro 1985

Physical Description: graphite on paper, 63cm x 48cm
Map Folder 4

Greetings From Sunny California II 1994

Physical Description: mono-screenprint, 66cm x 50.5cm
Map Folder 5

Gracias a la Vida 1992

Physical Description: water color on paper, 33cm x 76cm

Scope and Content Note

Mural proposal for Centro Latino de San Francisco, color layout and design
Map Folder 5

La Virgen de Guadalupe Recibiendo a Cesar Chavez 1994

Physical Description: china marker study, 58.5cm x 76cm
Map Folder 5

The Mastectomy I 1993

Physical Description: acrylic on paper, 76cm x 55cm
Map Folder 5

The Mastectomy II 1993

Physical Description: acrylic on paper, 76cm x 55cm
Map Folder 5

La Virgen de Guadalupe Recibiendo a Cesar Chavez - a study 1995

Physical Description: graphite on black German etching paper 75.5cm x 99cm
 

1.2 Miscellaneous Sketches

Flat Box 6

[11 Sketches by Ester Hernandez] n.d.

Physical Description: Pen and ink [felt tip marker?] on poster, 28cm x 35.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Series of sketches depicting: artists/artisans at work; peasants performing tasks; a mask; and Mexican cultural iconographic representations.
Flat Box 6

Miscellaneous Sketches by Ester Hernandez

Flat Box 6

Woman, Mother, Student 1975

 

1.3 Prints

Flat Box 7

Viva la Musica 1981

Physical Description: lithograph on rag, 33cm x 24cm
Flat Box 7

HIgh Rolliando 1981

Physical Description: monoprint, 33cm x 24cm
Flat Box 7

Medito 1976

Physical Description: etching, artist's proof, 32cm x 24cm
Flat Box 7

la Virgen de Guadalupe Defendiendo Los Derechos de Los Xicanos 1976

Physical Description: block print, 32cm x 24cm
Flat Box 7

Lydia Mendoza 1986

Physical Description: mixed media print; transfer, embossment, monoprint, 28.5cm x 38cm
Flat Box 7

The Nightmare 1988

Physical Description: monoprint, 38cm x 48cm
Flat Box 7

El Diablo 1985

Physical Description: monoprint, 38cm x 48cm
Flat Box 7

Amiga 1985

Physical Description: aquatint etching, 30.5cm x 40cm
Flat Box 7

Soldier Boys ca. 1980

Physical Description: color xerox collage, 1 of 5, 43cm x 28cm
Flat Box 7

Amor Bonito[?] ca. 1980

Physical Description: color xerox collage, 2 of 5, 43cm x 28cm
Flat Box 7

Sisters - The Grapefields ca. 1938[?] ca. 1980

Physical Description: color xerox collage, 3 of 5, 43cm x 28cm
Flat Box 7

Musical Dreams[?] ca. 1980

Physical Description: color xerox collage, 4 of 5, 43cm x 28cm
Flat Box 7

Sisters - The Cottonfields ca. 1938 ca. 1980

Physical Description: color xerox collage, 5 of 5, 43cm x 28cm
Map Folder 7

Paul Revere On His Mustang 1976

Physical Description: print[?], artist's proof, 29.5cm x 45cm
Map Folder 8

Yo y Pride 1985

Physical Description: print[?], 2/5, 38cm x 56.5cm
Map Folder 8

Dia de los Muertos Xicanas 1983

Physical Description: etching, artist's print, 37.5cm x 56.5
Map Folder 8

Never On Sunday 1980

Physical Description: aquatint, 1/3, 42.5cm x 55cm
Map Folder 8

Eagle Print I 1985

Physical Description: mixed media, 75.5cm x 56.5cm
Map Folder 8

Frida y Yo 1998

Physical Description: lithograph, 70/100, 56.5cm x 76cm
Map Folder 9

Corazon II 1986

Physical Description: collograph embossment, 55cm x 76cm
Map Folder 9

Dance of the Eagle Spirit 1985

Physical Description: mixed media, artist's proof, 72.5cm x 53.5cm
Map Folder 9

Border Bruja 1994

Physical Description: ghost monoprint, 2/2, 66cm x 51cm
Map Folder 9

Madonna Moderna 1994

Physical Description: mono screenprint, 51cm x 66cm
Map Folder 9

La Piscadora 1989

Physical Description: mono screenprint with pastels and medium, 76cm x 56cm
Flat Box 10

Sun Mad 1982

Physical Description: print 10/100, 56cm x 43cm
Flat Box 10

Xicana-India 1973

Physical Description: print, 57cm x 45cm

Scope and Content Note

First screen-print by Ester Hernandez
Flat Box 10

Tejido de los Desaparecidos (Weaving of the Disappeared) 1984

Physical Description: print 20/41, second printing, 45.5cm x 60cm
Flat Box 10

Tejido de los Desaparecidos (Weaving of the Disappeared) 1984

Physical Description: print 84/100, first printing, 43cm x 56cm
Flat Box 10

Liberdad 1976

Physical Description: print 13/50, 43cm x 56cm

Scope and Content Note

Original print was an etching
Flat Box 10

La Llorna 1982

Physical Description: print 77/100, 56cm x 43cm
Map Folder 11

From the Arawak Indians to Norma Jean Croy 1992

Physical Description: print, 66cm x 50.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Work signed by Ester Hernandez and Norma Jean Croy
Map Folder 11

Homenaje a Cesar Chavez 1993

Physical Description: print #74/101, 56cm x 76cm
Map Folder 11

California Special 1988

Physical Description: print #4/74, 66cm x 51cm
Map Folder 11

El Tacon de Astrid 1995

Physical Description: print #34/61, 56cm x 76cm
Map Folder 12

Heroes and Saints 1992

Physical Description: print , 59cm x 76.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Worked signed by Ester Hernandez and Cherrie Moraga
Map Folder 12

Luna Llena / Full Moon 1990

Physical Description: print #33/100 , 76.5cm x 56cm
Map Folder 12

Mis Madres 1990

Physical Description: print #12/86 , 76.5cm x 59cm
Map Folder 12

Lydia Mendoza Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, 1937 1987

Physical Description: print #4/89 , 58.5cm x 76.5cm
Map Folder 12

La Ofrenda II 1990

Physical Description: print #4/84 , 76.5cm x 56cm
Map Folder 13

La Ofrenda 1988

Physical Description: print #1/62, 95cm x 63.5cm
Map Folder 13

Cosmic Cruise 1990

Physical Description: print #1/6, artist's proof, 96cm x 65.5cm
Map Folder 13

If This Is Death, I Like It 1991

Physical Description: print #69/70, artist's proof, 88cm x 71cm
Map Folder 14

Indito n.d.

Physical Description: print #6/25, 40.5cm x 33cm
Map Folder 14

Contra Vida n.d.

Physical Description: monoprint, chine colle, 76cm x 57cm
Map Folder 14

La Xicana '89 1989

Physical Description: 56.5cm x 76cm
Map Folder 14

Her Cry Was Heard Throughout the World (Mother Afrika) 1986

Physical Description: monoprint, chine colle, 75cm x 57cm
Map Folder 14

Encuentros 1996[?]

Physical Description: offset lithograph color proofs, 76cm x 55.5cm

Scope and Content Note

6 individual prints of increasing color intensity; 1 print listed as missing by appraiser.
Map Folder 15

Indigena 1996

Physical Description: offset lithograph, #75/80 76cm x 55cm
Map Folder 15

American Bisontennial 1976

Physical Description: aquatint embossment, artist's proofs, 68cm x 58cm

Scope and Content Note

4 versions, varying color tints, orientations
Map Folder 15

Border Flower 1994

Physical Description: pastel screenprint, 50.5cm x 66cm
Map Folder 15

State of California 1994

Physical Description: monoscreenprint, 50.5cm x 66cm
 

1.4 Etching Blocks

Flat Box 16

La Virgen de Guadalupe Defendiendo los Derechos de los Xicanas

Physical Description: Etching plate covered with asphaltum
Flat Box 16

Liberdad

Physical Description: Etching plate covered with asphaltum
Flat Box 16

Liberdad

Physical Description: Linoleum etching block
 

1.5 Transparencies

Map Folder 17

Tejido de los Desaparecidos (Weaving of the Disappeared) 1984

Physical Description: posterboard, 76cm x 81cm; transparency, 80cm x 81cm

Scope and Content Note

Printed images pasted to posterboard, single transparency overlay (negative)
Map Folder 18

If This Is Death, I Like It 1984

Physical Description: sketch paper, 101.5cm x 71cm; transparencies, 114.5cm x 71cm

Scope and Content Note

Original sketch on paper, with a series of 12 transparencies making up the final screenprint.
Map Folder 19

Indigena 1996

Physical Description: transparencies, 63cm x 91cm

Scope and Content Note

A series of 3 transparencies.
Map Folder 19

Study - "La Virgen de Guadalupe Recibiando a Cesar Chavez" January, 1995

Physical Description: color sketch on paper, 59cm x 74cm; transparency, 58.5cm x 75cm
Map Folder 20

Poster - Viva Cesar Chavez, Commemorative Celebration, Stanford University 4/12/1997

Physical Description: graph paper layout, 57cm x 37.5cm; transparencies, 58.5cm x 75cm
Map Folder 20

Poster - From the Arawak Indians to Norma Jean Croy: Benefit Announcement 9/19/1992

Physical Description: transparencies, 67.5cm x 45.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Series of 6 transparencies.
Map Folder 20

Mis Madres 1990

Physical Description: transparencies, 69cm x 54cm

Scope and Content Note

Series of 2 transparencies.
Map Folder 21

California Special 1988

Physical Description: transparencies, 65.5cm x 50cm

Scope and Content Note

Series of 6 transparencies.
Map Folder 22

La Ofrenda II 1990

Physical Description: vellum sketch, 75.5cm x 55.5cm transparencies, 79cm x 57cm

Scope and Content Note

Set of 8 transparencies, 1 vellum sketch
Map Folder 22

La Ofrenda I pencil on posterboard, 86cm x 60cm

Map Folder 23

Homenaje a Cesar Chavez 1993

Physical Description: transparencies, 57cm x 80cm

Scope and Content Note

Set of 4 transparencies
Map Folder 23

Luna Llena / Full Moon 1990

Physical Description: sketch on vellum, 76cm x 58cm; transparencies, 77cm x 53 cm

Scope and Content Note

Set of 5 sketches and transparencies
Map Folder 24

Encuentros 1996[?]

Physical Description: transparencies, 95cm x 62.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Set of 5 transparencies
Map Folder 24

El Tacon de Astrid 1995

Physical Description: transparencies, 63.5cm x 80cm

Scope and Content Note

Set of 9 transparencies
Map Folder 25

The Cosmic Cruise 1989

Physical Description: small transparencies, 43cm x 56cm; large transparencies, 96cm x 64cm;sketch, 58.5cm x 76cm

Scope and Content Note

Set of 15 transparencies and sketches
Tube 26

Galeria de la Raza Exhibition Poster: Sun Mad Raisin featured image 1995[?]

Physical Description: clear plastic covered poster, 172.5cm x 120.5cm

Scope and Content Note

25th Anniversary Show, Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco: Sept. 12 through Dec. 10, 1995[?]
 

1.6 Prints and Work by Others

Flat Box 27

Return of the Short-handled Hoe: Emmanuel Montoya October, 1981

Physical Description: #7/10, 38cm x 28.5cm
Flat Box 27

Este no lo es menos: Enrique Uragoya[sp?] 1988

Physical Description: #9/40, 37cm x 31.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed: "Para Ester"
Flat Box 27

Don Juan's Retreat: Ralph Maradiaga 1973

Physical Description: Artist's proof #1, 28cm x 35cm
Flat Box 27

Hombre de la Montanas: Ralph Maradiaga 1973[?]

Physical Description: Artist's proof #2, 36cm x 27cm
Flat Box 27

[Unidentified]: Ralph Maradiaga 1980[?]

Physical Description: #1/7, 38cm x 28.5cm
Flat Box 27

Hombre: Ralph Maradiaga 1980

Physical Description: #3/5, 38cm x 56cm
Flat Box 27

[Unidentied]: [Unknown] n.d.

Physical Description: linoleum block print, 41cm x 55cm

Scope and Content Note

Positve and negative images, side by side; black on grey, three children, female holding an owl
Flat Box 27

ojo de los dioses: Irene Perez March, 1974

Physical Description: #4/25, 57cm x 46cm

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed: "para mi india Estercita..."
Flat Box 27

La Yaqui: Irene Perez May, 1974

Physical Description: #10/11, 57cm x 46cm
Flat Box 27

[Unidentified portrait]: Patricia Rodriguez n.d

Physical Description: 61cm x 45cm
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: enero, by Robert Werner Bonilla 1975

Physical Description: #50/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: marzo, by Graciela Carillo 1975

Physical Description: #35/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: abril, by Juan Fuentes 1975

Physical Description: #77/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: mayo, by Irene Perez December, 1974

Physical Description: #115/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Subtitled: "Huicholes - Alumbrando el pensamiento del Hombre"
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: junio, by Roger T.[?] Reyes 1975[?]

Physical Description: #50/140, 58.5cm x 44.5cm
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: July, by Unamontes[?] [1975]

Physical Description: #76/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Subtitled: "Chicano Bad"
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: agosto, by [Unidentified-Ester Hernandez?] [1975]

Physical Description: #29/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: septiembre, by Fagana[?] 1975

Physical Description: #34/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Subtitled: "Frida Kahlo"
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: octubre, by Jose Romero 1975

Physical Description: #41/133, 58.5cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Subtitled: "Maya Reina y Rey"
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: November, by Patricia Rodriguez 1975

Physical Description: #1/125, 58.5cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Subtitled: "mujer india"
Map Folder 28

Calendar Series: Diciembre, by Carlos Loarca 1975

Physical Description: #82/134, 58.5cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Subtitled: "Qui Balam"
Map Folder 28

A Brief History of Latin America, by Consuelo Mendez Castillo 1978

Physical Description: sengrafia[?], 66cm x 51cm

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed: "para ester con[?]"
Map Folder 28

[Unidentified], by Graciela Carillo ca. 1973

Physical Description: silkscreen, 66cm x 51cm
Map Folder 28

Irene, by Patricia Rodriguez n.d.

Physical Description: silkscreen, 1/25, 62.5cm x 48cm
Map Folder 28

Poster: Si, Se Puede! - An Evening in Solidarity with Dolores Huerte 1990[?]

Physical Description: 64cm x 44.5cm
Map Folder 28

Poster: Juchitan de las Mujeres - Graciela Iturbide/Elena Poniatowska 1986[?]

Physical Description: 86cm x 55cm

Scope and Content Note

Photograph on poster entitled: "Cuatro pescaditos"
Flat Box 29

Poster: Atelier XII, 1988: Dolores Guerrero-Cruz 1988

Physical Description: 40.5cm x 61.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Print on poster entitled: "Pero en mi cama"
Flat Box 29

Poster: You Are On Aboriginal Land 1984

Physical Description: 61cm x 46cm

Scope and Content Note

Poster production in support of Mimi Aboriginal Arts and Crafts, Australia, design by Marie McMahon
Flat Box 29

Poster: Posada - Volksprenten uit Mexico van Jose Guadalupe Posada 1852-1913 1980

Physical Description: 56cm x 38.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Tropenmuseum Amsterdam 26 september tm 18 november 1980
Flat Box 29

Poster: Homenaje A Frida Kahlo - Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24, November 2 - December 17, 1978 1980

Physical Description: silkscreen, 58.5cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

[...?] Garcia, signed as artist.
Flat Box 29

Poster: Oakland's Portrait - A mural by Daniel Galvez with Juan Karlos and Keith Sklar 1981

Physical Description: 61cm x 45.5cm

Scope and Content Note

15th St Walkway between Broadway and San Pablo, Oakland , CA
Flat Box 29

Poster: Uvas No - Sunday 23 April, 1995 1995

Physical Description: 57cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Poster contains photographs of Cesar Chavez, and street sign of Cesar Chavez Blvd., San Francisco, 3200 block.
Flat Box 29

Poster: Juchitan De Las Mujeres - Graciela Iturbide, Augut 8 - September 16, 1989 1989

Physical Description: 61cm x 46cm

Scope and Content Note

Poster contains photograph entitled: "Nuestra Senora de las Iguanas/Our Lady of the Iguanas," credited to Graciela Iturbide.
Flat Box 29

Poster: Culture and Society in Dialogue: Issues in Chicana Scholarship 1993

Physical Description: 61cm x 45.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Held May 14, 1993, UC Irvine. Poster contains print entitled: "Portrait of the Artist as the Virgen de Guadalupe," credited to Yolanda M. Lopez.
Flat Box 30

Nude: Jose Ramon 1951

Physical Description: ink drawing, 30cm x 23.5cm
Flat Box 30

[Unidentified] n.d.

Physical Description: print, #2/7, 40.5cm x 30.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Text related to skeletal figure in work reads: "Tu solo tu has llenado de luto mi vida abriendo una herida en mi corazon y por quererte olvidar"
Flat Box 30

Elvira's Funeral: Paul [...?] n.d.

Physical Description: print, #1/45, 38cm x 56cm
Flat Box 30

Guerilla...Madre...: Consuelo Mendez Castillo (overlays by Rupert Garcia); Andinos: Consuelo Mendez Castillo; Madre: Consuelo Mendez Castillo 1974-1976

Physical Description: 44.5cm x 58.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Reproductions of Castillo's work, originals are silkcreens
Flat Box 30

Jublee: Graciela [Carillo?] 1981

Physical Description: 60.5cm x 46cm

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed: "Para a Ester"
Flat Box 30

Borinqueno Lindo - John Santos: Arotija n.d.

Physical Description: mounted photograph,31cm x 24cm
Flat Box 30

Nina de Vietnam: Waldo Nilo n.d.

Physical Description: mounted photograph,50.5cm x 40.5cm
Map Folder 31

Split Image - Tijuana/Los Angeles: Patsi[?] Valdez 1987

Physical Description: #43/66, 66cm x 50.5cm
Map Folder 31

War of the Dog Soldier: Susana Santos n.d.

Physical Description: #21/96, 56cm x 76.5cm
Map Folder 31

Cocina Jaiteca: [Unidentified] 1988

Physical Description: #55/60, 56cm x 76.5cm
Map Folder 31

Camino Fargo: Yreina D. Cervantes 1985

Physical Description: screenprint, #23/88, 106.5cm x 72.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed: "Para Ester, con respeto y admiracion, siguimos[?] en nuestro camino, un abrazo fuerte. La Yreina 5/29/88"
Map Folder 31

Estrella of the Dawn: Yreina D. Cervantes and [unidentified] 1985

Physical Description: screenprint, #59/60, 106.5cm x 72.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed: "Para Ester, con respeto y admiracion, siguimos[?] en nuestro camino, un abrazo fuerte. La Yreina 5/29/88"
Map Folder 31

Some Kind of Buckaroo: Jean La Marr 1990

Physical Description: screenprint, #32/58, 66cm x 97cm
Map Folder 31

Self Portrait: Barbara Carrassco 1984

Physical Description: screenprint, artist's proof, #1/2 101.5cm x 71cm
Tube 32

I Heard the Song of My Grandmothers, by Jean La Marr n.d.

Physical Description: silk screen print, #34/67, 97cm x 127cm
 

1.7 Miscellaneous

Flat Box 33

Calendario de la Raza, 1999: Images of the Mujer 1999

Scope and Content Note

Produced by La Raza Studies Department, San Fancisco State University: Work by, and essay on Ester Hernandez appears for the month oh August.
Flat Box 33

Destiny Manifesting: September 9-November 23, 1998

Physical Description: color print, 43cm x 28cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition poster, Galeria de la Raza, SF; design attributed to Rener Moreno and Yu Hobara
Flat Box 33

Stanford University Present Flor Y Canto, featuring Astrid Hadad y Los Tarzanes

Physical Description: color print, 43cm x 28cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition poster, featuring artwork by Ester Hernandez
Flat Box 33

Arte del Otro Mexico: fuentes y siginificados 1994

Physical Description: color print, 46.5cm x 31.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition poster, Museo Regional de Santo Domingo, 11 February - March 30, 1994; featuring artwork by Ester Hernandez
Flat Box 33

Dias de los Muertos: Ancient Roots and Evolving Traditions 1998

Physical Description: color print, 46.5cm x 31.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition poster, Oakland Museum of California, October 17-November 29, 1998, featuring artwork by Terese Bravo
Flat Box 33

El Centro Chicano, MEChA, and the Stanford Concert Network present: Viva Cesar Chavez Commeroration Week 1998

Physical Description: color print, 46.5cm x 31cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition poster, designed by Ester Hernandez, typeset by Yu Hobara
Flat Box 33

El Centro Chicano and MEChA present: Viva Cesar Chavez ! Commemorative Celebration 1997

Physical Description: color print, 46.5cm x 31cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition poster, Stanford University, April12,1997; designed by Ester Hernandez, typeset by Renee Moreno
Flat Box 33

Creativity Explored of San Francisco Year 2000 Calendar 2000

Physical Description: monoprint, spiral bound, 43cm x 28cm

Scope and Content Note

Calendar featuring artwork by adults with disabilities; designed and coordinated by Ester Hernandez.
Flat Box 33

Ester Hernandez 1974

Physical Description: black and white photograph, 28.5cm x 38.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Attributed to H. Castillo.
Flat Box 33

Women Singing in the Snow: A Cultural Analysis of Chicana Literature 1995

Physical Description: book jacket enclosed in plastic

Scope and Content Note

Tey Diana Rebolledo work (University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ), featuring Ester Hernandez's print: Lydia Mendoza circa 1930
Flat Box 33

The San Francisco Bay Guardian 1989

Physical Description: proof, 45.5cm x 30.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Cover page, June 5, 1989; features photograph of Ester Hernandez, in recognition of winning Guardian Outstanding Local Discovery Award
Flat Box 33

Ester Hernandez n.d.

Physical Description: 4" x 6" photograph, mounted on posterboard

Scope and Content Note

From "Immigrant Woman's Dress" exhibit display
Flat Box 33

Immigrant Woman's Dress display placard n.d.

Physical Description: paper on posterboard, 35.5cm x 21.5cm

Scope and Content Note

From "Immigrant Woman's Dress" exhibit display; explanatory text.
Flat Box 34

Ester Hernandez in studio, Oakland, CA ca. 1979

Physical Description: photograph

Scope and Content Note

photographer unknown; print made ca. 1985
Flat Box 34

Ester Hernandez taken at Posada de Colores ca. 1978

Physical Description: photograph

Scope and Content Note

photographer unknown
Flat Box 34

Ester Hernandez ca. 1978

Physical Description: photograph

Scope and Content Note

photographer unknown
Flat Box 34

Unidentified group, taken at Posada de Colores, Oakland, CA ca. 1978

Physical Description: photograph

Scope and Content Note

photographer unknown
Flat Box 34

Ester Hernandez ca. 1974

Physical Description: photograph

Scope and Content Note

Photographer: Arotcja JiHonilro
Flat Box 34

Ester Hernandez ca. 1973

Physical Description: photograph

Scope and Content Note

Photographer: Arotcja JiHonilro
Flat Box 34

Window Installation of Ester Hernadez's exhibit, Galeria de la Raza ca. 1988

Physical Description: photograph

Scope and Content Note

photographer unknown
Map Folder 35

No on "O" : Vivia Cesar Chavez poltical sign n.d.

Physical Description: corrugated coated cardboard

Scope and Content Note

autographed and inscribed by Dolores Huerta
Map Folder 35

United Farmworkers of America banner; Keep Cesar Chavez St. Campaign button n.d.

Physical Description: Logo on red cloth, campaign button pinned to cloth, 55cm x 38cm
Map Folder 35

Cesar Chavez poster n.d.

Physical Description: posterboard, 60cm x 41cm

Scope and Content Note

Produced by Room 17, 4th grade class, Washington Elementary School, Montebello, CA
Map Folder 35

Cesar Chavez: Portrait of La Causa: Octavio Ocampo n.d.

Physical Description: color reproduction on paper, 63.5cm x 45.5cm
Map Folder 35

La Raza Centro Legal: Celebrating 22 Years of Community Power n.d.

Physical Description: color print on paper, 61cm x 40.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Features Hernandez's image: Lydia Mendoza, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, 1937
Map Folder 35

Galeria de la Raza: Calendario 1975 1975

Physical Description: color print on paper, 74/125, 59cm x 44.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Signed by Rafael Maradiaga
Map Folder 35

San Francisco [exhibition poster] 1992

Physical Description: color reproduction on paper, 59.5cm x 42cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition held at Treffpunkt Rotebuhlplatz, Stuttgart, Germany, Sept. 19 - Oct. 18, 1992; Hernandez's print La Ofrenda featured on poster (2 copies)
Map Folder 35

Tonantzin Guadalupe: exhibition folder 1998

Physical Description: color print on posterboard, 69cm x 47.5cm

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition held at El Centro Morelense de Las Artes, El Instituto de Cultura de Morelos, Mexico; image of the Virgin attributed to Rene F{...?].
Map Folder 35

New Horizons: Economic Strength and Educational Excellence: poster 1991

Physical Description: color reproduction on paper, 48.5cm x 61cm

Scope and Content Note

Produced by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Inc., for the National Hispanic Heritage Month, 1991; Hernandez's Juntos al Futuro featured image.
Map Folder 35

Viva Dolores Huerta: 65th Birthday Celebration 1995

Physical Description: color print on paper, 68.5cm x 50.5cm, 5/100

Scope and Content Note

Poster produced for celebration held April 29, 1995 at the Delancey Street Foundation, SF. Image attributed to Rupert [?] Garcia; autographed and inscribed by Dolores Huerta.
Flat Box 36

Flour bag, used as prop for "California Special"[?] n.d.

 

Series 2 Personal Writings, Projects

Physical Description: .5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

In Series 2, typed manuscripts and drafts of essays, course outlines, and addresses given by Hernandez are found, along with photographs, slides, and negatives of projects that Hernandez was involved with.
Box 37, Folder 1

Cuando Llegaron Los Flying Saucers/When the Flying Saucers Landed

Box 37, Folder 2

La Pisca/the Harvest (unpublished)

Box 37, Folder 3

Luis Cervantez: Talking About Chicano Zootsuiters

Box 37, Folder 4

A Pachuco's Perspective of the 1940's; includes interview with Ramon (Zala) Nevel

Box 37, Folder 5

Mexican Arts and Crafts: A Curriculum Guide for Teachers

Box 37, Folder 6

NALAC(National Association of Latin Artists) Keynote Address: An Artist's Perspective

Box 37, Folder 7

Lydia Mendoza: La Medrina

Box 37, Folder 8

Lydia Mendoza and Astrid Hadid: lecture at Stanford, 9/10/1998

Box 37, Folder 9

Tres Flores: Lydia Mendoza, Astrid Hadad, and Selena, lecture at Stanford, 5/2/99 [Mac 3.5" disk]

Box 37, Folder 10

Teaching Art to the Disabled: lecture series excerpts, Japan, 1/99

Box 37, Folder 11

Copyright registrations

Box 37, Folder 12

The Holy Tree, Watsonville, CA, Summer, 1992

Box 37, Folder 13

Immigrant Woman's Dress

Box 37, Folder 14

Postcard Artwork

Box 37, Folder 15

Writings - unpublished/unedited

 

Series 3 Personal Papers

Physical Description: 5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

The material in Series 3, Subseries: General, covers nearly thirty years of Hernandez's career, from her student days at UC-Berkeley in the early 1970s through art exhibits and academic conferences in the late 1990s. Included are exhibit catalogs and announcements, news articles, flyers, grant proposals and applications, conference announcements, etc., all of which either mention Hernandez as a participant or feature her artwork. The two remaining subseries, Family and School Yearbooks contain information, correspondence and photographs of Hernandez's family, and yearbooks from junior high school through junior college.
 

Subseries 3.1 General

Box 37, Folder 16

Miscellaneous, 1970s

Box 37, Folder 17

La Razon Mestiza II, Special Edition 1976

Box 37, Folder 18

Bibliography of Writings on La Mujer: UC Chicano Studies Library, Berkeley 1976

Box 37, Folder 19

Mexican Museum Newsletter, re: Ester's grant for "Alternatives in Education" - Aztlan Cultural sponsoring organization 1976

Box 37, Folder 20

Chisme Arte, magazine, La Mujer Special Issue [2 copies] 1977

Box 37, Folder 21

El Fuego de Aztlan, Calenderio, UC Berkeley [vol.1, #2] 1977

Box 38, Folder 1

Fuego de Aztlan, vol.1, #3 [May, 1977], art and writings by Ester

Box 38, Folder 2

La Raza Law Students de California - Info Brochure, UC Berkeley, 1977-1978 [2 copies]

Box 38, Folder 3

California Arts Council: Ester's Residency 1978

Box 38, Folder 4

La Razon Mestiza II, Special Edition, Census 1980

Box 38, Folder 5

Decontaminating Amerika: The Art of Ester Hernandez, in Revista literaria de El Tecolote, SF, CA 1982

Box 38, Folder 6

Intertribal Friendship House, Oakland, CA: mural with Jean LaMarr 1983

Box 38, Folder 7

Intertribal Friendship House, Oakland, CA: mural with Jean LaMarr 1983

Box 38, Folder 8

Personal Reflections: Masks by Chicano and Native American Artists in CA, La Raza Bookstore, Sacramento, CA, 1983

Box 38, Folder 9

La Raza Graphics - Silkscreen Project - Mujeres 1986

Box 38, Folder 10

The Mural Project, SF Art Institute 1986

Box 38, Folder 11

1st Festival Internacional de la Raza, Centro Cutural Tijuana, MX, curator Felipe Ehrenberg 1986

Box 38, Folder 12

Hispanic Link Weekly Report, Washington D.C. 1984

Box 38, Folder 13

Artistas Indigenas, Austin, TX 1984

Scope and Content Note

Marsha Gomez: visiual director, exhibitor
Box 38, Folder 14

El Tecolate, San Francisco, CA, Sept-Oct 1984

Scope and Content Note

[Ester's Weaving of the Disappeared on first page of supplement]
Box 38, Folder 15

Miscellaneous correspondence, brochures, flyers, newspapers, etc.

Box 38, Folder 16

The Women Artists Slide Library - International Women's Day, Battersea Arts Centre, London, England 1985

Box 38, Folder 17

South and Central American Information Center (SAIIC), Oakland, CA, publications 1980s

Box 38, Folder 18

Cinco de Mayo - A Case of Identity, Oakland Tribune ca. 1986

Box 38, Folder 19

Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) - Annual Report 1986

Box 38, Folder 20

Artistas Mexicano-Americanos de San Francisco. California, Exposicion Catalog 1987

Box 39, Folder 1

La Nueva ley de Immigracion 1987

Box 39, Folder 2

La Ventana, Sonoma County's Hispanic Newsletter - Interview with Ester 1987

Box 39, Folder 3

The Goldie's Award - SF Bay Guardian, San Francisco, CA 1989

Box 39, Folder 4

Centro de Bellas Artes Galeria, Imagenes de Mujeres, Fresno, CA 1989

Box 39, Folder 5

Suplemento Gaceta - Las Mujeres Chicanas Quermos Abrir Las Puertas Para Comunicar con Los Mexicanas, Mexico, FD, article by Cecelia Burciaga 1989

Box 39, Folder 6

1990 Art Activities

Box 39, Folder 7

1991 Art Activities

Box 39, Folder 8

1992 Miscellaneous Activities

Box 39, Folder 9

1992 Miscellaneous Papers; Reviews of Ester's work and other artists, 1994.

Box 39, Folder 10

Harassment case, 1992

Box 39, Folder 11

Richard Schultz - infringement problem 1993

Box 39, Folder 12

Miscellaneous activities, 1993

Box 39, Folder 13

Miscellaneous activities, 1994 [1 of 2]

Box 40, Folder 1

Miscellaneous activities, 1994 [2 of 2]

Box 40, Folder 2

Miscellaneous art activities, 1995

Box 40, Folder 3

1996 art activities

Box 40, Folder 4

1997 art activities

Box 40, Folder 5

1998 activities

Box 40, Folder 6

Alma Corazon y Vida; Roma, Italia, 1991

Box 40, Folder 7

Artistas Chicanas - Symposium - Uc Santa Barbara, CA 1991

Box 40, Folder 8

The Black Madonna Exhibit - Poland 1991

Box 40, Folder 9

Cine Accion 5th Annual Cine Latino - Sun Mad - The Movie

Box 40, Folder 10

Celebration of Craftswomen - 1997

Box 40, Folder 11

Centro - latino Mural, SF, CA 1991

Box 40, Folder 12

Congresssional Hispanic Caucus Poster - 1991

Box 40, Folder 13

Dos Decados de Artistas Chicanas - UC Santa Barbara, 1994

Box 41, Folder 1

The Fight in the Fields - Cesar Chavez and the Farmworkers' Struggle, film, 1994

Box 41, Folder 2

International Women's Day, La Pena, Austin, TX, 1990

Box 41, Folder 3

Intimate Lives - Women and Their Work, Austin, TX, 1995

Box 41, Folder 4

Mujer: Palabras y Visiones, La Pena, Austin, TX , 1992 - International Women's Day

Box 41, Folder 5

NACCS [National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies] Sacramento, CA 1997

Box 41, Folder 6

NALAC [National Association of Latino Arts and Culture] 1992 - keynote speech

Box 41, Folder 7

NALAC [National Association of Latino Arts and Culture] 1995

Box 41, Folder 8

Open Studio: Ester with Juan Fuentes and Nancy Hom at Galeria De la Raza, SF, 1994

Box 41, Folder 9

Pasion por Frida Exhibit, Mexico City, 1992 - correspondence

Box 41, Folder 10

The Power of Feminist Art, Abrams, Inc., 1993-1994

Box 41, Folder 11

UC Berkeley Chicana Latina Conference, 11/97

Box 42, Folder 1

NACCS [National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies], 1999 - General Information

Box 42, Folder 2

Mumia Abu Jamal

Box 42, Folder 3

Miscellaneous 1999

Box 42, Folder 4

1999 Activities

 

Subseries 3.2 Family

Box 42, Folder 5

Family Photos, 1930s [1 of 4]

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 42, Folder 6

Family Photos, 1940s [2 of 4]

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 42, Folder 7

Family Photos, 1950s [3 of 4]

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 42, Folder 8

Family Photos, 1960s [4 of 4]

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 42, Folder 9

Early Family Photos, 1916-1940s

Box 42, Folder 10

Family Photos, 1940s-1950s - uncles (military)

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 42, Folder 11

Class photo, Washington Junior High School, Dinuba, CA; elementary school diploma, 1958; high school graduation Congressional Greetings

Box 42, Folder 12

Family 1970s: Correspondence, miscellaneous material, photo

Box 43, Folder 1

UC Berkeley, 1970s: University Without Walls guide; Chicano Graduation Program

Box 43, Folder 2

Family 1980s: Correspondence; father's death notice, etc.

Box 43, Folder 3

Driver's licenses, passports

Box 43, Folder 4

Family 1990s: correspondence, etc.

Box 43, Folder 5

Family 1990s: letters from sisters.

Box 43, Folder 6

Family: Death of sister Hope Macias: news articles, memorial messages, etc.

Box 43, Folder 7

Ester' astrological chart

Box 43, Folder 8

Information regarding Dinuba, CA: news articles, slides, etc.

Box 43, Folder 9

Patrick Macias (nephew): writings appearing in news articles

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 43, Folder 10

Letters to parents 1968

Box 43, Folder 11

Family photos I [1 of 2]

Physical Description: photographs
Box 43, Folder 12

Family photos I [2 of 2]

Physical Description: photographs and slides
Box 44, Folder 1

Family photos II [1 of 2]

Physical Description: photographs and slides
Box 44, Folder 2

Family photos II [2 of 2]

Physical Description: photographs and slides
 

Subseries 3.3 School Yearbooks

Box 95, Folder 1

Washington Junior High School Yearbook 1957

Box 95, Folder 2

Washington Junior High School Yearbook 1958

Box 95, Folder 3

Dinuba High School Yearbook 1959

Box 95, Folder 4

Dinuba High School Yearbook 1960

Box 95, Folder 5

Dinuba High School Yearbook 1961

Box 96, Folder 1

Dinuba High School Yearbook 1962

Box 96, Folder 2

Reedley College Yearbook 1963

Box 96, Folder 3

Reedley College Yearbook 1964

 

Series 4 Photographs/Slides/Negatives

Physical Description: 3.5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Series 4 presents a visual journey through Hernandez's professional and personal life. Images found in this series include: early 1970s photographs of orange pickers working in California's Central Valley, Hernandez's sister artists of Las Mujeras Muralistas and her work with Oakland school children through the California Arts Council; exhibit installations, exhibit openings, print shop visits, and conferences throughout the 1980s and 1990s,; and personal photographs covering the 1970s-1990s.
Box 44, Folder 1

Posada de Colores, California Arts Council, Oakland n.d.

Box 44, Folder 3

Arizona State University Hispanic Research Center: Lithograph - Segura Publ. 1998

Box 44, Folder 4

Brandywine Press 1991, 1996

Box 44, Folder 5

Centro Latino Mural n.d.

Box 44, Folder 6

Crearte, Minneapolis, MN 1996

Box 44, Folder 7

Galeria de la Raza 1990s

Box 44, Folder 8

Lab Ova, Yokahama, Japan 1998

Box 44, Folder 9

Japan Trip 1998

Box 44, Folder 10

MACLA [Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino American]: Lydia Mendoza 1998

Box 44, Folder 11

Mexican Museum, SF 1991, 1998

Box 44, Folder 12

Mexican Museum, Chicago 1987, 1989[?], 1994

Box 44, Folder 13

Mission Cultural Center, SF: Day of the Dead 1992

Box 44, Folder 14

NAACS [National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies] Conference, Sacramento 1999[?]

Box 44, Folder 15

NALAC [National Association of LAtino Arts and Cultures] Conference, San Antonio 1998

Box 45, Folder 2

San Francisco Art Institute

Box 45, Folder 3

Self Help Graphics, LA 1988

Box 45, Folder 4

Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C., opening 1998

Box 45, Folder 5

Wright Art Gallery, UCLA; CARA, SF n.d.

Box 45, Folder 6

UC Santa Barbara, Chicana Women Artists 1991

Box 45, Folder 7

California Arts Council n.d.

Box 45, Folder 8

Sun Mad, the Video, Dinuba, CA ca. 1995

Box 45, Folder 9

Sun Mad Installation 1989

Box 45, Folder 10

Sun Maid [Research] n.d.

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 45, Folder 11

Mutual Influences, Guadalupe Arts Center 1991

Box 45, Folder 12

St John's Mural, Oakland, CA 1991

Box 45, Folder 13

Congressional Hispanic Caucus 1991

Box 45, Folder 14

Pasion por Frida n.d.

Box 45, Folder 15

The Holy Tree 1992

Box 45, Folder 16

Mujeres Muralistas: Irene, Graciela, etc. ca. 1970s

Box 45, Folder 17

Studies for pastel: "Puras Papas" ca. 1999

Box 45, Folder 18

Self-printing, Oakland, CA February, 1984

Box 45, Folder 19

Color positives [search for titles] n.d.

Box 45, Folder 20

Personal photographs/slides n.d.

Box 46, Folder 1

Ester -photos/portraits [1 of 2] n.d.

Box 46, Folder 2

Ester -photos/portraits [2 of 2] n.d.

Box 46, Folder 3

Renee Moreno n.d.

Box 46, Folder 4

Graciela Iturbide: negatives, SF visits 1990, 1991; Ester's visit to Mexico, 1991

Box 46, Folder 5

Alice Walker: negatives

Box 46, Folder 6

Astrid Haddad: negatives

Box 46, Folder 7

Lydia Mendoza: slides of visits to CA 1982, 1985

Box 46, Folder 8

Lydia Mendoza: slides of Ester's visit to Houston, TX 1998

Box 46, Folder 9

Lydia Mendoza: negatives

Box 47, Folder 1

Family photos: negatives

Box 47, Folder 2

Negatives 1970s

Box 47, Folder 3

Negatives [1 of 2] 1980s

Box 47, Folder 4

Negatives [2 of 2] 1980s

Box 47, Folder 5

Negatives [1 of 4] 1990s

Box 47, Folder 6

Negatives [2 of 4] 1990s

Box 48, Folder 1

Negatives [3 of 4] 1990s

Box 48, Folder 2

Negatives [4 of 4] 1990s

Box 48, Folder 3

Negatives: Las Mujeras Muralistas 1970s[?]

Box 48, Folder 4

Photographs: Galeria de la Raza 1980s

Box 48, Folder 5

Miscellaneous photographs

Box 48, Folder 6

Berryessa Flea Market, San Jose, CA 1987

Physical Description: photographs
Box 48, Folder 7

Orange pickers 1973[?]

Physical Description: photographs
Box 48, Folder 8

La Lonely, Fresno, CA 1993

Physical Description: photographs
Box 48, Folder 9

Low Rider Bikes ca. 1997

Physical Description: photographs
Box 48, Folder 10

Screenprinting, Oakland, CA 1982

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 1

New Orleans, LA 1988

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 2

Monoprinting, Oakland, CA 1990

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 3

Russian River, CA 1986

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 4

Day of the Dead, Home Altar, Oakland, CA 1990

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 5

Photo session, Oakland, CA 1987

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 6

New Mexico 1990

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 7

All Indian Rodeo, Fallon, NV ca. 1983

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 8

Mendocino Coast, CA 1989

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 9

Calistoga, CA 1986

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 10

Barbeque, San Francisco, CA 1993

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 11

High Sierras 1993

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 12

Mexico City 1996

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 13

Japan Tour 1999

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 14

Guadalupe, Az: Yaqui Village 1998

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 15

California Indian Protest March 1998

Physical Description: photographs
Box 49, Folder 16

Charreada, Sunol, CA 1986

Physical Description: photographs
Half Box 50, Folder 1

Centro Cultural de Coyoacan 1991

Physical Description: photographs
Half Box 50, Folder 2

Banda Dance, Gilroy, CA [1 of 2] 1992

Physical Description: photographs
Half Box 50, Folder 3

Banda Dance, Gilroy, CA [2 of 2] 1992

Physical Description: photographs
Half Box 50, Folder 4

Carnival, San Francisco 1989

Physical Description: photographs
Half Box 50, Folder 5

Carnival, San Francisco 1996

Physical Description: photographs
Box 50, Folder 17

Colectivo Sol, Mexico City 1991

Physical Description: photographs
 

Series 5 Audio Visual

Physical Description: 1. 5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Series 5 contains mostly videocassettes (VHS) of subjects that have interested Hernandez through the years. Included are: Cesar Chavez Memorial, 1993; Sun Mad-the Movie, 1995; Oral History Interview with Lucy Hernandez (Ester's mother), 1994; Pilots of Aztlan: Flights of the Royal Chicano Air Force, n.d.; Ester Hernandez - Self Help Graphics, Los Angeles, 1991; Ester Hernandez, A Defiant Eye, January, 1993, VHS cassette; and others.
Box 51, 1

Dia de los Muertos, n.d., super 8 and 8mm/400 ft

Box 51, 2

Cesar Chavez Memorial, 40 acres, Delano, CA, April 1993, VHS cassette

Box 51, 3

Tiempo Latino, May 1986, Ester Hernandez, VHS cassette

Box 51, 4

Vida Awards, Latin Nights, VHS cassette

Box 51, 5

Lucy Hernandez, Oral/Visual History, Dinuba, CA, 11/25/1994, VHS cassette

Box 51, 6

Pilots of Aztlan: Flights of the Royal Chicano Air Force, VHS cassette

Box 51, 7

Films/Video by Francisco X. Camplis: Los Desarraigados; Coyolxauhqui; Musicos; Drawing Class; Margarita, 1995, VHS cassette

Box 51, 8

Sun Mad: the Movie, by Rene Moreno, performance by Ester Hernandez, 9/1995, VHS cassette

Box 51, 9

Ester Hernandez - Self Help Graphics, Los Angeles, 7/1991, VHS cassette

Card Box 52, 1

Portrait of the Artist: Ester Hernandez, VHS cassette

Card Box 52, 2

Ester's Opening - Galeria de la Raza, June 1988, VHS cassette

Card Box 52, 3

"Let the People Speak": Part 4, Women's Pathways with Marsha Gomez and Paula Gunn Allen, n.d.,VHS cassette

Card Box 52, 4

"Let the People Speak": Southwest Indigenous Women's Regional Conference, Opening panel, n.d.,VHS cassette

Card Box 52, 5

Ester Hernandez, A Defiant Eye, January, 1993, VHS cassette

Card Box 52, 6

The Art of Resistance, 1994, VHS Cassette

Card Box 52, 7

Lydia Mendoza, Summer 1998, Hi 8 Video cassette

Card Box 52, 8

Lucy Hernandez, photo history, 11/25/1994, 8mm Video cassette

Card Box 52, 9

Dias de los Muertos, Oakland, CA, 11/1994, 8mm Video cassette

Card Box 52, 10

Ester Hernadez Show at Galeria de la Raza, 6/10/1988; Entrevistas a los visitantes y a Dolores Huerta, by Jorge Herrera, audio cassette

Flat Box 53, 1

Latino Arts and Culture, from the series America Past and Present, National Arts and Humanities Education Program, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, kit includes VHS cassette, study, guide, slides, and color prints

 

Series 6 Artist's Files

Physical Description: 14 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

In Series 6, correspondence, exhibit announcement, photographs, bill of sale, photocopied news or journal articles, and miscellaneous material can be found by an artist's last name, arranged alphabetically. Individual subseries have been created where significant material was collected by Hernandez on certain artists. In particular, Subseries 4. Lydia Mendoza, Hernandez collected costumes and other personal items of the singer known as "Songbird of the Border," and these articles are found here. Please note: Subseries 6.6 Alice Walker material is restricted. Contact Special Collections for further information.
 

Subseries 6.1 General

Box 54, Folder 1

Aguayo, Sergio: "Los Chicanos" [photocopied journal article] ca. 1978

Box 54, Folder 2

Aguirre, Valentin: correspondence, exhibition announcement

Box 54, Folder 3

Alarcon, Norma: correspondence, bill of sale

Box 54, Folder 4

Allyn, Jerri: correspondence, exhibition announcements

Box 54, Folder 5

Baca, Judy: correspondence

Box 54, Folder 6

Bains, Amalia Mesa-: correspondence, exhibition announcements, essays, unpublished ms, photographs, miscellaneous material

Box 54, Folder 7

Behar, Ruth: correspondence

Box 54, Folder 8

Behar, Ruth. Thinking Back Through Her Mother: A Mexican Woman's Life Story 1990

Scope and Content Note

LSAmagazine [Literature, Science, Arts], College of Literature Science and the Arts, Fall, 1990
Box 97, 1

Beltran, Lola: Lola Beltran, accompanamiento: banda del Recodo de Don Cruz Lizarraga, Gas Cd-1081, compact disk, autographed by artist 1992

Box 54, Folder 9

Benavida, Virginia: "Feminaries' magazine, 1985; bill of sale

Box 54, Folder 10

Bejarano, Yvonne Yabro-: correspondence, course description, journal article, miscellaneous material

Box 54, Folder 11

Bernardi, Claudia: correspondence, exhibition announcements

Box 54, Folder 12

Bill, Barbara: correspondence, photocopied news articles, photos, slides, miscellaneous material

Box 54, Folder 13

Broyles-Gonzalez, Yolanda: correspondence, bill of sale, photographs, slides, San Francisco 1999

Box 54, Folder 14

Buenrostro, Dona Maria: photographs, slides, miscellaneous photcopied correspondence, news articles, etc.

Box 54, Folder 15

Campusano, Jesus (Chuy): benefit announcements, death notices, correspondence

Box 54, Folder 16

Cantaneda, Antonia: correspondence

Box 54, Folder 17

Carillo, Charlie, New Mexico artist: photographs

Box 54, Folder 18

Castillo, Ana. My Father Was A Toltec, West End Press, 1988

Scope and Content Note

autographed and inscribed
Box 54, Folder 19

Castillo, Ana: correspondence, photographs, appearance announcements

Box 55, Folder 1

Caton Garcia, Felicia Rose. Pos Orale!, Chican Chap Book #20 1998

Box 55, Folder 2

Cervantes, Yreina: correspondence [Sybil Venegas co-correspondee]

Box 55, Folder 3

Cisneros, Sandra: correspondence, photograph, bills of sale, lecture announcements

Box 55, Folder 4

Cisneros, Sandra: photographs

Box 55, Folder 5

Colorado, Hortencia y Elvira: Coatlicue Theatre Co., NY production of "A Traditional Kind of Women: Too Much, Not Nuff." Announcement inscribed.

Box 55, Folder 6

Coronado, Raul: "Selena's Good Buy: Texas Mexicans, History, y Selena Meet Transnational Capitalism" [Stanford University graduate paper?]

Box 55, Folder 7

Corpi, Lucha: correspondence ca. 1985

Box 55, Folder 8

Corpi, Lucha: photographs, Posada de Colores 1986

Box 55, Folder 9

Croy, Norma Jean: photographs, prison release party 1997

Box 55, Folder 10

Drummond, Judy: correspondence, miscellaneous material

Box 55, Folder 11

Echeveste, Maria: photographs 1998

Box 55, Folder 12

Ehrenberg, Felipe. Flagrante Delicato, exhibition booklet, Casa Lamm, Mexico 1994

Scope and Content Note

autographed and inscribed
Box 55, Folder 13

Ferlinghetti, Lawrence: slides, photographs 1978, 1980

Box 55, Folder 14

Fernandez, Roberta: "Thirteen Hands Make A Rainbow": unpublished short stories

Box 55, Folder 15

Fernandez, Roberta. Intaglio.: A Novel In Six Stories, Arte Publico Press, Houston, TX, 1990

Box 55, Folder 16

Flor Ada, Alma. The Christmas Tree/El Arbol de Navidad, Hyperion Books for Children, NY, 1997

Scope and Content Note

autographed and inscribed
Box 55, Folder 17

Galvez, Daniel: Photocopied news articles on street murals, slide of same, miscellaneous materials

Box 55, Folder 18

Garcia, Rupert: slide presentation announcement

Box 55, Folder 19

Garza, Carmen Loma: exhibition announcements; Scholastic Books Phonics, Chapter Book 12.

Box 55, Folder 20

Garza, Carmen Lomas: photographs, exhibitiob opening[?], 1987; house warming, 1999

Box 56, Folder 1

Goldman, Shifra M.: correspondence, photocopied news articles, miscellaneous material

Box 56, Folder 2

Gomez, Marsha: Death notices and dedications, photocopied essays, public art proposal, miscellaneous material

Box 56, Folder 3

Gomez, Marsha: photographs, Austin, TX 1988

Box 56, Folder 4

Gomez, Selma: miscellaneous text

Box 56, Folder 5

Gomez-Pena, Guillermo: performance announcements, magazine article, miscellaneous material

Box 56, Folder 6

Gomez-Pena, Guillermo: photographs, "Mexterminator" performance with Isis Rodriguez 1998

Box 56, Folder 7

Gomperts, Hulk: correspondence, photographs, photocopied news article [partial]

Box 56, Folder 8

Gosling, Maureen: correspondence, catalog, script, miscellaneous material

Box 56, Folder 9

Gutierrez-Stavenhagen, Elia: bills of sale, postcard, photographs, slides: Tepotzlan and Xochimilco DF, Mexico, 1993; UFWA Peregrenacion, 1994

Box 56, Folder 10

Harlan, Theresa: correspondence, recognition award application, miscellaneous material

Box 56, Folder 11

Hernandez, Lourdes: correspondence, nwespaper article

Box 56, Folder 12

Islas, Arturo. The Rain God (Alexanandrain Press, Palo Alto, CA 1984).Inscription and note by Islas.

Box 56, Folder 13

JiHonrilo, Avotcja, et al. Third World Women, Third World Communications, SF, 1972: compilation of essays and writings, inscription by Avotcja. 1972

Box 56, Folder 14

Jimenez, Flaco: photographs, slides, Cinco de Mayo, Berkeley, CA 1987

Box 57, Folder 1

La Marr, Jean: correspondence, exhibition announcement; photographs, slides 1986[?]-1992

Box 57, Folder 2

Las Mujeres Muralistas: Academic essays, news articles, slides, miscellaneous information.

Box 57, Folder 3

Limon, Leo: correspondence

Box 57, Folder 4

Lippard, Lucy: correspondence

Box 57, Folder 5

Lopez, Yolanda: corespondence, exhibition announcements, benefit announcements, miscellaneous material, slides

Box 57, Folder 6

Magu: paper cutouts

Box 57, Folder 7

Mali, Wu: Art Taiwan brochure, featuring works of Mali

Box 57, Folder 8

Martinez, Alma: correspondence

Box 57, Folder 9

Mirikitani, Janice. Shedding Silence (Celestial Arts, Berkeley, CA, 1987). Inscription by author.

Box 57, Folder 10

Montoya, Malaquias: correspondence, exhibit annnouncement

Box 57, Folder 11

Montoya, Malaquias: exhibition booklet, San Francisco Art Institute 1997

Scope and Content Note

autographed and inscribed
Box 57, Folder 12

Moraga, Cherrie: "Heroes and Saints "production for Brava: grant application, theater programs, news articles, miscellaneous materials

Box 57, Folder 13

Moraga, Cherrie

Box 57, Folder 14

Moreno, Renee: personal information, correspondence from 1990s, photographs, slides.

Box 57, Folder 15

Moreno, Renee: writings

Box 58, Folder 1

Munoz, Celia: correspondence, photograph

Box 58, Folder 2

Munoz, Manuel. Greetings From Ice Country, Chicano Chap Book #19 1998

Box 58, Folder 3

Ortiz Taylor, Shiela, and Sandra. Imaginary Parents: A Family Autobiography, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM

Scope and Content Note

autographed and inscribed
Box 58, Folder 4

Paquita la del Barrio: news article on Mexican singer; photographs, taken at her nightclub, Mexico, DF 1993

Box 58, Folder 5

Paz, Suni: lyrics or verse, autographed [Chilean songwriter, singer, poet] ca. 1978

Box 58, Folder 6

Perez, Laura: correspondence, copies of ms articles/essays, permission forms, miscellaneous material

Box 58, Folder 7

Poniatowski, Elena: "Juchitan, a Town of Women: the Man With the Sweet Penis," reprint

Box 58, Folder 8

Quirarte, Jacinto: request for information

Box 58, Folder 9

Rebollado, Tey Diana: correspondence, book covers, University of Arizona Press catalog, Spring 1995

Box 58, Folder 10

Rice-Trujillo, Celia: photographs, 1985, 1995

Box 58, Folder 11

Rodriguez, Lily "Isis": correspondence, exhibition announcement, photographs, miscellaneous material.

Box 58, Folder 12

Rodriguez, Patricia: photographs, slides, course outline, exhibition announcement, miscellaneous material.

Box 58, Folder 13

Roth, Moira: correspondence, invitations, miscellaneous material.

Box 58, Folder 14

Sanchez-Duarte, Cecelia: correspondence, miscellaneous material

Box 58, Folder 15

Shaw, Rebecca Salome: correspondence, text of slide presentation

Box 58, Folder 16

Solis, Diana: photographs, "Chicago, Halsted Street Bus 'Las Palomas;'" "Michoacan, Mexico."

Box 58, Folder 17

Soto, Gary: correspondence, bills of sale, series of chapbooks edited by Soto.

Box 58, Folder 18

Tan, Amy: correspondence, miscellaneous material

Box 59, Folder 1

Teresita la Campesina [Alberto Gonzalez Nevares]: performance announcements, photographs

Box 59, Folder 2

Teresita la Campesina [Alberto Gonzalez Nevares]: photographs,slides: San Francisco, 1985; Berkeley, 1997; San Francisco, Mission Dolores, 1997

Box 59, Folder 3

Trujillo, Carla: "La Virgen de Guadalupe and Her Re-construction in Chicana Lesbian Desire," academic paper, bill of sale

Box 59, Folder 4

Underwood, Consuelo: correspondence, exhbit announcement, news article

Box 59, Folder 5

Underwood, Consuelo Jimenez: Las Fuerzas de la Tierra, exhibition booklet, Museo de El Carmen, Teotihuacan, Mexico 1993

Box 59, Folder 6

Underwood, Consuelo Jimenez: Fronteras de Anahuac, exhibition booklet, Museo Textil de Terrassa, Barcelona, Spain 1995

Box 59, Folder 7

Valdez, Luis: news article

Box 59, Folder 8

Valdez, Patsi

Box 59, Folder 9

Yampolsky, Mariana: correspondence, exhbit announcement, news articles, photographs, slides, miscellaneous materials

Box 59, Folder 10

Ybanez, Terri: correspondence

Box 59, Folder 11

Ybarra-Frausto, Tomas: "A History of Chicano Art" news article, miscellaneous material, photographs

Box 59, Folder 12

Miscellaneous photographs

Box 59, Folder 13

Miscellaneous slides

 

Subseries 6.2 Astrid Hadad

Box 59, Folder 14

At Stanford University September, 1988

Box 59, Folder 15

Ester's visit to Mexico, D.F. 1996

Box 59, Folder 16

Cabaret de la Luna 1992

Box 59, Folder 17

Mexican Fine Arts Center, Chicago, Ill 1994

Box 59, Folder 18

Press packet ca. 1998

Box 59, Folder 19

Stanford University, Flor y Canto 1999

Box 59, Folder 20

Receipt for cassettes ca. 1996

Box 59, Folder 21

Sibila De Vila 1996

Box 59, Folder 22

Prototype CD cover 1999

Box 59, Folder 23

Miscellaneous emails 1999

Box 59, Folder 24

Miscellaneous slides n.d.

Box 60, 1

Astrid Hadad en "Corazon Sangrante," Ximena Cuevas, director, Mexico City; Astrid Hadad Y Los Tarzanes en "Heavy Nopal," Mexico: VHS videocassette 6/15/1905

Box 60, 2

Sor Juana Festival, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago, unedited, Tape #1, VHS videocassette 11/2/1994

Box 60, 3

Sor Juana Festival, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago, unedited, Tape #2, VHS videocassette 11/2/1994

Box 60, 4

Astrid Hadad at Stanford: VHS videocassette May, 1999

Box 60, 5

Para Luis Ambrie: Cortes de Diferentes Shows: VHS videocassette n.d.

Box 60, 6

Astrid Hadad: Video 8 videotape 6/14/1905

Box 60, 7

El Personal: Concierto en vivo Guadalajara - el Hospicio Cabanas February, 1987

Box 60, 8

Astrid Hadad Live ca. 1996

Box 60, 9

Recorded phone messages, Astrid Hadad and Ester Hernandez June, 1994

Box 60, 10

Recorded phone messages, Astrid Hadad and Ester Hernandez 2/18/1994

Box 60, 11

Ay!: Astrid Hadad y Los Tarzanes, Discos Cabaret, Musicomedia, audiocassette n.d.

Box 60, 12

Ay!: Astrid Hadad y Los Tarzanes, Discos Cabaret, Musicomedia, compact disk

Box 60, 13

Ay!: Astrid Hadad y Los Tarzanes, Nubenegra, compact disk 1994

Box 60, 14

Astrid's favorite music, taped for Ester Hernandez: Musica Mexicana, audio cassette n.d.

Box 60, 15

Astrid's favorite music, taped for Ester Hernandez: Pepe Gutierrez con Lucha Reyes, Laurita Rivas, Juanita Escoto, Sara Rodriguez, Ernesto Cortazar con Lucha Reyes, audio cassette n.d.

Box 60, 16

Astrid's favorite music, taped for Ester Hernandez: Sofia Alavarez, Olga Ramos, Hermanas Diaz Trio Tariacuri, audio cassette n.d.

Box 60, 17

Astrid's favorite music, taped for Ester Hernandez: Lucha Reyes, Sofia Alvarez, Olga Ramos, audio cassetee n.d.

Box 61, 1

Hadad, Astrid: photographs, slides

 

Subseries 6.3 Graciela Iturbide

Box 61, 2

Iturbide, Graciela. En el Nombre del Padre, Ediciones Toledo, Mexico, 1993

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed by author
Box 61, 3

Miscellaneous material

Box 61, 4

Correspondence

Box 61, 5

Miscellaneous publications

Box 61, 6

La fotografia en Mexico n.d.

Physical Description: Set of postcards
Box 61, 7

Japanese photo award brochure ca. 1990

Box 61, 8

"External Encounters, Internal Imagings," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art exhibit material 1990

Box 61, 9

Iturbide, Graciela: photographs, slides

 

Subseries 6.4 Lydia Mendoza

Box 61, 10

Lydia Mendoza: photographs, slides

Box 61, 11

Lydia Mendoza: Extra material: Photographs, photocopies of newspaper, magazine, and journal articles

Box 62, 1

Lydia Mendoza: "The Spiritualist," a story told by Lydia to Ester Hernandez on Sept. 15., 1986. Handwritten notes and a typed out simple edit fill in the gaps left out of the notes.

Box 62, 2

Lydia Mendoza: "Why My Sister is Called Maria de Jesus" a story told to Ester Hernandez by Lydia Mendoza, ca. 1986. Handwritten and printed notes with minor editing.

Box 62, 3

Lydia Mendoza: Postcard from Lydia to Ester Hernandez - NY, 1988

Box 62, 4

Lydia Mendoza: "Lydia Mendoza - Showtime," installation, list of materials and insurance value.

Box 62, 5

Lydia Mendoza: Photos -performance at Posada de colores, Oakland, CA, 1985

Box 62, 6

Lydia Mendoza: torn page from Houston telephone book, ca. 1987; photo of poster from Lydia's house, part of personal archive.

Box 62, 7

Lydia Mendoza: handwritten letter regarding flight from Fresno, 1986; letter from Radio Bilingue to Lydia, 1986

Box 62, 8

Lydia Mendoza: miscellaneous material regarding Lydia's stay at Ester Hernandez's house, ca. 1986

Box 62, 9

Lydia Mendoza: price list, ca. 1986

Box 62, 10

Lydia Mendoza: original sketch by Ester Hernandez, ca 1985

Box 62, 11

Lydia Mendoza: Miscellaneous material: press release, Voices of Americas, Washington Square Church, NewYork, NY; slide, San Juan Bautista, Teatro Campesinos; La Voz de Esparanza 10/1999; wrapping paper with Lydia's Houston address.

Box 62, 12

Lydia Mendoza: Straichwitz, Chris, and Nicolopulos, James. Lydia Mendoza: a Family Autobiography, Art Publico Press, University of Houston, TX. Inscribed by Chris Straichwitz and Lydia Mendoza.

Box 62, 13

Lydia Mendoza: Letter from Lydia, 3/5/1985

Box 62, 14

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia's unmailed postcard to Jesus Chavez, n.d.

Box 62, 15

Lydia Mendoza: postcard from Lydia, from Santa Barbara, CA, 1986

Box 62, 16

Lydia Mendoza: Letter from Lydia, 10/15/1985

Box 62, 17

Lydia Mendoza: Letter from Lydia, 1987

Box 62, 18

Lydia Mendoza: Letter from Lydia, 5/7/1987

Box 62, 19

Lydia Mendoza: Letter from Lydia and package wrapping, 7/1987

Box 63, 1

Lydia Mendoza: letter from Lydia, 4/9/1988

Box 63, 2

Lydia Mendoza: Money order from Ester to Lydia, with note from Lydia, 1988

Box 63, 3

Lydia Mendoza; Note from Lydia and wrapping from her package to Ester, 1988

Box 63, 4

Lydia Mendoza:Letter from Fred Martinez, re: Lydia's hospitalization, 1988

Box 63, 5

Lydia Mendoza: 3 public relations photographs, photographer unknown.

Box 63, 6

Lydia Mendoza: 2 photopraphs, autographed, photographer unknown, 5/22/1982, 523/1982

Box 63, 7

Lydia Mendoza: Autographed photograph, dedicated to Ester, photographer unknown, 5/10/1985

Box 63, 8

Lydia Mendoza: Autographed photograph, photographer and date unknown.

Box 63, 9

Lydia Mendoza: Announcement for Mario Obledo campaign event, Lydia Mendoza entertaining, Oakland, CA, 5/22/1982

Box 63, 10

Lydia Mendoza: Photocopied newspaper article regarding Lydia's artist in residency at Fresno State University, 1982

Box 63, 11

Lydia Mendoza: Autographed publicity photographs of Alexandra Valdiva, country and western singer and beautician, Fresno, CA, ca. 1982

Box 63, 12

Lydia Mendoza: Photocopied newspaper article and announcement regarding Lydia's appearance at Wheeler Auditorium, UC Berkeley, 4/10/1982

Box 63, 13

Lydia Mendoza: Photocopied material from the Congressional Record, NY Times, SF Chronicle, etc. regarding Lydia's National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Award, 1982.

Box 63, 14

Lydia Mendoza: Announcement and photographic proofs of Lydia's performance at San Juan Bautista, CA, Teatro Campesino, 5/22-23/1982

Box 63, 15

Lydia Mendoza: Performance at La Pena, Berkeley, CA: contract, announcements, 1985

Box 63, 16

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia's performance at Posada de Colores, Oakland CA, 1985: coorespondence, newspaper announcement

Box 63, 17

Lydia Mendoza: Postcard, layout,design, and finished cards, 1985.

Box 63, 18

Lydia Mendoza: Perfomance at Cinco de Mayo celebration, UC Berkeley, with Flaco Jimenez, 1985: flyers, poster, contracts, photographs

Box 63, 19

Lydia Mendoza: Miscellaneous material: receipts, schedules, etc. 1985

Box 63, 20

Lydia Mendoza: Adal Maldonado "Avant Garde Mambo Society" photograph exhibit at Galeria de la Raza,. featuring photos of Latin American musicians, including Lydia Mendoza. Includes flyers, announcement, and correspondence, 1985.

Box 63, 21

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia's performance at La Pena, Berkeley, CA, 1986, includes flyers, announcement, photograph.

Box 63, 22

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia's performance at La Pena, Berkeley, CA, 1987, includes flyers, announcement, contract, etc.

Box 63, 23

Lydia Mendoza: Design by Ester Hernandez for publicity release, autographed by Lydia, 1987.

Box 63, 24

Lydia Mendoza: Sor Juana "Tribute to Women" Festival, Mexican Fine Art Center, Chicago, Lydia one of several honorees. Includes several drafts of Ester Hernandez's introductory speech, brochure, flyers, notes, etc., 1996.

Box 63, 25

Lydia Mendoza: miscellaneous brochures, flyers, etc.

Box 63, 26

Lydia Mendoza: Los Primeros Duetos Femininos: photocopied notes regarding early recordings of Texas-Mexican Border music, including Lydia Mendoza and the Mendoza family, authored by Phillip Sonnichsen. Also includes photocopies of catalog pages from Arhoolie Records, catalog from DownHome Music.

Box 63, 27

Lydia Mendoza: Chulas Fronteras: information regarding documentary produced by Brazos Film, featuring Lydia Mendoza.

Box 63, 28

Lydia Mendoza: photocopied miscellaneous reviews.

Flat Box 64, 1

Lydia Mendoza: Interview with Ester Hernandez, discussing the difficulties of being a woman artist, Fresno, CA, 4/20/1981, audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 2

Lydia Mendoza: Interview with Ester Hernandez, discussing women artists, Fresno, CA, 1982 audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 3

Lydia Mendoza: Interview with Ester Hernandez, discussing Lydia's disability, future plans, Chicago, 10/19/90 audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 4

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza, Big Star Records 7089, Rangel Record Distributors, San Antonio TX, 1989, audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 5

Lydia Mendoza: Lidia Mendoza y Lorenzo Caballero: Por Primera Vez Juntos en una Grabacion, Gapoca Records, G.P. Records, Houston, TX, 1980, audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 6

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza Con Corridos y Corridos, Norteno Records 822, n.d., audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 7

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza - La Alondra de la Frontera, DLB Records 1139, San Antonio, TX, n.d. audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 8

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza - La Alondra de la Frontera - Collecion de Oro, DLB Records 1094, San Antonio, TX, 1984[?]. audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 9

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza - En Vivo desde New York, DLB Records 2000, San Antonio, TX, 1994, audio cassette.

Flat Box 64, 10

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza - Toda Una Epoca, DLB Records 1113, San Antonio, TX, n.d., audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 11

Lydia Mendoza: Lidia Mendoza, America Records, AIA029, n.d. audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 12

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza, La Alondra de la Frontera, Norteno Records 809, n.d., 809

Flat Box 64, 13

Lydia Mendoza: KPFA interview: Chris Scrachwitz discusses Lydia Mendoza and the Mendoza Family History, 1987[1 of 2], audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 14

Lydia Mendoza: KPFA interview: Chris Scrachwitz discusses Lydia Mendoza and the Mendoza Family History, 1987[2 of 2], audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 15

Lydia Mendoza: KPFA - Tejano Music Retrospective - featuring Lydia Mendoza in interview and live performance, 1988, audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 16

Lydia Mendoza: KPFA - Jesse "Chuy" Barela interviews Tex/Mex singer Freddie Fender, Lydia Mendoza mentioned as an influence on him and other musicians, ca. 1988, audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 17

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza recorded live at La Pena Cultural Center, Berkeley, CA, 9/16/1986 [1 of 2] audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 18

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza recorded live at La Pena Cultural Center, Berkeley, CA, 9/16/1986 [2 of 2] audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 19

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza: Mas exitos de "La Alondra de la Frontera," source tape Falcon FLP-2029 [Side A]; La Alondra de la Frontera, no source noted [Side B], audio cassette

Flat Box 64, 20

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza: En Tu Dia, source Corona CLP 3003 [Side A]; Lydia Mendoza con su Guitarra, source tape Azteca 8012

Flat Box 64, 21

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza: La Alondra de la Frontera con el Mariachi Aguila, source tape Paloma 1011 [Side A]

Flat Box 64, 22

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza interviewed by Ester Hernandez, Sor Juana Festival, Mexican Museum Art Center, Chicago. Renee Moreno, videographer, 1996, VHS cassette

Oversized Box 65, 1

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza, La Alondra de la Frontera y Su Guitarra de Oro: 50 anos, DLP Records #1094, LP

Scope and Content Note

Cover autographed and inscribed
Oversized Box 65, 2

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza y Su Guitarra de Oro, La Alondra de la Frontera, Norteno Records #812, LP

Scope and Content Note

Back cover autographed and inscribed
Oversized Box 65, 3

Lydia Mendoza: La Alondra de la Frontera - Lydia Mendoza y Su Guitarra con Beto Villa, Mariachi Ideal, and Narciso Martinez, Ideal Records #120, LP

Oversized Box 65, 4

Lydia Mendoza: Dueto Monterrey con Guitarras, Azteca Records #AM 8011, LP

Scope and Content Note

Back cover autographed and inscribed
Oversized Box 65, 5

Lydia Mendoza: Que hare tan sola - Lydia Mendoza canta sus Composiciones con su Guitarra, Azteca Records #AM 8017, LP

Scope and Content Note

Back cover autographed and inscribed
Oversized Box 65, 6

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza con su Guitarra, Una Voz Y Una Guitarra, Azteca Records # AM 8030, LP

Scope and Content Note

Back cover autographed and inscribed
Oversized Box 65, 7

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza Part 1: First Recordings, 1928-1938, Una historia de la musica de la frontera, Texas-Mexican Border Music vol 15, Folklyric Records #9023, LP

Scope and Content Note

Cover autographed and inscribed
Oversized Box 65, 8

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza Part 2: Early Recordings, from the 1930s, Una historia de la musica de la frontera, Texas-Mexican Border Music vol 16, Folklyric Records #9024, LP

Oversized Box 65, 9

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza - La Gloria de Texas, Arhoolie Records # 3012, LP

Oversized Box 65, 10

Lydia Mendoza: Lydia Mendoza - La Alondra de la Frontera, con el Mariachi Aguila, Paloma Records # 1011

Scope and Content Note

Jacket only, no LP
Carton 66

Lydia Mendoza: Black velvet dress with colored sequins in floral pattern

Scope and Content Note

Worn for filming of "Chulas Fronteras," ca. 1960s
Carton 67

Lydia Mendoza: Rebozo, lime-green with red striping, black and white patterns, worn with "Adelita Dress,"ca. 1960s

Carton 67

Lydia Mendoza: Hand-made dress for musical performance, white with red and blue stripes, white lace trimming, the "Adelita Dress," ca. 1960s

Carton 68

Lydia Mendoza: Hand-made blue satin dress with yellow ribbon, white rickrack, and lace trim, ca. 1960s

Card Box 69

Lydia Mendoza: Mask of Lydia Mendoza's face, created by Ester Hernandez of white plaster and gauze, ca. 1988

Carton 70

Lydia Mendoza: Miscellaneous personal items collected by Ester Hernandez during Lydia's to Oakland.

Scope and Content Note

Jewelry, hair ornaments, styrofoam "head" for wig, cosmetics, pillowcase and face towel with traces of Lydia's makeup makeup, beer can with lipstick impression, other miscellaneous items
 

Subseries 6.5 Selena

Box 71, Folder 1

Tres Flores: Lydia, Astrid, y Selena, lecture Stanford University, 5/4/1999

Box 71, Folder 2

Selena: photocopied news articles regarding her murder and funeral, April 1995

Box 71, Folder 3

Selena article, US Magazine, March, 1996

Box 71, Folder 4

Selena Tribute, People Magazine special issue, Spring 1995

Box 71, Folder 5

Selena trubutes at San Jose Flea Market, 1999: postcard announcements

Box 60, Folder 18

Selena videotape, 1995

 

Subseries 6.6 Alice Walker

Box 72.1, Folder 1

Defiant Eyes exhibit photographs 1988

Scope and Content Note

Ester working on floral painting; Alice and Ester together at unidentified gathering
Box 72.1, Folder 2

Photographs, slides

Box 72.1, Folder 3

Miscellaneous greeting cards, invitations, etc.

Box 72.1, Folder 4

Directions and instructions for Walker's Casa Careyes House, Mexico.

Box 72.1, Folder 5

Alice Walker Calendar 1986

Box 72.1, Folder 6

Miscellaneous book receptions, film opening, flyers

Box 72.1, Folder 7

Bill of sale, canceled checks, thank you notes

Box 72.1, Folder 8

Robert Allen's (Alice's companion) astrology chart ca. 1988

Box 72.1, Folder 9

Adam [?] rough draft ca. 1992

Box 72.1, Folder 10

This is the House That Charlie Built: work in progress 1990

Box 72.1, Folder 11

Stationery and envelopes from Steiner House, and Wild Tree Press

Box 72.1, Folder 12

Nightmare Begins Responsibility, press conference, SF City Hall 12/6/1989

Box 72.1, Folder 13

Magic Potion information for use in a new house ca. 1991

Box 72.1, Folder 14

Birth date information [in Alice Walker's hand]

Box 72.1, Folder 15

Water color collaboration with Ester ca. 1991

Box 72.1, Folder 16

Sketches by Ester of Alice's house in Navarro, CA ca. 1991

Box 72.1, Folder 17

Logo project for Our Daughters Have Mothers, Inc. 1993

Half Box 72.2, Folder 1

Notes regarding logo project for Our Daughters Have Mothers, Inc. 1993

Half Box 72.2, Folder 2

Turquoise and Coral Moon, draft (Temple of my Familiar, for SF Chronicle Book Review 5/7/1989

Half Box 72.2, Folder 3

Lead quote on "The Art of Provocation: Ester Hernandez," exhibit publication 1995

Half Box 72.2, Folder 4

Greeting cards produced by Wild Trees Press

Half Box 72.2, Folder 5

Alice Walker: phone messages, audio cassette 1990

 

Series 7 Public Relations

Physical Description: 1 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Series 7 contains various announcements, news articles, exhibit catalogs, brochures, etc. concerning the display or discussion of Hernandez's work.
Box 71, Folder 6

Mexican Museum Folio, 1997

Box 71, Folder 7

Oakland Museum: Traditions of Transformation

Box 71, Folder 8

"Valley Grown:" Mexican American Visions and Voices from the Central Valley, 1998

Box 71, Folder 9

"Transformations: The Art of Ester Hernandez," Artweek, 1998

Box 71, Folder 10

Transformations: The Art of Ester Hernandez, Catalog 1998

Box 71, Folder 11

Posters American Style

Box 71, Folder 12

Experimental Texts...Other Authors...Other Forms, 1997

Box 71, Folder 13

"Exploring the Breadth of Hispanic Art Today:" NY Times, Aug 27, 1996

Box 71, Folder 14

Sor Juana Festival, Chicago, 1995

Box 71, Folder 15

Top of the Arts, - 50 San Francisco Arts Leaders: SF Live, February, 1996

Box 71, Folder 16

Galeria de la Raza 25th Anniversary

Box 71, Folder 17

"Chicago Heritage is All of Ours - Ester Hernandez Gives Us the Art of Provocation," newspaper article, 1995

Box 71, Folder 18

"The Art of Provocation - Ester Hernandez - a Retrospective," Cn Gorman museum, UC Davis, brochure, 1995

Box 71, Folder 19

La Exposicion Chicana en el MAM [Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City]; news article, November, 1993

Box 71, Folder 20

Art del Otro Mexico, Mexican Museum, Chicago, 1993-1995

Box 71, Folder 21

The Power of Feminist Art: excerpt from book, 1994

Box 71, Folder 22

Ceremony of Spirit, The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, CA

Box 71, Folder 23

"Discovering Cesar Chavez's true legacy," newspaper article, SF Examiner, 4/29/1993; reprint, 9/1994

Box 71, Folder 24

"Cesar Chavez Nurtured Seeds of Art," newspaper article, LA Times, 4/28/1993

Box 71, Folder 25

"The Fifith Element: Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Chicano Art," Mexican Museum, San Francisco, 1992-1993

Box 73, Folder 1

CARA [Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation] - San Antonio, TX, 1993: newsletter, news article

Box 73, Folder 2

Pasion Por Frida, The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, presented by National Institute of Fine Arts of Mexico, 1992

Box 73, Folder 3

"Harlequin Fantasies and a Visionary Chicano Art Show," newspaper article, SF Chronicle,1/2/1993

Box 73, Folder 4

"We Have a Beautiful Mother," Alice Walker poem accompanied by Hernandez's "Mis Madres," in Equal Means magazine, Summer, 1992

Box 73, Folder 5

CARA [Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation] Wright Art Gallery, UCLA, 1991

Box 73, Folder 6

Heroes and Saints, by Cherrie Moraga, play announcement, San Francisco, 1992

Box 73, Folder 7

"A Call to Social Action: The Art of Ester Hernandez:" reprint from Shaman's Drum Arts Gallery Magazine, Brekeley, CA, 1992

Box 73, Folder 8

"Artes Festival to Open," Nuestro Tiempo section of the LA Times, photocopied article, 1991

Box 73, Folder 9

"Chicano Art Hits Town," CARA review, SF Chronicle, 1992

Box 73, Folder 10

"Women of Color contend with political, personal art," review, San Antonio Light, ca. 1991

Box 73, Folder 11

"Images of Chicana Artists," review of "Artistas Chicanas" exhibit at UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara News-Press, 3/31/1991

Box 73, Folder 12

"War Paint - Artists respond to War," review of exhibit at the Mexican Museum, Artweek, San Jose, CA, 2/7/1991

Box 73, Folder 13

"Chicano Artists Paint for Peace," article in the Guardian, San Francisco, 1/30/1991

Box 73, Folder 14

"Mixed Blessings - New Art in Multicultural America," review of Hernandez's work, Pantheon Press, NY, 1990

Box 73, Folder 15

"Pride of the Mission - San Francisco's Latino artist community," SF Examiner, 5/20/1990

Box 73, Folder 16

"Wildly Colorful Latino Designs in Self Help Graphics Show," article, LA Times, 11/25/1989

Box 73, Folder 17

"The Goldies - Outstanding Local Discoveries," (1st Annual in the Guardian, San Francisco, 1989

Box 73, Folder 18

Dual Exhibits dedicated to "La Reina de Las Americas," review, River City Review, Austin, TX, 1988

Box 73, Folder 19

Galeria de la Raza - article, Northern California Home and Garden, November, 1988

Box 73, Folder 20

"The Defiant Eye - Ester Hernandez," Galeria de la Raza, monograph, announcement, invite, June 1988

Box 73, Folder 21

"Turquoise and Coral- Alice Walker," article in This World, San Francisco, 5/7/1989

Box 73, Folder 22

"Alternative to What?," review of San Francisco Arts Commision Gallery exhibit, Artweek, San Jose, CA, 8/20/1998

Box 73, Folder 23

"Brava!," Newsletter for women in the arts, July, 1988

Box 73, Folder 24

"Ester Hernandez," review of "Defiant Eye," El Mensajero, San Francisco, July, 1988

Box 73, Folder 25

"Arte Chicana - La icongrafia de la auto determinacion, raza, etnia y clase," Arte en Columbia, No. 34, 9/1987

Box 73, Folder 26

Latina Art:Showcase '87: brochure, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago, 1987

Box 73, Folder 27

Latina Art:Showcase '87:review, New Art Examiner, Chicago, 1987

Box 73, Folder 28

"Waiting for Eternity," review of Latina Art: Showcase '87, Reader, Chicago, 1987

Box 73, Folder 29

"Chicana Artist Ester Hernandez - Her Art Stirs Feeling for the Plight of Humanity," article, La Ventana, Sonoma County's Hispanic Newsletter, May/1987

Box 73, Folder 30

Freedom Notes: newsletter of the Dennis Banks Defense Committee, San Francisco, June - September, 1986

Box 73, Folder 31

Amanecer Indio - publicacion oficial de la confederacion de nacionalidade indigenas de la amazonia ecuatoriana, decembre, 1986

Box 73, Folder 32

"Mural Mural on the Wall - SF Art Institute," review of the Murals Project: Out of Context, The Daily Californian, Berkeley, 11/21/1986

Box 73, Folder 33

"An Inside Look Four Outdoor Murals," review of Murals Project: Out of Context, SF Examiner, 11/14/1986

Box 73, Folder 34

"Cinco de Mayo - a case of identity," article, Oakland Tribune, 5/5/1986

Box 73, Folder 35

South and Central American Indian Information Center (SAIIC): newsletter, Berkeley, CA, Spring, 1989

Box 73, Folder 36

"Chicanas Speak Out," review of Chicana Voices and Visions at SPARC [Social and Public Arts Resource Center], Artweek, San Jose, CA, 1/14/1984

Box 73, Folder 37

"Decontaminating Amerika - The Art of Ester Hernandez," interview published in Revista Literaria de El Tecolote, San Francisco, December, 1982

Box 73, Folder 38

"De Colores," article regarding Hernandez's mural project with senior citizens in Oakland, CA, The Montclarion, 6/28/1983

Box 73, Folder 39

"Oakland Seniors Unveil a Wall of Color," article regarding Arts Council mural project, SF Examiner,7/1/`983

Box 73, Folder 40

En Frequencia: monthly bi-lingual magazine and program guide for KBBF, Snta Rosa, CA, December 1979, January 1980: la Virgen and Libertad controversy

Box 73, Folder 41

"Artists Finish Hispanic Mural," article, Oakland Tribune, 8/29/1980

Box 73, Folder 42

"Walls with Tongues...," article in Dutch regarding Chicano mural movement, Intermediair, Amsterdam, Holland, October, 1979

Box 73, Folder 43

"Oakland's ColorfulFederally-Funded New Street," article, Oakland tribune, ca. 1978

Box 73, Folder 44

"The Artists and Their Work - The Role of the Chicana Artist," article, Chismearte, Los Angeles, 1977

Box 73, Folder 45

"La Escuelita Teaches Unique Children's Art Class," article by Alicia Bustos,7/20/1977, El Mundo...[?], Oakland, CA

Box 73, Folder 46

Indigena - News from Indian America, Berkeley, CA, Fall, 1976; graphics by Hernandez

Box 73, Folder 47

"Ester, Lupe, Y La Chicana en el Arte," review article, La Razon Mestize, San Francisco, 1976

Box 73, Folder 48

"Women," article on the San Francisco Art Festival, SF Chronicle, 9/18/1974

Box 73, Folder 49

"A Mural is painting Done on Walls by Human Hands,"review of Mujeres Muralistas, El Tecolote, San Francisco, 9/18/1974

Box 73, Folder 50

"The Art of Ester Hernandez," article in Diatribe: People of Color News Collective, May, 1993

Box 73, Folder 51

La Raza Women's Seminar: Chicanas and Latinas in the US, San Francisco State University course reader, Fall, 1994

Box 73, Folder 52

"Salad Bar," Bayview Opear House at Hunter's Point, exhibit catalog, n.d.

 

Series 8 Art Business

Physical Description: .5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Mailing lists, bills of sale, price lists, artist's statements, biographical sketches, resumes, and other material concerning Hernandez's professional business relations are found in Series 8.
Box 74, Folder 1

Mailing Lists

Box 74, Folder 2

Bill of Sale Receipts: miscellaneous

Box 74, Folder 3

Post/note cards, tee shirts accounts information: miscellaneous receipts, order forms, etc.

Box 74, Folder 4

Resumes: 1983-1999

Box 74, Folder 5

Biographies

Box 74, Folder 6

Letterheads

Box 74, Folder 7

Website Stickers

Box 74, Folder 8

Price Lists for Artwork

Box 74, Folder 9

Artist Statements

Box 74, Folder 10

Business Cards

Box 74, Folder 11

Mural Projects: general information

Box 74, Folder 12

Interview: Hernandez interviewed by H. Hyder, ca. 1983

 

Series 9 Art Organizations

Physical Description: 3 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Series 9 holds correspondence, loan agreements, exhibit catalogs, announcements, grant applications and reports, and other material from the many galleries, educational organizations, workshops, and conferences with which Hernandez maintained a professional relationship.
Box 75, Folder 1

American Indian Community House, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Content Note

Opening the Window - Examining the Border, 1997. Featuring the work of Ester Hernandez, Santa Barraza, Elvira and Hortensia Colorado, etc. Performance by Guillermo Gomez-Pena. Invitation, newsletter, correspondence, agreements, etc.
Box 75, Folder 2

American Indian Contemporary Arts (AICA) and Galeria de LA Raza

Scope and Content Note

Indigenous Peoples: No Boundaries - Galeria de La Raza and AICA quincentennial collaboration - correspondence, exhibit info, reviews, brochures, magazine, invitation, etc. 1992.
Box 75, Folder 3

Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center - "1848/1898 @ 1998 - Transhistoric Thresholds"

Scope and Content Note

Conference regarding the historical consequences of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and the Spanish American War. Slide lecture by Ester Hernandez and Gilberto "Magu" Lujan. Ester Hernandez' work is also part of the Chicano and Latino art exhibit. Correspondence, agreements, program, folio, flight and lodging information, etc.
Box 75, Folder 4

Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center: lecture, lithograph

Scope and Content Note

Ester Hernadez commissioned to lecture and create a lithograph in conjunction with Segura Publishing Co., Tempe AZ. Correspondence, contracts, catalog, receipts, flyers, etc., 1998.
Box 75, Folder 5

Bakersfield Art Foundation

Scope and Content Note

Los Californios art exhibit at the Cunniingham Memorial Gallery, 1990, agreements. Ester Hernandez was asked not to submit "Sun Mad" so as not to upset important board members and trustee who part of the agri-business community.
Box 75, Folder 6

Brandywine Workshop, Philiadelphia, PA

Scope and Content Note

1996 Visiting Artist Fellowship to create and complete a lithograph. Correspondence, agreements, brochures, newsletters, catalog, etc.
Box 75, Folder 7

The Bronx Museum of the Arts

Scope and Content Note

Talk Back! The Community Responds to the Permanent Collection, Part II, 1997. Correspondence, brochures, agreements, etc. "La Ofrenda" is part of the permanent exhibit.
Box 75, Folder 8

California Arts Council

Scope and Content Note

Information regarding Ester Hernandez' variou artist-in-community residencies. Notes, contracts, grant information, evaluations, project descriptions, etc., 1970-80s.
Box 75, Folder 9

California Printmakers Society

Scope and Content Note

Information regarding membership, newsletter, etc., 1994
Box 75, Folder 10

Creativity Explored, San Francisco

Scope and Content Note

Ester Hernandez art instructor at this program for developmentally disabled adults. Miscellaneous articles, etc.
Box 75, Folder 11

CSU - Stanislaus - "Valley Grown"

Scope and Content Note

Valley Grown - Mexican-American Visions and Voices from the Central Valley, 1998. Featuring the work of Ester Hernandez, Ricardo Favela, Lorraine Garcia-Nakata, Louis "The Foot" Gonzalez, Jose Montoya, Malquillas Montoya, Ernest Palomino, Celia Rodriguez, Gary Soto, Estaban Villa, etc. Catalog, announcement, correspondence, etc.
Box 76, Folder 1

Centro Cultural La Raza

Scope and Content Note

Information regarding the "GOP" [Graficas, Obras, Politicas] ehibition and problem with return of work, 1996.
Box 76, Folder 2

CreArte, Minneapolis, MN

Scope and Content Note

Dia de Los Muertos exhibit - Ester Hernandez, featured artist, 1996. Correspondence, contracts, brochures, poster, etc.
Box 76, Folder 3

Galeria de La Raza, 1980s

Scope and Content Note

Art activities, miscellaneous correspondence, announcements, flyers, reviews, newsletters, poster, etc.
Box 76, Folder 4

Galeria de La Raza, 1990s [1 of 2]

Scope and Content Note

Art activities, miscellaneous correspondence, flyers, reviews, newsletters, etc.
Box 76, Folder 5

Galeria de La Raza, 1990s [2 of 2]

Scope and Content Note

Art activities, miscellaneous correspondence, flyers, reviews, newsletters, etc.
Box 76, Folder 6

Galeria de La Raza "Defiant Eyes"

Scope and Content Note

Defiant Eyes - Works by Ester Hernandez, miscellaneous information regarding Ester's one person exhibited, curated by Amalia Mesa Baines, with a Chicana artists forum including Yolanda Lopez, Lorraine Garcia, Patricia Rodriguez, etc. Announcement, agreements, reviews, etc., 1988.
Box 76, Folder 7

Galeria Posada "Day of the Dead"

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous information regarding Day of the Dead exhibit, art sales information and artist statement from 1980 Personal Relection exhibit.
Box 76, Folder 8

Galeria Posada "Reflecting Connections"

Scope and Content Note

Reflecting Connections - Works on Paper exhibit with Native American artist Jean LaMarr and Ester Hernandez, curated by Tere Romo. Miscellaneous correspondence, agreements, announcement, etc.
Box 76, Folder 9

Galeria de La Raza, "A traves de la Frontera"

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with CEESTEM (Center for Economic and Social Studies of the Third World, Mexico City, 1981. Correspondence, poster (designred by Rupert Garcia), catalog, loan form, etc.
Box 76, Folder 10

CN Gorman Museum, UC Davis

Scope and Content Note

Native American Studies exhibit, "The Art of Provocation - Ester Hernandez" - a retrospective, 1995. Curated by Teresa Harlan, catalog with statements by Dolores Huerta and Alice Walker and essay by Amalia Mesa-Baines. Catalog, announcement, miscellaneous correspondence, contracts, reviews, visitor responses, etc.
Box 77, Folder 1

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center [1]

Scope and Content Note

Located in San Antonio, TX. Miscellaneous correspondence, call for entries, etc.
Box 77, Folder 2

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center [2]

Scope and Content Note

Located in San Antonio, TX. Information regarding "Contemporary Art By Women of Color" exhibit and symposium, featuring the work of Ester Hernandez, Dolores Guerrero Cruz, Hung Liu, Barbara Jaramillo, Delilah Montoya, and others. Keynote address by Lucy R. Lippard, with speakers: Amalia Mesa-Baines, Rina Swentzel, Yong Soon Min, and Judith Wilson. Miscellaneous correspondence; program; black and white photo of Kathy Vargas (curator), unknown woman, Ester Hernandez, Pedro Rodriguez (ex. director), Hung Liu, and Lucy Lippard; newsletter; folio, etc.
Box 77, Folder 3

Lab Ova

Scope and Content Note

Located in Yokohama, Japan. "The White Project:" visiting artist at Creativity Explored where Ester Hernandez orientated and assisted with their needs during their visit, 1998.
Box 97, 3

Lab Ova: Art Lab Ova workshop report, spring 1999, VHS cassette;" Soupy," Kuri Suzuki, Ring Records #QRI-01, compact disk, 1995

Box 77, Folder 4

Laney College

Scope and Content Note

Laney College Art Gallery. "the Power of the Aztec Moon: Ester Hernandez - a Retrospective" exhibit in 1996. Miscellaneous information, announcement, correspondence, reviews, 5 color photos taken during slide lecture by artist. (Anna Montano - curator).
Box 77, Folder 5

MACLA [Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana]

Scope and Content Note

San Jose Center for Latino Arts exhibit "Transformation: The Art of Ester Hernandez," 1998. Curated by Holly Barnet, Ph.D. Miscellaneous correspondence, contracts, listrs of works, price lists, flers, invite, listings, comments from visitors, catalog with essay by Holly Barnet. Also miscellaneous information regarding MACLA.
Box 77, Folder 6

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum [1]

Scope and Content Note

Chicago, IL, Sor Juana Festival, etc. 1980s-1990s. Miscellaneous activities, reviews, programs, correspondence, agreements, etc.
Box 77, Folder 7

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum [2]

Scope and Content Note

Chicago, IL, exhibit "Art of the Other Mexico - Sources and Meanings," curated by Renee Arceo-Frutos, Juana Guzman, and Amalia Mesa-Baines. National and Mexico City venue. Includes work of Ester Hernandez, Margaret Garcia, Rupert garcia, Carmen Lomas Garza, Luis Jiminez Jr., Cesar Martinez, Celia Alvarez Munoz, Marcos Raya, Patricia Rodriguez, Peter Rodriguez, Rubin Trejo, John Valadez, Patsi Valdez, etc. Includes: catalog, announcement fronm several venues, reviews, miscellaneous correspondence, agreements, etc. 1992-93.
Box 77, Folder 8

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum [3]

Scope and Content Note

Dia De Los Muertos, 1989. Invitations, catalog, receipts, program, agreements, artist statement notes, list of installation artists.
Box 78, Folder 1

The Mexican Museum [1]

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco, CA. miscellaneous information: correspondence, announcements, agreements, etc.
Box 78, Folder 2

The Mexican Museum [2]

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco, CA, touring exhibit "Ceremony of Spirit: nature and Memory in Contemporary Latino Art," curated by Amalia Mesa-Baines, 1992. Miscellaneous correspondence, invites from the various venues, agreements, insurance value forms, reviews, etc. Exhibitors included: Ester Hernandez, Santa Baraza, Josely Carvalho, David Zamora Casas, Jonas dos Santos, Arturo Lindsay, Aida Mancillas, Cesar Agusto Martinez, Pepon Osorio, Marcos Raya, Patssi Valdez, Regina Vater, and others.
Box 78, Folder 3

The Mexican Museum [3]

Scope and Content Note

The Fifth Element - Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Chicano Art, 1992-93. Exhibit and two installations in progress with Enrique Chagoya and Ester Hernandez. Acquisition list includes print from the National Chicano Screenprint Taller, 1988. Miscellaneous correspondence; photocopy of reception list with artists and friends, including Ester Hernandez, Daniel Galvez, Carmen Lomas Garza, Patssi Valdez, Gronk, Amalia Mesa-Baines and other; folio, etc.
Box 78, Folder 4

The Mexican Museum [4]

Scope and Content Note

Retablos en Aztlan: Images of Cultural Homage exhibit, 1991. Artists include: Ester Hernandez, Patssi Valdez, Santa Barraza, etc. Reviews, miscellaneous correpsondence, invitations, etc. This exhibit was intended to be a one person exhibit by Santa, but she did not have enough work completed, so others were invited to participate.
Box 78, Folder 5

The Mexican Museum [5]

Scope and Content Note

Lo Del Corazon - Hearetbeat of a Culture exhibit, 1996. Featured are: Alfredo Arreguin, David Avalos, Judith Baca, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Santa Barraza, Enrique Chagoya, Ricardo Favela, Rudy Fernandez, Harry Gamboa, Eva Garcia, Carmen Lomas Garza, Ester Hernandez, Juan Alicia, Luis Jiminez Jr., Yolanda Lopez, Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, Irene Perez, Celia Rodriguez, Patricia Rodriguez, Larry yanez, Rene Yanez, etc.
Box 78, Folder 6

Mission Cultural Center

Scope and Content Note

Rooms for the Dead, 1990 exhibit in San Francisco, curated by Rene Yanez. Announcement - Renee Moreno on the cove, face painted by Ester Hernandez.
Box 78, Folder 7

Mission Cultural Center, San Francisco

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous programs, etc.
Box 78, Folder 8

El Museo Del Barrio, New York, NY

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous information.
Box 78, Folder 9

Museo de Gravura, Citidade de Curitiba, Brazil

Scope and Content Note

X Mostra da Gravura/Mostra America exhibit, 1992. Also sponsored by the Fundacao Cultural de Curitiba. Miscellaneous correspondence, agreements, shipping information, catalog, etc.
Box 78, Folder 10

National Latino Communications Center (NLCC), Los Angeles, CA

Scope and Content Note

Chicano! History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement video series, 1990s. Ester Hernandez interviewed, and reproduction of artwork in two segments of series. Miscellaneous correspondence, agreements, releases, programming guide, brochures, poster, reviews, receipts, announcements, invoices, photocopies from Ester Hernandez' family archives, PR materials, etc.
Box 78, Folder 11

The Oakland Museum [1]

Scope and Content Note

Vida y Muerte: Day of the Dead exhibit, 1994. Miscellaneous correspondence, invoices, reviews, magazine, artists statements and notes, invitations, etc.
Box 78, Folder 12

The Oakland Museum [2]

Scope and Content Note

Dia de Los Muertos: Ancient Roots and Evolving Traditions exhibit, 1998. Curated by Tere Romo. Featured installations by: Ester hernandez, Consuelo Jiminez Underwood, and others. Miscellaneous correspondence, invoices, agreements, catalog, poster, invitations, etc.
Box 78, Folder 13

La Pena, latino Arts in Austin, Austin, TX

Scope and Content Note

"Women of Hope" exhibit, March -April 1999: confirmation correspondence, agreement, newsletter, etc.
Box 78, Folder 14

Posada de Colores, Oakland

Scope and Content Note

Ceramic Sculpture exhibit, works by Visata College Arts and Crafts Class, Ester Herandez, instructor [n.d.]
Box 79, Folder 1

The Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY

Scope and Content Note

Ester Hernandez Preliminary and Final reader for the PACT (Partnerships Affirming Community Transformation) program. Correspondence, brochures, grant applications, rating information, etc., 1996.
Box 97, 4

The Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY:

Scope and Content Note

Ester Hernandez Preliminary and Final reader for the PACT (Partnerships Affirming Community Transformation) program. TCP/IP connection disk, 3.5" diskette, Apple
Box 79, Folder 2

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Scope and Content Note

Information regarding CARA [Chicano Art - Resistance and Affirmation] and the National Chicano Print Taller acquisition, correspondence, 1995
Box 79, Folder 3

Self Help Graphics, Los Angeles, CA

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence, reviews, postcards, catalogs, reviews, agreements, exhibit reports, certificate of authenticity -print documentation, etc. 1980-90s.
Box 79, Folder 4

Serpent Source Foundation, San Francisco

Scope and Content Note

Submission form for grant.
Box 79, Folder 5

Social and Public Arts Resource Center (SPARC), Venice, CA [1]

Scope and Content Note

Micellaneous corespondence, reviews, catalog reproductions, etc., 1980-90.
Box 79, Folder 6

Social and Public Arts Resource Center (SPARC), Venice, CA [2]

Scope and Content Note

Borders, Barriers and Beaners - Attacking the Myths, 1998 exhibit. Ester Hernandez installation: "Immigrant Woman's Dress." Other artists include Judy Baca, David Botello, Yreina Cervantez, Margaret Garcia, Wayne Healy, leo Limon, Yolanda Lopez, Amalia Mesa-Baines, etc. Miscellaneous correspondence, agreements, reviews, artist statement, packing instruction, installation instructions, miscellaneous notes, sketches, etc.
Box 79, Folder 7

Smithsonian Institute, National Museum of American Art [1]

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correpsondence regarding their acquisition of artwork by Ester Hernandez, etc., 1990s.
Box 79, Folder 8

Smithsonian Institute, National Museum of American Art [2]

Scope and Content Note

Posters American Style traveling exhibit,1998-1999. Ester Hernandez' "Sun Mad Raisins" included in collection, along with the works of Richard Avedon, Rupert Garcia, Rick Griffin, Dorothea Lange, Roy Lichtenstein, Victor Moscoso, Stanley Mouse, Georgia O'Keefe, Maxfield Parrish, Edward Penfield, and others. Miscellaneous correspondence, invitations, artist's release, photographs, etc.
Box 80, Folder 1

Stanford University [1 of 2]

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous project information (Chicana Art Archive, Cesar Chavez week poster, etc.), agreements, newsletters, invoices, poster designs, etc., 1990s.
Box 97, Folder 5

Stanford University [2 of 2]

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous project information (Chicana Art Archive, Cesar Chavez week poster, etc.) Zip drive, Apple format, Adobe Illustrator files, 1990s
Box 97, 6

Stanford University:The Lecture by Ester and Ann, audio cassette 1/28/1999

Box 80, Folder 2

Tanpopo-No-Ye, Nara, Japan

Scope and Content Note

Information regarding Ester Hernandez (as a professional artist and Creativity Explored art teacher) lecture and tour of Japan. In particular, talking to volunteers who will work with people with disabilities. Miscellaneous correspondence, slides of Creativity Explored, audio cassette, etc., 1999.
Box 80, Folder 3

Wright Gallery, UCLA: "CARA - Chicano Art - Resistance and Affirmation" [1]

Scope and Content Note

National Chicano Screenprint Taller, 1988-1989, in conjunction with Self Help Graphics. Miscellaneous information, correspondence, agreements, brochure, etc.
Box 80, Folder 4

Wright Gallery, UCLA: "CARA - Chicano Art - Resistance and Affirmation" [2]

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence, brochures, invitations, reviews, contracts, flyers,announcements, folios, newspapers, magazines, agreements, etc., 1990s. [1 of 2]
Box 80, Folder 5

Wright Gallery, UCLA: "CARA - Chicano Art - Resistance and Affirmation" [3]

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence, brochures, invitations, reviews, contracts, flyers,announcements, folios, newspapers, magazines, agreements, etc., 1990s. [2 of 2]
Box 80, Folder 6

UC-Santa Barbara, "Project Caridad" [1 of 2]

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence, brochures, catalogs, agreements.
Box 80, Folder 7

UC-Santa Barbara, "Project Caridad" [2 of 2]

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence, brochures, catalogs, agreements.
 

Series 10 Art Publications and Books

Physical Description: 5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

In Series 10, anthologies, chap books, paperbacks, and other published material collected by Hernandez are found. A number of the items are autographed and inscribed by the authors, or feature images produced by Hernandez, interviews with or critical analysis of her work.
Box 81, Folder 1

Alarcon, Francisco X. Loma Prieta (We Press, Santa Cruz, CA) 1990

Scope and Content Note

Includes earlier work Quake Poems; autographed and inscribed by author.
Box 81, Folder 2

Alarcon, Francisco X. Quake Poems (We Press, Santa Cruz, CA) 1989

Physical Description: chap book
Box 81, Folder 3

Bergmann, Emilie L. and Smith, Paul julian, eds.Entiendes: Queer Readings, Hispanic Writings, Duke University Press, Durham, NC, 1995

Box 81, Folder 4

Bernstein, Robin, and Silberman, Seth Clark, eds. Generation Q: gays, lesbians, and bisexuals born around 1969's Stonewall riots tell their stories of growing up in the age of information

Box 81, Folder 5

Carvalho, Josely, et al. Heresies Latina, A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, vol 7 no 3 issue 27, New York (n.d.)

Box 81, Folder 6

Castillo, Ana. the Mixquiahuala Letters (Bilingual Press, SUNY-Binghamton, NY) 1986

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed
Box 81, Folder 7

Corpi, Lucha. Palabras de Mediodia/ Noon Words: Poems by Lucha Corpi Rodriguez-Nieto, Catherine, translator (El Fuego de Aztlan Publications, UC Berkeley, CA) 1987

Box 82, Folder 1

Curiel, Babara Brinson. Speak To Me From Dreams. Third Woman Press, Berkeley, CA 1989

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed by author.
Box 82, Folder 2

de la Garza, Luis Alberto, compiler. Preliminary Chicano and Latino Lesbian and Gay Bibliography, "El Arte Sana," Mission Cultural Center, SF, 1994

Box 82, Folder 3

Drescher, Tim, and Goldman, Ruth. A Survey of East Bay Murals of the 1970s 1980

Scope and Content Note

Draft
Box 82, Folder 4

Duarte, Lourdes Sanchez. Inclinense, inclinense (Editorial Factor, Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico) 1995

Box 82, Folder 5

Handel, Jane. Swimming on Dry Land: The Memories of an Ascetic Libertine (Spider Woman Press, San Francisco, CA) 1990

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed
Box 82, Folder 6

Hernandez, Guillermo. Canciones de la Raza: Songs of the Chicano Experience (El Fuego de Aztlan, UC Berkeley, CA) 1978

Scope and Content Note

Songbook
Box 82, Folder 7

Leibowitz, Herbert, ed. Parnassus, Poetry in Review, vol 20 no 1 and 2, 1995

Box 82, Folder 8

Lopez, Erika. Lap Dancing for Mommy (Seal Press, Seattle, WA) 1997

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed
Box 82, Folder 9

Lopez, Yolanda M. Works: 1975-1978 (Exhibit catalog, Mandeville Center for the Arts, La Jolla, CA) 1978

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed by author ["For Irene..."[Perez?]]
Box 83, Folder 1

Lumsden, Ian. Homosexuality: Society and the State in Mexico, Canadian Gay Archives, Toronto, CA, 1991

Box 83, Folder 2

Montoya, Jose. Information - 20 Years of Joda (Chusma House Publications, San Jose, CA) 1992

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed
Box 83, Folder 3

Montoya, Jose. El Sol Y Los De Abajo and other R.C.A.F. poems[*] (Ediciones Pocho-Che, San Francisco, CA) 1972

Physical Description: newspaper

Scope and Content Note

*[RCAF: Rebel Chicano Art Front alias The Royal Chicano Air Force]
Box 83, Folder 4

Moraga, Cherrie. The Last Generation: Prose and Poetry, South End Press, Boston,MA, 1993

Box 83, Folder 5

Moraga, Cherrie. Loving in the War Years (south end press, Boston, MA) 1983

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed by author
Box 83, Folder 6

Morales, Rodolfo. Juegos y Evocaciones (Exhibit catalog, The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, CA) 1996

Scope and Content Note

Autographed.
Box 83, Folder 7

Noriega, Chon A., ed. Chicanos and Film: Representation and Resistance, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, 1992

Box 84, Folder 1

Ochoa, Maria, and Teaiwa, Teresa, eds. Enunciating Our Terms:Women of Color in Collaboratoion and Conflict.

Box 84, Folder 2

Palmer, William J., ed. Contested Spaces in the Carribbean and the Americas:Modern Fiction Studies, Purdue University, Spring, 1998

Box 84, Folder 3

Portillo, Christina, et al.Bibliography of Writings on La Mujer, UC Berkeley, 1976

Box 84, Folder 4

Rebolledo, Tey Diana. Women Singing in the Snow: A Cultural Analysis of Chicana Literature, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, 1995

Box 84, Folder 5

Rebolledo, Tey Diana, and Rivero, Eliana S., eds. Infinite Divisions: An Anthology of Chicana Literature (The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ) 1993

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed by Rebolledo
Box 84, Folder 6

Reynoso, Antonio Gonzalez, curator/ed. Frida Kahlo, 1907-1954: The Collection of Dolores Olmedo Patino (exhibit catalog, Plaza de la Raza, Los Angeles, CA) 1987

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed by translators Holly Barnet-Sanchez, Marcos T. Sanchez
Box 85, Folder 1

Roscoe, Will, ed. Living the Spirit: A Gay American Indian Anthology, 1988

Box 85, Folder 2

Roth, Moira, ed. Connecting Conversations: Interviews with 28 Bay Area Women Artists, Eucalyptus Press, Oakland, CA, 1988

Box 85, Folder 3

Rubio, Celia de la Riva. Lagrinas y Cadenas/ Chains and Tears: Gay Feminist Prose and Poetry, Morelia, MX, 1994

Box 85, Folder 4

Soto, Gary. Small Faces (Arte Publico, University of Houston, TX) 1986

Scope and Content Note

Autographed
Box 85, Folder 5

Trujillo, Carla, ed. Chicana Lesbians: The Girls Our Mothers Warned Us About, Third Woman Press, Berkeley, CA, 1991 (2 copies)

Box 86, Folder 1

Trujillo, Carla, ed. Living Chicana Theory, Third Woman Press, Berkeley, Ca, 1998

Box 86, Folder 2

Villanueva, Tino, ed. Imagine - International Chicano Poetry Journal; Arte Chicano Issue, Summer Winter, 1986, Boston, MA

Box 86, Folder 3

a la brava: A Queer Latino/a Zine, Issue #1, January, 19967; Issue #3, Winter 1996/1997

Box 86, Folder 4

Americas and Latinas: A Journal of Women and Gender, 1995

Box 86, Folder 5

The Art of Provocation; Ester Hernandez, A Retrospective, exhibition monograph, CN Gorman Museum, UC Davis, 1995

Box 86, Folder 6

Art of the Other Mexico: Sources and Meaning, exhibit catalog, The Mexican Fine Arts Museum, Chicago, 1993-1995

Box 86, Folder 7

Bearing Witness/Sobre Viviendo: Anthology of Native American and Latina Women, CALYX: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, Vol. 8 No. 2, Corvallis, OR, Spring, 1984

Scope and Content Note

includes work by Ester Hernandez, Cherrie Moraga, Julia Alvarez, Linda Lomahaftewa, Lillian Pitt, Paula Gunn Allen, etc.
Box 87, Folder 1

Calacas del Taller Grafica Popular 1989

Physical Description: newspaper
Box 87, Folder 2

Ceremony of Memory: New Expressions in Spirituality Among Contemporary Hispanic Artists, exhibition guide, Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM, 1988

Box 87, Folder 3

Cipactli: San Francisco State University, Winter/Spring 1995 [autographed and inscribed by Juanita Chavez, daughter of Dolores Huerta]

Box 87, Folder 4

Day of the Dead - the Tex/Mex Tradition (exhibit catalog, The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, TX; booklet attributed to Kay Turner and Pat Jasper) 1988

Box 87, Folder 5

Dia de los Muertos: exhibition held at the Alternative Museum, New York City, NY

Scope and Content Note

An exhibition based on the Mexican and Central American annual tradition celebrating and honoring the dead, co-curated by the Alternative Museum and Galeria de la Raza and the Mission Cultural Center, SF; exhibition catalog includes work by Mariana Yampo
Box 87, Folder 6

Evocando El Paraiso: Reflections on the Works of Cristina Emmanuel, monograph, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, March 1989

Box 87, Folder 7

En Frequencia: monthly bi-lingual magazine and program guide, KBBF, FM 89, December 1979, January 1980

Box 87, Folder 8

Encuentro: Invasion of the Americas and the Making of the Mestizo, exhibition guide, SPARC (Social and Public Aret Resource Center), Venice, CA, 1991

Box 87, Folder 9

Ester Hernandez, monograph, Galeria de la Raza, June, 1988

Box 87, Folder 10

Ex profeso: recuento de afinidades colectiva plastica contemporanea, exhibit guide, Museo Universitario del Chopo, MX, 1989

Box 87, Folder 11

Fiberarts: The Magazine of Textiles, Sept/Oct 1995, vol 22 no. 2

Scope and Content Note

[pg. 19, New Works: The Sacred Jump, tapestry by Consuelo Jimenez Underwood?]
Box 87, Folder 12

Florilegia: a Retrospective, CALYX: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, Corvallis, OR, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Includes work by Ester Hernandez, Julia Alvarez, Pat Mora, Margaret Randall, Gail Tremblay, and many others.
Box 87, Folder 13

La Frontera/The Border: Art About the Mexico/United States Border Experience, exhibition guide, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, 1993

Flat Box 88, 1

Con To' Los Hierros: A Retrospective of the Work of Pepon Osorio, exhibition guide, El Museo del Barrio, New York, 1991

Flat Box 88, 2

Dia De Los Muertos, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum (Chicago) catalog covering exhibits 1987-1990,

Flat Box 88, 3

Francisco Toledo: A Retrospective of his Graphic Works, exhibition guide, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago, 1988

Flat Box 88, 4

Biombo Negro: La Revista de los Comensales del Crimen, vol 1 no. 5, April -May, 1993(?), Mexico, D.F.

Flat Box 88, 5

Biombo Negro: La Revista de los Comensales del Crimen, vol 2 no. 8, November- December, 1994, Mexico, D.F.

Box 89, Folder 1

Intimate Lives, Women and Their Work: Work by Ten Contemporary Latina Artists, exhibition guide,Austin, TX, ca. 1990

Box 89, Folder 2

La Morena 1993: Women of Color in the Arts, Datebook Calendar, Morena Newspaper, Berkeley, CA.

Scope and Content Note

Dedicated to the memory of Eva Carole Garcia; featuring Amy Tan, Terry MacMillan, Faith Ringold, janice Mirikitani, Sandra Cisneros, Rosie Perez, Ester Hernandez, Sonia Sanchez, Lorraine Hansberry, Jean LaMarr, Guadalupe Garcia, etc.
Box 89, Folder 3

Les Voz: Revista de Cultura Lesbica Feminista, para todos las mujeres, No 9 Diciembre - Enero, Algarin, MX, 1998[?]

Box 89, Folder 4

Miscellaneous Writings: pre-Colubian Goddesses

Box 89, Folder 5

Mutual Influences/Influencias Mutuas, exhibition guide, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, TX, (n.d.)

Box 89, Folder 6

Parnassus: Poetry in Review, vol 17, no. 1, New York, NY 1992

Scope and Content Note

Features work by: Ester Hernandez, Carmen Lomas Garza, Yong Soon Min,Carrie Mae Weems, etc.
Box 89, Folder 7

Past Presence: A Circle of Women's Vision 1987

Scope and Content Note

Catalog exhibition, Corvallis Arts Center, Oregon; Hernandez mentioned as exhibitor
Box 89, Folder 8

Photographic Memories of an Aboriginal Savant - Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie, exhibit brochure, UC Davis, 1994

Box 89, Folder 9

Portfolio: American Indian Contemporary Arts, 1986

Box 89, Folder 10

Portfolio: American Indian Contemporary Arts III, 1991

Box 89, Folder 11

Primera Antologia del Archivo Popular de la Mujer, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Stanford University, n.d.

Box 89, Folder 12

Quincentennial Articles

Box 89, Folder 13

The Resurrection of Miguel Marmol, booklet with selected text from Eduardo Galeano's the Century of Wind

Box 89, Folder 14

Rethinking Columbus - Teaching About the 500th Anniversary of Columbus' Arrival in America

Box 89, Folder 15

"A Salute to Latinas in the Arts," Crossroads, May 1993

Box 90, Folder 1

Santa Barraza (exhibit catalog, Galeria Posada, Sacramento, CA) 1992

Box 90, Folder 2

El Teatro Campesino: The First Twenty Years.... 1985

Scope and Content Note

Booklet produced for Twentieth Anniversary Celebration, held at the Westin St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco.
Box 90, Folder 3

Venus Envy Chapter One, Amalia Mesa-Baines, exhibit guide, Whitnet Museum of Art, New York,1993

Box 90, Folder 4

Ya Vas, Carnal: Poetry by Rodrigo Reyes, Francisco X. Alarcon, Juan Pablo Gutierrez (Humanizarte Publications, San Francisco, CA) 1985

Scope and Content Note

Autographed and inscribed by authors Reyes and Gutierrez
 

Series 11 United Farm Workers

Physical Description: 2.5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

A member of the United Farm Workers of America, Hernandez collected material and took photographs of marches, demonstrations, and appearances by UFW leaders, which appear in Series 11. In particular, she documented the funeral of Cesar Chavez and the subsequent Peregrenacion march in honor of Chavez, mostly in slides. Hernandez also recorded in film her friendship with Dolores Huerta, co-founder and First Vice President Emeritus of the UFW. A short subseries contains UFW documentary films in VHS format, and audiocassettes of radio broadcast discussions and tributes at the time of Cesar Chavez's death in 1993.
 

Subseries 11.1 General Information, etc.

Box 90, Folder 5

UFWA: miscellaneous flyers, posters, and bumber stickers

Box 90, Folder 6

Cesar Chavez: Keep Cesar Chavez St. Campaign, 1995; flyer autographed by Dolores Huerta

Box 90, Folder 7

UFW: California Rural Legal Assistance, miscellaneous

Box 90, Folder 8

UFW: Boycott Grapes - 25th Anniversary Commemorative Magazine 1987

Box 90, Folder 9

UFW:Songbook

Box 90, Folder 10

Cesar Chavez: Memorial Press Packet 1993

Box 90, Folder 11

UFW: Miscellanous newspapers

Box 90, Folder 12

UFW: Memorabilia

Box 90, Folder 13

UFW: Ester Hernandez's membership card and related information

Box 90, Folder 14

Pesticide Education Center - Dr. Marion Moses

Box 90, Folder 15

McFarland - Cancer cluster - miscellaneous articles

Box 90, Folder 16

Kettleman City - Incinerator

Box 91, Folder 1

UFW: Peregrinacion/Pilgrimage, march from Delano to Sacramento, March 31-April 24, 1994 1993

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper articles and ephemera
Box 91, Folder 2

UFWA: miscellaneous brochures, memos, media handouts, articles, etc. 1987-1988

Box 91, Folder 3

UFWA: miscellaneous articles, brochures, handouts, ephemera, etc. 1992-1994

Box 91, Folder 4

UFWA: miscellaneous publications: Food and Justice; El Macriado 1987-1990

Box 91, Folder 5

UFWA: Coloring and song books

 

Subseries 11.2 Cesar Chavez

Box 91, Folder 6

Cesar Chavez: photocopies of news articles regarding Chavez's death 1993

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 91, Folder 7

Cesar Chavez: miscellaneous news articles on street name change 1993

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 91, Folder 8

Cesar Chavez: memorial brochure; Prayer of the Farmworkers' Struggle

Physical Description: photocopies
Box 92, Folder 1

Cesar Chavez's Funeral; Peregrancion March: photographs

Box 92, Folder 2

Cesar Chavez's Funeral; Peregrancion March: negatives

Box 92, Folder 3

Cesar Chavez's Funeral: slides

Box 92, Folder 4

UFW Peregranacion March: slides [1 of 2]

Box 92, Folder 5

UFW Peregranacion March: slides [2 of 2]

 

Subseries 11.3 Dolores Huerta

Half Box 93, Folder 1

Dolores Huerta: miscellaneous articles and announcements

Half Box 93, Folder 2

Dolores Huerta: and Richard Chavez's children, miscellaneous material concerning Camilla and Juanita

Half Box 93, Folder 3

Dolores Huerta: photographs of Cinco de Mayo celebration, UC Santa Cruz 1985

Half Box 93, Folder 4

Dolores Huerta: photographs of birthday parties, etc.

Half Box 93, Folder 5

Dolores Huerta: slides, march on Cesar Chavez Boulevard, San Francisco April, 1995

Half Box 93, Folder 6

Dolores Huerta: photographs, Fight the Radical Right March, San Francisco 1996

Half Box 93, Folder 7

Dolores Huerta: photographs ca. 1996

Half Box 93, Folder 8

Dolores Huerta: photographs, Berkeley, CA ca. 1990 [?]

Half Box 93, Folder 9

Dolores Huerta: photographs ca. 1998

Half Box 93, Folder 10

Dolores Huerta: photographs, 67th birthday party 1999

Half Box 93, Folder 11

Dolores Huerta: miscellaneous slides, photographs n.d.

Half Box 93, Folder 12

Dolores Huerta: computer printouts of Huerta photo (2) n.d.

 

Subseries 11.4 Audio-Visual

Card Box 94, 2

No Grapes, documentary regarding negative health effects of pesticde use, narrated by Mike Farrell, produced for the United Farm Workers, 1992, 13:34 [copy of above], VHS cassette

Card Box 94, 3

Uvas No, documentary in Spanish regarding negative health effects of pesticde use, narrated by Ricardo Montalban, produced for the United Farm Workers, 1992, 13:34, VHS cassette

Card Box 94, 4

Harvest of Sorrow - Part 1 "Field of Workers," n.d., VHS cassette

Card Box 94, 5

Strawberries: The Fruit of Injustice, United Farm Workers, n.d. VHS cassette

Card Box 94, 6

Cesar Chavez's Funeral, night before march, unedited, 1993, VHS cassette

Card Box 94, 7

Cesar E. Chavez: Celebration of Life, 1927-1993, 1993[?], VHS cassette

Card Box 94, 8

Tribute to Cesar Chavez: KPFA radio broadcast, Chuy[?], Amalia Gonzalez, 3 audio cassettes, 9/17/1993.