This collection is comprised of administrative records, organizational papers and history, board reports, meeting minutes,
correspondence, clippings, flyers, dance programs, dance school materials, photographs, slides and audiovisual performances
of Los Lupeños de San José. The records have been kept by Los Lupeños de San José.
Los Lupeños de San José was co-founded (and initially directed) by Susan Cashion and Ramón Morones in 1969 as Los Lupeños
Dancers. Originally beginning as a study and performance group of Mexican dance and culture under the guidance of Daniel Galan,
Consul General of Mexico in San José, and assisted by Guadalupe Suarez, a local civic leader in Mexican affairs, Los Lupeños
de San José also branched out to engage in community outreach and opened a school called Escuela de Danza y Cultura (School
of Dance and Culture).
1 oversized box
2.67 linear feet
Although San José Public Library's California Room does physcially own all archival materials in its possession, it does not
necessarily own the intellectual property rights (copyright) associated with all items (Title 17, Chapter 2, Section 202,
"Ownership of copyright as distinct from ownership of material object). Publishing materials from our holdings requires written
permission from the San José Public Library, along with proper credit given to our institution. For permission to publish
or reproduce, please contact the Lead Librarian of the California Room. Users may reproduce materials for teaching, research,
and private study in accordance with fair use on the condition that they give proper credit to the California Room, San José
Collection is open for research.