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Folder 7

Council of La Raza 1984

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Raúl Yzaguirre, president of the National Council of La Raza of Washington, D.C., invites TR to participate in its Third National Leadership Conference on April 15-18, 1984. TR sends his regrets due to other commitments.
Folder 8

CCM Scholarship Banquet 1984

Physical Description: 20 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

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The Executive Planning Committee of Chicanos in Creative Medicine of East Los Angeles College invites TR to give its keynote on April 25, 1984. TR prepares his speech on "The Importance of Humanities." Includes the original speech.
Folder 9

UCR Highland Clan 1984

Physical Description: 15 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Concha and TR invite the UCR Highland Clan to an informal luncheon to celebrate its outstanding assistance throughout the year on April 24, 1984. Include lists and memoranda.
Folder 10

UCR Annual Open House 1984

Physical Description: 5 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Chicano Studies program of UCR invites TR to give the welcoming speech at the Fourth Annual Chicano Open House. TR's speech defines the importance of a solid humanities education and his growth as an educator.
Folder 11

UCI Literary Conference 1983-84

Physical Description: 25 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Daniel G. Aldrich, chancellor of UC Irvine invites TR to give the keynote at the Tenth Annual Chicano Literary Contest on May 10, 1984. TR prepares his speech entitled "The Evolution of Chicano Poetry."
Folder 12

NMSU Writing Center 1984

Physical Description: 20 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Kevin McIlvoy, professor of New Mexico State University Writing Center invites TR to be interviewed with various writers on May 12, 1984, for the Puerto del Sol magazine. TR accepts and prepares his ideas on literature.
Folder 13

UCR Ed. Abroad Program 1984

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR invites the parents of outstanding students selected to be in UCR's Education Abroad Program for 1984-85 to attend the reception at the University House on May 15, 1984.
Folder 14

UCR Internship Program 1984

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

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The UCR Career Planning program prepares a reception on May 21, 1984, with the corporations and student interns who participated in the job training program with UCR.
Folder 15

UCR Alumni Barbecue 1984

Physical Description: 20 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Concha and TR invite UCR Alumni to participate in an old-fashioned steak barbecue on May 22, 1984, at the University House in Riverside. Include lists of scholars and guests.
Folder 16

UCB Chicano Studies Dept. 1984

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

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Cordelia Candelaria, director of the Chicano Studies Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder invites TR to present a paper on October 22, 1984, on the importance of Chicano and Latin American Studies during its colloquium.
Folder 17

Institute for Humanities 1984

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Harry Wilmer, president of the Institute for the Humanities at Salado invites TR to give a speech on the myth of the Alamo at the Texas Myth Conference on October 26, 1984. TR accepts but dies before he is able to present his ideas.
Folder 18

TR's Cancelled Trips 1979-89

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR's professional meetings or conferences that were either re-scheduled or cancelled due to unexpected situations. Include the UT El Paso and UCR administrations.
Box 28, Folder 1

Angelo State University 1977

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Saúl Sánchez requests a letter of recommendation from TR regarding a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to complete a novel on the migrant workers of America.
Folder 2

Arizona State University 1978

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Luis Aranda, chairman for the National Symposium on Hispanic Business invites TR to participate in its program on September 20-22, 1978. TR sends his regrets.
Folder 3

Austin College, TX 1974

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Nelson R. DeVega, professor of Spanish at Austin College in TX, invites TR to give a lecture on Chicano literature at its Minority Awareness Week on March 13-19, 1974. TR prepares his speech, "The Chicano and His Literature."
Folder 4

Brigham Young University 1973-77

Physical Description: 35 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR participates with the Latin American Studies Department of Brigham Young University on several projects regarding Mexican American literature and education. Include material on the Spanish-Speaking American Challenge Conference.
Folder 5

CSU System Advisory Team 1977

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Material from the California State Universities and Colleges regarding the Presidential Selection Advisory Committee considering TR's candidacy for president in the CSU System.
Folder 6

CSU Sacramento Symposium 1973-76

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Isabel Hernández, coordinator of the Chicano Festival of the Arts of the California State University at Sacramento invites TR to participate in its festival on April 28, 1973. Include general correspondence and program material.
Folder 7

Carthage College: Eger 1976

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Ernestina N. Eger, professor of Spanish literature of Carthage College in Wisconsin requests information on TR's writing and bibliography. TR sends his curriculum vitae.
Folder 8

ETSU Spanish Department 1978

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
María D. dos Santos, professor of Spanish literature at East Texas State University informs TR of her upcoming visit to UTSA on June 22, 1978. TR agrees to give her a tour.
Folder 9

Fort Sam Houston, TX 1974

Physical Description: 20 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Eugene F. Chiminello, program officer for the Semana de La Raza of the Department of the Army at Fort Sam Houston, TX, invites TR to give the keynote on September 18, 1974. Include TR's speech on his ideas on Chicano culture.
Folder 10

Fresno State College, CA 1972

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The foreign language department of Fresno State College in California sends TR information on its bilingual/bicultural program for the academic year of 1972.
Folder 11

Georgetown University 1975

Physical Description: 8 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Estelle Irizarry, professor at Georgetown University of Washington, D.C., invites TR to give a seminar on his novel, Tierra, on November 21, 1975. TR accepts and prepares his seminar entitled "Literatura chicana: metamórfosis."
Folder 12

Incarnate Word College 1972-74

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR participates in various symposia hosted by the Southwest Mobile Institutes of the Incarnate Word College in San Antonio, TX. Include TR's keynote address given on March 10, 1973, general memoranda and conference programs.
Folder 13

Indiana Univ. Northwest 1973-78

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR participates in various symposia on Chicano literature from 1973-1975 at Indiana University Northwest. Some of the lectures are entitled "Creativity in the Barrio," "Chicano Literature and Tomás Rivera" and "Chicano Short Story II."
Folder 14

Instituto Tenochtitlán 1977

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Printed catalog of the Instituto Cultural Tenochtitlán of Seattle, WA. Include detailed information on its various seminars in Mexico City, Morelia and Mazatlán.
Folder 15

Instituto Tecnológico 1972

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Printed catalog of the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudio Superiores de Monterrey in Mexico. Include material on its program and curricula offered through its institute.
Folder 16

Merritt College, Oakland 1973

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Felix Elizalde, coordinator of La Raza Writers Program at Merritt College in Oakland, CA, invites TR to lecture on the development of Chicano literature on June 2, 1973. TR prepares his speech, "Communicating the Chicano Experience."
Folder 17

Michigan State University 1972-73

Physical Description: 7 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Frank Pino, Jr., professor of Romance languages at Michigan State University invites TR to participate in the XVI Congreso Internacional de Hispanistas, August 26-31, 1973. TR agrees to moderate the panel on Chicano literature.
Folder 18

NAUM Extension (UNAM) 1977

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) sends TR a printed schedule of its Spanish Language Program offered at its San Antonio, TX, extension campus.
Folder 19

Northern Arizona Univ. 1972

Physical Description: 3 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Guy Bensusan, professor at Northern Arizona University at Flagstaff requests TR's help in locating Chicano artists for his research on Mexican American art.
Folder 20

Northern Illinois Univ. 1973-76

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR corresponds with Alfonso Rodríguez, professor of Spanish literature at Northern Illinois University on its Chicano literature symposium. Include material from Dave Oliphant regarding his New Breed anthology.
Box 29, Folder 1

Oblate College, TX 1976-78

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Executive memoranda of the Centro Video of Oblate College at San Antonio regarding its Chicano film festival and its participation in the Annual UNDA-USA Gabriel Awards. Contain Silvia Serna's vita regarding her film career.
Folder 2

Oral Roberts University 1971

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The printed catalog and curricula of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Include information on its academic services.
Folder 3

OLLU San Antonio, TX 1976-77

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Amelia Pacheco, director of the Higher Education Leadership Institute of Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio requests UTSA to participate in its internship project for training its international students in education.
Folder 4

Palomar College, CA 1977

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
John E. Valdez, chairman of the Department of Multicultural Studies at Palomar College in San Marcos, CA, invites TR to give a lecture on Chicano literature and culture. Include some Chicano literature from Luz Elena Garzón.
Folder 5

Pan American University 1971-78

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Edward Simmens, professor at Pan American University invites TR to participate in its symposium on Chicano literature on October 7, 1971. TR submits his essay, "Into the Labyrinth: The Chicano in Fiction." Include the symposium proceedings.
Folder 6

Sacramento State College 1970

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Internal memoranda from the Mexican American Education Project of Sacramento State College regarding its curricula and future research plans. Also, thanks TR for his assistance.
Folder 7

SHSU Curricula Outlines 1969-70

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Internal memoranda regarding the Latin American Studies Program proposal for Sam Houston State University. Include curricula outlines, foreign language requirements and notes.
Folder 8

SDSU Chicano History 1975-78

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
José F. Salgado, director of the Centro de Estudios Chicanos of San Diego University requests material on Mexican American history, culture and arts. Include general correspondence with Molina and Martínez.
Folder 9

St. Edward's University 1978

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
St. Edward's University hosts the Advisory Board of the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education and invites TR to participate in its meetings on February 24-26, 1978. Include conference notes and ideas on educational issues.
Folder 10

St. Philip's College, TX 1976-78

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
G.L. Hodges, sponsor of the office Education Association of St. Philip's College invites TR to be a judge for the Prepared Verbal Communications contest on March 24, 1977. Include general material regarding TR's past involvement.
Folder 11

Stanford University 1971-77

Physical Description: 8 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives material from Stanford University regarding several positions which might interest him in administration and teaching. Includes a request by Isidro D. Ortíz for TR's vita for a Chicano Ph.D. candidate pool in the U.S.
Folder 12

Stephen F. Austin Univ. 1972

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Vivian Gruber, professor of modern languages at Stephen F. Austin University of Nacogdoches, TX, invites TR to give a lecture on Chicano literature to her Spanish classes.
Folder 13

Texas A & I University 1977-78

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Margie Sauvageau, coordinator of the Bilingual Conference of Texas A & I University in Kingsville invites TR to give a lecture on bilingual education.
Folder 14

Texas A & M University 1977

Physical Description: 8 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Edwin H. Cooper, chair of the Inaugural Committee of Texas A & M University invites TR to attend the inauguration ceremonies of President Jarvis E. Miller on October 4, 1977.
Folder 15

Texas Tech University 1976

Physical Description: 6 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Wendell Aycock, professor in the English department of Texas Tech University thanks TR for his lecture in the Chicano literature symposium and for the material received. Include letters from Dr. Walt McDonald and Dr. W.T. Zyla.
Folder 16

Trinity University, TX 1971-77

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR participates in various Chicano literature lectures at Trinity University in San Antonio hosted by Dr. Dick Woods and the Association of Chicano Students. Includes an NEH proposal by Woods to publish a book on Chicano writers.
Folder 17

Tulane University 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR receives the TULAS newsletter, from the Latin American Studies department of Tulane University in New Orleans and thanks Richard E. Greenleaf, the director for sending it.
Box 30, Folder 1

Univ. de las Américas 1975

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Edward Simmens, dean of the Universidad de las Américas in Puebla, México, invites TR to give a lecture on his writings and Chicano literature on May 27-28, 1975. TR sends copies of "Looking for Borges" and "Las salamandras."
Folder 2

University of Arizona 1972-73

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Arnulfo D. Trejo, professor at the University of Arizona at Tucson thanks TR for his lecture on Chicano literature at the "Semana de la Raza," May 3, 1972. Include Dr. Juan Rodríguez' letter on Rulfo's influence on TR's writing.
Folder 3

UC Berkeley Publication 1972-79

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Barbara Robinson, chief bibliographer at UCR sends TR a memorandum regarding the UC Berkeley Catalog on "Chicano Literary Heritage." Includes the report by Dr. Richard Adams entitled "Maya Highland Prehistory."
Folder 4

UC Irvine Literary Award 1975

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Juan Villegas, chairman of the Chicano Literary Contest of UC Irvine invites TR be a judge for the award ceremony on May 6, 1975. Include UCI's Chicano anthology and TR's correspondence on Dr. Alejandro Morales' novel.
Folder 5

UCLA Chicano Studies 1976-83

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Published material from the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center dealing with its "National Directory of Chicano Faculty" and "Summary of Activities of the CSRC 1981-82." Include letters from Dr. Juan Gómez-Quiñones and Dr. Carlos Haro.
Folder 6

UC San Diego Symposium 1976-77

Physical Description: 7 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Sherley Anne Williams, chairwoman of the Department of Literature at UCSD invites TR to its symposium on Chicano and Afro-American literary criticism on March 1-3, 1977. TR accepts the invitation and prepares his lecture.
Folder 7

UCSB Literary Interview 1977

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Salvador Rodríguez del Pino, professor of the Department of Chicano Studies at UC Santa Barbara invites TR to be interviewed on videotape and speak about his novel on the Chicano Writers Lecture Series, May 31, 1977. TR agrees.
Folder 8

UC Boulder Memoranda 1973-77

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Salvador Ramírez at the University of Colorado at Boulder invites TR to participate in the World Congress of Sociology at Toronto, Canada, August 18-24, 1974. Contain the conference agenda and TR's acceptance.
Folder 9

UC Denver Symposium 1974

Physical Description: 3 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Francisco Ríos, professor of the University of Colorado at Boulder invites TR to give a presentation on Tierra, at the university on May 6, 1974. TR accepts.
Folder 10

University of Georgia 1981

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
University of Georgia Press sends TR material on the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction. A cash prize of $500 is given to the writer with the best story for 1981.
Folder 11

University of Houston, TX 1972-77

Physical Description: 35 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research material on the Mexican American and Latin American Programs at the University of Houston, TX. Include material on the Raza Contra la Guerra, Contemporary Latin American Literature Conference and TR's lecture to MAYO in 1973.
Folder 12

University of Illinois 1974

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Dr. Anthony M. Pasquariello at the University of Illinois sends TR material on his Ph.D. students' work. Include Thomas Lundgren's work entitled "Mexican and Chicano Short Story: Rulfo, Revueltas, Rivera, Méndez and Leal."
Folder 13

University of Iowa 1976

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Walter Dobian, professor of the University of Iowa sends TR an update on his Chicano literature anthology involving the Macmillian Company, Ray Barrio, Rudolfo Anaya and TR.
Folder 14

University of Minnesota 1976-78

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR sends a letter of recommendation to William H. Edson, chairman of the Search Committee for Vice President at the University of Minnesota, for Dr. Arnold C. Vento. Include Vento's various essays and curriculum vitae.
Folder 15

University of Nebraska-L. 1977-78

Physical Description: 25 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Elaine Jahner, professor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln invites TR to present a lecture at its Second Annual Ethnicity on the Great Plains Symposium in April, 1978. Include correspondence and essays on the theme.
Folder 16

University of Nevada 1976

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Patricia Geuder, professor at the University of Nevada informs TR that she would like to nominate him to the board of the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. TR accepts the nomination.
Folder 17

University of New Mexico 1973-77

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
José Reyna, professor of the University of New Mexico requests a letter of support for the position of vice president of Academic Affairs from TR. Includes a letter to the editor of the Southwest Circle.
Folder 18

University of New York 1981

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
James P. Murphy, chairman of the board of trustees of the City University of New York requests assistance from TR on finding a new chancellor for the university.
Folder 19

University of Oklahoma 1969-78

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Internal memoranda of the University of Oklahoma at Norman regarding the UON Language Review, and the Second Annual Banquet for Alumni on November 11, 1978. Includes a letter to Don Mateo Vara y Vara of the Universidad de Madrid, España.
Folder 20

University of Redlands 1980-82

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Héctor P. Márquez, professor of the Department of Spanish at the University of Redlands invites TR to participate in its Chicano literature symposium on January 1982. TR accepts.
Box 31, Folder 1

USC Chicano Conference 1973-74

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Mary Ann Pacheco, coordinator of the Chicano Literature Institute at the University of Southern California sends TR conference material on the Flor y Canto Festival Program.
Folder 2

USC Education Committee 1976

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Louis Ruybalid, professor at the University of Southern at Colorado invites TR to participate in the IMAGE Education Committee to promote Chicanos/Latinos in higher education.
Folder 3

UT Health Science Center 1974-75

Physical Description: 85 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Harry A. Wilmer, director of the Second Annual International Film Festival on "Mexico: Man, Culture and the Humanities," invites TR to be a panelist at the Chicano Film Perspective on October 5, 1974. Include TR's lecture notes.
Folder 4

UT Austin Memoranda 1974-82

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Elvira Chavaría, librarian of the Benson Latin American Collection at UT Austin requests that TR send his manuscripts to the Mexican American Library Program. Include requests for bibliographies and material on the Chicano experience.
Folder 5

UTEP Administrative Data 1976-82

Physical Description: 70 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Executive memoranda and reports of UTEP regarding its administrative policy on faculty wages and internal problems of the university. Include reports, conference agenda and brochures during TR's tenure as executive vice president.
Folder 6

UTSA Education Department 1974-77

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Internal memoranda of UTSA regarding its Center for Research in Teaching Effectiveness. Include general material during TR's tenure as vice president of administration.
Folder 7

University of Wisconsin 1974-78

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR presents lectures on Chicano literature at the Spanish-Speaking Outreach Institute of the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, during 1974-78. Includes a copy of a Chicano newspaper entitled Tezcatlipoca, and general correspondence.
Folder 8

Yale University Research 1974-76

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
David Montejano, coordinator of the Social Science and Humanities Workshop at Yale University invites TR to speak on Chicano literature on April 5-7, 1974. Includes an essay entitled "The Writing Gap," by Dr. Giamatti.
Box 32, Folder 1

College Board Memoranda 1979

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and memoranda of the College Board of New York regarding its April 9, 1979, board of trustees' meeting. Include information on the Assembly on Education in the Eighties.
Folder 2

Danforth Foundation 1970-71

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and newsletters of the Danforth Foundation of St. Louis, Missouri. Include the 1968-69 annual report, the Danforth newsletter, and a lecture by Dr. Lee McDonald.
Folder 3

Education Testing Service 1971-84

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Education Testing Service of Princeton, New Jersey, sends TR a copy of the Handbook for Deans and Examiners of the Undergraduate Program for Counseling and Evaluation. Includes a letter from the board regarding a new resolution.
Folder 4

Ford Foundation Memoranda 1974-76

Physical Description: 120 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Executive memoranda of the Mexican American Fellowship Program directed by leading Chicano professors for the Ford Foundation of New York. Include lists of the Chicano award candidates and TR's correspondence.
Folder 5

Humphrey Institute 1979

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Peter Magrath, president of the University of Minnesota invites TR to join the advisory committee of the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. TR accepts and plans to attend the meeting on April 19, 1979. Include brochures.
Folder 6

MacArthur Foundation 1982

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Rachel Newton, coordinator of the Prize Fellows Program for the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation invites TR to give a confidential evaluation of Jesús S. Treviño. Includes a Treviño narrative profile and fellowship notes.
Folder 7

NEH Selection Panel 1978-81

Physical Description: 55 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Executive memoranda on the National Endowment for the Humanities regarding new policy and grant applications. Include Dr. Charles Tatum's research project on Chicano literature and general NEH publications and correspondence.
Folder 8

O'Hara Foundation Award 1972

Physical Description: 1 TL

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR sends the Frank O'Hara Foundation a copy of his poetry manuscript, Always and Other Poems, for its poetry award.
Folder 9

PBS Publications. 1979

Physical Description: 50 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Published reports and articles of the Public Broadcasting Service. Includes the article, "Talking Back," by Lawrence K. Grossman, president of PBS and research material.
Folder 10

Rockefeller Foundation 1979-81

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The selection committee of the Minority Fellowship Program of the Rockefeller Foundation sends TR material on the current candidates for the program. Include general memoranda, reports and abstracts on various projects submitted.
Folder 11

Weatherhead Foundation 1971-75

Physical Description: 15 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Richard W. Weatherhead, president of the Weatherhead Foundation invites TR to participate in the conference on "Contemporary Dilemmas of the Mexican/United States Border." Include outlines of TR's lecture and general notes.
Folder 12

Wilson Foundation 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Judith A. Himes, program officer of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation sends TR a copy of "Hispanic Participation in Higher Education: A Focus on Chicanos and other Hispanics in California."
Box 33, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation 1976

Physical Description: 55 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Alan Pifer, president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching invites TR to join the board of trustees. Includes the report, "The College Curriculum," and general correspondence of the board of trustees.
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation 1976

Physical Description: 50 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and memoranda of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching on its future meetings and activities. Include commentary on the future of education and a draft of a report entitled "The College Curriculum."
Box 34, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation 1977

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Board of trustees' memoranda of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching concerning its selection of new council and policy. Includes the Carnegie Quarterly.
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation 1977

Physical Description: 65 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Clark Kerr, chairman of the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education sends TR a copy of the report, "Missions of the College Curriculum," a comprehensive, nationwide assessment of higher education in the U.S.
Box 35, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation 1977

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Executive memoranda from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching regarding its annual board meetings. Include copies of its agenda, minutes and policy reports.
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation 1977

Physical Description: 70 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Internal memoranda to the board of trustees of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching concerning the "Mission of the College Curriculum." Include agenda.
Box 36, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation 1977

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Executive memoranda and published reports of the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education. Contain the reports, "Federal Reorganization: Education and Scholarship" and "Collective Bargaining in Public Higher Education."
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation 1977

Physical Description: 50 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and memoranda from the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education. Include the studies, "Vocational Education and Manpower Training" and "The States and Private Higher Education--A New Era Has Begun."
Box 37, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation 1977

Physical Description: 75 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Internal memoranda of the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies regarding the report, "The College Curriculum." Contains the publication, "From Youth to Adulthood: How Can We Improve the Transition?"
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation 1978

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Board of trustees' memoranda of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching regarding its annual meetings. Contains the report, "Youth in Contemporary Societies."
Box 38, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation 1978

Physical Description: 30 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports from the Carnegie Council in Policy Studies in Higher Education. Includes the report, "Making Equal Opportunity Work: Effective Student Assistance," and Dr. Ernest Boyer's curriculum vitae and views on education.
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation 1981

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Ernest Boyer, president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching sends TR the report, "Higher Learning and the Nation's Future." Include general correspondence and CFAT 1981 financial reports.
Folder 3

Carnegie Foundation 1982-83

Physical Description: 25 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Verne A. Stadtman, vice president of General Services of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching invites TR to the annual meeting and dinner on November 14, 1983. Includes the report, "Study of the American High School."
Box 39, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1977

Physical Description: 25 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Foundation in 1977 selects TR to serve on the new established Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting. Include letters from various public broadcasting directors and articles on the Carnegie Commission and PBS.
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1977

Physical Description: 55 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Commission for the Future of Public Broadcasting memoranda regarding its Programming Task Force Work Plan. Include copies of "A Conversation with Huw Wheldon," by Bill Moyer and "The Status Report of Public Broadcasting 1977."
Folder 3

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1977

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Commission Task Force Proposal outlining programming and guidelines for the advancement of the Public Broadcasting Service. Includes the statement by President Jimmy Carter on the future of PBS and several reports.
Folder 4

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1977

Physical Description: 30 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Summary of Testimony at November 18-19, 1977, meeting of the Carnegie Commission for the Future of Public Broadcasting. Include the reports, "Writing a New Script for Public Broadcasting" and the "Status Report of Public Broadcasting."
Box 40, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Commission for the Future of Public Broadcasting hosts a week-end retreat at Tarrytown, New York, Conference Center. Include conference agenda, reports and ideas regarding PBS future funding and programming.
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 50 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting sends TR reports and memoranda regarding its meeting, February 20, 1978. Include the reports, "Public Broadcasting Audience" and the "Ford Foundation Reports."
Box 41, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 70 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Commission for the Future of Public Broadcasting sends TR material on its Nebraska meeting, April 20, 1978. Contain the reports, "Role of Foundations in Public Broadcasting" and "Financial Practices in Public Broadcasting."
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1977-78

Physical Description: 55 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Reports of the Carnegie Commission for the Future of Public Broadcasting regarding its programming policies and publications. Include the articles, "Heat Shield or Crucible?" and "Summary Report Recommending a Carnegie Commission."
Box 42, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting memoranda on its meeting in Dallas, TX, June 25, 1978. Include the reports, "Television Production in Public Broadcasting" and "Public Broadcasting Training Programs."
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Internal reports of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting regarding its March 16, 1978, meeting. Includes the report, "Independent Television Production and the Public Broadcasting System," and some PBS speeches.
Folder 3

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Memoranda on meetings and reports of the Carnegie Foundation for the Future of Public Broadcasting. Include the Corporation for Public Broadcasting newsletters, annual reports and "Effects of Cable on Public Television."
Box 43, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1977-78

Physical Description: 75 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published Reports of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting regarding its policy and financial records. Include the reports, "Getting to Seseme Street" and the "Open Testimony Before the Carnegie Commission."
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting regarding its current projects. Contain information on station visits and various reports entitled "Newsroom," "Nova" and the "Adams Chronicles."
Box 44, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting sends TR material regarding its meeting in Boston, May 19, 1978. Include the reports, "Public Broadcasting: State of the Art" and the "Testimony before the Carnegie Commission."
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and memoranda of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting. Include the reports, "Originality and Pluralism," "Public Radio," "The Golden Age" and "The Local Broadcast Schedule."
Box 45, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting sends TR material on the Public Research Symposium, February 6, 1978. Contains the report, "Picasso vs. Ascertainment," a Carnegie Quarterly and RE:ACT newsletter for children.
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting sends TR material on its meeting in New York, July 18, 1978. Include the reports, "Local Programming and Public Television" and "Models for Congressional Support of PBS."
Folder 3

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1978

Physical Description: 70 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and memoranda of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting. Include the reports, "Innovative Uses of Telecommunications" and "Testimony Before the Carnegie Commission."
Box 46, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1977-78

Physical Description: 70 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and memoranda of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting regarding its policy and current programming ideas. Contain the reports, "Public Radio," "Inside the FCC" and "Community Service Grants."
Folder 2

Carnegie Foundation/PBS 1976-80

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting sends TR material on the PBS Program Service Planning Book. Also, contains internal memoranda from Dr. William McGill and Shelia Mahony regarding future meetings and activities.
Box 47, Folder 1

Times Mirror Corporation 1981

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Internal memoranda of the board of directors of the Times Mirror Corporation regarding its meeting, December 2, 1981. Include agenda and quarterly reports of the Times Mirror Corporation stock to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Folder 2

Times Mirror Corporation 1981-83

Physical Description: 30 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Quarterly reports of the Times Mirror Corporation stock to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Include its annual financial statements and investment charts.
Box 48, Folder 1

USC Library Services 1972

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Robert Haro, university librarian at USC writes an article, "Academic Library Services for Mexican Americans," regarding the need for libraries to recruit more Chicanos and to purchase more Chicano/Latino material.
Folder 2

ETS Achievement Tests 1971-72

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Achievement Test booklet prepared for the College Entrance Examination Board by the Educational Testing Service.
Folder 3

Agrupación de Presos 1974

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Prison activists of the Agrupación de Presos in El Paso, TX, send TR information about human rights violations occurring in prison and requests his help in improving conditions.
Folder 4

Air Logistic Center 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
John R. Kelly, Jr., major general of the United States Air Force invites TR to visit its Air Logistics Center in San Antonio, TX. TR calls to confirm meeting.
Folder 5

American G.I. Forum 1976-78

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Antonio G. Morales, chairman of the American G.I. Forum invites TR to attend its State Convention in Fort Worth, TX, on July 8-10, 1976. Include general correspondence.
Folder 6

American Graduate School 1974

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The American Graduate School of International Management sends TR information on its master's program and admissions policy.
Folder 7

American Institute 1967

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The American Institute of Foreign Trade in Phoenix, AZ, sends TR material on its curriculum leading to a master's degree in foreign trade.
Folder 8

André Paquette Associates 1975

Physical Description: 5 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Fr.
Language instruction material from André Paquette Company sent to TR for the teaching of French.
Folder 9

Announcements/Symposium 1973

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Published brochures on various conferences and symposia on Chicano literature and Latin American Studies in the U.S.
Folder 10

Appalachian America 1973

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Harry M. Caudill writes on poverty and wealth in middle America in his article, "O, Appalachia." First published in the Intellectual Digest journal.
Folder 11

Bilingual Education 1975

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Bilingual Curriculum Advisory Committee of San Antonio sends TR a copy of its newsletter, Aquí y Alla- En el Mundo Bilingüe, updating him on current activities and projects in the San Antonio public elementary schools.
Folder 12

Texas Teacher Education 1975

Physical Description: 5 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Lynn C. Conner, chairperson of the Texas Association of the School Personnel Administrators sends UTSA Teacher Education Guidelines for students interested in teaching.
Folder 13

Chicano/Latino Articles 1972-74

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Jorge Bustamante sends TR a copy of his essay, "El poder chicano en el distrito federal," dealing with the first seminar in Mexico City on the Chicano movement. Include various articles on politics, education and mental health.
Folder 14

Atlantic Council of U.S. 1977

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Atlantic Council of the United States send TR a copy of General John W. Vogt, USAF report entitled "Improving NATO Force Capabilities," dealing with the major developments and trends affecting the NATO community and security.
Folder 15

Austin School District 1974

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dorice Kemp, director for Project Assist of the Austin Independent School District sends TR material on its program and activities. Includes the Leer en Acción newsletter.
Folder 16

Barriology Test C/S 1970

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
A Chicano writer sends TR a copy of his Barriology Test C/S dealing with Chicano slang and barrio culture. Includes a rating list which defines the level of expertise. (C/S means Con Safos, a Chicano slang for free and exempt from danger.)
Folder 17

Bell and Howell Company 1975

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published brochures on audio-visual aids of the Bell and Howell company available to schools and universities.
Folder 18

Bicultural Education 1972

Physical Description: 15 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Guillermo Lux, professor of History at New Mexico Highlands University sends TR a copy of his paper, "Biculturalizing New Mexican Education," dealing with the development of the Chicano community in Aztlán.
Folder 19

Bexar County Jail Program 1977

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes a letter of recommendation to Judge Blair Reeves of San Antonio in support of the positive alternatives proposal for the Bexar County Jail Education Program created by Dr. John F. Knoll and the Reverend Harry Martin.
Folder 20

Bilingual Education 1975

Physical Description: 10 AMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Bilingual Program Development Center of San Antonio sends TR material on its educational programs for primary and secondary schools. Include TR's notes on programs.
Folder 21

Bilingual Education 1971

Physical Description: 2 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR outlines his ideas on developing a strong bilingual education program at UTSA, by requesting information from colleges and universities with existing bilingual programs.
Folder 22

Black Leadership: U.S. 1975

Physical Description: 60 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A syllabus entitled "Black Leadership in America," dealing with educational contributions made by African Americans in U.S. history. Include material on Harriet Tubman to Martin Luther King Jr., and a bibliography on films and books.
Box 49, Folder 1

Career Interest Survey 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A career interest survey developed to evaluate the level of understanding Chicano students have of the business world.
Folder 2

Centro de Barrio 1978

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Johnny Zamarripa, social worker of the Centro del Barrio office invites TR to attend its Summer Festival Fund-Raiser and be a judge of its ballet folklórico and musical groups. TR writes: "Es para mí un placer y, más un honor..."
Folder 3

Carrascolendas Program 1972

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Center for Communication Research at UT Austin sponsors a National Scale Evaluation of Carrascolendas Public Television Program. Include material on the field experiment tests to Mexican American children.
Folder 4

Carrascolendas Program 1971-73

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published material of the Center for Communication Research at UT Austin. Include material from the Carrascolendas Program and La Raza Conference, "Towards a Philosopy of Education for the Mexican American."
Folder 5

CIE Media Central 1972-75

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Center for Internationalizing the Study of English sends TR material on its various projects and publications available for purchase or rental to universities. The information include poetry, film and audio-cassettes.
Folder 6

Centro Cultural de Pueblo 1977

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Foundation for Mexican American Affairs invites TR to attend its Chicano Arts Theatre program on April 18, 1977, at the Centro Cultural del Pueblo meeting in San Antonio.
Folder 7

Chaparral Travel 1974-75

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
General receipts and memoranda regarding travel arrangements made by TR with the Chaparral Travel Agency in San Antonio.
Folder 8

Charles H. Revson, Inc. 1978

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Eli Evans, chairman of the Charles H. Revson Foundation sends TR his article, "The City, South and Caribbean." Include general correspondence regarding the foundation.
Folder 9

Chicano Ph.D. Listings 1974

Physical Description: 55 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Gustavo Valadez, professor at Stanford University sends TR a Chicano Ph.D. listing compiled in 1974. It contains a national list of Mexican American and Latino scholars.
Folder 10

Chicano Professionals 1974

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Gustavo M. Quesada and Dr. Cervando Martínez prepare a manuscript entitled Chicano Professionals, and invite TR to contribute a chapter on the Chicano writer. TR accepts.
Folder 11

Child Development Program 1972-73

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Josue Cruz, assistant director of the Child Development Associate Consortium requests information regarding available UTSA teaching positions. Include his curriculum vitae.
Folder 12

University Education 1972

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Louis T. Benezet, president of the State University of New York at Albany writes an essay on the crisis in the modern university entitled "Should Students Have a Voice in What They're Taught?" published by the Chronicle, in 1972.
Folder 13

Cinco de Mayo Celebration 1975

Physical Description: 1 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research material on TR's visit to Johnston High School for its Cinco de Mayo celebration hosted by the Chicano Club.
Folder 14

Clear Lake Area Project 1977

Physical Description: 4 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Louis J. Rodríguez, president of the Clear Lake Area Economic Development Foundation sends TR memoranda on its new housing development in Houston, TX.
Folder 15

College Board Tests 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research material on the SAT scores and minority students developed by the Admissions Testing Programs. Includes the article, "Questions You Asked About College Board Tests."
Folder 16

Commission for Teachers 1973

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Commission for Teacher Preparation and Licensing sends TR a copy of its Bilingual Specialist Guidelines prepared to assist institutions to develop professional programs.
Folder 17

University of Illinois 1970

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Darrel L. Murray, professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago writes an essay on teaching entitled "The Component of a Module," describing the best way to teach independent ideas.
Folder 18

Contemporary Arts Museum 1977

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR is invited to attend the Chicano Art Exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, TX, on August 21, 1977, sponsored by ¡Dále Gas! artists. Include loan agreement.
Folder 19

Library of Congress 1971

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Library of Congress sends TR a "Copyright Pamphlet," for 1971 and an application to copyright a book published in the U.S.
Folder 20

Council on Entrance Board 1978

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Information on the advice council of the College Entrance Examination Board. Include the reports, "Bilingual Education and the Hispanic Challenge" and the "Report on Student Involvement in the College Board."
Folder 21

Crystal City Project 1977

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Teacher Corps Writing Project of Crystal City, TX, sends TR a copy of its writing proposal, outlining the projects, goals and activities from 1977 to 1979.
Box 50, Folder 1

¡Dále Gas! Chicano Art 1977

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston, TX, invites TR to attend its ¡Dále Gas! Chicano Art Exhibition on August 20, 1977.
Folder 2

Danforth Foundation 1971

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Memoranda and reports from the Danforth Foundation regarding its symposia and meetings for the following year. Include the reports, "The University and Political Involvement" and "The Evaluation of the Danforth Associate Program."
Folder 3

Development Associates 1973

Physical Description: 1 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Bob Cervantes, consultant of the Development Associates, requests assistance in promoting a Chicana/o for a new bilingual position for its management and governmental firm.
Folder 4

University of Zaire 1976

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The African American Institute of Washington, D.C., invites Lobho-Lwa-Djugu Djugu, director for Academic Affairs of the National University of Zaire, to tour America. One of his stops is at UTSA and TR acts as chief liaison.
Folder 5

Department of Justice 1976-78

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Community Relations Service of the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., sends TR data on research and development. Include the reports, "Mediation in Michigan" and "Influences of Social Organizations on Dispute Processing."
Box 51, Folder 1

Economics of Chicanos 1973

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The U.S. Department of Labor Statistics prepares the report, "The Economic Situation of Spanish Americans," an overview of problems affecting the Chicano/Latino community, first published in the Monthly Labor Review, in 1973.
Folder 2

Epidemiology Research 1974

Physical Description: 30 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Dr. Gustavo Quesada at Texas Tech University sends TR his new research report entitled "The Epidemiology of Acceptance of Mental Health Service," dealing with Latino attitudes toward the health professions in South Texas.
Folder 3

Education of the Chicano 1972-73

Physical Description: 40 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Bibliographic material on the Chicano/Latino population of the United States. Contain the reports entitled "Spanish for Native Speakers," "Education for the Mexican American" and "The Academic Plan for Chicano Studies."
Folder 4

Edgewood I.S.D., TX 1973

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Enrique Barrera, director of the Career Opportunities Program of San Antonio sends TR his proposal to the United States Commission on Civil Rights dealing with the training of more Chicano educators for the American Southwest.
Folder 5

Encyclopaedia Britannica 1974

Physical Description: 5 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Ernece B. Kelly, filmstrip producer of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, requests permission to use an excerpt from TR's novel, Tierra, for his filmstrip on Chicano literature.
Folder 6

UTSA Anthropology Dept. 1973

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Thomas C. Greaves, professor of anthropology at UTSA sends TR a copy of his essay, "En busca de un pluralismo en los Andes."
Folder 7

El Dorado Distributors 1970

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
El Dorado Chicano Book Distributors of San Francisco sends TR bibliographies of current books on the market. Include Ernesto Galarza's Colección mini-libros para niños.
Folder 8

UTSA Executive Center 1974

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Jim Gugle, general manager of the UTSA Executive Center sends TR material on energy conservation for the university.
Folder 9

UTSA office Equipment 1973-74

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
office manuals on electronic equipment purchased for the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Folder 10

Ethics in Education 1973

Physical Description: 15 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research articles on education and ethics in the university. Include the essays, "The Ethical Crisis in Education," "The Future of Anti-Discrimination Enforcement," "Medical Schools at the Crossroads" and "The Shame of Theatre Arts."
Folder 11

Ethnic Minority Research 1973

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The State of Louisiana Ethnic Minorities Studies Task Force recommends that ethnic studies be integrated into the curriculum of Louisiana schools from kindergarten through college and graduate school.
Box 52, Folder 1

Social Science Symposium 1972

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association at San Antonio in 1972. Include the essays, "Mexican American Self-Concept and Achievement" and "Factors Related to Prejudice and Discrimination."
Folder 2

UTSA Transport Proposal 1973

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A proposal on the feasability of a transportation center for the city of San Antonio submitted to the Coordinating Board of Texas College and University System in 1973.
Folder 3

Fellowship Programs 1970

Physical Description: 70 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various research grants and fellowships offered by the Ford Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Urban Administration Fellows Program. Include various proposals submitted to the Texas Committee for the Humanities.
Folder 4

Foreign Language Syllabi 1971

Physical Description: 55 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
General outlines and syllabi on teaching modern languages at the university level. Include Spanish, French and German language outlines by various universities and colleges.
Folder 5

FIPSE Research Reports 1973

Physical Description: 30 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Department of Health, Education and Welfare sends TR material on its Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education. Includes an outline of its goals and objectives.
Box 53, Folder 1

Gómez, Salvador H. 1974-75

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR recommends Salvador H. Gómez for a graduate fellowship in the Mexican American Program of the Educational Testing Service. Include the reports entitled "Governance in U.S. Universities" and "The University Department."
Folder 2

García, Rodolfo G.: Vita 1978

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives the curriculum vitae of Rodolfo G. García and files it for future use. Include material on the Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans in Houston.
Folder 3

Bilingual Education Data 1973

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Joseph M. Montoya, U.S. Senator sends TR the essay entitled "Bilingual-Bicultural Education: Making Equal Opportunities Available to National Origin Minority Students," for his review and commentary.
Folder 4

González, Henry B. 1973-76

Physical Description: 70 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Henry B. González, U.S. Congressman congratulates TR on his selection as the 1974 Sembrador of the Year Award. Include Congressman González' monthly newsletters.
Folder 5

Good Government League 1975

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Attorney Clarence R. McGowan sends TR campaign material on the San Antonio City Council election scheduled for April 1, 1975. Include material from the Good Government League.
Folder 6

City Government Directory 1976

Physical Description: 30 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce sends TR a copy of its Government officials Directory for his perusal.
Folder 7

Guidance Testing Catalogs 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Herschel T. Manuel of the Guidance Testing Associates sends TR a catalog on educational testing material available through his non-profit organization in Austin, TX.
Folder 8

Guide to Hispanic Writers 1972

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR receives a selected annotated list of journals central to the study of Spanish and Spanish American language and literature. This study is entitled "A Guide to Journals in the Hispanic Field," created by Dr. Donald W. Bleznick.
Folder 9

Harlandale High School 1976

Physical Description: 4 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mary E. Daunoy, secondary consultant of Harlandale High School of San Antonio invites TR to give a presentation on Chicano literature on December 15, 1976. TR agrees.
Folder 10

Heffernan School Supply 1973

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR receives a catalog from the Heffernan School Supply Company of San Antonio dealing with material on the Chicano and Spanish writers of the Southwest.
Folder 11

HEW - Publications 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Stanley Pottinger, director of the office for Civil Rights sends all college and university presidents a memoranda and report on its "Higher Education Guidelines."
Folder 12

HEW - Youth Liaison Group 1972-76

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
General memoranda and reports from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare regarding the Youth Liaison Committee and the Special Services for Disadvantaged Students Program.
Box 54, Folder 1

Special Language Training 1971

Physical Description: 20 AMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Special training material on "Individualization of Foreign Language Learning in America," taught by West Chester State College. Include notes on culture and literature.
Folder 2

United Nations Institute 1977-78

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published reports and newsletters of the Institute of International Education of the United Nations. Contain material on its goals and objectives for the 1977-78 academic year.
Folder 3

KWEX-TV, Channel 41 1975

Physical Description: 10 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR defines his ideas for KWEX-TV on the issues affecting San Antonio. Contains a statement on economics, education, unemployment and discrimination.
Folder 4

Kelly Air Force Base 1977

Physical Description: 3 TLS/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
USAF General John R. Kelly invites TR to visit the Headquarters of San Antonio Air Logistics Center and discusses with him ideas for a future graduate program.
Folder 5

Kingsville Public Schools 1972

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Thomas E. Dannelly, curriculum director of the Education Service Center invites TR to participate in its Annual Area In-service Program. TR agrees to participate.
Folder 6

Lackland Air Force Base 1976

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR participates in the Mexican American cultural celebration at Lackland Air Force Base and presents his lecture on "Contemporary Chicano Poetry," on September 16, 1976.
Folder 7

Language Centers/Europe 1971

Physical Description: 55 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Nottingham of the United Kingdom sends TR the report, "The Role and Structure of University Language Centers in Europe," dealing with teaching and research.
Folder 8

Lanier High School 1974

Physical Description: 10 TMs/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR participates with the Mexican American Seniors of Lanier High School in a Latino research project on December 12, 1974. Include various research reports on Chicano history.
Folder 9

"Las provincias internas" 1971

Physical Description: 40 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Richard G. Santos at the Center for Public Schools of the University of Texas sends TR copies of his reports entitled "A History of the Spanish North American Frontier" and "The Frontier of New Spain."
Folder 10

Latino Community: Health 1974-75

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Rodolfo Álvarez, principle investigator of the Latino Community Mental Health Program at UCLA sends TR copies of his reports, "Task Force on Community Mental Health Training" and "Latino Community Mental Health."
Folder 11

University of Chicago 1968-71

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR saves the article by Dr. Benjamin Bloom of the University of Chicago entitled "Learning for Mastery," dealing with the importance of educating all people in the United States.
Folder 12

Literary/Speech Contest 1975

Physical Description: 7 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Conference material of the University Interscholastic League of High School Student's Speech and Literary Contest held at Robert E. Lee High School, April 11-12, 1975.
Folder 13

UTA Modern Languages 1974

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Patricia O'Connor, professor at the University of Texas at Austin sends TR a copy of her research dealing with the professional use of Spanish and Portuguese languages.
Box 55, Folder 1

San Antonio Mission Data 1970

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research material and maps of the San Antonio Missions of Texas including historical facsimile of famous land-grants.
Folder 2

Mexican American Business 1977

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The American Savings and Loan League sponsors its Annual Management Training Program and requests TR to encourage qualified minority students to apply to its program.
Folder 3

Mexican American Project 1973

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Mexican American Study Project of UCLA sends TR a copy of its Chicano bibliography on the latest research books on the Chicano/Latino community in the Southwest.
Folder 4

Mexican American Research 1973

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Chicano resource and background material on the writers, poets, historians and journalists of the Chicano literary and political movement in the United States.
Folder 5

MAUC Internal Memoranda 1973-76

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UTSA administration plans meetings with Mexican American organizations to discuss university-community cooperation in serving the local community and Chicano population.
Folder 6

College Board Review 1974

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The College Board Review releases the report entitled "Mexican American Student Staying Power in College," written by Dr. Richard Pesqueira of New Mexico State University.
Folder 7

UT System: Future Goals 1976

Physical Description: 30 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research material on the "Mission of the University of Texas System: Directions for the Future," held at UT San Antonio. Include the essays, "Societal Needs and Institutional Responses" and "Opportunities and Challenges in Governance."
Folder 8

Modern Language Program 1971

Physical Description: 10 AMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR develops the Modern Language Program at UT San Antonio using the audio-tutorial material available from various companies specializing in foreign language instruction.
Folder 9

Modern Language Assn. 1970

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Modern Language Association's official examinations in various disciplines such as foreign languages, education and graduate studies in business.
Folder 10

Modern Language Assn. 1975-76

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
General correspondence with members of the Modern Language Association regarding the journal entitled Los Ensayistas, and Professor Esperanza Gurza's request for a copy of TR's essay, "Dynamic Intimacy in Chicano Literature."
Folder 11

Montal Educational Assn. 1972

Physical Description: 15 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Montal Educational Associates sponsors various conferences and research projects for the Mexican American community in the Southwest. Include workshop material on proposal writing and for curriculum development.
Box 56, Folder 1

National Hispanic Center 1977

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Antonio Tinajero, director of the National Hispanic Resource Center shares information on his organization developed to promote research in education, government and business.
Folder 2

National Peace Academy 1978

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Eugene C. Bianchi, professor at Emory University in Atlanta invites TR to participate in its National Peace Academy Conference. Include conference agenda and notes.
Folder 3

Newsletters/Bulletins 1972-75

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research material and newsletters on various Chicano/Latino organizations established to promote information and coalition building within the university and the community. Include the journals, Aquila Volatica and Hispanic Culture.
Folder 4

Modern Language Material 1973-75

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Southwest Circle newsletter sends TR copies of its publication regarding its modern language activities at various universities in the American Southwest.
Folder 5

Humanities Research Data 1976

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Newspaper clippings on education, literature and politics in San Antonio and Texas. Include the articles entitled "Inflation Hits the Campuses," "Our Students' Writing Gap" and "Rubén Salazar: The Journalist."
Folder 6

Orta, Simón L.: Education 1971-73

Physical Description: 20 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Simón L. Orta sends TR his research material on Chicanos in education entitled "Tlatelolco School: An Alternative to Chicano Education" and "Occupational Aspirations of Mexican American and Anglo-American Senior High School Students."
Folder 7

Ortíz, Desidoro: Vita 1974

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Desidoro Ortíz sends TR his curriculum vitae and hopes that TR will review it for future employment at UTSA. Include information on Ortíz' expertise in Chicano research.
Folder 8

NY State Education Dept. 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The New York State Education Department funds research for a Teacher Education Program and publishes the report entitled "Performance Education," by Dr. Robert Houston.
Folder 9

University of New Mexico 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Chris García at the University of New Mexico sends TR a copy of his essay entitled "The Political Socialization of Mexican American Children," presented in Oregon in 1972.
Folder 10

HEW Federal Register 1975

Physical Description: 8 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare sends TR copies of its publications. Includes the report, "Privacy Rights of Parents and Students."
Folder 11

University of Denver, CO 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Graduate Business Admissions Council of the University of Denver, CO, sends TR a report on the "Proceedings of the Fact Finding Conference on Spanish Surnamed Students."
Folder 12

Teaching Publications 1971-74

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research material on teaching aids for reading and includes the essay entitled "Centered on Teaching," published by the Danforth Foundation.
Box 57, Folder 1

UNC Education Research 1974-75

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
University of Northern Colorado General Assistance Center sends TR its monthly newsletter, Reflections, dealing with general education announcements and research.
Folder 2

UTSA Business Dept. 1973

Physical Description: 12 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Louis J. Rodríguez, dean of the College of Business Administration at UTSA sends TR his essay entitled "Mexican American Students View of Business."
Folder 3

San Antonio Conference 1969

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Bureau of Educational Personnel Development of the U.S. office of Education sponsors the San Antonio Conference on Bilingual/Bicultural Education. Include the proceedings published in 1969 edited by Ernest M. Bernal, Jr.
Folder 4

San Antonio District 1972-73

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research information on the South San Antonio Independent School District regarding its Bilingual Education Center and its various programs and flyers. Include grant proposals.
Folder 5

Science History Module 1970

Physical Description: 40 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
H.P. Baptiste, Jr., sends TR a copy of his "Science History Module on Contributions of Black Scientists and Inventors During the Nineteenth Century." Include bibliography.
Folder 6

U.S. Government Brochures 1973

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
U.S. government publication lists of brochures and research reports in education, health and finance.
Folder 7

Teaching Techniques 1975

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Professor Arthur Cohen outlines some teaching goals and objectives for instructors entitled "Sequencing Objectives."
Folder 8

SACNAS Internal Memoranda 1976

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Miguel Ríos, board of director of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science sends TR material on its proposal for a minority center for graduate education in science and engineering.
Folder 9

ISA Research Committee 1973

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Fr.
Research Committee on Sociolinguistics of the International Sociological Association sends TR a copy of its monthly publication entitled Sociolinguistics newsletter.
Folder 10

University of New York 1972

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Rolando Hinojosa sends TR a copy of the essay entitled "Who Sank the Yellow Submarine?" written by Warren Bennis, dean of humanities at the State University of New York at Buffalo, dealing with university management and planning.
Folder 11

Texas Educational T.V. 1978

Physical Description: 3 TLS/AN

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Aida Barrera of the Southwest Center for Educational T.V. of Austin, TX, invites TR to participate in its project entitled "Personajes of the Mexican American Southwest."
Folder 12

Southwest Ed. Development 1977

Physical Description: 25 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
James H. Perry, director of the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory of Austin, TX, invites TR to join the advisory board on the planning study for the Institute of Texas Cultures. Include correspondence and notes.
Folder 13

Civil Service Commission 1978

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
William C. Etheridge, director of the Dallas Region Training Center of the U.S. Civil Service Commission invites TR to give some lectures on cultural awareness. Include TR's notes and outlines of his lectures on culture.
Folder 14

University of New Mexico 1972

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Joshua D. Bowen, director of the Village Bookstore sends TR a copy of an essay entitled "The Spanish Language in New Mexico: A National Resource," by McQueen Gray, president of the University of New Mexico, published in 1912.
Folder 15

UTSA Linguistic Research 1974

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Joanne Schackman, a student at UTSA prepares a computer program for research on the Spanish language. Include slang and various idioms of the American Southwest.
Box 58, Folder 1

State Adopted Textbooks 1971-73

Physical Description: 15 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR writes to various book publishers requesting copies of their state adopted language textbooks for his review and examination. Includes a list from the Texas Education Agency.
Folder 2

UTSA Modern Languages 1972

Physical Description: 8 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR develops a UTSA Foreign Language Program which reflects the diversity of cultures in San Antonio and its proximity to Mexico and Central American countries.
Folder 3

Curriculum Research Data 1972

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR collects articles on educational issues such as "Student Evaluations of Teachers" and "The Quarter System: A Threat or Opportunity," printed in Science, and the Texas School Board.
Folder 4

UT Health Science Center 1974-75

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Southwest Research Institute publishes its monthly journal entitled Tomorrow Through Research, and reviews the symposium on "Mexican Culture and the Healing Arts," held at the University of Texas, Health Science Center.
Folder 5

Publication Subscription 1972-75

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Subscriptions and orders to publishers and companies regarding their publications. Include the journals devoted to higher education entitled Change, and the Educational Record.
Folder 6

Texas Chicano Politics 1976-77

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Chicano leaders in the field of human services send TR and the Carter transitional team copies of their proceedings produced by the Chicano Training Center at San Antonio, TX.
Folder 7

Texas Clergy Conference 1972

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UT San Antonio sponsor the Texas Clergy Economic Education Conference to be held at the Lutcher Center in San Antonio on June 13-15, 1972. The conference will deal with the American economy, economics of poverty and social policy.
Folder 8

Texas Municipal League 1975

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Texas Municipal League in cooperation with the Texas Criminal Justice Council develops an anti-instrusion and burglar alarm code for Texan cities.
Folder 9

Teacher Training Data 1971

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Material on training resources in Texas for Child Development Personnel in preparing kindergarten and elementary school teachers. Include teachers' curriculum and reports.
Folder 10

Hispania Journal 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Anthony M. Pasquariello sends TR a copy of his essay entitled "Una causa en busca de comprensión y dirección: la educación bilingüe y bicultural," published in Hispania.
Folder 11

University Consortium 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
James E. officer, executive director of the Border State University Consortium for Latin America at Tucson, AZ, sends TR a copy of his essay entitled "University Resources in the Borderlands."
Folder 12

Ward, Tereshina: Teaching 1975

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Tereshina S. Ward, a bilingual teacher in modern languages sends TR a copy of her proposal of a bilingual education program for the development of teaching material designed to help the bicultural/bilingual Chicano community.
Folder 13

World Educator's Retreat 1976

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Loretta Krause, director of the World Educator's Conference invites TR to attend its Hawaiian Bicentennial Summer program in July of 1976, designed for scholars and teachers.
Folder 14

Writer's Digest Magazine 1970

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A subscription for the Writer's Digest magazine is sent to TR from the publisher at Cincinnati, Ohio.
Box 59, Folder 1

U.S. office of Education 1968

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education of the U.S. Mexican American Affairs Unit send TR copies of its reports entitled "Mexican American Education: A Special Report" and "Status of Education Legislation."
Folder 2

Educational Development 1970

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
David Ballesteros from the American Personnel and Guidance Association at New Orleans, Louisiana, sends TR copies of his keynote address entitled "Counseling Needs of Spanish Speaking Americans," dealing with educational development.
Folder 3

Education Research Center 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Thomas J. Cottle, a member of the Education Research Center publishes an essay entitled "Run to Freedom: Chicanos and Higher Education," explaining the struggles and barriers Chicanos face in advancing in American colleges.
Folder 4

UTEP Chicano Studies 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Dr. Roberto E. Villarreal sends TR a copy of his report entitled "The Mexican American Student: A Brief Analysis of Issues and Attitudes," focusing on the social, political and economic influence education has on the Chicano community.
Folder 5

Educational Development 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Raquel Montenegro sends TR a copy of her presentation given to the Chicano/Latino community entitled "Counseling Needs for Spanish Speaking Americans," dealing with the problems Chicano students face in the educational system.
Folder 6

Bilingual Education 1973-74

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Armando A. Ayala from Sacramento State College, CA, sends TR two reports on Chicanos in education entitled "Rationale for Early Childhood Bilingual-Bicultural Education" and "Humanizing Education for the Chicano."
Folder 7

UTA Higher Education 1980

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Dr. Alfredo G. de los Santos from the office for Advanced Research in Hispanic Education at UT Austin sends TR a copy of his report, "Chicano Students in Institutions of Higher Education: Access, Attrition and Achievement."
Folder 8

NCCHE Board Meeting 1980

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The executive board members of the National Chicano Council on Higher Education meet to discuss the Ford Foundation Post-Doctoral Program. Includes the report, "The Status of Chicanos in Higher Education."
Folder 9

UCB Higher Education 1975-81

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Jess León, professor at UC Berkeley sends TR a copy of his manuscript entitled "The Struggle for Access: Minorities in a California University." Includes the report, "The Chicano College Dropouts."
Folder 10

HHEC Executive Committee 1982

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Hispanic Higher Education Coalition of Washington, D.C., sends TR a postsecondary education survey which will be used to determine the priorities in addressing problems faced by the Chicano/Latino community. Include statistics.
Folder 11

Chicano Policy Institute 1981-84

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The consortium of Chicano/Latino educators send TR notes and reports on its Chicano Policy Institute being developed as a multi-campus project for the advancement of the Chicano/Latino community. Include general correspondence.
Folder 12

Chicano/Latino Educators 1981

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Adalberto Aguirre Jr., professor of Sociology at UCR sends TR a copy of his report entitled "Chicano Faculty in Postsecondary Educational Institutions," dealing with the development and struggles of the Chicano faculty.
Folder 13

Hispanic Policy Project 1984

Physical Description: 4 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Siobhan Oppenheimer-Nicolau, president of the Hispanic Policy Development Project sends Concha Rivera a copy of its report, "Make Something Happen." The report deals with strategies on improving the U.S. educational system.
Folder 14

Educational Development 1982

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Tomás A. Arciniega, vice president for academic affairs at the California State University, Fresno, sends TR a copy of his report entitled "Hispanic Participation in Higher Education: A Focus on Chicanos and Other Hispanics in CA."
Folder 15

Achievement Council 1984

Physical Description: 5 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Kati Haycock, executive director of the Achievement Council sends TR a copy of its planning statement and also its report, "Minority Education in a Dynamic State."
Box 60, Folder 1

Chicano Curriculum Notes 1970

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Luis Cano develops a Chicano curriculum outlining "Mesoamerican History" and "The Mexican American War." Includes the essay, "Social Concepts to Reinforce a Positive Self-Image Among Mexican American Students."
Folder 2

United Organizations 1970

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The United Organizations Information Center from Houston, TX, sends TR copies of its planning statement and start-up budget for his review and comments.
Folder 3

U.S. office of Education 1970

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
U.S. office of Education sponsors the Bilingual Education Project developed to promote Chicanos/Latinos into higher education. Includes the abstract, "Bilingual Schooling in the United States."
Folder 4

Bilingual Education 1970-71

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various research reports on bilingual education published by the federal and state governments. Some of the reports are "A Resource Manual for Implementing Bilingual Education Programs" and "Origins of the Spanish American Population."
Folder 5

Texas Education Agency 1968

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Several reports on bilingual education published by private and state agencies. Include the reports, "Texas Statewide Design for Bilingual Education," "Bilingual, Bicultural Education" and "New Directions for Bilingual Education."
Folder 6

Interamerica Research 1975

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
National Resource Center for Bilingual/Bicultural Preschool Material sends TR various reports entitled "Assessment Criteria for Bilingual/Bicultural Preschool Materials" and "Materials for Bilingual Children: Annotated Bibliography."
Folder 7

American Public Education 1980

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching promotes the revisions on high school curriculum and publishes the report entitled "A National High School Study."
Folder 8

Hispanic Task Force Data 1980

Physical Description: 5 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research notes on the Hispanic Task Force Committee formed to deal with Chicano/Latino relations in the Inland Empire. Include ideas and strategies for future meetings.
Folder 9

Educational Development 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Southwestern Cooperative Educational Laboratory sends TR an Evaluation Report on Teaching which will help promote quality control on teaching and curriculum.
Folder 10

Educational Development 1973

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Southwest Educational Development Laboratory invites TR to participate in its Curriculum Workshop to be held in San Antonio, TX, on January 25, 1973. Include correspondence.
Folder 11

Latino Health Research 1955

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research report by Dr. Rogelio Díaz Guerrero from Miami, FL, entitled "Neurosis and the Mexican Family Structure," dealing with the internal make-up of the Mexican male and female psyche and interrelations.
Folder 12

UTSA Human Resources 1982

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UTSA Human Resources Management and Development Programs publish the report, "A Discriminant Analysis of Career Related Attitudes, Strategies and Progress Between Anglo and Mexican American Females," dealing with economic progress.
Folder 13

Womens Action Program 1972

Physical Description: 1 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Lupe Anguiano, lecturer in Sociology sends TR a report sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare entitled "Women and Ethnicity," regarding her work with the Womens Action Program. Include correspondence.
Folder 14

UCLA Chicano Library 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The UCLA Chicano Research Library compiles the research report entitled "The Chicana: A Preliminary Bibliographic Study," dealing with published books, essays and articles on Chicana/Latina issues and perspectives.
Folder 15

University of Houston 1974

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Center for Human Resources at the University of Houston, TX, sends TR a copy of Dr. Tatcho Mindiola's work entitled "A Demographic Profile of Texas and Selected Cities: Some Recent Trends, 1950-1970," dealing with population issues.
Folder 16

San Antonio Express 1974

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Bernardo Eureste, community relations activist in the city of San Antonio sends TR information on an editorial published by the San Antonio Express, dealing with the issue of "Machismo," and its proper interpretation.
Folder 17

Chicano Political Issues 1971-80

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research reports and articles on U.S.-Mexican Border relations and immigration policies entitled "Chicanos: Strangers in Their Own Land," "Culture on the Border," "The Illegal Alien" and "U.S.-Mexico Relations."
Folder 18

Chicano Political Issues 1970

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research articles on Chicano political issues published by many organizations. Include the articles, "A Report from Aztlán," "Texas Mexicans Win New Rights," "The Chicanos Want In" and "New Breed of Chicanos."
Folder 19

Chicano Political Issues 1969-77

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various articles and reports on Chicano political issues from California and Texas. Include the reports, "Stranger in One's Land," "A Forgotten American," "Perspectives on Politics" and "Emergent Leadership"
Folder 20

Latino Legend and Myth 1970

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various reports on the Chicano/Latino historical development in the Southwest. Include outlines on the essays entitled "A Portrait of the Mexican Americans," "A History of the Spanish North American Frontier" and "Literatura infantil."
Box 61, Folder 1

Mexican American Films 1970-75

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various organizations produce Chicano/Latino bibliographies to promote Chicano/Latino filmmakers, artists, writers and intellectuals. Include companies such as the Atlantis Production and office for Spanish-Speaking American Affairs.
Folder 2

Bilingual Development 1973

Physical Description: 2 AMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Dr. Bruce Gaarder from the office of Education sends TR a copy of his essay entitled "El futuro del español en los Estados Unidos," dealing with the linguistic development of the Spanish language in America. Include some notes.
Folder 3

Trinity University 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Richard Santos, director of the Ethnic Studies Program at Trinity University in San Antonio sends TR a copy of his essay entitled "Sephardic Jews and the Mexican Americans of Texas," dealing with the Jewish community in America.
Folder 4

Regeneración Magazine 1974

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The editorial staff of Regeneración, a Chicano magazine from Los Angeles sends TR a copy of its new issue entitled "La mujer," dealing with social and political issues.
Folder 5

Task Force on Latino Art 1979

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Jacinto Quirarte, coordinator of the Symposium on the Hispanic American Aesthetic sends TR a rough draft of its proceedings transcribed by his staff. The proceedings deal with the literary, social and political elements of art.
Folder 6

Chicano Cinema Coalition 1979

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Severo Pérez, director of the Learning Garden Company, a Latino film and animation organization sends TR a copy of its Chicano Cinema Coalition Report outlining the market potential of Chicano/Latino filmmakers.
Folder 7

Mexican American Art 1972-78

Physical Description: 8 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research reports on Chicano artists and cultural events. Include the essays entitled "Mexican American Art," "Murals of El Barrio," "California Community Arts Under Proposition 13" and "Chicano Murals of the Barrios in California."
Folder 8

Chicano Theatre Reviews 1982

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Theatre reviews on Severo Pérez' play, Soldierboy, produced by Luis Valdez' El Teatro Campesino. Include reviews from San Jose Mercury, Low Rider, and San Francisco Chronicle.
Folder 9

Chicano Film Productions 1981

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The National Council of La Raza invites TR to participate in its Somos Series production on Chicano films. Includes a grant proposal submitted to the National Endowment of the Humanities outlining the Somos Series and correspondence.
Folder 10

Chicano Screenplay: Somos 1981

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
National Council of La Raza sends TR a copy of the screenplay, the True Story of Gregorio Cortéz, written by Víctor Villaseñor for the Somos film project.
Folder 11

Chicano Screenplay: Somos 1980

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
National Council of La Raza sends TR a copy of the screenplay entitled the Milagro Beanfield War, written by John Nichols for the Somos film project.
Folder 12

Chicano Screenplay: Somos 1980

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The National Council of La Raza sends TR copies of its Somos film treatments entitled the Home-coming of Private Salazar and Pocho, produced for the Somos film project by Alejandro Grattan and Lourdes Portillo.
Box 62, Folder 1

American Indian Education 1980

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Sherman Indian High School, an off-reservation boarding school sends TR a copy of its school catalog. Includes a report by William P. Bass entitled "American Indian High School Dropouts and Graduates in the Southwest."
Folder 2

Anti-Defamation League 1974-79

Physical Description: 3 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Ar.
The Anti-Defamation League regional office sends TR a copy of its Israel Perspective, and requests that he publicly condemn the Organization of Arab Students for its anti-Jewish publication in its journal, Al Talaia.
Folder 3

Black American Studies 1971-75

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research on Afro-American studies and programs. Includes the report entitled "The Rap on Religious Rhetoric and Community Development." Contain brochures and pamphlets.
Folder 4

U.S. office of Education 1976-81

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The U.S. office of Educational Research sends TR copies of its many programs and grants for obtaining funds for higher education. Include reports, brochures and programs.
Folder 5

Ethnic Studies History 1970-75

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Afro-American biographies of major civil rights activists and political and social leaders of the black community. Include major leaders such as Harriet Tubman, Marcus Garvey, W.E.B. Du Bois, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X.
Folder 6

Ethnic Studies History 1970-75

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research material on African American leaders and movements. Include the essays entitled "What is Leadership," "Harriet Tubman's Last Trip" and "Nat Turner: Slave Revolt Leader."
Folder 7

Ethnic Studies History 1970-75

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Black American professors create an Afro-American history curriculum and publish the workbooks entitled "A Historical Awareness of American Slavery" and "Black Leadership in America," dealing with the development of black leadership.
Folder 8

U.S. office of Education 1961-78

Physical Description: 7 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
U.S. office of Education publications on various grants and funding for higher education. Include the Fulbright-Hays Training grant and the Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program. Also, contain some brochures and flyers.
Folder 9

National Urban Coalition 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Vicente Ximénes, vice president of the National Urban Coalition sends TR a copy of his "Civil Rights Testimony," before the House Committee on the Judiciary dealing with employment and representation inside the government.
Folder 10

National Reading Program 1972-76

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Northside Independent School District sends TR a copy of its application for federal assistance on its National Reading Improvement Program, focused to improve the quality of reading comprehension in the elementary school level.
Box 63, Folder 1

Carnegie Foundation 1984

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Ernest L. Boyer, president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching sends TR a copy of his speech, "The Educated Heart: The Social and Moral Imperatives of Education," dealing with the future of public education.
Folder 2

Communication Conference 1978

Physical Description: 1 TMs/Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Robert G. Marbut sends TR a copy of his speech presented at the National Federation of Press Women Convention on "The Future of Communications," dealing with changes in our technological world of communication.
Folder 3

CPEC Board of Directors 1984

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The California Postsecondary Education Commission sends TR a copy of its board of directors' report for the 1984-85 Governor's budget. Include notes and correspondence on future meetings and programs of the CPEC board of directors.
Folder 4

National Research Council 1981

Physical Description: 4 TL/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
W.C. Kelly, executive director of the National Research Council sends TR a copy of the report entitled "Reforming Education in America: A Critical Need," by John A. Moore, dealing with the problems and solutions in education.
Folder 5

Educational Development 1983-84

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Christopher C. Fordham, chancellor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill sends TR a copy of his speech entitled "The University and the Public Schools," focusing on the need for strong relations with public institutions.
Folder 6

Curriculum Development 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Ted Andrews, dean of the College of Engineering from the Governors State University at Park Forest South, IL, sends TR a report entitled "Instructional Systems Paradigm," dealing with curriculum development and university policy.
Folder 7

Chicago Public Schools 1983

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The board of education of the City of Chicago sends TR a copy of its "High School Renaissance Program," produced by Ruth B. Love, General Superintendent of Schools dealing with programs to improve academic standards in education.
Folder 8

High School Regulations 1983

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Nathan Quiñones, executive director of the Division of High Schools from the New York Board of Education sends TR a copy of its report entitled "Policy Statements of the Division of High Schools," dealing with basic regulations.
Folder 9

Educational Policies 1982

Physical Description: 3 PrArt/AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Robert F. Sexton, a participant at the Southwest Forum on Higher Education sends TR a copy of his report, "Challenges of Changing Demographics: Policies and Practice," dealing with new issues institutions will face in higher education.
Folder 10

Information Technology 1980-84

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various reports on the communication technology affecting our educational and cultural society. Include the reports, "Hopes and Fears of the Information Revolution," "Technology in a New Era" and "Computing and Higher Education."
Box 64, Folder 1

Chicano Urbanization 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A research study of Alberto M. Camarillo entitled "Chicano Urban History: A Study of Compton's Barrio 1936-70," dealing with the increased urbanization of Chicanos in Los Angeles, CA, published in the Chicano journal of Aztlán.
Folder 2

Ethnic Studies Research 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Cecilia Cota-Robles entitled "Skin Color As a Factor of Racial Indentification and Preference of Young Chicano Children," focusing on responses to racial awareness and attitudes of the Chicano child.
Folder 3

Native American History 1969

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Article by José De Anda on "Mexican Culture and the Mexican American," dealing with the history and tradition of Native Americans and published in the journal, El Grito.
Folder 4

Chicano Language Analysis 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research report of Ernesto García entitled "Chicano Spanish Dialects and Education," dealing with an analysis of Chicano slang and dialects used to express cultural meaning and behavior and published by the Chicano journal of Aztlán.
Folder 5

Bilingual Education 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Article by Joseph Matluck entitled "Language Characteristics of Mexican American Children: Implications for Assessment," regarding the problems of bilingualism in the Southwest and published by the Journal of School Psychology.
Folder 6

Mental Health Research 1970

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
An article by Miguel Montiel entitled "The Social Science of the Mexican American Family," dealing with the psychoanalysis of a Chicano family and published by Quinto Sol, Inc.
Folder 7

American Testing Methods 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A research report of Steve Moreno entitled "Problems Related to Present Testing Instruments," dealing with effects of present American testing instruments and methods with Mexican Americans and published by the journal, El Grito.
Folder 8

Special Education Report 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A copy of Frank Ortega's report entitled "Special Education Placement and Mexican Americans," dealing with the many problems facing the Chicano students in the public school system and published by the journal, El Grito.
Folder 9

"Moctezuma's Children" 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Essay by Dr. Philip Ortego entitled "Moctezuma's Children," dealing with the educational development of the Chicano student in the American public educational system and published by the journal, El Grito.
Folder 10

Educational Achievement 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Essay by Dr. Manuel Ramírez III entitled "The Relationship of Acculturation to Educational Achievement and Psychological Adjustment in Chicano Children and Adolescents," first published in the journal, El Grito.
Folder 11

Educational Development 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A research report of Raymond A. Rocco entitled "The Chicano in the Social Sciences: Traditional Concepts, Myths and Images," dealing with the development of the Chicano in the U.S. educational system and published by journal of Aztlán.
Folder 12

Chicana/o Intellectuals 1969

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Octavio I. Romano, editor of the journal, El Grito, sends TR a copy of his essay, "The Historical and Intellectual Presence of Mexican Americans," focusing on the historical and political development of the Chicano/Latino community.
Folder 13

Humanities Research 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
An essay by Dr. Octavio I. Romano entitled "Social Science, Objectivity and the Chicano," dealing with the philosophical and ideological development of the social sciences and the Chicano intellectual and published by the journal, El Grito.
Folder 14

Mexican Folklore Research 1969

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A research report of Francisco A. Ríos entitled "The Mexican in Fact, Fiction and Folklore," dealing with the early perspectives of the Mexican community by the Anglo American settlers of the American Southwest.
Folder 15

Civil Rights Report 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Guadalupe Salinas entitled "Mexican Americans and the Desegregation of Schools in the Southwest," dealing with the many problems and issues that confront the Chicano community in the United States.
Folder 16

Humanities Research 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Nick C. Vaca entitled "The Mexican American in the Social Sciences 1912-1970," focusing on the development of the Chicano/Latino community in the American Southwest and published by the journal, El Grito, part one.
Folder 17

Humanities Research 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Second research report of Nick C. Vaca entitled "The Mexican American in the Social Sciences," dealing with the development of the Chicano/Latino community in the American Southwest and published by the journal, El Grito, part two.
Folder 18

Chicano Labor Movement 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Devra Anne Weber entitled "The Organizing of Mexicano Agricultural Workers: Imperial Valley, and Los Angeles 1928-34," dealing with the labor movement of the Chicano community and published by the journal of Aztlán.
Box 65, Folder 1

U.S. Civil Rights Report 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights entitled "Mexican Americans and the Administration of Justice in the Southwest," dealing with the many problems of the Chicano/Latino community in the American Southwest.
Folder 2

U.S. Civil Rights Report 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission entitled "Pride and Prejudice: A Mexican American Dilemma," dealing with the problems the Chicano community face on education, economics and politics.
Folder 3

U.S. Civil Rights Report 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Annual report of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission entitled "The Unfinished Education: Outcomes for Minorities in the Five Southwestern States," focusing on the needs and challenges of the Chicano/Latino community."
Folder 4

U.S. Civil Rights Report 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Annual report of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission entitled "The Excluded Student: Educational Practices Affecting Mexican Americans in the Southwest," focusing on the problems the Latino community experience in public schools.
Folder 5

U.S. Civil Rights Report 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Annual report of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission entitled "Mexican American Education in Texas: A Function of Wealth," focusing on the economic potential and problems of the Mexican American communities in the Southwest.
Folder 6

U.S. Civil Rights Report 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission entitled "Teachers and Students," dealing with differences in teacher interaction with Mexican American and Anglo American students in the American Southwest.
Folder 7

High School Achievement 1974

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A research report of Rubén W. Espinosa entitled "Factors Affecting Chicano Effort and Achievement in High School," regarding the development of Chicano/Latino students in public institutions of higher education.
Folder 8

American Southwest Report 1974

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Article by José E. Limón entitled "Stereotyping and Chicano Resistance: An Historical Dimension," regarding the social and cultural discrimination Chicanos have experienced in the American Southwest.
Folder 9

Chicano Labor Movement 1974

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Laura E. Arroyo entitled "Industrial and Occupational Distribution of Chicana Workers," dealing with the history of the Chicana worker in California and Texas and published by the journal of Aztlán.
Folder 10

Labor in the Southwest 1974

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A research report of Tim D. Kane entitled "Structural Change and Chicano Employment in the Southwest," focusing on the development and economic shifts of the Chicano/Latino community in the Southwest, published by the journal of Aztlán.
Folder 11

U.S. Border Research 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A research report of Ray Marshall entitled "Economic Factors Influencing the International Migration of Workers," produced from the workshop on modern dilemmas between the U.S. Mexican border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 12

Estudios Sociológicos 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research report of Dr. Jorge Bustamante entitled "Commodity Migrants: A Structural Analysis of Mexican Immigration to the United States," sponsored by the Centro de Estudios Sociológicos de el Colegio de México.
Box 66, Folder 1

El Colegio de México 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Research report of Sofia M. Villarreal and Victor Urquidi entitled "Importancia económica de la zona fronteriza del norte de México," dealing with economics at the border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 2

Migration Research Report 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Vernon M. Briggs entitled "Labor Market Aspects of Mexican Migration," sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation conference.
Folder 3

Ecological Research 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Research report of José Villasana-Lyon entitled "Problemas en la frontera México-E.U.A.," regarding the ecological problems that have developed along the Mexican and U.S. border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 4

Social Development Report 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Dr. Wayne H. Holtzman entitled "Personality Development and Mental Health of People in the Border States," focusing on social development of people living at the border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 5

Social Development Report 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research report of R. Díaz-Guerrero entitled "Mexicans and Americans: Two Worlds, One Border... One Observer," dealing with the historical and social development of the Mexicans at the border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 6

Institute of Nutrition 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Essay by Dr. Charles H. Teller of the Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama entitled "Physical Health Status and Health Care Utilization in the Texas Borderland," sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 7

Public Health Research 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research paper of Ricardo Loewe entitled "Consideraciones acerca de la situación de salud en norte de México," dealing with public health issues affecting the Mexican community at the border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 8

Latinos in Texas Politics 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Dr. Armando Gutiérrez entitled "The Politics of the Texas Border: A Historical Overview and Some Contemporary Directions," regarding the history of Chicanos in politics and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 9

U.S.- Mexican Politics 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
Research report of Antonio Ugalde entitled "La política mexicana sobre la frontera," dealing with political strategies and issues at the Mexican border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 10

Environmental Management 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Arthur W. Busch entitled "Environmental Management: A Basis for Equitable Resource Allocation," dealing with resource allocation at the border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 11

Mexican Popular History 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Research essay of Carlos Monsiváis entitled "Cultura de la frontera," focusing on the influences that drugs and vice have on the lifestyles of the local community along the Mexican border and sponsored by the Weatherhead Foundation.
Folder 12

Southwest Acculturation 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Essay of Chester C. Christian entitled "Criteria for Cultural-Linguistic Subdivision in the Southwest," dealing with the acculturation process utilized by the Chicano community and published by the University of Arizona Press.
Folder 13

Southwest Bilingualism 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Research report of Dario E. Rodríguez entitled "Some Physiological Aspects of Bilingualism," dealing with the pedogogical and historical development of bilingualism in the American Southwest and published by the journal of Aztlán.
Folder 14

Ethnic Studies Research 1967

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Note

"A Decade of Chicano Literature (1970-1979)" The Roundtable Conference held at UC Santa Barbara on May 23-24, 1980, (S5.B1.F15).
(Left to right: Eliud Martínez, Fernando de Necochea, Luis Leal, Francisco Lomelí and TR.)
Tomás Rivera in his study at home in the Chancellor's House at UC Riverside, 1982, (S5.B1.F11.).

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Essay by Dr. Octavio I. Romano entitled "Minorities, History and the Cultural Mystique," dealing with the historical development of the minority communities in the American Southwest and published by the journal, El Grito.
 

Section 5. The Illustrative Material of Tomás Rivera.

Series Scope and Content Summary

17 boxes of photographs, newspaper articles, audio/video tapes and awards.
Box 1, Folder 1

TR's Early Childhood 1937-65

Physical Description: 13 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Early black and white photographs of TR's childhood during his migrant labor and educational development. Include his high school and graduate school photographs with a chronological list of TR's photographs for a life biography.
Folder 2

UCR Chancellor Tenure 1980-84

Physical Description: 15 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR's family photographs during the beginning of his tenure as chancellor of UCR. Include some close-ups of Concha and of TR's two daughters and son.
Folder 3

TR's Early office Years 1975-80

Physical Description: 20 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Early office photographs of TR during his tenure at UTSA and at UTEP. Includes a photograph with Jacinto Quirarte, dean of the Department of Art at UTSA.
Folder 4

TR's Single Portraits 1975-84

Physical Description: 50 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR's office photographs during his early and final years in office as an educator and administrator. Includes his very popular profile photograph taken for his Tierra manuscript.
Folder 5

TR Visits UCR 1979

Physical Description: 4 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR visits UCR during his academic honeymoon period as the newly appointed chancellor in July of 1979.
Folder 6

TR's Civic Activities 1975-84

Physical Description: 30 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Professional meetings and activities of TR during his tenure at UTSA and UCR. Include mostly group poses with various organizations of higher education and civic leadership.
Folder 7

UCR Commencements 1979-80

Physical Description: 30 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR graduation photographs during the 1979 and 1980 academic year commencement ceremonies officiated by TR.
Folder 8

TR's Academic Promotion 1980

Physical Description: 10 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR's inauguration ceremonies at UCR during the 1980 academic year as the new chancellor. Include various poses of TR and Concha during campus activities and receptions.
Folder 9

TR's Executive Staff 1979-84

Physical Description: 30 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various black and white photographs of TR's executive staff and administrators at UCR from 1979 to 1984. Include some of TR's official chancellor's portraits.
Folder 10

Systemwide Administrators 1980-84

Physical Description: 20 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various photographs of UC Systems' top administrators taken at UCR during campus visits with President David Saxon and Dr. David Gardner. Includes a group picture of all nine UC chancellors.
Folder 11

UCR Student Activities 1979-84

Physical Description: 10 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Several photographs of TR's interaction with UCR students during banquets, workshops and parties from 1979 to 1984.
Folder 12

SWTU Distinguished Alumni 1981

Physical Description: 4 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives a distinguished alumni award from the Southwest Texas University during the 1981 ceremonies. Includes a group picture of the four recipients and TR's family.
Folder 13

Chicano Literary Leaders 1980-86

Physical Description: 8 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various photographs of the leading Chicano writers and intellectuals. Include Luis Leal, Américo Paredes, Rolando Hinojosa, Ron Arias and Arturo Madrid.
Folder 14

University of Santa Clara 1980

Physical Description: 8 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
TR receives an honorary doctorate from the University of Santa Clara in Education. Include several photographs of TR accepting the doctorate and giving the graduation speech.
Folder 15

UCR Citrus Station 1982

Physical Description: 4 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The UCR Citrus Experiment Station celebrates its Seventy-fifth anniversary and hosts their local constituents.
Folder 16

UCR Award Luncheon 1981

Physical Description: 10 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various photographs of UCR employees and local citizens honored for their special services to Riverside and UCR. Include poses with TR and Mayor Ab Brown.
Folder 17

NCCHE Symposium 1982

Physical Description: 40 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The National Chicano Council on Higher Education hosts a Chicano leadership workshop and invites top Chicano writers, educators and intellectuals to participate in discussions. Include photographs of leading Chicano intellectuals.
Folder 18

UCR Annual Open House 1984

Physical Description: 40 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR celebrates its Thirtieth Year Open House Anniversary held on the campus mall in honor of its leadership in higher education. Include some of TR's last photographs shortly before his untimely death.
Folder 19

Presidential Commission 1980-84

Physical Description: 7 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Several photographs with U.S. Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan taken during TR's tenure on the Presidential Commission on the Future of Higher Education.
Folder 20

UCR Library Dedication 1985

Physical Description: 40 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR renaming ceremony of the General Library in honor of TR approved by the Regents of the UC System.
Folder 21

UCR Memorial Services 1984

Physical Description: 50 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR memorial services for TR after his untimely death on May 16, 1984. Include photographs of TR's family and of local and statewide officials and colleagues.
Folder 22

Labor/Education Arena 1936-84

Physical Description: 40 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various photocopies of TR's portraits during his migrant and educational experience. Include some photographs donated to the TR collection for the documentary project.
Box 2, Folder 1

News Articles from Texas 1970-71

Physical Description: 7 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
El Portavoz of San Antonio, TX, publishes the article entitled "Literary Awards Set for Chicanos," outlining the first national $1000 award for the best literary work written by a Mexican American. Include general articles.
Folder 2

Southwest News Articles 1972-73

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various news articles from California and Texas regarding education and Chicano literature. Include the articles, "The Making of a Legend," "An Explosion of Chicano Literary Merit" and "Creativity in the Barrio."
Folder 3

News Articles from Texas 1974-75

Physical Description: 25 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Southwestern news articles from Texas to Oklahoma City on education and Chicano literature. Include the articles, "Rivera's Impact Explored," "Dedication Rewarded" and "Hispanics Subject of Nobel Prizes."
Folder 4

Southwest News Articles 1976-77

Physical Description: 40 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Several articles on Chicano literature and education dealing with TR's involvement with community conferences and school presentations. Some of the articles are "Rivera: Looking Toward the Future" and "Creative Writers to Meet."
Folder 5

Southwest News Articles 1978-79

Physical Description: 50 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Newspaper and magazine articles on TR's literary background and academic promotions in Texas and California. Include the articles, "Rivera Prepares to Become UCR Chancellor" and "Tomás Rivera: `Bottom of the Heap' to Chancellor."
Folder 6

California News Articles 1980-81

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Several news articles dealing with TR's role in education and Chicano literature. Include the reports entitled "UCR Commencement June 21, 1980," "Challenge to Mexican American Communities" and "Up from Obscurity: Chicano Literature."
Folder 7

California News Articles 1982-83

Physical Description: 40 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various California news articles dealing with TR's role in literature and education at UCR and in the Riverside community. Some of the articles are "Richard Rodríguez: Rite of Passage" and "Mexico to U.S.A Cultural Odyssey."
Folder 8

California News Articles 1984-85

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Several articles on educational and cultural events hosted by TR at UCR. Include the reports entitled "Chancellor Fears Student Dropouts Will Slow Hispanic Emancipation" and "Renaissance Man Teaches Value of Culture."
Folder 9

Southwest News Articles 1969-84

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various news articles and essays on education, literature, administration and culture in Southwestern newspapers such as the Spotlight; the Prospector, Hispanic Link; and the Press Enterprise. Include brochures and flyers.
Folder 10

California News Articles 1979-82

Physical Description: 25 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Miscellaneous news articles regarding TR's leadership at UCR during his tenure as chancellor from 1979-82. Include articles on education, literature and administration.
Folder 11

California News Articles 1968-84

Physical Description: 70 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Articles on TR's administrative leadership at UCR during his tenure as chancellor from 1979-84. Include the news articles entitled "Hispanic Middle Class Needed, Says Chancellor" and "Chancellor's Goal: More Students."
Folder 12

Chicano Literature Essays 1979-85

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR publishes various essays on Chicanos in higher education and on Chicano literature. Some of the reports are entitled "The Role of the Chicano Academic," "Richard Rodríguez' Hunger of Memory" and TR's short story, "Inside the Window."
Box 3, Folder 1

El Diario de la Gente 1974

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
El Diario de la Gente is an independent Chicano newspaper published bi-weekly by Chicano students at the University of Colorado, Boulder campus. It deals basically with the needs and struggle of the Chicano/Latino community.
Folder 2

El Gallo Publication 1973

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
El Gallo: La Voz de la Justicia published by the Crusade for Freedom Association, a monthly newspaper dealing with the struggles of the Chicano community in Denver, CO.
Folder 3

El Maizal Publication 1978

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
El Maizal is an independent newspaper focusing on promoting Chicano art and culture. The editor is Nephtalí de León from San Antonio, TX. Most of the articles deal with art, culture and social consciousness.
Folder 4

El Teatro Publication 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
El Teatro is the official publication of El Teatro Campesino, a Chicano theatrical group based in Fresno, CA. The publication deals with theatrical events and projects being sponsored and promoted by the Director Luis Valdez.
Folder 5

Estos Tiempos Publication 1985-88

Physical Description: 6 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Estos Tiempos newspaper is a Chicano community publication funded by El Centro Chicano of Stanford University. Most of the articles deal with political affairs, social issues, education and the cultural arts.
Folder 6

La Gente de Aztlán 1987-90

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
La Gente de Aztlán is a UCLA Chicano community newspaper published to provide intellectual leadership and analysis of current events in the local, statewide and national arena. Include information on cultural, social and artistic ideas.
Folder 7

La Guardia Publication 1969-74

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
La Guardia publication is a Chicano community newspaper that provides a voice to communicate with the Milwaukee residents on issues that are important to the advancement of La Raza. It deals with political, educational and cultural issues.
Folder 8

La Opinión Publication 1980-84

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Sp.
La Opinión, a Latino newspaper from Los Angeles publishes "Prosa chicana: primer acercamiento" and "Cornucopia chicana de Los Angeles." These issues deal with Chicano literature and the cultural arts.
Folder 9

Highlander Publication 1979-84

Physical Description: 6 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Articles on TR during his tenure as UCR chancellor from 1979 to 1984, published by the UCR Highlander student newspaper. Include material on UCR campus activities.
Folder 10

Hispanic News Publication 1987

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Hispanic News, an Inland Empire Latino community newspaper publishes an article on a projected documentary on TR, to be produced by Armando Martínez and Joel Pérez of UCR. The article is entitled "The Tomás Rivera Documentary Project."
Folder 11

Latin Journal Newspaper 1987

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Latin Journal, a Riverside community newspaper publishes "The Rivera Archive Holds Research Potential," dealing with various research opportunities available at the TR Archive.
Folder 12

La Otra Voz Publication 1972

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
La Otra Voz publication of San Marcos, TX, produces a semi-monthly Latino community newspaper dealing with social, political and economic issues within its community.
Folder 13

La Verdad Publication 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
La Verdad newspaper is a Chicano community publication from Crystal City, TX, dealing with political, economical and cultural issues that affect the Chicano/Latino community.
Folder 14

MEZCLA Publication 1976-77

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Mexican American students of UTSA produce MEZCLA publications, a student newspaper focusing on current events and issues affecting the Chicano community in San Antonio, TX.
Folder 15

Nuestra Cosa Publication 1978-90

Physical Description: 5 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Nuestra Cosa Chicano newspaper is a publication of the UCR Chicano/Latino students dealing with local issues affecting the university and Riverside community. Most of the issues deal with politics, education and the cultural arts.
Folder 16

Pan American Newspaper 1971

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University Center of the Pan American University publishes its student paper entitled the Pan American newspaper, dealing with political, social and economical issues.
Folder 17

Papel Chicano Newspaper 1971

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Papel Chicano is a Houston, TX, Chicano community newspaper published by the Mexican American Cultural Development Corporation focusing on the struggles and needs of the Chicano community.
Folder 18

Texas University Papers 1970-84

Physical Description: 10 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various copies of Texas University newspapers produced by students to keep an open dialogue of communication in the university and local communities on issues affecting them.
Folder 19

Tezcatlipoca Publication 1975

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Wisconsin supports the publication of the Tezcatlipoca, a Raza Unida Student newspaper dealing with issues that affect the Chicano/Latino community. Include educational, political and cultural issues.
Folder 20

Tonantzín Publication 1984

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Tonantzín publication, a Chicano literary newspaper of the San Antonio Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center promotes art, literature and culture through its monthly production.
Box 4, Folder 1

Tomás Rivera Collection 1984

Physical Description: 2 TMs/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
A historical summary of the development of the Tomás Rivera Archival Collection written by Dr. Frank Pino of UTSA. Includes a photograph of the curators of the TR Archive, Cliff Wurfel and Armando Martínez.
Folder 2

Tomás Rivera Scholarship 1984-85

Physical Description: 4 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Internal memoranda for the development of the Tomás Rivera Scholarship Fund at UCR. Include minutes of the Executive Scholarship Council from 1984-1985.
Folder 3

UCR Executive Memoranda 1983

Physical Description: 6 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Original holographs of TR's drafted letter of resignation from UCR, written in the spring of 1983, and addressed to David Saxon, president of the UC System. Include some administrative reviews of his collegues.
Folder 4

UTA Endowed TR Chair 1984

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The Board of Regents of the University of Texas establish a TR Professorship in the Spanish language and literatures at the University of Texas at Austin. Include background information and notes.
Folder 5

President's Commission 1980-81

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Executive memoranda of the President's Commission for a National Agenda for the Eighties, a non-partisan body of fifty American citizens established to address the critical public policy issues that will confront the American people.
Folder 6

University of California 1979-84

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Internal memoranda regarding TR's involvement in various UCR committees and external boards in the area of education, public policy and Chicano/Latino affairs.
Folder 7

Presidential Nominations 1984

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Administrative nominations for several presidential chairs and executive boards throughout Texas and California. TR gracefully declines all presidential offers and accepts a few executive boards of major institutions while at UCR.
Folder 8

UCR Chancellor's Schedule 1984

Physical Description: 20 TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
UCR chancellor's daily schedules for the last three months of his tenure. Include a thorough list of all of TR's activities on a daily basis from 8:00am to 9:00pm.
Folder 9

UCR Executive Memoranda 1979-84

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Executive memoranda and correspondence with local and statewide educators, politicians and businessmen regarding issues that will affect UCR in a political or economical dimension. Include some private letters and educational material.
Folder 10

UTSA Internal Memoranda 1970

Physical Description: 50 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Internal correspondence from TR's colleagues and associates regarding educational, political and economical issues which will affect UTSA in the future. Include general brochures and educational material.
Folder 11

TR's Literary Manuscripts 1970-84

Physical Description: 20 AMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Original holographs of TR's literary and educational philosophy developed during his academic career. Notes include fragments of speeches, essays and lectures presented at California and Texas universities, from 1970 to 1984.
Folder 12

Rivera, Javier: Poetry 1984-88

Physical Description: 18 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Poetry collection of Javier Rivera entitled "The Sounds of a Damaged Brain" and "Collection of Poetry." (Most of his poetry is avant-garde and of a punk-rock style.)
Folder 13

Rodríguez, Jay: Filmmaker 1984-87

Physical Description: 2 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Jay Stephens Rodríguez, an independent filmmaker enters into an agreement with TR to produce a film based on... y no se lo tragó la tierra. The film treatment is actually finished in 1987, three years after TR dies.
Folder 14

García Márquez Symposium 1983-85

Physical Description: 20 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Conference material on "Gabriel García Márquez: Will to Imagination" and "20th Century Mexico: Images of Transformation." Includes agenda, brochures, posters, and general correspondence with Kemy Oyarzún, the conference coordinator.
Folder 15

Published Research on TR 1970-85

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Published research on TR's literary work entitled "Tomás Rivera's Appropriation of the Chicano Past," "Narrative Technique and Human Experience in Tomás Rivera" and the dissertation, "Visión axiológica en la narrativa chicana."
Folder 16

New Acquisitions on TR 1970-84

Physical Description: 50 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Published material on TR's work and philosophy in Chicano literature and education. Include newspaper articles, brochures, essays and newsletters outlining TR's thought and ideas on his work.
Folder 17

New Acquisitions on TR 1976-89

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
New acquisition collected on TR's literary and educational philosophy and critique. Include newspapers, essays, short stories and publications dealing with TR's life and work. Some examples are Víaztlan; Chronicle, and Books at UCR.
Folder 18

General Curricula Vitae 1970-81

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Various curricula vitae sent to TR for his review and possible recommendation for future employment at UTSA and UCR. Include some internal correspondence on business.
Box 5, Folder 1

Administrative Degree 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican Americans in the Ph.D. program in administration and supervision at various universities.
Folder 2

Agricultural Biochemistry 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the agricultural biochemistry program at several universities.
Folder 3

Anatomy Curriculum List 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American list of Ph.D. candidates for anatomy at several universities in America.
Folder 4

Anthropology Emphasis 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates list in the anthropology field at various universities in the United States.
Folder 5

Art History Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in art history from universities across the United States.
Folder 6

Bilingual Education List 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in bilingual education from various universities in the United States.
Folder 7

Biology Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. list of candidates in the biology program at several universities across the United States.
Folder 8

Biochemistry Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the biochemistry field at universities across the United States.
Folder 9

Biology and Radiology 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in biology and radiology at several universities in the United States.
Folder 10

Botany Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates list in the botany field from various universities across America.
Folder 11

Business Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American list of Ph.D. candidates in business at several universities in the United States.
Folder 12

Business Administration 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates of business administration from various universities across the United States.
Folder 13

Chemistry Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the chemistry field at universities across the United States.
Folder 14

Chemistry Organic Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in chemistry-organic and medicinal field throughout the United States.
Folder 15

Chemistry-Radiation 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in chemistry-radiation fields at various colleges and universities in America.
Folder 16

Community Development 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in community development fields throughout the United States.
Folder 17

Counseling and Guidance 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in counseling and guidance at various universities and colleges in the United States.
Folder 18

Curriculum-Instruction 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in curriculum and instruction program at various universities and colleges.
Folder 19

Dentistry Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the dentistry field at several universities and colleges in the United States.
Folder 20

Dental Surgery Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the dental surgery program at universities in America.
Folder 21

Education Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of various Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the educational field at several universities in America.
Folder 22

Education Administration 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in education administration at universities across the United States.
Folder 23

Educational Agriculture 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in educational agricultural extention from various universities.
Folder 24

Business Education 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in business education at various universities in the United States.
Folder 25

Education-Elementary List 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in elementary instruction at several universities and colleges in America.
Folder 26

History and Philosophy 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in history and philosophy at universities across the United States.
Folder 27

Education-Mathematics 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in mathematics at several universities across the United States.
Folder 28

Secondary Education 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in secondary education at various universities across the United States.
Folder 29

Social Foundation Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in social foundations and education at various universities in America.
Folder 30

Special Education Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates special education at universities throughout the United States.
Folder 31

Engineering Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in engineering at several universities and colleges throughout the United States.
Folder 32

Civil Engineering Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the civil engineering programs at various universities in America.
Folder 33

Engineering-Electrical 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the electrical engineering field at various universities in the United States.
Folder 34

Medical Engineering 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in medical engineering at several universities in the United States.
Folder 35

Water Engineering 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in water engineering at universities and colleges throughout the United States.
Folder 36

Economics Curriculum 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in economics at various universities and institutions in the United States.
Folder 37

English Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in English at several universities and colleges in America.
Folder 38

Entomology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in entomology at various universities throughout the United States.
Folder 39

Foreign Languages 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in foreign languages at several universities in the United States.
Folder 40

Foreign Language/Ed. 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in foreign languages and education at various institutions in the United States.
Folder 41

French Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List of Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in French at several institutions in the United States.
Folder 42

Fuel and Natural Science 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
List on Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in fuel and natural science at several colleges in the United States.
Folder 43

Genetics Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in genetics at various universities and colleges in the United States.
Folder 44

Geology Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in geology at several universities and colleges in America.
Folder 45

History Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in history at various universities in the United States.
Folder 46

Horiculture Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in horticulture at various institutions in the United States.
Folder 47

International Studies 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in international studies at different universities in the United States.
Folder 48

Latin American Government 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in Latin American government at several colleges in the United States.
Folder 49

Linguistics Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in linguistics at various universities and colleges in America.
Folder 50

Literature Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in literature at various universities in the United States.
Folder 51

Mathematics Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in mathematics at various institutions in the United States.
Folder 52

Applied Mechanics 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in applied mechanics at several universities in the United States.
Folder 53

Medicine Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in medicine at various universities in the United States.
Folder 54

Microbiology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in microbiology at several institutions in the United States.
Folder 55

Modern Languages Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in modern languages at several universities in America.
Folder 56

Music Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in music at several institutions in the United States.
Folder 57

Optometry Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in optometry at various universities and colleges in the United States.
Folder 58

Paleontology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in paleontology at various universities in the United States.
Folder 59

Pathology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in pathology from several universities in the United States.
Folder 60

Pharmacology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in pharmacology at various institutions in America.
Folder 61

Physics Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in physics at different universities in the United States.
Folder 62

Physiology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in physiology at several universities in the United States.
Folder 63

Political Science Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in political science at several universities in America.
Folder 64

Portuguese Language 1970

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in Portuguese language at various universities in the United States.
Folder 65

Psychology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in psychology at various universities and colleges in the United States.
Folder 66

Public Administration 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in public administration at several universities in the United States.
Folder 67

Romance Language Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in Romance languages at several institutions in the United States.
Folder 68

School Administration 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in school administration at various universities in the United States.
Folder 69

Science-Chemistry Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in science-chemistry at several universities across the United States.
Folder 70

Spanish Literature 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in Spanish literature at different universities in the United States.
Folder 71

Sociology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in sociology at several universities in the United States.
Folder 72

Teacher Corps Degrees 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in the teacher corps program at various universities in America.
Folder 73

Undecided Graduates 1970

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates who are undecided in their major focus of scholarship at various colleges in America.
Folder 74

Zoology Candidates 1970

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Mexican American Ph.D. candidates in zoology at several universities across the United States.
Box 6, Folder 1

TR Certificates 1962-84

Physical Description: 30 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Original awards and certificates given to TR for his contributions for the advancement of society in education and academic excellence. Include correspondence from various social, educational and political organizations.
Folder 2

Congressional Record 1984

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Congressman George E. Brown, Jr., of California in the House of Representatives sends Concepción Rivera a copy of the Congressional Record, published June 13, 1984.
Folder 3

Tributes to TR 1977-84

Physical Description: 6 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Certificates in honor of TR for his major contributions in education, literature and the humanities. Contain awards from the Los Angeles City Council and the Project Milestone Award in Houston, TX.
Folder 4

"Memorial Resolution" 1984

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The California State Legislature sends Concepción Rivera a "Memorial Resolution," dedicated to TR for his contributions to the State of California in educational leadership.
Folder 5

Riverside Essays on TR 1984

Physical Description: 4 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Original manuscripts of Riverside elementary school children who wrote essays on the commitment of TR and his work in literature, education and social equality. Some of the writers are Patricia Hernández and Katrina Blodgett.
Folder 6

Riverside School District 1984

Physical Description: 20 AMs/TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The Riverside School District elementary students write to Concepción Rivera expressing their great sadness for the loss of TR, a leader in literature and education.
Folder 7

University of Santa Clara 1980

Physical Description: 8 Ph

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of Santa Clara presents TR with an honorary doctorate in education at its annual commencement program. Include photographs and the program of the presentation.
Folder 8

WNMU Honorary Doctorate 1982

Physical Description: 5 TMs

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Western New Mexico University presents TR with an honorary doctorate for his commitment to education, literature and social equality. Include a biographical history on TR's life and work in Texas and California.
Box 7, Folder 1

Videotapes of TR's Life 1977-84

Physical Description: 4 videotapes, 2 DVD's

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Original/copied videotapes and DVD's of TR's life and work as dean of humanities at UTSA and as chancellor of UCR. Some of the titles are Power of Education; Up From the Fields, Encuentro: Tomás Rivera; and the "Rivera Memorial: May 19, 1984."
Box 8, Folder 1

Videotapes of TR's Life 1978-88

Physical Description: 7 videotapes, 1 DVD

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
U-matic/VHS videotapes and DVD's of interviews and symposiums of TR at UTSA and UCR. Includes the "Interview by Danny Villanueva"; "UTEP Literary Interview"; "UCR Open House protest"; "Critique of Rodríguez' Hunger of Memories"; and "TR Conference in 1988."
Box 9, Folder 1

Videotapes on TR's Work 1976-89

Physical Description: 8 videotapes, 1 DVD

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
U-matic/VHS videotapes and DVD's of TR's life and work during his tenure at UTSA regarding his novel, Tierra. Include UCR's "TR Conference Videotapes"; Espíritu de Aztlán; Germination of Tierra; and the Power of the Pen.
Box 10, Folder 1

Videotapes of TR's Life 1979-90

Physical Description: 7 videotapes

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp
U-matic/VHS videotapes on TR's life and work as an educator and intellectual at UCR. Include the tapes, "ETS Board of Trustees' Meeting October 4, 1983"; "The TR Conference of 1990"; and the "Pacesetters Interview."
Box 11, Folder 1

Videotapes on Mexico 1970-80

Physical Description: 2 videotapes

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR collects U-matic videotapes on the cultural symbols, myths and history important to the Mexican community. Some of the titles are Cajititlán; El Barrio; Quetzalcóatl, and Valentín.
Box 12, Folder 1

Videotapes on Chicanos 1975-80

Physical Description: 2 videotapes

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
TR's U-matic videotapes on Chicano writers and filmmakers explaining their literary art and film production. Includes the "Mexican Videotape Interview with Rolando Hinojosa" and on the film entitled A la brava: Prison and Beyond.
Box 13, Folder 1

Rosser-Rivera Lecture 1982

Physical Description: 2 videotapes

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
The University of California at Riverside hosts the First Rosser-Rivera Lecture Series and invites Dr. Williams from Oxford University to present the keynote speech, February 4, 1982. Include the videotapes of the lecture presentation.
Box 14, Folder 1

Audiotapes of TR's Work 1960-84

Physical Description: 40 Cassettes

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The entire cassette collection of TR's life and work during his years as a student and then as a teacher. Include rare vintage tapes of TR's poetry readings, essays and lectures. Contain recordings of Alurista, Nick Vaca and R. Hinojosa.
Box 15, Folder 1

UCSB Chicano Tenure Clash 1976-78

Physical Description: 10 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Jesús Chavarría, professor of Chicano Studies at UCSB sends Dr. Carey McWilliams an update on his UC tenure battle with the Saxon administration. Include newspaper articles, update reports and statements from UC President David Saxon. (Confidential)
Folder 2

Valdez' Zootsuit Play 1978

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Luis Valdez sends Dr. Carey McWilliams a copy of his play entitled Zootsuit, first performed at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, April 1978. Includes a review by L.A. Times.
Folder 3

Valdez' Zootsuit Play 1978

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
The revised version of Luis Valdez' play, Zootsuit is sent to Dr. Carey McWilliams for him to review and comment on it.
Folder 4

Sleepy Lagoon Play 1975

Physical Description: 1 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Mark Day sends Dr. Carey McWilliams a copy of his script entitled Sleepy Lagoon Case: The People vs. Zamora, dealing with the Chicano/Latino riots in Los Angeles in 1943.
Folder 5

New Vista Productions 1977-79

Physical Description: 55 PrArt/TLS

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Jesús Treviño of New Vista Productions invites Dr. Carey McWilliams to be a project advisor to his film production La historia, which is a documentary on important Latinos. Include general correspondence and several film treatments.
Box 16, Folder 1

Valley of Tears Project 1979

Physical Description: 7 TLS/PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
David Sandoval, project director of the Emancipation Arts Production sends the NEH a working proposal on his film project entitled Valley of Tears. Include general information on the history and geography of Texas agriculture.
Folder 2

Chicano Political History 1959-73

Physical Description: 3 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Articles on the history of Chicanos/Latinos in America regarding political, economic and social forces. Contain "Factors Relating to Property Ownership of Chicanos," "The State of Chicano History" and "Latin American Reports."
Folder 3

Chicano History Research 1967-76

Physical Description: 4 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various research articles on Chicano history and culture entitled "Historical and Attitudinal Factors Related to Current Mexican American...," "Understanding You and Them" and "La Raza in the Midwest and Great Lakes Region."
Folder 4

Chicano History Articles 1977-78

Physical Description: 7 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng.
Published articles on Chicano history dealing with various issues affecting the Chicano/Latino community such as "Mexico-The Special Case," "International Migration Policies in a Changing World System," and "Illegal Immigration."
Folder 5

New Vista Production 1977-79

Physical Description: 2 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Jesús Salvador Treviño, executive director of New Vista Production sends Dr. Carey McWilliams copies of his film treatments entitled José Martí and Seguín, dealing with Chicano/Latino heroes.
Box 17, Folder 1

Certificates of Honor 1970-84

Physical Description: 30 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Various awards presented to TR for his dedicated service as an educator and administrator in the Texas and California university systems. Include posters and flyers of literary events which TR gave at several universities and colleges.
Box 18, Folder 1

Literary Publications 1970-84

Physical Description: 20 PrArt

Scope and Content Note

Eng/Sp.
Miscellaneous magazines and journals collected by TR during his tenure as professor of Romance languages at UTSA and UCR. Also, contains a Náhuatl-English print-out and a concordance on TR's novel, ...y no se lo tragó la tierra.
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