The Dan Guerrero Papers include ephemera, press kits, clippings, photographs, and audiovisual materials documenting Mr. Guerrero's
successful career as a Chicano activist, producer, and performance artist. Also included are materials reflecting the life
and career of his father Lalo Guerrero and his dear friend, artist Carlos Almaraz. This collection complements the existing
archival collection housed at the University of California, Santa Barbara Department of Special Collections California Ethnic
and Multicultural Archives (CEMA). Under their stewardship are both Mr. Guerrero's personal papers as well as his father's.
Dan Guerrero began his entertainment career in New York where he was a successful theatrical agent with clients in the original
casts of countless Broadway musicals. He returned home to Los Angeles for an equally successful time as a casting director
for stage and television before turning his talents to producing and directing.
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