Guide to the Mark Guerrero Papers CEMA 86

University of California, Santa Barbara, Davidson Library, Department of Special Collections, California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives
Santa Barbara, California, 93106-9010
(805) 893-8563

Title: Mark Guerrero Papers
Identifier/Call Number: CEMA 86
Contributing Institution: University of California, Santa Barbara, Davidson Library, Department of Special Collections, California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 2.0 linear feet
Date: circa 1960s - 2003
Physical Location: Del Norte
General Physical Description note: 1 oversize box
Abstract: The Mark Guerrero Papers contain materials related to this musician and to Chicano music history. Currently it contains photographs, recordings and promotional materials related to his performances from 1963 to 2003, photographs of Mark and the Escorts, Mark Guerrero and the Second Generation Band as well as of his music legend father Lalo Guerrero.
creator: Guerrero, Mark

Processing Information note

Callie Bowdish and Danely Ramos Segoviano February 2010.

Access Restrictions


Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.

Preferred Citation note

Mark Guerrero Papers, CEMA 86, Department of Special Collections, University Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Acquisition Note

Donated By Mark Guerrero November 2007.

Biographical and Administrative History

Mark Guerrero grew up in East Los Angeles. He attended James A. Garfield High School, East Los Angeles College, and earned a B.A. in Chicano Studies from Cal State Los Angeles. He is the son of the late singer/songwriter Lalo Guerrero and brother of producer Dan Guerrero. At age 13 he began to perform in the rock band Mark and the Escorts. His recording and composing career continued to flourish both with his bands and individually. Some of the donated sound records are housed in UCSB Special Collections and can be accessed through the UCSB Library online catalog at [].
For more information on Mark Guerrero visit: or (visited February 2010)

Related Archival Materials note

Related Collections: Lalo Guerrero Collection (CEMA 24) and Dan Guerrero Collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts (CEMA 78).

Scope and Contents of Collection

The Collection is housed in one oversized box. It contains photographs and promotional materials, mainly flyers, from 1963 to 2003. It is expected that this collection will continue to expand in the future.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Mexican American musicians


Series I Photographs

Oversize-Box 1, Folder 1

Mark and Company Undated

Oversize-Box 1, Folder 1

Mark and the Escorts

Oversize-Box 1, Folder 1

Lalo Guerrero with Mark Guerrero and the Second Generation Band


Series II Promotional Material

Oversize-Box 1, Folder 1

Flyers 1963 - 2003


Series III Audio

CD A18315/CD

On the Boulevard-Anthology 1971-1998 undated

CD A18316/CD

Mark Guerrero and Tango 1972-1974

CD A18317/CD

Jukebox Man 1994

CD A18318/CD

Face and Heart 1996

CD A18319/CD

Radio Aztlan 1993

CD Mark Guerrero, Oversize-Box 1, Folder 1

Mark Guerrero Website 08-15-2004

CD A18320/CD

Mark Guerrero Website 04-16-2008