Scope and Content
Title: Ron Lopez Papers
Identifier/Call Number: CSRC.0013
UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
Language of Material:
11.2 linear feet
Date (inclusive): 1929 - 1980
This collection consists of Lopez's research materials on health, education and various other issues of social importance
in the lives of Chicanos and Latinos in the United States. There are also many examples of his own writings.
Language of Materials note:
Materials are in English and Spanish.
Lopez, Ron 1940 -
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Cites as: [Identification of item], Ron Lopez Papers, 13, Chicano Studies Research Center, University of California, Los Angeles.
Papers donated by Ronald W. Lopez to the Chicano Studies Research Center. Deed on file at the CSRC Archive, 180 Haines Hall,
Ron Lopez has had a long career as an educator in Southern California. He has held teaching posts at UCLA, Occidental College,
Pasadena City College, and Claremont College in Claremont California. Ron Lopez has served the community as a drug counselor
as well as a tax referee. He has also been a consultant in advertising as well as being in the food business.
Scope and Content
This collection consists of Lopez's research materials on health, education, and various other issues of social importance
in the lives of Chicanos and Latinos in the United States. There are also many examples of his own writings, from his time
as a graduate student and throughout his career. Please note that accents have been omitted to facilitate the use of all web
The items are in the order determined by the previous archivist.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Mexican Americans--Medical care.
Mexican Americans--Social conditions.