Royal Chicano Air Force Archives CEMA 8

Finding aid prepared by Finding aid prepared by Finding aid prepared by Project Archivist Salvador Güereña. Principle records processor Victor Muñoz. Principal silkscreen processors Victor Muñoz and María Velasco 1973-1988. Date Revised, 2006.
UC Santa Barbara Library, Department of Special Research Collections
© 2006
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Contributing Institution: UC Santa Barbara Library, Department of Special Research Collections
Title: Royal Chicano Air Force archives
Identifier/Call Number: CEMA 8
Physical Description: 21 Linear Feet 16 slide albums, 34 document boxes, 2 oversized boxes, video and audio files, and 550 prints
Date (inclusive): 1973-1988
Abstract: Extensive collection of slides and silkscreen prints, along with administrative records, news clippings, correspondence, exhibition descriptions and flyers, photographs, creative writings, and miscellaneous publications of the Sacramento-based artists collective. Founding members of the RCAF include José Montoya, Esteban Villa, Juanishi V. Orosco, Ricardo Favela, and Rudy Cuellar (CEMA 8).
Physical Location: Del Norte
General Physical Description note: 4200 slides and 550 prints
General Physical Description note: 17 linear feet (34 document boxes and 2 oversize boxes).
Physical Location: Boxes 1-8: S1-A33-C1-R9 Boxes 9-16: S1-A33-C2-R1 Boxes 17-23: S1-A33-C2-R2 Boxes 24-31: S1-A33-C2-R3 Boxes 32-34: S1-A33-C2-R4 Boxes 1-8: Stacks 1, Aisle 33 / Column 1. Boxes 9-34: Stacks 1, Aisle 33/ Column 2. Boxes 35, 36: Stacks 1, Aisle 74 / Column 1. Slide Albums: 1-14: Stacks 1, Aisle 68 / Column 3.
Language of Material: English .

Access Restrictions

None

Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

Royal Chicano Air Force Archives, CEMA 8, Department of Special Collections, University Libraries, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Royal Chicano Air Force, 1988.

Organizational History

The Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF) is an artistic collective based in Sacramento. Initially named the Rebel Chicano Art Front, the RCAF was founded in 1969 to express the goals of the Chicano civil rights and labor organizing movement of the United Farm Workers. Its mission was to make available to the Chicano community a bilingual/bicultural arts center where artists could come together, exchange ideas, provide mutual support, and make available to the public artistic, cultural, and educational programs and events.
The founding members of the RCAF include José Montoya, Esteban Villa, Juanishi V. Orosco, Ricardo Favela, and Rudy Cuellar. Montoya and Villa knew of each other through their involvement in the Mexican American Liberation Art Front and the California College of Arts and Crafts. During the Chicano Movement students pressured colleges and universities to diversify their faculties. As a result, Montoya and Villa were hired as professors of art at California State University, Sacramento. Their academic positions gave them the creative freedom to initiate programmatic exchanges between the university and the barrio community. Through this effort they initiated many programs including the Barrio Art Program, which required university students to go out into the community including senior centers to teach art courses.
The RCAF created in 1972 the not-for-profit Centro De Artistas Chicanos. This community based organization became the spring-board for all types of Sacramento community programs, such as La Nueva Raza Bookstore (with its Galería Posada), Aeronaves de Aztlán (Automotive Repair Garage), RCAF Danzantes (Cultural Dance venue), Barrio Art Program, and the RCAF Graphics and Design Center. By 1977, the Centro de Artistas Chicanos and Breakfast for Niños Program (a community non-profit program that fed children before school) joined forces to create the Cultural Affairs Project, which further funded their many community services.
The RCAF is best known for its mural paintings, poster art production, and individual artistic contributions. The artists of the Centro have produced murals and exhibitions from San Diego to Seattle. RCAF is significant as a collective that has maintained a twenty-five year history of engaging communities to express their Chicano culture, history and struggle for equal rights.
While the "RCAF" originally stood for the Rebel Chicano Art Front, people confused the letters with the acronym for the Royal Canadian Air Force. Montoya and his fellow officers capitalized on the misunderstanding, and in good humor adopted the name Royal Chicano Air Force. This new identity found its way into their wardrobe, as well as their highly successful silkscreen poster program, which began to disseminate the World War I aviator and barnstorming bi-winged planes as icons. The RCAF gained a well-deserved reputation for outrageous humor, fine art posters, murals, and community activism. Their pioneering spirit throughout the 1970s and early 1980s was well-known in the California Chicano community, and continues to the present.
The RCAF Archives complement the work of CEMA's Proyecto CARIDAD (Chicano Art Resources Information Development and Dissemination), the archival cataloging of Chicano visual arts slide images. Together, these projects document the visual art production and social history of important Chicano art collectives in California.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Royal Chicano Air Force Archives consists of eight series distributed among 34 document boxes, 2 oversized boxes, and 16 slide albums that occupy approximately 21 linear feet of space. In addition, there are 550 prints. The archival material includes, administrative/personnel records, grant applications, news clippings, correspondence, exhibition descriptions and flyers, photographs, creative writings, color copies, 2-D artwork and miscellaneous publications. The RCAF Archives cover the period between 1972-88. Series are arranged with emphasis upon the Center's activities, and folders generally follow an alphabetical order according to the titles given to them by the. When necessary, titles were assigned to folders that lost their labels or to items that were loose or unfoldered. Folders with the same subject are usually arranged alphabetically or chronologically.

Arrangement

Series I: Administrative Records, 1973-1984. Series I include four subseries housed in 17 archival boxes. The first subseries, History and Founding Documents , consists of the earliest documents from the RCAF, by-laws, and Articles of Incorporation. The second subseries, Business and Financial Records , contains tax returns, board and staff meetings, financial statements and expense reports. The third subseries, Grants , includes grant applications, related reports, and evaluations. The California Arts Council, County of Sacramento, City of Sacramento, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission are major sources of such grants. The fourth subseries, Staff , holds documents on members and staff of RCAF and Centro De Artistas Chicanos such as résumés, announcements (of exhibitions individual artists were involved in), and ephemera. The Breakfast for Niños program has been documented in both the Grants and Staff subseries.
Series II: Programs, 1973-1984. Series II includes seven subseries. The first subseries, Centro Activities , consists of material related to cultural events, such as Cinco De Mayo, Dia De Las Madres, Dia De Los Muertos, Fiesta De Maiz, and Xic-Indio. The second series, Dance Programs , contains documents related to the Centro's involvement in Folklorico de Sacramento, Danza Quezalcoatl, and performances outside California. The third subseries, Exhibitions , includes art shows that the Centro members sponsored or were participants in, as well as, José Montoya's Pachuco Art-A Historical Update , What We Are.... Now a women's art exhibit, and other international presentations. The fourth subseries, Mental Health Programs , holds relevant materials concerning the Centro's activities in mental health projects that promoted and disseminated information related to government health commissions. The fifth subseries, Muralismo (magazine), consists of preliminary and working drafts, as well as a final draft of the Centro De Artistas Chicano's magazine devoted to murals. The sixth subseries, Mural Programs , contains the documentation of mural projects completed by the RCAF. The seventh subseries, Theater Programs , includes information on Leyendas de Aztlan, Teatro Campesino, Teatro De Calle, Teatro Latino, as well as, other theater groups. This series is a rich resource on the cultural activities that the RCAF initiated, and the Chicano/Latino events that enriched the community.
Series III: Correspondence Files, 1973-1984. Series III has both an Incoming and Outgoing subseries, which are arranged chronologically. The series includes inquiries to the RCAF, Centro De Artistas Chicanos, and Breakfast for Niños, as well as, letters of recommendation and support, thank you letters and various correspondence from city, county and federal governments.
Series IV: Subject Files, 1972-1984. Series IV contains the Centro's source materials used to support their programs, grant writing and professional networking activities, such as, application materials, reports, interviews, public announcements, and promotionals. These material represent the RCAF's social and political interests. The highlights of this series are: the Interview with Francisco Salazar (a Tarahumara Indian, by James J. Melina), José Montoya's Pachuco Art , and Interviews with the RCAF conducted by the Southwest Center for Educational Television.
Series V: Flyers, News Clippings, Publications, 1973-1985. Series V includes five subseries. The first subseries, Flyers , contains many examples of Centro/RCAF text and image advertisements, press releases, brochures, and art exhibition invitations. The second subseries, News Clippings , consists of news collected by the Centro that cover diverse topics from Chicano art murals, public reviews, art commentaries to political cartoons, editorials, reports on Latin America, and community based news. The third subseries, Publications , holds the RCAF's resource library, such as journals, articles, essays, and art catalogs--a highlight of this subseries is Los Sembradores by the Galería De La Raza. The fourth subseries, Newsletters , includes various pieces of news that encompass many areas including, poetry and Chicano indigenous art. The fifth subseries, Magazines , contains an assortment of literature concerning the Arts and Chicano/Latino community issues.
Series VI: Color Copies, Photographs, Slides, 1978-1983. Series VI includes five subseries. The first subseries, Color Copies , contains various images that documented events and some items that were used as colorful support materials. The second subseries, Photographs , consists of various proof sheets, black and white images of RCAF artists' artwork, and an assortment of miscellaneous photos. The third subseries, Photo Negatives , is a brief collection of images related to RCAF activities, such as Mural Magazine . The fourth subseries, Miscellaneous Slides , holds a small collection of documentary materials. The fifth subseries, Slides , is a comprehensive collection that documents the many activities and artistic output of the RCAF. A separate Catalog of Slides for this important collection is available, see Appendix A
Series VII: Creative Works, 1974-1988. Series VII includes two subseries. The first subseries, Artwork , contains the original artwork of Ricardo Favela, Esteban Villa, as well as a small group of miscellaneous silkscreened flyers. The second subseries, Creative Writings , consists of published and unpublished pieces that cover a range of interests including songs, art, and poetry.
Series VIII: Graphic Arts Collections. Series VIII includes two subseries. The first subseries, Miscellaneous Announcement Posters , contains assorted advertisements in both the silkscreen and non-silkscreen formats. The second subseries, Silkscreen Print Collection , documents a significant facet of the RCAF's artistic output. A separate Catalog of Silkscreen Prints for this collection is available., see Appendix B
Related Collections. There are other Chicano art centers and individual artists' collections within CEMA that complement the RCAF Archives. These include Galería De La Raza Archives, Self-Help Graphics and Art Archives, the Ralph Maradiaga Papers, Ester Hernandez Papers, the Victor Ochoa Papers, Salvador Torres Papers, the Yolanda Lopez Papers, as well as the José Montoya Papers and the Ernesto Palomino Papers.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Photographs
Clippings (information artifacts)
Programs
Slides
Art, Modern -- 20th century -- California
Slides (Photography) -- Catalogs
Mexican American artists -- California
Screen printing
Administrative records

 

Series I Administrative Records 1973-1983

 

History and Founding Documents 1973-1983

box 1, folder 1

Affirmative Action Plan 1974

box 1, folder 2

Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws 1973

box 1, folder 3

Brief History of Centro de Artistas Chicanos/RCAF 1979-1980

 

Centro De Artistas Chicanos

box  Centro De Artistas Chicanos 1, folder 4

Authorization Letter 1977

box 1, folder 5

Calendars 1983

box 1, folder 6

Policies and Procedures 1977

box 1, folder 7

Progress Reports 1973-1975

box 1, folder 8

Statement of Purpose 1980-1981

box 1, folder 9

Chronological History Highlights 1976-1983

box 1, folder 10

Community Meetings 1981

box 1, folder 11-12

Cultural Affairs Project-General 1977

box 1, folder 13

Director's Reports "Que Suda" also C/S n.d.

box 1, folder 14

Directory of Components n.d.

box 1, folder 15-16

Neighborhood Art Programs National Organizing Committee, Case Study and Reports n.d.

 

Business and Financial Records 1973-1984

box 1, folder 17-19

Accounting Files 1975-1979

box 1, folder 20

Boise State University-Agreement Form 1978

box 1, folder 21

California State University, Hayward, Associated Students Contract 1974

box 1, folder 22

California State University, Sacramento, Service Order 1973

 

Centro De Artistas Chicanos

box 1, folder 23-24

Board of Directors undated

box 1, folder 25-29

Board/Staff Meetings 1976-1982

box 1, folder 30

Building Fund 1976

box 1, folder 31

Christmas Art Sale 1982

box 1, folder 32

Daily Log 1982

box 1, folder 33

Director's Notes n.d.

box 1, folder 34-39

Financial Files 1973-1983

box 1, folder 40

Fund Raiser undated

box 1, folder 41-42

State Taxes 1976

box 1, folder 43

Stationary undated

box 2, folder 1-2

Centro De Artistas Chicanos vs. State Compensation Insurance Fund 1980-1983

box 2, folder 3-5

CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973) Payroll and Expenditure Reports 1981

box 2, folder 6

Consejos Inc. 1978

box 2, folder 7

Cost Estimate 1973-1974

box 2, folder 8-11

County of Sacramento Funding, (see also Box 33 Folders 1 and 2) 1972-1982

box 2, folder 12-15

Insurances 1974-1984

box 2, folder 16-23

Inter-19City Mural Project 1978-1982

box 3, folder 1

Interoffice Memoranda 1982

box 3, folder 2

Job Descriptions (on positions at the centro) undated

box 3, folder 3

Lease Agreement 1973

box 33, folder 3

Meetings on Centro Funding 1975-1976

box 3, folder 4

Meetings with Accountant 1982

box 3, folder 5

Monthly Schedules 1982

box 3, folder 6

Pachuco Art -19 A Historical Update General Materials 1977

box 3, folder 7

Periodic Report 1980

box 3, folder 8

Registry of Charitable Trust 1977-1979

box 3, folder 9

Rental Information (a letter from the centro's new landlord) 1981

box 3, folder 10

San Sierra Photocopier Lease (the centro had financial difficulties) 1984

box 3, folder 11-13

SETA (Sacramento Employment Training Agency) 1982-1983

box 3, folder 14

State of California, Division of Labor Standards 1976

box 3, folder 15-28

Taxes, County, State and Federal 1979-1983

box 3, folder 29

Zapata Park Mural Contract and Sample Financial Records 1975

 

Grants 1972-1984

box 4, folder 1

Aeronaves Proposal n.d.

box 4, folder 2

Awards to RCAF/Centro 1981

box 4, folder 3

California Arts Council (see also Box 33 Folders 4 and 5) 1973-1974

box not specified, folder California Arts Council 4

Art in Public Building Program 1982-1983

box 4, folder 5-6

Artistic and Administrative Development 1982-1984

box 4, folder 7

Artists in Communities, Site Coordinator's Reports 1982

box 4, folder 8

Artists-19in-19Residence Awards 1982-1983

box 4, folder 9-10

Artists-19in-19Residence, Rudy Cuellar 1981-1983

box 4, folder 11-13

Espinosa, Luzmaria 1982-1984

box 4, folder 14

Favela, Ricardo 1981-1982

box 33, folder 6

Gonzalez, Chano 1977-1978

box 4, folder 15-16

Orosco, Juanishi 1982-1984

box 4, folder 17-20

Ortiz, Jesse "Chuey", (Dance) 1981-1984

box 4, folder 21

Program Guidelines 1982-1983

box 5, folder 1

Artists in Schools and/or Community Organizations 1979-1980

box 5, folder 2

Rodriguez, Freddy 1978

box 5, folder 3

Suarez, Raul 1978

box 5, folder 4

Tobar, Manuel 1978

box 5, folder 5

Budget File 1982

box 5, folder 6

Concilio de Arte Popular 1980-1981

box 5, folder 7-13

Evaluations and Financial Summaries 1982

box 33, folder 7

Grant Application for Special Programs 1973-1974

box 5, folder 15

Grant Proposal Narratives 1976-1977

box 5, folder 14

Grant Extension 1982

box 5, folder 16-17

Organizational Grants, 1976-1978 (see also Box 33 Folder 8)

box 5, folder 18-21

Organizational Grants 1980-1983

box 5, folder 22

Organizational Grants Application Notes, 1976-1984 (see also Box 33 Folder 9)

box 5, folder 23

Pachuco Application 1977

box 5, folder 24

Press Release 1976

box 5, folder 25

Proposal for Newsletter 1980

box 5, folder 26

Proposals, 1973-1976 (see also Box 33 Folders 10, 11 and 12)

box 5, folder 27

Questionaire 1981

box 5, folder 28

Rough Drafts 1976-1977

 

CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act)

box 6, folder 1-3

Community Arts Training Program 1975

box 6, folder 4-6

County Chicano Community Arts Education Project 1978

box 6, folder 7-10

County Contract 1975-1979

box 33, folder 13

County Cultural Affairs Project Grant Proposal 1977-1978, Joint Effort Between Centro De Artistas Chicanos and Breakfast For Niños Program, and County of Sacramento, Revenue Sharing Contracts 1976-1979

box 6, folder 11-14

County Cultural Affairs Project Grant Proposal, Joint Effort Between Centro De Artistas Chicanos and Breakfast For Niños Program 1977-1978

box 7, folder 1

County Cultural Affairs Project Grant Proposal, Joint Effort Between Centro De Artistas Chicanos and Breakfast For Niños Program 1977-1978

box 7, folder 2-4

County Cultural Arts Exposition Project Grant Proposal 1978-1979

box 7, folder 5-12

County General 1975-1983

box 7, folder 13

County Request 1978

 

City of sacramento

box  City of Sacramento 7, folder 14

Funding, 1972-1978 (see also Box 33 Folders 14 and 15)

box 7, folder 15-16

Funding Requests, 1974-1975; 1978-1979

box 7, folder 17-20

Mural Projects Contract 1977-1984

box 8, folder 1-6

Mural Projects Contract, 1977-1984 (see also Box 33 Folder 16)

 

County of Sacramento

box  County of Sacramento 8, folder 7

Breakfast for Niños Continuation Proposal 1976

box 8, folder 8-10

Cultural and Civic Awards Program 1980-1984

box 33, folder 17

Cultural and Civic Awards Program 1980-1984

box 8, folder 11-15

Cultural and Civic Awards Program 1980-1984

box 8, folder 16-18

General Funding 1972-1979

box 34, folder 1

General Funding 1972-1979

box 8, folder 19-21

General Funding 1972-1979

box 9, folder 1-9

Project Narratives 1975-1978

box 9, folder 10

Proposal for Raza Drug Effort 1974

box 9, folder 11

RCAF Proposal for Muralization of Memorial Theater at Southside Park n.d.

box 9, folder 12

Summer Youth Program 1975-1976

box 9, folder 13-14

Transient Occupency Tax Funding 1978-1980

box 18, folder 7-8

CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act), 1977-80

box 9, folder 15

Earliest Draft Proposal for the Formation of the Centro de Artistas Chicanos 1972

box 9, folder 16-17

Federal Grant Proposal, Department of Education, Chicano Cultural Heritage Project 1979

box 10, folder 1

Grant Proposal Film Fund 1978

box 10, folder 2

List of Contracts 1974

 

National Endowment for the Arts

box  National Endowment for the Arts 10, folder 3

Artists-19in-19Residence, Torrez, Salvador 1981-1982

box 10, folder 4

Expansion Arts 1973

box 10, folder 5-8

Expansion Arts Barrio Arts 1981-1983

box 10, folder 9

Expansion Arts Community Cultural Centers 1979-1980

box 10, folder 10-11

Expansion Arts Grant Application 1983-1984

box 10, folder 12

Expansion Arts, Resumes: Mario Aguilar, Azaiza (El Zarco) Guerrerro, Carmen Lomas-Garza, Salvador (Queso) Torres 1983-1984

box 10, folder 13

Galería Posado Poster Show 1984

box 10, folder 14

Individual Grant, Espinosa, Luzmaria, Visual Arts Program 1981-1982

box 10, folder 15

Individual Grant, Montoya, Jose, Literature Program 1982

box 10, folder 16

Media Arts Proposal 1979

box 10, folder 17

1978

box 10, folder 18

Pachuco Art Show Proposal 1978

box 10, folder 19-20

Programming in the Arts, Chicano Art Film Project by Camacho, Jose 1976

box 11, folder 1

Project Grant: Workshops 1977-1979

box 11, folder 2

Report On-Site Evaluation of Centro 1981

box 11, folder 3

Research and Catalog Project, RCAF Archives Project 1980-1982

 

National Endowment for the Humanities

box  National Endowment for the Humanities 11, folder 4

Financial Reports 1981

box 11, folder 5

Mural Magazine Project 1980-1981

box 11, folder 6

Washington Center Project 1980-1981

box 11, folder 7

Youth Program 1980

 

Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission

box  Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission 11, folder 8

ArtReach CETA/County of Sacramento Community Artist Position Applications 1980

box 11, folder 9

Carrillo, Pat 1978

box 34, folder 2

ArtReach Program, Luzmaria Espinosa 1982

box 11, folder 10

Evaluation of Human Services, 1976-1977 (see also Box 34 Folder 3)

box 11, folder 11

General 1979-1980

box 11, folder 12

Pilot Technical Assistance Program Grant Application 1979

box 11, folder 13

Press Releases News Clippings 1977-1979

box 11, folder 14

Proposal for the Arts, Public Art Building (see Oversized Box No. 43)

box 11, folder 15

"Report from the Arts Commission," Bill Moskin, SACRAMENTO 1979

box 11, folder 16

Survey on Evaluation Program 1981

 

Staff 1974-1984

box 11, folder 17-18

Miscellaneous Resumes and Job Information 1980

box 34, folder 4

Miscellaneous Vitae and Other Materials 1972-1978

box 11, folder 19

Carrillo, Pat, 1978, CETA Artist

box 11, folder 20

Cid, Armando 1974-1975

box 11, folder 21

Cid, Clara, Breakfast for Ninos/Centro, 1977-1980

box 11, folder 22-23

Cuellar, Rudolfo 1980-1982

box 11, folder 24

de Luna, Victor, Centro/Aeronaves, 1978

box 11, folder 25-26

Espinosa, Luzmaria, Dancer, Poet, Actress, 1981-1982

box 11, folder 27-30

Favela, Ricardo 1978-1984

box 11, folder 31

Flore, Oralia 1980-1981

box 12, folder 1

Gamino, Michael 1980-1981

box 34, folder 5

Garcia, Lorraine 1980

box 12, folder 2-3

Godina, Francisco, Breakfast for Niños/Centro, n.d.-1979

box 12, folder 4

Gonzalez, Luis 1976

box 12, folder 5-6

Gonzalez, Manuel, Aeronaves, 1979-1980

box 12, folder 7

Lorta, Joyce 1982

box 12, folder 8-13

Montoya, Jose 1972-1982

box 12, folder 14

Polendo, Oralia (Lala) 1982-1983

box 12, folder 15

Orosco, Juan n.d.

box 12, folder 16

Ortiz, Jesse 1982

box 12, folder 17

Rodriguez, Freddy 1977-1979

box 12, folder 18

Salvador, J. 1980

box 12, folder 19

Quinones, Sam 1982

box 12, folder 20-22

Villa, Esteban 1978-1983

box 12, folder 23

Villia, Debbie 1981

 

Series II Programs 1973-1984

 

Centro Activities 1975-1984

box 12, folder 24

Alternative Sentencing Program 1980

box 12, folder 25

Barrio Art Class Students of Jose Montoya n.d.

box 12, folder 26

California State University, Sacramento Student Art Show 1974

box 12, folder 27

Centro Activites General 1981-1983

box 12, folder 28

Centro Monthly Reports 1977

box 12, folder 28

Christmas Sale 1978

box 12, folder 30-31

Cinco de Mayo 1975-1979; 1982-1983

box 13, folder 1

"Cultural Affairs Project Yearbook," 1977-1978

box 13, folder 2

Cultural Events 1983-1984

box 13, folder 3-4

Dia de Las Madres 1975-1978

box 13, folder 5

Dia de los Muertos, 1978 (see also Box 34 Folder 6)

box 13, folder 6-7

"16 de septiembre" Festival 1978-1979

box 14, folder 1-2

Fiesta de Colores 1979-1980

box 14, folder 3

Fiesta de Maiz, 1982-1984 (see also Box 34 Folder 7)

box 14, folder 4

Indian Valley College, Novato 1983

box 14, folder 5

"One More Canto," Reno Club 1979

box 14, folder 6

Piano Concert File 1981-1982

box 14, folder 7

Poetry Program Notes n.d.

box 14, folder 8

La Raza Bookstore/ Galeria Posada 1980-1981

box 14, folder 9

Run for the Arts Fundraiser 1979

box 14, folder 10

SABIA/Lobos 1983-1984

box 14, folder 11

Tosata Loche, "Freddie's Band," n.d.

box 14, folder 12

Tres Pionos Chicanos, Sept. 6, 1980, includes 2 photos of Ernesto Palomino

box 14, folder 13-18

Xic-Indio, Chicano Opera by Freddie Rodriguez and RCAF Band 1978-1980

 

Dance Programs 1973-1983

box 14, folder 19

Dance Performance at Washington Center, Castillo/Alvarez Productions Contract 1977

box 14, folder 20

Danza Quetzalcoatl 1983

box 14, folder 21

Folklorico de Sacramento and Centro de Artistas Chicanos 1973

box 14, folder 22

Grupo Xochitl, Danza Quetzalcoatl 1981-1982

box 14, folder 23

Los Danzantes de Alegria 1976-1982

 

Exhibitions 1973-1984

box 15, folder 1

Aztlan Prints by Esteban Villa at La Raza Book Store and Galaría Posada 1981

box 15, folder 2

Califas, Chicano Art & Culture University of California, Santa Cruz 1981

box 15, folder 3

Centro De Artistas Chicanos Exhibit at Sonoma State University 1981

box 15, folder 4-5

Centro De Artistas Chicanos Progressive Mural Installation and Poster Exhibition , Crocker Art Museum (1969-1983) 1983

box 15, folder 6-8

Centro De Artistas Chicanos/RCAF General Exhibits, Tours, Workshops, Lectures 1973-1984

box 15, folder 9

Corazon de Aztlan: A Chicano Art Show at University of California, Santa Cruz 1981

box 15, folder 10

Exposición: A Traves De La Frontera at Centro de Estudios Económicos y Sociales del Tercer Mundo, Mexico 1983

box 15, folder 11-13

Miscellaneous Chicano Art Exhibits 1980-1983

box 15, folder 14-16

Pachuco Art - A Historial Update by Jose Montoya 1977-1978

box 15, folder 17

Posters From Cuba at California State University, Sacramento by RCAF 4/12/78

box 15, folder 18

Prelude to the Fifth Sun: Contemporary/Traditional Chicano & Latino Art at University of California, Berkeley 1977-1978

box 15, folder 19

Public Imagery Of The New Nicaragua at the University of California, Los Angeles 1981

box 15, folder 20

Quemadas Y Curadas at Sierra College 1976-1977

box 15, folder 21

Reflexiones: A Chicano-Latino Art Exhibit at Centro Cultural de La Raza of San Diego 1978

box 15, folder 22

What We Are.... Now at River City Gallery, Sacramento, CA 1980

 

Mental Health Programs 1978-1982

box 15, folder 23

Chicano Mental Health n.d.

box 15, folder 24

Instituto De Lengua Y Cultura, Grant Proposal to State of California Department of Mental Health 1981

box 15, folder 25

Mental Health Centers Staff Presentation to the Community n.d.

box 15, folder 26

Report to the President's Commission on Mental Health 1978

box 15, folder 27

State of California, Department of Mental Health, Centro De Artistas Chicanos Mental Health Promotional Branch Project 1981-1982

box 16, folder 1-4

State of California, Department of Mental Health, Centro De Artistas Chicanos Mental Health Promotional Branch Project 1981-1982

box 16, folder 5

Survey Flyers for Mental Health Posters n.d.

 

Mural Programs 1976-1983

box 16, folder 6

Burley, Idaho Mural Project 1976-1980

box 16, folder 7

The Butterfly Chronicles n.d.

box 16, folder 8-9

City of Sacramento Inter-City Mural Projects 1978-1983

box 16, folder 10

Franklin Community Center Mural Project 1980

box 16, folder 11

Lee Jr. High School Mural by Juanishi Orosco 1982

box 16, folder 12

Miscellaneous Murals 1977-1980

 

Muralismo 1980-1982

box 16, folder 13

Corrected Draft 1981

box 16, folder 14

Defunct Notes, ca. 1982

box 16, folder 15

Draft, ca. 1981

box 16, folder 16

Forward and Acknowledgements 1981-1982

box 16, folder 17

Interview Questions, Developed by San Quinones and Lumaria Espinosa n.d.

box 16, folder 18

Interviews 1981-1982

box 16, folder 19

Introduction Text Drafts 1981-1982

box 17, folder 1

Magazine 1981

box 17, folder 2

Magazine (out-dated), March-Dec 1981

box 17, folder 3

Master Copy, this is the stage the magazine evolved into 1982

box 17, folder 4

Mockup and Notes n.d.

box 17, folder 5

Notes on Murals n.d.

box 17, folder 6

Notes on RCAF n.d.

box 17, folder 7

Planning, ca. 1981

box 17, folder 8

Quotes n.d.

box 17, folder 9

Subject File – Muralism n.d.

box 17, folder 10

Text Development, "Primera Epoca" to "Metamorphosis," 1980-1982

 

Theater Programs 1981-1984

box 17, folder 11

Leyendas de Aztlan, Oakes College 1984

box 17, folder 12

San Francisco Mime Troupe 1981

box 18, folder 1

El Teatro Campesino 1981-1983

box 18, folder 2

Teatro de la Calle 1982-1983

box 18, folder 3

Teatro de la Esperanza 1984

box 18, folder 4

Teatro de la Tierra Morena 1981

box 18, folder 5

Teatro Latino 1981

 

Series III Correspondence Files 1973-1984

 

Incoming 1973-1984

box 18, folder 5

Breakfast for Ninos Program 1976-1978

box 18, folder 9

Children's Thank You Letters 1978

box 18, folder 10-12

City and County of Sacramento 1977-1978

box 18, folder 13-14

Diocese of Sacramento Department of Mexican American Affairs 1974-1978

box 19, folder 1

Foundation Letters 1973

box 19, folder 2

Funding Sources Responses 1982

box 19, folder 3

Information Requests 1979

box 19, folder 4

Internal Revenue Service 1982

box 19, folder 5

Island Filmworks 1980

box 19, folder 6

John Waddell & Co 1973

box 19, folder 7-14

Letters of Support 1973-1984

box 19, folder 15

Montoya, Jose 1981

box 20, folder 1

National Endowment for the Arts 1977-1978

box 20, folder 2

Sacramento Concilio, Inc. 1973-1975

box 20, folder 3

Singh, A., Legal File 1979

box 20, folder 4

State of California Employment Development Department 1982

box 20, folder 5

State Senator David Roberti 1983

box 20, folder 6

Thank You Letters 1980

box 20, folder 7-12

Miscellaneous

box 20, folder 13

1973

box 21, folder 1-11

1974-1984

 

Outgoing 1975-1982

box 22, folder 1

Espinosa, Luzmaria 1980-1982

box 22, folder 2

Favela, Ricardo, Consultant Service 1978

box 22, folder 3

Godina, Francisco, Resignation Letter 1981

box 22, folder 4

Iniguez, Sal, Project Rubble 1979

box 22, folder 5-6

Letters of Support 1976-1980

box 22, folder 7-14

Miscellaneous 1975-1979

 

Series IV Subject Files 1972-1974

box 22, folder 15

Activist Literature 1983-1984

box 22, folder 16-17

Alkali Flats 1975-1978

box 22, folder 18

American Indian Movement 1978

box 22, folder 19

Atencio, Tomas, (Scholar) 1979

box 23, folder 1

The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez Promotional Material 1983

box 23, folder 2

Belmont Studio Woodshop and Silkscreen Studio 1979

box 23, folder 3-4

Building Information, 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 1978-1980

box 23, folder 5

Califas Planning Grant by University of California, Santa Cruz 1981

box 23, folder 6-7

California Arts Council 1978-1981

box 23, folder 8

California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) Conference 1982

box 23, folder 9

California Council for the Humanities SPARC Chicano Mural Documentation Project 1984

box 23, folder 10

Calligraphy 1979

box 23, folder 11

Cancionero n.d.

box 23, folder 12

Canto al Pueblo 1977

box 23, folder 13

Casa Nicaragua, Poetry Contest 1981

box 23, folder 14

Ceramic Artist 1984

box 23, folder 15

Chicano Art Exhibits, Non-Centro/RCAF

box 23, folder 16

Chicano Art in the Media 1973-1981

box 23, folder 17

Chicano Caucus Directory 1979

box 23, folder 18

Chicanos in Film 1979

box 23, folder 19

Chicanos in Literature 1979

box 23, folder 20

Chicanos in Politics 1978-1979

box 23, folder 21

Chicanos in Sports 1977

box 23, folder 22

Chicanos in the Media 1979

box 23, folder 23

Chicanos on Stage 1979

box 24, folder 1

Chicano Youth Conference Bakersfield, CA 1983

box 24, folder 2

Colegio Ceasar Chavez 1976

box 24, folder 3

Comité Chicanarte 1977

box 24, folder 4-6

Concilio de Arte Popular 1978-1979

box 24, folder 7

Course on Chicano Experience n.d.

box 24, folder 8

Course on Yaqui Carlos Castañeda Y Don Juan n.d.

box 24, folder 9

Cuban Poster Art at California State University State 1978

box 24, folder 10

Earth Camp 1983

box 24, folder 11

Franklin Community Center 1980

box 24, folder 12

Heroes Mexicanos n.d.

box 24, folder 13-14

Hispanic Task Force: NEA 1977-1979

box 24, folder 15

Images of the Mexican Revolution, (Xerox copies of art work) n.d.

box 24, folder 16

Indian Cultural Center 1970s

box 24, folder 17

Information-Names-Phones on Artists & Art n.d.

box 24, folder 18-19

Instituto De Lengua Y Cultura Grant Proposal for a Computer System

 

(Centro De Artistas Chicanos was part of a sponsoring consortium) 1983

box 24

20 Interview with Franciso Salazar (a Tarahumara Indian) by James J. Melina 1972

box 24, folder 21

Job Announcements and Information for Chicano artists 1980-1981

box 24, folder 22

Legal Consultant-Larry Brisken 1982

box 24, folder 23

Legal Rights Guide, Bay Area Lawyers for the Arts 1975

box 24, folder 24

Legislative Art Bills n.d.

box 24, folder 25

List of Foundations with Chicano Interest n.d.

box 24, folder 26

Mailing List, Centro De Artistas Chicanos 1983-1984

box 24, folder 27

Metropolitan Arts Commission 1976

box 24, folder 28

Mexican-American Recovery House & Alcoholism Information Center Inc., Proposal submitted to California Arts Council 1977

box 25, folder 1

Montoya, Jose, Illustrations 1979

box 25, folder 2-3

Musica Es Cultura n.d.

box 25, folder 4

National Chicano Scholarship Foundation, A Proposal for Funding 1975

box 25, folder 5

National Endowment for the Arts, California Arts Council & San Francisco

 

Workbook For Economic Survival n.d.

box 25, folder 6

No Mar Sealant 1981-1983

box 25, folder 7

Non-RCAF Announcements Art Exhibits 1982-1983

box 25, folder 8

Onongada Community College 1974

box 25, folder 9

Open Ring Galleries

box 25, folder 10

Pachuco Art, A Film By Franciso Torrez and Jose Montoya 1978

box 25, folder 11

Photography Laboratory Procedure n.d.

box 25, folder 12

Pilgrimage to La Basilica 1977

box 25, folder 13

"Placa Art" Research 1978

box 25, folder 14-15

Plan Expo 1979

box 25, folder 16

Poets-In-The-Schools 1980

box 25, folder 17

Posada, Jose G., Art Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Mison 1980

box 25, folder 18

Proposition 13 1978

box 25, folder 19

Public Affairs Programs n.d.

box 25, folder 20

La Raza Justice Committee 1981

box 25, folder 21

Readings n.d.

box 25, folder 22

Reynaga, José "El Kid" n.d.

box 25, folder 23

"Sacra 7" Defense Information 1980

box 25, folder 24

Sacramento Arts Consortium 1980

box 25, folder 25-27

Sacramento Cable 1982-1983

box 26, folder 1-4

Sacramento Cable 1982-1983

box 26, folder 5

Sacramento City Unified School District 1979

box 26, folder 6-10

Sacramento Concilio, Inc. 1973-1975

box 27, folder 1-2

Sacramento Concilio, Inc. 1973-1975

box 27, folder 3

Sacramento Media (Radio, TV, Newspapers) n.d.

box 27, folder 4-5

Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission 1981-1982

box 27, folder 6

Sacramento Regional Arts Commission 1972-1973

box 27, folder 7

Sacramento Theaters for Rental Use n.d.

box 27, folder 8

Sacramento's Watergate 1978

box 27, folder 9

Sandalo 1978-1979

box 27, folder 10

Scott, Roger, Architect n.d.

box 27, folder 11

Southwest Center for Educational Television 1979

box 27, folder 12

State Coalition de Artistas, 1974-19 76

box 27, folder 13-14

El Teatro Campesino 1978-1981

box 27, folder 15-16

Theater- General 1974-1982

box 27, folder 17

Theater- The Role of Women in Chicano Teatro

box 27, folder 18

Third World Writers and Thinkers Symposium 1982

box 27, folder 19

Torres, Salvador "Queso", Mirror Show 1973

box 27, folder 20

Training Manuals 1977

box 27, folder 21

Transcripts: Interviews with RCAF, Southwest for Educational TV, Al Rayes 1981

box 27, folder 22

United Farm Workers Report by Favela, Ricardo 1982

box 27, folder 23

Women Articles 1979

box 27, folder 24

Women in Teatro Conference 1984

box 27, folder 25

Xerox Art Competition (Orosco, Juanishi) 1983

box 27, folder 26

Zoot Suit Play 1979

 

Series V Flyers, News Clippings, Publications 1973-1985

 

Flyers 1973-1985

box 27, folder 27

Arts in the Image of Man Workshop 1978

box 27, folder 28

Ballet Folkloricos 1979

box 27, folder 29

California State Assembly Resolution Awards 1984

box 27, folder 30-34

Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Flyers and Press Releases 1973-1985

box 28, folder 1-3

Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Flyers and Press Releases 1973-1985

box 28, folder 4

Chicano Art Exhibit Invitations 1977-1980

box 28, folder 5

Espinoza, Patricia n.d.

box 28, folder 6

Galeria de la Raza 1979

box 28, folder 7

Muniz, Frank 1981

box 28, folder 8-11

Miscellaney (Announcements, brochures, exhibitions and flyers) 1983-1985

 

News Clippings 1973-1985

box 28, folder 12

Art and Sociology, Canclini n.d.

box 28, folder 13

Art Reviews 1983

box 28, folder 14-15

California Arts Council 1977-1979

 

Centro de Artistas Chicanos

box 28, folder 16-17

Art Reviews 1977-1981

box 28, folder 18

Chicano Art Murals 1973-1975

box 28, folder 19-20

Miscellaneous Clippings 1978-1984

box 29, folder 1

Promotional Materials 1980-1982

box 29, folder 2

Public Reviews & Critic's Commentaries 1976

box 29, folder 3-4

Sacramento Bee 1981

box 29, folder 5

Chicanismo and Reagan 1980-1985

box 29, folder 6

Community Involvement Information 1978-1979

box 29, folder 7

Dia de los Muertos Articles 1980

box 29, folder 8

Gente, Ventura County n.d.

box 29, folder 9

El Hispano 1979

box 29, folder 10

Juicy Lucy's Juice Bar Mural, Somora, Andrea Maria 1979

box 29, folder 11

Mexican Art Articles 1974-1983

box 29, folder 12

Miscellaneous Articles 1981-1983

box 29, folder 13

Pre-19Columbian Articles 1978

 

Publications 1971-1981

box 30, folder 1

Arts Law Guide No. 3 1975

box 30, folder 2

California State University, Sacramento General n.d.

box 30, folder 3

Caribe: Arte de Puerto Rico 1980

box 30, folder 4

Centro de Artistas Chicanos Cinco de Mayo 1978

box 30, folder 5

Centro de Artistas Chicanos El Espejo del Movimiento 1977

box 30, folder 6

Chicanos Graficos . . . California n.d.

box 30, folder 7

Chismearte, La Mujer Special Issue, Fall/Winter 1977

box 30, folder 8

Community Art Murals, Galería De La Raza 1978

box 30, folder 9

The Effects of a College Teacher Training Project with Emphasis on Mexican

 

American Cultural Characteristics 1970

box 30, folder 10

Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program Response 1981

box 30, folder 11

Mira, Mira, Mira: Puerto Rican New Yorkers, Photographs by Rene Gelpi

 

Geno Rodriguez, Angel Franco, Jr. n.d.

box 30, folder 12-13

Miscellaneous Brochures, Catalogs, and Publications 1980-1981

box 30, folder 14

National Murals Network Newsletter 1978-1979

box 30, folder 15

The Naturalized University of Native American Heraldic Survival Art 1977

box 30, folder 16

The Painted Word, Tom Wolfe; Manifesto of the Communist Party, Karl Marx n.d.

box 30, folder 17

Personal Reflections: Masks by Chicano Artists in California, La Raza Bookstore n.d.

box 30, folder 18

Los Sembradores, Galería De La Raza 1976

box 30, folder 19

Task Force on Hispanic American Arts Questionnaire 1978

box 30, folder 20

201: Homenaje a la Cuidad de Los Angeles, Latino Experience in Literature & Art 1971

box 30, folder 21

Who Were the Brown Berets n.d.

 

Newsletters 1975-1986

box 30, folder 22

Advocates for the Arts 1981

box 30, folder 23

Ariztlan (Tempe, AZ) 1982

box 30, folder 24

Good Medicine News, (Auburne, CA) 1982-1983

box 30, folder 25

Mirarte 1982

box 31, folder 1

Miscellaneous Newsletters 1975-1986

box 31, folder 2

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA)Newsletter 1978

box 31, folder 3

Neighborhood Arts Program National Organizing Committee (NAPNOC) 1981

box 31, folder 4

Poet News 1981-1983

 

Magazines 1976-1985

box 31, folder 5

Azlo Productions 1980-1981

box 31, folder 6

Calmecac Mental Health Journal 1980

box 31, folder 7

Caminos, 1980 (issue featuring Chicano artists)

box 31, folder 8

Community Murals, Spring 1982

box 31, folder 9

Corazon de Aztlan, Aug/Sept 1982

box 31, folder 10

Miscellaneous Magazines 1976-1985

box 31, folder 11

Obras Beyond Baroque 1981

box 31, folder 12

Somos 1978

 

Series VI Color Copies, Photographs, Slides (A separate guide to slides is included in Appendix A.) 1978-1983

 

Color Copies

box 31, folder 13

Chano y Amigos n.d.

box 31, folder 14

Color Xeroxes for Anciano Class, Washington Plaza n.d.

box 31, folder 15

Miscellaneous Color Xeroxes n.d.

 

Photographs

box 31, folder 16

Centro Brochure and Mural Proofs 1981

box 31, folder 17

Cubana Photos, ca. 1977?

box 31, folder 18

Lay-out for "Ojo de Dios," Luzmaria Espinosa

box 31, folder 19

Miscellaneous Photo 1978

box 31, folder 20

Montoya, Jose and unidentified person n.d.

 

Photo Negatives

box 31, folder 21

Miscellaneous Photo Negatives, RCAF n.d.

box 31, folder 22

"Mural Magazine" Proof Sheets 1981

 

Slides (a separate, detailed guide is provided in appendix A.)

box 31, folder 23

Miscellaneous slides from Crocker Art Gallery (Centro Art Exhibits) 1982-1983

box 31, folder 24

Miscellaneous slides of Danzantes at Centro, from SMAC-Art in Public Places folder

box 31, folder 25

Miscellaneous slides from No-Mar Sealants folder 1981-1983

box 31, folder 26

Miscellaneous silkscreen slides undated

 

Series VII Creative Works 1974-1988

 

Favela, Ricardo, "Arte del Plato (Platito Cosmico)"

box 32, folder 1

#1, felt tip pen on paper plate.

box 32, folder 2

#2, felt tip pen on paper plate, 1975.

box 32, folder 3

#3, felt tip pen on paper plate, 1975.

box 32, folder 4

#4, felt tip pen on paper plate, 1975.

box 32, folder 5

#6, felt tip pen on paper plate, 1975.

box 32, folder 6

#8, felt tip pen on paper plate, 1975.

box 32, folder 7

#9, felt tip pen on paper plate, 1975.

box 32, folder 8

Favela, Ricardo, felt tip pen on paper plate n.d.

box 32, folder 9

Favela, Ricardo, felt tip pen on paper plate, with initials and 8/24/88 on backside

box 32, folder 10

Favela, Ricardo, Spraypaint Template

box 32, folder 11

Miscellaneous artwork

box 32, folder 12

"Musica es Cultura," Silkscreen Print n.d.

box 32, folder 13

RCAF Silkscreen Print

box 32, folder 14

Villa, Esteban, Pen and Ink Drawings on Board (felt tip pen?) n.d.

 

Creative Writings

box 32, folder 15

Espinosa, Luz Maria, San Francisco After Working Hours at Restaurant, Mission Rock 1978

box 32, folder 16

Favela, Ricardo, Odor of Business 1974

box 32, folder 17

Goldberg, Phil, Mano de Alma para Jose Montoya n.d.

box 32, folder 18

Gonzalez, Louie "the Foot", Chale con Gabacho Publishers, manuscript of poems n.d.

 

Montoya, Jose

box 32, folder 19

"El Arte Chicano: Resistencia en Aislamiento," Art and National Consciousness of Latin American People Symposium 1981

box 32, folder 20

Poetry, Farmworker's First Annual Convention 1975

box 32, folder 21

Songs, et al n.d.

box 32, folder 22-26

Writings undated

 

Oversize Box

box 35, folder 1

7 cardboard wall placards announcing "Los Codices Xeroxlan," Dos Murales de RCAF (Southside Park & K Street Mall), and acknowledgments for Muralismo, an RCAF publication. Provides list of artists, apprentices, assistants, photographers and facilitator.

 

Series VIII Graphic Arts Collections (A separate guide to silkscreens is included in appendix B)

 

Miscellaneous Announcement Posters

box 36

Miscellaneous Announcement Posters

 

Appendix A. Slides

 

Ojos de Dios; n.d.;

Creator: [Artist Unknown]
General Physical Description note: collage and embroidery;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 001.
 

"Ofrenda" for Día de los Muertos; 1978;

General Physical Description note: ofrenda/altar;Site/Location: Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 3. Comments/Descriptions:RCAF Community Altar. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 002(1-3).
 

Favela Altar; 1987;

General Physical Description note: altar;Site/Location: Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA; fund: Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 8. Comments/Descriptions:From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 003(1-8).
 

Huelga; 1900a-1986;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen, fabric, and buttons. Work encased in plexi-glass frame;Site/Location: Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 004.
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Main Altar (details); 1981;

General Physical Description note: mixed media altars;Site/Location: Southside Park, Seventh and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 2: Glass piece in center made by Juanishi V. Orosco. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 005(1-2).
 

"Community Altar" for Día de los Muertos (detail); 1900a-1978;

General Physical Description note: assistants: Members of the community;
General Physical Description note: mixed media including flowers, candles, food, art work, photos, etc.;Site/Location: Alkali Redevelopment Office, 12th and F Streets, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas/Breakfast for Niños; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Detail photo. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 006.
 

Día de los Muertos Altar; 1978;

General Physical Description note: altar;Site/Location: Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Constructed for Día de los Muertos community ceremony. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 007.
 

Reno Club Ofrenda; 1987;

General Physical Description note: ofrenda;Site/Location: Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA; fund: Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 008(1-2).
 

Slides 3-5: Aztec Calendar; 6-7: Abuela Mía; 1900a-1974;

General Physical Description note: acrylic on canvas, pine wood frame;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 009(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1987;

General Physical Description note: ceramic, styrofoam, and acrylic on paper;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 010.
 

Free los Siete; 1987;

General Physical Description note: altar;Site/Location: Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA; fund: Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 4. Comments/Descriptions:From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 011(1-4).
 

Cajita; 1987;

General Physical Description note: caja (box);Site/Location: Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA; fund: Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 012.
 

(title unknown); 1987;

General Physical Description note: caja (box);Site/Location: Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA; fund: Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Assemblage
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.1 013.
 

Aeronaves de Aztlán Automotive Co-Op; 1900a-1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Aeronaves de Aztlán, Sacramento Blvd., Sacramento, CA; fund: Aeronaves; slide photographer: Héctor Gonzalez;no. of slides: 16. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 8: Mural by Juan Cervantes.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 001(1-16).
 

Christmas Unity Program; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Hiram Johnson High School, Sacramento, CA; fund: Breakfast for Niños Program and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 19 . Comments/Descriptions:In slides 4, 8, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19: the piñatas were made by Rodolfo Cuellar. After the breaking of the piñatas, food was served and food baskets were given out.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 002(1-19).
 

"Anciano" City Hall Art Show; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: City Hall, 12th and I Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: California State University, Sacramento and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;no. of slides: 5.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 003(1-5).
 

Fiesta de Colores; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 23.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 005(1-23).
 

Television Interview (KOVR Channel 13--An ABC Affiliate); 1975;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Channel 13 Studio; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 011.
 

Fiesta de Maiz; 1982;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzales;no. of slides: 11. Comments/Descriptions:slide 10: Xilonen is taken to the "North" direction where Jennie Baca gives her consejos. North is direction of the elders and wisdom. Pictured with Xilonen (Jolene Gamino) is Gloria Tarin Gamino and Maquitl Ortiz.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 008(1-11).
 

Fiesta de Maiz; 1981;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 006(1-2).
 

Fiesta de Maiz; 1981;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 5.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 007(1-5).
 

Día de Tonantzín/La Virgen de Guadalupe; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Catholic Church, San José, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 11.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 004(1-11).
 

Television Interview (KCRA-Channel 3--An NBC Affiliate) re: The Butterfly Mural; 1980

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Centro de Artistas Chicanos; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 3.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 0010(1-3).
 

Solano County Mural Project; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: fund: Solano County Substance Abuse Program and California Arts Council Artist in Residency Program; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 009.
 

"Compañeros," Two Man Art Exhibition of Work by Esteban Villa and Ricardo Favela; 1985;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Auburn Arts Center, Auburn, CA; fund: Auburn Arts Center; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 27.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 012(1-27).
 

Barrio Art for Ethnic Groups; 1973;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Plaza, 13th and E Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and CSUS;no. of slides: 8.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 013(1-8).
 

José Montoya's "Pachuco Art: An Historical Update" Opening Night Reception; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Open Ring Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA; fund: California Arts Council, Centro de Artistas and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 014(1-2).
 

Royal Chicano Air Force and Breakfast for Niños Program Fundraiser; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Sacramento High School Auditorium, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos and Breakfast for Niños Program; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 75 . Comments/Descriptions:Slide 39: RCAF Band leader, Freddy Rodriguez singing one of the songs he composed for the Chicano opera "Xic-indio". The evening's entertainment included a poetry reading by José Montoya, a performance of a segment of Freddy Rodriguez's "Xic-Indio," and Teatro Campesino's performance of "El Fin del Mundo.".
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 015(1-75).
 

"Día de las Madres" Celebration; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Elementary School, 19th and F Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., Breakfast for Niños Program and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 30. Comments/Descriptions:slide 9: Pictured is "the kid" José Reynaga with youth group performing for the mothers. At right is Clara Cid, Sr., mistress of ceremony. (She is Armando Cid's mother). Poster on podium stand done by Ricardo Favela.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 016(1-30).
 

"Pachuco Art: An Historical Update" Art Exhibition; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Open Ring Gallery, J Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: California Arts Council, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 17.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 017(1-17).
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Annual Christmas Art Sale; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Open Rings Gallery, 6th and I Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 16.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 018(1-16).
 

National Association of Chicano Studies Conference; 1985;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: El Rancho Hotel, Sacramento, CA; fund: CSUS; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 30 .
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 019(1-30).
 

"Christmas Unity" Program; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Sutter Jr. High and Hiram Johnson High School, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 3. Comments/Descriptions:Christmas Unity.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 020(1-3).
 

Piñatas Making and Set-Up for Annual "Christmas Unity" Event; 1976;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Breakfast for Niños office, Sutter Jr. High, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 5. Comments/Descriptions:The making of a giant piñata.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 049(1-5).
 

"Fiesta de Maiz" First Annual Celebration of Chicano Cultural Ceremonies; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Zapata Park Housing Project, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 46. Comments/Descriptions:"Sacramento ceremonies conceived by community activists working for the Centro, Breakfast for Niños, Sacramento Concilio La Raza Bookstore and MECHA Sac State (CSUS). Its purpose was to fill the ceremonial void in the Chicano Movement. This ceremonia is to honor the coming of age of our Chicana youths represented by Chicanas to represent "Xilonen" a young tender ear of corn (maiz). The first Xilonen's name was Maria Maiz." 1-5: Construction of ceremonial chair and pyramid in Rudy Cuellar's backyard; 6-10: Transporting pyramid to Zapata Park; 11-26: Completion of pyramid; 27-32,34-35,37: Final preparations for ceremonia; 33: Gloria Rangel (center) is pictured with Children's group from the "South" direction. These neighborhood children (many from the Zapata Park Housing Project) learned a dace which they offered up during the ceremony; 36: Maria Maiz "Xilonen" with Gina Montoya; 38-46: Ceremonia performed by El Viento Stan Padilla, Dr. Arnaldo Solis and José Montoya. The ceremony shows the transformation of Maria Maiz into "Xilonen.".
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 046(1-46).
 

Mascara Making Workshops in local schools for "El Día de los Muertos"; 1977;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Mascara making.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 047(1-2).
 

Día de los Muertos Community Procession; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Hiram Johnson High School to Saint Mary's Cemetery (65th Street and 21st Avenue), Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City and County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 20. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 11: Process arriving at St. Mary's Cemetery. Pete Baca holding "female" skeleton, David Rasul holding corona on left, "Cisco" holding corona on right.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 026(1-20).
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Celebration; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Cultural Affairs Committee; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 35. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 34: Rainbow Dancers offering up a dance. In center Philip Santos and Tere Romo. Dancers (from left to right): Lupe Portillo (purple), LaLa Polendo (red), Chris Coronel, others -unidentified.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 038(1-35).
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Celebration; 1984;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Cultural Affairs Committee; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 77.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 039(1-77).
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Celebration; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; fund: Cultural Affairs Committee, County of Sacramento and California Arts Council; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 035.
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Celebration; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Royal Chicano Air Force and the City and County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 1: RCAF Band, featuring leader Freddy Rodriguez (with microphone) and Gloria Rangel vocalist.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 036(1-2).
 

"Día de los Muertos" silkscreen workshop; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Inner City Schools, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City and County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 11 .
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 028(1-11).
 

"Fiesta 16 de Septiembre" Celebration; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 19 . Comments/Descriptions:Royal Chicano Air Force Band (Freddy Rodriguez, leader) organized dancing component with Gloria and Irma Rangel.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 029(1-19).
 

"Día de los Muertos" Máscara (mask-making) Workshop; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Inner City Schools, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 15. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 9: High school students making a mask on fellow student. 14: masks drying at Wash. neighborhood center floor. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 027(1-15).
 

"Día de los Muertos" Community Altar and Ceremony; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., City and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 18. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Art Forms and Assemblage.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 024(1-18).
 

Día de los Muertos community procession; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Hiram Johnson High School (site of procession formation), Sacramento, CA; fund: Cultural Affairs Committee and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Día de los Muertos" Celebration. Cross-reference with Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 025.
 

Fiesta de Colores; 1981;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 120.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 031(1-120).
 

Fiesta de Colores; 1981;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 4. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 4: Looking in through the archway entrance into the ceremonial circle. All Participants had to come in through this doorway. This is always located in the East direction.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 032(1-4).
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Celebration; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas, County of Sacramento and the California Arts Council; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 9. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 1: Danzantes de los Colores: (from left to right) Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Elvia Nava, Francisco Quiroz, Alberto "Beto" Mestas, Oralia "LaLa" Polendo, (women in lime green-unidentified), Chris Coronel, "Southsid Johny" Gonzalez, Gloria Tarin Gamino, David Rasul, Melinda, Richard Rodriquez, Frances Godinez. Children: (unidentified child), Johnny Montoya, Teresa Portilla.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 034(1-9).
 

Fiesta de Maiz; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 044(1-4).
 

Fiesta de Colores; 1980;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 17. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 7: The guardians for the "West" are joined by Gina Montoya, a guardian for the "Center". As a guardian for the Center, she (and Juanishi Orosco and Dr. Arnaldo Solis) were responsible for setting up the main altar; 9: In setting up the main altar, representatives (guardians) from each direction make offerings. Picture from right to left: Josie talamontez, Rosa Hernandez, Jennie Baca, LaLa Polendo, (next two people are unidentified). They are representing the "west" direction of women.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 030(1-17).
 

Fiesta de Colores; 1982;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Conrad Miranda;no. of slides: 9. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 3: Procession into the ceremonial circle. Guest of Honor were Danza Mexicayotl from San Diego. 4: Danza Mexicayotl making musical offering. Their "Capitan" is Mario Aguilar (2nd from the left). 6: Dance offering from West (women).
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 033(1-9).
 

Fiesta de Maiz; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 5.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 045(1-5).
 

Fiesta de Maiz; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 2: Pictured (left to right): David Rasul, Dr. Arnaldo Solis, Juanishi Orosco, Juanita Polendo, Richard Rodriguez, Jennie Baca, Chuy Ortiz, Jose Montoya, Willie Chacon, (unidentified person), Geraldo "Jed" Martin. David Rasul representing the East (Direction of males/warriors) offers a poem for the ceremonia.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 043(1-2).
 

"Fiesta de Maíz" Celebration; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Streets, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 56 . Comments/Descriptions:Pyramid built by Rodolfo Cuellar. Slide 35: Guardians of the Center waiting for the approach of Xilonen. Pictured (from left to right): Jennie Baca, Jose Montoya, Tere Romo, Tony Cervantes.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 042(1-56).
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Celebration; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 40 . Comments/Descriptions:Slide 24": "Tlaloc" the Aztec god of rain personified and leading the procession around the Southside Park Band.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 037(1-40).
 

"Fiesta de Colores" Celebration; 1985;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Cultural Affairs Committee; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 30. Comments/Descriptions:Special guests were "Los Voladores" de México.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 040(1-30).
 

"Fiesta de Maíz" Celebration; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Cultural Affairs Committee; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Rodolfo Cuellar created pyramid in slide 1.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 041(1-2).
 

"Día de Los Muertos" Annual Procession and Ceremonia; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: St. Mary's Cemetary, 21st Avenue and 65th Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Breakfast for Niños Program, La Raza Bookstore, Sacramento Concilio and CSUS MECHA Guadalupe Society; slide photographer: Juan Carrillo;no. of slides: 3. Comments/Descriptions:"As with all Chicano communities, we in Sacramento also celebrated 'Día de Los Muertos'. But, we celebrated ours for all these years at the main Chicano cemetary in Sacramento. It is here that the majority of our familias are buried so it makes our ceremonia that much more real because we come to visit our recently deceased each and every year." Slide 24: Dr. Arnoldo Solis (left) making a prayer offering at St. Mary's Cemetery.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 023(1-3).
 

"Día de las Madres" Celebration; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Elementary School, 19th and F Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and Breakfast for Niños Program; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 29.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 022(1-29).
 

"Cinco de Mayo 1979" Celebration; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 32 .
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 021(1-32).
 

"One More Canto" Poetry Reading; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Reno Club, 12th and D Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 37 . Comments/Descriptions:Though shortlived (only took place 2 years), the poetry reading drew crowds from the Bay Area on a Tuesday night due to its unique setting. The Reno Club was a neighborhood bar in the barrio. Slide 20: Olivia Castellanos from Sacramento; 33: Jose Montoya from Saesa.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 048(1-37).
 

Ceremonia para Tonanzin en el día doce de Dicembre, La Fiesta para La Virgen de Guadalupe; 1976;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: La Iglesia "La Virgen de Guadalupe," 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 4. Comments/Descriptions:"As we became more familiar with our indigenous ceremonies, we began to honor them. The ceremonia for the Virgen is one of the most important and it concludes the ceremonial cycle for the year." Slide 3: Children from Danza quetzalocoatl dancing in front of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in honor of the Virgen's feast day.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 050(1-4).
 

Galería de la Raza's 20th Anniversary Celebration; 1990;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: 2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 16.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 051(1-16).
 

Galería de la Raza's 20th Anniversary Celebration; 1990;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: 2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 16.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 051(1-16).
 

"Cannery Workers" Art Exhibition of Esteban Villa; 1978 ;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Galería Posada, 15th and G Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Galería Posada;no. of slides: 19.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 052(1-19).
 

La Raza Bookstore; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: 1228 F Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: La Raza Bookstore;no. of slides: 11. Comments/Descriptions:Shots of outside and inside of Bookstore within the building that no longer exists.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 054(1-11).
 

"Canto Series" Poetry Reading; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Odd Fellows Hall, Sacramento, CA; fund: La Raza Bookstore; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 19.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 053(1-19).
 

National Chicano Moratorium 20th Anniversary; 1990;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Los Angeles, CA; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 38.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 055(1-38).
 

"Metamorphosis"; 1980;

General Physical Description note: paint brush, roller, airbrush, stencil, and Mexican Politec acrylics;fund: City of Sacramento and the Redevelopment Agency of Sacramento; slide photographer: José Montoya, Conrad Miranda and Juan Carrillo ;no. of slides: 44. Comments/Descriptions:The slides show the initial sketches for the mural and follow the process through, from beginning stages to the completion of the work. Cross-reference with Murals.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 056(1-44).
 

Fairfield High School Mural Dedication; 1984;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Fairfield, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;no. of slides: 10.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 061(1-10).
 

"The Oro de Aztlán/El Arte del Royal Chicano Air Force" Art Show; 1990;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA; fund: California State University, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 35 . Comments/Descriptions:Slide 18: Watercolor by Jose Montoya. Entitled "No More Drive-Bys For This Vato." 31" x 38". The piece is meant to be placed blat on a pedastal to give the viewer a feeling of looking into a coffin. 1990; 26 watercolor by Celia Rodriguez. 22" x 30" 1985. This work is part of her "La Llorona" series.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 064(1-35).
 

Poster Exhibition and Work in Progress for Mural "Crystallizing the Chicano Art Myth"; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and Crocker Art Museum; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 46. Comments/Descriptions:Mural measurements: 12' x 28'. Cross-reference with Murals.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 065(1-46).
 

Royal Chicano Air Force/UCSB Performance and Art Show; 1973;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: University of California, Santa Barbara, CA; fund: UCSB;no. of slides: 37.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 071(1-37).
 

Southside Park Mural #II Dedication and 16 de Septiembre Celebration; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 074.
 

Southside Park Mural #II Dedication of the Diez y Seis de Septiembre Celebration; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th & T Streets, Sacramento, CA; fund: Cultural Affairs Committee and the County of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 43 .
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 075(1-43).
 

"Royal Chicano Air Force Restrospective Poster Art--In Search of Mr. Con Safos" Exhibition; 1989;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Lankford and Cook Gallery, 11020 White Rock Road, Rancho Cordova, CA; fund: Lankford and Cook Corp.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 14.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 070(1-14).
 

Progressive Work of Idaho Migrant Council Mural; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Idaho Migrant Council Building, Burley, Idaho; fund: IMC; slide photographer: Juan Orosco;no. of slides: 32. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Murals.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 068(1-32).
 

Progression of LASERIUM UPM Mural; 1983-1984;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: "K" Street Underpass of the I-5 Freeway into Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA; fund: City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 44. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Murals.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 066(1-44).
 

"Xic-Indio," A Chicano Opera; 1980;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Sacramento Convention Center, 14th and L Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 39.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 078(1-39).
 

"Día de los Muertos, Una Ofrenda a la Vida" Exhibition; 1990;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Memorial Union Art Gallery, University of California, Davis, CA; fund: University of California, Davis; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 11. Comments/Descriptions:Group exhibition; main altar by Gina Montoya. Cross-reference with Assemblage.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 060(1-11).
 

Progressive Work of Chicano Park Murals; 1975;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: San Diego, CA; fund: City of San Diego;no. of slides: 40. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Murals.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 067(1-40).
 

Inside Centro de Artistas Chicanos and the Centro Store; 1900a-1983;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, 2904 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 17.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 062(1-17).
 

El Trio Casindio and the Royal Chicano Air Force Band; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, 2906 and 2904 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 28.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 077(1-28).
 

Cuban Poster Art Exhibition; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Main Art Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and CSUS;no. of slides: 11.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 058(1-11).
 

"Run for the Arts" Race; 1979;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Discovery Park, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 39.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 072(1-39).
 

silkscreen Demonstration at "Deadlines" Art Exhibition; 1988;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Fresno Metropolitan Museum; fund: Fresno Metropolitan Museum; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 10. Comments/Descriptions:Trio Casindio also played at the opening; 1: Silk sreen demonstration by Louie Gonzalez; 2: Louie the "Foot" Gonzalez silkscreen demonstration; 3: John Sierra y Sharkey de Siga and a Royal Chicano Air Force calavera; 4: John Sierra, Director, Arte Americas, Fresno; 5: Drying the prints, silkscreen workshop by Louie Gonzalez y Ricardo Favela; 6: Sharkey de Siga silkscreen demonstration; 7-8: Louie Gonzalez, silkscreen workshop; 9: Danny de Siga, Fresno Metropolitan Museum exhibition designer, and Louie Gonzalez, with a silkscreen by Royal Chicano Air Force; 10: silkscreen demonstration prints.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 073(1-10).
 

"Concilio de Arte Popular" Conference and Workshops; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Holy Angels Site, 7th and S Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Juan Carrillo and Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 39. Comments/Descriptions:Activities included silkscreen workshop with Rodolfo Cuellar and Louie the "Foot" Gonzalez, a performance by the Royal Chicano Air Force Band, and a spray can mural by Gilbert Lujan (Magu). 13: Silkscreen workshop led by Louie "the foot" Gonzalez. Next to him is "Sapo" (Tomas Avilez) from La Brocha del Valle in Fresno.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 057(1-39).
 

"Tribute to José Montoya for His Twenty Years of Joda" Slide Presentation; 1991;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Ricardo Favela, Freddy Gonzalez, Max García, Juan Carrillo and José Montoya ;no. of slides: 199. Comments/Descriptions:Note: This is a compilation of slides from various center activities that needs to be assigned to specific Royal Chicano Air Force activity.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 076(1-199).
 

"Día de las Madres" Celebration; 1975;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Centro de Artistas Chicanos Courtyard, Holy Angels Site, 7th and S Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos and the County of Sacramento;no. of slides: 19.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 059(1-19).
 

The Royal Chicano Air Force Mural Show; 1984;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and California State University, Sacramento Art Gallery; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 55.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 069(1-55).
 

"One More Canto" Poetry Reading; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Reno Club, 12th Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Royal Chicano Air Force and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. ; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 6.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 063(1-6).
 

Barrio Art Program: "Ancianos Component"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Plaza, 14th and E Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: CSUS and Sacramento Redevelopment Agency; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 14.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 080(1-14).
 

Barrio Art: Children's Component ; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Neighborhood Center, Inc., 16th and D Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: CSUS; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 77. Comments/Descriptions:Slide 3: Shows a piñata making workshop.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 079(1-77).
 

Children's Barrio Art; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Washington Neighborhood Center, Inc., 16th and D Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: CSUS and Associated Students, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 31 .
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 081(1-31).
 

Daganawida Quetzalcoatl University Benefit Musical Concert; 1985;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Sacramento Music Recital Hall, California State University, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Royal Chicano Air Force, DQU and CSUS; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 35.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 082(1-35).
 

Indian Meetings at Royal Chicano Air Force; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 22.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 083(1-22).
 

silkscreen Framing Workshop; 1982 ;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA; fund: Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 31.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 084(1-31).
 

Tile Designs by Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics; 1984;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: 2904 and 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA; fund: Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 085.
 

Concilio de Arte Popular (The People's Art Council); 1984 ;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Teatro Campesino, San Juan Bautista, CA; fund: Teatro Campesino; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 31.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 086(1-31).
 

Exhibition of Royal Chicano Air Force Posters (organized by José Montoya and Ricardo Favela) at the Chicano Literature and Arts Conference (C.L.A.C.); 1986;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Maison de L'Amerique Latina, University of Paris, and Institute Charles V, Paris, France; fund: University of Paris and the American Consulate in Paris; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 44.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 087(1-44).
 

Fiesta de Maiz/Fiesta del Ocelótl; 1989;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 25.
General Physical Description note: Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.3 088(1-25).
 

Don Quijote; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 001.
 

Redman's Plague; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 002.
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cinco de Mayo" Celebration and Art Sale at California State University, Sacramento, CA.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 003(1-2).
 

Adelante, on the Barrio Olympics; 1974;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 004.
 

Can't Take it with You; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 005.
 

Chilalquisol; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 006.
 

The Crack in Esteban Villa's Raza Cósmica Egg; 1973;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 007.
 

Cuauhtémoc; 1974;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 008.
 

Día de los Muertos; 1973;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 009.
 

Don't Get Sick in Amerika ; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 010.
 

Don't Mess with Me U.S. of A. or I'll Piss on You; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 011.
 

El Rey del Maíz; 1976;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 019.
 

Los Pintos; 1973;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 016.
 

Los Vatos; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 032.
 

La Malachismosa; 1973;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 012.
 

Moon Tree or I Loved Her; 1972;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 013.
 

Oda to a Moska; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 014.
 

Pendejo; 1972;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 015.
 

Police Brutality; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 017(1-4).
 

Por Pendejo; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 018.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force; 1983-1984;

General Physical Description note: color pencils;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 020.
 

Self-Portrait; 1985;

General Physical Description note: color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 021.
 

Sketch for 3-D; 1972;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 022.
 

Su Dinero o Su Vida; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 023.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 024(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 025(1-4).
 

(title unknown); 1972;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 026.
 

(title unknown); 1977;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 027(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1981;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color felt tip pens;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 6. Comments/Descriptions:Postcard designs.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 028(1-6).
 

Tlaloco; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 029(1-2).
 

UFW Cooperative Space Station # Uno; 1900a-1983;

General Physical Description note: color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983).
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 030.
 

UFW Cooperative Space Station # Uno; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 031.
 

La Virgen del Valle; 1972;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 033.
 

Your Humble Serpent, Dios ; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 034.
 

(title unknown); 1900a-1974;

General Physical Description note: pencil and black ballpoint pen;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 035.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink with color washes;slide photographer: Max Garcia;no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 036(1-4).
 

Sketch Book Drawings; 1900a-1974;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink;no. of slides: 13.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 037(1-13).
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: color felt tip pens;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 038.
 

Vato Loco; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 039.
 

1: "Consejos de Olin--El Sexto Sol"; 2: "Cruz del Aguila"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 3. Comments/Descriptions:Galería Nueva.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 040(1-3).
 

"Aguila"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 041.
 

Aguila Series I & II, 1: "Dancers of the Light"; 2: "Estrellas del Aguila"; 1990;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Artist is represented in Los Angeles by Galería Nueva, 912 East 3rd Street #402, Los Angeles, CA 90013.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 042(1-2).
 

"Amor Indio"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Rapidograph pen;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for "In Progress" mural at the Crocker Museum, Sacramento, CA (the finished mural is entitled, "Crystallization of the Chicano Myth").
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 043.
 

"Arco Iris"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 044.
 

"Astro Pilots--Aztlán Warriors"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt pen washes on paper and newspaper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 045.
 

"Aztlán Warrior" Series; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on note paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Seminal drawings of "Aztlán Warrior" imagery that continues to evolve to the present. . . Eagle Knight Warrior. . . .
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 046.
 

"Buscando La Luz"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 047.
 

"Campesino"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for mural design, Lodi, CA.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 048.
 

"Campesino"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for print.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 049.
 

"Can You Hear Their Song? Their Dance Brings in the Light"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 050.
 

"Cem-Anahuac"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 051.
 

"Clouds"; 1991;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orsoco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 052.
 

"The Clouds Kept Rolling Back"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 053.
 

"Con La Mano en la Maquina del Futuro"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Preliminary sketch for offset print and painting.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 054.
 

"Daniel, El Indio"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: top: pencil on construction paper; lower: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 056.
 

"Daniel, El Indio"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 057.
 

"Daniel--El Indio"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 058.
 

"Daniel, El Indio"; 1991;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Dedicated to Juanishi's late brother.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 059.
 

"Do You Know What Happens Between the Light?"; 1991;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 060.
 

"Dream Carrier"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for larger piece, sold through Galería Nueva.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 061.
 

"Eagle Knight"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 062.
 

"Eagle Knight Warrior"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: mechanical drawing pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 063.
 

"Eagle Knight Warrior"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 064.
 

"Educación Bilingüe Bicultural"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil sketch;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 065.
 

"El Día de los Muertos"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;fund: National Endowment for the Arts and the Gannet Foundation; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Pencil sketch for mural billboard designed as an advertisement for "El Día de los Muertos" procession & ceremony.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 055.
 

"El Movimiento para el Sexto Sol"; 1982;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper with Rapidograph on clear acetate;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for prints and T's.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 081.
 

"El Nagual"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 084.
 

"El Sol"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 090.
 

"Fiesta de Maiz"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Pencil drawing for silkscreen print announcing "Fiesta del Maiz".
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 066.
 

"Fiestas de Colores"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 067.
 

"Guardians of the Sacred Circle"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for "Metamorphosis" (butterfly) mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 068.
 

"Hey!"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 070.
 

La Historia Cultural de la Raza Mexicana; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for Lodi High MECHA Mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 071.
 

"I Don't Dream of Columbus"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 072.
 

"I Don't Know Their Names, But, I Can Feel Them"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on grey illustration board;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orsoco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 073.
 

"La India"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 074.
 

"La India"; 1973;

General Physical Description note: color pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for painting.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 075.
 

"Indio/Vato"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 076.
 

"Infinite Faith"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Design submitted and approved for ceramic tile mural (stage and steps), (completed 10-91).
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 077.
 

"Juicio"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 078.
 

"Lord of the Dawn"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt pen on shopping bag paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 079.
 

"Los Guys"; 1978;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink;fund: National Endowment for the Arts; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Preliminary sketch for mural by Juanishi Orosco and Esteban Villa. Migrant Council Building, Burley, Idaho.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 069.
 

"Metamorphosis: El Nacimiento de la Nueva Raza"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor pencil on tissue paper over-lays;fund: CAC/NEA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for airbrushed painting (acrylic on Masonite, 8' x 14'), included in traveling exhibition. Curated by René Yañez, Galería de la Raza, San Francisco, CA.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 080.
 

"Nacimiento del Sexto Sol"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: litho pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 082.
 

"Nacimiento del Sol"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen, and ink wash on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for Mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 083.
 

"Nopalmid"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: charcoal pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 085.
 

"Rainbow Riders"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: charcoal pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 086.
 

"Seed Carrier"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Incomplete study.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 087.
 

Self-Portrait; 1972;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 088.
 

"She's a Star Catcher"; 1991 ;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen and Prismacolor pencil;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 089.
 

"Sunset Pacific" series; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on frosted acetate;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:First study for Joseph P. Rooney (Art in Public Places) Police Substation proposal. Mural design was eventually used for U.C.D. Medical Center Mural Project.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 091.
 

Sunset Pacifica; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Design submitted and approved for ceramic tile mural (completed October 1991).
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 092.
 

"They Are the Twin Brothers" I series; 1991;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 093.
 

"They are the Twin Brothers II" series; 1991;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 094.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and color pencil;no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 095(1-4).
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Felt tip pen and pencil on sketch paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 096.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 097.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen and felt tip pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 098.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:First of several studies on the theme of the "New Man and Woman of the Barrio." Ultimately developed for the mural at Southside Park Amphitheatre, Sacramento, CA.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 099.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Second of several studies, "New Man & Woman of the Barrio," later used for the Southside Park mural in Sacramento, CA.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 100.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt pen and Rapidograph on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:One of several in study on the theme of unity among "Indigenas" of North America and Mexico. Used as the logo for the International Conference of Indigenous People, Fresno, CA (1981?).
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 101.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on graph paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Detail of sketch for proposed mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 102.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: 1: oil pastel on watercolor paper; 2: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 103(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:1: Prismacolor 1986, scale 1" = 1".
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 104(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: chalk pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Recent works in artist's studio.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 105(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on layout paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Early development sketch for "Heroes" mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 106.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt marker transfers on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 107.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: ballpoint pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Design study for the first Southside Park Amphitheatre mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 108.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for Lodi High School MECHA Mural, Lodi, CA.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 109.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Color study.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 110.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt tip pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Mandela tile study for K Street Underpass Mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 111.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Mandela tile study for K Street Underpass Mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 112.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Detail of design submitted for ceramic tile mural (stage right).
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 113.
 

(title unknown); 1978;

General Physical Description note: felt pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Preliminary sketch for mural by Juanishi V. Orosco at the Southside Park Amphitheatre, Sacramento, CA.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 114.
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink, and pencils;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 5.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 115(1-5).
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: color felt tip pens;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 116.
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 117.
 

"Tlamantinis"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for Vacaville High MECHA Mural.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 118.
 

"The Tree of Life"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Study for print.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 119.
 

UMP; 1984;

General Physical Description note: sketch for tile designs;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 120(1-2).
 

"Venado Series"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosoco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 121.
 

"Venados" series; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 122.
 

"Warrior de la Luz Nueva"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt pen on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:One of several in study of "Warriors de la Luz Nueva".
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 123.
 

"Warrior of la Luz Nueva"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Prismacolor on watercolor paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 124.
 

"You Can See the Sun in Their Eyes"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: oil pastel on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 125.
 

3rd World Astropilot of Aztlán; 1984;

General Physical Description note: sketch for tile designs;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 126.
 

Black and White Mujer Series; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pen and ink;no. of slides: 9.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 127(1-9).
 

The General; 1984;

General Physical Description note: sketch for tile designs;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 128.
 

Huichol Deer; 1984;

General Physical Description note: sketch for tile designs;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 129.
 

Indian-Ana; 1984;

General Physical Description note: sketch for tile designs;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 130.
 

Indian Centennial; 1984;

General Physical Description note: sketch for tile designs;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 131.
 

Judge Charging; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 132.
 

Lady Justice; 1971;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 133.
 

Pluma Roja Series; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 12.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 134(1-12).
 

Poet Roberto Vargas; 1971;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 135.
 

Portrait of Manuel; 1969;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 136.
 

Red Gallo; 1984;

General Physical Description note: sketch for tile designs;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 137.
 

Richard Soto; 1971;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 138.
 

Ruben Salazar; 1970;

General Physical Description note: pencil;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 139.
 

Ruben Salazar; 1971;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 140.
 

Store Woman; 1970;

General Physical Description note: pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 141.
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: color markers on coated stock paper;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 5.
General Physical Description note: Drawings
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.4 142(1-5).
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster; 1900a-1979;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela and Juan Carrillo;no. of slides: 3.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 001(1-3).
 

Third World Film Series; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 002.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster; 1900a-1987;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela, Juan Carrillo and Hector Gonzalez;no. of slides: 17. Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 10: "Friends of the River", 1976; 13: "Fiesta de Navidad", 1975; 5: "Third World Writers and Thinkers Symposium"; 6: "Benefit Cultural Program"; 9: "It's Only You, Baby!", 1976.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 003(1-17).
 

Before Menudo; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 005.
 

Before the Morning; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 006.
 

The Centaur; 1970s;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 007.
 

Chile Cósmico; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 008.
 

Cinco de Mayo; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 009.
 

La Cucaracha; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 010.
 

El Bautismo; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 004.
 

El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata, 1879-1920, "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado"; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 015.
 

El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata, 1879-1920, "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado"; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 016.
 

El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata 1879-1920 "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado"; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 017.
 

El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata 1879-1920 "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado"; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 018.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster; 1900a-1977;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 11 . Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 9: "Tardeada con Cesar Chavez"; 4:"Chicano Ball", 1976; 11: "Cinco de Mayo", 1976; 20: "Cinco de Mayo", 1975.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 021(1-11).
 

Fiera con Jefa; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 011.
 

Gallo; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 012.
 

Mujer; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: lithoprint;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 014.
 

Música Mujer; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 013.
 

La Perra y su Tía; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: lithoprint;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 019.
 

Redman's Plaque in the Positive and Negative; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 020.
 

Sacramento City College's Washington Barrio Education Center; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: offset print;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Center located at 1512 C St., Sacramento, CA.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 022.
 

Sunrise; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 023.
 

Sunrise; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: lithoprint;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 024.
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 3.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 025(1-3).
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: serigraph;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 026.
 

Woman with Algo; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 027.
 

Cinco de Mayo; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 028.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1990;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela, Freddy Gonzalez and Juan Carrillo;no. of slides: 47. Comments/Descriptions:5: Los Mascarones; 6: Ché; 17: 10 y 6 de Septiembre; 18: Teatro Campesino; 33: "Gran Kermes and Baile"; 41: Chicano Art Expo 74; 42: Dia de la Raza; 44: Murales.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 030(1-47).
 

Mascarones; 1973;

General Physical Description note: woodcut;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 029.
 

El RCAF/Con Safos; 1989;

General Physical Description note: photo silkscreen;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Poster for "Royal Chicano Air Force Retrospective Poster Art" Exhibition.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 033.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster; 1971-1989;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Max García, Ricardo Favela, Juan Carrillo and Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 56. Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 37: "Chicano Art Show"; 39: "Día de los Muertos"; 42: "El Centro de Artistas Chicanos"; 49: "In Search of Mr. Con Safos"; 46: "Centennial"; 26: "Baile"; 24: "Sube la Xilonen" (poem by Dr. Arnaldo Solis); 9: "Rivera Orozco Siqueiros"; 13: "Chicana".
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 034(1-56).
 

Huelga; 1987;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and buttons;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Assemblage and Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 031.
 

Huelga/Strike; 1976;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 032.
 

(title unknown); 1900a-1975;

General Physical Description note: zinc plates with asphaltum layering;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 035.
 

(title unknown); 1900a-1975;

General Physical Description note: zinc plates with asphaltum layering;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 036.
 

(title unknown); 1900a-1975;

General Physical Description note: zinc plates with asphaltum layering;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 037.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 038(1-4).
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1980;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela, Max Garcia and Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 19. Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 10: "Third World Writers and Thinkers Symposium", 1976; 7: "Chicano Teatro".
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 039(1-19).
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: serigraph;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 040.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1990;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela, Max García and Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 78. Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 13: "This is Not Just Another Poster"; 22: "8 Dias del Mundo Chicano"; 26: "En Estos Ojos"; 28: "Hidalgo"; 35: "Viva La Huelga"; 40: "Chismearte".
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 041(1-78).
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1978;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 6. Comments/Descriptions:5: "Dance", 1974.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 042(1-6).
 

Pensativa--Study After Zuniga; 1991 ;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Rainbow blend with superimposed large crouched nude lady.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 043.
 

Primer Conferencia Femenil ; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 044.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Guerrillas del Corazon III; 1990;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen with oil pastel color treatment;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Not a multiple print, collection of the artist. Cross-reference with Painting.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 045.
 

Sacra-Momento; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: serigraph;slide photographer: Irma C Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 046.
 

Tesoros de la Raza; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen print;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 047.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1978;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 15 . Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 3: Stan Padilla's "Fiesta de Colores"; 8: Kathryn Garcia's "Celebración", 1974.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 048(1-15).
 

Boxeador; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: linoleum print;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 049.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1985;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela, Max Garcia and Juan Carrillo;no. of slides: 20. Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 8: "Dennis Banks"; 9: "Pachuco Art: An Historical Update", 1978; 10: "La Raza Drug Effort"; 16: "Recuerdos del Palomar".
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 051(1-20).
 

Ojos Veterano; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: monoprint;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 050.
 

(title unknown); 1900a-1973;

General Physical Description note: lithograph;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 052(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1982;

General Physical Description note: serigraph;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 053.
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 3.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 054(1-3).
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster; 1900a-1976;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 055(1-4).
 

Aztlán Warrior (series); 1981 ;

General Physical Description note: Rapidograph drawing incorporating dot screens;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:This design was reproduced as an offset print and also as a T-Shirt design.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 056.
 

"Campesino"; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: detail of a silkscreen print on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:This is a detail of a calendario printed by artists of the Royal Chicano Air Force and the Galería de la Raza under the direction of René Yanez and Ralph Maradiaga.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 058.
 

Cover (Hispanorama SCHWERPUNKT Chicano Literature) "El Nagual y El Tonal"; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: offset print of pen and ink drawing on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 059.
 

Early Outreach Partnership Program U.C.D.; 1978;

General Physical Description note: offset of watercolor on notebook folder;fund: U.C.D. Early Outreach; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 060.
 

El Bautiso de Daniel Montoya-Orosco; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: pencil and dot pattern on paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Design created for the baptism of our third son Daniel Montoya-Orosco. This was printed offset on gold lined invitation stock.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 057.
 

"El Movimiento Para el Sexto Sol" (Series); 1982;

General Physical Description note: Rapidograph on paper and Xerox;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Rapidograph drawings on paper, Xeroxed together to create one image. [Note: slide of original full color drawing to be sent at a later date.].
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 067.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster; 1900a-1990;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Max García, Ricardo Favela and Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 38. Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 21: "Tierra Sol Madre Santa Tierra Sol Libertad"; 34: "One More Canto"; 20: "Gran Baile Y Noche Social".
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 071(1-38).
 

"Familia"; 1988;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen print on canvas paper;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:silkscreen print printed as an "Award Of Excellence" for the recipients of the California Rural Legal Assistance Award of Excellence, Fifth Annual Award.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 061.
 

Fiesta de Colores; 1979;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Sacramento County Cultural Awards; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Eighteenth de marzo spring mercado musica y comida, Southside Park, Fiesta de Colores.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 062.
 

Fiesta de Colores; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: flyer, color offset;fund: Sacramento County Cultural Awards; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 063.
 

From "El Calendario de la Comida"; 1977;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen print;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 064.
 

Gina, La Bug (Study) Dedicated to my Wife Gina Montoya Orosco; 1980;

General Physical Description note: Xerox copy;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Copy of a photo of Gina and an enlarged xerox of a pencil sketch of crystals and ollin xeroxed together. This was a layout design later enlarged 300% on photocopy poster paper and painted with acrylic paints as a paper painting.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 065.
 

Madre Santa Tierra Sol, Madre Santa, Libertad!; 1987;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:This is part of a suite of prints by Royal Chicano Air Force artists as part of La Raza Bookstore's Quinceañera celebration.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 066.
 

Pueblo Dreams (Series); 1982 ;

General Physical Description note: airbrushed inks on illustration board;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Reproduced for announcement of one of my one-man shows.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 068.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Art Sale and Fundraiser; 1982;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen poster;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 069.
 

The Royal Chicano Air Force Lands in San Francisco; 1991;

General Physical Description note: offset print announcement;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Design commissioned to be used as announcement for posters of the Royal Chicano Air Force. Also painted by artist as a billboard on Galería's wall announcing the Exhibition.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 070.
 

(Separations) Fifth Annual Operation Christmas Unity; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen print;fund: City of Sacramento Revenue Sharing; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 3.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 072(1-3).
 

Third Annual Performance of Ballet Folklorico; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen print;fund: Ballet Folkorico de Sac (supply money only); slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 073.
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: serigraph;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 074(1-2).
 

BERNABÉ Cinco de Mayo; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: offset print;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 075.
 

Cinco de Mayo Maya Club; n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 076.
 

Third World Women Celebrate International Women's Year, 1975; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 077.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster; 1900a-1978;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 5.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 078(1-5).
 

5 de mayo con el Royal Chicano Air Force Arte Musica Poesia; 1973;

General Physical Description note: offset print poster;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 079.
 

El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters; 1900a-1990;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela, Max García and Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 19. Comments/Descriptions:Titles: 5: "Herencia Cultural"; 13: "I.M.C.".
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 082(1-19).
 

Man and Gallo; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: lithography and zinc etching;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 080.
 

Revolución; 1970;

General Physical Description note: lithography and zinc etching;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 081.
 

Sueños; 1983;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Album cover design.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 083(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: lithography and zinc etching;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 084.
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Graphic Arts
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.5 085.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Diciembre 1974; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with a watercolor drawing by Juan Cervantes. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 002.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Mayo; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with drawing by Armando Cid. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 003.
 

Una Ofrenda por el Royal Chicano Air Force; 1977;

General Physical Description note: ofrenda;Site/Location: Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Assemblage.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 004.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Junio 1975; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with wood block print by Rodolfo O. Cuellar. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 005.
 

Artist at 8 Years Old; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 006.
 

Carnal y Carnala; 1900a-1983;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 007.
 

Carnala y Carnal; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 008.
 

Chimney Rock, Nebraska; 1900a-1985;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 009.
 

Compañeros Artistas; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 010.
 

Coronas de Muertos; 1977;

General Physical Description note: foil paper cut-outs, styrofoam, flowers, paper and wood;Site/Location: Slides 1-2 at Hiram Johnson High School, 14th Avenue and 66th Street; Slide 3-4 at Holy Angels Schoolyard at Centro de Artistas; Sacramento, CA; La Raza Bookstore/Galería Posada; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 4. Comments/Descriptions:Coronas were carried as part of community procession for Día de los Muertos. Cultural Affairs Committee added flowers on all; Tere Romo added circular ollin in slide 2. Cross-reference with Assemblage.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 011(1-4).
 

The Devaluation of the American Dollar; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 012.
 

La Familia de mi Suegra; 1900a-1983;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 013.
 

Familia de mi Suegro; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 014.
 

La Golondrina de la Frontera; 1900a-1983;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 015.
 

La Golondrina de la Frontera; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 016.
 

La Golondrina de la Frontera (Lydia Mendoza); 1900a-1985;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 017.
 

Mi Suegro en los 40's; 1900a-1983;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 018.
 

Mi Suegro en los 40's; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 019.
 

Pedro Armendariz; 1900a-1983;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983).
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 020.
 

Pedro Armendariz; 1900a-1984;

General Physical Description note: Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 021.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Augusto 1974; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with watercolor on paper plate by Ricardo Favela. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 022.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Abril 1975; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with drawing by José Felix. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 023.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, 1975; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with drawing of the calendario cover by Max García. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 024.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Marzo 1975; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with silkscreen by Louie Gonzales. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 025.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Noviembre 1974; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with an acrylic drawing on mat by Zarco Guererro. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 026.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Febrero 1975; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with drawing by José Montoya. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 027.
 

Tortilla Art; 1973;

General Physical Description note: flour tortillas utilizing the comal (flat earthenware pan), soldering iron for detail drawing, and white glue for protection against decomposition;slide photographer: José Montoya;no. of slides: 8.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 028(1-8).
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Septiembre 1975; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with watercolor by Juanishi Orosco. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 029.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Enero 1975; 1975;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with mixed media drawing by Stan Padilla. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 030.
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Julio 1975; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with color felt pen drawing by Tino Pimental. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 031.
 

Calendario de Comida 1976; 1976;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 13 . Comments/Descriptions:This was a joint project between the Galería de la Raza and the Royal Chicano Air Force. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 001(1-13).
 

Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Octubre 1975; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: silkscreen and offset;slide photographer: Irma C. Lerma;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Illustrated with drawing by Esteban Villa. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
General Physical Description note: Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.6 032.
 

Armijo MECHA Mural; 1980;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paint on cement stucco building;Site/Location: Armijo High School Administration Building, Fairfield, CA; fund: Armijo MECHA Club; slide photographer: Juanishi Orosco and Raquel Rodriguez;no. of slides: 17. Comments/Descriptions:1: Juanishi and Rocky with MECHA Club--Main artist, "Junior," front row center with blue T-shirt; 2: (is slide 88); 3-7: In progress; 8: Pencil sketch "Lagrimas de mi Raza" enlarged to 11' x 8'6"; 9-12: On-going process; 13: Juanishi (center), with main artist "Junior"(on right); 14: 100 "Chicano" Poems; 15: Mural dedication; 16-17: Mural by "Junior" at Vacaville High School, 1981, with paint cracking.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 001(1-17).
 

Metamorphosis; 1980;

General Physical Description note: fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., CSUS Art Gallery;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Layout of mural.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 002(1-2).
 

(title unknown); 1980;

General Physical Description note: tiles;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., CSUS Art Gallery;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 003.
 

Ollin; 1976-1977;

General Physical Description note: Mexican mosaic tile;fund: City of Sacramento Redevelopment Agency; slide photographer: Juan Carrillo;no. of slides: 10.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 007(1-10).
 

"Para la Raza del Barrio"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: house paints, brush and rollers on concrete stucco;Site/Location: Reno Club, 12th Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., Barrio Art Program; slide photographer: Juan Carrillo and Rodolfo Cuellar;no. of slides: 20 .
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 004(1-20).
 

Por la Raza United Flight; 1973;

General Physical Description note: latex house paint on plywood panels;fund: La Raza Bookstore;no. of slides: 12. Comments/Descriptions:2: Phillip Santos and Johnny Gonzalez. Building no longer standing. The mural panels housed at new La Raza/Galeria at Posada.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 005(1-12).
 

"Por La Raza United Flight"; 1974;

General Physical Description note: latex paint and paint brush on plywood panels;slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 3.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 006(1-3).
 

The Resurrection of the Tecato; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: paint brush, rollers and commercial house paints on plywood panels;Site/Location: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA; no. of slides: 10.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 008(1-10).
 

(untitled); 1900a;

General Physical Description note: paint brush, rollers and commercial paints on sheetrock wall board;Site/Location: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artista Chicanos, Inc.;no. of slides: 10.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 009(1-10).
 

"La Raza, Mexicano Español--Chicano or whatever I call myself, I look the same, I feel the same, Accept me for what I am, Chicano"; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints on cinder block;Site/Location: Elk Grove High School, Administration Building Elk Grove, CA; fund: Elk Grove MECHA Club Funds; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 14. Comments/Descriptions:1-3: Students transfering sketch; 4: Juanishi, I worked as mural consultant to the MECHA Club. Advisor to the MECHA Club is Elvira Ford.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 010(1-14).
 

Southside Park Outdoor Stage Mural II; 1977;

General Physical Description note: Politec acrylic paint, brush and airbrush;Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th & T Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: City Parks and Recreation, Sacramento; slide photographer: Miguel Blanco;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 011.
 

Southside Park Mural Painting #II; 1900a-1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th & 8th Streets, Sacramento, CA; fund: City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 75. Comments/Descriptions:Slides show progression of mural and the Royal Chicano Air Force Band practicing shots in front of mural.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 012(1-75).
 

(title unknown); 1975;

General Physical Description note: acrylic paints, rollers, airbrush and paint brush on concrete pillars;Site/Location: Chicano Park, San Diego, CA; fund: City of San Diego;no. of slides: 19. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 013(1-19).
 

Southside Park Mural II; 1977;

General Physical Description note: airbrush, paint brush, rollers, stencil, Mexican Politec acrylic paints;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Miguel Blanco and Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 20. Comments/Descriptions:7: Juanishi Orosco's panel; 8: José Montoya's panel; 9: Detail, Juanishi Orosco's panel; 10: Center detail, Esteban Villa's panel; 11: Detail, Stan Padilla's panel; 12: Detail, Juan Cervantez's panel; 13: Detail, Esteban Villa's panel; 14: Detail, Lorraine Garcia and Sam Rios's panels 15: Panaromic view of the mural.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 014(1-20).
 

"Amor Indio" detail of mural entitled: "Crystallization of the Chicano Myth"; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints on Masonite panels;fund: NEA, CAC; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:This is a detail of the panel created by Juanishi in collaboration with Royal Chicano Air Force artistas in an "In Progress" mural installation at the Crocker Art Museum. Art Administrator: Gina Montoya.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 015.
 

"Día de los Muertos"; 1986 ;

General Physical Description note: oil based Bulletin paints on paper;fund: NEA Visual Arts Grant, Arizona Arts Commission; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 3. Comments/Descriptions:Detail of center section. This is a billboard mural to announce "Día de los Muertos" celebration in Mesa, Arizona, by Xicanindio Artes Gannett Corporation which donated supplies, equipment and a billboard for Xicanindio celebration.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 016(1-3).
 

"Heroes"; 1987;

General Physical Description note: acrylic airbrush paints on Masonite panels (3);slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 6. Comments/Descriptions:Proposal written by Gina Montoya Orosco. Prosposal received top commission award of $2,500. It was designed as a portable mural that could be used as backdrops at functions, etc. This mural reflects several of the most profound heroes of La Raza that can serve as positive role models for our cultura.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 017(1-6).
 

"Lagrimas de Mi Raza"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: latex paints used with rollers and brush on existing building's concrete wall;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and Fairfield High School;no. of slides: 1. Comments/Descriptions:Also has a poem entitled "Chicano" by La Rockie. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 018.
 

Ollin; 1975;

General Physical Description note: Cal Western Mural Paints on concrete freeway pillars;Site/Location: Chicano Park Freeway Pillars, Logan Heights, San Diego, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orsoco;no. of slides: 10. Comments/Descriptions:2: Artist, Juanishi and Becky; 3: Rudy Cuellar's assistants; 5: Artist painting huelga eagle mandala.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 019(1-10).
 

"Out of the Fire", Strength and Peace.; 1989;

General Physical Description note: Surfaced low-relief cement stucco on cinderblock. Low fire ceramic glazes on 6' x 6' ceramic bisque tile. Glazes were airbrushed;Site/Location: Joseph E. Rooney Police Substation, Barrio Franklin, Sacramento, CA; fund: 2%; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 11. Comments/Descriptions:Wall #1 (left): "Strength"; Wall #2 (right): "Peace"; Central "Aguila" designs on both walls are low-relief to create a three dimensional effect. Areas of design were airbrushed with a glaze gun in artist's studio. Tile installed by artist, Gina Montoya Orosco, and Pete Ximenez. Proposal written by Gina Montoya; commissioned award: $49,250.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 020(1-11).
 

Programa Campesino Murals; 1900a-1973;

General Physical Description note: paint brush, roller and latex paint;Site/Location: 1911 F Street, Sacramento, CA; no. of slides: 13. Comments/Descriptions:2: "Tres Aguilas de la Raza".
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 021(1-13).
 

Sacramento Concilio, Farmworkers Program Building Mural; 1974;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints on stucco;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 9. Comments/Descriptions:2: Interior wall; 3: Interior walls with pyramid forming corner; 4: Detail; 5: Tres Aguilas de la Raza; 6: Campesinos; 7: Detail; 8: Murdered heroes; 9: Panel with segments depicting: police beating huelgista (lower left); campesinos (upper left); huelgistas with Virgen de Guadalupe (center); Tierra y libertad (upper right); and Cuahtemoc y Zapata.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 022(1-9).
 

Southside Park Mural; 1976;

General Physical Description note: house paints on concrete amphitheatre ;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 13. Comments/Descriptions:I worked with youth from the Southside Barrio to paint the mural. It was dedicated for Cinco de Mayo. Shortly after that paints started chipping and cracking. We made the decision to sandblast the original mural and prepare for a new mural.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 023(1-13).
 

Southside Park Mural I; 1976-1977;

General Physical Description note: paint brush, rollers, masking tape, stencils and latex paints;Site/Location: Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juan Carrillo and Freddy Gonzalez;no. of slides: 14. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 024(1-14).
 

Stage="Infinite Faith," Bench="Sunset Pacifica"; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: airbrushed low-fire ceramic glazes on 6" x 6" bisque tile;Site/Location: University of California, Davis Medical Center, Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA ; no. of slides: 8. Comments/Descriptions:Proposal and presentation by Gina Montoya; commissioned Award, $50,000. Mural designed for outdoor stage area and bench area that are used for public functions at the Medical Center. Designed to create a pleasant environment for patients and staff who will be there to reflect on their problems or just to eat lunch and enjoy the setting and art work.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 025(1-8).
 

(title unknown); 1975;

General Physical Description note: Politec mural paints on Masonite panels (portable);slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 7. Comments/Descriptions:Dedicated to Campesinos, cannery workers and college students working for their community by uniting their forces and energies.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 026(1-7).
 

(title unknown); 1984 ;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints on interior wall constructed of prepared and finished sheetrock;Site/Location: Pollo Clasico Restaurant, Rancho Cordova, CA; fund: private; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 5. Comments/Descriptions:Concept of mural was to show the Mexican tradition of food preparation and the use of natural ingredients from their localities.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 027(1-5).
 

(title unknown); n.d.;

General Physical Description note: slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 1.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 028.
 

United Farmworkers of America AFL-CIO Political Endorsement Mural Backdrop; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints on canvas;slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 14. Comments/Descriptions:1: Juanishi (artist on right); 2-4: In Progress; 5: Carl Villa; 6-12: In Progress; 13: UFW Convention, San José Convention Center, San José, CA; 14: UFW Convention, portable mural canvas, Juanishi Orosco, designer with mural apprentices.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 029(1-14).
 

Idaho Migrant Council Murals; 1978;

General Physical Description note: One Shot Enamel Paints on concrete wall;Site/Location: Idaho Migrant Council, Burley, Idaho; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 7. Comments/Descriptions:1: Left panel by Juanishi--(Theme: Leyenda de Nuestra Raza from Aztecas to Campesinos); 2-4: Right panel by Esteban Villa--(Theme: Astro Pilot de Aztlán): 5-7: Co-designed by Orosco and Villa; 6: Lowrider by Juanishi; 7: Los Vatos by Juanishi.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 030(1-7).
 

"L.A.S.E.R.I.U.M." [Light Art in Sacramento with Energy Resources In Unlimited Motion (Movement?)]; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints on relief cement stucco incorporating low fire ceramic glazes on 4" x 4" tiles (bisqued), 6 tile designs 5'4" x 5'4" sq.;Site/Location: K Street Underpass Walkway to Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Conrad Miranda;no. of slides: 32. Comments/Descriptions:Six ceramic tile pieces designed by Juanishi Orosco, glazed and fired by Ricardo Favela (three designs are "Hopi" Kachina Spirit Dances, other three are Huichol "Ojo de Dios" Mandalas; 3: Master cement mason Pete Ximenez trowling finish on cement stucco; 6-7: José Montoya Orosco and Gina Montoya Orosco; 8-14: Design by Juanishi Orosco, painted by Stan Padilla; 18,20-27: Huicol "Ojos de Dios" Mandelas designed by Juanishi Orosco, glazed and fired by Ricardo Favela, installation by Juanishi and Pete Ximenez; 19: Shows Juanishi Orosco (standing) and cement mason Pete Ximenez; 28-30: Detail of LASERIUM; 31: Nathan Villa; 32: Gina Montoya Orosco; Art Administrator for project: Gina Montoya ($40,000).
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 031(1-32).
 

Southside Park Amphitheater Mural II; 1978;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints on concrete amphitheatre;Site/Location: WPA era Amphitheatre, Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Juanishi V. Orosco;no. of slides: 24. Comments/Descriptions:1: Panel by José Montoya; 2-3: Left panel by Juanishi; 4: Stan Padilla; 5: Nathan Villa; 6: Juanishi; 7: Stan and "Mountain Lion" Padilla with Esteban Villa; 8-9: Panels by Montoya; 11: Left panel by Padilla, right panel by Cervantes; 13-16: Panel by Juanishi; 17: Montoya; 18-19: Esteban Villa: 20: Lorraine Garcia; 21: Left panel by Juanishi Orosco; 22: Mariachi with Esteban Villa's mural panel. Enrique "Henry" Ortiz, dancer; 23: Father Keith Kenny (deceased) in front of panel by Stan Padilla; 24: José Montoya with Winito in front of panel by Juan Cervantes.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 032(1-24).
 

(title unknown); 1972;

General Physical Description note: felt tip markers on canvas;fund: Theatre Class, Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA;no. of slides: 9. Comments/Descriptions:Mural backdrop for the play "La Malinche." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 033(1-9).
 

Coatlique; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: felt markers on canvas;slide photographer: Juanishi Orosco;no. of slides: 2. Comments/Descriptions:Three 8' x 4' canvas panels painted as a backdrop for a play at CSUS.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 034(1-2).
 

"Metamorphosis" Butterfly Mural; 1980;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints, airbrushed and brushwork on concrete;Site/Location: 4th and L Street Parking Lot Garage, Sacramento, CA; slide photographer: Conrad Miranda;no. of slides: 51. Comments/Descriptions:Juanishi Orosco served as project director. 17: Esteban Villa; 35: Juanishi Orosco; 32: at top "Junior" Baca, below (left to right) Stan Padilla, Nathan Villa, Rene Villa.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 035(1-51).
 

The Crystallization of the Myth; 1984;

General Physical Description note: Mexican Politec acrylic on polywood panels;fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and CSUS Art Gallery; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 6. Comments/Descriptions:First Exhibition of mural at Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 036(1-6).
 

Emergence of the Chicano Social Struggle in a Bi-Cultural Society; 1900a-1970;

General Physical Description note: acrylic and commercial house paints, brushes, rollers on brick wall;fund: Washington Neighborhood Center;no. of slides: 17. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 037(1-17).
 

(title unknown); 1900a-1969 ;

General Physical Description note: latex paints, brush, and roller on sheetrock wallboard;Site/Location: 1400 E Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Barrio Art Program and Washington Community Council;no. of slides: 9. Comments/Descriptions:First mural made by Royal Chicano Air Force in Sacramento.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 038(1-9).
 

(title unknown); 1900a-1977;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Holy Angels Site, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA; no. of slides: 4.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 039(1-4).
 

Washington Community Council Mural; 1900a-1970;

General Physical Description note: paint brush, roller and latex paint;fund: Washington Community Council, Barrio Art Program; slide photographer: Max Garcia;no. of slides: 7.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 040(1-7).
 

Idaho Migrant Council Mural; 1900a;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints, applied with rollers, brushes, and airbrush on concrete stucco;Site/Location: Idaho Migrant Council Building in Burley, Idaho; fund: Idaho Migrant Council; slide photographer: Juan Orosco;no. of slides: 15. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 041(1-15).
 

LASERIUM; 1983-1984;

General Physical Description note: Politec Mural Paints, brush, roller, and airbrush; built-up painting surface with cement layer, diamond-shaped tile pieces;Site/Location: K Street Underpass of I-5 Freeway into Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA; fund: City of Sacramento; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 34. Comments/Descriptions:Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 042(1-34).
 

When Your Mother Asks You Who You Are; 1900a-1976;

General Physical Description note: paint brush, rollers, acrylics and commercial latex paints on sheetrock wall board;Site/Location: Sacramento Concilio Inc. Farmworker Program, Dining Hall, 1911 F Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; slide photographer: Juan Carrillo;no. of slides: 8.
General Physical Description note: Murals
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.8 043(1-8).
 

Third Annual Raza Youth Conference; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: Bakersfield Junior College, Bakersfield, CA; fund: Bakersfield Junior College; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 56. Comments/Descriptions:Slides 1, 5, 11, 15: show José Montoya as keynote speaker who later presented a slide show; 20-21, 23-27, 29-31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 46, 49, 53: Royal Chicano Air Force had a booth at the Conference which sold art work.
General Physical Description note: Non-Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.13 001(1-56).
 

"Cinco de Mayo 83" Celebration; Royal Chicano Air Force Display; 1983;

General Physical Description note: Site/Location: California State University, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA; fund: CSUS and ASI; slide photographer: Ricardo Favela;no. of slides: 37.
General Physical Description note: Non-Center Activities and Programs
Physical Location: New ID No. Cat.13 003(1-37).
 

"Canto" Show at CSUS; 1983;