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Abstract The Abelicio M. Peña journals on Latin America consist of his handwritten entries made while on assignment in Latin America. They provide insight into Latin America from the perspective of a foreign service operative with the Peace Corp and U.S.A.I.D, as well as commentary upon his return to the United States in between appointments and upon his retirement.
Abstract The collection consists of Armenta's files on the early development of the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) inclusive of reports, memorandums, senate bills, economic impact studies, budget proposals, correspondence, vision statements, committee minutes and documents and ephemera pertaining to the initial undertakings in support of building of the NHCC. The collection also contains newspaper articles about the then proposed Center and bounded monographs of site studies, programming...
Abstract The Melecio Apodaca Collection contains Apodaca family military service photos, and sports and religious pamphlet material related to the town of Socorro, New Mexico. The collection is organized into three file folders containing materials that pertain to Socorro, New Mexico. Folder 1 includes black and white photos, Folder 2 contains monographs and published material, and Folder 3 contains loose manuscripts.
Content Description The Rudy Padilla Paño Art Collection, 1974-2012, contains documents, photos, and media related to the New Mexican curator and prison arts educator Rudy Padilla, and his museum dedicated to showcasing the paño art form, The Hourglass Museum. Paños are illustrations drawn or painted on handkerchiefs and emerged from within West Coast and Southwest prisons with a predominately Chicano population. The collection houses Padilla’s incoming correspondence, administrative documents on the operations of...
Dates: 1974-2012; Majority of material found in 1990-2004
- Repository: National Hispanic Cultural Center X