Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 344-p
Scope and Content The collection consists of miscellaneous cards, letters, articles, and brochures. It includes an untitled typed manuscript on the history of the creation of New Mexico Territory. There is an essay " Santa Fe, City in Two Worlds" written by Fredric Brown (1906-1972), and a pamplet titled "Last Will and Testament of Charlie Masters".
Abstract The collection contains the papers of poet and publisher Cecilio García-Camarillo (1943-2002). García-Camarillo was one of the founding poets of the Chicano cultural renaissance of the 1970s, an editor and publisher of three Chicano literary magazines -- Caracol, Magazin, and RAYAS, a playwright, an artist, and an activist.
Abstract The collection consists of manuscripts of Rudolfo Anaya's published and unpublished work; materials from his career as a professor, his involvements on numerous boards and committees; and correspondence with colleagues and students. Anaya's works focus largely on Chicano culture and on New Mexico's cultural landscape.