This section includes literature by Chicano, Puerto Rican and Latin American immigrant authors in the United States, as well as relevant nonfiction books and ephemera. Original materials from the farmworker movement, the Cuban-American diaspora and other Latin American immigrant groups will be found here.
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Chula Vista & Tijuana: Bridge over the border/Puente, 1985. [10p] 8.5x11 inches, texts in English and Spanish bound dos-a-dos, photos, news, resources, very good newsletter in unbound wraps. Newsletter/bulletin for Latino workers on both sides of the border. Articles on the Hollywood-based Film Processing Co,, Superior Industries in Van Nuys.....
London: The Hispanic & Luso-Brazilian Council, 1974. Magazine. 20p. including covers 8.25x11.75 inches, booklist, lightly-worn booklet in stapled white wraps illustrated with a portrait of El Maestro Guillermo Valencia. Also includes Cuba, Portugal, Philippines, Puerto Rico and Spain.
Tucson: Derechos Humanos Coalition, . Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides on bright orange stock, Buchanan No! in large font on one side, and a collage of Buchanan's face over Ray Harryhausen's Ymir monster with info on the rally and Buchanan's horrific policies, very good. Protesting Pat's antiAfrican American.....
[various]: [various Missions], [1960s]. Two leaflets, 5.5x8.5 inches printed one side only and one four-panel brochure folded to 5.5x7.5 inches, ink dates added on two stating June 21, 1960 & 5/13/61 otherwise very good. The leaflets contain points of interest and brief sketches of the histories as well as fervent.....
Los Angeles: the Museum, [1987?]. Six panel brochure, folded to 8.5x11 inches, printed both sides, illustrated with photos, museum history, objectives, pilot program, board, advisory council etc., very good on heavy, semi-slick stock. Attractive collage on cover of dancers, various Latino figures etc.
San Francisco: San Francisco Heritage; San Francisco Latino Historical Society, 2013. 31p., staplebound booklet, very good. "San Francisco Heritage and the San Francisco Latino Historical Society developed 'Calle 24: cuentos del barrio' in an effort to bring visibility to the Latino heritage of 24th Street and to support its continued.....