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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Berkeley: Mike Roberts Color Production, 1951. 24p. 9x6 inches oblong, map, color photos, brochure with color photos, printed in the 1960s, stapled pictorial wraps.
San Francisco: Cliff House Gift Shop, [1950s?]. 24p., 6x9 inches, illustrated with b&w reproductions of drawings or photos of the missions, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.
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: Samuel Carson & Co., 1888. Hardcover. 333p., gilt on spine slightly faded, light spotting to, and a small ring stain on, front board, slight rubbing to rear board, generally a very good, tight copy of the first edition in brown cloth and gilt.
n.p. n.pub. 1983. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, photocopied from typewritten report. A "third-hand report" for Socialist Workers Party members summarizing the points made by Peter Camejo at a meeting after his split with the SWP. Notes that "party members could not attend without risking expulsion." At the end the anonymous.....
[Detroit?]: [General Motors], . 58p., 5.5x8.5 inches, foldout chart, text in Spanish, illustrated with drawings of parts, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. The truck manual, in Spanish.
Chicago: Editorial El Coqui, 1992. 207p., preface, testimonial, foreword, introduction, illustrations, very good third edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. The prisoners include African Americans, Hispanic Americans,Native Americans, European Americans, Japanese nationals etc.
Chicago: Committee to end the Marion Lockdown, 2002. Paperback. 234p., introduction, illustrations, very good fifth edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. The prisoners include African Americans, Hispanic Americans,Native Americans, European Americans, Japanese nationals etc. Each edition contains new information while released prisoners are not included; we are proud to note...
Rockville, MD: National Cancer Institute, USDHHS, 1986. ix, 273p., 8.5x11 inches, slightly worn wraps. Almost entirely charts and graphs, with more of African Americans and whites than other ethniciteis.
Washington DC: Union Panamericana, 1950. Paperback. 127p., lyrics in Spanish, sheet music collection, very good bound in trade paperback printed cream wraps. Songs from the USA, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Argentia, Mexico et al.
[East Bay, CA]: [Robert Rush], [197-]. 1.5 inch diameter pin, clasping hands on yellow field, very good. Produced by California pinmaker Robert Rush, who also produced UFW pins, for sale by Chicano activists.
San Francisco: El Salvador Films and Video Projects, [198-]. 29p., 5.5x8.5 inches, text in Spanish, very good photocopied booklet in unbound white wraps. Overview of the film, shown in San Francisco by supporters of the insurgents in El Salvador.
Austi: Dissemination Center for Bilingual Bicultural Education, 1973. 44p., 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, bibliography, 4-panel advert laid-in, very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.
Los Angeles: Southwest Museum, 1973. 22p., 5x7.5 inches, illustrations, photos, plans, very good in stapled white pictorial wraps Casa de Adobe is a replica of a California Spanish hacienda.
New York: Institute for Social Service Alternatives, 1978-1988. Nos. 1-22, missing only number 5; generally very good condition, minor wear and handling soil. Nos. 9/10 and 17/18 are double issues. Many issues have special themes. Topics range from radical perspectives on ghetto organizing to a psychotherapist's examination of the impact...
Mallorca: National Council para la Conmemoracón del nacimineto de Fray Junípero Serra, 1963. [32p] 9.5x12.75 inches, bilingual texts in Spanish and English, scattered illustrations, event program booklet in stapledred and silver wraps.
San Francisco: Grito de Lares Ad Hoc Committee, 1997. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill, illustration, fiesta information and short historical sketch, very good on light blue stock.
San Francisco: Ballet Folklorico & Z 92.7 FM, 1997. Four panel program for the event. 8.5x11 inches, fourteen b&w photos, texts in English and Spanish, very good on white stock. Program/Handbill for the Mexican Independence day Celebration featuring Mariano Tapia's "Los Matlachines" and Ballet Folklorico as well as specials from.....
New York: Un Mundo Que Ganar, 1993. 19p., 5.5x8.5 inches, text in Spanish very good pamphlet in stapled orange pictorial wraps, Mao image on cover. Articles on the centenary of Mao's birth, distributed in the US by the RCP.
New York: Center for Cuban Studies, 1974-75. Magazine. 29p., 8.5x11 inches, photos, articles, essays, news, mild wear and scent, magazine/newsletter in white stapled pictorial wraps.
San Francisco: the Center, [197-?]. Two six-panel brochures folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, one in English, one in Spanish, pen marginalia on one panel of the English version. Describing the services of the community-based drug treatment program.
San Francisco: The Mexican Museum, 1993. 47p., 9x12 inches, profusely illus. exhibition catalog.
Riverside: UC Mexus, 1989. Paperback. xxii, ES-24, 186p. + 55p. appendices, 8.5x11 inches, very good report in gray spiral-bound wraps.
Los Angeles: Wight Art Gallery, University of California, 1990. 20p. tabloid newspaper-format program for the CARA exhibition, 14x11.5 inches, bilingual text in Spanish and English, illustrations,
Hayward: California State College, Hayward, Library, 1970. x, 70p., 8.5x11 inches, preface, very good bibliography in red and black wraps with black cloth tape spinewraps.