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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Miami: Unidad Revolucionaria, 1963. Paperback. 48p., 6x9 inches, text in Spanish, leaflet on the assassination of Eufemio Fernandez laid-in, slightly soiled covers otherwise very good pamphlet in printed white stapled wraps. Cuadernos de Estudios Politicos Sociales y Economicos 2. Anticommunist tract from exiles in Florida.
[Miami, FL]: Miami Records, [1961-?]. 3.25x5.5 inch card, b&w photo portrait of Sanchez on one side, Spoanish language list of his recordings on the other, very good. Promotional item for the Mexican singer. Undated, but the sheet music for the last recording on the list, "Que rechulo es querer," was.....
Mexico City: Editorial Debate Ideológico, 1981. Magazine. Two issue run, 68p. each, 7.25x11 inches, texts in Spanish, photos, illustrations, opinion, news, political cartoons, reviews, very good magazines in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover stories on El imperio de los Jeques Sindicales and Comerico para servír o licencia para lucrar. Five holdings.....
Chicago: Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, 1991. Magazine. [8p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, two articles in Spanish and English, announcement of catalogue publication, program of the day's events, list of participating artists, very good on glossy black stock, stapled pictorial wraps. A preliminary publication (followed by a more extensive catalogue...
[Los Angeles?]: Los Angeles Bible Institute, 1951. Unpaginated, 8x10.5 inches, illustrated with b&w photos, numerous inscriptions from classmates (some in Spanish, some in English, many quite long) good in soiled white 'leatherette' boards. Yearbook for a Spanish-speaking bible class, with an entirely Mexican American student body.
Hayward, CA: Southwest Network, 1974. Wall calendar, 8.5x11 inches when folded, front cover has some scuffing, interior clean. Features artwork by Sergio Hernandez, Malaquias Montoya, Ramses Noriega, Martin Perez and others. The calendar pages cite incidents related to Chicano history.