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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Chicago: Fé de Erratas, 1993. 47p., staplebound chapbook format, very good. Spanish-language literary journal, a project of the Taller Literario de Inmigrantes el Lugar Sin Limites.
San Francisco: Casa El Salvador, 1981. 1p. leaflet, 7x8.5 inches, printed two sides (one English, one Spanish), stain on one margin. Also Orquesta Suprema and the premier of a film on Salvadorean refugees by Mario Martinez.
Riverside: Fiesta San Juan Committee, 1986. [10p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, texts in English and Spanish, Spanish lyrics to "La Boriquena" and English lyrics to "Star Spangled Banner" program, local ads, handbill for a Monte Carlo Night at a local school (Our Guadalupe), very good in stapled white wraps with...
San Francisco: San Francisco Poster Brigade / Ink Works, [197-]. Approximately 17.5x24 inch poster, text in English, Tagalog, Spanish, and Chinese; faint fold creases, very good; tiny paper adhesions at top edge. Artwork by Rachael Romero. The I-Hotel, the center of San Francisco's old Manilatown and home to many elderly...
n.p. . 1.25 inch diameter pin, with small black UFW eagle in circle. The UFW called the proposition "California growers' latest attempt at union-busting."
Tucson: MASARC, 1986. 8p. 6x9 inches, history, program, very good program booklet in stapled white printed wraps.
Los Angeles: California State University/Latin American Studies, 1981. Six panel mailer/brochure with Perivian flute-players design, event schedule, map and other info, fold creases, pinholes, otherwise good, printed in blue and red on heavy goldenrod stock.
Riverside: Follow Through Project, University of California, n.d. 9p. 5.5x8.5 inches, bilingual text, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. A simply-produced historical sketch in English and Spanish.
Roswell, NM: Centro de la Familia, 1980. Single issue of the tabloid-format newspaper, 12 p., text both in English and Spanish; edgeworn and toned. Articles on Chicano and Native American activities in New Mexico, including farmworkers; Chicano-on-Chicano killings in Roswell, problems with the food stamp program, Chicano support for Puerto...
Granada Hills, CA: For Acuña Committee, 1994. Newspaper. 8p. folded tabloid issued in support of the Chicano scholar's attempt to obtain a faculty position at UC Santa Barbara within the larger context of rollbacks in Chicano studies throughout the state system.
San Juan Capistrano: Classic Frame Company, 1976. [16p] 5.25x8.25 inches, rubricated title page, facsimile of the document, English translation, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.
San Francisco and Los Angeles: San Francisco AIDS Foundation, AHF Healthcare Centers, Latino AIDS Project, et al, 1988 & 2003. Four brochures, six panels and ten panels, 3.75x8.5 inches, texts in Spanish and English, information, resources, illustrations, very good. Included are: Alcohol Drogas y SIDA, El Uso Drogas el VIH...
San Francisco: The National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, [2007?]. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, black text on white stock, photos of the prisonors, very good condition. Post-August 2006. The front of the leaflet has smiling headshots of the five with their first names below, a short...
Tucson: University of Arizona, 1992. Four-panel program, 5.5x8.5 inches, printed on three sides only, green ink on cream stiff stock, very good. Simple event program with schedule inside.
San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art. Department of Education, 2000. 16p., 8.5x11 inch activities book, black/white illus., wraps.
San Francisco: Galeria de la Raza, 1988. 8.5x5.5 inch illustrated postcard promoting the event.
San Francisco: The Mexican Museum, 1995. 87p., illus. with black/white photos from the exhibition, 9x12 inches, wraps.
Hermosillo: Ramón Cota Meza, El Colegio de Sonora, 1991-1992. Five issues of the newsletter, various pagination, plus 3 of the workbooks also various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, text in Spanish, photos, articles, reports, Mexican postage stamps on the 5 newsletters otherwise very good.
San Francisco: Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24, 1988. 4p. newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, glossy stock, cover story on the exhibit From Behind Prison Walls: Art of Puerto Rican patriots, calendar of local art events on rear panel, info on two other exhibits, mild wear.
[San Francisco]: the Association, [1928?]. Pamphlet. 26p., 6x9 inches, illustrations, very good in lightly-soiled printed stapled white wraps. The Association was founded to popularize Vallejo's contributions to the history of California and to convert his Sonoma home to landmark status. Primarily a history of Vallejo and the conquest of California...
San Rafael, CA: Primera Iglesia Bautista Betania, [199-?]. 47p. hymnal, text in Spanish, slightly stained spiral-bound pictorial wraps.
Los Angeles: Ascension G. Lerma, 1903. 7x10 inches, very fragile folded wraps with tearing along folds, still intact, albeit barely, one small illustration. 'Publication Evangélica (eventual) consagrada á la difusion y confirmacion de la fe Cristiana, entre los niños de la raza latina. No es órgano de ninguna secta." -.....
San Francisco: La Raza Silkscreen Center, [197-]. 17.5x23 inch silkscreened poster, very good. Issued by activists advocating the secession of a Chicano nation.
Berkeley: Tonatiuh International, 1976. Paperback. 12 issues, approx. 1300 pages, texts in English and Spanish, very good trade paper journals in wraps. The successor to"El Grito" the journal concentrated on literary productions.
Berkeley: Tonatiuh International, 1976. Paperback. 96p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Successor to El Grito, the journal concentrates on Chicano literary productions.