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Mexican American Corpus Christi, late 1920s
Children at George Evans School
Sons of America Floats
Sons of America on Parade
Obreros y Obreras on Parade

Antonio Rodríguez Fuentes & Josefina Barrera Fuentes Family Papers


Antonio Rodríguez Fuentes (1895-1988) and Josefina Barrera Fuentes (1898-1993) were two longtime Corpus Christi residents who ranked among the most involved individuals in early local Mexican American community organizations.  Mr. Fuentes was born and raised on his family’s ranch near Montemorelos, Nuevo León, Mexico, and received his education in Montemoreles.  As a young man he moved to Laredo, Texas, to live and work.

Mr. Fuentes traveled from Laredo to Corpus Christi during the 1910s, where he was impressed by the beauty of Corpus Christi Bay and decided to take up residence.  In Corpus Christi he became further self-taught, learning English and other skills. He met Josefina Barrera in Corpus Christi, a native of the city, and the couple married in 1918.  When they married, Mr. Fuentes worked as a clerk for the local Mexican Consul. The Fuentes couple would have five children, including Ruben, Ophelia, Mercedes, Antonio, and Carmen.  The couple instilled in their children a love of reading and respect for education.

Josefina Barrera was the daughter of José María Barrera and Roque Martínez Barrera, respected members of Corpus Christi Mexican American society. Because of her family’s affiliation with many organizations, Josefina and her husband naturally became involved in these groups as well as in the social network that these clubs comprised. The Fuentes couple was related to numerous local individuals, including such luminaries as Andres De Luna, one of the founders of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). 

Mr. Fuentes became active in the local Corpus Christi branches of Mexican American organizations including the Obreros y Obreras, Alianza Hispano-Americana, Woodmen of the World, and others, often held office in these groups, worked to keep them functioning, and traveled as a delegate to their out-of-town conventions.  He also sold insurance for these organizations to their members, which was a vital service to the membership. For a time, he and his wife operated a dry goods store, though Mrs. Fuentes worked mainly in the home.

Antonio R. Fuentes
Antonio R. Fuentes, Corpus Christi Photographer and Filmmaker.

Mr. Fuentes was likewise a proficient photographer by avocation.  As such he owned and took pictures with Kodak still camera and with a 9.5 mm French-made Pathex movie camera. These images are listed in the inventory below.  His cameras are in boxes 62 and 63, respectively. His photography included a range of topics, including family and historically valuable organizational images.  The remarkable nature of Mr. Fuentes’ Corpus Christi movies can be savored by the above signature images of this link.  These motion pictures may well represent some of the earliest made by a Mexican American filmmaker about the Mexican American community in Texas. None of these images may be used or downloaded without the written permission of Special Collections & Archives, Mary and Jeff Bell Library.  Mr. Fuentes owned a projector (in Box 64) for these and other films with which he would entertain his family and neighbors at home as well as serving as a documentarian of events.

The Fuentes Family Papers consist of approximately 36.5 linear feet in 65 boxes and shelf items.  They include correspondence, unprinted manuscripts, ledgers of club meeting minutes, club membership rosters, pamphlets, brochures, flyers, periodicals, clippings, newspapers, books, photographs, motion picture film, cameras, gavels, framed images, and other memorabilia and records.  They include both the Fuentes library and materials he acquired as the last living legal trustee of Obreros Hall, from which some of these items came.  
The Fuentes Family Papers were formally donated by Mrs. Mercedes Fuentes Peck, daughter of the Fuentes couple, in 1995.  These items came through the assistance of Richard Gonzales of Corpus Christi.  Thomas H. Kreneck, who made the acquisition and with the guidance of Mrs. Peck conveyed the materials to Special Collections & Archives, ranked this collection as one of the most significant research resources dealing with early twentieth century Mexican American development with which he had ever been associated.  The handwritten minutes of meetings of the Woodmen of the World and the Obreros y Obreras, as well as the early print items are of particular merit.

The archival processing and creation of the inventory of the Fuentes Family Papers was done by Sean Mooney in 2011-2012.  Preliminary organization of the collection was accomplished by Thomas H. Kreneck in 2007, respectively.  Abel Cantu, Irvan Hendrik, Denver Ang, Grace Charles, and Kreneck collaborated on the editorial work of the original film for this link.

 

Guide to the Antonio Rodríguez Fuentes & Josefina Barrera Fuentes Family Papers

 

Linear Ft.    Title of Materials                                               Description of Materials

Fuentes Family Personal Documents

.5               Box 1 – Personal Items and Documents

1.1             Antonio Fuentes: Note of Birth Place and Date, Recorded April 1, 1923; Selective Service Card, 1942; La Retama Library Card, 1944

1.2             Antonio Fuentes Immigration Documents

1.3             Affidavit of Heirship, 1961

1.4             Vicente Lozano Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook

1.5             Mercedes Fuentes: History Class Scrapbook, c. Late 1940s

1.6             Antonio Fuentes, Jr.: College Report Card, c. 1950; University of Texas All Sports Pass, 1950-1951; Driver’s License, 1951; Immunization Records, 1948. Reuben Fuentes: English Textbook Cover, c. 1950

1.7             Carmen Fuentes: “Cupid’s Destiny” Personal Advertisement Magazine, December 1948; Miller High School Directory, 1950-1951; “Primer of Parliamentary Law”, 1949; Thank You Note, 1962

1.8             Contract, Agreement, State Form, and Checks re. Sale and Purchase of Land, May 14, 1923

1.9             Real Estate Exclusive Listing Agreements, March 28, 1968

1.10           Blank U.S. State Department Form for Export of Arms and Munitions of War to Mexico, March 1920

1.11           Bulletins from Mexico’s Secretary of Defense, March 31 and December 15, 1938

1.12           Professor Juan T. Gonzalez, “El Anillo Misterioso”, Undated

1.13           Profesora Maria Cristina Olvera, “Reyna del Ocultismo” Flyers, 1941

1.14           Religious Items: Novena Booklet, c. 1930s; Missal, November 1968, Religious Cards, Undated

1.15           Health-Related Documents: Mallinckrodt Prescription Calculator, 1946; GNC Vitamin Chart, c. 1970s

1.16           Sports Books: Softball Rules, 1955; 1968 Texas Football Guide with Local High Schools

1.17           Ray High School vs. Miller High School Football Game Program, Thanksgiving 1955

1.18           Programs: Fifth Conference of the American National Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, March 29-30, 1941; Mexican Patriotic Committee, May 5, 1971; Ballet Recital, May 22, 1977

1.19           Booklets: N. Shure Co. Pocket Diary with Calendar, Map, Directory, and Tables, 1926; Park Laboratory Co. Pocket Notebook, c. 1930s; Farm & Home Savings Association Coin Saver, Undated

1.20           Pamphlets: “Electricity Meters: How to Read Them,” c. 1930s; Assembly Instructions for Murray “T-Bird” Child’s Car, c. 1950s; Social Security Amendments, 1965

1.21           Spear & Co. Order Blanks and Advertisement, c. 1920s

1.22           Wristwatch Advertisement by Antonio Fuentes, c. 1930s

1.23           Haband of Patterson Dress Slacks Mailer including Fabric Swatches, c. 1950s

1.24           “Provisión y Seguridad” Mailers, 1959

1.25           Health Bulletin Mailer with Subscription Offer, c. 1960s

1.26           Advertisement Inserts and Mailers, Undated

1.27           Maps: Mexico City, 1944; Multi-State Map of Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, c. 1960s; University of Kansas Medical Center with Handwritten Travel Notes, Undated

1.28           TTA Airlines Pricing and Schedule, 1967

1.29           Corpus Christi Bus Routes and Schedules, 1963; Greyhound Southern Route and Spanish Trail Schedule, 1969

1.30           Braniff Air Ticket and Travel Receipts, 1969; Brochure for Hotel Nacional de Cuba with Braniff Airways and Driscoll Hotel Information Stamped on Reverse, c. 1950s

1.31           Pocket Calendars for 1943, 1963, and 1968; Assorted Coupons, Undated; Bingo Card, Undated

1.32           “Japan: Land of the Rising Sun” Photo Book; Tomato Seed Pouch; French Flag

1.33           Spanish and Portuguese Currency, 1946 and 1951

1.34           Business Cards

1.35           Handwritten Notes and Scrap Paper

.5               Box 2 – Personal Correspondence

2.1             Correspondence from Antonio Fuentes to his Wife, Josefina Barrera, Before Their Marriage, January-June, 1918

2.2             Correspondence from Antonio Fuentes to his Wife, Josefina Barrera, Before Their Marriage, July-August, 1918

2.3             Empty Envelopes of Correspondence from Antonio Fuentes to his Wife, Josefina Barrera, Before Their Marriage, 1918

2.4             Correspondence to Continental Supply House, 1921

2.5             Correspondence to Continental Supply House, October 1923

2.6             Correspondence to Continental Supply House, November 1-5, 1923

2.7             Correspondence to Continental Supply House, November 6-10, 1923

2.8             Correspondence to Continental Supply House, November 11-20, 1923

2.9             Correspondence to Continental Supply House, November 21-30, 1923

2.10           Correspondence to Continental Supply House, December 1923

2.11           Correspondence to Continental Supply House, January-September 1924

2.12           Correspondence to Continental Supply House, October 1924

2.13           Correspondence to Continental Supply House, November 1924

2.14           Correspondence to Continental Supply House, 1925

2.15           Correspondence and Empty Envelopes to Continental Supply House, Undated

2.16           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Fuentes, 1930s

2.17           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Fuentes, 1940s

2.18           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Fuentes, 1950-1955

2.19           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Fuentes, 1956-1958

2.20           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Fuentes, 1959

2.21           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1935-1936

2.22           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1937-1938

2.23           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1939

2.24           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1940-1941

2.25           Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1944

.5               Box 3 – Personal Correspondence

3.1             Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1945-1946

3.2             Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1947-1948

3.3             Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1950-1952

3.4             Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, 1953-1954

3.5             Montemorelos Correspondence from Jesús Rodriguez Caballero, Undated

 

3.6             Montemorelos Correspondence from Rosalio Salás, M. Salás, and Urbana Fuentes, 1930s

3.7             Montemorelos Correspondence from Carmen Gonzalez Including Collection of Small Cutout Photographs, October 28, 1937

3.8             Montemorelos Correspondence from Antonio Cantú and Fortino Fernandez, 1940s

3.9             Correspondence Sent by Antonio Fuentes to “La Cienega”, December 24, 1937, and Rogelio Esparza, May 7, 1954

3.10           Monterrey Correspondence to Antonio and Josefina Fuentes, 1950s-1960s

3.11           Correspondence to Antonio Fuentes re. Insurance Payments, 1941, 1946, 1958, and 1966-1969

3.12           Empty Envelopes from Insurance Payments Including Blank Slips of Paper

3.13           Empty Envelopes from Insurance Payments

3.14           Empty Envelopes from Insurance Payments

3.15           Empty Envelopes from Insurance Payments

.5               Box 4 – Personal Correspondence and Holiday Cards

4.1             Correspondence from Vicente Vargas in Veracruz, November 7, 1923

4.2             Political Correspondence to Antonio Fuentes, 1920s-1930s

4.3             Correspondence to Antonio Fuentes from Linder Art Co. with Order Form and Return Envelope, December 9, 1915

4.4             Personal Correspondence to Antonio Fuentes, 1957-1963

4.5             Personal Correspondence to Josefina Fuentes, 1950s, Undated (Fragile)

4.6             Personal Correspondence to Carmen Fuentes, 1949-1950

4.7             Personal Correspondence to the Fuentes Family, 1979-1982

4.8             Correspondence to Antonio and Josefina Fuentes from President Ronald and Nancy Reagan re. Anniversary Congratulations, November 17, 1983

4.9             Chain Letter, Undated

4.10           Correspondence/Picture Postcards

4.11           Empty Envelopes and Postage for Personal Correspondence

4.12           Valentine’s Day Cards

4.13           Easter Cards

4.14           Mother’s Day Cards

4.15           Mother’s Day Cards

4.16           Mother’s Day Cards

4.17           Father’s Day Cards

.5               Box 5 – Holiday Cards

5.1             Grandparent’s Day Cards

5.2             Thanksgiving Cards

5.3             Christmas Cards

5.4             Christmas Cards

5.5             Christmas Cards

5.6             Christmas Cards

5.7             Christmas Cards

5.8             Birthday Cards

5.9             Birthday Cards

.5               Box 6 – Holiday Cards and Personal Financial Documents

6.1             Anniversary Cards

6.2             Thank You Notes

6.3             Birth Notice Cards

6.4             Quinceñera Announcements

6.5             Graduation Invitations and Announcements

6.6             Wedding Invitations, Cards, and Announcements

6.7             Wedding Invitations, Cards, and Announcements

6.8             Sympathy Cards

6.9             Assorted Invitations

6.10           Empty Card Envelopes

6.11           Antonio Fuentes Personal Checks

6.12           Corpus Christi Bank and Trust: Cashier’s Check, November 1, 1966 and Blank; Blank Cashier’s Check Application; Receipt Tape

6.13           Corpus Christi State National Bank: Monthly Statement, January 1925; Deposit Receipts, August 26, 1958 and June 27, 1960; Blank Cashier Check Application; Loose Coin Deposit Envelope

6.14           Corpus Christi State National Bank Checks Made Out to Individuals, 1923-1927 and 1940

6.15           Corpus Christi State National Bank Checks Made Out to Spear & Co., 1925-1928

6.16           Corpus Christi State National Bank Checks Made Out to: United Trust Estates, 1927-1928; McFadden Publications, Inc., 1927; White Electric Co., 1940; Farm Journal, 1965

6.17           First Savings Association: Notices, September 30, 1964, and September 22, 1966; Earning Statement for 1967 with Pamphlet re. Savings Insurance; Blank Withdrawal and Deposit Slips

.5               Box 7 – Personal Financial and Insurance Documents

7.1             Mercantile National Bank: Monthly Statement, Pamphlet, and Handwritten Notes, December 1963-September 1964

7.2             Republic National Bank of Dallas: Booklet with List of Correspondents, Undated; Savings Withdrawal Receipt, Undated

7.3             Electricity, Utilities, and Phone Bill Receipts and Pay Stubs, 1958 and 1960

7.4             Electricity, Utilities, and Phone Bill Receipts and Pay Stubs, 1962

7.5             Electricity, Utilities, and Phone Bill Receipts and Pay Stubs, 1963 and March 1964

7.6             Empty Bill Envelopes

7.7             Business Card of Gary Bromley and Check from Bromley to Fuentes, 1969

7.8             Notice from Frank Wilcox to Antonio Fuentes re. Delinquent Tax Payment, December 20, 1929

7.9             Levine’s Employee Tax Statements for Antonio Fuentes, January 1950-February 1951

7.10           Delinquent Tax Statements, August 1962, March 1964, September 1964

7.11           Tax Documents: City of Corpus Christi Tax Stub, 1963; Nueces County Tax Receipts, 1963; Calendar Day, December 25, 1936; Property Rendition Affidavit, 1964

7.12           Empty Tax Envelopes

7.13           International Typewriter Exchange: Correspondence, Invoices, Receipts, Credit Certificates, Checks, and Corresponding Bank Statements, 1924-1929

7.14           JC Penney Bill Stubs and Receipts, 1962

7.15           Sears and Roebuck Payment Plan Receipt Books and Receipts, 1960s

7.16           Spiegel Furniture Co.: Customer Record and Payment Terms with Correspondence, 1927; Catalog Order Card, 1963

7.17           Sugarman Supply Co. Lease Agreement and Blank Payment Records, September 25, 1915

7.18           Suniland Furniture Co. Payment Plan Receipt Book, 1959

7.19           Texaco Credit Card and Receipt Ticket, 1963

7.20           Woolco: Checks, Receipts, and Thank You Note, 1966; Account Statements, 1974

7.21           Receipt Book of Hall Rent Payments, 1958

7.22           Money Order Receipt Stubs, 1930s-1940s

7.23           Money Order Receipt Stubs, Receipt Tapes, and Notes, 1950s-1960s

7.24           Personal Receipts, 1920s-1940s

7.25           Personal Receipts, 1950s

7.26           Personal Receipts, 1960-1970s

7.27           Personal Receipts, Undated

7.28           Receipt Tapes

7.29           Pocket Books: Weekly Meeting Schedule and Monthly Payments per Organization, 1951-1953

7.30           Handwritten Financial Notes

7.31           Insurance Policies: Eureka-Security (Fire), August 28, 1928; Golden Eagle (Life), Undated; National Protective Insurance Co. (Health), 1935; Washington National Insurance Co. Rate Card, Undated; Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association (Air Travel), 1960

7.32           Benefit Protective Association of America: Informationals, Incentive Pamphlets, Sales Strategies, and Blank Forms and Example Policies, c. Late 1930s; “The Music of Alianza,” 1939

7.33           Crown Life Insurance: Advertisement Flyers, Premium Notices, Correspondence re. Policies, Receipt of Payment, Return Envelope, and Information Card, 1952

7.34           Kansas City Life Insurance Co.: Copy of Policy Certificate, Checks and Money Orders, Receipts, and Correspondence from Texas Collateral Financial Co., 1929; Payment Notices, February 28, 1931; Vitals Card; Business Card of Agent

.5               Box 8 – Personal Insurance and Hobby-Related Documents; Alianza Hispano-Americana Periodicals

8.1             National Bellas Hess Life Insurance Society Mailers with Blank Applications and Advertisements, Undated

8.2             New Empire Insurance Co. Advertisement Mailer with Blank Application Card, Undated

8.3             Shelton Insurance Co.: Documents re. Repairs after Hurricane Carla and Cancellation of Policy, 1962

8.4             Texas Protective Life Insurance Co.: Newsletters to Antonio and Josefina Fuentes, November 30, 1966; Blank Policy Applications

8.5             The Numismatic Co. The Star Rare Coin Encyclopedia and Premium Catalog, 1925 and 1940

8.6             Eastman Kodak Co., How to Make Good Pictures, c. 1930s

8.7             Envelope Including: “Kodascope Library Review” Vol. I No. 10 (1927); “Pathextracts” Vol. I No. 9 (July 1930); Pathé Dealer List, c. 1930s; Mogull Bros. Invoice, June 3, 1937; Invoice Copy; Pathex Price List, c. 1930

8.8             Envelope Including: “Pathextracts” Vol. I Nos. 1-8 (October 1929-June 1930); Pathé Dealer List, c. 1930; Victor Camera Advertisement, c. 1930; Pathex Supplement, April 1927

8.9             Mogull Bros. Catalog and Price List of Equipment and Films, c. 1930

8.10           Mogull Bros.: Catalogs, 1938 and 1939; List of Films, Undated; RCA-Victor Photophone Advertisement, Undated

8.11           Manuals: Pathex Motion Picture Camera and Projector Including Price List, March 1927; Univex AF-4 (1938 Model) Instruction Booklet; Pathexgraph Instructions, Undated

8.12           Pathex Film Lists, 1926 and 1928; “The Pathé Kid” Manual and Film List, 1928-1930; Mail Insurance Slip

8.13           “Catalog of Pathex Motion Pictures for Home” c. 1927

8.14           Pathex Equipment Defect Comment Lists, 1927

8.15           “El Cine en Casa” – Pathé Baby Manual Including Film Lists, Pathex Advertisement Insert, and Direct Purchase Notice, 1933

8.16           Catalog, Film Lists, and Advertisements from M.H. Schoenbaum, 1938

8.17           Central Camera Co. Order Blank c. 1930s [Fragile]

8.18           Advertisements and Clippings of Films and Equipment

8.19           Handwritten Notes re. Photography

8.20           Alianza Organo Oficial, June 1930-June 1932

.5               Box 9 – Alianza Hispano-Americana Periodicals

9.1             Alianza Organo Oficial, July 1932-Oct. 1935

9.2             Alianza, 1940s

9.3             Alianza, 1950s

9.4             Alianza, 1960-1962

9.5             Alianza, 1963

.5               Box 10 – Alianza Hispano-Americana Periodicals and Lodge 169 Receipt Books

10.1           Alianza, 1964-1967

10.2           Alianza, 1968-1971

10.3           Lodge 169 Member Dues Receipt Books, May 1946-June 1947

10.4           Lodge 169 Member Dues Receipt Books, 1948

10.5           Lodge 169 Member Dues Receipt Books, 1950-1955

10.6           Lodge 169 Member Dues Receipt Books, October 1958-August 1962

10.7           Lodge 169 Member Dues Receipt Books, September 1962-January 1964

10.8           Lodge 169 Member Dues Receipt Books, January 1964-November 1965

10.9           Lodge 169 Member Dues Receipt Books, November 1965-December 1968

10.10         Lodge 169 Blank Member Dues Receipt Books

.5               Box 11 – Alianza Hispano-Americana Lodge 169 Receipt Book Notes, Ritual Books, and Ledgers

11.1           Loose Notes Pertaining to Member Dues Receipt Books

11.2           Personal Ritual Book of Antonio Fuentes, 1928, Presented by Presidente Supremo C.B. Sedillo, October 24, 1944

11.3           Personal Ritual Book of Antonio Fuentes, Revised in 1934

11.4           Personal Ritual Book of Antonio Fuentes, Revised in 1937

11.5           “Ritual de la Alianza Hispano-Americana Para las Logias Sucursales,” 1934

11.6           “Ritual de la Alianza Hispano-Americana Para las Logias Sucursales,” 1934

11.7           “Ritual Para Legiones Juveniles de la Alianza Hispano-Americana,” May 24, 1928

11.8           Lodge 169-Corpus Christi Membership Ledger, September 1930-March 1932

11.9           Lodge 169-Corpus Christi Funeral Benefits Ledger with Receipts, 1930s

.5               Box 12 – Alianza Hispano-Americana Cronicas, Actas, and Presidential Report

12.1           Cabo, Tomás Cerrabo. Cronicas. Tucson, AZ: Alianza Hispano-Americana, 1928.

12.2           Cabo, Tomás Cerrabo. Cronicas. Tucson, AZ: Alianza Hispano-Americana, 1928.

12.3           Cabo, Tomás Cerrabo. Cronicas. Tucson, AZ: Alianza Hispano-Americana, 1928.

12.4           Cabo, Tomás Cerrabo. Cronicas. Tucson, AZ: Alianza Hispano-Americana, 1928.

12.5           Cabo, Tomás Cerrabo. Cronicas. Tucson, AZ: Alianza Hispano-Americana, 1928.

12.6           Acta e Informes Generales de la XIII Convención de la Alianza Hispano-Americana, January 1930

12.7           Acta e Informes Generales de la XIV Convención de la Alianza Hispano-Americana, January 1934

12.8           Acta e Informes Generales de la XV Convención de la Alianza Hispano-Americana, April 1937

12.9           Acta e Informes Generales de la XVII Convención de la Alianza Hispano-Americana, August 1944

12.10         “State of the Alianza Hispano-Americana” Report of the Supreme President at the Seventeenth Convention, August 21-26-1944

.5               Box 13 – Alianza Hispano-Americana Rules Books and Correspondence

13.1           Reglamento Interior de la Logia Fundadora, January 1920

13.2           General Laws of the Alianza Hispano-Americana, February 1930

13.3           Estatutos Generales de la Alianza Hispano-Americana, February 1934

13.4           Leyes Generales Adoptadas Por la XVII Convención, August 1944

13.5           General Laws Passed by the 17th Convention, August 1944

13.6           Estatutos Generales de la Alianza Hispano-Americana, August 1948 and September 1950

13.7           Correspondence re. Insurance Policies, 1940s

13.8           Correspondence re. Insurance Policies, 1950s

13.9           Correspondence re. Insurance Policies, 1960-1963

13.10         Correspondence re. Insurance Policies, 1965

13.11         Correspondence re. Insurance Policies, 1966

13.12         Correspondence re. Insurance Policies, 1967-1968

13.13         Correspondence re. Insurance Policies, 1970s

13.14         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1930s

13.15         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, March 1948

13.16         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, June-July 1948

13.17         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, August 1948

13.18         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, September 1948

13.19         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, October 1948

13.20         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, November-December 1948

13.21         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1950s

13.22         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1960-1963

13.23         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1964-1966

13.24         Empty Envelopes

.5               Box 14 – Alianza Hispano-Americana Lodge 169 Financial, Insurance, and Organization/Administration Documents

14.1           Duplicate Lists of Adult Mortuary Fund Bond List, Mortgage Loans, and the Society’s True Financial Worth, 1948-1951

14.2           Secretary’s Monthly Collection Report, 1958

14.3           Secretary’s Monthly Collection Report, 1960-1962

14.4           Secretary’s Monthly Collection Report, 1963-1965

14.5           Secretary’s Monthly Collection Report, 1966-1969

14.6           Secretary’s Monthly Collection Report, 1970-1975 and Blank Reports

14.7           Utilities Check Stubs, 1964-1965; JC Penney Account Stub, 1964; Torn Parkdale State Bank Customer’s Draft Slip, 1964; Handwritten Financial Notes

14.8           Check Stubs, 1948; Assorted Receipts

14.9           Lodge Receipts for Advance Premium Payment, 1955-1959

14.10         Cashier’s Receipts for Lodge Dues, 1960-1963

14.11         Cashier’s Receipts for Lodge Dues, 1964-1966

14.12         Cashier’s Receipts for Lodge Dues, 1967-1969

14.13         Cashier’s Receipts for Lodge Dues, 1970-1974

14.14         Corpus Christi State National Bank Receipts, 1960-1963

14.15         Corpus Christi State National Bank Receipts, 1964-1966

14.16         Mercantile National Bank of Corpus Christi Receipts, 1966

14.17         Report Including List of Member Names and Shares, May 1934

14.18         Premium Rates Book, 1939

14.19         Dunne’s Insurance Report for Alianza Hispano-Americana, 1943 and 1948

14.20         Assessment Loan Statement for Enrique Gabardón, 1951; Assessment Loan Statement, Loan Worksheet, Authorization Form, and Adult Certificate Cancellation Request Form for Inez Rivas, 1948

14.21         Adult Certificate Cancellation Request Form for Adolph de la Peña, 1959

14.22         Juvenile Department Blank Policy Payment Cards

14.23         Insurance Applications for Roque M. Barrera, Carmen Fuentes, Josefina Barrera, and Jesus Rodriguez Caballero, 1934

14.24         Golden Rule Life Insurance Certificate for Luís Martinez, 1955

14.25         Insurance Credentials, Death Claim Authorization Form, and Dues Receipt for Juana Gonzales, 1965

14.26         Insurance Policy of Josefina Barrera, December 17, 1934

14.27         Life Insurance Credentials and Payment Book of Felipa P. Alegria

14.28         Youth Ordinary Life Certificates for Antonio Jr., Carmen, and Mercedes Fuentes

14.29         Lists of Member Names, Addresses, and Lodge Numbers, 1948 and Undated

14.30         List of Members and Dues, Undated

14.31         Card File: Alianza Lodges with Officers and Locations, 1940s; Names and Addresses, 1930s

14.32         Handwritten Drafts of Meeting Minutes and Actas, 1948

14.33         Orden de los Trabajos (Meeting Agenda), c. 1944

14.34         Blank Meeting Minutes Forms

14.35         Membership Application Instructions, Undated

14.36         National Convention Delegate Reports, 1937-1948

14.37         Documents re. 1944 Regional Convention: Notes, Invitation, List of Projects, Member Lists of Payment, Delegate Credentials, Delegate Expense Account, and Check Stubs

14.38         Acta Oficial de la Sesión Ordinaria del Consejo Ejecutivo Supremo, March 1952

14.39         Actas Oficiales de la Sesión Ordinaria del Consejo Ejecutivo Supremo, September 16, 1961

.5               Box 15 – Alianza Hispano-Americana Lodge 169 Organization/Administration Documents, Printed Items, and Society-Related Personal Items; Woodmen of the World Periodicals

15.1           Copies – “Acta de Independencia de Mexico”, November 6, 1813

15.2           “Acuerdos Tomados Por el Comite Patriotico Mexicano”, Undated

15.3           Citación – Presidential Orders to Elect Delegates for Conventions, July 9, 1948

15.4           Invitación – National Convention, July 21, 1948

15.5           Observaciones, Undated; Convocatorias, June and November 1948, and June 1954

15.6           Resolución – Urging Members to do their Duty, 1959

15.7           Pro-Defensa Alianza Hispano-Americana Declaratoria “Constitución y Reformas”, May 6, 1954

15.8           Memorial Address for Senator O.A. Larrazolo by Hon. A.A. Sedillo

15.9           Speech of President C.B. Sedillo, May 16, 1947

15.10         Vice President Jesús G. Lizarraga’s Response to Circular “Supuesto”, September 4, 1948

15.11         Comunicación – To Attending Lodges at Regional Convention, 1948; Blank Mesa Directiva

15.12         Proclamation of Reinstatement of Supreme Director J.I. Gandarilla, November 10, 1948

15.13         “Calaveras del Panteón Aliancista”, 1948

15.14         Envelope Containing: Frente Unido Pro Defensa Statement, 1949; R.B. Rodriguez Publications: “Sueños y Pesadillas”, El Eterno Fracasado Tecnico”, “Tópicos Típicos Sedillistas”

15.15         “Energica Protesta”; “Respetuosa Protesta”, January 1952

15.16         Oversized Alianza Hispano-Americana Poster

15.17         Convention Delegate Ribbons

15.18         Small Decals and Window Stickers

15.19         Newspaper Clippings

15.20         Alianza Hispano-Americana Leaflets, 1937

15.21         Insurance Campaign Flyers, 1948; Christmas Greetings Bulletin, Undated

15.22         “El Sol” – Phoenix AZ, September 1949-March 1953

15.23         Ruben Dario, “Los Motivos del Lobo”, April 1935

15.24         “The Music of Alianza”, c. 1939

15.25         Alianza Hispano-Americana Library Catalog, 1930

15.26         Blank Membership Certificate

15.27         Blanca Primera Invitation for the Installation of Octaviano Larrazolo, October 1, 1930

15.28         Small Handwritten Notes

15.29         Palabra Semestral, 1952, 1953, 1957, and 1966

15.30         Business Cards and Membership Cards

15.31         Alianza Hispano-Americana Brochure, 1938; Recruitment Handout, 1953

15.32         Restaurant Menus for El Charro, Tucson AZ, c. 1950

15.33         Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1940s

15.34         Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1950s

15.35         Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1962

15.36         Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1963

.5               Box 16 – Woodmen of the World Periodicals

16.1           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1964

16.2           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1967

16.3           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1968

16.4           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1969

16.5           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1970

16.6           Woodmen of the World Magazine, January-June 1971

16.7           Woodmen of the World Magazine, July-December 1971

16.8           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1972

16.9           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1976

16.10         Woodmen of the World Magazine, January-June 1977

16.11         Woodmen of the World Magazine, July-December 1977

16.12         Woodmen of the World Magazine, January-June 1978

.5               Box 17 – Woodmen of the World Periodicals, Ritual Books, Rules/Regulations Books, and Constitution/By-Laws Books

17.1           Woodmen of the World Magazine, July-December 1978

17.2           Woodmen of the World Magazine, January-June 1979

17.3           Woodmen of the World Magazine, July-December 1979

17.4           Woodmen of the World Magazine, 1980s

17.5           “Woodmen of the World Presents Arlington Song Festival Featuring the Wills Family Singers”, March 25, 1969

17.6           Ritual Book, 1903

17.7           Ritual Book, 1936

17.8           Ritual Book, 1946

17.9           Substitute Ritual Book, 1961

17.10         Regulations Manuals, 1921

17.11         Constitution and By-Laws, July 1935

17.12         Constitution and By-Laws, September 1941 and May 1943

17.13         Constitution and By-Laws, October 1947

17.14         Constitution and By-Laws, 1965

17.15         Officers’ Manual for Local Units, 1968

.5               Box 18 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Meeting Minutes and Ledgers

18.1           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Blank Meeting Minutes Book

18.2           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Meeting Minutes and Membership Roster, 1909-1920; Lodge Location Lease Agreement (Inside Front Cover), 1909

18.3           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Copies of Handwritten Meeting Minutes, 1920-1921

18.4           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Notebook of Handwritten Meeting Minutes and Membership Roster, 1950-1954

18.5           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Meeting Minutes, January 1952-December 1958

18.6           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Meeting Minutes, January 1959-September 1969

18.7           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Meeting Minutes, October 1969-November 1974

18.8           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Meeting Minutes, 1979-1982, Including: Membership List, Blank Member Transfer Form, Blank unit Supply Order Form, and Contacts

18.9           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Expense Ledger, 1920-1923

18.10         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Expense Ledger, 1924

18.11         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Expense Ledger, 1925-1928

.5               Box 19 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Ledgers and Correspondence

19.1           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Expense Ledger, 1929-1932

19.2           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Ledger of Bills and Member Dues, 1925

19.3           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Ledger of Bills and Member Dues, 1926

19.4           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Ledger of Bills and Member Dues, 1927

19.5           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Ledger of Bills and Member Dues, 1929

19.6           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Insurance Benefits Ledger, 1964-1965

19.7           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Blank Ledgers: Collector’s Cash Book, Financial Secretary’s Cash Book, and Membership Register

19.8           Correspondence re. Insurance, 1950-1955

19.9           Correspondence re. Insurance, 1956-1959

19.10         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1960-1961

19.11         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1962

19.12         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1963

19.13         Envelope Containing: Correspondence re. Insurance Payment and Cancellation, Credit Statements, Payment Stubs, and Return Envelopes, 1963

19.14         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1964-1965

19.15         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1966

19.16         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1967

19.17         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1968-1969

19.18         Correspondence re. Insurance, 1970-1975

.5               Box 20 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Correspondence and Financial Documents

20.1           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Note to Consul Comandante from Roman Castro, Undated

20.2           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Letter from José Cuvarrubias to the Camp re. His Failing Health, August 11, 1919

20.3           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Letter re. Election of Camp Officers, July 25, 1920

20.4           Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1920s

20.5           Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1930s

20.6           Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1950s

20.7           Envelope Containing: Correspondence re. Bonus Award Check, Punch Ticket, HEB Receipt Tape Pouch, and Handwritten Notes, 1958

20.8           Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1960-1961

20.9           Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1962

20.10         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1963

20.11         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1964

20.12         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1965

20.13         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1966

20.14         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1967

20.15         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1968

20.16         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1969

20.17         Correspondence re. Organization/Administration, 1970s

20.18         Empty Envelopes

20.19         Distribution of Income and Expenses with Movement of Funds in the Treasury, 1924

20.20         Balance Sheet and statement of Profit and Loss, December 31, 1926

20.21         Book of Expenses, 1926-1931

20.22         Book of Expenses, 1928

20.23         Monthly Financial Report, June 1931

20.24         Summary of Starting and Hospital Funds, Undated

20.25         Expense Report, September 1951-May 1964

20.26         Policy Credit Requests to Comptroller, June 1958-May 1960

20.27         Insurance Agent Commission Statements, May 1954-November 1955

.5               Box 21 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Financial Documents and Membership Records

21.1           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Personal Handwritten Notebooks Containing Names and Addresses, Bills Information, and Lists Containing Members and Dues, August-December 1922

21.2           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Notebooks Containing Lists of Members and Dues, 1923

21.3           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Notebooks of Income and Expenses, 1923

21.4           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Booklet Containing Names of Applicants with Application Dues and Campaña de Inauguración del Hospital, c. 1920s

21.5           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, World War I Memorial Campaign Handwritten Records of Members and Funds, c. 1920s

21.6           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Roster of Members, Initiation Dues, and Dates Paid, Undated

21.7           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Loan Requests from Ernesto Meza to Antonio Fuentes, 1928

21.8           Promissory Notes, 1923-1924

21.9           Corpus Christi State National Bank Checks/Bank Notes, 1924-1925

21.10         Corpus Christi State National Bank: Promissory Notes for Dues, 1927-1928; Checks/Bank Notes for Dues, 1928-1931

21.11         Corpus Christi State National Bank Deposit Receipts, 1923 and 1932

21.12         Bank Statements with Withdrawal Slips, March 1921, December 1931-January 1933, and August-September 1964

21.13         Delinquent Payment Notices, February and April, 1955; Past Due Notice Stubs, June 1960-November 1963

21.14         Payment Notices with Return Envelopes, October 1962-October 1965

21.15         Policy Statements, 1964

21.16         Business Receipts, 1919-1924, and 1954; Dues Receipts, 1932 and Undated

21.17         Insurance Policy Receipts, 1953-1954

21.18         Receipts for Payment on Certificate Debt with Corresponding Checks, 1966-1967

21.19         Receipt Tapes, Undated

21.20         Handwritten Financial Notes

21.21         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, 1951-1954

.5               Box 22 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Membership Directories

22.1           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, 1951-1954

22.2           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, 1951-1954, Including Loose Page of José Alvarado, 1937

22.3           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Printed Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, June 1958-December 1963

22.4           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Printed Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, January 1964-January 1968

.5               Box 23 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Membership Directories

23.1           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Printed Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, February 1968-1969

23.2           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Printed Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, 1970-1971

23.3           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Printed Directory of Members with Addresses, and Dues, 1972-February 1973

23.4           Woodmen of the World, Annual Camp No. 2126 (Benito Juarez) Membership Listing, March 1973, October 1973, October 1974

23.5           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Juvenile Department Printed Directory of Members and Dues, 1956-1957

.5               Box 24 – Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Printed Directory of Members and Dues, 1956-1957

.5               Box 25 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Organization/Administration Documents

25.1           Last Page of Contract of Camp Guards with Signatures, May 14, 1918

25.2           Invitation from Camp 2194 (Laurel) re. Dedication of Memorial for Deceased Sovereigns, August 15, 1919

25.3           Invitation from Camp Benito Juarez to the Local Oberos y Obreras Chapter to enter “Concurso de Reynas”, August 2, 1926

25.4           Notice and Table for Recruitment Awards, 1927

25.5           List of Member Names with Addresses and Years in Service, Undated

25.6           Twenty-Five Year Members List, Undated

25.7           Analysis of Fraternal Service Fund, 1969

25.8           Secretary’s Report, Resolutions Committee Report, and Proposed Constitutional Amendments for National Convention, July 1969

25.9           Declaration of Delegates from Kingsville TX, Robstown TX, Victoria TX, Mathis TX, Alice TX, and Taft TX, Undated

25.10         Proceedings of the State Convention and Official Ballot, March 1969; National Convention Program, July 1969; President’s Report at the National Convention, July 1969

25.11         Ballots for the 35th Biennial Convention, Texas Jurisdiction, March 21-24, 1971

25.12         Monthly Bulletins, 1964-1967

25.13         “Southwest Texas Six-Gun” Bulletins, 1967-1971

25.14         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Notes and Vote Counts of Camp Elections, December 2, 1919

25.15         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Notebooks Containing Member Names, 1922-1923

25.16         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Handwritten Notes and Notebooks Containing Member Names, Undated

25.17         Handwritten Organization/Administration Notes

25.18         Slips: Postal Zoning; “Jurisdiction of Texas”; Folder Marker for Monthly Report

25.19         Death Certificate of Alberto Lara, April 21, 1958

25.20         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Juvenile Department Benefits Change Request Forms, 1954

25.21         Member Punch Cards, 1955, 1960-1962

25.22         Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Member Names, Certificate Numbers, and Dues, November 1933-January 1934

25.23         Slips re.: Bond of Officers, March 15, 1972; Transfer Card of Rogelio Salazar, Undated; Use of Maturity Date and Payment Requirements; Deposit Receipt of Faustino Reyes, January 5, 1920

25.24         Preliminary Membership Applications, 1918-1919

25.25         Southern Union Insurance Mailer, c. 1963; Holiday Beach Resort Mailer with Notes and Calendar of July and August 1968

25.26         Blank Member’s Acknowledgement of Automatic Loan, September 14, 1956

25.27         Blank Policy Transfer Cards, April 26, 1956

25.28         Blank Forms: Camp Auditor’s Report; Instructions for Executing Proofs of Death; Affidavit of Lost Certificate

25.29         Blank Field Man’s Application for Bond, c. 1950s

25.30         Rate Book, 1956

25.31         Rate Book, 1958

25.32         Field Man’s Manual, Undated

.5               Box 26 – Woodmen of the World Camp Benito Juarez Society-Related Personal Items; Orden Mutua del Oberos y Obreras Books

26.1           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Personal Credentials of Antonio Fuentes, 1924 and 1929

26.2           Replica Initiation Certificate of Antonio Fuentes with Photograph, 1973

26.3           Clerk Ribbon and Badge, c. 1930s

26.4           Woodmen of the World, Camp Benito Juarez, Delegate Ribbon, State Convention, 1937; Officer Ribbons, 1924

26.5           Antonio Fuentes Nametags

26.6           Woodmen of the World Business Cards; Blank President Card; Decal

26.7           Woodmen of the World Christmas Cards, 1972 and 1977

26.8           Postcards from Convention Locations

26.9           Fund Raiser Tickets, 1970s

26.10         Travel Souvenirs: United Airlines Napkin; San Francisco Hilton Map; Dallas Sheraton Reservation Card Stub; Continental Airlines System Timetable

26.11         Small Annual Calendars, 1931, 1958, and 1960

26.12         Prof. Juan T. Gonzalez, “La Voz de Maestro”; Advertisement and Order Sheet for Prof. Gonzalez’s Works

26.13         Booklets: Woodmen of the World Deposit book of José and Teresa Alaniz, 1921; Washington National Insurance Co. Prospects Book with Notes and Receipts, 1953-1954

26.14         Antonio Fuentes Receipt Books, 1923, 1930, 1952-1954

26.15         “Songs We Love to Sing” Songbooks, c. 1946

26.16         “Songs We Love to Sing” Songbooks, c. 1946

26.17         Assorted Brochures

26.18         Programs for Biennial Convention – Texas Jurisdiction, 1965-1971

26.19         Programs for District Meetings in: Falfurrias TX, November 16, 1969; Kenedy TX, March 22, 1970

26.20         Newspaper Clippings from Woodmen of the World Sovereign Officer Inspection, Corpus Christi, c. 1923

26.21         Newspaper Clippings

26.22         Blank Stationary

26.23         Blank Punch Cards

26.24         Oberos y Obreras Reglamento de Sanidad del Taller “Leona Vicario”, No. 1, April 5, 1918

26.25         Liturgia Grado Unico de Taller Morelos No. 1, c. 1920

26.26         Constitución y Estatutos Generales de la Orden Mutua de Obreros y Obreras, 1924

26.27         Constitución y Estatutos Generales de la Orden Mutua de Obreros y Obreras, 1924

26.28         Constitución y Estatutos Generales de la Orden Mutua de Obreros y Obreras, 1926

26.29         Constitución y Estatutos Generales de la Orden Mutua de Obreros y Obreras, 1926

26.30         Liturgia Grado Unico, c. 1930s

26.31         Reglamento de Sanidad de la Orden Mutua de Obreros y Obreras, c. 1920s

26.32         Liturgia de la Cámara Leona Vicario de la Orden Mutua de Obreros y Obreras, c. 1930s

.5               Box 27 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Books and Meeting Minutes

27.1           Liturgia de la Camara de Obreras Leona Vicario No. 1, c. 1930s

27.2           Oberos y Obreras, Booklet Containing List of Officers and Procedures for Society Including Handwritten Meeting Notes, November 6, 1932

27.3           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes, September 21-October 19, 1922

27.4           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes: May 31, 1926; November 6, 1932; July 1, Year Unlisted

27.5           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes: June 1, 1924-October 21, 1925; October 19, 1925-June 6, 1926

27.6           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes, March 4, 1927-March 3, 1933 (Fragile)

27.7           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Complete Handwritten Account of Meeting Events, Including: Meeting Minutes, Monthly Financial Reports, Attendance and Absence Lists, and Rosters of Officers upon Elections, July 13, 1930-June 8, 1937 (Fragile)

.5               Box 28 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Meeting Minutes and Ledgers

28.1           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes and Attendance Lists: December 14, 1930-April 19, 1931; June 28-September 6, 1931

28.2           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes, July 22, 1942-August 12, 1946 (Significant Water Damage)

28.3           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes, May 13, 1942-October 13, 1946 (Significant Water Damage)

28.4           Oberos y Obreras, Leona Vicario No.1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes: November 25, 1932; June 9, 1935; February 9, 1937; Undated

28.5           Oberos y Obreras, Leona Vicario No.1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes, March 24, 1933-July 6, 1935 (Fragile)

28.6           Oberos y Obreras, Leona Vicario No.1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes with Attendance Lists and Monthly Reports, April 26, 1935-October 16, 1936 (Fragile)

28.7           Oberos y Obreras, Leona Vicario No.1 Handwritten Meeting Minutes, August 2, 1935-June 29, 1938 (Significant Water Damage)

28.8           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Ledger of Members and Dues Paid with Index, 1924-1925

28.9           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Ledger of Members and Dues Paid with Index, 1926-1931

28.10         Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Ledger Including: Member List and Monthly Payments, 1934; Monthly Financial Reports, June 1935-April 1937

.5               Box 29 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Ledgers and Correspondence

29.1           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Ledger, 1936-1940 (Severe Water Damage)

29.2           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Ledger Including: Monthly Income, April-December 1945; Local Fund, 1947

29.3           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Ledger of Income and Expenses, January 1954-December 1957, Including Corpus Christi National Bank Statements, August 1954-January 1958

29.4           Documents Corresponding to Ledger (29.3) Including: Receipts; Receipt Tapes; Utility Bill Stubs; Lee Time Book; Financial Notes Booklet, 1955-1956; Correspondence from Mrs. Palacios (1957) and J. Dinn (1958) to Antonio Fuentes; Resolution, 1932; Notes of Dues Paid, 1962, Credentials of Jesús Aranda with Handwritten Notes

29.5           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Ledger of Income and Expenses with Corpus Christi State National Bank Statements, January-February 1958

29.6           Taller Morelos No. 1 Correspondence, 1920s

29.7           Correspondence from J. Manuel Corro Vina of El Paladin to Antonio Fuentes, December 11, 1929

29.8           Taller Morelos No. 1 Correspondence, 1930-1932

29.9           Taller Morelos No. 1 Correspondence, 1933-1939

29.10         Taller Morelos No. 1 Correspondence, 1940s

29.11         Taller Morelos No. 1 Correspondence, 1950s

29.12         Taller Morelos No. 1 Correspondence, Undated

29.13         Leona Vicario No. 1 Correspondence, 1920s

29.14         Leona Vicario No. 1 Correspondence, 1930-1936

29.15         Leona Vicario No. 1 Correspondence, 1937-1939

29.16         Leona Vicario No. 1 Correspondence, 1940s

29.17         Leona Vicario No. 1 Correspondence, Undated

29.18         Empty Envelopes

.5               Box 30 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Financial Documents

30.1           Taller Morelos No. 1 Envelope Containing: List of Members who Made Loans, 1927; Tax Receipts, 1930-1931; Monthly Report, December 1964-February 1965; Notes

30.2           Taller Morelos No. 1 Envelope Containing: Checks, Receipts, Statements to Brown Securities Inc., 1948-1953; Checks to Members, 1927-1929 and 1941-1949; Funeral Payment Receipt to Agapito Flores re. Zeferino Flores, July 23, 1951

30.3           Taller Morelos No. 1 Envelope Containing: WL Dinn Insurance Invoice, February 1953; Corpus Christi Independent School District Tax Receipt, January 1953; Handwritten Insurance Notes, Undated; State National Bank Blank Customer’s Draft Checks

30.4           Sale Contract of Four Promissory Notes to Annie Smith by B.B. White, August 4, 1926

30.5           Affidavit, State Contract of Full Payment of Four Notes Including the Four Notes to Annie Smith from B.B. White (29.9), April 3, 1930

30.6           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Monthly Report of Members and Dues, September 1936-January 1948

30.7           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Collection Report: Member Dues, July-October 1948; Lodge Rent, September-November (Year Unlisted)

30.8           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Monthly Breakdown of Funds, October-December 1925; Inventory of Office Supplies, June 8, 1937 (Water Damage)

30.9           Taller Morelos No. 1 Promissory Notes to Members, March-April 1927

30.10         Taller Morelos No. 1 Tax Redemption Certificate, December 31, 1928

30.11         Taller Morelos No. 1 City/County Documents: Tax Notices, 1929-1931; Corpus Christi Water and Gas Bill Stub, September 3, 1931; Notice to the Lodge to Appear re. Tax Increase, July 3, 1930

30.12         Taller Morelos No. 1 Lodge – Central Power and Light Bill Stubs, December 1948-August 1950, March-November 1962, February-December 1963

30.13         Taller Morelos No. 1 Lodge – Central Power and Light Monthly Statements, May 1947-December 1948

30.14         Taller Morelos No. 1 Citizens Industrial Bank Installment Notes, September 3, 1932 and August 5, 1933

30.15         Taller Morelos No. 1 Corpus Christi State National Bank Statements, 1945-1948

30.16         Taller Morelos No. 1 Corpus Christi State National Bank Statements, 1949

30.17         Taller Morelos No. 1 Corpus Christi State National Bank Statements, 1950s and 1960s

30.18         Taller Morelos No. 1 State National Bank of Corpus Christi Deposit Book Including Notes, March 14, 1966

30.19         Taller Morelos No. 1 Corpus Christi State National Bank Account Book, 1935-1950, Including Blank Checks and Balance Statement, Undated

30.20         Hardware Receipts and Invoices, September-October 1953     

30.21         Taller Morelos No. 1 Medical and Pharmacy Receipts, 1926-1930

30.22         Receipts for: Refunds, 1929; Dues and Rent, 1932; Donations, 1947; Lodge Repairs, 1948

30.23         Taller Morelos No. 1 Dues Receipts for Edubiges Izaguirre, November 1949, January and March 1950; Handwritten Dues Notes, January-April 1950

30.24         Taller Morelos No. 1 Handwritten Financial Notes

30.25         Leona Vicario No. 1 Envelope Containing: Handwritten Monthly Receipts, June 1945-December 1947; Rent Receipts, 1944, 1946, Year Unlisted; Monthly Collection Report, 1943-1946; Breakdown of Funds, January 1945

30.26         Oberos y Obreras, Leona Vicario No. 1 Receipts of Members and Dues Paid, Entire Years of 1948 and 1949 and Undated; List of Members Names Caceres for Raffle, December 12, 1932

30.27         Leona Vicario No. 1 Receipt Book, 1945-1947

30.28         Leona Vicario No. 1 Medical and Pharmacy Receipts, 1927, 1930, Year Unknown (Date Illegible)

30.29         Insurance Certificates of José Castro, Angel Rodriguez, and Antonio Fuentes, Naming Beneficiaries, 1940-1941

30.30         Benefit Certificate of Dolores Perez, July 2, 1922

30.31         Liberty Bell Insurance Co. Insurance Policy for Lodge, 1930

30.32         Home Insurance Co. Fire Policies for Lodge 1944-1948, Including WL Dinn & Co. Invoices

30.33         Home Insurance Co. Fire Policies for Lodge, 1948-1949, Including: Nueces County, City of Corpus Christi, and Corpus Christi Independent School District Tax Receipts and Cashier’s Checks; WL Dinn & Co. Invoices and Cashier’s Checks; Member Collection List; Corpus Christi State National Bank Statement

30.34         Home Insurance Co. Fire Policies for Lodge, 1949-1951, Including WL Dinn & Co. Cover Letters and Invoices, Cashier’s Checks, and Handwritten Financial Notes

30.35         Home Insurance Co. Fire Policies for Lodge, 1951-1955, Including WL Dinn & Co. Cover Letters, Invoices, and Change Endorsement

30.36         WL Dinn & Co Documents: Receipts, 1959; Insurance Policy and Correspondence re. Policy, Policy Attachments, and Invoices, 1966

.5               Box 31 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Organization Documents and Member Account Booklets

31.1           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Completed and Blank Membership Application Forms, 1930s and 1940s

31.2           Oberos y Obreras, Taller Morelos No. 1 Honor List, June 1, 1924-January 12, 1927

31.3           Oberos y Obreras, Property Deed for Joint Lodge, February 8, 1935

31.4           Lodge Lease Contracts, February 10, 1938 and November 22, 1940

31.5           Revised Constitution of Obreros y Obreras, 1925

31.6           Handwritten and Printed Drafts of Articles and Amendments of Revised Constitution, 1925

31.7           Taller Morelos No. 1 Documents: Simón Gonzalez Oath, February 28, 1944; Invitation for Membership to Manuel Marcha, May 9, 1930; Meeting Summaries for Jose Vasconcelos No. 1 Lodge (Robstown TX), January 16 and 27, 1927

31.8           Handwritten Attendance Excuse Notes, Undated

31.9           Handwritten Rules and Regulations Including Articles and Clauses, 1930

31.10         Taller Morelos No. 1 Credentials of Elected Officials, May 25, 1922 and May 28, 1928

31.11         Envelope Containing: Correspondence to Leona Vicario No. 1, April and October 1930; Letter from A. Castro, 1935; Inventories, 1927 and 1934; F. Navarro Defense Fund Advertisement, c. 1930; Report of Members and Dues Paid, July 1935; Congressional Record, December 26, 1940; “Felices Pascuas”, 1940

31.12         Texas Secretary of State Charter Verification Certificate, May 17, 1955

31.13         Invitations from Sociedad Lazaro Cardenas to Leona Vicario No. 1 for Mutual Organizational Cooperation (1936) and Upcoming Festival (1939)

31.14         Leona Vicario No. 1 Credenciales, May 1932 and May 1943

31.15         Leona Vicario No. 1 Membership Credentials of Angelita Gonzales, May 27, 1941

31.16         Leona Vicario No. 1 Election Results: 1930, 1932, 1937, 1938, and 1960

31.17         Jose Vasconcelos No. 1 (Robstown TX) Documents: Handwritten Member List; Hardware Receipt, March 1929; Refund Notice, May 20, 1926; List of Honored Members, July 13, 1930; Handwritten List re. Death Benefits, c. 1927

31.18         Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Acosta-Arévalos, 1925-1931

31.19         Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Faustina Arevalos, Including Funeral Certificates of Deceased Members and Corpus Christi State National Bank Check, 1937

31.20         Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: B-Bernal, 1925-1938

31.21         Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Campos-Cuellar, 1927-1938; Pas Candia Dues Receipt, 1926

31.22         Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: De Lucio-Escovar, 1927-1930

31.23         Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Fabela-Franco, 1927-1930, 1962

31.24         Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Antonio and Josefina Fuentes, 1925, 1930, 1955-1960, Including Dues Receipt, 1926 and Bank Note, 1935

.5               Box 32 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Member Account Booklets

32.1           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Gallagher-Margarita Garcia, 1926-1930, Including Dues Receipt for Felesfloro Garcia, December 1926

32.2           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Maria Garcia-Petra Gonzalez, 1923-1930, Including Note from Jacoba Garza to Antonio Fuentes, 1930

32.3           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Raymundo Gonzalez-Guzmán, 1926-1930, Including Dues Receipt for Carlos Guillen, 1926

32.4           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Hernandez-Jordan, 1925-1930

32.5           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: La Rue-Luna, 1923-1930, Including Business Card and Payment Notes for Francisco Longoria, 1930-1931

32.6           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Martinez-Medina, 1927-1932

32.7           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Mendoza-Ovalle, 1927-1932

32.8           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Paz-Prezas, 1927-1929

.5               Box 33 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Member Account Booklets and Society-Related Personal Items

33.1           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Quiroz-Ruiz, 1925-1930

33.2           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Salazar-Szaguirre, 1925-1930

33.3           Orden Mutua Member Account Booklets: Tobar-Zepeda, 1925-1931, Including: IOU of Ester Vasquez; Dues Receipts for Carlos and Luís Zapata; List of Loans of Eugenio H. and Maria O.H. (in Booklet of Georgo Villareal); Application for Membership for Pampona Zepeda

33.4           Orden Mutua Blank Member Account Booklets, c. 1920s

33.5           Membership Credentials of Antonio Fuentes, 1931, 1932, and 1936; Blank Certificate

33.6           Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Ribbons and Mediallion; Seal of Dirección General de Correos-Mexico

33.7           Invitation to Dance at Obreros Hall hosted by José Maria Morelos, June 19, 1932       

33.8           Invitation to Dance at Obreros Hall hosted by Club Politico Nacional, July 10, 1932

33.9           Invitation: Closed Meeting to all Members of “Fraternidad” at “The Voice” Press, Undated

33.10         Funeral Documents: Funeral Program of Maria Cadena, April 20, 1940; Funeral Cards, Undated; Obituaries, Undated

33.11         Extracted Pages of Ritual Book, Unknown Year

33.12         Caption of Artwork of J. Castro to Taller Morelos No. 1, Written by JE Santos of Monterrey, November 15, 1935

33.13         Transcript of Speech by Unknown Author on Importance of Unity as Mexicans, September 16, 1918

33.14         Undated Reproduction of Declaration of Independence of Anahuac of November 6, 1813

33.15         Department of public Safety Bicycle Safety Card, Undated; Fritz Schneider Constable Campaign Card, Undated; Cake Walk Benefit Tickets, July 31, 1949

33.16         “Exportador Americano” Table of Contents, September 1916; Globe Sale Poster, Undated; Obreros y Obreras Cover Art Document Backing, Undated

33.17         Franco, Juís G. “La Lucha de la Mujer Contra el Vicio del Alcohol.” Mexico City, D.F.: Secretary of Industry, Commerce, and Labor, 1930

33.18         Wissler, Clark. “Los Primeros Pasos de la Civilización” Fraternidad Vol. II No. 38, May 1932

33.19         Printed Mexican Poetry: De Huerta, Josefina R. “Fraternidad” Sonora: Cananea, May 1933

33.20         Printed Mexican Poetry: Gomez, Esther. “Ofrenda” Salto, Nuevo Domingo, March 15, 1934

33.21         Early Printed Mexican-American Poetry “¡15 de Septiembre!” Unknown Author, Undated

33.22         Early Handwritten Mexican-American Poetry: de Escobar, Narciso Diaz. “Embriaguez” Undated

33.23         Early Printed Mexican-American Poetry: “Al Borracho” Unknown Author, Undated

33.24         Clippings of Early Mexican-American Poetry: “Mi Bandera” and “Curación Instantanea” Unknown Author, Undated

33.25         Clippings: “Himno Nacional Mexicano” Undated; “Himno Internacional Obrero” Undated

33.26         Clipping of Obreros y Obreras: Photo of 14th Anniversary Parade; Article re. Sale of LULAC Hall, May 4, 1971

33.27         Assorted Obreros y Obreras-Related Clippings

33.28         State National Bank of Corpus Christi Blank Deposit Slips and Checks, c. 1940s

33.29         Blank Letterhead

.5               Box 34 – Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Society-Related Personal Items; Sociedad Mutualista Lazaro Cardenas de Ambos Sexos Books, Ledgers, Meeting Minutes, and Correspondence

34.1           Orden Mutua del Obreros y Obreras Blank Election Circulars, c. 1920s

34.2           Lazaro Cardenas 15th Anniversary Program, March 2, 1952

34.3           Reglamento de la Sociedad Mutualista de “Ambos Sexos” General Lazaro Cardenas, 1952

34.4           Reglamento de la Sociedad Mutualista de “Ambos Sexos” General Lazaro Cardenas, 1952 (Fragile)

34.5           Estatutos de la Mutualista Lazaro Cardenas de Ambos Sexos, c. 1936 (Fragile)

34.6           Estatutos de la Mutualista Lazaro Cardenas de Ambos Sexos, c. 1936

34.7           Handwritten Ledger of Members, Dues Paid, and Income/Expenses, November 1936-January 1938

34.8           Handwritten Meeting Minutes and Attendance List, September 26-November 14, 1943

34.9           Handwritten Meeting Minutes Including Attendance List and Election Vote Counts, November 1943-January 1944        

34.10         Handwritten Meeting Minutes Including Election Vote Count and Attendance, January-May 1944

34.11         Handwritten Meeting Minutes, 1945

34.12         Handwritten Meeting Minutes, August 11, 1946-March 16, 1947

34.13         Handwritten Meeting Minutes, April 11-August 8, 1948

34.14         Handwritten Meeting Minutes Including Attendance Lists, April 4-November 14, 1948

34.15         Handwritten Meeting Minutes and Attendance List, 1949-1952

34.16         Handwritten Meeting Minutes, July 11, 1954-January 30, 1955

34.17         Handwritten Meeting Minutes and Attendance List, Undated

34.18         Meeting Attendance Records, November 12, 1950-June 3, 1951, Including Election Results, June 1951

34.19         Correspondence, 1930s

34.20         Correspondence, 1940-1945

34.21         Correspondence, 1949

34.22         Correspondence, 1950

34.23         Correspondence, 1951-1953

34.24         Correspondence, 1954-1955

.5               Box 35 – Sociedad Mutualista Lazaro Cardenas de Ambos Sexos Correspondence, Financial Documents, Organization Documents, and Society-Related Personal Items

35.1           Documents Sent to Lazaro Cardenas by Sociedad Mutualista Miguel Hidalgo: Circular re. Election of Officers, December 7, 1954; Invitation to 75th Anniversary Event, January 4, 1955

35.2           Documents Sent to Lazaro Cardenas by Sociedad Hijos de Hidalgo: Invitation to 34th Anniversary Event, 1955; Handwritten List of Names, Undated

35.3           Correspondence from Other Organizations to Lazaro Cardenas re. Elections, 1943-1955

35.4           Correspondence, Undated

35.5           Empty Envelopes

35.6           Financial Breakdown of Income and Expense, February 1949-March 1952

35.7           Financial Documents: Incomplete Contract between Antonio Fuentes and Ignacio Ayala, Undated; List of Members and Contributions for “La Reyna”, Undated; List of Expenses for Anniversary Party, Undated

35.8           Lists of Names Entered in Raffle to Benefit Emergency Fund and Paid Status, Undated

35.9           Physician Receipts Paid by Lazaro Cardenas, 1952-1953

35.10         Physician Receipts Paid by Lazaro Cardenas, 1954-1956

35.11         Pharmacy Receipts Paid by Lazaro Cardenas, 1952-1953

35.12         Pharmacy Receipts Paid by Lazaro Cardenas, 1954-1956

35.13         Physician and Pharmacy Receipts Paid by Lazaro Cardenas, Undated

35.14         Lazaro Cardenas Receipts

35.15         Handwritten Financial Notes, 1950s

35.16         Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland Blank Bond Applications

35.17         Leaflets for Death Benefits, c. 1940

35.18         Envelope Containing: Membership Applications for Guadalupe Lopez and Balde Bazaldura, 1954; Election Results, February 28, 1954; Meeting Attendance Request, Undated; Invitación – Officer Installation, La Arboleda MM de Juarez, November 23, 1954; Handwritten Letters, 1954; Banner Receipt and Shipping Slip, September 14, 1954; Thank you Notes (Cards)

35.19         Envelope Containing: Thank You Cards to Lazaro Cardenas; Handwritten Correspondence with Election Circular, May 11, 1952; Handwritten Correspondence, October 18, 1954; Handwritten Meeting Excuse Note, Gregorio Garcia Association (Robstown TX), Undated

35.20         Original List of Members and Founders, c. 1930s (Extremely Fragile; Not to be Distributed)

35.21         Copies of Original List of Members and Founders, c. 1930s (35.20)

35.22         Complete Draft of Revised Constitution and Rules, 1942

35.23         Report by Commission re. Investigation of Alleged Activities within the Society, October 1949

35.24         Health Regulations and Admission Requests, Approved December 1936

35.25         Membership Applications: Eudelia Rodarte, January 11, 1947; Juan Moreno, December 29, 1946; Blank

35.26         Handwritten Affidavits for Membership Application, April 2, 1950

35.27         Credentials: Sr. Francisco, February 24, 1950; Eduardo Gonzalez, March 29, 1953; Maria Ranjel, January 24, 1954; Josefa Tellez, March 29, 1953

35.28         Document Drafts: Speech, Unknown Author and Date; Announcement Requesting Cooperation, April 24, 1949; Part of Speech re. Formation of Revision Committee, Undated

35.29         Partial Member List, Undated; Handwritten Program, Undated; Handwritten Officer Election Results, Undated

35.30   Membership Cards Containing Names, Addresses, and Dues Paid, 1947-1948: A-F

35.31         Membership Cards Containing Names, Addresses, and Dues Paid, 1947-1948: G-L

35.32         Membership Cards Containing Names, Addresses, and Dues Paid, 1947-1948: M-P

35.33         Membership Cards Containing Names, Addresses, and Dues Paid, 1947-1948: Q-Z

35.34         Invitations Extended to Lazaro Cardenas: American GI Forum 1st Formal Dance, February 11, 1950; Sociedad Benito Juarez 71st Anniversary Event, December 8, 1949; Club de la Victoria “Misa de Requiem”, May 11, 1958

35.35         Funeral Announcement of Maria Cadena, April 20, 1949

35.36         Handwritten Poem, Unknown Author and Undated; Prayer, Unknown Author, January 2, 1953; “Madre Madre Mia” in “El Foro del Pueblo”, December 2, 1949

35.37         Concert Program at North Side High School, May 8, Year Unlisted (c. 1950s)

35.38         Business Card of Manuel Peña de Tello; State Department Charter Approval Notification, August 2, 1955; Handwritten Note

35.39         Member Account Booklets: Felipe Garcia, 1953; Altagracia Peña, Undated, Ireneo Medina, Undated

35.40         Thank You Cards

35.41         Blank Letterhead

.5               Box 36 – Sociedad Mutualista Lazaro Cardenas de Ambos Sexos Society-Related Personal Items; Masonic Lodge Documents; Orden de Caballeros de Honor Books

36.1           Lazaro Cardenas Blank Membership Applications

36.2           Vote Tickets for Concurso de Simpatia: In Favor of Primitibo Lopez, Undated; Vote Stubs

36.3           Tickets for Tamale Sale, May 18, 1952

36.4           Bingo Tickets, December 12, 1954 and April 1, 1956

36.5           Bingo Tickets, Undated

36.6           Masonic Books – Liturgia, 1928 and 1935

36.7           Masonic Books – Liturgia, 1946 and Unknown Date (Partial)

36.8           Masonic Books – Informe, January 14-July 31, 1940; 1941; 1942; 1943; 1947; 1950

36.9           Masonic Handwritten Financial Ledger, 1953-1955

36.10         Masonic Blank Receipt Books for Death Benefits

36.11         Essay: “Geometría” Unknown Author and Undated

36.12         Masonic Blank Membership Applications, Undated

36.13         Masonic Documents: Ribbon for 27th Anniversary, May 21, 1961; Program for 7th Annual Feast, November 18, 1961; Empty Envelopes

36.14         Caballeros de Honor Book – Constitución y Estatutos, 1911

36.15         Caballeros de Honor Books – Reglamento and Liturgia, 1911

36.16         Caballeros de Honor Books – Informes, 1909 and 1913

.5               Box 37 – Orden de Caballeros de Honor Member Index; Assorted Organizations

37.1           Caballeros de Honor Handwritten Index of Members and Elections, 1905-1925

37.2           Alta Magica – Ritual Book, Undated (Extremely Fragile)

37.3           Confederación de Camaras de Trabajadores Mexicanos: Convocatoria, Bases, y Programa, July 30, 1938

37.4           Club de la Victoria: Program Including Active Members, May 11, 1958

37.5           Daughters of the American Revolution: Manual for Citizenship, 1942

37.6           Knights of Columbus: List of Names in Raffle, June 6, 1954

37.7           Liberty Life Insurance Society: Ritual Book, Undated

37.8           “LULAC News,” December 1931

37.9           Orden Hijos de America: Ritual Books, 1922 and 1927

37.10         Orden Hijos de America: Cheston Heath School Dedication Programs, September 13, 1925

37.11         Sociedad de Ambos Sexos Ignacio Zaragoza: Bases Fundamentales, April 10, 1927

37.12         Sociedad Beneficencia de Señoras y Señoritas: Reglamento Book, 1952

37.13         Sociedad Benito Juarez: Reglamento Book, 1948

37.14         Sociedad Mutualista de Ignacio Allende: Reglamento Book, 1923

37.15         Sociedad Mutualista de Ignacio Allende: Handwritten Reorganization of Constitution, December 11, 1932

37.16         Sociedad Mutualista Hijos de Hidalgo: Leyes y Estatutos Book, c. 1940s; Receipt of D. Rios, 1949; List of Members, Undated

37.17         Union Books: Hod Carriers Building and Common Laborers Union Membership Book, 1941-1942; Building and Construction Trades of the American Federation of Labor Constitution and Laws, 1940; United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Constitution and Laws, 1925

37.18         “Catalogue of Pan-American Union Publications”, 1951

37.19         “Nosotros: Revista Mensual de Caracter Mutualista” Vol. I No. 1, April 12, 1946

.5               Box 38 – La Prensa; Books

38.1           Book of Short Stories Published by La Prensa, 1932 (Fragile)

38.2           “Almanque Ilustrado de La Prensa”, 1928

38.3           La Prensa Ledger, Including Subscriber List and Expenses (Index Pg. 108), 1920s

38.4           Allinson, Dr. T.R. “Enfermedades de l Estomago” Helios, Año 14 No. 162, November 1929

38.5           Ayala, Abel, and Antonio Pons. Infancia, Libro Quinto. Mexico, D.F.: Compañía Nacional Editora “Aguilas” S.A., 1923 (Fragile)

38.6           Benzo, Eduardo. La Libertad de América. Madrid: Compañía Ibero-Americana de Publicaciones S.A., Year Unlisted

38.7           Casauranc, J.M. Puig. Paginas Viejas con Ideas Actuales. Mexico D.F.: Publisher Unlisted, 1925

38.8           Catena, J. Aguilar. “Requerdo de Luz” La Novela Mundial Año 2 No. 50, February 24, 1927

38.9           Caso, Antonio. “Dramma per Música: Beethoven, Wagner, Verdi, Debussey” Cultura Vol. XII No. 5, 1920 (Fragile)

.5               Box 39 – Books

39.1           Davalos, Marcelino. Del Bajio y Arribeñas. Mexico, D.F.: Oficina Impresora de Hacienda, 1917

39.2           De Icaza, Francisco A. Sucesos Reales que Parecen Imaginados. Madrid: Publisher Unlisted, 1919

39.3           De Pedro, Valentin. “El Hijo del Rey” La Novela Mundial Año 2 No. 69 July 7, 1928

39.4           Del Rey, Francisco Gomez. El Zar Negro: Plutarco Elias Calles, Dictador Bolchevique de Mexico. El Paso: Biblioteca “El Diario de El Paso”, 1928

39.5           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. El Arte de Vender. San Antonio: Biblioteca Ambición, 1929

39.6           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Como se Ahorra el Dinero. San Antonio: Biblioteca Ambición, 1925

39.7           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Como se Ahorra el Dinero. Mexico D.F.: Biblioteca Ambición, 1940; Typed Poem – “Otelo Ante Dios”, Undated

39.8           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Como se Triunfa en la Vida. Monterrey: Biblioteca Ambición, 1912; Leaflet: “De la Vida A la Vida”—J. Gonzalez

39.9           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Como se Triunfa en la Vida. San Antonio: Biblioteca Ambición, 1926

39.10         Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Como se Triunfa en la Vida. Mexico D.F.: Biblioteca Ambición, 1932

.5               Box 40 – Books

40.1           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. ¿Quieres Dinero? ¡Leé! Mexico D.F.: Biblioteca Obera, 1934

40.2           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Tú Eres un Emperador. San Antonio: Biblioteca Ambición, 1922

40.3           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Tu Mayor Enemigo. Mexico D.F.: Biblioteca Obera, 1934

40.4           Gonzalez, Prof. Juan T. Tus Diez Amigos. San Antonio: Biblioteca Obera, Year Unlisted

40.5           Hamilton, Arthur, Comp. Statistics: Fraternal Societies. 45th Edition. Rochester, NY: Fraternal Moniter, 1939

40.6           Ibanez, J. Ruiz. La Fruta Prohibida. San Antonio: Viola Novelty Co., c. 1920s

40.7           Le Rouge, Gustavo. “El Fin de un Bandido” Las Aventuras de Todd Marvel, Detective Multimillionario. Año 1 No. 5, November 27, 1925

40.8           Ledesma, Gabriel Fernandez. Calzado Mexicano: Cactlis y Huaraches. Mexico D.F.: Series de Arte, 1930

40.9           Moran, Francisco. Trazado de Plantillas para Trabajos en Lamina. Mexico D.F.: Departmento Editorial de la Secretaria de Educación, 1922

40.10         Ochoterena, Isaac. Lecciones de Biología. Mexico D.F.: Departmento Editorial de la Secretaria de Educación, 1922

40.11         Padilla, Ezequiel. La Educación del Pueblo. Mexico D.F.: Herrero Hermanos Sucesores, 1929

 

.5               Box 41 – Books

41.1           Pani, Alberto. Cuestiones Diversas. Mexico D.F.: Imprenta Nacional S.A., 1922

41.2           Quintera, Gregorio Torres. La Patri Mexicana Mexico D.F.: Herrero Hermanos Sucesores, 1920. (From Pasqual Rubio’s Personal Library – Fragile)

41.3           Quiroga, José, ed. Consejos a mi Hijo. San Antonio: Librería de Quiroga, c. 1920s

41.4           Quiroga, José, ed. El Rey Niño: Novel Historica de la Revolución Francesa. San Antonio: Librería de Quiroga, c. 1920s (Written by Paul and Victor Margueritte)

41.5           Quiroga, José, ed. Vida y Hazanas de Francisco Villa. San Antonio: Librería de Quiroga, 1921

41.6           Ritt, G. Nueva Aritmetica. Mexico D.F.: Librería de la Viuda de Ch. Bouret, 1909

41.7           Santibañez, Enrique. Principios de Instrucción Civica. Mexico D.F. and New York: Compañía Nacional Editora “Aguilas” S.A., 1924 (Fragile)

41.8           Torres, Teodoro, Jr. (Caricato). Como Perros y Gatos: O Las Aventuras de la Seña Democracia en Mexico. San Antonio: Casa Editorial Lozano, 1924

.5               Box 42 – Books

42.1           Torrenbo, J. Instituciones Sociales. Barcelona: Sucesores Manuel Soler, 1923

42.2           Toro, Alfonso. Historia de Mexico: La Dominación Española. Mexico D.F.: Sociedad de Edición y Librería Franco-Americana S.A., 1926 (Fragile)

42.3           Vasconcelos, Jose. Divagaciones Literarias. Mexico D.F.: Editorial America-Latina, 1922

42.4           Velasco, T. Conocimiento de la Naturaleza. Años 1 and 2. Mexico D.F.: Herrero Hermanos Sucesores, 1926.

42.5           Vila, Vargas. Ibis. Barcelona: Casa Editorial Sopena, c. 1910

42.6           Vila, Vargas. Nemesis. Mexico D.F.: Publisher Unlisted, 1923 (Fragile)

.5               Box 43 – Books

43.1           Viña, J. Manuel Corro. Andrew Almazan, la Reconstrucción de México y el Crimen del Vasconcelismo. Corpus Christi: Casa Editorial “El Puerto”, 1930 (2 Copies)

43.2           Viña, J. Manuel Corro. Andrew Almazan, la Reconstrucción de México y el Crimen del Vasconcelismo. Corpus Christi: Casa Editorial “El Puerto”, 1930 (1 Copy)

43.3           Escuela de Verano: Cursos para Estudiantes Mexicanos o Extranjeros, Quinto Año, 7 de Julio a 21 de Agosto, 1925. Universidad Nacional de México

43.4           Escuela de Verano: Cursos para Estudiantes Extranjeros, 10 Año, 7 de Julio a 17 de Agosto, 1930. Universidad Nacional de México

43.5           Homenaje al Ejercito Nacional. “Los Efectos del Alcoholismo en la Milicia Mundial”. Secretaria de Industria, Comercio, y Trabajo, 1931

43.6           La Educación Pública en México. Mexico D.F.: Secretaria de Educación Pública, 1922 (Fragile)

43.7           La Educación Pública en México a Traves de los Mensajes Presidenciales. Mexico D.F.: Publicaciones de la Secretaria de Educación Pública, 1926

43.8           Memoria que Indica el Estado que Guarda el Ramo de Educación Pública, el 31 de Agosto de 1930. Mexico D.F.: Secretaria de Educación Pública, 1930

.5               Box 44 – Books

44.1           Mexico: El País de la Riqueza. Mexico D.F.: Publisher Unlisted, 1925 (Fragile)

44.2           Mexico Today: A Synopsis of the Commercial, Economic, and Financial Situation. New York: Publisher Unlisted, 1919

44.3           Nota Enviada por el Gobierno Constitucionista al de la Casa Blanca. Mexico D.F.: Compañía Editoria Mexicana, 1916 (Fragile)

44.4           M’Culloch’s Geographical Dictionary Vol. II (I-Z). New York: Harper and Brothers, 1849, with Inscribed Portion of Book Jacket (Fragile)

44.5           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo I Vol. 1. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

.5               Box 45 – Books

45.1           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo I Vol. 2. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

45.2           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo II Vol. 1. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

45.3           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo II Vol. 2. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

.5               Box 46 – Books

46.1           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo III Vol. 1. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

46.2           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo III Vol. 2. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

46.3           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo IV Vol. 1. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

.5               Box 47 – Books

47.1           Lopez, Gustavo, ed. Mexico a Traves de los Siglos. Tomo IV Vol. 2. Mexico D.F.: D. Vicente Riva Palacio, 1940

47.2           Babío, Francisco Díaz. Actividades de Pascual Ortiz Rubio. Mexico D.F.: Imprenta Aguilar, 1929 (Signed by Pascual Rubio)

47.3           Rubio, Pascual Ortiz. Discursos Politicos. Mexico D.F.: Imprenta Aguilar, 1929 (Signed by Pascual Rubio)

.5               Box 48 – Books, Periodicals, and College Catalogs

48.1           Rubio, Pascual Ortiz. La Revolución de 1910. Mexico D.F.: Imprenta Aguilar, 1919 (Signed by Pascual Rubio)

48.2           Rubio, Pascual Ortiz. Tribuna Revolucionaria, 1929. Mexico D.F.: Imprenta Aguilar, 1930 (Signed by Pascual Rubio)

48.3           Photocopies of “‘La Calavera’ Revista Epitafial de las Necrópolis de ‘LA RAZA’” Corpus Christi, November 2, 1930.

48.4           Original “‘La Calavera’ Revista Epitafial de las Necrópolis de ‘LA RAZA’” Corpus Christi, November 2, 1930 (Fragile)

48.5           “America-Latina”: Vol. II No. 19 (December 15, 1916); Vol. III No. 24 (December 15, 1917); Cover Page, Vol. II No. 19 (December 15, 1916); pp. 3 and 4 ((December 15, 1915);

48.6           American Voter: Presidential Election Edition, 1968

48.7           James H. Birch, Fabricante. “Catálogo Compendido de los Celebrados Carruajes y Arneses de Birch” No. 65, c. 1910

48.8           Braslau Furniture Co. – “The Braslau Story”, c. late 1950s

48.9           Congressional Record of the 69th United States Congress, March 16, 1925

48.10         Corpus Christi Publications: “Homes and Land of Corpus Christi” Vol. I No. 16, September 25, 1978

48.11         “Farm Journal: The Magazine of American Agriculture”, March 1967

48.12         Hagenbeck-Wallace and 4Paw-Sells Bros. Circus Magazine and Daily Review, 1935

48.13         1960 Readers Digest Excerpts: Jean George, “There’s Always a Right Time to Grow”, pp. 126-130; Scott Seegers, “He Rescued his Country from Chaos”, pp. 131-136; John G. Hubbell, “The Navy’s Amazing Problem Solvers”, pp. 137-140 (incomplete); Ira Wolfert, “Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom”, pp. 144-152; Mobilgas Advertisement, pp. 157-160; Don Murray, “David Morse and his Global Skill Building Program”, pp. 161-166; Hamilton Watch Advertisement

48.14         Spanish Magazine: “Selfa” – Sociedad de Edición y Librería Franco-Americana S.A. Vol. I No. 4, December 1930

48.15         Time Magazine, April 16, 1979 – “Islam: The Militant Revival”

48.16         Corpus Christi Junior College Annual Catalogues, 1938-1939 and 1939-1940

.5               Box 49 – College Catalogs, Newspaper Clippings, and Photographs 50-1—50-52

49.1           Sul Ross State Teachers College Annual Catalog, 1937-1938

49.2           Texas College of Arts and Industries Annual Catalog, 1932-1933

49.3           Texas State College for Women College Bulletin No. 150 (March 15, 1939)

49.4           Newspaper Clippings, 1920s

49.5           Newspaper Clippings, 1940s

49.6           Newspaper Clippings, 1950s

49.7           Enlarged Photocopy of Feb 16, 1966 Newspaper Clipping of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade, 1930

49.8           Newspaper Clippings, 1960s

49.9           Newspaper Clippings, 1970s

49.10         Newspaper Clippings, Undated

49.11         Advertisement Clippings, Undated

49.12         Empty Envelopes for Photographs and Negatives

                  Photographs

50-1           Original Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Posing with his Camera, c. 1915

50-1C        Reproduced Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Posing with his Camera, c. 1915

50-1C2      Reproduced Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Posing with his Camera, c. 1915

50-1C3      Reproduced Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Posing with his Camera, c. 1915

50-1C4      Large Reproduced Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Posing with his Camera, c. 1915

50-2           Immigration Photograph of Antonio Fuentes upon Arrival to Corpus Christi from Montemorelos via Monterrey and Laredo, aged 16 years old, 1911

50-3           Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Lounging in Open Grassy Area, Laredo, 1912

50-4           Antonio Fuentes (Standing at Left) with Unidentified Man in front of a Palm Tree, Corpus Christi, c. 1915

50-5           Photograph of Antonio Fuentes wearing a Suit Posing next to a Rosebush outside a Home with Livestock Pens in the Background, c. 1915

50-6           Antonio Fuentes wearing a Suit outside a House on Howard St., Corpus Christi, c. 1920

50-7           Original Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Sitting on Wooden Pedestal with Open Field in the Background, c. 1020

50-7C        Reproduced Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Sitting on Wooden Pedestal with Open Field in the Background, c. 1020

50-7C2      Large Reproduced Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Sitting on Wooden Pedestal with Open Field in the Background, c. 1020

50-7C3      Large Reproduced Photograph of Antonio Fuentes Sitting on Wooden Pedestal with Open Field in the Background, c. 1020

50-8           Portrait of Antonio Fuentes, c. 1920

50-9           Woodmen of the World Portrait of Antonio Fuentes, c. 1920-1925

50-10         Antonio Fuentes with Unidentified Woman Standing in front of Building, possibly Convention Hall, April 1, 1947

50-11         Antonio Fuentes Standing in Yard with Palm Trees in Background, Corpus Christi, c. 1940s

50-12         Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of his Watch Repair Shop, Corpus Christi, c. 1940s

50-13         Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of Palm Tree, c. 1940s

50-13D      Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of Palm Tree, c. 1940s

50-14         Print Photograph of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes with their Four Children Posing on their Front Porch, c. 1930

50-14C      Enlarged Print Photograph of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes with their Four Children Posing on their Front Porch, c. 1930

50-14C2    Enlarged Print Photograph of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes with their Four Children Posing on their Front Porch, c. 1930

50-14C3    Enlarged Print Photograph of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes with their Four Children Posing on their Front Porch, c. 1930

50-14C4    Enlarged Print Photograph of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes with their Four Children Posing on their Front Porch, c. 1930

50-15         Josefina Fuentes Posing outside Holding Antonio Fuentes Jr., c. 1926-1927

50-16         Portrait of F. Franco, Principle Organizer of Alianza Hispano-Americana in Corpus Christi, October 1930

50-17         Portrait of Dr. J.M de la Garza of Corpus Christi, Year Unknown

50-18         Portrait of Sr. Manuel Lazarro, Year Unknown

50-19         Portrait, Possibly of Early Mexican Flyer who came to Corpus Christi with Consul, c. 1920s-1930s

50-20         Portrait of Unidentified Hispanic Man, Year Unknown

50-21         Unidentified Corpus Christi Man Seated on Ship Railing, c. 1920s-1930s

50-22         Unidentified Man Posing in front of Palm Tree, c. 1920s-1930s

50-23         Large Portrait of Unidentified Hispanic Man, Year Unknown

50-24         Original Bridal Portrait of Maria Marta Barrera, with Note to Antonio and Josefina Fuentes of Reverse Side, October 11, 1925

50-24C      Reproduced Bridal Portrait of Maria Marta Barrera, October 11, 1925

50-25         Portrait of Juana Suarez, c. 1920s

50-26         Portrait of Sra. Aurora H. de Garcia Wearing Fur Coat, Damas de Honor No. 1 Member, c. 1920s

50-27         Wallet-Sized School Portrait of Unidentified Girl, Included in Correspondence (Photocopy) from Ernestina Chávez to Rubén Fuentes, August 3, 1938

50-28         Wallet-Sized School Portrait of Elisa Garcia (To Carmen Fuentes), Included in Correspondence (Photocopy) from Ernestina Chávez to Rubén Fuentes, August 3, 1938

50-29         Portrait (Possibly School) of “Tencha”, given to Nena Fuentes, Weslaco TX, March 20, 1942 (In Cardboard Folding Frame)

50-30         Wallet-Sized Portrait of Unidentified Woman, c. 1930s

50-31         Unidentified Woman in Formal Gown Posing Seated on a Table, c. 1940s

50-32         Portrait of Unidentified Woman, c. 1940s

50-33         Cardboard-Backed Original Photograph of Herlinda Barerra in Traditional Mexican Dress and Holding Staffed Mexican Flag, Concierto Mexicano, c. 1930s

50-33C      Reproduced Photograph of Herlinda Barerra in Traditional Mexican Dress and Holding Staffed Mexican Flag, Concierto Mexicano, c. 1930s

50-33C2    Reproduced Photograph of Herlinda Barerra in Traditional Mexican Dress and Holding Staffed Mexican Flag, Concierto Mexicano, c. 1930s

50-33C3    Reproduced Photograph of Herlinda Barerra in Traditional Mexican Dress and Holding Staffed Mexican Flag, Concierto Mexicano, c. 1930s

50-33C4    Reproduced Photograph of Herlinda Barerra in Traditional Mexican Dress and Holding Staffed Mexican Flag, Concierto Mexicano, c. 1930s

50-34         Group Posing on and around Automobile, c. 1915 (Antonio Fuentes Standing in the Foreground Wearing a Hat)

50-35         Two Unidentified Men with Two Unidentified Women in Formal Attire Standing at the Edge of a River or Creek, c. 1910

50-36         Antonio Fuentes (Second from Left) with Four Unidentified Men, all Dressed in White Suits and Hats, c. 1915

50-37         Two Unidentified Women Formally Attired Posing Outside, c. 1920

50-38         Two Unidentified Men, One in Shirt and Tie, the other in Shirtsleeves Standing in front of Automobile, c. 1915 (Taken by Antonio Fuentes)

50-39         Three Women, Formally Attired, Sitting On or Near a Steamer Trunk in a Crowded Marketplace, c. 1915

50-40         Group of Men and Women Standing on the Dock beside the Moored and Crowded Japonica, c. 1920s

50-41         Unfocused Photograph of Three Men belonging to an Unidentified Organization Standing Outside, c. 1940s

50-42         Kitchen Staff of Unknown Hotel (Possibly the Plaza Hotel or the Nixon Hotel) in Uniform, Posing Outside of Building, c. 1930s (Josefina Fuentes Standing Back Row, Second from Right)

50-43         Kitchen Staff of Unknown Hotel (Possibly the Plaza Hotel or the Nixon Hotel) in Uniform, Posing Outside of Building, c. 1930s (Josefina Fuentes Standing Fifth from Right)

50-43D      Kitchen Staff of Unknown Hotel (Possibly the Plaza Hotel or the Nixon Hotel) in Uniform, Posing Outside of Building, c. 1930s (Josefina Fuentes Standing Fifth from Right)

50-44         Antonio Fuentes (At Left), Unidentified Man (At Center), and Ernesto Barrera (At Right) Posing in front of a Pickup, c. 1940s

50-45         Original Photograph of Large Group Posing in front of House on Black Street (Now Staples Street), October 19, c. 1921-1922. Maria Roque Martinez Barrera: White Dress in Foreground in Front of Second Pillar from Right; Jose Maria Barrera: Man with Mustache Immediately Right of Maria Barrera; Andres de Luna: Man in Black Suit with White Tie Immediately behind and to the Right of Jose Barrera; Santiago de Luna: Man in Grey Suit with Striped Tie with Hat in Hand Standing in Foreground; Ernesto Martinez Barrera (Possibly): Standing Behind Bush, Farthest Right of Photograph.

50-45C      Reproduced Photograph of Large Group Posing in front of House on Black Street (Now Staples Street), October 19, c. 1921-1922. Maria Roque Martinez Barrera: White Dress in Foreground in Front of Second Pillar from Right; Jose Maria Barrera: Man with Mustache Immediately Right of Maria Barrera; Andres de Luna: Man in Black Suit with White Tie Immediately behind and to the Right of Jose Barrera; Santiago de Luna: Man in Grey Suit with Striped Tie with Hat in Hand Standing in Foreground; Ernesto Martinez Barrera (Possibly): Standing Behind Bush, Farthest Right of Photograph.

50-46         Group of Individuals, Possibly Local Actors in a Play, Posing Outside, c. 1920s. Luis Milmot: Standing At Left holding Sword; Herlinda Barrera: Seated At Center with Tilted Head.

50-47         Local Gomez Pharmacy-Sponsored Baseball Team Posing Outside Gomez Pharmacy, July 19, 1947. Front Row, Right to Left: Antonio Fuentes Jr., Unidentified Player, Dr. Rudolfo Barrera, Pompa, Unidentified Player, Unidentified Player, Gomez (Son of Pharmacy Owner); Back Row, Right to Left: Wilmot, Unidentified Player, Unidentified Player, Sr. Gomez (Owner of Pharmacy and Team Sponsor), Unidentified Player, Unidentified Player, Unidentified Player.

50-48         Print Photograph of Women in Classroom (Possibly English), Posing at their Desks, with Teacher Standing, c. 1950s

50-49         Print Photograph of Women in Classroom (Possibly English), Receiving Instruction from Teacher, c. 1950s

50-50         Local Fair Carnival, with Various Amusement Rides, c. 1929

50-51         Banners of Local Fair Carnival Sideshow Attractions, c. 1929

50-52         Landscape Photograph of Property Belonging to Antonio Fuentes, Montemorelos, Year Unknown

.5               Box 50 – Photographs 50-53—50-167

50-53         Unfocused Photograph of Pigeons in an Enclosed Habitat, Ben Garza Park Zoo, Corpus Christi, Early 1940s

50-54         Unfocused Photograph of a Seal in an Enclosed Water Habitat, with Enclosures in the Background, Ben Garza Park Zoo, Corpus Christi, Early 1940s

50-55         Unfocused Photograph of a Squirrel in an Enclosed Habitat, Ben Garza Park Zoo, Corpus Christi, Early 1940s

50-56         Whitetail Doe with Fawn in an Enclosed Habitat, Ben Garza Park Zoo, Corpus Christi, Early 1940s

50-57         Lioness in an Enclosed Habitat, Ben Garza Ben Park Zoo, Corpus Christi, Early 1940s

50-58         Seal in an Enclosed Water Habitat, Ben Garza Park Zoo, Corpus Christi, Early 1940s

50-59         Ben Garza Park Dam with Sign, Corpus Christi, Undated

50-60         View of Mt. Vesuvius from the Sea, c. 1960s

50-61         Residence of José González, Comanche St, Corpus Christi, c. 1940s

50-62         Photocopy of Unidentified Organizational Meeting at Local Restaurant, Corpus Christi, September 1930 (Antonio Fuentes Seated in Foreground at Left with his Back to the Camera) (Original in Box 50)

50-63         Meeting for Unidentified Organization, c. 1960s (Antonio Fuentes Second from Right in Dark Suit)

50-64         Meeting for Unidentified Organization; Antonio Fuentes (Beginning to Stand in Dark Suit at Right) Being Honored, c. 1960s

50-65         Attendants of Meeting for Unidentified Organization Posing behind Officers’ Table, c. 1960s (Antonio Fuentes Seated in Dark Suit at Right)

50-66         Alianza Hispano-Americana Parade Procession Approaching Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-67         Alianza Hispano-Americana Parade Procession Approaching Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-68         Alianza Hispano-Americana Marching Band in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-69         Alianza Hispano-Americana Men (Possibly Delegates) in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-70         Alianza Hispano-Americana Men (Possibly Delegates) in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-71         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-72         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-73         Alianza Hispano-Americana Mariachi Band and Lodge Representatives in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-74         Alianza Hispano-Americana Men (Possibly Delegates) in Parade Procession in Downtown Plaza, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-75         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Procession in Downtown Plaza, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-76         Alianza Hispano-Americana Honor Guard in Parade Procession Marching down Unidentified Street, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-77         Alianza Hispano-Americana Uniformed Officials in Parade Procession Marching down Unidentified Street, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-78         Double Exposure of Alianza Hispano-Americana Parade Procession Marching down Unidentified Street, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-79         Unfocused Photograph of Alianza Hispano-Americana Parade Procession Marching down Unidentified Street, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-80         Alianza Hispano-Americana Parade Procession in front of St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-81         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Procession in front of St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-82         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Turning Corner in front of St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-83         Unfocused Photograph of Alianza Hispano-Americana Parade Processional in front of St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-84         Alianza Hispano-Americana Men (Possibly Delegates) in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-85         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-86         Alianza Hispano-Americana Mariachi Band and Lodge Representatives in Parade Procession Passing Closson Storage, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-87         Alianza Hispano-Americana Men (Possibly Delegates) in Parade Procession in Downtown Plaza, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-88         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Procession in Downtown Plaza, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-89         Alianza Hispano-Americana Women in Parade Procession in front of St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-90         Alianza Hispano-Americana Men in Parade Procession in front of St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-91         Alianza Hispano-Americana Parade Crowd Standing in front of St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-92         Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of Alianza Hispano-Americana Office, Tucson, c. 1940s

50-93         Josefina Fuentes Standing in front of Alianza Hispano-Americana Office, Tucson, c. 1940s

50-94         Two Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Delegates Posing in front of Service Station, Tucson, c. 1940s

50-94D      Two Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Delegates Posing in front of Service Station, Tucson, c. 1940s

50-95         Two Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Delegates Posing in front of Service Station, Tucson, c. 1940s

50-96         Five Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Delegates Posing in front of Service Station, Tucson, c. 1940s

50-97         Antonio Fuentes (at Far Left) with Other Delegates Posing beside Road, Outside Tucson, c. 1940s

50-98         Antonio Fuentes (Standing at Far Left), Josefina Fuentes (Seated), and Three Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Members Posing on Rock Outcropping, Outside Tucson, c. 1940s

50-99         Antonio Fuentes (Standing at Far Left), Josefina Fuentes (Seated), and Three Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Members Posing on Rock Outcropping, Outside Tucson, c. 1940s

50-100       Antonio Fuentes (Standing at Far Left), Josefina Fuentes (Seated), and Three Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Members Posing on Rock Outcropping, Outside Tucson, c. 1940s

50-101       Josefina Fuentes (Standing, Second from Left) and Other Alianza Hispano-Americana Members Posing at Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s

50-102       Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Members Posing at Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s

50-103       Elevated View of Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s

50-104       Enclosed Water Habitat with Artificial Island at Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s

50-105       Waterway and Rock Wall of Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s

50-106       Flamingo Habitat of Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s

50-107       North American Black Bear Habitat at Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s

50-108       Anheuser Busch Clydesdale Team and Wagon, Downtown Phoenix, c. 1950

50-109       Street View of Hotel Adams Entrance, Downtown Phoenix, c. 1950

50-110       Antonio Fuentes Standing in Citrus Orchard, Outside Phoenix, c. 1950

50-111       Alianza Hispano-Americana Members Congregating Outside, Phoenix, c. 1950

50-112       Attendants of the Alianza Hispano-Americana National Convention, Santa Fe, c. 1940s

50-113       Alianza Hispano-Americana National Convention Dinner, Tucson, 1944 (Antonio Fuentes Seated against Wall at Left under Window Wearing Black Suit)

50-114       Several Delegates to Alianza Hispano-Americana National Convention, Tucson, 1944

50-115       Alianza Hispano-Americana National Convention Delegate Meeting, Tucson, 1944 (Antonio Fuentes Seated Top Center behind Man at Desk in Grey Shirt Holding a Pencil)

50-116       Alianza Hispano-Americana Logia Ignacio M. Altamirano No. 14, San Antonio, c. 1944 (Antonio Fuentes Seated Second from Right)

50-117       Alianza Hispano-Americana Meeting, c. 1940s (Antonio Fuentes Wearing Black Jacket Seated Second at Left from Standing Official)

50-118       Attendants of Alianza Hispano-Americana Regional Convention, San Antonio, c. 1950 (Antonio Fuentes Standing Third from Right)

50-119       Attendants of Alianza Hispano-Americana Regional Convention, New Braunfels TX, July 1958 (Antonio Fuentes Seated in Front Row Third from Left)

50-120       Antonio Fuentes Standing beside the Monument for the Woodmen of the World War Memorial Hospital, San Antonio, c. 1920s

50-121       Unidentified Man Standing beside the Monument for the Woodmen of the World War Memorial Hospital, San Antonio, c. 1920s

50-122       Cardboard Framed Photograph of Woodmen of the World Honor Guard Posing Outside in Uniform, c. 1920 (From Left: Sargento J. Rodriguez, B. Martinez, J. Cisneros, Unidentified, Sargento E. Martinez, B. Martinez, J. Ochoa, Capitán E. Meza)

50-123       Unidentified Member of Woodmen of the World Honor Guard in Uniform, c. 1920

50-124       Cardboard Framed Photograph of Woodmen of the World Camp No. 2126 (Corpus Christi) Sovereigns with National Officers Posing on Dock in front of Vessel, Corpus Christi, c. 1923 (From Left: Lozano, Hull, Sovereign Commander W.A. Fraser, Barrera, Sovereign Clerk John T. Yates, Garza, De Luna, Antonio Fuentes)

50-125       Woodmen of the World Camp No. 2194 (Alice) Sovereigns with National Officers Posing on Dock in front of Vessel, Corpus Christi, c. 1923 (From Left: Reyna, Salaza, Vela, Sovereign Commander W.A. Fraser, Sovereign Clerk John T. Yates, Trevino, and Barrera)

50-126       Woodmen of the World Sovereigns Standing on Dock, Corpus Christi, c. 1923 (Lopez—: Standing in Foreground Immediately Left of Man Holding Front of his Hat; Vela—Robstown: Standing in Foreground Immediately Right of Man holding Front of his Hat)

50-127       Unfocused Photograph of Woodmen of the World Sovereigns Walking down Pier, Corpus Christi, c. 1923 (Sovereign Commander W.A. Fraser: At Center Carrying Coat; Lozano—Corpus Christi: Walking Abreast and at Right of Commander Fraser)

50-128       Woodmen of the World Camp No. 2126 Sovereigns Posing with Hats in Hand, c. 1920s (Lozano Standing First at Right)

50-129       Group of Woodmen of the World Members Walking down Unidentified Street, c. 1920s (Barrera Walking at Far Left)

50-130       Woodmen of the World Camp No. 2126 (Corpus Christi) Parade Float with Honor Guard, Corpus Christi, c. 1920

50-130D    Woodmen of the World Camp No. 2126 (Corpus Christi) Parade Float with Honor Guard, Corpus Christi, c. 1920

50-130C    Reversed Reproduced Photograph of Woodmen of the World Camp No. 2126 (Corpus Christi) Parade Float with Honor Guard, Corpus Christi, c. 1920

50-131       Woodmen of the World Camp No. 2126 (Corpus Christi) Parade Float with Honor Guard Advancing Down Unidentified Street, Corpus Christi, c. 1920

50-132       W.C. Camp Grove Parade Float Advancing Down Unidentified Street, c. 1920

50-132D    W.C. Camp Grove Parade Float Advancing Down Unidentified Street, c. 1920

50-133       “Carmelita” at Woodmen of the World Parade, Abilene, April 16, 1937

50-134       Women in Western Attire in Woodmen of the World Parade, Abilene, April 16, 1937

50-135       Marching Band in Western Attire in Woodmen of the World Parade, Abilene, April 16, 1937

50-136       Unidentified Woman Standing beside Convention Headquarters Sign, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-137       Two Unidentified Woodmen of the World Women Posing with American Flag, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-138       Four Unidentified Woodmen of the World Women, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-139       Four Unidentified Woodmen of the World Women Posing in front of Car, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-140       Two Unidentified Woodmen of the World Delegates, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-141       Unidentified Woodmen of the World Woman, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-142       Six Unidentified Woodmen of the World Delegates Posing with WOW Sign, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-143       Antonio Fuentes Standing on Roadside, Possibly Austin, 1947

50-144       Woodmen of the World Members Posing in Park, c. 1960s

50-145       Attendants of Woodmen of the World Conference Posing in front of Captain Clark’s Showboat Paddle Steamer, Corpus Christi, 1968

50-146       Woodmen of the World Sovereigns in Official Dress at Conference, Corpus Christi, 1968 (Antonio Fuentes Seated Second from Right)

50-146D    Enlarged Photograph of Woodmen of the World Sovereigns in Official Dress at Conference, Corpus Christi, 1968 (Antonio Fuentes Cropped out of Photo)

50-146D2  Enlarged Photograph of Woodmen of the World Sovereigns in Official Dress at Conference, Corpus Christi, 1968 (Antonio Fuentes Cropped out of Photo)

50-147       Attendants of Woodmen of the World Conference in Meeting Hall, Corpus Christi, 1968

50-148       Members Eating at Woodmen of the World Convention Dinner, c. 1970

50-149       Members in Buffet Line at Woodmen of the World Convention Dinner, c. 1970

50-150       Delegates Posing at Woodmen of the World Convention Dinner, c. 1970

50-151       Members Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, c. 1970

50-152       Members Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, c. 1970

50-153       Members Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, c. 1970

50-154       Members Posing with Food at Woodmen of the World Picnic, c. 1970

50-155       Woodmen of the World Members Posing outside Convention Hall, 1968

50-156       Woodmen of the World Members Posing outside Convention Hall, 1968

50-157       Woodmen of the World Members Posing outside Convention Hall, 1968 (Ed Martinez, Treasurer, at Far Right

50-158       Women Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-159       Sovereign (Name Unknown) in Official Dress Seated at Officer’s Table, Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-160       Three Unidentified Men at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-161       Members and Children Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-162       Members Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-163       Members Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-164       Members Seated at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-165       Three Unidentified Men at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-166       Three Unidentified Women at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

50-167       Member and Unidentified Sovereign in Official Dress at Woodmen of the World Convention, 1968

.5               Box 51 – Photographs 50-168—50-197 and Negatives

50-168       Antonio Fuentes (At Right) with Sovereign Ernesto G. Villareal of San Antonio Holding a Gift in Honor of Fuentes’ 50th Anniversary with the Woodmen of the World, 1968

50-169       Original Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken at an Angle, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-170       Reproduced Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken at an Angle, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-171       Print Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken Straight Ahead, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-171C    Print Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken Straight Ahead, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-171C2  Print Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken Straight Ahead, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-171C3  Print Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken Straight Ahead, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-171C4  Print Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken Straight Ahead, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-171C5  Print Photograph of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken Straight Ahead, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s

50-172       Founding Members of Taller Morelos No. 1 Chapter of Oberos y Obreras Posing with Chapter Banner, c. 1920s

50-173       Members of Taller Morelos No. 1 Chapter of Oberos y Obreras Posing with Chapter Banner, c. 1920s (Antonio Fuentes Seated Second from Right)

50-174       Officers of Camara Leona Vicario No. 1 of Obreros y Obreras, c. 1920s (Seated, Left to Right: Secretary Anita Casarez, President Roque M. Barrera, “Maestra de Instrucción” Petra La Rue; Standing Left to Right: “Pta. de Hacienda Trinidad Villareal, 1st Guard Maria de Jesús de Villareal, 2nd Guard Martina Reyes.)

50-175       Original Photograph of Honor Guard Leading Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade East down Lipan Street, Corpus Christi, 1930

50-175C    Reproduced Photograph of Honor Guard Leading Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade East down Lipan Street, Corpus Christi, 1930

50-176       Original Photograph of Women Marching in Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade, Corpus Christi, 1930

50-176C    Reproduced Photograph of Women Marching in Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade, Corpus Christi, 1930

50-177       Original Photograph of Honor Guard of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade Posing beside Unidentified Building, Corpus Christi, 1930 (Josefina Fuentes in Foreground Kneeling Second from Right)

50-177D    Original Photograph of Honor Guard of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade Posing beside Unidentified Building, Corpus Christi, 1930 (Josefina Fuentes in Foreground Kneeling Second from Right)

50-177C    Reproduced Photograph of Honor Guard of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade Posing beside Unidentified Building, Corpus Christi, 1930 (Josefina Fuentes in Foreground Kneeling Second from Right)

50-178       Original Photograph of Women in Honor Guard of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade Posing in front of Unidentified Building, Corpus Christi, 1930 (Josefina Fuentes Standing Partly out of Photograph at Right)

50-178C    Reproduced Photograph of Women in Honor Guard of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade Posing in front of Unidentified Building, Corpus Christi, 1930 (Josefina Fuentes Standing Partly out of Photograph at Right)

50-179       Original Photograph of Honor Guard of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade Posing beside Unidentified Building, Corpus Christi, 1930 (Josefina Fuentes in Foreground Kneeling Second from Right)

50-180       Slightly Unfocused Photograph of Honor Guard of Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade Posing beside Unidentified Building, Corpus Christi, 1930 (Josefina Fuentes in Foreground Kneeling Second from Right)

50-181       Women Marching in Obreros y Obreras 14th Anniversary Parade, Corpus Christi, 1930

50-182       Original Photograph of Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Left Side, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-182C    Reproduced Photograph of Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Left Side, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-183       Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Right Side, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-184       Original Photograph of Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Front, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-185       Duplicate Photograph of Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Front, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-185C    Reproduced Photograph of Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Front, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-186       Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Front, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-187       Slightly Unfocused photograph of Colonia Mexicana Parade Float, View of Front, Downtown Corpus Christi, c. 1930

50-188       Members of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Seated at Center Left of Child with Closed Eyes)

50-188D    Duplicate Photograph of Members of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Seated at Center Left of Child with Closed Eyes)

50-189       Original Photograph of Members of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Seated Second from Left; Luis Wilmot Seated Third from Left)

50-189D    Duplicate Photograph of Members of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Seated Second from Left; Luis Wilmot Seated Third from Left)

50-189C    Reproduced Photograph of Members of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Seated Second from Left; Luis Wilmot Seated Third from Left)

50-190       Members of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia posing on Flat Bed Truck, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Seated at Far Left)

50-191       Members of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Seated Second at Far Right)

50-192       Men of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915

50-193       Women of Early Corpus Christi Club “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia, Corpus Christi, c. 1915 (Josefina Barrera “Fuentes” Third from Left)

50-194       Picture Postcard of the William Alexander Fraser Chapel, San Antonio

50-195       Picture Postcard of the Transit Tower Building and San Antonio River, San Antonio

50-196       Picture Postcard of Mission San Juan de Capistrano (Built 1718), San Antonio

50-197       Picture Postcard of the Scene “Where Sunshine and Shadows Meet” on the San Antonio River, San Antonio

Negatives

50-198       Original Negative for Photograph 50-14 (and subsequent copies)

50-199       Original Negative for Photograph 50-60

50-200       Original Negative for Photograph 50-92

50-201       Original Negative for Photograph 50-93

50-202       Original Negative for Photograph 50-94

50-203       Original Negative for Photograph 50-96

50-204       Original Negative for Photograph 50-97

50-205       Original Negative for Photograph 50-100

50-206       Original Negative for Photograph 50-101

50-207       Original Negative for Photograph 50-102

50-208       Original Negative for Photograph 50-103

50-209       Original Negative for Photograph 50-104

50-210       Original Negative for Photograph 50-105

50-211       Original Negative for Photograph 50-106

50-212       Original Negative for Photograph 50-107

50-213       Original Negative for Photograph 50-108

50-214       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Street View of Unidentified Cathedral, Possibly Phoenix, c. 1940 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-109

50-215       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Antonio Fuentes Standing in Street with Unidentified Landmark in the background, c. 1950 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-110

50-216       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Street View of Grauman’s Chinese Theater, c. 1950 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-111

50-217       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Two unidentified Women Standing in front of Convention Headquarters Entrance, Possibly Austin, 1947 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-136

50-218       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Antonio Fuentes Posing with Three Unidentified Women at Convention Headquarters, Possibly Austin, 1947 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-137

50-219       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Antonio Fuentes with Unidentified Woman in front of Convention headquarters Entrance, Possibly Austin, 1947 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-138

50-220       Original Negative for 50-139

50-221       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Antonio Fuentes Standing in Open Area, Possibly Austin, 1947 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-140

50-222       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Unidentified Woman Standing in front of Convention Headquarters Sign, Possibly Austin, 1947 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-141

50-223       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos:  Six Unidentified Delegates at Convention Headquarters, Possibly Austin, 1947 (In Negative Form Only); Original Negative for Photograph 50-142

50-224       Original Negative for Photograph 50-144

50-225       Original Negative for Photograph 50-154

50-226       Original Negative for Photograph 50-169

50-227       Original Negative for Photograph 50-171

50-228       Original Negative for Photograph 50-175

50-229       Original Negative for Photograph 50-176

50-230       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-1

50-231       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-1

50-232       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-1

50-233       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-7

50-234       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-24

50-235       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-33

50-236       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-45

50-237       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-48

50-238       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-49

50-239       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-130

50-240       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-169

50-241       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-171

50-242       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-175

50-243       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-276

50-244       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-177

50-245       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-178

50-246       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-182

50-247       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-184

50-248       Reproduced Negative for Photograph 50-188

50-249       Original Negative of Josefina Fuentes Seated on Front Porch of Fuentes Family Home, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-250       Original Negative of Unidentified Woman (Possibly Josefina Fuentes) Holding Child (Possibly One of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes’ Children) Standing in front of Automobile, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-251       Original Negative of Unidentified Woman (Possibly Josefina Fuentes) Holding Child (Possibly One of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes’ Children) Standing in front of Fuentes Family Home, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-252       Original Negative of Two Unidentified Women with the Fuentes Children at a Streetside Table, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-253       Original Negative of Unidentified Child (Possibly One of Antonio and Josefina Fuentes’ Children) Standing in front of Oleander Plants, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-254       Original Negative of Seated Child Holding a Rooster, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-255       Original Negative of Seated Child on a Blanket in a Front Lawn, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-256       Original Negative of Child with Baby Doll in Grassy Area, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-257       Original Negative of Unidentified Woman in Formal Attire, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-258       Original Negative of Unidentified Woman in Formal Attire, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-259       Original Negative of a Double Exposure: Man Leaning on Front of Pickup, c. 1920s; Men Standing on Pier, c. 1920s (In Negative Form Only)

50-260       Original Negative of Two Unidentified Men in Formal Attire Standing in front of Palm Tree, c. 1920s (In Negative Form Only)

50-261       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Unidentified Man Standing on Street Corner, c. 1940s; Unidentified Woman Standing on Street Corner, c. 1940s (Both In Negative Form Only)

50-262       Original Negative of Mount Vesuvius View from the Sea, c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-263       Original Negative of Douglas A-1 Skyraider on Carrier Landing Approach, c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-264       Original Negative of Douglas A-1 Skyraider on Carrier Landing Approach, c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-265       Original Negative of Douglas A-1 Skyraider on Carrier Landing Approach, c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-266       Original Negative of Lockheed T2V SeaStar Trainer Aircraft on Carrier Landing Approach, c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-267       Original Negative of Lockheed T2V SeaStar Trainer Aircraft on Carrier Landing Approach, c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-268       Original Negative of Unidentified Port (Possibly Naval Installation), c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-269       Original Negative of Men (Possibly Military) Working outside of Quonset Huts, c. 1960s (In Negative Form Only)

50-270       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Sitting on Railing at Griffith Observatory; Antonio Fuentes Standing in Front of Griffith Observatory. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-271       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Josefina Fuentes Standing in front of El Sol Printers; Antonio and Unidentified Woman Standing in front of El Sol Printers. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-272       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Josefina Fuentes [?] Standing in Field with Mountains in Background; Antonio Fuentes Standing on Euclid Upland Avenue. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-273       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Vehicles Driving down Unidentified Street; Two Unidentified Children in a Park. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-274       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Josefina Fuentes [?] with Unidentified Man and Child at a Picnic beside a Pond in a Park; Antonio Fuentes Kneeling beside a Pond in a Park. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-275       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Kneeling with Josefina Fuentes [?] and Child beside a Pond in a Park; Josefina Fuentes [?] with Unidentified Man and Child beside a Pond in a Park. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-276       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of a Fountain; Josefina Fuentes [?] with Unidentified Man and Child Standing in front of a Home. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-277       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of Iron Gate; Antonio Fuentes Standing in Open Area with Tower in Background. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-278       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes at a Shrine; Antonio Fuentes and Josefina Fuentes [?] with Child at a Shrine. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-279       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Child beside a Pond in a Park; Antonio Fuentes Standing Beside a Pond in a Park. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-280       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Standing in Busy City Intersection; Unidentified Woman Standing in Busy Intersection.  Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-281       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio and Josefina [?] Fuentes with Child Standing in front of Daughters of the American Revolution “Madonna of the Trail” Monument; Unidentified Man with Josefina Fuentes [?] and Child Standing in front of Daughters of the American Revolution “Madonna of the Trail” Monument Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-282       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Standing in a Park with Civil War Monument in Background; Antonio Fuentes Standing in a Parking Lot with Unidentified Building in Background. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-283       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio and Josefina [?] Fuentes Standing in front of El Sol Printing; Josefina Fuentes [?] and Unidentified Woman Standing in front of El Sol Printing. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-284       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of Griffith Observatory; Street View of Unidentified Building. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-285       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Feeding Ducks at a Pond in a Park; Antonio Fuentes Climbing of Lamppost with “Parent Washington Navel Orange Tree” Sign. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-286       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Standing Below Redlands University Sign; Antonio and Josefina [?] Fuentes Standing in front of Hospital. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-287       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of Iron Gate; Antonio and Josefina [?] Fuentes Standing in front of Bell Tower (Likely Catholic). Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-288       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio and Josefina [?] Fuentes Standing in front of Iron Fence; Antonio and Josefina [?] Fuentes Standing in front of Iron Fence. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-289       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Street View of Clifton’s Cafeteria; Cars in a Parking Lot. Los Angeles, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-290       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: View of University of Texas and Downtown Austin from University Tower, Austin, c. 1940s (x3) (In Negative Form Only)

50-291       Original Negative Strip of Three Images: Students on Campus at University of Texas, Austin, c. 1940s (x3) (In Negative Form Only)

50-292       Original Negative Strip of Three Images: View of University of Texas and Downtown Austin from University Tower, Austin, c. 1940s (x3) (In Negative Form Only)

50-293       Original Negative Strip of Three Images: View of Capitol Grounds and Downtown Austin from Capitol Rotunda (x2); Street Level View of Unidentified Home (x1), Austin, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-294       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Antonio Fuentes on University of Texas Campus; Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of University Tower, Austin, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-295       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: View of Downtown Austin from University Tower (x1); Students on University of Texas Campus (x2). Austin, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-296       Original Negative of Unidentified Alianza Hispano-Americana Members Posing at Unidentified Zoo, c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-297       Original Negative Strip of Two Images: Unidentified Woman Posing in front of Mineral Wells Sign; Antonio Fuentes Posing in Front of Woodmen if the World Convention Hall, Mineral Wells, c.1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-298       Original Negative of Woodmen of the World Members Posing in a Park, c. 1960 (In Negative Form Only)

50-299       Original Negative of Unidentified People Walking down Unidentified Street, c. 1930 (In Negative Form Only)

50-300       Original negative of Woodmen of the World Women Posing in a Park, c. 1960 (In Negative Form Only)

50-301       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Antonio Fuentes Standing in front of Convention Center; Four Unidentified Woodmen of the World Women Standing in front of Convention Hall. c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-302       Original Negative Strip of Two Photos: Woodmen of the World Men Standing in front of Convention Hall (x2), c. 1940s (In Negative Form Only)

50-303       Original Negative of Members of “Bunch” Sta. Cecilia Posing in a Field, c. 1920s (Heavily Damaged) (In Negative Form Only)

50-304       Original Negative of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken Straight Ahead, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s (In Negative Form Only)

50-305       Original Negative of Obreros y Obreras Members at Obreros Hall, Taken at an Angle, Corpus Christi, c. 1920s (In Negative Form Only)

50-306       Original Negative of Obreros y Obreras Members Standing, c. 1920s (In Negative Form Only)

50-307       Original Negative of Obreros y Obreras Members Seated, c. 1920s (In Negative Form Only)

50-308       Original Negative Strip of Two Photographs: Miss Corpus Christi Riding in Cadillac Convertible in Parade through Downtown Corpus Christi, 1947 (In Negative Form Only)

50-309       Original Negative Strip of Two Photographs: Women Riding in an on Pontiac Convertible; Women Riding in and on Car belonging to Corpus Christi Beauty College. Parade through Downtown Corpus Christi, 1947(In Negative Form Only)

50-310       Original Negative Strip of Two Photographs: Pallbearers Carrying Casket out of a house; Street View of Unidentified Home. Austin, c. 1940s. (In Negative Form Only)

.5               Box 52 – Oversized Images

50-311       Rolled Panoramic Photograph of Woodmen of the World Officers and Delegates at the Woodmen of the World Memorial Hospital, San Antonio, April 1925 (Antonio Fuentes Seated above First “W.O.W.”)

50-312       Rolled Oversized Photograph of World War Memorial in front of Corpus Christi Cathedral, c. 1940s

50-313       Rolled Oversized Photograph of Woodmen of the World National Convention Dinner, San Francisco, July 20-24, 1969 (Antonio Fuentes Marked by Red Arrow)

50-314       Cardboard Backed Photograph of Woodmen of the World Delegates, c. 1920s

50-315       Cardboard Backed Original Photograph of Unidentified Organizational Meeting at Local Restaurant, Corpus Christi, September 1930 (Antonio Fuentes Seated in Foreground at Left with his Back to the Camera); Corresponding to (Copied) Photograph 50-62

50-316       Backed Photograph of Young Unidentified Woman in Formal Gown (Possibly as Duchess, etc.) Posing with Tiara and Scepter, c. 1920s

.5               Box 53 – Oversized Woodmen of the World Items

53.1           Benefit Certificate Issued to Antonio Fuentes, February 19, 1923

53.2           Beneficiary Certificate Issued to Josefina B. Fuentes, January 27, 1919; Blank Physician’s Examination Report; Attached Monument Rider, January 1920; Handwritten Record of Birth Place and Date of Josefina B. Fuentes

53.3           Juvenile Certificate Issued to Ofilia Fuentes, October 9, 1924

53.4           Juvenile Certificate Issued to Ruben Fuentes, October 9, 1924

53.5           Security Double Indemnity Certificate Issued to Lamberto Cisneros Jr., February 9, 1921

53.6           Handwritten Meeting Minutes, October 19, 1920-February 20, 1923 (Fragile); Letter from Sovereign Commander W.A Fraser to Camp No. 2126 Clerk J.M. Barrera, February 6, 1923

53.7           Membership Ledger with Names and Dues Paid, 1933-1937

.5               Box 54 – Oversized Alianza Hispano-Americana and Obreros y Obreras Items

54.1           Alianza Hispano-Americana Secretary Monthly Report, April 1950-November 1971

54.2           Alianza Hispano-Americana Life Insurance Credencial for Antonio Fuentes, August 12, 1930

54.3           Alianza Hispano-Americana Life Insurance Credencial for Enrique Gabardon (February 9, 1939) and Manuel Longoria (September 17, 1937)

54.4           Alianza Hispano-Americana Life Insurance Credencial for Mariana Castro de Mojica, June 10, 1938

54.5           Insurance Poliza for Ines M. Sierra, April 25, 1935

54.6           Alianza Hispano-Americana Official Charter for Lodge No. 169 (Corpus Christi), September 15, 1930

54.7           Obreros y Obreras Ledger Pages for Taller Morelos No. 1 and Leona Vicario Including Member Names and Dues Paid, 1936-1937

54.8           Obreros y Obreras Logo Artwork

.5               Box 55 – Auxiliary Organizations’ Items

55.1           Allende Theater Advertisements: “Cinco de Mayo”, May 5, Year Unlisted; “Minerva”, March 7, Year Unlisted (Fragile)

55.2           Sociedad Mutualista “José Maria Morelos” 40th Anniversary Celebration Programs, October 14, 1956

55.3           Sociedad Lazaro Cardenas Blank Diplomas Honorificos, Undated

55.4           Sociedad Mutualista de Hombres Libres “Gral. Vicente Guerrero” Poster for Cinco de Mayo Celebration, Weslaco TX, 1952, Including Correspondence to Members of Sociedad Lazaro Cardenas

55.5           Kansas City Life Insurance Co. Insurance Certificate for Antonio Fuentes, May 6, 1929

55.6           Caballeros de honor Insurance Certificate for José Salazar, January 10, 1913

.5               Box 56 – Oversized Newspapers, Calendars, and Register

56.1           The Home Insurance Company (New York) Policy Register with Names and Records of Meals, November-December, c. 1932

56.2           Angelus Funeral Home Calendar Backing (Missing Calendar Pages), Undated

56.3           Pearl Beer Monthly Flip Calendar with Images of Mexican-American Life, 1969

56.4           Corpus Beauty Salon Monthly Tear-Away Calendar Including Page for December, 1973

56.5           Three Brothers Super Market Monthly Tear-Away Calendar with Entire Year for 1975

56.6           Magazine Excerpt of Article on Robins with Advertisements for Chevron Gold Card and Calvert Blended Whiskey on Reverse Side, c. 1939

56.7           Jueves de Excelsior No. 399, Mexico, D.F. (January 30, 1930)

56.8           “World in Turmoil” Supplement to Corpus Christi Caller (April 4, 1968)

56.9           El Tejano Vol. XVII, No. 17, W.B. Ray High School, Corpus Christi (May 9, 1968)

56.10         Health Builder Vol. 72 No. 4 (1972) with Christmas Insert, Vol. 71

56.11         Corpus Christi Sun Vol. I No. 1 (January 12, 1978)

.5               Box 57 – Music

57.1           Small 33 rpm LP – “Exposición de San Bernardino California” by Antonio Fuentes, March 12, 1947

57.2           33 rpm LP –“The Two Sides of Leonard Nimoy” Dot Records

57.3           Alianza Hispano-Americana 33 rpm LP – Tucson Boys Choir, “La Marcha de la Alianza” (Side A); “El Himno de la Alianza” (Side B)

57.4           Alianza Hispano Americana 33 rpm LP – Tucson Boys Choir, “La Marcha de la Alianza” (Side A); “El Himno de la Alianza” (Side B)

57.5           Typed Lyrics – “La Música de la Alianza – En Grabado”

.5               Box 58 – Glass Panes

Note – These panes of glass are old, and some edges are chipped and uneven, making them very sharp. [Handle with Extreme Caution]
 
58.1           Woodmen of the World Sign painted on Glass Pane (Fragile and Sharp!)

58.2           Woodmen of the World Sign painted on Glass Pane (Fragile and Sharp!)

58.3           Alianza Hispano-Americana Secretary’s Sign painted on Glass Pane (Fragile and Sharp!)

.5               Box 59 – Flags and Banners

59.1           Obreros y Obreras Banner

59.2           Handmade Mexican Flag (old style)

.5               Box 60 – Organizational Artifacts

60.1           Lazaro Cardenas Diploma Printing Press Stamp

60.2           Obreros y Obreras Title and Seal Printing Press Stamp

60.3           Woodmen of the World Ceremonial Axe Heads

60.4           Woodmen of the World Representative Shingle

60.5           Woodmen of the World Plaque Awarded to Sanotnio Fuentes for Forty Years of Service

.5               Box 61 – Organizational Artifacts

                  Caballeros de Honor Wooden Book

                  Assorted Gavels

                  Organization Rubber Stamps

.5               Box 62 – Still Picture Camera and Tripods belonging to Antonio Fuentes

.5               Box 63 – Motion Picture Camera and Accessories belonging to Antonio Fuentes

.5               Box 64 – Motion Picture Projector belonging to Antonio Fuentes

.5               Box 65 – Motion Picture Film Reels

                  Films Produced by Antonio Fuentes

65.0           16mm Newsreel of Mexican American Organizations Marching in Downtown Corpus Christi, circa 1930s [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.1]

65.1           “Boys at School”, circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.2]

65.2           “Garcia”, June 25, 1928; “Diafragma 7 Y 14—Sol Con Nube Tenue”, June 13, 1937, 4 p.m. – Two 9.5mm Pathex Films in Canister in Bound Cardboard Box

65.3           “Papa—Dia Nublado y Lluvioso”, January 2, 1938, 2 p.m.; “Diaf. 7. Mama—Dia Claro Sol Abundante”, January 1, 1938 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister, together with Unused 9.5mm Pathex Film in Wax Paper, in Bound Cardboard Box

65.4           Unused 9.5mm Pathex Film in Wax Paper in Bound Cardboard Box

65.5           “M. Garcia”, June 25, 1928 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.6           “Fina y los Niños”, July 4, 1928 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.2]

65.7           “A.R. Fuentes Family”, July 4, 1928 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.8           “Dia Claro”, December 23, 1928, 1 p.m. – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.9           “Xmas Day, Fina y Antonio—Dia Claro” December 23, 1928, 1 p.m. – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.10         “Xmas Day”, December 25, 1928 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.2]

65.11         “Xmas Day”, December 26, 1928 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.12         “Paseo”, July 4, 1929 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.13         “Jugando en el (R) =Bondo= —Claro”, July 6, 1929, 3 p.m. – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.14         “Papa y Mama y la Urbanita—La Sol Brillante”, June 30, 1928 – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.15         “Antonio Jr.”, Circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.16         “3” Partidad Paseo” (Float in Parade), July 4, circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.2]

65.17         “M. Garcia, Salesman”, circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.2]

65.18         “Los Muchachos” circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.19         Illegible Title, Float in Parade, circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.2]

65.20         Parade Processional, circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film not in Canister [Empty Canister; Film on Reconditioned Master Reel – 66.2]

65.21         Fuentes Children, circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film not in Canister

65.22         Small, Dressed Monkey in front of Market Window, circa 1920s – 9.5mm Pathex Film not in Canister in Cardboard Box

65.23         Fuentes Family, circa 1920s – Small Clip of 9.5mm Pathex Film not in Canister

                  Commercially Produced Films

65.24         Dippy Doo-Dads in “The Watch Dog” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.25         Harold Lloyd in “Give and Take – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.26         Will Rogers in “Hustlin’ Hank” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.27         “The Silk Moth” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.28         “Some Monkey Types” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.29         “Blue Ridge Contraption”; “The Pets of the Pacific”; “Walking Wire” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.30         Will Rogers in “Just Passing Through,” Parts 1-3 – 9.5mm Pathex Films in Canister

65.31         “Five Million Years Ago” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.32         “The Heart of Mexico” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

65.33         “The Man from Mars” – 9.5mm Pathex Film in Canister

.5               Box 66 – Professionally Reconditioned Films and Modern Versions

66.1           “Mexican American Parades, 1920s,” – Professionally Reconditioned Film, Taken from Canister 65.0

66.2           “Mexican American Parades, 1920s,” – Compilation of Professionally Reconditioned Films, Taken from Canisters 65.1, 65.6, 65.10, 65.16, 65.17, 65.19, and 65.20

66.3           “Mexican American Parades, 1920s,” –Motion Picture Footage of Reel 66.2 Converted to BetaFilm

66.4           “Mexican American Parades, 1920s,” –Motion Picture Footage of Reel 66.2 Converted to DVD

                  Shelf Items

Item I        Stenciled Woodcut Sign, Including Seal, of Taller No. 1 de Orden Mutual de Obreros y Obreras

Item II       Painted Portrait of José Maria Morelos, by Juan Avila

Item III     Embroidered Portrait of Doña Leona Vicario, with Founding Date (framed)

Item IV     Fabric Portrait of Lazaro Cardenas with Aztec Symbols, A. Fernandez Caballero

 

 

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