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129/1: Traffic. Last Exit.

129/2: Badings, Henk and Dick Raaijmakers. Evolutions and Contrasts.

129/3: Turner, Ike. Ike Turner Rocks the Blues.

129/4: King, Freddie. Woman Across the River.

129/5: Krenek, Ernst: Johnny Spielt Auf. Opus 45 (Opera in Two Acts).

129/6: Jethro Tull. Benefit.

129/7: Little RIchard. Here's Little Richard.

129/8: The Beatles. Hey Jude.

129/9: Los Trovadores Huastecos del Viejo Elpido. Los Tovadores Huastecos del Viejo Elpidio.

129/10: Veracruz. Conjunto Tierra Blanca de Chico Barcelata.

129/11: Jimenez, Jose Alfredo. Miguel Aceve Mejia.

129/12: Conjunto Michoacan. La Hija de la Viuda Piquetes de Hormiga.

129/13: Negrete, Jorge. La voz inmortal de Jorge Negrete Vol. V.

129/14: Yurchenco, Henrietta.The Real Mexico in Music and Song.

129/15: More, Beny. Magia Antillana.

129/16: Centro Cultural Mascaronesde. Levantate Campesion.

129/17: Zamora, Oscar y don Chema. Me Cae Sura...!.

129/18: Martinez, Melesio. Las Mananitas con Arpa.

129/19: Wes Montgomery Quartet. Vibratin'.

129/20: Mitchell, Joni. Blue.

129/21: El Palomo y el Gorrion. Tragedias de mujeres infieles.

129/22: Chaf y Queli. Albures Mexicanos.

129/23: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e historia. Danzas de la Conquista.

129/24: Pulido, Roberts y los Classicos. Seguire mi camino.

129/25: Solis, Javier. Rancheras con Javier Solis.

129/26: Trio los Panchos. Los Favoritos de todo el mundo.

129/27: Los Rayos del Valle. Los Rayos del Valle.

129/28: Silva, Chelo. 15 Autenticos Exitos.

129/29: El Teatro Campesino. Huelga en General!.

129/30: De la Luz, Maria. Va por ustedes, Amigos.

129/31: Victor y Fina. Rancheras y Boleros.

Media - Vinyl Records - LPs

136/1: Rodriguez, Pancito. "Las Espinas"/ "Mi Aventura".

136/2: McDonald, Fred. "Veracruz"/ "Amor de mis Amores" "El Cisne"/ "Azul"/ "Pervetida" "Santa"/ "Rival"/ "Cabellera Negra" "Talisman"/ "Tus Pupilas".

136/3: Negrete, Jorge. "Hermosas Fuentes"/ "Despierta"/ "Amor Con Amor se Paga"/ "El Pagare"/ "Juan Charrasqueado"/ "La Negra Noche"/ "El Desterrado"/ "Fiesta Mexicana".

136/4: Lara, Augstin. "Limosna"/ "Coplas Guajiras"/ Para Siempre"/ "sSin Saber Por Que"/ "Escarcha"/ "Carita de Cielo"/ "Quien Me Robo Tu Amor"/ "Duena Mia".

136/5: Lara, Augstin. "La Clave Azul"/ "Noche Criolla Palmera"/ "Farolito"/ "Escarcha Concha Nacar"/ "Mujer"/ "Lagrimas de Sangre"/ "Mujer"/ Lagrimas de Sangre"/ "Mi Novia"/ "Rosa".

136/6: Gardel, Carlos. "La Cumparsita"/ "La Cancion de Buenos Aires"/ "Caminito"/ "La Han Visto Con Otra"/ Tomo y Oglibo"/ "Mano a Mano"/ "Silencio...!"/ "Madreselva".

136/7: Learning-a-Language. Spanish Vol.1.

136/8: Learn-a-Language. Spanish Vol. 2.

136/9: Learn-a-Language. Spanish Vol. 3.

136/10: Guizas, Tito. "Linda Mujer"/ "El Rancho Grande"/ "I'll Never Love Again"/ "Guadalajar"/ "Noche de Ronda"/ "Juiame"/ "Diez Minutos Mas"/ Ay, Ay, Ay, Ay! My Serenade".

136/11: Hermanas Padilla. "Corrido de Francisco Sarabia"/ "Cananea".

136/12: Aurora y Fierro. "Poco Me Importa"/ "Prometoste".

136/13: Banda Columbia. "Cancion del Soldado"/ "Tu y Yo".

136/14: Rios, Elvira. "Farolito"/ "Flores Negras".

136/15: Duo Michoacan. "Tu Solo Tu"/ "Amor Chiquito".

136/16: Cugat, Xavier. "Mambo No. 5"/ "Francesca".

136/17: Fender, Freddy. "Wasted Days & Wasted Nights"/ "San Santonia Rock".

136/18: Los Dos Morenas. "Orgullo de San Juan Bautista".

136/19: Sunny & the Sunglows, The Manhattans. "Talk to Me"/ One Life to Live".

136/20: Longoria Sr. y Jr., Valerio. "Poquita Fe"/ "El Garavato".

136/21: Rubio, Lydia y Texas Express. "No Quiero Mas Llorar"/ "Take These Chains".

136/22: Longoria, Valerio y sus Muchachos. "Yo Tengo Celos de Ti"/ "Que Bonita".

136/23: Zimmerle, Henry y Su Conjunto. "Cuando Mas Tranquil ate Halles"/ "No Vuelvo Amar".

136/24: Conjunto Aztlan. "Esas Vueltas"/ "Chuco Chicano".

136/25: Infante, Pedro. "Tres Dias"/ "La Calandria".

136/26: Garcia, Pat y Los Music Makers. "La Devina Garza"/ "Carta de Vietnam".

136/27: Earth, Wind and Fire. "Saturday Night"/ "Departure".

136/28: Valdez, Daniel & Brotherhood. "Movin' On"/ "Rainbow".

136/29: Fats Domino. "Whole Lotta Loving"/ "Coquette".

136/30: Royce, Rose. "Car Wash"/ "Water".

136/31: Los Tecolines. "Adios"/ "El Libro Azul".

136/32: Los Dandos y Ritmos. "Tres Regalos"/ "Alma de Cristal".

136/33: Montoya, Juan. "Tierras Notenas"/ "Te Vengo a Buscar".

136/34: Holly, Buddy. "Everyday"/ "Peggie Sue".

136/35: Jimenez, Flaco. "Fue Una Morena"/ "Mi Primer Amor".

136/36: Mejia, Miguel Acevas. "El Crucifijo de Piedra"/ "Noches Tenebrosas".

136/37: Los Relampagos. "Con La Tinta de mi Sangre"/ "Cruel Dolor".

136/38: Vega, Jose. "Morena de San Francisco California"/ "Polka Texas".

136/39: Dion. "Lost for Sure"/ "Little Diane".

136/40: "Los Morenos" with the Mariachi Coculense "El Costeni"/ Luis Moreno/ F. V. Leal. "En Las Cantinas"/ "Sea Por Dios".

136/41: Cancioneros "Acosta" with the Orquesta Tipica/ Fierro and Gomez/ R. Paramo. "Para Que Nos Conocimos"/ "Lejos de Ti".

136/42: Ovando, J. Torres with Orchestra/ S. Perez and Vals/ I. Brusel and Danza. "El Angel de Mis Amores"/ "Cielo Azul".

136/43: Cugat, Xavier and his Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra/ Del Campo/ Mario. "Say it Over Again"/ "Chupa-Chupa".

136/44: Price, Ray/ S. Davis/ J. Fields, R. Price, and Pulley. "Until Death Do Us Part"/ "Heart Aching Blues".

136/45: Brown, Les and his Orchestra/ Eddie Green/ Homer. "A Good Man is Hard to Find"/ "Bizet has his Day".

136/46: Goni, Cristeta/ P. De Sarasate/ D'Ambrosio. "Hebanera del "Hombre es Debil"/ "Conzonetta".

136/47: Gorodinsky, Noy and his Gypsy Ensemble. "Waiting for You"/ "When I Stroll Down Acatia Lane".

136/48: Dose Jose Orquesta Costana/ Garza/ Vellegas. (Unreadable)/ "Coridad Vals".

136/49: Lecuona Cuban Boys/ Chamfleury. Hernandez and Blanc arr. Orefiche. "Rumba Tambah"/ "La Guajira-Son Cubain".

Media - Vinyl Records - LPs

137/1: The Diamonds. "Kathy-O"/ "Happy Years".

137/2: The Elegants. "Getting Dizzy"/ "Little Star".

137/3: The Slades. "You Gambled"/ "No Time".

137/4: Licha y Efrain. "Mis Pertenencias"/ "Amor Atrabancado".

137/5: Hermanas Lopez. "Ye Me Tocaba Perder"/ "Que Poca Dignidad".

137/6: El Piporro. "El Muchacho Alegre"/ "Que Bonitos Ojos".

137/7: Los Panterones de Torreon. "La Moneda Maltratada"/ "Ya No Tienes Remedio".

137/8: Los Medina y Su Conjunto. "Mi Engano"/ "Nos Salvamos".

137/9: Beltran, Lola. "El Amor"/ "Aguijon"/ "Lena de Pirul"/ "El Ramalazo".

137/10: Los Gorriones de Topo Chico. "Me Odias"/ "Con La Moneda".

137/11: Los Regionales de Texas. "Dinora"/ "Por Que Te Quiero".

137/12: Checker, Chubby. "Toot"/ "The Twist".

137/13: Guzman, Carlos y Su Conjunto. "Me Dijo Adios"/ "La Apuesta".

137/14: Pickett, Bobby (Boris) and the Crypt-Kickers. "Monsters' Mash Party"/ "Monster Mash".

137/15: Los Tigres del Norte. "Son Tus Perjumenes Mujer"/ "Prieta Casasa".

137/16: The Midnighters. "Work with Me Annie"/ "Unit I Die".

137/17: The Titans. "Love is a Wonderful Thing"/ "Arlene".

137/18: The Spiders. "You're the One"/ "I Didn't Want to Do It".

137/19: Villegas, Chuy y Los Happy Boys. "Entre Acordeones"/ "Feliz Viaje".

137/20: The Tune Weavers. "Ol' Man River"/ "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby".

137/21: Mendoza, Amalia. "Ansiedad"/ "Cuando te Canses de Llorar".

137/22: McCoy, Van. "The Hustle"/ "Hey Girl, Come and Get It".

137/23: Presley, Elvis. "Marie's the Name: His Latest Flame"/ "Little Sister".

137/24: Los Tres Ases. "Que Seas Feliz"/ "Ofrenda"/ "Vanidad"/ "Franqueza".

137/25: Belvin, Jesse. "Confusin' Blues"/ "Baby Don't Go".

137/26: Haley,Bill and his Comets. "R-O-C-K"/ "The Saints Rock 'N Roll".

137/27: Tayler, Koko. "Blue Heavens"/ "Wang Dang Doodle".

137/28: Fulsom, Lowell. "Every Time it Rains"/ "Just One More Time".

137/29: The Romeos. "Juicy Luicy"/ "Precious Memories".

137/30: Los Gorriones del Topo Chico and Juan Montoya. "De Rancho en Rancho"/ "Soy Bandolero".

137/31: Los Rancheritos del Topo Chico. "Madrecita Vengo a Verte"/ "Te Sigo Buscando".

137/32: Beltran, Lola. "La Joven Mancornadora"/ "Cuquita".

137/33: Longoria, Valerio y Los Desvejadores. "Vieja Escalera"/ "No Te Arrepientas".

137/34: Presley, Elvis. "She's Not You"/ "Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello".

137/35: Chenier, Clifton. "Boppin' the Rock"/ "Ay-Tete Fee".

137/36: Hermanas Cantu. "Paloma Pico Plateado"/ "Quedate Esta Vez".

137/37: Montrell, Roy. "(Every Time I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone"/ "Oooh - Wow".

137/38: Licha Y Efrain. "Carino Ingrato"/ "Quiero Matarte".

137/39: Eddy, Duane. "Cannonball"/ "Mason-Dixon Lion".

137/40: Presley, Elvis. "I'm Counting On You"/ "I Got a Woman".

137/41: Neville, Art. "Zing Zing"/ "Cha Dooky-Doo".

137/42: Los Costenos. "El Ahualulco"/ "El Jarabe Loco"/ "Maria Chuchena"/ "El Palomo".

137/43: The Platters. "Out of My Mind".

137/44: Franklin, Aretha. "If You Don't Think"/ "Until You Come to Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)".

137/45: The Titans. "Don't You Just Know It"/ "Can It Be".

137/46: Oop-Shoop and Skokiaan. "If I Give My Heart to You"/ "I Need You Now".

137/47: Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky Mick and Tich. "Zabadak"/ "The Sun Goes Down".

137/48: Haley, Bill and his Comets. "Birth of the Boogie"/ "Mambo Rock".

137/49: The De Castro Sisters, Lew Quadling and the Sentimental Reeds, and Stan Kenton. "Red Sails in the Sunset"/ "A Million Dreams Ago"/ "When Your Lovers Has Gone"/ "Fools Rush In".

Media - Vinyl Records - LPs

139/1: Bartholdy, Felix Mendelssohn. "Ein Sommernachtstraum".

139/2: Das Munchener Bach-Orchester Karl RIchter. Mozart.

139/3: Mendelssohn.

139/4: The New Symphony Orchestra of London. "Bela Bartok: Two Portraits for Orchestra".

139/5: Angelina y Tono. Corridos y Canciones.

139/6: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. "Corridos de la Rebelion Cristera".

139/7: Rosas, Ferdenando. "Homenaje a Agustin Ramirez".

139/8: Maria, Dora Con el Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan. "Tabasco".

139/9: Mejia, Miguel Aceves.

139/10: Mejia, Miguel Aceves.

139/11: Mejia, Miguel Aceves. "Mexican Folk Songs".

139/12: Los Hermanos Cardenas: Chencho y Lupe. "Pioneros de Polkas Redovasy Chotiz".

139/13: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. "Musica de los Huaves o Marenos".

139/14: El Conjunto Caracuaro. "Sones y Gustos de Michoacan".

139/15: Mejia, Miguel Aceves. "El Buena Suerte".

139/16: Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon.

139/17: Los Costenos. "Solo Veracruz es bello...".

139/18: Gatica, Jacinto su Arpa y Su Conjunto. "Fandango Jarocho".

139/19: Vik. "Serie "Mexico Musical" Vol. III Veracruz".

139/20: Box with Pictures and Old Frames.

139/21: Trio del Puerto y Trio Los Aguiluchos. (Serenade) Serenata.

139/22: Los Alegres de Teran. Mas Corridos Famosos.

139/23: Los Alegres de Teran. Corridos Famosos.

139/24: Ayala, Ramon y Los Bravos del Norte. Por Que??.

139/25: Valdez, Miguelito. Mr. Babalu!.

139/26: Ramos, Luis Morales y Maso Rivera. Parrandeando.

139/27: Monado, Hortencia. Via Nortena.

139/28: Various Artists. Canciones de Manuel S. Acuna.

139/29: Sunny & the Sunliners. Smile Now...Cry Later.

139/30: Los Salvajes de la Frontera. En la Casa de mi Suegra.

139/31: Valerio Longoria Sr. y Jr.

139/32: Valerio Longoria y su Conjunto.

139/33: Los Chachos. Definitivamente.

139/34: Jimenez, Flaco. El Sonido de San Antonio.

139/35: El Gran Flaco Jimenez. La Viuda Matrera, Eres Un Encanto.

139/36: Garcia, Angel Luis. El Profesor que Canta al Corazon del Pueblo.

139/37: Los Duques del Norte. Corridos.

139/38: Los Cadetes de Linares.

139/39: Laure, Mike. A Seguir Bailando.

139/40: Conjunto Fenix. A Bailar el Norteno.

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138/1: Ochoa, Angelica. Gracias Amigos.

138/2: Banda del Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga. Musica Sinaloense.

138/3: Carlos y Jose. Con Puros Corridos.

138/4: Conjunto 4 Espadas de Mingo Saldivar.

138/5: Jimenez, Flaco.

138/6: Jimenez, Flaco. El Rey de Texas.

138/7: Jimenez, Flaco. "Mis Polkas Flavoritas".

138/8: Jimenez,Flaco con los Arcos Toby Torres. "El Troquero".

138/9: Flaco Jimenez y su conjunto.

138/10: Flaco y Santiag Jimenez, JR. "El Rey y El Principe de la Musica Nortena".

138/11: Guamuchilenos de Culiacan y banda de Porfirio Amarillas. "Banda Sinaloenses".

138/12: Edwards, Jimmy.

138/13: Bravo, Joe. Playboy 70.

138/14: Rodriguez, Lalo. El Hijo de Nadie.

138/15: Little Joe y la Familia. La Voz de Aztlan.

138/16: Little Joe y la Familia. Sea la Paz la Fuerza.

138/17: Lorenzo de Monteclaro. Florecilla de Amor.

138/18: Los Fabulosos 4.

138/19: Los Fantasticos Hermanos Banda.

138/20: Los Guamuchilenos de Culiacan, Banda "Mochis" de Porfirio Amarillas, Banda Tipica de Mazatlan. Arriba Sinaloa.

138/21: Los Hermanos Farias.

138/22: Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon.

138/23: Los Lobos del Norte. "Cargando con mi cruz".

138/24: Mazz. The Bad Boys.

138/25: Mejia, Miguel Aceves. "...Bajo el Cielo de Mexico".

138/26: Mejia, Miguel Aceves. "El Gallo Coloradoq".

138/27: Ayala, Ramon y Los Bravos del Norte. "Dos Hojas Sin Rumbo Ensename A Olvidar".

138/28: Ayala, Ramon y Los Bravos del Norte. "Bailamos Tia, Polkas- Redovas, Huapangos".

138/29: Jimenez Jr., Santiago. "El Cnsentido de Texas".

138/30: Jordan, Steve. "That's My Boy!".

138/31: Sunny & the Sunliners. "Carinosamente...".

138/32: Sunny & the Sunliners. "El Internacional".

138/33: Sunny & the Sunliners. "El Orgullo de Texas".

138/34: Sunny & Sunliners. "El Monito de Chocolate".

138/35: Sunny & the Sunliners. "Adelante".

138/36: Sunny & the Sunliners. "Mil Abrazos".

138/37: Ozuna, Sunny and the Sunglows.

138/38: The Spanish Style. The Story of Great Music.

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133/1: Johnson, Robert. The Complete Recordings.

  1. Kindhearted Woman Blues
  2. I Believe I'll Dust my Broom
  3. Sweet Home Chicago
  4. Rambling on my Mind
  5. When You Got a Good Friend
  6. Come on in my Kitchen
  7. Terraplane Blues
  8. Phonograph Blues
  9. 32-20 Blues
  10. They're Red Hot
  11. Dead Shrimp Blues
  12. Cross Road Blues
  13. Walking Blues
  14. Last Fair Deal Gone Down
  15. Preaching Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)
  16. If I had Possession over Judgment Day
  17. Stones in my Passway
  18. I'm a Steady Rollin' Man
  19. From Four Till Late
  20. Hellhound on my Trail
  21. Little Queen of Spades
  22. Malted Milk
  23. Drunken Hearted Man
  24. Me and the Devil Blues
  25. Stop Breakin' Down Blues
  26. Traveling Riverside Blues
  27. Honeymoon Blues
  28. Love in Vain
  29. Milkcow's Calf Blues

133/2: Chavez, Lino's Conjunto Marocho Medellin. Veracruz: Serie Meixco Musical.

  1. Coplas a mi Morena
  2. La Tuza
  3. El Cascabel
  4. El Coco
  5. La Indita
  6. Estampa Jarocha
  7. Ahualulco
  8. El Torito
  9. Que Bello es Veracruz
  10. El Gavilancito
  11. La Guacamaya
  12. Zapateado y Final

133/3: Los Machucambos. Sing the Music of Venezuela.

  1. Ñau Ñau
  2. Los Garceros
  3. Amalia Rosa
  4. Nuestro Amor
  5. Jose Maria
  6. Un Setoconao
  7. Alma Llanera
  8. Muchachita Sabanera
  9. Ay Josefina
  10. Madrugada Llanera
  11. El Guapo
  12. El Polo

133/4: Various Artists (See Description). "Palomitas de Maiz" (Popcorn): Los Favoritos de Ciudad Victoria.

  1. Kingsley, Gershon. Palomitas de Maiz.
  2. D.A.R. Sylvia.
  3. Saldivar, Edmundo P. Carnavalito.
  4. Ramirez and Thies. Tema de Chapala.
  5. Gandea, Eduardo. Febrerino.
  6. D.A.R. Mimi Mama.
  7. Flores, Isamel P. Morenits de Ojoz Claros.
  8. Bermudez, Lucho. Cumbia Caliente.
  9. Erazo, Julio. La Puya Guamalera.
  10. Jimenez, Felipe Indio. Marisela.
  11. Yanez, Rafael. Venezuela.

133/5: Jarocha, Arpa. Folklore Veracruzano.

  1. Mujer Ingrata
  2. El Cangrejo
  3. Cuando Yo Te Quise
  4. Renunciacion
  5. La Mancornadora
  6. El Liston y Una Flor
  7. Con Que Te Vas
  8. La Bruja
  9. Aunque Me Parta Un Rayo
  10. Corazoncito Tirano
  11. Cosamaloapan
  12. El Toro de la Bajada

133/6: Los 4 Hnos. Silva. Los Exitos.

  1. Atria, Jaime. Noche Callada.
  2. Pitaguá, Indio. Pajaro Chogui.
  3. Bermudez, Lucho. Danza Negra.
  4. Ferrusquilla. Seis Años.
  5. Paquito Fonfrias. Mil Lagrimas.
  6. Silva, Mythra. Tengo Que Acostumbrarme.
  7. Aguirre, Chalo. Rio Rebelde.
  8. Pirela, Felipe. Entre Tu Amor y Mir Amor.
  9. Cárdenas, R. and Rubén Fuentes. La Noche y Tu.
  10. Urdaneta, Héctor. Sigo Siendo de Ti.

133/7: Alberto, Luis del Parana and the Trio Los Paraguayos. Songs and Dances of Latin America.

  1. Martinez, Gil. Pimpollo.
  2. Barboza and Bastos. Muchachita Dorada.
  3. Del Parana, Lopez, and Vincy. Mexico.
  4. Bastos and Mendez. Cancion a Julio Correa.
  5. (Not Named). La Cumparsita.
  6. Averiguar. Cancion de las Americas.
  7. Del Parana and Weersma. Bori Bori.
  8. Del Parana and Weersma. Recuerdo de Amor.
  9. Del Parana and Weersma. Farah Diba.
  10. Bastos and Flores. Choli.
  11. Velasquez. Besame Mucho.
  12. Chamorro and Larramendia. Brisa Suave.

133/8: Various Artists (See Description). Chiapas: Serire Mexico Musical, vol. v.

  1. (Not Named). Musica Autoctona.
  2. Gómez, David. Tuxtla.
  3. Cordero, Roberto C. Comitan.
  4. De Paz, Rafael and Francisco Lara. Pichucalco.
  5. Comínguez, Abel. Ocosingo.
  6. Soto-César Lara and Ray Pérez. Tapachula.
  7. (Poem of Sr. Enoch Cansino Casahonda). Canto a Chiapas.
  8. Domínguez, Alberto. Chiapas.
  9. De Paz, Rafael. Goy Buen Tuxtleco.
  10. Solís, Gabriel. Maryen.
  11. Gómez, David. Marrito.
  12. De Paz, Rafael. El Rascapetate.
  13. (Not Named). La Tortuga del Arenal y Coda.

133/9: Marinba- Orquesta de Ernesto Dominguez. Ecos del Istmo.

  1. Dominguez, A. Chiapas.
  2. Dominio Público. La Llorona.
  3. Alcalá, M. Dios Nunca Muere.
  4. Guízar, Pepe. Tehuantepec.
  5. Cordero, Roberto. Comitan.
  6. Lara, A. La Marimba.
  7. Dominio Público. Las Chiapanecas.
  8. Dominio Público. La Zandunga.
  9. Cáardenas, F. F. Viva mi Desgracia.
  10. Herrera, R.D. El Rascapetate.
  11. De J. Garcia, B. Morir por tu Amor.
  12. Dominguez, A. Al Son de la Marimba.

133/10: Gatica, Jacinto and Su Conjunto Los Nacionales. La Huasteca.

  1. Ramirez, Elpidio. La Petenera.
  2. Ramirez, Elpidio. La Cecilia.
  3. Ramirez, Elpidio. La Leva.
  4. Ramirez, Elpidio. El Gustito.
  5. Ramirez, Elpidio. La Azucena.
  6. Hernandez, Pablo. El Que-rre-Que.
  7. Castillo, Nicandro. El Hidalguense.
  8. Cortazar and Pepe de Vega. El Ague Nieve.
  9. Parra, Gilberto. El Huerfanito.
  10. Castillo, Nicandro. Las Tres Huastecas.
  11. Ramirez, Elpidio. Cielito Lindo Huasteco.
  12. Gomez, Josasath Hernandez. El Bejuquito.

133/11: El Conjunto Papaloapan de Veracruz. Cantandole a Verzcruz.

  1. Canto a Veracruz
  2. El Jarabe Loco
  3. Ando Ausente
  4. El Huateque
  5. El Siguisiri
  6. La Guacamaya
  7. La Tusa
  8. Pobre De Mi
  9. El Colas
  10. El Balaju

133/12: Mendoza, Lydia. La Gloria de Texas.

  1. No Es Culpa Mia
  2. Mi Problema
  3. Mujer Paseada
  4. Amor Bonita
  5. Collar de Perlas
  6. Luis Paulido
  7. Aunque Vengua Muy Borracho
  8. Malaguena Salerosa
  9. Ojitos Verdes
  10. Besando La Cruz
  11. Hace un Ano
  12. Tango Negro
  13. Silverio Perez

133/13: Mendoza, Lydia (Composers See Description). Marcando El Tiempo Musical: Todo Por Ti.

  1. D. R. Madrecita de Mi Ser.
  2. D. R. Todo Por Ti.
  3. D. R. Perdon Madrecita.
  4. D. R. Amor de Madre.
  5. D. R. Oh, Madre Querida.
  6. D. R. Cariño Sin Condicion.
  7. D. R. Canto a Mi Madre.
  8. D. R. Madrecita Mia.
  9. D. R. Madrecita Consentida.
  10. A. Perez. Mi Madrecita Querida.
  11. (Not Named). Muchos Dias de Estos.
  12. D. R. Dios Me Nego.

133/14: Mendoza, Lydia. Una historia de la musica de la frontera, Texas - Meixcan Border Music, vol. 16 Part 2: Early Recordings from the 1930s.

  1. Pajarito Herido
  2. Palida Luna
  3. Sola
  4. Tu Partida
  5. Nunca
  6. La Boda Negra
  7. Tu Diras
  8. Tengo a Mi Lupe
  9. Cuatro Vicios
  10. Noche Tenebrosa y Fria
  11. Una Noche Serena y Obscura
  12. Tu Ya No Soplas
  13. En Tampico esta Lloviendo
  14. Margarita, Margarita

133/15: Various Artists, Disc 1 and 2 (See Description)
Disc 1

  1. McGhee, "Stick" and his Buddies / Granville "Stick" McGhee and J. Mayo Williams. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee.
  2. The Clovers / Rudolph Toombs. One Mint Julep.
  3. Brown, Ruth / Herbert J. Lance and Johnny Wallace. Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean.
  4. The Drifters / Jesse Stone. Money Honey.
  5. Turner, Joe / Charles E. Calhoun. Shake, Rattle and Roll.
  6. The Chords / Edwards, Feaster, Feaster, Keyes, and McRae. Sh-Boom.
  7. Baker, LaVern / Winfield Scott. Tweedlee Dee.
  8. Charles, Ray. I Got a Woman.
  9. Joe Hunter, Ivory. Since I Met You Baby.
  10. Willis, Chuck. C. C. Rider.
  11. The Bobbettes / Dixon, Gathers, Pought, Pought, and Webb. Mr. Lee.
  12. The Coasters / Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Yaketty Yak.
  13. Charles, Ray. What'd I Say.
  14. The Drifters / Nelson, Patterson, and Treadwell. There Goes My Baby.

Disc 2

  1. Burke, Solomon / V. F. Stewart. Just Out of Reach.
  2. Booker T. and the MG's / Cropper, Jackson, Jones, and Steinberg. Green Onions.
  3. Pickett, Wilson / Steve Cropper and Wilson Pickett. In the Midnight Hour.
  4. Sam and Dave / Isaac Hayes and David Porter. Hold on, I'm Comin'.
  5. Sledge, Percy / Calvin Lewis and Andrew Wright. When a Man Loves a Woman.
  6. Franklin, Aretha / Otis Redding. Respect.
  7. Franklin, Aretha / Goffin, King, and Wexler. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.
  8. Tex, Joe. Skinny Legs and All.
  9. Redding, Otis / Steve Cropper and Otis Redding. (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay.
  10. Benton, Brook / Tony Joe White. Rainy Night in Georgia.
  11. King Floyd. Groove Me.
  12. Carter, Clarence / R. Dunbar and N. Johnson. Patches.
  13. Wright, Betty / Willie Clarke and Clarence Reid. Clean Up Woman.
  14. Spinners / Thom Bell and Phil Hurtt. I'll Be Around.

133/16: Mendes, Sergio and Brasil. Eequinox.

  1. Ben, J. and N. Gimbel. Constant Rain (Chove Chuva).
  2. Bergman, A. , M. Bergman, and J. Mandel. Cinnamon and Clove.
  3. Gimbel, N. and M. Legrand. Watch What Happens.
  4. Gimbel and Lobo. For Me.
  5. Gilberto, J. Bim-Bom.
  6. Porter, C. Night and Day.
  7. Jobim. Triste.
  8. Gilbert,R. , M. Valle, and P. Valle. Gente.
  9. Jobim. Wave.
  10. De Moraes and Jobim. So Danco Samba (Jazz 'n' Samba).

133/17: Simon and Garfunkel/ Paul Simon. Bookends.

  1. Bookends Theme
  2. Save the Life of My Child
  3. America
  4. Overs
  5. Voices of Old People
  6. Old Friends
  7. Bookends Theme
  8. Fakin' It
  9. Punky's Dilemma
  10. Mrs. Robinson
  11. A Hazy Shade of Winter
  12. At the Zoo

133/18: Reinhardt, Django. Archive of Folk and Jazz Music.

  1. September Song
  2. Gypsy Swing
  3. Mano
  4. Fantasie
  5. Melodie Au Crepuscule
  6. Swing Guitar
  7. Manoir de Mes Reves
  8. Folie a Amphion
  9. Swing de Paris
  10. Nuages
  11. Swing 40
  12. Gypsy with a Song

133/19: Wonder, Stevie. Innervisions.

  1. Too High
  2. Visions
  3. Living for the City
  4. Golden Lady
  5. Higher Ground
  6. Jesus Children of America
  7. All in Love is Fair
  8. Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing
  9. He's Misstra Know-It-All

133/20: Gordon, Dexter. Doin' Alright.

  1. Gershwin. I Was Doing All Right.
  2. Carey and Fischer. You've Changed.
  3. Gordon, Dexter. For Regulars Only.
  4. Gordon, Dexter. Society Red.
  5. Cahn and Styne. It's You or No One.

133/21: The Firesign Theatre: Phil Austin, Peter Bergman, David Ossman, Phil Proctor. I Think We're all Bazos on This Bus.

133/22: Various Artists (see description). Club Ska '67.

  1. The Skatalites. Guns of Navarone.
  2. Alphonso, Roland. Phoenix City.
  3. Dekkar, Desmond. Shanty Town.
  4. The Flames. Broadway Jungle.
  5. Richards, Roy. Contact.
  6. Brooks, Baba. Guns Fever.
  7. Hines, Justin. Rub Up, Push Up.
  8. Wilson, Delroy. Dancing Mood.
  9. The Gaylads. Stop Making Love.
  10. Marley, Rita. Pied Piper.
  11. The Soul Brothers. Lawless Street.
  12. Sir Lord Comic. Ska-ing West.
  13. The Rulers. Copasetic.

133/23: Davis, Miles. Sketches of Spain.

  1. Rodrigo, J. Concierto de Arajuez.
  2. De Falla, M. Will o' the Wisp.
  3. Evans, G. The Pan Piper.
  4. Evans, G. Saeta.
  5. Evans, G. Solea.

133/24: Joyce, Barry. The Social Leper.

  1. Joyce, B. I Still Like to Look.
  2. Joyce, B. Auburn Eyes.
  3. Joyce, B. Jazz Girl.
  4. Joyce, B. Pinch Me Please.
  5. Joyce, B. Pastoral Waltz.
  6. Joyce, B. The Social Leper.
  7. Joyce, B. and C. Reo Modern. Tequila.
  8. Joyce, B. Be Bach.
  9. Joyce, B. Seventh Heaven.
  10. Orent, M. and M. L. Williams. In the Land of Oo-Bla-Dee.
  11. Joyce, B. Thahib Ela Dalaãm.

133/25: Mahan, Bruce and the Walker Colt Band/Bruce Mahan. Cancel the Ransom...I Escaped.

  1. Life on the Road
  2. Surrender to Jesus
  3. Two People
  4. Ride with Me
  5. Grandpa
  6. Here Comes her Memory
  7. You Gotta Live Them Songs
  8. Dance Away Lover
  9. Hidden Feelings

Media - Vinyl Records - LPs

145/1: Mariachi Mexico. Mariachi.

145/2: Los Corazas. Sol Aborigen.

145/3: Los Tres Caballeros. Musart Voces, Guitarras Y Estilo.

145/4: Macias, Arturo. Maestros Del Folklore Michoacano.

145/5: Alegres De Teran. Corridoes De Contrabando.

145/6: Getz, Stan and the Oscar Peterson Trio. I want to be Happy.

145/7: La Voz De Jorge Zalamea. "El Sueno De Las Escalinatas".

145/8: 2 Mex. L.A. (like...).

145/9: Bream, Julian. Baroque Guitar.

145/10: Schubert, Franz. Die Schone Mulerin.

145/11: Sparker. The Ultimate Race to Control Time and Space.

145/12: More, Beny. De Nuevo Lo Viejo De Beny.

145/13: Various Artists. The Story of Blues.

145/14: Disco de Pepita Embil u Placido Domingo Jr. Trozos De Zarzuelas Immortales Vol. 1.

145/15: Bach. The Six Brandenburg Concertos.

145/16: Ochs, Phil. Pleasures of the Harbor.

145/17: Coltrane, John. A Love Supreme.

145/18: Various. Jazz at Columbia Dixieland.

145/19: El Trio Casindio and the Royal Chicano Air Force. Chicano Music All Day.

145/20: Lopez, Reyes. Canta Mi Ultimo Bolero.

145/21: Ocean, Billy. Caribbean Queen No More Love On the Run.

145/22: Titi Winterstein Quintett. Djinee tu Kowa Ziro.

145/23: Hare, Carlos. Pitno Al Rojo Vivo.

145/24: De Carlos. "Corrido de Dolores Huerta".

145/25: THe Perpetrators.

145/26: Schuller, Gunther. Footlefiers A Century of American Marches.

145/27: Sykes, Roosevelt. Sings the Blues.

145/28: The Firesign Theatre. Don't Crush the Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers.

145/29: El Trio Casindio and the Royal Chicano Aire Force. Chicano Music All Day.

145/30: Orozcom, Jose-Luis. Lirica Infantil Con Jose-Lius Orozco Vol. 2.

145/31: Orozcom, Jose-Luis. Lirica Infantil Con Jose-Lius Orozco Vol. 1.

145/32: Various Artists. Zoor Suit.

145/33: Various Artists. Zoor Suit.

145/34: Acerina Y Su Danzonera. Su Majested el Danzon.

145/35: Acerina Y Su Danzonera. El Centerario.

145/36: Dangones Clasicos. "Acerina" Y Su Danzonera.

145/37: La Musica De Gonalo Roig. Cantan: Esther Borja America Crespo.

145/38: Mascarones. Antologia Poesia Coral.

145/39: Sahm, Doug and Augie Meyers.The West Side Sound Rolls Again.

145/40: Various Artists. Bailes Regionales.

145/41: Banda Los Escamilla. Arriba Sinaloa!.

145/42: La Banda Sinaloense. Puro Sin Aloa.

Media - Vinyl Records - LPs

131/1: Mendez, Rafael y su Trompeta y Orquesta. "La Virgen de la Macarena" / "Carmen - Gypsy Dance".

131/2: Sanchez, Cuco con Arpa y la Guitarra de Antonio Bribiesca. "Guitarras, Lloren Guitarras".

131/3: Infante, Pedro. "La Borrachita" / "La Barca de Oro".

131/4: Herrero, Miguel. "Creaciones de Miguel Herrero".

131/5: Negrete, Jorge con el Mariachi Pulido. "Qué Suerte la Mía - Ranchera" / "La Que se Fué".

131/6: Los Churumbales de España. "Abril en Portugal - Fado Canción" / "Besito Mordelon".

131/7: Vargas, Pedro and Jorge Negrete con el Mariachi Pulido. "Amor con Amor se Paga" / "La Negra Noche- Canción".

131/8: Las Mensajeras con el Mariachi "Atotonilco". "Corrido de Cananea" / "De Puente a Puente".

131/9: Angelina y Toño con Mariachi. "Corrido Villista" / "Alma Mia de mi Grandota".

131/10: Mejía, Miguel Aceves con el Mariachi México. "Corrido de Durango - Corrido" / "Escaleras de la Carcel - Canción Ranchera".

131/11: Reyes, Ruben con Orquesta Taxco y con Orquesta de Baltazar Martinez Ramos. "Si Volviera Nacer" / "Por Ti Morena".

131/12: Dueto Sanchez: Teresita y Luis con el Conjunto Sanchez. "La Muerte de Jorge Negrete" / "Adios Mi Tierra Querida".

131/13: Negrete, Jorge con el Trío Calaveras y sus Guitarras y Orquesta. "El Charro Mexicano" / "El Dia que me Quieras".

131/14: Negrete, Jorge con el Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán. "El Rogon - Corrido" / "Solo Dios- Canción Ranchera".

131/15: Negrete, Jorge y Trío Calaveras y Mariachi Pulido. "Despierta - Canción" / "Entre Suspiro y Suspiro".

131/16: Negrete, Jorge con el Mariachi Vargas de Tacalitlán. "Cocula" / "Esos Altos de Jalisco".

131/17: Negrete, Jorge con el Trío Tamaulipeco. "El Jinete - Son Huasteco" / "Hasta Luego - Canción Ranchera".

131/18: Negrete, Jorge con el Trio Calaveras y Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán. "Al Diablo con Las Mujeres" / "Cancion Vaquera".

131/19: Vargas, Pedro con la Orquesta de Rafael de Paz. "Cosas del Alma" / "Me La Tendrás que Pagar".

131/20: Vargas, Pedro con la Orquesta de Agustín Lara. "Rosa" / "María Bonita".

131/21: Vargas, Pedro con Orquesta. "Por Dos Caminos- Bolero" / "Piel Canela - Guaracha".

131/22: Vargas, Pedro con la Orquesta de Noé Fajardo. "Noche" / "Pero No Puede Ser".

131/23: Vargas, Pedro con las Orquestas de Miguel A. Pazos y de Juan S. Garrido. "Me Gustas Mucho" / "Luna de Miel".

Media - Vinyl Records - LPs

144/1: Los Hermanos Cardenas. "Chencho y Lupe".

144/2: El Chicano. "Viva Tiraso".

144/3: Almeida, Laurindo, Martin Ruderman and Salli Terri. "Duets with the Spanish Guitar".

144/4: Stewart, Rod. "Every Picture Tells a Story".

144/5: Zalamea, Jorge. "El Sueno de Las Escalinatas: Segunda Parte".

144/6: Weigel, Helene. "Liest Brecht".

144/7: Brecht, Bertolt/ Kurt Weill. "3 Groschen Oper".

144/8: Ein Bertolt Brecht Abend Mit Therese Giehse.

144/9: Vorwarts und nicht vergessen. "Musik de Arbeiterbewegung in Dokumentaraufnahmen".

144/10: So Tanzte Man in Alt-Berlin. "Komm, Karlineken, Komm".

144/11: Busch, Ernst. 2.

144/12: Ich, Bertolt Bercht. "Gedichte, Balladen Loblieder".

144/13: Schmidt, Joseph and Richard Tauber. "Sie Begeisterten Millionen".

144/14: Berliner Ensemble. Helene Weigel Liest Brecht.

144/15: Therese Giehse Singt Brecht. "Die Lieder der Mutter Couage".

144/16: Brecht Eisler Gorner. "Texte zur Large der Nation".

144/17: Arien and Duette aus Opern Von Mozart Bethoven Wagner R. Strauss. "An Die Liebe".

144/18: Zappa, Frank. "Ship arriving too late to save a drowning witch".

144/19: Telemann, George Philippe. 3 Suites.

144/20: Cashm Johny. "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry".

144/21: Theodorakis, Mikis. "Chansons De Lutte Songs of Strife".

144/22: Mozart New Phiharmonic Orchestra and Chorus. "Don Giovanni".

144/23: Basic Library of the World's Greatest Music. Album number 5: Tachaikovsky and Stravinsky.

144/24: Basic Library of the World's Greatest Music. Album number 13: Tchaikovsky and Strauss.

144/25: Basic Library of the World's Greatest Music. Album number 14: Tchaikovsky, Berlioz, Brahms.

144/26: Solti, Sir George. "Beethoven Nine Symphonies the Chicago Symphony".

144/27: Bach. "Solisten in Tokyo".

144/28: Parker, Charlie. "Parker".

Media - Vinyl Records - LPs

143/1: Los Dos Gilbertos. "Volando Alto".

143/2: Los Cadetes de Linares. "eran Cuatro de caballo"/ "Una Lagrima y un Recuerdo".

143/3: Various Artists. "Corridos de la Revolucion".

143/4: Bach, Johann Sebastian. "6 branchenburgilche Konzerte Orchefterfuiten 2 und 3".

143/5: Callas, Gorelli, Dal Monte, Stella, Wachter, Barbieri, De los Angeles, Gedda, Gobbi, Blanca, Pirazzini, Sciutti, Sereni. "Famous Duets for the Opera".

143/6: Scarlatti, Domenico. "16 Sonatas for Harpsichord".

143/7: Bach, Handel, Telemann. "Lebendiges Barock".

143/8: Temple, Shirley. "Shirley Temple Original Soundtracks (only the record cover)".

143/9: Basic Library of the World's Greatest Music. "Album number 2: Rimsky-Korsakov and Rachmaninoff".

143/10: Basic Library of the World's Greatest Music. "Album number 3: Rimsky-Korsakov and Dvorak".

143/11: Basic Library of the World's Greatest Music. Album number: 5.

143/12: Neto, Jose. "Mountains and the Sea".

143/13: Various Artists. "The Seraphim Guide to German Lieder".

143/14: Basic Library of the World's Greatest Music. "Album number 8: Grieg and Schubert".

143/15: Lord Buckley. "a most immaculately hip aristocrat".

143/16: Banda Corrida of Mexico City. "Torero! Music from the Bull Ring".

143/17: Smith, Bessie. "The Empress".

143/18: The Comprehensive Charlie Parker. "Live Performances Volume 1".

143/19: Young, Lester, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie. "Early Modern 1946 Concert Recordings".

143/20: Mississippi John Hurt. "The Immortal".

143/21: Capirotada Nortena. "Crema Batida".

143/22: Rodriguez, Tito and His Orchestra. "Back Home in Puerto Rico".

143/23: Various Artists. "Sones Jarochos".

143/24: Jimenez Jr., Santiago. "Santiago Strikes Again".

143/25: Los Gavilanes Del Norte. "Cantares Notenos".

143/26: Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon. "Aguanta Corazon".

Mexicana/Chicana Oral Histories; Transcribed Do not copy, circulate, or quote without permission

26/1: "Maria Cervantes" by Gerardo Arenas; 01/30/1997

26/2: Elvira Beccera by Steven Lopez; 02/02/1997

26/3: Susanna Hernandez Telles by Catherine Mellen; 02/02/1997

26/4: Alicia Silva by Andrea; 02/03/1997

26/5: Elizabeth Jaramillo by Kim Gilmore; 02/07/1997

26/6: Alicia Morales by Jacob; 02/08/1997

26/7: Francisca Gandarilla by Flora de la Torre; 02/09/1997

26/8: Alma Zimmerman Quitana by Jennifer Ochoa; 02/09/1997

26/9: Maria Luisa Ramirez by Gabriela Diaz, Reflection Paper included; 02/09/1997

26/10: Ylda Delgado by Salvador Delgado, Reflection Paper included; 02/09/1997

26/11: Sylvia Unzueta by Shannon Vagge; 02/10/1997

26/12: Marta English by Daniel Kutner; 02/10/1997

26/13: Soccorro Severson by Matthew Davidson; 02/11/1997

26/14: Martha Cespedes by Christian Martinez; 02/12/1997

26/15: Leticia Alvarez by Yvonne Munguia, Reflection Paper included; 02/13/1997

26/16: Delia Herrera by Gena Franssinello; 02/13/1997

26/17: Maria Guadalupe Gonzalez Martinez by Sylvia Gonzalez; 02/14/1997

26/18: Theresa Brown Picco by Jeff Velotta; 02/15/1997

26/19: Ines Tova Aparicio by Benjamin Aparicio; 02/16/1997

26/20: Linda Paramo by April Paramo; 02/16/1997

26/21: Sylvia Castro by Nubia Flores; 02/17/1997

26/22: Refugio Hernandez by Gilbert Hernandez; 02/17/1997

26/23: Odilia Cavillo by Charie Enete; 02/17/1997

26/24: Stella Maris Ferrari by Jennifer Saam; 02/18/1997

26/25: Victoria Diaz Suera by Anna Cavazos; 02/19/1997

26/26: Nora Helfer by Leor Yerushalmi; 02/20/1997

26/27: Gladys Culum by Jodi Berkowitz; 02/20/1997

26/28: Unknown by Sean Checketts; 02/21/1997

26/29: Martha C. Alcantar by Danny Escobedo; 02/21/1997

26/30: Elisa Solis by Marco Solis; 02/23/1997

26/31: Maria Cruz Robles by Clarkaster Wayne; 02/24/1997

26/32: Cleo Cardenas by Maria Andrade; 02/24/1997

26/33: Flora Lopez by Athena Milis; 02/25/1997

26/34: Marcelina Herrera by Cruzito Cruz; 02/25/1997

26/35: Mrs. Peres and Mrs. Macias by Roberto Soto; 02/25/1997

26/36: Maria Lourdes Arroyo by Monica Gamboa; 02/26/1997

26/37: Maria Arroyo by Sonia L. Campos; 02/26/1997

26/38: Sandy Castelblanco by Sonya; 02/26/1997

26/39: Esperanza del Castillo-Galloway by Anthony Galloway; 02/26/1997

26/40: Nora Helfer by Lackey Bevis; 02/26/1997

26/41: Cristina Rodriguez Delamar by Nora Gonzalez; 02/26/1997

26/42: Gloria Farfan Martinez by Christina Viramontes; 02/26/1997

26/43: Jeanette Padilla by Jennifer Lona; 02/27/1997

26/44: Olga Moll by Cristy Carroll; 02/27/1997

26/45: Priscilla Pichardo by Diane Mercado; 02/27/1997

26/46: Esther Mercado by Diane Mercado; 02/27/1997

26/47: Remedios Gonzalez de Lara by Rosa Lara; 02/27/1997

26/48: Sabrina by Jaime Maggio; 02/1997

26/49: Rosa Ramirez Andrade Moreno by Eileen Zuniga; 02/1997

26/50: Chicano Studies Essays; 02/1997

26/51: Mary Esther Mendoza Flores by Marciano Flores and Molly Mekjavich; 03/01/1997

26/52: Elena Martinez by Veronica Martinez; 03/27/1997

26/53: Maria del Refugio Contreras by Erika Contreras; 1997

26/54: Ernestina Baldovinos by Olivia F. Ultreras; 02/26/1998

26/55: Raquel Vela Mendoza by Violeta Coto; 02/2000

26/56: Rita Virginia Aguirre Galaz by Shelley Ruelas

26/57: Linda Villareal by Larry Flores

26/58: Maria Alvarez by Corey Heimlich

26/59: Anna Morot-Guady by Kristen Klein

26/60: Mary Pardo by Jessica Lopez

26/61: Stella Muro by Kelly Lyons

26/62: Monica Molina Austin by Maricia Magana

26/63: Epifania Ramos Villegas by Rebecca Schumacher

26/64: Luz Elena Lizarraga by Alejandro Lizarraga

26/65: Maria Corona by Patricia Tiburcio

26/66: Teresa by Darlene Lara

26/67: Mrs. Pena by Melissa Pena

26/68: Mario Munoz by Brandon Lauletta

26/69: Guillermina Cortez by Patria Cortez

26/70: Mrs. Macias by Jose Macias

26/71: Zeniada Guzman Juarez by Julieta Mendez

26/72: Nancy and Patsy Nunez by Michelle Riley and Jennifer Enriquez

26/73: Maria de la Luz Gama by Carrie Arreola

26/74: Ethel de los Santos by Kenen Angeles

26/75: Celia C. Godoy by Antonio Cervantes

26/76: Linda by Alejandro Araujo

26/77: Carmen Valencia by Elisa Campbell

26/78: Margie Henderson by Brian Barrio

26/79: Maria Esperanza Gladys Esmeralda Aguirre by Debbi Serpas

26/80: Vera by Marisa Flores

26/81: Vanessa J. Garcia and her mother

26/82: Consuelo Larramendi by Irene Larramendi

26/83: Rose by Jesus Andrade

26/84: Irma Cortez by Gabriela Cortez

26/85: Manuela Parra Navarrete by Victor Navarrete

26/86: Maria Arcelia Reynosa by Jennifer Daniel

26/87: Bette by Stefanie Mejia

26/88: Marry Munoz by Lam Le

26/89: Maria Juana Figueroa by Maria Figueroa

26/90: Elena Kerry by Julie Endris

26/91: Anita by Thomas Toledo

26/92: Rose Paramo Mainez by Tamara Mainez

26/93: Marie Trujillo by Jeanna Trujillo

26/94: Carmen Gonzalez by Tara Holder

26/95: Rilma Janet Ochoa by Gaston Ochoa

26/96: Adela Jimenez Chavez by Sandra Gonzalez

26/97: Mr. and Mrs. C by Netza

26/98: Unknown Interview conducted by James Fuerte

26/99: Victorina Avalos by Jorge Avalos

26/100: Norma Morales by Brigid Morales

26/101: Nellie Jaramillo by Lisa Gonzalez

26/102: Norma Castilho by Joana Castilho

26/103: Della Bernal by Amber Mock

26/104: Piedad Lopez by Danny Lee

26/105: Claudia Irene Sandoval by Jenny Kim

26/106: Galinda Dominguez by Blanca Guzman

26/107: Teresa Zavala (Includes Reflection Paper)

26/108: Juana Pulido Gutierrez by Yesenia Gutierrez

26/109: Maria de Jesus Carrillo by Jose Mendoza

26/110: Maria Arredondo Patino by Javier Garcia

26/111: Maria Canela's mother

26/112: Sonal Kodical parents

26/113: Ruth Zamora

26/114: Nancy and Patsy Nunez by Michelle Riley

26/115: Sara by Robin Hull

26/116: Xiomara Ayala by Allison Ramay

26/117: Sara Poot Herrera by Carina Casillas

26/118: Handwritten questions

26/119: Unknown by Jorge Jimenez

26/120: Becky Kimchi and Gilma Orellana by Estela

26/121: Rebecca Echevarria by Eugene Sheynkman

Mexicana/Chicana Oral Histories; Transcribed Do not copy, circulate, or quote without permission

27/1: Roselia Virgen by Fannie; 02/15/1998

27/2: Maria Magana by Damian Magana; 02/23/1998

27/3: Paz by ellen Strickland; 02/23/1998

27/4: Virginia Navidad estrada Navarette de Dicocco by Nicole Dicocco; 02/23/1998

27/5: Maria de la Luz Rangel by Maria Plancarte

27/6: Maria del Rosario Valle by Sergio Delgado

27/7: Maria Christina Arauz by Augusto Sosa

27/8: Petra Ordonez by Adrian Ordonez

27/9: Lucila Villareal de Zerrato by Adriana Neria; 02/26/1998

27/10: Alice Moreno Navarro by Vivian Navarro; 02/26/1998

27/11: Elisea Franco by Patricia de la Torre; 02/26/1998

27/12: Esther Banuelos by Brian Wright; 02/26/1998

27/13: Jeanette Padilla by Laura Espinadola; 02/26/1998

27/14: Maritza Baida by Joseph Gomez; 03/03/1999

27/15: YBG- Disk with grades

27/16: Graciela Manriquez by Gisela Gonzalez; 02/02/2000

27/17: Celia Vasquez by Erica Vasquez; 02/05/2000

27/18: Alicia Guillen by Stephanie Nissan; 02/07/2000

27/19: Alicia Baltazar Velasco by Maribel Velasco; 02/10/2000

27/20: Maria Inez Sanchez by Hesenia Portillo; 02/11/2000

27/21: Sofia Camacho by Yajahira Martinez; 02/12/2000

27/22: Melinda Gandara by Ana Campos; 02/12/2000

27/23: Maruja Estay by Tim Gunther; 02/14/2000

27/24: Dr. Graciela Limon by Maribel Amaya and Saira Diaz; 02/18/2000

27/25: Maria Remedios Gonzalez by Luis Gonzalez; 02/18/2000

27/26: Bertha Aguilar by Ericka Aguilar; 02/19/2000

27/27: Marie Esther Loza by Imelda Loza; 02/19/2000

27/28: Maria Guadalupe Lucero de Lomeli by Claudia Chavez; 02/19/2000

27/29: Maria Concepcion by Jesus Guzman; 02/20/2000

27/30: Pascuala Rodriguez by Antonio Rodriguez; 02/20/2000

27/31: Martha Naranjo by Raquel Hernandez; 02/22/2000

27/32: Maria Luna by Ilda Luna; 02/22/2000

27/33: Guadalupe Arias Diaz by Carlos Morales; 02/23/2000

27/34: Sonia Zuniga-Lomeli by Mackenzie Ferrante; 02/24/2000

27/35: Dolores Canchola Campos by Wendy Canchola; 02/26/2000

27/36: Maria Asuncion Vallejo de Romo by Raquel Romo; 02/26/2000

27/37: Yolanda Garcia by Maria Elena Gutierrez; 02/28/2000

27/38: Hermelinda Guerrero Ureno by Dina Ontiveras; 02/28/2000

27/39: Magdalena Godinez Rangel by Sueyle Torres; 02/29/2000

27/40: Nicole Garza Bolstead by Nicole Vasquez; 02/2000

27/41: Margaret Ortega Lomeli by Veronica Lomeli; 03/01/2000

27/42: Ana Fries by Luis Favela; 03/01/2000

27/43: Antonio Padilla by Nereida Padilla; 03/03/2000

27/44: Jeanette Padilla by Claudia Rodriguez, Emily Nelson; 03/03/2000

27/45: Catalina Gomez by Luzmaria Sanchez; 03/03/2000

27/46: E.F. by Maria Elena Flores; 03/03/2000

27/47: Sylvia (Feliciano) by Alberto Feliciano; 03/03/2000

27/48: Dolores Maria Leon by Sonja Carrington; 03/03/2000

27/49: Maria Rodriguez with Carlos Rodriguez

27/50: Ofelia Esparanza by Michael Baray

27/51: Reflection papers without corresponding transcripts

27/52: Maria Gonzalez by Myrna Clarissa Mendez Lopez

27/53: Sofia Contreras by Monique Sierra

27/54: Marie Marquez by Julie Sandoval

27/55: Maria Hernandez by Mario Melera

27/56: Maria Castro by Araceli Castro

27/57: Yona Rudolf by Danny Paz

27/58: Fidelina C. Rios by Amador Rios Jr.

27/59: Mia Vela by Gabriela Tavakoli

27/60: Margarita Garcia by Jose Pastrana

27/61: Lorena Chavez by Deanna Kavanaugh-Jones

27/62: Ofelia Ybarra by Luis Garcia

27/63: Irene Garcia by Lydia Garcia

27/64: Vivinceta Cipres by Rosanna Leighton

27/65: Yolanda Dokken by Lisa Chavez

27/66: Yvonne Mantilla by Jackie Vowell

27/67: Unknown by Laura Cortez

27/68: Margarita Espinoza by Fernando Cerda

27/69: Celia Vasquez

27/70: Concepcion Lopez by Sirce Daniela Lopez

27/71: Socorro Gonzalez by Cynthia Gonzalez

27/72: Teresa Palacios by Yessica Aranda

27/73: Anna Padilla by Lupe Hernandez

27/74: Olivia by Erica Flores

27/75: Rosa Ornelas by Rick Ornelas

27/76: Socorro Torres by Jessica Lunt

27/77: Michele Milles by Diane chakos

27/78: Lucy Tumanite by Ashley Whitney

27/79: Clara McInerney by Jackie Pearson

27/80: Unknown by Kelly Galvin

27/81: Teresa Eleazar Zavala by Maria Zavala

27/82: Augustina Lopez by Sandy

27/83: Martha Hernandez by Hector Baltazar

27/84: Geramina Alman Gutierrez Burn by Andrea Palmer

27/85: Alva Gutierrez by Jacob Covarrubias

27/86: Rosie Mora/ Madeline Garcia by Katie Newton

27/87: Imelda Lozano by Marcela Torres

27/88: Carmen Martinez by Marcela Torres

27/89: Teresa Chavez by Marcela Corona

27/90: Mayra Leo by Caroline Reed

27/91: Maria Elena Lombera Valdovinos by Jorge

27/92: Lydia Contreras by Vanessa Hernandez

27/93: Jacqueline Lopez by John Hurst

Mexicana/Chicana Oral Histories; Transcribed Do not copy, circulate, or quote without permission

28/1: Zenaida Garcia by Maria Cervantes; 02/19/1995

28/2: Alvaro Angeles Zuman by Marisol Juarez-Moreno; 03/05/1995

28/3: Nohemi Villanueva by Fidel Villanueva-Ortiz; 03/07/1995

28/4: Cora Rivera Jackson by Lisa Gordon; 02/23/1997

28/5: Elizabeth Alvarado by Melina Alvarado; 01/17/1998

28/6: Esther Moya by Veronica Barraza; 01/30/1998

28/7: Herminia Jimenez Ramirez by Elizabeth Arguelles; 02/02/1998

28/8: Rita Salinas by Erika Sove; 02/04/1998

28/9: Amelia Chavez by Sandra Chavez; 02/07/1998

28/10: Manuela Venegas by Patricia Villalobos; 02/08/1998

28/11: Carmen Valencia by Rob Lozuk; 02/09/1998

28/12: Lucia Garcia by Kayla Garcia; 02/14/1998

28/13: Margarita Gonzalez by Susan Jarakian; 02/14/1998

28/14: Filogonia Larazo Onofre by Edith Cabrera; 02/14/1998

28/15: Teresa Hernandez by Denille Morris; 02/15/1998

28/16: Carmen Guerrero Gallegos by Hector Guerrero; 02/15/1998

28/17: Rene Huerta Miranda Peters by Maria Huerta; 02/15/1998

28/18: Lupe Hernandez by Greg Romero; 02/16/1998

28/19: Lenor Jimenez by Danielle MacMillan; 02/16/1998

28/20: Sylvia Nancy Maiza Ashley by Eric; 02/16/1998

28/21: Herlinda Dolores Hilsboro Humphreys by Nick Miniel; 02/16/1998

28/22: Maria Lourdes Arroyo by Deanna Kaplun; 02/18/1998

28/23: Julia Villalpando by Veronica Villalpando; 02/19/1998

28/24: Rosalia Ramirez by Nancy Montoya; 02/19/1998

28/25: Ceci Munoz by Aaron Buoncristiani; 02/20/1998

28/26: Guillermina Isabel Nazzari by R. Joy Nazzari; 02/22/1998

28/27: Julia Cuellar De Soto by Denise Soto; 02/22/1998

28/28: Lydia Cervantes by Esabel cervantes and Ana Sandoval; 02/23/1998

28/29: Yolanda Jurado by Gracie Olivarez; 02/23/1998

28/30: Laura Rodriguez by Sandra Rodriguez; 02/23/1998

28/31: Blanca Molina by Vilma Molina; 02/23/1998

28/32: Maria Chavez by Jesus Chavez; 02/23/1998

28/33: Carola Silas by Taylor Neff; 02/24/1998

28/34: (Refugio) Ouwendijk by Danielle Ouwendijk; 02/24/1998

28/35: Luz Elena Huerta by Julie; 02/24/1998

28/36: Carmen by Kamala Cameron; 02/25/1998

28/37: Ingrid Garcia by Jessica Hernandez; 02/25/1998

28/38: Maria Valle by Sylvia Nielsen; 02/25/1998

28/39: Maria Elena Hurtado Caballero by Laura Melgoza; 02/25/1998

28/40: Lupe Valenzuela by Magdalena Rodriguez; 02/25/1998

28/41: Ms. Nellie Rodriguez by Amy Julia Baird; 02/25/1998

28/42: Josefina Aguirre by Carlos Gudino; 02/25/1998

28/43: Maria Guadalupe Puga by jane Lee; 02/25/1998

28/44: Rosa Pisano by Alison Epstein; 02/25/1998

28/45: Belina Contreras De Jauregui by Jorge Cabrera; 02/25/1998

28/46: Maria Dolores Arreola de Diaz by Veronica Diaz; 02/25/1998

28/47: Carolina by Victor Gonzalez; 02/25/1998

28/48: Gloria Ann Ascencio by Joan Santiago; 02/25/1998

28/49: Diana Cantu by Blanca Cortez; 02/25/1998

28/50: Kathy Miniel by Breanna M. Szabados; 02/25/1998

28/51: Ana Serrano by Zoe Heimann; 02/25/1998

28/52: Maria de Lourdes Gonzalez Loera by Laura Gonzalez; 02/26/1998

28/53: Carmen Mendoza by Daniel Mendoza; 02/26/1998

28/54: Rose Martinez by Angela Martinez; 02/26/1998

28/55: Judith Martinez by Marlene Martinez; 02/26/1998

28/56: Antonia Benitez De Satamaria by Norma Benitez; 02/26/1998

28/57: Magdalena Alvarado de Castillo by Adriana Castillo; 02/26/1998

28/58: Annemari Perez by Melissa Martin; 02/26/1998

28/59: Esperanza lopez by Daian Valdez; 02/26/1998

28/60: Amada Ramirez by Juan Ramirez; 03/06/1998

28/61: Susana Ramirez Marquez by Marie Hernandez; Winter 1998

28/62: Conni Alamdan by Philip Bennet; 02/03/2003

28/63: Ramora Ramirez by Ivan ramirez; 02/16/2003

28/64: Esther Valenzuela by William Chavez; 02/23/2003

28/65: Elizabeth Gomez by Maura Madov; 02/25/2003

28/66: Maria Guillen by Marisela Guillen; 03/02/2003

28/67: Mary Ellen Arellano by Melissa Olague; 03/04/2003

28/68: Maria Trujillo by Omar Trujillo; 03/04/2003

28/69: Lourdes Tapia by Cristina Tapia; 03/04/2003

28/70: Sofia Reyes by Sandra Quezada; 03/04/2003

28/71: Victoria Yansen by selena nakano; 03/04/2003

28/72: Carmen Perez by Maricela Savadera; 03/05/2003

28/73: Maria Juarez by Chris Dale; 03/06/2003

28/74: Ana Maria De Hoyos by Gregory Sadikoff; 03/06/2003

28/75: Feliza Murietta by Vanessa Murietta; 03/06/2003

28/76: Teresa Hernandez by Nick Miluso; 03/07/2003

28/77: Margoth Mata by Brenda Mendoza; 03/07/2003

28/78: Martha Martinez by Anne Yeager; 03/07/2003

28/79: Catalina Lugo by Kathleen Matlock; 03/07/2003

28/80: Catalina Guzman by Kathleen Matlock; 03/07/2003

28/81: Bianca F Perez by Patricia Perez; 03/07/2003

28/82: Maria Elena Reyes by Kathryn Moraga; 2003

28/83: Suzanna Torres Ponte by Mona

28/84: Lucrecia Rodriguez by Rosemary Rodriguez

28/85: Ruth Hine by Jeff Hine

28/86: Georgina by Nadia

28/87: Asuncion Marquez de Pardo by Katrina Pardo

28/88: Anita by Krista Kline

28/89: Vilma Luz Flores by Cindy Flores

28/90: Sara Puma by Frank Oliver Gonzalez

28/91: Maria Martinez and Laura Mancinni by Jennifer Naujock

28/92: Yolanda Garcia by Kenara Musgrove

28/93: Calla Savadera by Julia Bracamonte

28/94: Katrina Watt by Alex Froloff

28/95: Dora Celina Romero by Shawn Casey Romero

28/96: Christina by Ryan Jones

28/97: Carmen Salinger-Cavarrubias by Darrell Ehrlich

28/98: Lilia Marie Houston by Lisa Hurst

28/99: Raquel by Marlene Valenzuela

28/100: Mike's mother by Mike

28/101: Louise Robledo by Gloria Zizumbu

28/102: Soccorro Rodriquez by Sandra Rodriguez

28/103: Gloria Ahuero Vargas

28/104: Marina Ramirez by Teresa Ramirez

28/105: Maria DeLa Cruz de Noble by Jennifer Lamb

28/106: Elisa Ocampo by Elizabeth de Fazio

28/107: Juana Ledesma Acosta by Cuca Acosta

28/108: Hilda Quiroz Rincon by Yarida Hurtado

28/109: Lola Lerma by Ramon Lerma

28/110: Perla Ramides Inda by Brittany Bair

28/111: Miriam Duarte by Marilyn Gomez

28/112: Martha Parricia Soto by Briana

28/113: Rose by Sylvia

28/114: Transcription of Tape recording: Unknown by "H"

28/115: Diane Diaz Gomez by Oralia

28/116: Lucia Madden

28/117: Benigna Contreras by Unknown

28/118: Christine Leon by Unknown

28/119: Natalia Baltazar Nunez by Grandchild

28/120: Unknown

28/121: Unknown by Francine

28/122: Unknown by Veronica Gaono

28/123: Gloria Ramirez Moreno by Shannon Hinshaw

28/124: Maria Hernandez by Unknwon

28/125: Christine Iriat by Unknown

28/126: Josefina Gomez by "Q"

28/127: maria Fitzsimons by Esie

28/128: Oral History of a 59 year old woman born in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico, by unknown

28/129: Claudia cruz Shay by Bethany Remy

28/130: Martha Romero by Elizabeth Romero

28/131: Martha Casarez by Jessica Romero

28/132: Ortencia Tobar by Maggie Galicia

28/133: Maria T Boschee by Brad Richter

28/134: Rosa Arguijo by Kimberly Arguijo

28/135: Elizenda Cervantes by Lily Robles

28/136: Iona Star by Estela Guevara

28/137: Corina Tinoco by Michelle Taylor

28/138: Quirina Martinez by Justin Ashby

28/139: Maricela's Sections

28/140: Carol Fujimora by Tony Gomez

28/141: Maria Elena Reyes by Unknown

Music Memorabilia, Items of Interest, and Miscellaneous papers

2/1: 1992 National Hispanic Entertainment Directory edited by Ramon Hernandez, ISSN 1061-270, 1992

2/2: 1999-2000 Mid & Southwest Hispanic Entertainment Directory, 2000

2/3: Tejano Journal, February 2003

2/4: Latin Vibes Magazine, February/March 2001

2/5: The Journal of Texas Music History Volume 3 Number 2, Fall 2003

2/6: Latin Music and Entertainment Magazine International, December-January 2000

2/7: Latin Music and Entertainment Magazine International, September-October 1999

2/8: Native Women's Narratives & Biography with floppy disk titled "Native Women's Narratives Bibliography in MLA with annotations and without

2/9: Book Chapter- "Indianizing Catholicism: Chicana/India/Mexicana Indigenous Spiritual Practices in our Image" by Yolanda Broyles-Gonzalez with a photograph and notes

2/10: Nican Tlacah Ilhuitl Indigenous Peoples Day at Arizona State Capital information packet, emails and newspaper clipping about the event

2/11: Printout of email with the subject "Mariachi, Bordering on the Mainstream", 2004

2/12: Social Justice Education Project 2005 Newsletter and 2004 Newsletter, 2004-2005

2/13: Photo of Cesar Chavez seems to be taken from a magazine

2/14: The Realm of Hip-Hop (course assignment) with printouts of song lyrics from various hip-hop artists

2/15: Ernesto Galarza Commemorative Lecture presented by Dr. Americo Paredes a booklet from Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1986

2/16: Tejano Conjunto Festival in San Antonio, 1983

2/17: Picante Magazine Volume 1 No. 3, 1978

2/18: El Corrido de Cecilia Rios: Study Guide a film by Kristy Guevara Flanagan, 2000

2/19: Red Ink Magazine: A Native American Students Publication Volume 16.2/17.1 (2 copies), 2012

2/20: Documents about Yolanda's retention at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 2004

2/21: Course Materials for Oral Tradition and Music includes syllabus, course readings, exams, and handouts, 1979-2011

2/22: Texas Entertainment & Hispanic Music Industry Directory, 1990

2/23: 1980s Tejano Music Memorabilia - various flyers and newspapers, 1980s

2/24: La Estrella de Tucson Anol. 1 No. 37, 2005

2/25: Latino Star Magazine, May 13, 2001

2/26: Pages from Latino Star, Junio 7, 2001

2/27: Latino Star Magazine, April 29, 2001

2/28: Latino Star Magazine, May 20, 2001

2/29: Latino Star Magazine, May 6, 2001

2/30: Latino Star Magazine, April 15, 2001

2/31: La Prensa, April 7, 2001

2/32: Tonantzin Vol. 13, No.1, May 1997

2/33: Tonantzin Vol. 2, No. 3, May 1985

2/34: Gonzalez Ancestry- 12 photos

2/35: Local Hero Certificate presented to Francisco Gonzalez by The Santa Barbara Independent, 1987

2/36: Texas Musicians Memorabilia, 1980s

2/37: Sheet Music for various versions of a pieces titled "El Son 'So'"

2/38: Documents regarding Francisco Gonzalez "the Gift El Regalo Mexican Harp"

2/39: Composition Notebook (author and subject not known, need to feel out better)

2/40: Binder with items relating to Guadalupe Custom Strings (seems to be pricing of various items, it will need to be deconstructed)

2/41: Tejano Conjunto Festival en San Antonio Program, 1983

2/42: Francisco Gonzalez's resume and related documents

2/43: Press items and programs for XYZ (???)

2/44: Certificate of Recognition from The Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation to Francisco Gonzalez, January 26, 1991

Oral History Project Documents

7/1: Grandma Liz "The Ringleader of Them all" by Rosemary Castillo, term paper, February 29, 2000

7/2: Anaia Garcia- Interview: Susana Flores (paper), Interview analysis (paper) and DVD of interview, April 30, 2012

7/3: Chicana Women An Oral History: Interview with Rosaura Martinez Hernandez (paper) and 2 two RadioShack tapes, October 2007

7/4: Courtney Waters- One Historia of Ivonne Gaitan Romero (paper), transcription of interview (paper) and CD-R of interview recorded on April 26, 2012, May 2012

7/5: Lisette and Mathra Barragan- La Historia de mi Madre! (paper), transcription (paper) and DVD-R of interview, April 24, 2012

7/6: Nancy Jimenez- La historia de Maria Rocha (paper) and DVD-R of the interview, May 1, 2012

7/7: Jeannette Moreno- Oral History of Marisela Moreno (paper) and 2 CD-R of interview, April 27, 2012

7/8: Jennifer Contreras and Rosario Valasquez Sanchez Paper and CD titled Rosario Jennifer, April 25, 2012

7/9: The Narrative of Maria Luz Marquez de Perez by Joel A. Saldana Perez (paper), transcription and CD of interview, March 15, 2012

7/10: Interview with Amanda Zavala Morales May 6, 2012 with transcript and analysis by Alicia Morales, May 8, 2012

7/11: We are Strong: Una historia de Alicia Margarita Hernandez by Andrea Hernandez Hom (paper), transcription and CD of interview from March 1, 2012, Spring 2012

7/12: Unlabeled TDK DVD

7/13: Alex Paredes' interview of Maria del Refujio papers and CD, April 20, 2012

7/14: Maintaining Hozho in a Modern World: A Dine Women Speaks (Aresta Tsosie La Russo) by Katherine Brooks (paper), transcription and CD, April 28, 2012

7/15: CD labeled "Thaly's Oral History MAS: 585"

7/16: En Lak Ench: You are my other me by Thalia Marlyn Gomez Torres transcription of interview with Sonia Gomez Torres and analysis, April 29, 2012

7/17: Annette Verdugo person interviewed: Isabel Verdugo Transcription and analysis, CDs labeled part # 1 and part #2, April 27, 2012

7/18: Jianna Limon's interview of Maria Limon transcription and analysis, CD of interview, April 28, 2012

7/19: La Historia de Irma Zacarias Del Cid by Paula Marie Cruz transcription and analysis, May 1, 2012

7/20: LeeAnn Ladphair's interview of Carmen Cecelia Cervanto Agular transcription and analysis, and CD of the interview, April 30, 2012

7/21: Maritza Noriega's interview of Rosalva Cota transcription, analysis and CD, May 5, 2012

7/22: Her Namesake by Carolina Alonzo (paper), transcription and CD of interview with Carolina Moreno Alonzo

7/23: Priscilla Perez interview of Elvia De La Cruz with analysis, transcription, two personal photos and CD, April 29, 2012

7/24: Sabrina Garcia's interview of Marty Cortez transcription and CD, April 22, 2012

7/25: Bettina Trujillo's interview of Rosario Valdez de Martinez analysis, transcription and CD, May 1, 2012

7/26: Arizona State Museum Many Mexicos by Syrena Arevalo, May 1, 2012

7/27: Syrena Arevalo's interview with mother analysis and transcription, and CDs labeled Interview pt. 1 and pt. 2, May 1, 2012

7/28: Alexandria Partida's interview of My Abuela Christina transcription and analysis with 1 GB SD card (note- I kept it in the blue pock folder so the SD wasn't lost), April 19, 2013

7/29: Jacobo Xavier Ramirez's interview of Nellie Bustillos analysis, transcription and CD, April 25, 2013

7/30: Sylvia Martinez interview of Mirna Peru transcription, analysis and DVD-R, April 20, 2013

7/31: Christina Galvez's interview of Maria Jesus Contreras transcription, analysis and CD

7/32: Alex Romero's interview of Linda Romero transcription, analysis and DVD-R, April 23, 2013

7/33: Robert Teran's interview of Rosemary Teran CD Disk 1 and CD Disk 2, transcription and analysis, April 17, 2013

7/34: CD Labeled "Dr. YBG Oral History and Documents"

7/35: Kenny Johnson's interview of Gloria Cardenas transcription, analysis, and DVD-R, April 6, 2013

7/36: Tolling and Struggling: Rosa Maria and a Life of Wisdom by Christopher Montoya, transcription and DVD-R, April 23, 2013

7/37: Many Mexico's Exhibit by Jennifer Contreras, May 5, 2012

Papers

4/1: Walker, Phillip L, John R. Johnson. Effects of Contact on the Chumash Indians.

4/2: Remedios de la Guerra

4/3: 1824 Chumash Uprising and Toypunno

4/4: Gender Status Decline Resistance and Accommadation. Ed Castillo, 1994

4/5: John Johnson The Chumash and the Mission, 1989

4/6: Senan, Jose. The Ventureno Confesionario of Joes Senan., 1967

4/7: Printouts: Ecology & Native Spirt by Eva Uran, The Free of Peace, and The Great Law of Peace: A Message From Chief Jack Swamp

4/8: Pilulaw Cover and other Photos

4/9: Pilulankhus and ESME on missionization, March 14, 2001

4/10: Jackson, Helen Hunt. Report on the condition and needs of Mission Indians.

4/11: Copy of a timeline for Pilulaw Khus.

4/12: The Non-Progressice Great Spirit

4/13: Geneva, 1977: A Report on the Hemispheric Movement of Indigenous Peoples

4/14: Interview with Michael Khus-Zarate with YBG: Conversation notes and Transcription Sides 1-5, August 15, 2001

4/15: Manuscript of Earth Wisdom: California Chumash Women by Yolanda Broyles-Gonzalez and Pilulaw Khus; With emails and permission forms; two photos, 2011

4/16: IV School curricular Material: Resources Submitted to teachers by YBG to combat racism/sexism/Classism. Isla Vista School is near UCSB- Santa Barbara, California, 2002

4/17: Traweek, Sharon. Beamtimes and Lifetimes the World of High Energy Physicists., 1988

4/18: Concept Paper Truth and Reconciliation, December 1999

4/19: 1878: Experiences of the Spanish Solider by Rafael Gonzales and Thomas Savage

4/20: Kashwa Cieneguitas; What Became of the Barbareno Indian Reservation

4/21: Strange Species: The Boomer University Intellectual Reviewed by Matt Bokovoy, 2007

4/22: SBA-550, October 6, 1999

4/23: Disciplining the Savages Savaging the Disciplines by Martin Nakata, 2007

4/24: When Natives Talk Back: Chicano Anthropology Since the Late '60s by Benato Rosaldo

4/25: Pilulaw Khus Book; relevant secondary materials LA Times and others

4/26: Nots on Pilulaw; Conversation YBG/Michael Khus

4/27: Book Excerpt Chapter 11: An Indigenous Standpoint Theory

4/28: Native Women, Gender and Sexuality: The Unspoken, The Unthought in Borderlands Historiography by Antonia I. Castaneda, 1998

4/29: Letter between YBG and John Anderson on his Chumash writings, 2007

4/30: Various handwritten notes

4/31: Current Anthropology Forum: The Making of Chumash Tradition; 2 Copies, 1998

4/32: Chumash Maritime Association Document

4/33: Chumash Maps

4/34: Doctoral Degree Proposal by YBG; Degree in Chicana and Chicano Studies at UCSB 2000 and PhD in Mexican American Studies at Univ. of Arizona

4/35: Various handwritten notes

4/36: Pilulaw Khus Notes, January 22, 2002

4/37: Pilulaw Khus Notes, December 31, 2006

4/38: Mission Indians in California

4/39: Earth Wisdom Contract

4/40: Pilulaw/List of Platicas

4/41: 09-10 Pilulaw Reviews

4/42: Steve Chawkine: Chumash Language brought back from the brink, April 20, 2008

4/43: Printouts: American Indian Freedom of Religion Fact Sheet, Antap Structure and The Upper World of the Chumash

4/44: Larson/Johnson/Michaelson: Missionization Among Coastal Chumash, 1994

4/45: D. Castillo. The Native Response to Colonization of Alta California., 1989

4/46: Berkhofer, Jr, Robert F. The political Context of a New Indian History; Levantamiento! The 1824 Chumash Uprising.

4/47: Ishi in Three Centuries edited by Karl Kroeber and Clifton Kroeber, 2003

4/48: Castillo, Edwars. Pandemic of 1801., 1999

4/49: Chumash Women: Voices from Six Generations (newspaper artcule); The First People Finding the Chumash Way (newspaper Artcle); Interview with Michael Khus (Chumash)- Son of Pilulaw Khus (CD-R), July 1998

4/50: Heizer, Robert F. A California Messianic Movement of 1801 among the Chumash.

4/51: Hudson, Dee Travis. Chumash Canoes of Mission Santa Barbra: the Revolt of 1824., 1976

4/52: Cortes, Juan. The Doctrina and Confesionario of Juan Cortes., 1979

4/53: Earth Journal Vol. 3 No. 10, October 1992

4/54: A Brief Story of Santa Barbara by Edwards Selden Spaulding, 1964

4/55: Northern Chumash Council documents topic oil spill and cleanup, September 1992

4/56: Cordero, Maria. Legislative Subordination of California Indians: From Statehood to Civil Rights Movement (1850-1960)., 2003

4/57: Chumash DNA and Weird Science

4/58: Juanita Centeno notes

Papers

6/1: Chicano Studies 138: Barrio Popular Culture Course Materials, Spring 1998

6/2: Introduction Irquoain Women pages 1-10 and Bibliography by B. Mann, 2000

6/3: Introduction pages 3-16 Women and Power in Native America edited by Laura Klein and Lillian Ackerman, 1995

6/4: California History: Spanish Period

6/5: Guin, Ursula K. Le. The Wave in the Mind: Talks and Essay on The Writers, The Reader, and the Imagination., 2004

6/6: Cordano's Apology, 1998

6/7: Fujimura, Carlo. Theory versus Reality: Identity Discourse and American Indians.

6/8: Hokan Language Family Tree includes Chumash

6/9: Chumash Maritime Association Update Letters, 1996-1997

6/10: YBG's Lydia Mendoza book song lyrics reprint agreement, 2000

6/11: Letters from Ft. McDowell Mohave Apache Indian Community, 1981

6/12: Bio-Bibliographic Update, 2002-2004

6/13: Chicano Studies 137 Readings Professor YBG, Winter 1995

6/14: YBG vs. UC Injunction, September 12, 1997

6/15: Media on YBG vs. UC

6/16: YBG vs. UC Complaint various articles, flyers and press statements

6/17: YBG vs. UC

6/18: YBG Walking in Beauty

6/19: National Committee on Pay Equity: Newsletters and various articles on the topic

6/20: Mario Garcia Sexual Assault articles

6/21: YBG Head Annual Performance Evaluations, 6/30/2005

6/22: YBG Annual Review Letters and Documents, 2004

6/23: Commission on the Status of Women General Meeting documents, 2004

6/24: The 6th International Forum for the Study of Literary Cultures of the American Southwest: Posters and name tag, 2005

6/25: YBG Annual Review documents and various academic documents, 2006

6/26: SBS Developments Cornerstones for Learning: College of Social and Behavioral Sciences The University of Arizona, Winter 2006

6/27: DVD- Titled University of Arizona Women's Plaza of Honor UA Journal, October 2005

6/28: Teatro Chicana Final with Foreword , November 14, 2006

6/29: Lydia Mendoza Texas Public Radio

6/30: Radio interview on Will am 580 topic Chelo Silva and her Influence of Chicana and Latina Feminist Movement; Email and DVD

6/31: Ochoa, Maria. Creative Collectives: Chicana Painters Working in Community., 2003

6/32: Letter from Cushing Library to YGB on adding her collection to Cushing, June 2, 2006

6/33: Latina Latino Studies Program University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Newsletter

6/34: Flyers: The Rolando Hinojosa-Smith Lecture Series Presents: "Chelo Silva and the Soundtracks of Chicana/Latina Feminist Movements" lecturer YBG, 2006

6/35: 2nd Annual Latino Heritage Symposium "Resistance in Latin American Communities" Flyer and program, February 24-25, 2006

6/36: Gender Studies Documents: Esperanza peace & justice center Letter; WOSAC Book Group; event flyer

6/37: YBG Annual Review documents and academic documents, 2005

6/38: The Dedication of the Women's Plaza of Honor Programs, invitations and certificate, September 30, 2005

6/39: WOSAC 9th Annual Women who Lead Reception, November 3, 2005

6/40: The Way Up Conference 15th Annual Conference for Women in Higher Education: Power of Women Telling Their Stories: Programs, Certificates and YBG document for conference entitled The Power of Women's Words, February 11, 2005

6/41: MELUS rejection letter for YBG Manuscript "El Teatro Campesino "from the barrio to Broadway": Selling Out the Revolution?", March 14, 2005

6/42: Take Back the Night Planning Committee emails and flyers, 2007

6/43: YBG Annual Review documents and academic documents, 2008

6/44: Email about LUNAFEST film fest and Program from 6th Annual Film Festival LUNAFEST, March 7, 2007

6/45: Arizona Women's Conference Program, September 26, 2007

6/46: The National Council for Research on Women letter and information, 2007

6/47: YBG Annual Review documents and academic documents, 2010

6/48: A Valentine's Symposium programs and notes, February 12, 2010

6/49: YBG Annual Review documents and academic documents, 2011

6/50: The Phi Beta Kappa Society Senate nomination documents, constitution and bylaws, and handbook for members booklets, 2011

6/51: CD-R entitled "Tellez", 2011

6/52: 2011 Scholars' Symposium Bridging our Future: Culture, Conflict & Convergence; programs and YBG speech notes, April 29, 2011

6/53: Student Letter from Cindy Padilla to YBG, October 28, 2008

6/54: YBG Annual Review documents and academic documents, 2008

6/55: YBG Critics and notes on manuscript from Duke University "La Yiyiyi: Impacts of La Lupe", April 28, 2008

6/56: 6th Annual Arizona Women's Conference: Program, and emails about YBG volunteering, 2008

6/57: YBG Annual Review documents and academic documents, 2009

6/58: UNCG School of Music Conference Feminist Theory and Music 10: Improvising and Galvanizing Program and poster, May 27-31, 2009

6/59: The Phi Beta Kappa Society Senate nomination letters, 2009

6/60: Various German newspaper clippings, 2000

6/61: "Zum Beispiel Hünxe: Lesung zum Thema "Gewalt gegen Ausländer" German book with a collection of newspaper articles, 1992

6/62: Chicano Studies 1C: Introduction to Chicano Cultural Studies Volume 1 Professor Yolanda Broyles-Gonzalez, Spring 1994

Papers

3/1: Dr. John Anderson, Chumash Writings Newspaper print outs; The Moon, Mars and Chumash Traditionalism; Costal Band Respond to National Seashore Study; Kuta Teachings; Swedish Article on Chumash Politics Dismisses Radic and Anderson; Responsible Research and the Chumash Indians of California; The Chumash Indians and the California Spaceport; Haley & Wilcoxon: The Chumash Controversy Continues; Jonjonata: And Chumash Indian Traditionalism, 2001, 2003

3/2: Maria Solares on the 1824 Revolt, 1975

3/3: Berkhoffer, Robert F. Cultural Pluralism Vs. Ethnocentrism in the New Indian History., 1987

3/4: Dartt Newton & Erlandson. Little Choice for the Chumash., 2006

3/5: Chicana/o Studies as oppositional Ethnography by Angie Chabram

3/6: Library Resources

3/7: Chumash. Peace Studies Mediation/Cordero, 2003

3/8: Chumash Nation Syllabus, Summer 2003

3/9: Native Readings Pertineui to Chumash Nation

3/10: Crystals In the Sky Class Notes

3/11: Chumash Nation Syllabus, Spring 2003

3/12: Chumash Nation Session # 6 Outline for Discussion

3/13: Newspaper Clippings: Who Would dare call a warrior 'squauw'? and Gold, Greed

3/14: Speaking Notes

3/15: Reading Responses from Students, April 14, 2003

3/16: Reading Responses from Students, April 17, 2003

3/17: Weekly Reports from students, April 10, 2003

3/18: 193 Chumash

3/19: Term Papers from Chumash Nation Course, 2003

3/20: Chicana Slavery

3/21: Weekly Reflection From Chumash Nation Course, May 2003

3/22: Maria Cordero- Chumash Slavery. Independent Study Papers.

3/23: Chumash Maritime American Indian Heritage: papers and Costal Voices Newsletters, 1997-1998

3/24: Julia Cordero on Chumash: Paper and two audio tapes, 2003

3/25: Julia Cordero Original paper, 2003

3/26: YBG Originals Current Anthropology

3/27: Crystals in the Sky

3/28: Fernando Librado

3/29: Chumash Course Reader

3/30: The Eighteen Unratified Treaties of 1851-1852 Between the California Indians and the United States Government by Robert F. Heizer; publisher Department of Anthropology University of California, Berkeley, 1972

3/31: Government + Spiceny

3/32: Articles from Ch. St. 193 Prof. Broyles-Gonzalez Part 1, Summer 2003

3/33: Articles from Ch. St. 193 Prof. Broyles-Gonzalez Part 2, Summer 2003

Papers and Chumash Books

5/1: McLendon, Sally and John R. Johnson. Cultural Affiliation and Lineal Decent of the Chumash People in the Chumash Islands and the Santa Monica Mountains., December 1999

5/2: Quincy D. Newell. The Indians Generally Love Their Wives and Children: Native American Marriage and Sexual Practices in Missions San Francisco, Santa Clara and San Jose., 2005

5/3: Humqaq (Western Gate) by Michael Khur Zarate, 1998

5/4: Perdue, Theda. Writing the Ethnohistory of Native Women., 1977

5/5: Noriega, Chon A., Eric R. Avila edt et al. The Chicano Studies Reader: An Anthology of Aztlan, 1970-2000.

5/6: Geiger, Maynard and Antonio Ripoll. Fray Ripoll's Description of the Chumash Revolt at Santa Barbara in 1824., 1970

5/7: Comaroff, John and Jean Comaroff; Chapters 1 and 9. Ethnography and the Historical Imagination

5/8: Pilulaw Khus introduction Book Concept

5/9: Timbrook, Jan. Vegetation Burning by the Chumash., 1982

5/10: Harris, Carl V., Jarrell C Jackson, et. al. "Santa Barbara Presidio Area 1840 to the Present"., 1993

5/11: Williams Jr., Robert A. Like a Loaded Weapon: The Rehnquist Court, Indian Rights, and the Legal History of Racism in America. With flayer advertising a talk done by the author., 2007

5/12: Journal of the Southwest Volume 29 No. 4 Winter 1987. Weber, Charles. John Francis Bannon and the Historiography of the Spanish Borderlands: Retrospect and Prospect., 1987

5/13: Greenwood, Roberta S. The California Ranchero: Fact and Fancy., 1989

5/14: Wilson, Angela Cavender. Power of the Spoken Word: Native Oral Traditions in American Indian History., 1997

5/15: Awesasne Notes

5/16: Stannard, David E. American Holocaust: The Conquest of the New World., 1992

5/17: Women's Medicine Ways: Cross Cultural Rites of Passage by Marcia Starck with Gynne Stern

5/18: Austin, Alfredo Lopez. The Rabbit on the Face of the Moon: Mythology in the Mesoamerican Tradition., 1996

5/19: Deloria, Vine. Custer Died for Your Sins: an Indian Manifesto. Chapter 4, and 7-10.

5/20: Iohono O'odham Citizenship Movements Documents

5/21: Native American Publishers and Biblio

5/22: Grad History Release Form Blank

5/23: American Genesis Chapter 5 Sinking the Bridge

5/24: Pilulaw Contract University of Texas, 2002

5/25: Michael A. Zarate- Stanford paper American Indian ways of knowing YBG's

5/26: Chumash Press; Various Newspaper Clippings

5/27: Chumash Remains newspaper clipping, 2001

5/28: Haley, Brain D. and Larry R. Wilson. Anthropology and the Making of Chumash Traditions., 1997

5/29: Haley, Brain D. Going Deeper: Chumash identity, scholars, and spaceports in Radic' and elsewhere., 2002

5/30: Haley, Brain D and Larry R. Wilcoxon. Discussion and Criticism on "Complicities and Collaborations"., 2000

5/31: Pilulaw Intro. And Panchitz Notes

5/32: Pollution- Toxins

5/33: Sense of Place edited by Steven Feld and Keith H. Basso., 1996

5/34: DNA and "Ancestry" newspaper clippings and email

5/35: Tambiah, Stanley Jeyaraja. Magic, science, religion, and the scope of rationality., 1990

5/36: Deloria Jr., Vine. The World we Used to Live In., 2006

5/37: Pilulaw Khus Lecture Notes, 2002

5/38: Pilulaw Khus Women and Colonization, 2002

5/39: Pilulaw letters and student comments

5/40: Forbes, Jack D. Ethnocide by Exclusion: Anglo-American Supremacy and K-12 Curriculum.

5/41: Age of Exploration: Arrival of the Spanish, The Presidio, Mission Santa Barbara and Ranchos by Esmeralda B.G. (coloring book and history)

5/42: Booklet about the People of The Longhouse with drawings by John Fadden, title and author not listed

5/43: Schaaf, Gregory. The Great Law of Peace and The Constitution of the United States of America.

5/44: Trejo, Mary. Memories of Growing up in Lopez Canyon as Descendant of Chumash Mexican Mission Church., 2000

5/45: Chumash Bibliography

5/46: Burro Willow's symbols and meaning

5/47: A Chumash Christmas: Virgin Birth of a Wondrous Child by Dr. John Anderson

5/48: The Santa Barbara Presidio

5/49: Post 9/11 Surveillance/Patriot Act Article clipping and handout

5/50: Nabokov, Peter. Reconstituting the Chumash: A Review Essay., 1989

5/51: Sandos, James A. Christianization among the Chumash: An Ethnohistoric Perspective., 1991

5/52: Applegate, Richard B. The Datura Cult Among the Chumash., 1975

5/53: A Brief Story of Santa Barbara; book printout cover page with title and author missing

5/54: Chumash articles about development over burial grounds

5/55: Yano, Lester I. Protection of the Ethnobiological Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples., 1993

5/56: Guest, Francis F. An Examination of the Thesis of S.F. Cook on the Forced Conversion of Indians in the California Missions., 1979

5/57: A Chumash Saint and the Politics By Lizbeth Hassa

5/58: The Chumash People: Materials for Teachers and Students. Santa Barbra Museum of Natural History; Santa Barbra, California, 1991.

5/59: Laird, Carobeth. Encounter with an Angry God. New York: Ballantine. 1975.

5/60: Collected by J.P. Harrington and Edited by Thomas C. Blackburn. December's Child: A Book of Chumash Oral Narratives. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1975.

5/61: Edited by notes by Travis Hudson, Thomas Blackburn, Rosario Curletti and Janice Timbrook. The Eye of the Flute: Chumash Traditional History and Ritual as Told by Librado Kittsepawit to John P. Harrington. Santa Barbra Museum of Natural History; Santa Barbra, California, 1978.

5/62: Brusa, Betty War. Saniman Indians of California and their Neighbors. California: Naturegraph Publishers, Inc., 2005.

5/63: Gibson, Robert O. The Chumash. New York:Chelsea House, 1991.

5/64: California's Chumash Indians. EZ Nature Books, 2002.

5/65: Miller, Bruce W. Chumash: A Picture of Their World. California: Sand River Press, 1988.

Personal Papers and Photographs

2/1: YBG Photos. Parade and Peformance, San Antonio

2/2: Valerio Longoria- Tejano Conjunto

2/3: YBG Photos, La Fulga (Flea Market) in San Antonio

2/4: Lydia Mendoza's Morante birthday party

2/5: YBG Photos. Artist Cesar Martinez, Teatro Guadalupe (San Antonio)

2/6: Performance in Soledad Prison

2/7: German Cheyenne Indian Club in the Black Forest

2/8: San Juan Bautista- Teatro Campesino/ F. Gonzalez and YBG

2/9: Teatro Campesino Members

2/10: san Francisco/ Galeria. Negatives

2/11: Teatro de la Esperanza, San Antonio

2/12: Centro Cultural Aztlan Awards, San Antonio

2/13: Teatro Campesino- framed picture

2/14: Posada/ Santa Barbara, California

2/15: Las Posadas at Sra. Lupe Benitez- Santa

2/16: Lydia Mendoza and YBG

2/17: List of pictures in YBG Books

2/18: Pictures- Lydia Mendoza's dresses and posters

2/19: Photos- Lydia Mendoza

2/20: World Music institute, Inc.- Lydia Mendoza tapes

2/21: Mendoza's 85th and book signing at Plaza del Zacate, San Antonio

2/22: Mendoza with dress; Mama and Yollie at Guenther

2/23: Crucifixion del migrante

2/24: California Chicano Murals

2/25: Culiacan, Guagmas, Tucson, and Papy's 45th birthday

2/26: Guadalajara

2/27: California and Frankreich

2/28: Chicano Demo

2/29: Abuelita

2/30: Photos- Lydia Mendoza (labeled historic)

2/31: YBG Photos

2/32: Photographs from correspondence

2/33: Photograph- Vigilancia Popular

2/34: Lydia Mendoza

2/35: Rosa Reyes- Video cassette

2/36: Misc pictures and fliers found in the photo Box

2/37: Holz-Bilder photos: Wood, Black Forest, Germany

2/38: YBG photos (unknown location)

2/39: Photos from various years

2/40: YBG- Photos of her caata Nessita, Juan Ruflo (author mexicano), Italy and Spain

2/41: YBG- Nessita the cat

2/42: Ruflo

2/43: YBG- Portugal, East Germany, Mexico and misc.

2/44: Mexico (Maya), Black Forest, Countryside

2/45: Photobook- Mau, Leonore und Hubert Fichte (Texte) "Xango: Die afroamerikanischen Religionen, Bahia, Haiti, Trinidad."

Personal Papers and Photographs

Yolanda Broyles-Gonzalez's contracts, Standford University, Raza Unite, Lydia Mendoza, photos, and biographical information

1/1: Unused Contracts, 1977

1/2: YBG hiring evaluation for Stanford University 1992 Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano, 1980-1992

1/3: YBG Activism- Raza Unite in support of Rudy Acuña, 1991

1/4: Papers from Lydia Mendoza's Trunk, 1992-1993

1/5: YBG Biographical information, 1977-1993

1/6: Photos from Lydia Mendoza's Trunk, No dates

1/7: Photos from Posters- Including Lydia Mendoza, No dates

1/8: Photos- Lydia Mendoza Wedding Day

1/9: Guadalajara- Mercado

1/10: Kinder Van Tio Mateo

1/11: Tucson Airport, Abuelita, Culiacan, Christine, and Palo Alto; Tia Margarita

1/12: Mazaltan

1/13: Sabino Canyon

1/14: Teatro Libertad

1/15: Jan and David Hochzeit

1/16: Dartsmouth, Pittsburg

1/17: Subject Unknown

1/18: YBG in Germany and France 1970s- Contact Sheets and Negatives- 1

1/19: YBG in Germany and France 1970s- Contact Sheets and Negatives- 2

1/20: Provence, France

1/21: Germany- Many portraits of Siegfried Bartels. (YGB's Photography Teacher)- Basil Straufent Bollschweil

1/22: Germany

1/23: Mexico, Yucatan

1/24: Culiacan Portraits- negatives

1/25: Contact Sheets and Negatives of trip with Julieta Arana and Jan Wezelman through Europe-1

1/26: Contact Sheets and Negatives of trip with Julieta Arana and Jan Wezelman through Europe-2

1/27: Arendt and Potertaten - 15-4-78, East Berlin (near Potsdam)- of East German writer (deceased) and artist Hannelore Teutsch; East German Officials on Arendt's 75th birthday, April 15, 1978

1/28: Pearce, Arizona Cemetery

1/29: Tucson Pueblo Center- eatro Libertad: Negatives

1/30: Danielito, Tucson

1/31: Tucson

1/32: California- Palo Alto on Ozean

1/33: Tio and Tia Tonio- Mojolo

1/34: Teatro Libertad Papp- Tucson

1/35: Sasabe Cemetery

1/36: Writers in Berlin: Hubert Fichte, Erich Arendt, etc. v.1

1/37: Writers in Berlin: Hubert Fiche, Erich Arendt, etc. v.2

1/38: YBG Photos- 1970's Germany

1/39: Tucson Demonstration Chicana

1/40: Photos of San Antonio, Texas Parade

1/41: YBG Travels in 1980's- New Orleans, Mazatlan, San Antonio. 1/2

1/42: YBG Travels in 1980's- New Orleans, Mazatlan, San Antonio. 2/2

1/43: Teatro Campesino Core Members- plus Rene Yanez, Director of Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco

1/44: Slides-San Antonio Chicana Poet Angela de Hoyos Performing at El Mercado and Maria Cervantes tape

1/45: YBG in San Antonio

1/46: YBG teaching German course at UTSA

1/47: Beach, Boat, and Local Life pictures (location not specified)

1/48: YBG Photo Collection: Texas, San Antonio and Austn; Union Organizers

1/49: YBG Housewarming in San Antonio; Artist Cesa martinez, Writer Rudy Rosales; Conjunto Pioneer- Valerio Longoria at Mission County Park, San Antonio; JL Birthday

1/50: YBG Photos in Provence, France, and San Antonio

1/51: Self-portraits from Freiburg, Germany

1/52: YBG performs at 1st Conjunto Festival in San Antonio

Publicity Materials

10/1: Diary kept by Francisco Gonzalez, 1984

10/2: Diary kept by Francisco Gonzalez, 1985

10/3: Photos and Articles of Yolanda Broyles Gonzalez and Francisco Gonzalez including newspaper and magazine clippings, a poem written for Francisco Gonzalez, and family and publicity photos

10/4: Documents found with Yolanda Broyles Gonzalez addendum German Books including Notes from German 210 Seminar, an excerpt from a German book, a newspaper clipping found in Alfred Doblin: Berlin Alexanderplatz Roman, and a newspaper clipping found in Coming to Terms

10/5: Music memorabilia Box, fabric rectangle with stamp design

10/6: Production photos from the play "Una Pastorela" and cast photos from the play "Corridos", 1995, 1984

10/7: Collection of unlabeled publicity photos and film negatives

10/8: Publicity photos of Francisco Gonzalez, 1982

10/9: Vista Phoenix Gazette newspaper article, 1988

10/10: Publicity Photos and Film Negative of Frank Gonzalez, 1989

10/11: Various publicity papers of Francisco Gonzalez including an itinerary and university letter for 1991 University of Western Washington performance, a printed email response to an honorarium inquiry, a resume and biography, a newspaper clipping, flyers and schedule for 'Presidio Days', a press release and thank you email for his symposium at Whatcom Museum, a letter from California State University, a flyer for a benefit for Acuna vs. UC Regents, and a newspaper article clipping

10/12: Publicity Photos of Yolanda Broyles Gonzalez

10/13: Play publicity including flyers for "La Virgen del Tepeyac" and "Corridos", programs for "The Ages" and "If These Walls Could Speak", a newspaper clipping, a critics award for "Corridos", a folder for "Una Pastorela" containing various materials, and a folder for Francisco Gonzalez's musical album "El Regalo"

10/14: Mexican Calendar Photos and article with notes, 1999

10/15: A Plaque honoring Francisco Gonzalez, 2009

10/16: removed for mapcase Poster for "Tres Cuentos del D.F." directed by Francisco Gonzalez (2 copies); Poster for "Una Pastorela, "1989; Poster for "Una Pastorela," 1993

Research Materials for Pilulaw Khus and Lydia Mendoza original cassette

3/1: Master of Lydia Mendoza last recorded concert, 4/26/86

3/2: Pilulaw Khus, 10/9/97

3/3: Pilulaw Khus on Chumash Society recorded in Prof. Y Broyles-Gonzalez at UC Santa, October 9, 1997

3/4: Dub Pilulaw Khus continues after lecture, 2/12/01

3/5: Pilulaw Khus on the Topic Women/Earth/Water, 12/12/06

3/6: Pilulaw Khus "Nuclear Energy in Native America", May 4, 2000

3/7: Pilulaw Khus United Nations Nuclear Energy (Incomplete), 5/20/00

3/8: Pilulaw Khus et al on KPFK United Nations conference on Nuclear Energy, May 2, 2000

3/9: Pilulaw Khus Master Side 3 of 3, 1/18/00

3/10: Pilulaw Khus Master of lecture in YBG class on the concept of 'Time', 1/18/00

3/11: Pilulaw Khus converstion with Michael Khus Zararw Master, 7/19/98

3/12: Pilulaw Khus on point concpcion interview of Pilulaw Khus by Michael Zarate Khus, 7/19/98

3/13: Pilulaw Khus at UCSB Intro. To Chicana Studies, 1/21/97

3/14: Pilulaw Khus 'On Land' Master, 1/22/02

3/15: Pilulaw Khus Dub side 1,2 of 5, 8/15/01

3/16: Michael Khus-Zarate Conversation with Prof. YBG on Chumash Native American Archival materials side 5 of 5, 8/15/2001

3/17: Michael Khus-Zarate Conversation with Prof. YBG on Chumash Native American Archival materials side 3/4 of 5, 8/15/01

3/18: Interview with Pilulaw Khus, Dec. 12,2000

3/19: Pilulaw Khus International Women's Day 1993 (Original), 1993

3/20: Pilulaw Khus International Women's Day 1993 (Copy), 1993

3/21: Pilulaw Khus International Women's Day side 3 &4, 1993

3/22: Pilulaw Khus (and others) International Women's Day side 5&6, 1993

3/23: Unlabled Sony cassette tape

3/24: Pilulaw Khus Master from video, 10/9/97

3/25: Pilulaw Khus Los Dsos, CA with YBG Side one, 12/31/06

3/26: Pilulaw Khus Pilulaw Khus Los Dsos, CA with YBG Side 3&4, 12/31/06

3/27: Pilulaw Khus Pilulaw Khus Los Dsos, CA with YBG Side 5&6, 1/2/07

3/28: Pilulaw Khus side 7 of 7, 1/3-1/4/07

3/29: Pilulaw Khus on leak Side 1, 4/10/03

3/30: Pilulaw Khus Side two, 4/10/03

3/31: Pilulaw Khus On land San Simeon Side 1 and 2, 2/4/2003

3/32: Pilulaw Khus 'Storytelling' tape 1, 11/22/02

3/33: Pilulaw Khus #2 Side 1 &2, 11/22/02

3/34: Pilulaw Khus #3, 11/22/02

3/35: Pilulaw Khus #1 in Morro Bay, 11/22/02

3/36: Pilulaw Khus IB, 1/22/02

3/37: Pilulaw Khus IB Side 3 of 3, 1/22/02

3/38: Conversation Pilulaw Khus at Good Earth, June 1, 2001

3/39: Pilulaw Khus Chumash, 3/14/01

Writings

60/1: Gaitan Articles Drafts, 2000-2001

60/2: Lydia Mendoza Fliers, 2001

60/3: "Lydia Mendoza and the Social Powers of the Oral Tradition" Lecture by YBG 12-2-2006, December 2, 2002

60/4: Performance Artist Maria Elena Gaitan: Mapping a Continent without Borders, 2003

60/5: Book Review- Re-emerging Native Women of the Americas: Native Chicana Latina Women's Studies, 2003

60/6: Renato Rosaldo Lecture, Undated

60/7: "Hinojosa's Klail City y sus Alrededores: Oral Culture and Print Culture" Lecture, Undated

60/8: Final Copy July 1984 Women in Ect Original, Undated

60/9: TC Letterhead, Undated

60/10: El Teatro Campesion: Original Manuscript part One, Undated

60/11: El Teatro Campesion: Original Manuscript part Two, Undated

60/12: Nachwort 34 Klail City und Sliae Umgebung, Undated

60/13: PHOTOS: Institute of Texan Cultures, 1934-1985

60/14: Houston Public Library Document, 1978

60/15: Lydia Mendoza: Oral History (Houston Library) 4/5/1979, 1979

60/16: Lydia Mendoza Articles, 1981-1982

60/17: Three Women's Text and a Critique of Imperialism, 1986

60/18: Pastorela Slides, 1986-1987

60/19: Documents: Institute of Texan Cultures, 1987

60/20: The Americas Review, 1988

60/21: Interpreting Women's Lives ed Personal Narratives Group, 1989

60/22: Storied Lives, 1992-1993

60/23: Lydia Mendoza Permission, 1992-1998

60/24: Pastorela Photograph, December 1993

60/25: Yolanda Broyles-Gonzalez, Mary Rojas Munoz/ Preliminary Research, January 20, 1993

60/26: Oral History, 1993

60/27: Subjectivity, Identity and the Body, 1993

60/28: Behar: Translated Work, 1993

60/29: Kendall Hunt Publishers, 1995-2002

60/30: Candida Jaquez on Mariachi, 1996

60/31: Performance Theory, 1996

60/32: Epilogo, 1996

60/33: Ma. Elena Gaitan/ Mendoza, 1996

60/34: UT Press, Mendoza; Reader's Evaluations, 1996-1998

60/35: Lydia '92 Doc Some Chronological data, 1998

60/36: YBG/ Mendoza Lecture Notes, 1998-1999

60/37: Table of Contents, 1998-2000

60/38: Kendall Working File, 199-2001

60/39: L. Mendoza Photo Orders, April 1999

60/40: Mendoza CD-- Oxford Correspondence, 1999

60/41: Preliminary Mendoza CD Search, 1999

Writings

YBG publications from 1979 to 2002.

61/1: Lydia Mendoza: Huston Library Photos for Book, 1999

61/2: Mendoza Intro Working Copy, 1999

61/3: Oxford Correspondence, 1999-2000

61/4: Lydia Mendoza: Book Permission, 1999-2000

61/5: Lydia Mendoza, 1999-2000

61/6: Kendall Hunt, 2000

61/7: Valadez Artwork Copies, 2000

61/8: Kendall Hunt Permissions, 2000-2002

61/9: Lydia Mendoza: Ester Hernandez Art Work

61/10: Lydia Mendoza: Original Photos/ Houston Library, Undated

61/11: Lydia Mendoza: Photos, Undated

61/12: Lydia Mendoza: Caption Manuscript, Undated

61/13: Diane Rodriguez Cover Photo, Undated

61/14: Veronica Valadez 20 Symbols, Undated

61/15: Trin Min Ha, Undated

61/16: Polity Press, Undated

61/17: George Lipsitz- Dangerous Crossroads, Undated

61/18: Life/ Lines/ Theorizing Women's Autobiography, Undated

61/19: Chicano Cinema Research, Reviews and Resources, ed. by Gary d. Keller

61/20: Der zerstuckte Traum Fur Erich Arendt by Agora

61/21: Journal- Ibero Americana, no. 2/3, 6 Jahrgang 1982

61/22: The Rolando Hinojosa Reader, ed. by Jose David Saldivor, vol. xii Fall-Winter, 1984

61/23: Chicana Vocies: Intersections of Class, Race and Gender; CMAS, UT Astin

61/24: YBG- The German Response to Latin American Literature

61/25: Der Dichter ist kein verlorener Stein Uber Neruda (YBG Artical on pg. 180)

61/26: Der Dichter ist kein verlorener Stein Uber Neruda, published by Luchterkund

Writings

56/1: Bless Me, Ultima Paper, 1965- 1991

56/2: On Orality Lecture, Institute of Texan Cultures 1983, 1970-1983

56/3: YBG Notes for German Hinojosa Article, 1974-1990

56/4: On Rolando Hinojosa, 1979

56/5: KEDA Lecture/ "El Relampago", 1982-1985

56/6: Las Posadas Paper MLA, 1985

56/7: List of Publishable Papers and Manuscripts, 1985-1999

56/8: MLA Chicanas and Oral History, 1987

56/9: WIG 1987, 1987-1988

56/10: Various Papers: Mine and Others, 1987-1996

56/11: Turkish Woman sent to Genders and Feminist Studies, 1988

56/12: Cheyenne in the Black Forest, 1988-1992

56/13: German Translation Final Draft, 1989

56/14: Turkish Women GSA, 1989

56/15: Los Angeles Times, 1989-1992

56/16: Pastorela On Orality Lecture, Institute of Texan Cultures 1983, 1990-1993

56/17: One Woman Shows, 1991-2000

56/18: La Llorona, 1991-2003

56/19: Essays in Chicana Herstory, 1992-1997

56/20: Cesar Chavez Memorial, 1993-1997

56/21: Breathing the Silence: Chicana/o Slavery + Historiography, 1993-2002

56/22: Lecturer Political Economy of Chicana/o, 1994

56/23: One Women Shows, 1995-2000

56/24: California's Backlash: Birthing Pains for the New Civil Rights Movement, November 1996

56/25: Music + Chicano Civil Rights, 1997

56/26: 1999 NACCs Keynote, 1997-1999

56/27: YBG Lectures in Progress: Rage against the machine, 1997-1999

56/28: Speech 5 de Mayo, 1997-2000

56/29: Chicana/o Slavery, February 1998

56/30: Theatre from the streets: El Teatro Campesino and the Carpa Tradition 1998, 1998

56/31: YBG Lecture: One Indigenous Family Pole to Pole 2002, 1999-2002

56/32: Speech, September 16, 2000

56/33: Partera, Undated

56/34: Zapatista Indigenous Week Blessing 14, Undated

56/35: "Healing the Earth" YBG, Undated

56/36: In our Image: Chicana/India/Mexicana Spiritual Practices, Undated

Writings

Start of Lydia Mendoza Research.

58/1: D. Reidel Publishing Company Agreement, 1974-1975

58/2: Native America Materials, 1976-2003

58/3: Concilio Mundial, 1977

58/4: Collected Note cards- Germany; Research Notes, 1977-1982

58/5: Gutachen Zu Oscar Lewis' Die Kinder von Sanchez, 1981

58/6: Chicano Literature Project Anthology, 1982

58/7: Indigenous Materials, 1988-2003

58/8: Gaitan Scripts, 1993-2002

58/9: Scil-ovce Wars Partera, 1994-1998

58/10: 1B: Maria Elena Gaitan, 1997-2001

58/11: MEG Editorials, 1999-2002

58/12: Conference Notes, 1999-2003

58/13: Gaithan Monterrey, 2000-2001

58/14: MEG Photos and Article, 2002-2003

58/15: Suhrkamp Juan Rodolfo Book, Undated

58/16: Nachwort zu Klail City und Umgebung, Undated

58/17: Restricted

58/18: Restricted

58/19: YBG Note cards G-O; Various Papers written in German by YBG, Undated

58/20: On Autobiography, 1984-1992

58/21: Mendoza Library, 1984-1998

58/22: Music and Social Movement: Music of the Chicano Movement, 1990-1996

58/23: Social Movement Articles, 1992-1997

58/24: UCSB Lydia Mendoza Lecture, 1993-1997

58/26: History/ Oral History of Lydia Mendoza- Notes, 1993-1998

58/27: Autobiography of Lydia Mendoza 2, 1996

58/28: Autobiography of Lydia Mendoza 3, 1996

58/29: YBG Media Originals, 1997-1998

Writings

Continuation of Lydia Mendoza Research and other writings.

59/1: Oxford Final Contract, 1997-2000

59/2: Lydia Mendoza and YBG Oxford Book Contract, 1998

59/3: Mendoza Book Publicity, 1998-2001

59/4: Mendoza Book Photos, 2001

59/5: Photos: Historic Paper Copies of jpeg files, Undated

59/6: Press Conference Photos, Undated

59/7: Lydia Mendoza- Walk of Fame, Undated

59/8: YBG Bio, Undated

59/9: Lydia Family, Undated

59/10: Lydia Mendoza 3, Undated

59/11: Autobiography of Lydia Mendoza, Undated

59/12: Women in TEATRO/ Women in Teatro, 1983-1984

59/13: Corridos San Diego/Old Globe Oct. 4, July 18, 1984

59/14: Current Publications, Materials and Papers, 1984

59/15: Autroenlexifeon de Lat American Lit., 1984-1985

59/16: Y.J. Boryles Reviews (Musica) San Antonio Light, 1984-1985

59/17: On Rosa Reyes (1985- she died in 2005), March 18, 1985

59/18: Culture and Commodifications, 1985-1986

59/19: Theatre Review and Miscellaneous Papers, 1985-1989

59/20: Sabine Hebenstreit: FrauenRaume und Weibliche Identitaet, 1986

59/21: Lex. Lat Autorew- Suhrkamp Fertige Texte, 1986-1987

59/22: Carmen Tafolla, 1986-1989

59/23: Inside/Outside German Culture- Thoughts, Notes, Bibliography, 1987-1992

59/24: Turkish Women revised for Female Studies and Norma Alarcon, 1989

59/25: Corridos- Short Paper, Drafts, 1989-1990

59/26: Raza Struggles at UCLA- YBG Papers- UCLA 1993 Hunger Strike, 1990-1997

59/27: UCLA Struggle for Chicano Studies, 1993-1998

59/28: Behren's: Weise Frau, 1994

59/29: Lydia Mendoza- Ranchera Music, 1997-1999

59/30: YBG 2005 Merit, 1984-2004

59/31: YBG Copy 10/26/99 Lydia Mendoza- Background and Analysis, October 26, 1999

59/32: Lydia Mendoza and the Social Powers of Music by YBG, 1999

Writings

63/1: Chicana Traditions: Continuity and Change.; ed. by Norma E. Cantu and olga Naiera-Ramirez, 2002

63/2: Article- "Die lateinamerikanische Literatur and Pablo Neruda im deutschen Sparchraum", 1981

63/3: Article- "Brecht: The Itellectual Tramp: An Interview with Luis Valsez", 1983

63/4: Reviews/Essays and Articles- 1984-1985- San Antonio Light News, 1984-1985

63/5: Article- "Hinojosa's Klail City y sus alrededores Oral and Print Culture", 1985

63/6: Article- "Women in El Teatro Campesino: Apoco Estaba Molacha la Virgen de Guadalupe?", 1986

63/7: YBG Promotion Case- 1991- Creative Activities, 1986-1990

63/8: Teatro Campesino- Interview- Felipe Cantu, July 1987

63/9: YBG Merit Documents 1998, 1988-1998

63/10: Article- "Towards a Revision of Chicano Theatre History: The Women of El Teatro Campesino", 1989

63/11: Article- "Cheyennes in the Black Forest: A Social Drama:, 1989

63/12: Article- "The Living Legeacy of Chicana Performers: Preserving History through Oral Testimony", 1990

63/13: Article- "What Price of 'Mainstream'?: Luis Valdez' Corridos on Stage and Film, 1990

63/14: Article- "Turkische Frauen in der Bundersrepublik Deutschland: Die Macht der...", 1990

63/15: 1997 Research and Prof, 1990-1997

63/16: Article- "Native Dialectics and Cultural Subversion: The Santa Barbara Pastorela", 1991

63/17: Merit 97 Correspondence, 1991-1998

63/18: Various Essays, 1992

63/19: 1997-1998 Merit; Bio Bib and Self-Assess, 1992-1999

63/20: 1997 Prof. Activity, 1993-1997

63/21: University Service, 1993-1997

63/22: Undergrad Teaching and Special Initiatives, 1994-1997

63/23: 1997 Research and Creative, 1996-1998

63/24: YBG Publications, 1996-1999

63/25: LMRI, 1996-2000

63/26: Posadas, Add to viewer guide, 1997

63/27: Mummer's Play, 1997

63/28: Correspondence to YBG regarding permissions and the using of her publications, 1997-1999

63/29: Lydia Mendoza article and winter Season of Darkness and Light Teacher's Guide, 1997-2000

63/30: Article- "El Teatro Campesino", 1998

63/31: Reviewer Reports effective 7/1/97, 1998-1999

63/32: Article- "Engendering Strategies", 1999

63/33: Short Article- "Lydia Mendoza: A Living Legend", 1999

63/34: Article- "El Teatro Campesino...", 2000

63/35: Article Reprint- "Colonizing the Colonizer..."; "La Llorona Legend..."; "The Legendary Lydia..."; "Lydia Mendoza's Songworld..."; "Engendering Strategies..."; "Press Statements"; "Towards a Re-Vision", 2001

63/36: Oral History- "An History with Chumash...", 2001

63/37: Into to Book- "Introduction to Re-Emerging...", 2001

63/38: Article: Hispanic Business, December 2002 "Media Markets Report", December 2002

63/39: Article-- "Ranchera Music(s)..."; "Indianizing Catholicism...", 2002

63/40: Article-- "Book Review of Jorge Huerta's...", 2002

63/41: Work in Press, Article- "Performance Artist: Maria Elena Gaitan", 2002

63/42: YBG- Bio-Bibliographic Update, 2002

63/43: Ester Hernandez portraits of Lydia Mendoza, Undated

63/44: Photo of Lydia Mendoza, 1948

63/45: Days of Darkness and Light, Undated

Writings

62/1: 1978 Intro and German translation Einleitung: Oekonomischer Voelkerord via, 1974

62/2: YBG interview with Andre Gunder Frank (later published in my German translation), 1976

62/3: Article- "Erich Arendt und die lateinamerikanische Literatur", 1978

62/4: San Antonio Light Press releases/ show programs, 1978-1985

62/5: Program Dia de la Raza: Mexican American Cultural Center, 1980

62/6: Book (translation) "Klail City y sus alrededores", by Rolando Hinojosa, 1980

62/7: Diss. The German Responce Title Page, 1981

62/8: Article- "Die lainamerikanische Literatur and Pablo Neruda im deutschen Sparchraum", 1981

62/9: Article- "Brecht: The Intellectual Tramp: An Interview with Luis Valdez", 1983

62/10: San Antonio Light newspaper articles on Chicano theater, 1984-1985

62/11: 1984-1985 Reviews/Essays and Articles in San Antonio Light News, 1984-1985

62/12: Y.J. Broyles Review and Notes for the San Antonio Light, 1984-1995

62/13: S.A. Light YBG Night Club series, 1985

62/14: Article- "Hinojosa's Klail City sus alrededores Oral and Print Culture", 1985

62/15: Article- "Women in El Teatro Campesino: Apoco Esta Molacha la Virgen de Guadalupe?", 1986

62/16: Turkish women in th FRG: The Power of Representation, 1988

62/17: Turkish women in th FRG: Abridged version, 1988

62/18: Article- "Towards a Re-Vision of Chicano Theatre History: The Women of El Teartro...", 1989

62/19: Article- "Cheyennes in the Black Forest: A social drama", 1989

62/20: Article- "The Living Legacy of Chicana Performers Preserving History through Oral...", 1990

62/21: Article- "What Price 'Mainstream'?"; Luis Valdez Corridos on Stage and Film, 1990

62/22: Article- "Turkische Frauen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Die Macht der...", 1990

62/23: Journal publications on Chicano theater/ culture, 1990-2002

62/24: Other Publications; YBG all publications, 1991

62/25: Article- "Native Dialectics and Cultural Subversion: The Santa Barbara Pastorela", 1991

62/26: Asociacion Nacional de Grupos Folkloricos, 1992

62/27: Article- "El Teatro Campesion...", 1998

62/28: Article- "Engendering Strategies...", 1999

62/29: "Lydia Mendoza, A Living Legend" 1999, 1999

62/30: Article- "El Teatro Campesino...", 2000

62/31: Co-authored Commentary "Test Score Rankings...", 2000

62/32: Article Re-print: " Colonizing the Colonizer...", 2001

62/33: Article Re-print: "La Llorona Legend...", 2001

62/34: Article: "The Legendary Lydia...", 2001

62/35: Article Re-print: "Lydia Mendoza's Songworld...", 2001

62/36: Article Re-print: "Engendering Strategies...", 2001

62/37: Document: "Press Statment...", 2001

62/38: Article Re-print: "Towards a Re-Vision...", 2001

62/39: Oral History "An Oral History with Chumash...", 2001

62/40: Intro to Book "Introduction" to Re-emerging..., 2001

62/41: Article- "Ranchera Music(s)...", 2002

62/42: Article- "Indianizing Catholicism...", 2002

62/43: Book Review "Book review of Jorge Huerta's...", 2002

62/44: Work in Press Article Re-print in Book "The Living Legacy of...", 2002

62/45: Work in Press Re-print Essay "What Price Mainstream?", 2002

62/46: Work in Press Article Performance Artist: Maria Elena Gaitan, 2002

62/47: Magazine articles and interview with Vargas Llosa, Undated

62/48: Order forms for El Teatro Campesino Book and an interview with Luis Valdez by YBG, Undated

62/49: Conjunto Club Series Y.J. Broyles S.A. Light, Undated

62/50: Article- Intro and German Translation "Einleitung: Oekonomischer Voelkerod via monetaristischer...", 1980

62/51: Teatro Campesino- Europe Tour Photos- Originals, 1980

62/52: Article- "The German Response to Latin American Literature and the Reception...", 1981

62/53: Book (translation) "Klail City y sus alrededores," by Rolando Hinojosa, 1981

62/54: Book (translation) "Klail City y sus alrededores, (Klail City und Umbegund- a second edition...", 1981

Writings

57/1: YBG- Neruda Manuscript, 1963-1981

57/2: Bewerbungen, Gutachten Curriculum Vitae, 1968-1982

57/3: Lectures and info Women in Teatro, 1969-1984

57/4: Representations of Woman In Luis Valdez Mainstream Production, 1979-1989

57/5: Teartro Mujeres wit +misc., 1980-1984

57/6: Info. On Women (Mixed), 1980-1989

57/7: Chicana/Latina Research Advisory Council, 1980-1993

57/8: Carmen Tafolla, 1983-1986

57/9: All drafts of etc.. Women Summer 1989, 1984-1986

57/10: LULAC Presentation Mexicana in the 80s (Publications in Progress), April 13, 1985

57/11: Chicano Drama 188a Quizzes and Exams, 1985

57/12: Chicano Studies 188a Texts, 1985

57/13: 5th reworking women in Teatro, 1985

57/14: 1985 Santa Barbara Cuatro Apariciones Production, 1985

57/15: Case Newsletter (Fall Quarter 1986), 1986

57/16: Chicano Drama Paper, 1986

57/17: Women of Teatro Campe: Revisions Oct 1986 Fifth Reworking (5th), 1986

57/18: Women of El Teatro campesino 10/14/1986 and Abstracts of works in progress, 1986-1989

57/19: Women Etc Lynda Hart/University of Michigan Paper, 1987-1988

57/20: UC Davis and UCLA Lecture Women of Etc Paper, 1987-1989

57/21: YBG Draft article on Corridos (Teartro Camp) for publication

57/22: German Studies/ Emory Conference, 1988

57/23: Lynda Hart/ U. Mich Press, 1988-1989

57/24: Pastorela work in Progress (Publications in Progress), 1990

57/25: The Year 2000 (Publications in Progress), January 20, 1993

57/26: Pastorela: Testimonio on Early Performances (Publications in Progress), 1994

57/27: In Our Image (Publications in Progress), 1994-1995

57/28: An Oral History with Chumash Elder Pilulaw Khus, January 21, 1997

57/29: Chicano/ a Latino/ a studies in the Masters House, October 22, 2001

57/30: YBG Article, Undated

57/31: YBG Manuscript Neruda, Undated

57/32: Towards a re-vision: Women of TC Word Processed- 6th reworking, Undated

57/33: MALCS 1995 Plenary Address 23 (Publications in Progress), NO Date

57/34: Chicano Drama, Performance, Society and Math Book Review, Undated

Yolanda Broyles-González and Francisco González Archive

  • TxAM-CRS C000105
  • Collection
  • 1930-2015

The Dr. Yolanda Broyles- González & Francisco González Archive is a rich borderland Mexican-American collection with a focus on performance arts, theater, and music.  Dr. Broyles-González studied and lived in Germany for twelve years, in Berlin, Freiburg, and Hamburg. She published the first translations of Chicano literature into German and she was instrumental in bringing Chicano/a literature and history to European readerships and consciousness. 

Broyles-Gonzalez, Yolanda

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