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Ernesto Mejia Sanchez Collection

  • US TxAM-C C000578
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This collection pertains to Ernesto Mejia-Sanchez, who was a major Nicaraguan diplomat, poet, scholar, and critic whose papers are primarily in Spanish. Materials include photographs, correspondence, writings, publications, newspapers, course writings, and research materials from archives and libraries around the world.

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Warrington Penn Portraits

  • US TxAM-C C000576
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  • 1848-1876

These two volumes documents feature the personal and political reminiscences of journalist William S. Robinson and were edited and published by his wife in 1877. In the first edition, the first volume was expanded to two with extra illustrations (142 portraits and 53 autograph letters from prominent Americans of the time). Writing as “Warrington,” the journalist was especially noted for his reform positions and radical anti-slavery voice. The portraits and views represent a wide range of 19th-century American historic events, sites, and public figures.

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"We demand that this University cut all ties to racist South Africa” flyer from U.C. Berkeley.


“Join the National Network in Solidarity with Black People’s Demand for Reparations” by the Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade


“Why we are for Roosevelt,” by The Publishers of People’s Voice (reprint from the New York People’s Voice July 15, 1944).


“Why I Remain a Negro,” by Walter White, reprinted from the Saturday Review of Literature, October 11, 1947.

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