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subj9. Holdings related to Latinx Communitites

 Record Group
Identifier: subj9
Holdings related to Latinx Communitites

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

American Missionary Association archives

Identifier: 001
Scope and Contents This collection is a valuable resource for the study of the abolitionist movement. It includes approximately 350,000 manuscript pieces. The mass of these was written during the period from 1839 to 1882, but several thousand are dated before and after that time. The manuscripts include some of the treasurers’ papers and minutes of Executive Committee meetings, as well as other items such as sermons, statistical reports, drawings, photographs, and essays; however, letters make up the large...
Dates: Created: 1828-1969; Other: Majority of material found in 1839-1882; Other: Date acquired: 08/22/1968

Elizabeth Catlett papers

Identifier: 078
Scope and Contents The papers of Elizabeth Catlett, sculptor, graphic artist, teacher, and political activist, consist of correspondence, audiotape cassettes, biographical data, news clippings, notes, photographs, exhibition catalogs, posters, writings, and a reel-to-reel film. The papers have been arranged into three general groups: correspondence, non-correspondence and oversized items, and is arranged alphabetically according to topic and chronologically within each file unit. Non-correspondence includes...
Dates: Created: 1959-1984; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1984

Francisco Mora papers

Identifier: 574
Content Description

Francisco Mora is a renowned Mexican painter and printmaker, as well as the husband of artist Elizabeth Catlett. His papers include a resume, correspondence, newspaper clippings, exhibition announcements, lists of Mora's works, photographs, sketches, and writings by Mora. Additionally, the papers consist of five file units of curriculum vita, resumes, contracts and material on his various exhibitions. Also included are two photographs of Mora and cards with prints of his artwork.

Dates: Other: 1973-2001

Richard H. Newhouse, Jr. papers

Identifier: 271
Content Description The papers include correspondence, legal documents, collected printed items, clippings, and other materials generated in the case of Mars, Ketchum, and Newhouse v. Jane Byrne and the City of Chicago to stop a remapping attempt that would have disenfranchised numerous African American and Hispanic voters in Chicago. The suit was successful and led to greater support for Mayor Harold Washington from the African American and Hispanic constituency.  Other items in the collection relate to Logan...
Dates: Other: 1980-1986