MS 205 Mario T. Garcia Chicano Collection

Summary Information

San Diego History Center Document Collection
Garcia, Mario T.
Mario T. Garcia Chicano Collection
MS 205
Date [inclusive]
7.75 Linear feet (12 boxes)
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English and Spanish.
This collection contains papers relating to the professional and political life of Chicano scholar and historian Mario T. Garcia during his years in San Diego in the early 1970s.

Preferred Citation

Mario T. Garcia Chicano Collection, MS 205, San Diego History Center Document Collection, San Diego, CA.

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Biographical / Historical Notes

Mario T. Garcia received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in History at the University of Texas, El Paso. He went on to receive his Ph.D. at the University of California, San Diego. While going to school for his Ph.D., Garcia was a lecturer in Chicano Studies and History at San Diego State University. He held that position from 1970 to 1974. While teaching at SDSU, he was involved in the campaign to establish a Center for Chicano Studies on-campus, while also working closely with the student-run organization MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán). He was also active in the Open Admissions controversy at SDSU, and the movement surrounding Third College at UCSD, as well as a member of the Young Socialist Alliance and Raza contra la Guerra. Garcia was awarded his Ph.D. in history in 1975 based on his doctoral dissertation titled “Obreros: the Mexican workers of El Paso, 1900-1920.” In 1975, he began working at the University of California, Santa Barbara as Acting Assistant Professor of Chicano Studies and History, where he continues to teach today. His other teaching positions included teaching at Third College at the University of California, San Diego and at San Jose State College. Garcia also taught at Yale briefly from 1990 to 1992, later returning to his position as a faculty member at UC Santa Barbara. Along with being a professor of Chicano Studies, Garcia has written a variety of articles for publication and was involved in composing the anthology entitled New Perspectives on Chicano History. Garcia currently serves as the Director of the Latino Leadership Project and the Research Liaison between the Department of Chicano Studies and the Center for Chicano Studies at UCSB. A 2009 Guggenheim Fellow and Fullbright Scholar, Garcia has received numerous book awards including the 1998 Virginia McCormick Scully Literary Award and the 1981 and 1990 Southwest Book Awards. Some of his books include  Desert Immigrants: The Mexicans of El Paso, 1880-1920 (1981),  Mexican Americans: Leadership, Ideology, and Identity, 1930-1960 (1989),  Católicos: Resistance and Affirmation in Chicano Catholic History (2008) and  Blowout: Sal Castro and the Chicano Struggle for Educational Justice (2011).

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Scope and Content

This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Chicano scholar Mario T. Garcia during his time in San Diego in the early to mid-1970s. It also includes documents and ephemera related to the San Diego Chicano community, and the Chicano and anti-war movements of the early 1970s. There are educational papers from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), San Diego State University (SDSU), and Sacramento and San Jose State Colleges, all of which Garcia taught at during his graduate studies. The collection also includes a vast compilation of local, state and national community newspapers and periodicals, as well as numerous collegiate newspapers and publications from UCSD, SDSU, San Jose and Sacramento State. Documents of note include rare original flyers and posters related to the Delano grape boycott and other United Farm Workers activities, as well as posters and ephemera from the general Chicano movement and the Chicano anti-war movement.

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Collection is arranged into ten series:

Series I: Mario Garcia Personal Papers

Series II: SDSU Educational Papers

Series III: UCSD Educational Papers

Series IV: San Jose State College and Sacramento State College Papers

Series V: Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MECHA) Papers

Series VI: Cultural and Political Papers

Series VII: Articles and Magazines

Series VIII: Collegiate Newspapers (English)

Series IX: Community Newspapers (English)

Series X: Newspapers (Bilingual and Spanish)

Items within each series are arranged by subject, except for Series VIII-X which are arranged alphabetically.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

San Diego History Center Document Collection July 10, 2012

1649 El Prado, Suite 3
San Diego, CA, 92101

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

The San Diego History Center (SDHC) holds the copyright to any unpublished materials. SDHC Library regulations do apply.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Accession numbers 741202, 750129, 761207, 770101.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Katrina White on July 10, 2012.

Collection processed as part of grant project supported by the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) with generous funding from The Andrew Mellon Foundation.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Association of Chicano Historians.
  • California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation.
  • Chicano Council on Higher Education.
  • National Caucus of Chicano Social Scientists (U.S.).
  • Palomar College.
  • Raza Unida Party (U.S.).
  • San Diego City College.
  • San Diego Historical Society.
  • San Diego State University.
  • San Jose State University.
  • Socialist Workers Party.
  • Stanford University.
  • United Farm Workers of America.
  • University of California, Berkeley.
  • University of California, Los Angeles.
  • University of California, San Diego.
  • University of California, Santa Barbara.
  • University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • University of Texas at El Paso.
  • Young Socialist Alliance (U.S.).

Geographic Name(s)

  • Berkeley (Calif.)
  • Boulder (Colo.)
  • El Paso (Tex.)
  • Fullerton (Calif.)
  • Los Angeles (Calif.)
  • Sacramento (Calif.)
  • San Diego (Calif.)
  • San Jose (Calif.)
  • Santa Barbara (Calif.)
  • Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico)

Personal Name(s)

  • Alurista
  • Barrio, Raymond
  • Buenaventura, Enrique
  • Camejo, Antonio
  • Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993
  • Cortes, Carlos E.
  • Freire, Paulo, 1921-1997
  • Galarza, Ernesto, 1905-1984
  • Garcia, Mario T.
  • Garcia, Richard
  • Gonzales, Rodolpho, 1928-2005
  • Guzman, Ralph C.
  • Halstead, Fred
  • Jenness, Linda
  • Lorenz, Jim
  • Nunez Tellez, Rene
  • Olivarez, Elizabeth
  • Ortiz, Ricardo Chavez
  • Puente, Alberto G.
  • Rios, Santiago, R
  • Rodriquez, Armando M.
  • Rodriquez, Olga
  • Ruiz, Raul
  • Salazar, Ruben, 1928-1970
  • Thompson, Hunter S.


  • Anti-war demonstrations
  • Canneries
  • Chicano literature
  • Chicano movement
  • Grape Strike, Calif., 1965-1970
  • Mexican Americans — Education
  • Mexican Americans — Study and teaching
  • Teaching

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Collection Inventory

 Series I: Mario Garcia Personal Papers

Personal papers and notes, 1971 December–1972 March and undated 1:1
Correspondence, 1969 May–1973 April and undated


Personal and professional correspondence regarding employment, publication, and inquiries regarding Chicano history.

Letter from Santiago Rios, Federal inmate requesting Chicano reading material from Garcia, July 11, 1971

Manuscripts and publications, 1971 December and undated 1:3
Book reviews and newspaper articles, 1971 August and undated 1:4

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 Series II: SDSU Educational Papers

Teaching documents, 1969–1973 and undated


Garcia’s course syllabi, materials, and teaching-related notes

Graded student papers, 1973 May–1974 May 1:6
Graded student papers, 1974 November-December and undated 1:7
Professional memos and correspondence, 1971 March–1973 April 1:8
Professional memos and correspondence, 1973 May–1974 July, undated 1:9
Faculty meeting agendas and minutes, 1972 January–1973 March and undated 1:10
Fight for Chicano Studies Program, 1967–1974 and undated


Several versions of a “Proposal for a Chicano Studies Program” or for a Center for Chicano Studies, as well as related ephemera

Open admissions controversy, 1972 March–April and undated

Scope and Content:

Position papers regarding the fight for establishing open admissions at SDSU, as well as ephemera related to Open Admissions marches and demonstrations.

MECHA-administration controversy, 1972 February–1974 May and undated

Scope and Content:

Correspondence, position papers and ephemera related to the MECHA demands made to the SDSU Administration that threatened the resignation of Chicana/o faculty if they weren’t met.

Ryan Act papers, 1972 April-May and undated

Scope and Content:

Correspondence, meeting minutes and position papers regarding the Ryan Act which mandates that would-be schoolteachers must first earn a bachelor’s degree before taking courses towards earning a teaching credential.

Mexican American Studies Department papers, 1971-1974 and undated


Curriculum proposals, syllabi, announcements and correspondence regarding the Mexican American Studies Department

Institute for Cultural Pluralism, 1974 March-December and undated

Scope and Content:

Proposals for a Bilingual/Cross-Cultural Specialist Credential program through the Institute for Cultural Pluralism at SDSU, as well as proposed curricula.

Campus events, 1972 November–1973 January and undated


Flyers and programs related to campus-sponsored cultural, political and educational events


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 Series III: UCSD Educational Papers

Teaching documents, 1965 April–1971 December and undated


Garcia’s course syllabi, materials, and teaching-related notes

Graduate seminars, 1971 May and undated


Handouts and syllabi for several graduate level seminars

Defending Third College, 1971 April–1972 June and undated

Scope and Content:

University documents regarding Third College, correspondence and position papers in defense of Third College, and news articles and ephemera regarding the struggle to save Third College.

“Third College Bulletin” and “Lumumba-Zapata Newsletter,” 1971 January–1972 February and undated

Scope and Content:

Newsletters from Third College, UCSD

Third World Studies curriculum and papers, 1970–1972 and undated 2:12
Chicano Studies proposal, 1971-1975 and undated


Correspondence, documents and curricula regarding establishing a Chicano Studies program or department at UCSD

Third College administration and job searches, 1971 January–1974 November and undated


Documents relating to the administration of Third College, and faculty candidate visits

Campus events, 1972 May–1976 May and undated


Flyers and programs related to campus-sponsored cultural, political and educational events

Newspaper articles, 1971 March 3:3

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 Series IV: San Jose State College and Sacramento State College Papers

San Jose State College Chicano Faculty Association papers and teaching materials, 1970 January-May and undated 3:4
San Jose State College Faculty and Graduate Studies memos and papers, 1969 February–1970 May and undated 3:5
Sacramento State College, 1969-1972


Documents relating to the Sacramento State Early Childhood Development Fellowship Program


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 Series V: Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MECHA) Papers

Constitution, by-laws, and history, 1968-1973 and undated 3:7
Agendas and meeting minutes, 1971 November–1973 March and undated 3:8
Correspondence and memos, 1970 March–1974 June


Letter from Rene Nuñez, Centro de Estudios Chicanos to SD City College President regarding an incident at City College where Chicano students were punished for lowering the American flag and replacing it with the flag of Aztlan, March 23, 1970

Position papers and MECHA philosophy, 1970–1974 and undated


“MECHA’s position on the Cambodian Crisis,” 1970

MECHA Statement: “Racism in the Canneries of California,” undated

MECHA-SDSU financial records, 1971-1973 3:11
State and national events, 1970 October–1976 November and undated


Correspondence, event programs, posters and ephemera related to state and national MECHA-associated events

Minutes from Chicano Council on Higher Education Conference (CCHE) Workshops

Newsletter of the National Caucus of Chicano Social Scientists, vol. 1, no. 1

Program from U.C. Statewide MECHA Conference, 1973

Conference Schedule: San Diego/Tijuana: “The international border in community relations: gateway or barrier?”

Semana de la Raza poster (in Oversize Collections D2)

Other national associations, 1970 January–1975 April and undated


Papers and ephemera regarding MECHA-associated national associations

Pamphlet for Mid-West Council of La Raza

Poster for National Chicano Social Scientist Caucus (in Oversize Collections D2)

Poster for International Conference on Bilingual/Bicultural Education (in Oversize Collections D2)

MECHA-SDSU Re-interviewing Committee, 1972-1974

Scope and Content:

Documents related to the MECHA-SDSU Re-Interviewing Committee for new interviews to determine the continuation of contracts for currently employed faculty of the Centro de Estudios Chicanos.

Richard Garcia Case, 1973 October–1974 February

Scope and Content:

Documents regarding the dismissal of Prof. Richard Garcia from Palomar College

MECHA-UCSD Chicano journal, 1972 May 3:16

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 Series VI: Cultural and Political Papers

Chicano Studies, Fullerton Conference, 1971 October

Scope and Content:

Papers related to the Chicano Studies CCHE Conference held in Fullerton. Contains position papers, proposals for Chicano Studies programs at different California campuses, as well as correspondence and ephemera.

Anti-War Movement papers, 1966 July–1973 January and undated

Scope and Content:

Event flyers, newsletters and ephemera regarding the Chicano anti-war movement focused primarily on the wars in Vietnam and Cambodia. Some papers specifically related to the Chicano War Moratorium and Raza Contra la Guerra.


“Mexican American Casualties in Vietnam” by Dr. Ralph Guzman, 1969

“Vietnam News” publication, September 1969

Raza Contra la Guerra press release, February 15, 1972

“Raza Si! Guerra No!” poster – Los Angeles march, March [no year provided] (in Oversize Collections D2)

“Raza Si! Guerra No!” poster – Los Angeles march, April [no year provided] (in Oversize Collections D2)

United Farm Workers papers, 1968 October–1974 June and undated

Scope and Content:

Government documents, election-related documents, articles and ephemera related to the United Farm Workers Union. Many ephemera regarding the Delano Grape Boycott and boycott-related events in San Diego, CA.


“The Delano Grape Strike: The Farm Workers’ Struggle for Self-Determination” by Rev. Wayne C. Hartmire, Jr., February 1969

“Struggle in the Vineyards” by Richard Fineberg, May 1969

“A Statement of Policy re: The Rodino Bill H.R. 982,” October 3, 1969

Congressional Record: “House of Representatives: Statement of Cesar Chavez,” vol. 115, no. 161

Election-related papers (some in Spanish), 1972–1974 and undated


Pamphlet: “The Socialist Alternative in Texas”

Richard Garcia election poster, 1972 (in Oversize Collections D2)

“Folleto para los electores de California”

Election materials for Raul Ruiz, Raza Unida Party

Raul Ruiz campaign newspaper (Spanish) (in Oversize Collections D2)

Election materials for Al Puente, 79th District

Government papers, 1969 November–1971 August


“Extension of Remarks: Inter-Agency Committee on Mexican-American Affairs”

Statements of the Court: Santa Clara Juvenile Division

Chicano conferences and workshops, 1959 April–1974 June

Scope and Content:

Papers related to numerous different Chicano-related events and workshops across the country. Includes documents regarding events hosted by the Association of Chicano Historians, La Raza Council on Higher Education and the Chicano Social Science Association, among others.

Chicano historical and cultural resources, 1966 April–1976 February and undated


Pamphlets, correspondence, bibliographies and ephemera that serve as resources for Chicano history and culture.

Progress Report: Mexican-American Study Project, UCLA, April 1966

Political ephemera (some in Spanish), 1967 November–1974 May and undated


Handmade flyers for demonstrations and events

Letter from Jim Lorenz, California Rural Legal Assistance regarding his resignation, April 1, 1969

“Peticion a las Naciones Unidas sobre el tratamiento al inmigrante mexicano,” March 1972

Spanish-language pamphlet regarding Law AB 528 published by C.A.S.A. Hermandad

“Honor a quien honor merece” newspaper on Ricardo Chavez Ortiz (in Oversize Collections D2)

Community and cultural ephemera, 1970-1973 and undated


General papers and ephemera related to the Chicano community and Chicano culture

Papers on San Diego and California-based community organizations like Volunteers in Probation, La Casa de la Vecindad, as well as information on Chicano books and publications.

Original program for 5th Annual Institute of History at the San Diego Historical Association with Mario Garcia as a featured speaker


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 Series VII: Articles and Magazines

Political articles (some in Spanish), 1960 September-1970 March 4:10
Political articles (some in Spanish), 1970 April–1972 October and undated 4:11
Cultural articles and literature (some in Spanish), 1956-1969 5:1
Cultural articles and literature (some in Spanish), 1970 January-November 5:2
Cultural articles and literature (some in Spanish), 1971 April–1972 October and undated 5:3
Cultural articles and literature (some in Spanish), undated 5:4
Manuscripts, 1967 September–1969 September and undated


“The Latest Developments in Farm Labor” by the SJS Grape Boycott Committee, undated

Periodicals, 1968-1971


“Mexico ’68: The Students Speak” (U.S. Committee for Justice to Latin American Political Prisoners), 1968

Collections of reviews for the “Plum Plum Pickers” by Raymond Barrio (autographed by R. Barrio), October 9, 1969

“Los Pulpos: Newsletter from Dr. Ben Yellen,” December 4, 1969

“Con Safos” vol. 1, no. 4, 1969

“Stranger in One’s Land: U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Clearinghouse,” no. 19, May 1970

“Que Tal!” no. 6, April 1, 1971

Periodicals (some in Spanish), 1972-1975 and undated


“La Voz de la Raza” (Santa Barbara, CA) vol. 3, no. 1, December 1973

“Centro” (UC Santa Barbara Center for Chicano Studies) vol. 3, no. 2, 1973

“El Mirlo Canta de Noticatlan: Carta Sobre Estudios Chicanos” vol. 2, no. 1 (Spanish-language), September 1974

“Trucha” (San Jose), undated

Campus publications (some in Spanish), 1968-1976 and undated


“University Free Press” (University of Texas at El Paso), no. 1, October 1968

“La Familia” (San Jose State College), October 1969

“Nuestra misión de San Francisco” vol. 1, no. 3, July-August 1969

“La Palabra” (Guest editor: Mario T. Garcia), June 1, 1970

“por que?” (Mexico D.F.) no. 182 (Spanish-language), December 23, 1971

“The Mole” (University of Texas at El Paso), undated

Magazines, 1972 October-November

Scope and Content:

“La Luz” (magazine)

Magazines, 1973 January-May

Scope and Content:

“La Luz” (magazine)

Magazines, 1973 June–1974 August

Scope and Content:

“La Luz” (magazine)

Magazines (some in Spanish), 1972 January–1974 May

Scope and Content:

“La Raza” (magazine)

Magazines (some in Spanish), 1966 July–1972 August and undated

Scope and Content:

“Barrio Station,” “Ramparts,” “Revista de la Universidad de Mexico,” “Agenda,” and “La Raza en Acción Local” (magazines)


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 Series VIII: Collegiate Newspapers (English)

California State University East Los Angeles: “MECHA,” 1973 January 7:1
California State University Fullerton: “El Quetzal,” 1973 7:2
California State University Northridge, MECHA: “El Popo,” 1973 January 7:3
East Los College: “La Vida Nueva,” 1973 April 7:4
San Diego City College: “Fort Knightly,” 1972 November 7:5
San Diego State University: “Daily Aztec,” 1970-1973 8:1
San Diego State University: “Inside the Beast,” 1972-1973 7:6
San Jose State University: “Cry of Color,” 1970 April 12:1
San Jose State University: “Spartan Daily,” 1969 October-1970 May 12:2
Stanford University, MECHA: “Chicanismo,” 1970 April-1971 November 7:7
University of California publications: “Third World” and “What is Happening at U.C.?”, 1970 November-1972 May 7:8
University of California, Berkeley: “Chispas,” 1976 May 7:9
University of California, Los Angeles: “La Gente” and “Nommo,” 1970 April-1974 April 7:10
University of California, San Diego: “Black Voices,” 1972 May 7:11
University of California, San Diego: “Crazy Times,” 1972 7:12
University of California, San Diego: “Nine,” undated 7:13
University of California, San Diego: “North Star,” 1972-1973 7:14
University of California, San Diego: “Natty Dread” and “New Indicator,” 1975 November-1976 December 7:15
University of California, San Diego: “Triton Times,” 1970-1974 8:2
Univerisyt of California, Santa Barbara: “Daily Nexus,” 1975 May 7:16
University of Colorado, Boulder: “El Diario de la Gente,” 1973 October 7:17
University of Texas, El Paso: “The Prospector,” 1969 April-1974 April 12:3
Unidentifiable campus: “Alternative,” 1976 May 7:18
Unidentifiable campus: “Voz Fronteriza,” 1976 January-November 7:19

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 Series IX: Community Newspapers (English)

“The Appeal to Reason” (Berkeley), 1975 July-August 9:1
“The Arizona Daily Star,” 1972 September 12:4
“Bronze,” 1968 November-1969 June 9:2
“The Catalyst” (South Alameda County), 1969 December 9:3
“La Causa,” undated 9:4
“Challenge” (Progressive Labor Party), 1970 November 9:5
“Daily Times Advocate,” 1973 October 12:5
“The Denver Post,” 1972 12:6
“El Paso Herald – Post,” 1972 August-September 12:7
“El Gallo,” 1969-1971 9:6
“El Gallo,” 1972-1974 9:7
“Goodbye to all that” and “Grapevine,” 1970 June and undated 9:8
“El Grito,” 1972 February-1974 June 9:9
“Herald Examiner,” 1971 February 12:8
“Los Angeles Times,” 1971 January-1973 December 12:9
“Marxists-Leninists,” 1973 9:10
“Maverick,” 1970 February-May 9:11
“The Militant,” 1970 May-1972 April 9:12
“The Nation,” “The New Republic,” “The New York Review,” and “NPAC Fact Sheet,” 1968 July-1973 April and undated 9:13
“The O.B. Peoples Rag,” 1972 February 9:14
“The Peoples Voice,” 1975 July 9:15
“The Peoples World,” 1970 January-1976 August 10:1
“Prensa Popular,” 1973 November-1976 June 10:2
“La Raza,” 1968 June-1969 December 10:3
“The Reader,” 1972 November-1973 February 10:4
“La Revolucion,” 1969 February 10:5
“Revolutionary Marxist Caucus Newsletter” and “Revolutionary Communist Youth Newsletter,” 1971 July-1972 November 10:6
“San Diego Union,” 1972 September 12:10
“San Francisco Examiner,” 1970 August 12:11
“San Jose Mercury News – Focus,” 1969 August-1970 August 12:12
“Santa Barbara News & Review,” 1974 March 10:7
“SDS New Left Notes,” 1972 March 12:13
“Spark,” 1975 May 10:8
“Street Journal,” 1971 April 9 10:9
“El Tecolote,” 1971 October-1974 June 10:10
“The Texas Observer,” 1969 July-1970 December 10:11
“This World,” “Triple Jeopardy,” and “Truth,” 1970 April-1975 February 10:12
“Venceremos,” 1973 July-August 10:13
“World Magazine” and “Young Socialists,” 1970 March-1973 March 10:14
“El Young,” 1971 10:15

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 Series X: Newspapers (Bilingual and Spanish)

“Bandera Roja” (Spanish), 1973 February 11:1
“Basta Ya!” (Spanish), 1969-1970 11:2
“Chicano Times” (Bilingual), 1972 September 11:3
“Los Desarraigados” (Bilingual), 1973 May 11:4
“Editorial” (Spanish), 1969 May-1972 June 11:5
“El Fronterizo” (Spanish), 1972 September 12:14
“Gaceta Sandinista” (Spanish), 1975 November 11:6
“Ideal” (Bilingual), 1972 February-March 11:7
“Justicia o palo” (Bilingual), undated 11:8
“El Malcriado” (Bilingual), 1969 July-1971 February 11:9
“El Malcriado” (Bilingual), 1972 March-1973 March 11:10
“El Mexico Americano” (Bilingual), 1973 11:11
“El Obrero” (Spanish), 1972 November 11:12
“Papel Chicano” (Bilingual), 1972 February-1973 May 11:13
“El Papel: San Diego Times” (Bilingual), 1972 November-1973 May 11:14
“Raza de Bronce” (Bilingual), 1973 February-May 11:15
“La Raza Unida Party” (Bilingual), undated 11:16
“El Reportero” (Spanish), 1973 August 12:15
“San Diego en Espanol” (Spanish), 1975 June 12:16
“San Francisco Mission News” (Bilingual), 1970 February 12:17
“Si Se Puede” (Bilingual), 1975 August-1976 January 11:17
“Sin Fronteras” (Bilingual), 1974 April-May 1976 11:18
“La Verdad” (Bilingual), 1970 September-1972 January 11:19
“La Voz del Pueblo” (Bilingual), 1972 October and undated 12:18
“Voz Obrera” (Spanish), 1970 September 11:20
Unidentifiable title (Bilingual), undated 11:21

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