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This manuscript collection contains correspondence and papers related to the Jesuit missions in Mexico and South America (concentrated in the Rio de la Plata region) in the early modern period. Manuscripts in Spanish, 2 in Latin.
This collection contains typescripts and illustrations for children's books and other publications written and illustrated by Christina Rodriguez.
Convento y Hospital de Santa Toribio de Refugio de Incurables de la Religión Bethlehemitica de la Ciudad de Lima records
Two Spirit materials, mostly related to the indigenous community in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Many documents from the Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirit group. Most materials are from around 2004.
The collection contains records of the history and activities of La Raza Student Cultural Organization, which promotes greater historical, political and cultural awareness concerning the Chicano/a, Xicano/a and Latino/a communities, through cultural and educational programs and events.
Collection contains illustrative material from one children's book by Laurence [Cruse]
The Maia Wojciechowska papers contain materials related to the author's published and unpublished works, as well as general correspondence and personal documents.
The collection contains manuscipt material for one title by Marianna B. Prieto, published under the name Anina Roa.
Correspondence, minutes, reports, financial documents, pamphlets, maps, journal and newspaper articles and other records documenting YMCA international work in Mexico, especially Mexico City, Monterrey, Torreon, Tijuana, Chihuahua and Cuauhtemoc. Also mentioned are the impediments to the development process in Mexico, such as financial difficulties, labor conflicts, loss of property and National conflicts including the 1911 Mexican Revolution and the Mexican Civil War which followed.
The collection contains six bound volumes of manuscript materials from eighteenth and early nineteenth century Peru. The folios pertain to the administration of the Viceroyalty of Peru between 1734 and 1812. Records of royal taxation, the royal tobacco monopoly, and royal oversight of imports and exports are included in the collection.