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  • Collection: Research and Correspondence in Preparation for "Rostros y Almas/Faces and Souls"

Vision HWNT Newsletter019.pdf
This newsletter includes different articles about Latina women and their accomplishments and projects within the state of Texas. According to the newsletter, it is stated that "all rights belong to the Hispanic Women's Network of Texas."

Taped News Cutting Simon024.pdf
“Keeper of culture wins honor” is a newspaper article printed by the Austin American-Statesman on September 15, 1983. September 15th begins the month long recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, with the following day being “Diez y Sies”, Mexican…

This material is a clipping from an unknown media source (perhaps a pamphlet or poster) related to the American Deaf Dance Company. This clipping was collected during the research process to identify candidates for the exhibit; portrait subject…

Ames Brochure 1996024.pdf
This is a brouchure from the Spring 1996 James Daniel Ames Lecture Series. The presentation this year was titled "Women Meeting: From the Conference Table to the Street." The speaker featured was Dr. Marysa Navarro who presented her work titled "The…

Aurora Orozco Ensayo2016.pdf
This is a poem by Aurora E. Orozco titled Un dia en La Pisca de Algodon.

Discovery of the Americas Brown Symposium Description
This resource describes the 1992 Brown Symposium, titled Discoveries of America. This Symposium will discuss the various meanings of America through examining the achievements of Blacks, Women, Southwestern Explorers, the English, the Spanish, and…

Aurora Orozco Ensayo1015.pdf
To the right, a PDF file of Aurora E. Orozco’s original handwritten document is available for free download. Below this item’s description, you will find a direct transcript of the text.

For Aurora E. Orozco, the Spanish language seeps into every…

This is a head shot that was submitted with Ruby Pérez's resume. It is presumably part of her acting portfolio.

La Pena Postcard013.pdf
The postcard is an invitation to "Los Niños y el Mundo"an art exhibit hosted by La Pena displaying student's artwork from Metz elementary school in Austin, Texas.

Angel Postcard016.pdf
The postcard is from Las Manitas Avenue Cafe. The cafe was co-owned by sisters Lidia and Cynthia Pérez, two of the women displayed in the exhibit. It contains a personal message from one of the sisters to Lupita Barrera Bryant. The front of the…
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