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 Resource Type: Letter
[Acknowledgment of receipt of briefs by John J. Herrera - 1969-03-27]

[Acknowledgment of receipt of briefs by John J. Herrera - 1969-03-27]

Date: March 27, 1969
Creator: Scofields' Quality Printers, Inc.
Description: Self-addressed card for Scofields' Quality Printers, Inc. for John J. Herrera to use to verify his receipt of two copies of briefs for a case printed and delivered by that company.
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[Address list of LULAC Presidents of Houston Councils, 1966]

[Address list of LULAC Presidents of Houston Councils, 1966]

Date: 1966
Creator: unknown
Description: Handwritten address list of Presidents of Houston LULAC Councils, 1966.
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[Anonymous letter]

[Anonymous letter]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Anonymous, undated letter referencing a case of molestation by Latin-American "thugs." It mentions ex-servicemen willing to form vigilante committees to handle the situation.
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[Anonymous letter to John Herrera - 1950-03-06]

[Anonymous letter to John Herrera - 1950-03-06]

Date: March 6, 1950
Creator: unknown
Description: Anonymous letter to John J. Herrera regarding issue of having a special police squad for Latin-Americans.
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[Attachment to letter from John J. Herrera to J.C. Machuca - 1954-01-19]

[Attachment to letter from John J. Herrera to J.C. Machuca - 1954-01-19]

Date: January 19, 1954
Creator: Herrera, John J.
Description: Attachment to a letter from John J. Herrera to the Honorable J.C. Machuca where at the request of Machuca, Herrera summarizes his accomplishments as National President of LULAC. This attachment includes mention of the increase in the expansion of the organization as well as council formation, widespread increase in LULAC awareness, LULAC's involvement with the fight against the Pecos Texas School segregation and collaboration with other Latin American organizations.
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[Birthday card]

[Birthday card]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Birthday card designed by Kwik Kopy, from daughter to "Pop" (presumably John J. Herrera).
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[Birthday card from B.B., Juanita, & Jr. to John J. Herrera]

[Birthday card from B.B., Juanita, & Jr. to John J. Herrera]

Date: unknown
Creator: Herrera, Albert B.
Description: Birthday card to John J. Herrera from his brother's family. The note is signed by "B.B." and wishes Herrera well and urges him to consider attending the Fall Gospel Men's Meetings.
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[Birthday card from Buddy Hancock]

[Birthday card from Buddy Hancock]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Birthday card depicting Abraham Lincoln's Home, Springfield, Illinois. Signed by Buddy Hancock.
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[Birthday card from Buddy Hancock and Hollis Waldt to John J. Herrera]

[Birthday card from Buddy Hancock and Hollis Waldt to John J. Herrera]

Date: unknown
Creator: Posty Cards
Description: Birthday card signed "Buddy Hancock & Hollis Waldt." The cover of the card is a painting of the historic Capitol building at Williamsburg, Virginia, and a summary of the building's history is given inside the card.
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[Birthday card from Douglas M. Herrera to John J. Herrera - 1968-04-11]

[Birthday card from Douglas M. Herrera to John J. Herrera - 1968-04-11]

Date: April 11, 1968
Creator: Herrera, Douglas M.
Description: A Hallmark birthday card sent to John J. Herrera from his son, Douglas M. Herrera. The front of the card is an image of a man fishing in a stream and the interior contains printed birthday poem. The card also includes a handwritten message concerning the death of Dr. King and Douglas' belief "The prospects for peace are now the best that have existed in a great while and was all hope that this war will be settled soon."
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