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  Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
 Decade: 1980-1989
 Collection: John J. Herrera Papers
[Program for the Mexican American Student Bar Association Spring Testimonial dinner]

[Program for the Mexican American Student Bar Association Spring Testimonial dinner]

Date: April 19, 1980
Creator: Mexican American Student Bar Association
Description: Program for the Spring Testimonial dinner held by the Mexican American Student Bar Assoc. (MASBA) The evening program begin with a cocktail hour at 6:30 and features speeches by Ruben Bonilla, Ruben Garcia, A. C. "Tony" Garcia, Pedro, "Pete" Dias, Sylvia Garcia, and an awards presentation. The program contains a list of all active MASBA members and biographies for each of the presenters as well as biographies of Andres D. Sarabia and John J. Herrera.
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[Letter from Thurman Gupton to John J. Herrera - 1980-07-30]

[Letter from Thurman Gupton to John J. Herrera - 1980-07-30]

Date: July 30, 1980
Creator: Gupton, Thurman
Description: Personal letter from retired Judge Thurman Gupton to John J. Herrera in reply to an earlier letter from Herrera catching up on their friendship. Gupton comments on Herrera's successful open-heart surgery performed by Dr. Denton Cooley and reminisces over the cases Herrera presented in his court. The letter's envelope is also included.
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Bonilla says state must provide better education for minorities

Bonilla says state must provide better education for minorities

Date: January 22, 1980
Creator: unknown
Description: Newspaper clipping about that Rubén Bonilla, Head of the League of United Latin American Citizens, responding to the statistics from the Texas Education Agency. Bonilla says that the Texas schools may soon have white populations in the minority over Mexican American and African American students. It will be necessary for the Texans to adjust their way of life to provide for the economic needs of a growing minority population.
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