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  Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
 Resource Type: Text
 County: Harris County, TX
 Collection: John J. Herrera Papers
[Civic Organizations and Employment Record of John J. Herrera]

[Civic Organizations and Employment Record of John J. Herrera]

Date: unknown
Creator: Herrera, John J.
Description: A record of the different civic organizations, including both membership and activities, as well as the employment activities of John J. Herrera. This document focuses on Herrera's close ties with the Hispanic Community in Houston and the United States and emphasizes his successes in fighting for equal rights for all Mexican-Americans.
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[Selective Service System Notice of Classification Card for Douglas M. Herrera]

[Selective Service System Notice of Classification Card for Douglas M. Herrera]

Date: January 15, 1964
Creator: United States. Selective Service Board (Houston, Tex.)
Description: Selective Service System Notice of Classification Card issued to Douglas M. Herrera on January 15, 1964. The selective service number assigned to Douglas M. Herrera is 41-61-42-68, Class II-S, and valid through October 15, 1964.
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[Telegram from Joe Garza to John J. Herrera - 1946-05-30]

[Telegram from Joe Garza to John J. Herrera - 1946-05-30]

Date: June 6, 1946
Creator: Garza, Joe
Description: A Western Union telegram to John J. Herrera from Joe Garza dated June 6, 1946. This is regarding a reservation at the Rice Hotel for the Garza family during the 1946 LULAC Convention.
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Eulogy at the graveside ceremonies for Macario Garcia

Eulogy at the graveside ceremonies for Macario Garcia

Date: December 27, 1972
Creator: Herrera, John J.
Description: Eulogy for Macario Garcia, written by John J. Herrera and presented at Macario's burial ceremonies at the Veteran's Administration Cemetery in Houston, Texas. Garcia at died on December 24, 1972. Herrera's eulogy draws comparisons between Garcia and President Harry Truman, who died only 37 hours after Garcia. Truman had awarded Garcia the Congressional Medal of Honor on August 23, 1945.
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[Announcement of Three Services of Worship Sponsored by Council on Education in Race Relations]

[Announcement of Three Services of Worship Sponsored by Council on Education in Race Relations]

Date: unknown
Creator: Council on Education in Race Relations
Description: Announcement of Three Services of Worship Sponsored by Council on Education in Race Relations. Churches listed as participants are Pinecrest Presbyterian Church, Trinity East Methodist Church, and St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The announcement also lists the Members of the Council: Ministers Association of Greater Houston, Rabbinical Association of Houston, Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, United Church Women of Houston, Jewish Community Council, Young Women's Christian Association, Council of Churches of Greater Houston, Houston Commission on Interracial Cooperation. This document also includes information on a radio station that elaborates on "community life" on KCOH 143 with Dr. H.A. Bullock, Texas Southern University, Moderator.
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Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Viva Johnson Club Groups of Harris County, Texas

Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Viva Johnson Club Groups of Harris County, Texas

Date: September 27, 1964
Creator: Viva Johnson Club
Description: Meeting minutes of the Executive Committee meeting of the Viva Johnson Club Groups of Harris County, Texas. At the meeting were two guest speakers, John J. Herrera and James De Anda. James De Anda explained that the groups would work under the National Democratic headquarters and not under the Local Democratic headquarters, but with them. Some temporary co-chairmen were named pending naming a permanent chairmen. The minutes were submitted by John J. Herrera, Temporary Co-Chairman.
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[Oak Forest State Bank customer's draft]

[Oak Forest State Bank customer's draft]

Date: unknown
Creator: Oak Forest State Bank
Description: Blank specimen of Oak Forest State Bank, Houston, Texas Customer's Draft. Some addresses are handwritten on the back of the draft.
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[List of members of Houston LULAC Council Number Sixty]

[List of members of Houston LULAC Council Number Sixty]

Date: unknown
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: List of members,their addresses and phone numbers of LULAC Council Number 60. Some of the addresses and phone numbers are updated by hand.
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[Obituary for Matilde Herrera Gonzales de Muscarello - 1977-11-16]

[Obituary for Matilde Herrera Gonzales de Muscarello - 1977-11-16]

Date: November 16, 1977
Creator: unknown
Description: Obituary for John J. Herrera's sister, Matilde Herrera Gonzales de Muscarello, who died on November 16, 1977. She was formerly married to Jose M. Gonzales and was survived by her husband, Peter Muscarello. Includes information about the funeral and burial.
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Order Appointing Absentee Voting Canvassing Board for City of Houston Bond Election on April 3, 1976

Order Appointing Absentee Voting Canvassing Board for City of Houston Bond Election on April 3, 1976

Date: March 26, 1976
Creator: Hofheinz, Fred
Description: Appointment by Fred Hofheinz, Mayor, of three members to constitute the Absentee Voting Canvassing Board of the City of Houston for the Bond election to be held on April 3, 1976. The names are Buelah Shepard, John J. Herrera, and Madeleine Appel.
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