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 Serial/Series Title: LULAC News
 Collection: John J. Herrera Papers
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LULAC News, Volume 25, Number 4, November-December 1963

LULAC News, Volume 25, Number 4, November-December 1963

Date: 1963-11/1963-12
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: The LULAC News, Volume 25, Number 4, November-December 1963 is a 12-page magazine produced by the League of United Latin American Citizens in El Paso, Texas. This is the JFK Memorial Edition of the paper remembering the life of John F. Kennedy and mourning his passing. It includes an article about Kennedy's last hours written by John J. Herrera as well as a letter addressed to Jacqueline Kennedy expressing LULAC's condolences. The newspaper includes many pictures of Kennedy at LULAC events.
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LULAC News, Volume 27, Number 3, February 1965

LULAC News, Volume 27, Number 3, February 1965

Date: February 1965
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC Newsletter, Volume 27, Number 3, February 1965. This newsletter includes articles about the achievements of LULAC Council Number 12, the Boy Scouts of America's "Break Through For Youth" program and the Mexican American Community Subcommittee meeting with Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) officials.
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LULAC News, Volume 22, Number 12, June 1955

LULAC News, Volume 22, Number 12, June 1955

Date: June 1955
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC News, Volume 22, Number 12, June 1955. This publication contains information relating to LULAC activities and news affecting the LULAC community. On page 14 of this publication, there is a feature of John J. Herrera titled "John J. Herrera direct descendant of Texas Hero." The article is a single column and shows a picture of John J. Herrera at the San Jacinto monument laying down a wreath in honor of the "great contribution that was made by the Latin Americans of Mexican descent in winning the Independence of Texas." According to the article, Herrera was part of the Sons of the Republic of Texas due to his relation to "Pedro Herrera, who fought at San Jacinto, Blas Herrera of Bear County in San Antonio, who was a scout for Sam Houston, and Fransisco Ruiz, alcalde (mayor) of San Antonio during the Texas Revolution, and one of the two native Texas who signed the declaration of Independence."
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LULAC News, Volume 21, Number 12, June 1954

LULAC News, Volume 21, Number 12, June 1954

Date: June 1954
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC NEWS magazine, Volume 21, Number 12, June, 1954. This publication contains information relating to LULAC activities and news affecting the LULAC community. Contains a full page political campaign advertisement of John J. Herrera's run for Texas Legislature.
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LULAC News, Volume 21, Number 12, June 1954

LULAC News, Volume 21, Number 12, June 1954

Date: June 1954
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC NEWS magazine, Volume 21, Number 12, June, 1954. This publication contains information relating to LULAC activities and news affecting the LULAC community. Contains a full page political campaign advertisement of John J. Herrera's run for Texas Legislature.
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[Wisconsin LULAC News, Volume 1, Issue Number 2, July 1977]

[Wisconsin LULAC News, Volume 1, Issue Number 2, July 1977]

Date: July 1977
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue Number 2, for Wisconsin in July 1977. This newsletter includes information about the LULAC National Educational Service Center and state officer election results.
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[Washington, D.C. LULAC News, Volume 1, Number 1, June 1977]

[Washington, D.C. LULAC News, Volume 1, Number 1, June 1977]

Date: June 1977
Creator: Chaves, Tony & Board, Dolores
Description: LULAC Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 1 for Washington, D.C. in June 1977. This newsletter is for council 11041 and includes articles about fundraising.
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[Wisconsin LULAC News, Volume 1, Issue Number 1, May 1977]

[Wisconsin LULAC News, Volume 1, Issue Number 1, May 1977]

Date: May 1977
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue Number 1 for Wisconsin in May 1977. This newsletter is for council 289 and includes information about bi-lingual education, the Racine Spanish Center, and a list of new council officer appointments.
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[Wisconsin LULAC News, Volume 1, Issue Number 3, October 1977]

[Wisconsin LULAC News, Volume 1, Issue Number 3, October 1977]

Date: October 1977
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue Number 3, for Wisconsin in October 1977. This newsletter includes information about bi-lingual education and the LULAC scholarship fund drive.
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[Colorado LULAC News, Volume 1, Number 2, April 1977]

[Colorado LULAC News, Volume 1, Number 2, April 1977]

Date: April 1977
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: LULAC Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 2 for Colorado in April 1977. This newsletter includes articles about the Denver SER program, Richard Roybal, and the Colorado LULAC Education Fund. It also includes an article about the lack of Hispanic appointments in government positions and an open letter to President Jimmy Carter, urging him to appoint more Hispanic Americans to key government positions in Colorado.
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