[Letter from Daniel Zermeno about an amendment to the Texas Constitution - 1978-11-01]

[Letter from Daniel Zermeno about an amendment to the Texas Constitution - 1978-11-01]

Date: November 1, 1978
Creator: Zermeno, Daniel
Description: Letter from commander Daniel Zermeno of American Legion Department of Texas to vote on an amendment to the State constitution (Article XIII) about no proxy vote allowed. The letter also explains that it is permissible to hold a position as the Post Officers or Building Corporation Directors or any other post business if one has attended at least 3 post meetings prior to election date.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1957-09-13]

[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1957-09-13]

Date: September 13, 1957
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: Document is an amendment to the League of United Latin American Citizens charter that is dated September 13, 1957. The amendment indicates a change in the governing body, approves the use of "LULAC" as the corporation's non-official name, defines the principal office location, and outlines membership stock by class of member.
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[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1939-06-19]

[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1939-06-19]

Date: June 19, 1939
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: Document is an amendment to the League of United Latin American Citizens Charter dated June 19, 1939. The amendment serves to extend the corporation's territorial limits from "the State of Texas," as indicated in the original charter, to "the United States of America." It is signed by officers of LULAC as well as a notary public.
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[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1939-06-19]

[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1939-06-19]

Date: June 19, 1939
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: Document is an amendment to the League of United Latin American Citizens Charter dated June 19, 1939. The amendment serves to extend the corporation's territorial limits from "the State of Texas," as indicated in the original charter, to "the United States of America." It is signed by officers of LULAC as well as a notary public.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1957-09-13]

[League of United Latin American Citizens Charter Amendment - 1957-09-13]

Date: September 13, 1957
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: Document is an amendment to the League of United Latin American Citizens charter that is dated September 13, 1957. The amendment indicates a change in the governing body, approves the use of "LULAC" as the corporation's non-official name, defines the principal office location, and outlines membership stock by class of member.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[Amendment to the LULAC National Constitution, Section 5, Article 7, page one]

[Amendment to the LULAC National Constitution, Section 5, Article 7, page one]

Date: 197u
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: Amendment to the League of Latin American Citizens National Constitution, Section 5, Article 7, page 1. Amendment submitted by Council 397, El Paso, Texas, Carlos Sanche, President. Amendment Committee: Richard Telles, Chairman, I. H. Aguirre and E. A. Martinez. This article of the constitution bars any currently elected public official from running for or holding an officer's position in LULAC.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[Amendment to the LULAC National Constitution, Section 1, Article X]

[Amendment to the LULAC National Constitution, Section 1, Article X]

Date: 197u
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: Amendment To The League of United Latin American Citizens National Constitution, Section 1, Article X, resolving the issue of paying for the purchase of the LULAC National Home through an increase in membership dues.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[Revised Amendments to the LULAC National Constitution - 1976-08]

[Revised Amendments to the LULAC National Constitution - 1976-08]

Date: August 1976
Creator: unknown
Description: Revised Amendments to the LULAC National Constitution, dated August 1976 and includes a draft of a letter introducing the four new amendments to council members.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[Amendment to the LULAC National Constitution, Section 5, Article 7, page two]

[Amendment to the LULAC National Constitution, Section 5, Article 7, page two]

Date: 197u
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens
Description: Amendment to the League of United Latin American Citizens National Constitution, Sec. 5, Article 7, page 2. Amendment submitted by Council 397, El Paso, Texas, Carlos Sanche, President. Amendment Committee: Richard Telles, Chairman, I. H. Aguirre and E. A. Martinez. This article of the constitution bars any currently elected public official from running for or holding an officer's position in LULAC.
Contributing Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
[Memorandum from Narciso Cano to John J. Herrera - 1976-07-21]

[Memorandum from Narciso Cano to John J. Herrera - 1976-07-21]

Date: July 21, 1976
Creator: Cano, Narciso
Description: Memorandum from Narciso Cano, National Director, to John J. Herrera, LULAC Legal Advisor, dated July 21, 1976 and printed on LULAC National Educational Service Center letterhead. The memo refers to attached amendments that were passed at the League of United Latin American Citizens National Convention.
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