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[Letter from D. F. Prince to Felix H. Morales - 1949-04-18]
A letter from D. F. Prince to Felix H. Morales, informing Morales that a conflicting application has been filed by John F. Cooke. Prince suggests that Morales contact Cooke and inquire about the possibility of Cooke withdrawing his application. Prince cautions Morales not to offer Cooke money to withdraw or to reimburse him for expenses. The letter also contains a brief summary of the application filed by Cooke for a radio station in Houston, Texas on April 15, 1949.
[Letter from D. F. Prince to John J. Herrera - 1947-06-30]
Letter sent to John J. Herrera from D. F. Prince in which he acknowledges receipt of Herrera's letter from June 26th. Herrera is apprised of the possibility for the Mexia applicant sharing the expenses incurred by Felix H. Morales when he amended his application. Prince also informs Herrera that the call letters KMOR will not be available and suggests that he send a list of other desired call letters.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to John Ben Shepperd - 1953-03-09]
Onionskin paper carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, to John Ben Shepperd, Texas Attorney General, dated March 9, 1953. Herrera recommends that LULAC endorse Frank M. Pinedo of Austin for a position within the Attorney General's office.
[Letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez to Ivey Gonzalez - 1952-12-20]
Carbon copy of a letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez, LULAC National Publicity Director, to Ivey Gonzalez, Superintendent of the Wichita Falls Police Department Identification Bureau, dated December 20, 1952. Rodriguez inquires about reviving the LULAC Council in Wichita Falls, Texas.
[Statement of Account for John J. Herrera from John Barron Consulting Radio Engineers - July 1, 1947]
Statement of Account from John H. Barron sent to John J. Herrera in Houston, Texas with a balance due for $906.05.
[Letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez to John Ben Shepperd - 1953-03-03]
Copy of a letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez, LULAC National Director of Publicity, to John Ben Shepperd, Texas Attorney General, dated March 3, 1953. Rodriguez recommends Frank Pinedo for appointment to the position of Assistant Attorney General.
[Letter from John Ben Shepperd to John J. Herrera - 1953-03-12]
Letter from John Ben Shepperd, Attorney General of Texas, to John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, dated March 12, 1953. Shepperd acknowledges Herrera's letter recommending Frank M. Pinedo for a position in the Attorney General's office.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to Frank M. Pinedo - 1953-01-12]
Onionskin carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, to Frank M. Pinedo, LULAC Texas Regional Governor in Austin, Texas dated January 12, 1953. Herrera writes that he will seek re-election as LULAC National President and asks Pinedo to consider running for re-election as LULAC Texas Regional Governor. Herrera mentions Jake Rodriguez's trip to Mexico on behalf of George Strake's bid for United States Ambassador to Mexico. The letter also includes travel plans for Carlsbad, New Mexico and San Angelo, Texas, to visit groups interested in reviving LULAC councils. Post-script notes thatHerrera had received an invitation to Governor Allan Shivers Inaugaural Reception.
[Letter from John C. Gonzalez to John J. Herrera - 1953-02-06]
Handwritten letter from John C. Gonzalez of Palacios, Texas to John J. Herrera, dated February 6, 1953. This is a cover letter for Bay City newspaper clipping about sheriff's response to an earlier LULAC newspaper article.
Danish Folk School
Copy negative of groups of people in front of Grand View College in Des Moines, Iowa. The men and women pictured are all wearing traditional Danish folk costumes. The men are kneeling down, and the women are standing up. The men are holding the women's hands. There is one man, identified as Holger Koch, sitting with his legs crossed in front of the costumed group, holding a violin. Other unidentified people standing in the background.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to Mrs. Pomposo Vega - 1953-01-30]
Onionskin carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, to Mrs. Pomposo Vega, President of the Deming Ladies LULAC Council Number 224, Deming, New Mexico, dated January 30, 1953. Herrera explains a mixup in assigning new LULAC council numbers and sets out schedule for paying dues.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince - 1947-05-09]
Onionskin carbon copy of a letter sent by John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince acknowledges receipt of Prince's latest communication to advise that the FCC granted the petition to amend to 1510 kc. Herrera also inquires on behalf of Felix H. Morales about the possibility of using the call letters (KMOR) and about contacting the lawyers for the Mexia station in regards to covering expenses incurred in amending the application.
[Letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez to John J. Herrera - 1953-06-15]
Letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez, Executive Secretary-Manager of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in San Antonio, Texas, to John J. Herrera, LULAC Past National President, dated June 15, 1953. Rodriguez addresses Herrera's defeat for re-election as LULAC National President and expresses appreciation for work done during Herrera's tenure as president. Rodriguez also mentions outstanding LULAC News bills which include Munguia printers who printed the newsletter.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to Munguia Printers - 1953-03-17]
Copy of letter from John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, to Munguia Printers, sent to the attention of Ruben Munguia, Jr., dated March 17, 1953. Herrera sets out payment schedule for unpaid invoice due to Munguia Printers for LULAC printing jobs.
[Letter from Gilbert Munguia and A. Salinas to Regional LULAC Governor, Houston, Texas - 1949-01-17]
Letter from Gilbet Munguia, Treasurer LULAC Council 242, and A. Salinas, District Number 2 Secretary, to Regional Governor dated January 17, 1949. This was to certify the credentials of Gabe Garcia to attend the Regional LULAC Convention to be held in Houston, Texas, on January 29 and 30, 1949.
[Letter from John Collins to Matthew H. Kelly - 1953-03-21]
Carbon copy of letter from John Collins, C.S.B., of the Basilian Fathers Mexican Mission Center in Rosenberg, Texas to Rev. Matthew H. Kelly of Austin, Texas, dated March 21, 1953. This was a cover letter for enclosures about Planned Parenthood information.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to Alonso S. Perales - 1947-03-13]
An onionskin carbon copy of a letter John J. Herrera sent to Alonso S. Perales of San Antonio, Texas. Herrera seeks assistance for Felix H. Morales and his Federal Communications Commission application for a radio station in the Houston area.
[Letter from George E. Gautney to John J. Herrera - 1947-03-28]
Letter sent to John J. Herrera by George E. Gautney. Gautney informs Herrera about a new radio frequency available for Felix H. Morales in Houston. Gautney provides details about the signal output, operating hours, and antenna requirements.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince - 1947-07-09]
Onionskin carbon copy of a letter from John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince in Washington, D. C. Herrera inquires about the call letters for Felix H. Morales's proposed station. Herrera informs Prince about Morales' concerns for the approval of his radio station permit.
[Telegram from D. F. Prince to Felix H. Morales - 1949-07-29]
Telegram sent by D. F. Prince to Felix H. Morales, dated July 29, 1949. The telegram contains the message, "Commission Granted Amendment to Pasadena. Advise Re Depositions."
[Letter from John J. Herrera to T. J. Slowie - 1947-05-23]
An onionskin carbon copy of a letter written by John J. Herrera to T. J. Slowie, Secretary, Superintendent of Documents, in Washington, D. C. Herrera encloses a check for $0.60 and requests two copies of Part I, "Rules Relating to Organization, Practice and Procedure."
[Letter from John J. Herrera to T. J. Slowie - 1947-06-26]
Onionskin carbon copy of a letter from John J. Herrera to T. J. Slowie at the Federal Communications Commission requesting three copies of the F.C.C. form No. 328.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to Carlos E. Castañeda - 1944-10-19]
Letter from John J. Herrera to Carlos E. Castañeda informing Castañeda about the change of dates to hold the ceremony for the fallen Latin Americans soldiers from Houston in World War II. This will be held at the City Auditorium on Sunday, November 5th instead of the 12th of November. Herrera has asked the churches hosting the ceremony to have a service on that Sunday, honoring the men and women in service. Representatives of Latin American Clubs , Army and Navy officials, and the American Legion have been invited, as well as the next of kin of the Latin American war heroes who died. Herrera asks Dr. Castañeda if he could attend the ceremony.
[Note and list of names from Lee Roy Moreno to John J. Herrera - 1948-01-27]
Cover note and list of names from Lee Roy Moreno to John J. Herrera dated January 27, 1948. The 52 names on the lists were persons who had not received a shield.
[Contract with American Federation of Musicians Local 644 and Houston LULAC Council - March 25, 1953]
Contract with American Federation of Musicians Local 644 by John J. Herrera of the Houston LULAC Council, dated March 25, 1953. The contract is written for Ralph Galvan and nine vocalists/musicians to perform on April 12, 1953 at the City Auditorium of Houston, Texas on April 12, 1953.
[Letter from Charles F. Willis, Jr. to John J. Herrera - 1953-02-12]
Letter from Charles F. Willis, Jr., Special Assistant to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, to John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, dated February 12, 1953. A thank you letter from President Eisenhower on behalf of LULAC's recommendation of Dr. George W. Strake for appointment as U.S. Ambassador to Mexico.
[Telegram from John J. Herrera to John H. Barron - 1947-03-31]
Telegram sent by John J. Herrera to John H. Barron in Washington, D. C. Herrera conveys a request from Felix H. Morales concerning a radio station frequency.
[Letter from D. F. Prince to T. J. Slowie - 1947-04-28]
Letter sent by D. F. Prince to T. J. Slowie, Secretary at Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D. C. Prince has submitted an amended application for a standard broadcast station construction permit (Form 301) on behalf of Felix H. Morales.
[Letter from R. Munguia, Sr., to John J. Herrera - 1953-03-11]
Letter from R. Munguia, Sr., of Munguia Printers in San Antonio, Texas to John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, dated March 11, 1953. Munguia requests payment of an outstanding invoice billed to LULAC for printing services.
[Statement of Account for John J. Herrera from John Barron Consulting Radio Engineers - October 1, 1946]
A Statement of Account with a balance due of $383.75 sent by John Barron Consulting Radio Engineers to John J. Herrera
[Statement of Account for John J. Herrera from John Barron Consulting Radio Engineers - October 1, 1947]
A Statement of Account with a balance due of $906.05 sent by John Barron Consulting Radio Engineers to John J. Herrera.
[Envelope from John C. Gonzalez to John J. Herrera - 1953-02-06]
Envelope from John C. Gonzalez of Palacios, Texas to John J. Herrera, dated February 6, 1953.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to John H. Barron - 1948-10-16]
Letter sent to John H. Barron, Consulting Radio Engineer in Washington, D. C. Herrera indicates that all of Barron's statements have been sent to his client, Felix H. Morales.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to Felix H. Morales - 1947-06-30]
Letter sent to Felix H. Morales by John J. Herrera regarding the case of Martin M. Martinez and payment of fees. Herrera instructs Morales to deduct three payments of $20.00 from Martinez's salary.
[Letter from D. F. Prince to Felix H. Morales - 1947-04-25]
Onionskin carbon copy of a letter from D. F. Prince in Washington, D. C. to Felix Morales in Houston. Prince provided Morales with pages 41-43 of FCC Form 301 and requested that they be completed and returned in triplicate. The amended Form 301 was needed for support of the Petition to Amend and Remove from Hearing Docket.
[Telegram from Kenneth R. Hyman to John J. Herrera - 1946-07-02]
Telegram sent to John J. Herrera from Kenneth R. Hyman. Hyman gives notice that he would be in his office to discuss matters.
[Letter from Charles L. Belfi to Felix H. Morales - 1947-03-28]
A letter sent to Felix H. Morales from Charles L. Belfi in San Antonio, Texas. Belfi writes to accept the job offer as General Manager of the radio station and outline the monetary arrangement he is to receive.
[Letter from Charles L. Belfi to Felix H. Morales - 1947-03-28]
Carbon copy of a letter sent to Felix H. Morales from Charles L. Belfi in San Antonio, Texas. Belfi writes to accept the job offer as General Manager of the radio station and outline the monetary arrangement he is to receive.. A copy of Belfi's resume is also included which covers his radio experience from 1930 to 1946.
[Letter from Charles L. Belfi to Felix H. Morales - 1947-07-04]
A letter sent to Felix H. Morales from Charlie L. Belfi in San Antonio, Texas. Belfi provides a list of suggested call letters for Morales to consider for the Houston station. He also indicated his future plans to be available for the radio station.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince - 1947-03-14]
Onionskin carbon copy of letter sent by John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince in Washington, D. C. Herrera has been instructed by Felix H. Morales to send a copy of a letter from Kenneth R. Hyman. He also sends a copy of a book called "Latin Americans in Texas."
[Letter from John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince - 1947-02-13]
Onionskin carbon copy of a letter sent by John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince. Herrera inquires about the FCC hearing in Washington, D. C. and if both the attorneys and engineers for Felix H. Morales need to be present. Herrera gives Prince authorization to represent Morales in any way necessary to protect his interests.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince - 1947-02-13]
Onionskin carbon copy of a letter sent by John J. Herrera to D. F. Prince. Herrera inquires about the FCC hearing in Washington, D. C. and if both the attorneys and engineers for Felix H. Morales need to be present. Herrera gives Prince authorization to represent Morales in any way necessary to protect his interests.
[Letter from John J. Herrera to John Collins - 1953-03-31]
Copy of letter from John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, to Rev. John Collins of the Basilian Fathers Mexican Mission Center in Rosenberg, Texas dated March 31, 1953. Herrera writes regarding copies of Planned Parenthood literature about birth control that were mailed to Rev. Kelly by Ofelia Mendoz of Planned Parenthood. Herrera refutes the use of his name in Mendoz's letter, and disavows any endorsement of the literature by himself or by LULAC.
[Letter from Felix H. Morales to D. F. Prince - 1947-02-18]
Copy of a letter from Felix H. Morales to D. F. Prince. Morales comments on the conflict with the application for a Standard Radio Station at Mexia, Texas. Morales outlines the favorable aspects of having a Spanish speaking radio station in Houston. Morales also pleads his case for having the Houston radio station application approved before the application for Mexia.
[Letter from Felix H. Morales to D. F. Prince - 1947-02-18]
Letter from Felix H. Morales to D. F. Prince. Morales comments on the conflict with the application for a Standard Radio Station at Mexia, Texas. Morales outlines the favorable aspects of having a Spanish speaking radio station in Houston. Morales also pleads his case for having the Houston radio station application approved before the application for Mexia.
[Letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez to A. G. Betancourt - 1953-04-06]
Letter from Jacob I. Rodriguez, LULAC National Publicity Director, to A. G. Betancourt of Brownsville, Texas dated April 6, 1953. This letter indicates that a group of Betancourt's friends is interested in organizing a LULAC council.in Brownsville, Texas.
[Letter from Joseph Rios to John J. Herrera - 1953-01-21]
Letter from Joseph Rios, President of Pan American College, San Antonio, Texas, to John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, dated January 21, 1953. Rios acknowledges M. A. Urbina of Pan American College will be speaking at the upcoming LULAC convention.
[Telegram from Lloyd G. Rust, Jr., to John J. Herrera - 1953-01-05]
Telegram from Lloyd G. Rust, Jr., Wharton County Attorney, to John J. Herrera, dated January 5, 1953. Rust notifies Herrera of the date and time of the Grand Jury hearing regarding conduct of an Officer Sifford. Rust invites Herrera to be a witness at this hearing.
[Academic report from Seminario Teológico Bautista Mexicano for Manuel Urbina]
Report on Manuel Urbina's academic progress for his second year, third trimester. Includes a course list and evaluations.
[Letter from Miguel E. Trujillo to John J. Herrera - 1952-11-16]
Letter from Miguel E. Trujillo, LULAC Regional Governor for New Mexico, to John J. Herrera, LULAC National President, dated November 16, 1952. Trujillo refers to Herrera's visits to the New Mexico LULAC councils and relates plans for the upcoming convention. Trujillo also briefly references the Pecos School Board segregation issue.