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[First Communion class at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church]
Photograph of the students of the First Communion class of the Guadalupe Church on May 15, 1949. All the children are dressed in white.
[Letter from Donald D. Grose to Jesse and Mike Bocanegra - 1969-05-27]
Letter sent by Donald D. Grose, Regional Director, Small Business Administration, United States Government, Houston, Texas to Jesse and Mike Bocanegra of La Colmena Mexican Candy Manufacturing Company, on the occasion of celebrating the National Small Business Week from May 11 through May 17, 1969. He thanked Jesse and Mike Bocanegra for arranging a field trip, "Operation Growth" for the students at their place of business, and for making the trip a resounding success.
[Letter from Lauro Cruz to Jesse Bocanegra - 1969-05-27]
Letter from Lauro Cruz, State Representative, House of Representatives, Austin, Texas, to Jesse Bocanegra of Houston, Texas, thanking him for the samples of candy sent through his secretary. He also enclosed a resolution by the House of Representatives, recognizing the hard work and success of the Bocanegra brothers, and carrying on the tradition of the Bocanegra family.
[Language Missions Report of Missionary Work for Manuel Urbina for the month ending May 25, 1964]
Personal report of Manuel Urbina's work at the Magnolia Temple for the month ending on May 25, 1964. Includes Urbina's activities and a report on the congregation served. Urbina notes that the main emphasis for the next month will be "cruzada nueva vida."
[Second shift crew of the Southern Pacific Lines Mechanical Department]
Photograph of the Southern Pacific Lines Mechanical Department, second shift crew. A Southern Pacific train car stands behind the large group of forty men. A sign at the front of the group reads: "Southern Pacific Lines Mechanical Dept. Second Shift May 1963 Houston, Texas Barrett & Assoc."
[Maintenance men move desks in Bellaire]
Photograph of men carrying desks. The desks were for Condit Elementary School in Bellaire, Texas.
[Power of attorney for Charles W. Norman]
Power of attorney for Charles W. Norman. He appoints Kathrine Mary Norman of Harris County, Texas on May 22, 1978.
[Letter from Toby P. Hernandez to Dorris Danner - 1979-05-10]
Letter from Toby Hernandez to Dorris Danner regarding hotel reservations at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel. The reservations are for the 1979 LULAC convention June 13-17, 1979.
[Letter from Ralph W. Yarborough to Ernest Eguia - 1966-05-11]
Letter dated May 11, 1966 from Ralph W. Yarborough to Ernest Eguia. This letter states that President Lyndon B. Johnson will not be able to attend the 1966 LULAC Convention in Houston, June 23-26, 1966.
[Letter from Sera Thomas to Lyndon B. Johnson - 1966-05-10]
Letter from Sera Thomas, wife of Albert Thomas, to the President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson, encouraging him to be the guest speaker at the 37th national LULAC convention on June 25, 1966 at the Rice Hotel in Houston.
[Letter from Barbara Glyn Cook to Ernest Eguia - 1966-05-06]
Letter from Barbara Glyn Cook to Ernest Eguia thanking Eguia on behalf of Congressman Bob Casey for his letter.
[Letter from Ralph Yarborough to Toby Hernandez - 1966-05-31]
Letter from Senator Ralph Yarborough to Toby P. Hernandez. Yarborough writes to Hernandez to make sure Mexican Americans benefit from anti-poverty programs too.
[Telegram from Toby P. Hernandez to John Pastore - 1966-05-23]
Western Union telegram to Senator John Pastore from Toby P. Hernandez, LULAC national convention co-chairman. Hernandez is asking for a reply to his May 15 letter.
[Language Missions Report of Missionary Work for Manuel Urbina for the month ending May 25, 1962]
Personal report of Manuel Urbina's work at the Magnolia Temple for the month ending on May 25, 1962. Includes Urbina's activities and a report on the congregation served. Urbina notes that the main emphasis for the next month will be "Educational campaign."
[Diploma from Seminario Teológico Bautista Mexicano for Manuel Urbina]
Diploma issued to Manuel Urbina on May 25, 1930 from the Seminario Teológico Bautista Mexicano.
[Application for War Ration Book by Frank Latlip]
War Ration Book Application card completed by Frank Latlip, Senior. It was mailed from El Paso, Texas on May 29, 1943. It is stamped: "No. 888908 CW"
[Rosalio Gonzalez's War Ration Book One]
War Ration Book One that belonged to Rosalio Gonzalez. Rosalio Gonzalez's address and physical description is recorded. The booklet contains 13 unused ration stamps for a variety of goods.
[Felicitas Latlip's War Ration Book One]
War Ration Book One that belonged to Felicitas Latlip. Felicitas Latlip's address and physical description is recorded. The booklet contains 2 unused ration stamps for a variety of goods.
[Frank Latlip, Senior's War Ration Book One]
War Ration Book One that belonged to Frank Latlip, Sr. Frank Latlip's address and physical description is recorded. The booklet contains 2 unused ration stamps for a variety of goods.
[Mary Louise Latlip's War Ration Book One]
War Ration Book One that belonged to Mary Louise Latlip. Mary Latlip's address and physical description is recorded.
[Language Missions Report of Missionary Work for Manuel Urbina for the month ending May 25, 1966]
Personal report of Manuel Urbina's work at the Magnolia Temple for the month ending on May 25, 1966. Includes Urbina's activities and a report on the congregation served. Urbina notes that the main emphasis for the next month will be "Temple repairs."
[Language Missions Report of Missionary Work for Manuel Urbina for the month ending May 25, 1963]
Personal report of Manuel Urbina's work at the Magnolia Temple for the month ending on May 25, 1963. Includes Urbina's activities and a report on the congregation served. Urbina notes that the main emphasis for the next month will be "study Christian or stewardship."
[Contract for Statuary for Audelia Gabino's grave, 1929]
Contract for a monument for Francisco (Frank) Gabino's mother, Audelia, who died on December 29, 1928. Houston Monument Company was contracted to build a granite statue and base for $420.
LULAC News, Volume 23, Number 10, May 1956
Monthly magazine of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) contains official notices, agendas, and other organizational information as well as articles and anecdotes submitted by members. This issue is dedicated to the LULAC National Convention, including a profile on Judge Harold Medina, the keynote speaker.