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[Articles of Incorporation, League of United Latin American Citizens - 1930-05-04]

Description: Articles of Incorporation for the League of United Latin American Citizens dated May 4, 1930. The document states the organization's name and statement of purpose and is signed by LULAC's president and Secretary General, representatives from 20 LULAC Councils, and the Secretary of State of Texas.
Date: May 4, 1930
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens

[Articles of Incorporation, League of United Latin American Citizens - 1930-05-04]

Description: Articles of Incorporation for the League of United Latin American Citizens dated May 4, 1930. The document states the organization's name and statement of purpose and is signed by LULAC's president and Secretary General, representatives from 20 LULAC Councils, and the Secretary of State of Texas.
Date: May 4, 1930
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens

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

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.
Date: June 19, 1939
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens

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

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.
Date: June 19, 1939
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens

[Letter from Oscar Holcombe to Olivia C. Herrera - August 24, 1939]

Description: Letter to Mrs. Olivia C. Herrera, wife of John J. Herrera, from Houston Mayor Oscar Holcombe. Holcombe acknowledges Mrs. Herrera's letter concerning her husband, whom Holcombe refers to as "Johnny," and informs Mrs. Herrera that he had written to Mr. Herrera two days before suggesting that Mr. Herrera meet with City Secretary H. C. Jacobs.
Date: August 24, 1939
Creator: Holcombe, Oscar, 1888-1968

LULAC and the Latin-American in Texas

Description: Draft of speech written by John J. Herrera titled "LULAC And The Latin-American in Texas." Discusses growing numbers of Spanish-speaking people in Texas and the role of LULAC as a liaison between them and the Anglo community to address issues of separateness in the communities. Notably the most pressing issue for LULAC has been the immigrant laborers and the ensuing problems of health, education, welfare, housing and employment.
Date: 1940/1959
Creator: Herrera, John J.