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[Affidavit from Ernesto Longoria]

Description: Document signed by Ernesto Longoria stating that he was confined at Harlem Prison Farm No. 2 in Fort Bend County, Texas. Longoria had retained attorneys Ralph Estrada, A. L. Wirin, and John J. Herrera to prosecute a suit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Longoria, Ernesto

[Affidavit from Ernesto Longoria]

Description: Document signed by Ernesto Longoria who was confined at Harlem Prison Farm No. 2, in Fort Bend County. Longoria had retained attorneys Ralph Estrada, A. L. Wirin, and John J. Herrera to prosecute a suit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Longoria, Ernesto

[Affidavit from George Ramirez]

Description: Document stating that George Ramirez was confined at Harlem Prison Farm No. 1 in Fort Bend County, Texas. Ramirez had retained attorneys Ralph Estrada, A. L. Wirin, and John J. Herrera to prosecute a suit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas. This document was also signed by Pete De La Rosa.
Date: unknown
Creator: Ramirez, George

[Affidavit from George Ramirez]

Description: Document certifying that George Ramirez had retained attorneys Ralph Estrada, A. L. Wirin, and John J. Herrera to prosecute a suit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas. Ramirez was confined at Harlem Prison Farm No. 1 in Fort Bend County. The document was signed by George Ramirez and Pete De La Rosa.
Date: unknown
Creator: Ramirez, George

[Affidavit from Mateo Camarillo]

Description: Document signed by Mateo Camarillo who was confined at Harlem Prison Farm No. 1, in Fort Bend County. Camarillo had retained attorneys Ralph Estrada, A. L. Wirin, and John J. Herrera to prosecute a suit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas. The document was signed by Mateo Camarillo and Domingo Torres.
Date: unknown
Creator: Camarilo, Mateo

[Affidavit from Mateo Camarillo]

Description: Document signed by Mateo Camarillo who was confined at Harlem Prison Farm No. 1, in Fort Bend County. Camarillo had retained attorneys Ralph Estrada, A. L. Wirin, and John J. Herrera to prosecute a suit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas. The document was signed by Mateo Camarillo and Domingo Torres.
Date: unknown
Creator: Camarillo, Mateo

[Affidavit signed by Ernesto Herrera - 1948-12-07]

Description: Notarized affidavit regarding two tracts of land owned by Ernesto Jimenez Herrera. One lot is in the Houston Suburban Estates subdivision and the other two lots are in the City Gardens subdivision. Herrera does not claim any of these properties as his homestead. Instead he is leasing his business property at 124 Preston Avenue.
Date: July 12, 1948
Creator: Herrera, Ernesto Jimenez

[Agenda, Affirmative Action Conference - May 13, 1977]

Description: Agenda for League of United Latin American Citizens California State Office Affirmative Action Conference held on Friday, May 13, 1977. Article "Latino group's council approves plan to impeach former leader Joseph Benites," written by Bonnie Bartak and published in The Arizona Republic on February 19, 1977.
Date: May 13, 1977
Creator: League of United Latin American Citizens

[Agenda for trip to Mexico, October 5, 1951]

Description: Agenda for a trip to Mexico from October 5-13, 1951. Sightseeing plans on agenda mention visiting Mexico City, Acapulco, Guadalajara, Veracruz. Includes meeting with the Mayor and City Officials of Mexico City at City Hall, and introduction to President Miguel Alemán Valdés.
Date: October 5, 1951