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Official souvenir HemisFair 1968 map

Description: HemisFair souvenir map booklet with pictorial maps of buildings and attractions that make up the fair site. Included is a cut-out model of the Tower of the Americas with instructions on how to make it.
Date: 1968?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Photograph of Cerra de Guadalupe]

Description: Postcard of the landscape of Cerro de Guadalupe. The postcard depicts two houses in front of a small hillside. The houses are small, one-story made of wooden slats. The closest house features a front porch and fence. A road runs to the right of both houses and toward the base of the hill. Several people are standing outside of the second house. A hand-written inscription reads "Cerro de Guadalupe H. Zuacuaro Mich. No 2." On the back, a letter is inscribed from Federica Abreu to Victoria, dated February 12.
Date: unknown
Partner: Witte Museum

[Photograph of Two Young Siblings Posing for Holiday Pictures]

Description: Photograph of two young siblings posing for holiday pictures while standing on chair. Both of the siblings are wearing shorts with a shirt and jacket. The younger is holding a ball. Both of the siblings are wearing boots. There is a note on the front of the photograph that reads: "Best Wishes! for year happiness at Christmas and in the New Year." There is a note on the back of the photograph in Spanish, that says: "Dedicado para mi Tio de Lionel y Eduardo Martinez Jr. para Fernando Martinez."
Date: unknown
Creator: Drow studio
Partner: Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas

Oral History Interview with Victor San Miguel and David Gomez on June 25, 2016.

Description: Video recording of a group interview with Victor San Miguel and David Gomez, two of the current leaders of the Brown Berets in San Antonio, Texas. During the interview each of the men discusses his background and upbringing, and how he came to join the organization. Additionally, Mr. San Miguel explains the role of the southside Brown Berets and the philosophy of Carnalismo including anecdotes about traveling to other cities in Texas to organize Brown Berets, as well as several specific protests where they got involved.
Date: June 25, 2016
Creator: Sinta, Vinicio; San Miguel, Victor & Gomez, David
Partner: TCU Mary Couts Burnett Library