Onionskin paper carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera to Fred M. Valdez, National President of League of United Latin American Citizens, and William D. Bonilla, State Director of LULAC, dated November 16, 1961, and printed on "Law Offices of John J. Herrera" letterhead. The letter conveys the details of the reformation of LULAC Council No. 189 in Eagle Lake, Texas, and lists the temporary officers elected.
Onionskin paper carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera directed to Marley Giddens, Superintendent of Schools care of Columbus Elementary School, dated November 16, 1961. Herrera informs Giddens that he represents the parents of many Latin American children at the Columbus Elementary School who are protesting Giddens actions as superintendent on October 26, 1961. Herrera requests a meeting with Giddens and a committee of parents involved in a recent situation regarding Latin American students at the school. The meeting was requested on behalf of William D. Bonilla, State Director of League of United Latin American Citizens. The letter is copied to John A. Marzola, Frank M. Valdez, and William D. Bonilla.