Mexican American women
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — 0063
Scope and Contents The collection consists of one box that contains documents pertaining to Dr. Clotilde P. Garcia. The contents include books she published, biographical sketches, awards, publications, resume, and other supporting documents. Dr. Clotilde Pérez García was a noted physician, activist, author, educator, and sister of civil rights activist Hector P. García. Additionally, she was one of the first Mexican-American women in Texas to enter the medical profession.
Dates: 1984 - 2003
Collection — Folder 0026
Scope and Contents The Juanita Rosales Cantu Collection consists of three parts; one series of archival records and two series of digitized materials. The archival records consists of correspondence, legal, and financial documents that support the Juanita Rosales Cantu vs. U.S. Customs civil action lawsuit and settlement. The 2014 Brownsville History Harvest digitized materials consists of files relating to Juanita Rosales Cantu's immediate family.The 2017 History Harvest at UTRGV...
Dates: 1920 - 1999; Event: 1920 - 1929; Event: 1950 - 1959; Event: 1960 - 1969; Event: 1970 - 1979; Event: 1980 - 1989; Event: 1990 - 1999
Series III: History Harvest at UTRGV digital collection, 1900 - 1999, 1900 - 1910, 1939 - 1945, 1990 - 1999, 1970 - 1979
Scope and Contents These digitized materials consist of the following:Newspaper clippings regarding Jacinto Treviño who killed at least two men in 1910 in Los Indios Texas; Newspaper clippings regarding Juanita Rosales Cantu’s siblings during Pearl Harbor and World War 2; A written transcript of U.S. Corp of Engineers member, Patricio Gonzalez. He talks about World War 2 and a wing piece belonging to a P38 American aircraft fighter that he kept as a keepsake; Files...
Dates: 1900 - 1999; Event: 1900 - 1910; Event: 1939 - 1945; Event: 1990 - 1999; Event: 1970 - 1979