Records of the Latino-Native American Cultural Center
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Acquisition and Processing Information: The bulk of the Records of the Latino-Native American Cultural Center were transferred to the University Archives in 2001. Preliminary guide posted to the Internet January 2008.
Photographs: Boxes 3, 4, 8
Scope and Contents
The Records of the Latino-Native American Cultural Center, University of Iowa, consist of seven series: Administrative, Conferences, Newsletters, Audiovisual Materials, Photographs and Negatives, Artifacts, and Scrapbooks. The collection is partially processed.
The Latino-Native American Cultural Center was founded in 1971 as the Chicano Indian American Student Union (CIASU).
Records of the Office of Special Support Services (RG 24.10)
Box Contents List
Administrative Records Series
Ferguson, John: “Volunteer Experience Project Report: Chicano-Native American Cultural Center”
García, Teresa: conversations with Miguel Ojeda, Sylvia Ramirez, Darlene Wind, Antonio Zavala, 1978?
Taylor, Jan: “The Influence of Student Activism on UI’s Support for Native American Students, 1968-1993” (1999)
Grievances concerning LNACC
Regents Interinstitutional Committee on Minority Recruitment, 1986
Chicano Heritage Coloring Book (mimeograph sheets)
Events and activities
Fall orientation programs, 1979-81, 1986 [includes slide show script]
Flyers and Brochures
Grant proposals, 1973-80
Newspaper clippings (2 folders)
Performance group: program and song lyrics
Proposed moving of cultural centers
Documents [includes survey of students]
Newspaper clippings, 1998-2001
Alianza Hispana Politica de Iowa
American Indian-Chicano Center, Iowa State Penitentiary, Fort Madison
CASA (Chicano, Alumni, Students and Amigos), 1979-81
Council on the Status of Latinos and Native Americans
Upward Bound Program
1972: Chicanos in the Midwest—A Chicano Perspective
1973: Chicano ’73 in Iowa
1974: Chicano Conference—Nuestra Realidad
1975: Chicano Conference—Reflecciones de la Raza
1975: CHALE—Midwest Regional Conference
1977: Symposium on the American Indian
1978: Native American Chicano Week
1979: The Hispanics—A Missing Link in Public Policy (Des Moines)
1985: The Decade of the Hispanic—Fact or Fiction?
1986: CHALE—La Raza Legal Alliance Midwest Regional Conference: “Law—A Hispanic Perspective”
1987: The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986—How It Will Affect You
Miscellaneous, undated (2 folders)
Folder of identification sheets for slides
Photograph Albums (4 vols.)
Photographs and Negatives
Newspaper clippings (4 vols.)
30th Anniversary [includes slides of event and of artwork] (1 vol.)
Audiotapes (reel to reel)
7-inch reels (30)
4-inch reel (1)
Super 8 (6)
Other (1 in mailing box)
LNACC 30th anniversary
VHS videocassette: Breakfast Banquet
Mini DV videocassette: afternoon session workshop (July 7, 2001)
Mini DV videocassette: keynote speakers (July 7, 2001)
Audiocassette: Adele Lozano with Julie Englander on WSUI
30th Anniversary Exhibit, 2001 (at Special Collections Department)
Administrative files; unprocessed
Exhibit materials, 2008 (University Libraries)