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Alonso S. Perales Papers

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Scope and Contents

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Administrative Information

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Personal Papers

General Correspondence

Nicaraguan Consular Service

Aricna-Tacna Compromise

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)/Sons of America

National Foreign Trade Council

Committee of One Hundred Citizens and League of Loyal Citizens

Additional Civil Service

Law Firm

Religious Interests

Perales Original Works

Newspaper Clippings and Saved Articles

Marta Pérez de Perales Papers

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By Kristen McAlear and Nicolás Kanellos

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Collection Overview

Title: Alonso S. Perales Papers, 1898-1991

ID: 04/2010-002

Primary Creator: Perales, Alonso S., 1898-1960

Extent: 17.0 Linear Feet

Date Acquired: 00/00/2009

Subjects: Comité contra el Racismo, Committee of One Hundred Citizens, League of Loyal Citizens, League of United Latin American Citizens, Perales, Alonso S., 1898-1960, Perales, Marta Pérez de

Forms of Material: Blueprints (reprographic copies), Books, Brochures, Clippings (information artifacts), Correspondence, Manuscripts (document genre), Offprints, Periodicals, Photographs, Scrapbooks, Typescripts

Languages: English, Spanish;Castilian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Containing 17 series and housed in 14 boxes, this collection documents the life and work of Alonso S. Perales and, to a lesser degree, that of his wife, Marta Pérez de Perales. The collection also contains the correspondence with Perales by noteworthy civil rights leaders as J. T. Canales, Dr. Carlos Castañeda, José Luz Saenz, Mauro Machado, George I. Sánchez and Adela Sloss de Vento. The Alonso S. Perales Papers also contain the organizational papers for the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Committee of One Hundred Citizens and League of Loyal Citizens and various other civil rights organizations. Perales’ journalism, essays, speeches and radio addresses are represented on hundreds of pages of typescript, at times with marginalia. His published materials include books, pamphlets and thousands of newspaper columns and letters to the editor. The collection also includes onionskin copies of typewritten letters from Perales to recipients, including community leaders, national and state politicians, and their typewritten letters responding to him. An extensive newspaper clipping file and full pages of newspapers from around Texas that carried his writing are also conserved in this collection. A particularly interesting chapter in the Perales documentation corresponds to his service as Consul for Nicaragua in San Antonio, during which he seems to have forged a strong relationship with Nicaraguan President Anastasio Somoza. Also included is a rich collection of personal and business photographs, many of which have been identified, and important memorabilia, such as awards, certificates and citations given to Mr. Perales.

Related Materials:

Selections from the Alonso S. Perales Papers digital collection (http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/perales)

Alsono S. Perales Papers Microfilm: Catalog listing (http://library.uh.edu/search~S11?/eMicrofilm+2309/emicrofilm+2309/-3,-1,0,B/exact&FF=emicrofilm+2309&1,22)

Biographical Note

Alonso S. Perales, civil-rights lawyer and diplomat, was born on Oct. 17, 1898, to Susana Sandoval and Nicolas Perales in Alice, Texas. His father died when he was six years old and his mother when he was 12, leaving him an orphan. He worked laying railroad ties and picking cotton to put himself through high school and college. Later, Perales was drafted into the United States Army during World War I. After the war, Perales received an honorable discharge and moved to Washington D.C. to work with the U.S. Commerce Department. Perales eventually enrolled at George Washington University, receiving his B.A. He then attended the National University where he received his Law degree in 1926.

Perales married Marta Pérez y Peña, a bookstore owner, and they eventually adopted a daughter and two sons. In the 1920s and 1930s he went on thirteen diplomatic missions to the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Nicaragua, Mexico, Chile, and the West Indies. In particular he was Legal Advisor to the United States Electoral Mission in Nicaragua in 1928, 1930 and 1932 and was one of the attorneys on General John J. Pershing’s staff for the Tacna-Arica Arbitration Commision in 1925-1926. He served as Consul General of Nicaragua in San Antonio, Texas and in 1945 he served as legal counsel to the Nicaraguan delegation at the United Nations conference. He also served under the Dwight D. Eisenhower administration.

From the 1920s until his death, Perales remained a prominent political leader, particularly as a defender of Mexican-American civil rights. As such he participated in various Civil Rights organizations and was one of the founders of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in 1929. Along with José Tomás Canales and Eduardo Idar, he helped write the LULAC constitution and served as the organization’s second president in 1930, organizing Council 16 in San Antonio. As president of LULAC one of Perales greatest accomplishments was the successful defeat of the Box Immigration Bill in 1930 which would have put a quota on Mexican immigration to the United States. His other civic activities included founding the Independent Voters Association, a Mexican-American political club in San Antonio, introducing legislation calling for the prohibition of racial discrimination, and membership in other religious and civil rights organizations. For his civic activities he was decorated by Spain with the “Medal of Civil Merit”, one of the nation’s highest civil honors.

Perales published numerous essays, speeches and two books: Are we good neighbors? which documents cases of racial discrimination, and the two volume En defensa de mi raza which compiles many of his essays and speeches on racial discrimination and those of other intellectuals. Also a regular columnist for La Prensa and other Spanish language newspapers, he published columns entitled “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos” which spoke of Mexican-American civil rights issues and “Por mi religión” which presents issues related to the Catholic Church.

Alonso S. Perales died on May 9, 1960. In 1977 the Alonso S. Perales Elementary School in Edgewood ISD was dedicated on the west side of San Antonio, and in 1990 the national LULAC convention in Albuquerque paid tribute to him.

Subject/Index Terms

Comité contra el Racismo
Committee of One Hundred Citizens
League of Loyal Citizens
League of United Latin American Citizens
Perales, Alonso S., 1898-1960
Perales, Marta Pérez de

Administrative Information

Repository: University of Houston Libraries

Access Restrictions: Open for research.

Use Restrictions:

Permission to publish or reprint these materials must be requested from Arte Público Press at https://artepublicopress.com/permissions/.

Special Collections owns the physical items in our collections, but copyright normally belongs to the creator of the materials or his/her heirs or Arte Público Press. The researcher has full responsibility for determining copyright status, locating copyright holders, and abiding by current copyright laws when publishing or displaying copies of Special Collections material in print or electronic form.

Acquisition Source: Donated to the Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Project (https://artepublicopress.com/recovery-project/) by Alonso S. Perales' daughter Marta Carrizales and son Raymond Perales.

Related Materials:

Selections from the Alonso S. Perales Papers digital collection (http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/perales)

Alsono S. Perales Papers Microfilm Catalog listing (http://library.uh.edu/search~S11?/eMicrofilm+2309/emicrofilm+2309/-3,-1,0,B/exact&FF=emicrofilm+2309&1,22)

Preferred Citation: Alonso S. Perales Papers. Courtesy of Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries.

Processing Information: Nicolás Kanellos, Carolina Villarroel, Gabriela Baeza Ventura, Norma Mouton, Cristelia Pérez, Miguel Kanellos, Kristen McAlear and the research assistants at the Recovering the U. S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Program.


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Personal Papers],
[Series 2: General Correspondence],
[Series 3: Nicaraguan Consular Service],
[Series 4: Aricna-Tacna Compromise],
[Series 5: League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)/Sons of America],
[Series 6: National Foreign Trade Council],
[Series 7: Committee of One Hundred Citizens and League of Loyal Citizens],
[Series 8: Additional Civil Service],
[Series 9: Law Firm],
[Series 10: Religious Interests],
[Series 11: Perales Original Works],
[Series 12: Newspaper Clippings and Saved Articles],
[Series 13: Marta Pérez de Perales Papers],
[Series 14: Original Works by other individuals],
[Series 15: Periodicals and Publications],
[Series 16: Scrapbooks],
[Series 17: Artifacts],
[All]

Series 1: Personal Papers
This series contains 23 folders housed in 2 boxes. Included in this series are personal documents, education records and military records saved by Alonso S. Perales and his wife. Notable documents are birth certificates, wills, driver’s licenses, membership cards, passports and other identification and tax information. The documents pertaining to military service include Perales’s honorable discharge certificate, special orders and travel orders as well as records from veteran’s benefits. This series also contains photographs from Perales’s life, some identified. Of special interest is “Antecedentes de Alonso S. Perales”, a speech given at the dedication of the Alonso S. Perales School. One large subseries contains extensive educational records from Alonso S. Perales’s university studies, including essays, notebooks, graded exams and report cards.
Sub-Series 1: Personal Documents
This subseries contains 13 Folders housed in 2 boxes. Please note that Box 14 is an oversize box and contains items from several series. Notable documents are birth certificates, wills, driver’s licenses, membership cards, passports and other identification and tax information. Many photographs are included in this series, some identified.
Box 1
Folder 1: Birth, Death, Wedding Documents and other biographical material
Folder 2: Honors/Awards/certificates
Folder 3: Photographs, sketches and paintings
Folder 4: Letters of recommendation
Folder 5: Personal tax and banking documents
Folder 6: Personal documents and membership cards
Folder 7: Military Service
Folder 8: U.S. Civil Service Commission
Folder 9: “Mensaje de Perales a los ciudadanos latinoamericanos”
Folder 10: Political campaign materials
Folder 11: Leisure interests, activities and vacations
Folder 12: Address lists and handwritten notes
Box 14
Folder 1: OVS  Photographs, Sketches, Paintings, Diplomas and certificates
Item 1: New York Poster
Item 2: Alonso S. Perales portrait by Jesús Castro
Item 3: La fiesta de las flores – Washington University, Dec 1921
Item 4: 1926 Senior Prom – National University law school, Dec 4, 1919
Item 5: Autographed portrait, Feb. 12, 1942
Item 6: Alonso S. Perales portrait – Charcoal Sketch, Jul 15, 1946
Item 7: “My Son” Charcoal Sketch
Item 8: Harold E. Stassen autographed print
Item 9: Family portrait, family friend, Oct. 1946
Item 10: Dwight D. Eisenhower portrait
Item 11: Cónsul General de Nicaragua certificate, Apr 5, 1934
Item 12: Cónsul, ad honorem de Nicaragua certificate, Apr 16, 1937
Item 13: Diploma– Universidad Nacional de México – Marta Pérez de Perales
Item 14: Diploma– Universidad Nacional de México – Alonso S. Perales
Item 15: United States Customs Court certificate – Alonso S. Perales
Sub-Series 2: Educational Documents
This subseries contains 10 folders contained in 1 box. It features items related to Alonso S. Perales’s university education. Of particular interest are the examination materials, graded blue book essays, and English and rhetoric essays, including an unsigned essay “Discovery of silver in Peru”, likely authored by Alonso Perales.
Box 1
Folder 13: University Study Materials
Item 1: Class schedules
Item 2: Tuition records
Item 3: Cancelled checks for tuition
Item 4: Report cards
Item 5: University Admission documents
Item 6: Collegiate Debate, Rutgers vs. George Washington University
Item 7: Miscellaneous notes
Folder 14: Examination Materials
Folder 15: Political Science
Folder 16: Religion and Sociology
Folder 17: Biology
Folder 18: English and Rhetoric
Folder 19: English and Rhetoric Essays
Folder 20: Economics and Psychology, [1930]
Folder 21: Law School
Folder 22: Short hand notebooks
Series 2: General Correspondence
This series contains 47 folders contained in 3 boxes. Please note that Box 14 is an oversize box that contains large items from several series. It is organized alphabetically, by correspondent, with correspondence starting in 1922 and dated through 1960. The contained correspondence includes items from Alonso S. Perales related to his personal interests and activities, and also correspondence from his friends and relatives. There are several letters to or from “Don Político” which may be a pseudonym for Perales.
Box 1
Folder 23: Acosta – Avina
Item 1: Acosta, Julio G., Sep. 19, 1945
Item 2: Acuña, Víctor, Dec. 2, 1957
Item 3: Adams, John Q., Sep. 17, 1954
Item 4: Adlamia, J., May 2, 1934
Item 5: Aguilar, Jesús, Apr. 27, 1944
Item 6: Aguilar, Nicanor, Mar. 2, 1948
Item 7: Alanís, Manuel, Jul 8, 1929
Item 8: Alaniz, Brígido, undated
Item 9: Alatorre, Francisco, Apr. 25-27, 1942
Item 10: Albidress, Chas., Jr., Aug. 8, 1950
Item 11: Albidress, Chas., Jr. - Silver Wedding Anniversary invitation
Item 12: Albion, Edouard, Feb. 17, 1927
Item 13: Alfaro, R.J., Jun 28, 1946; Sep. 21, 1945
Item 14: Allison, Guy P., Mar. 26, 1952
Item 15: Alonzo, E.B., Feb. 18, 1945
Item 16: Altamirano, Rafael Espinosa, Oct. 25, 1945
Item 17: Alva, S., Jul. 6, 1941
Item 18: Alvarado, Felipa G., Jul 15, 1949
Item 19: Alvarado, Luis, May 9, 1958
Item 20: Alvarez, Pablo, Jun 24, 1949
Item 21: American Civil Liberties Union, Mar 1, 1938
Item 22: American Legion, Falfurrias, TX, Aug. 14, 1926
Item 23: Anderson, Charles W., Aug. 1-2, 1940
Item 24: Anderson, P.L., Apr. 5-9, 1941
Item 25: Archer, William, May, 5, 1936
Item 26: Arias, Ramón J., Dec. 28, 1937
Item 27: Ariaz, Juan, Feb. 3, 1944
Item 28: Arneson, Edwin P., May 2, 1936
Item 29: Arredondo, F.J., Oct. 29, 1941
Item 30: Arrólloz,  Jacinto, Mar 5, 1944 -Feb. 16, 1946
Item 31: Arrowood, Mrs. C.F., Mar 16-18, 1940
Item 32: Austin, R.E., Jan. 13, 1932
Item 33: Austin, William L., Oct. 15, 1936
Item 34: Astonga, Amando, Jun 10, 1945
Item 35: Astudillo, Luis G., May 24, 1939
Item 36: Avina, Victor, Oct 22, 1944
Folder 24: Babcock – Byrne
Item 1: Babcock, John E., Jul 13, 1939
Item 2: Baesa, J. S., Aug. 12, 1945
Item 3: Balderas, Josías, May 26, 1949
Item 4: Barker, Mrs. W. H., undated
Item 5: Barnes, Stuart J., Oct. 7-29, 1945
Item 6: Barrera, Adan, Mar. 12, 1983
Item 7: Barrientos, C. U., Dec. 31, 1939
Item 8: Barrozo, Marcos, Sep. 22, 1943
Item 9: Basánez, T., Jun 6, 1939
Item 10: Bates, James S., Apr. 30-Sep. 1, 1954
Item 11: Beaseley, County Judge, undated
Item 13: Beek, Joe L., Apr 25, 1953
Item 14: Bell, Loyce M., Nov. 21, 1970
Item 15: Bell, Sam, May 18, 1940
Item 16: Belt, Guillermo, Jul 28, 1945
Item 17: Beltrán, Pedro G., Jul 23, 1945
Item 18: Beltrán, Vicente, Apr 23, 1949
Item 19: Bennett, Sam C., Apr. 5, 1941
Item 20: Bentsen, Lloyd M., Mar. 12, 1949
Item 21: Bentsen, Lloyd M. Jr., Mar. 19, 1941-Mar. 19, 1951
Item 22: Berle, A.A. Jr., Sep. 12, 1941
Item 23: Bernal, Joe J., Nov. 21, 1974
Item 24: Bernal-Herrera, Atilano, Dec. 12, 1949
Item 25: Beverly – The Secretary of State, Sep. 17, 1941
Item 26: Bingham, Hiram W., Oct. 31, 1927-Nov 5, 1927
Item 27: Birch, Father, May 10, 1947
Item 28: Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Texas, Aug 18, 1958
Item 29: Blocker, William P., Jan. 28, 1942
Item 30: Board of Economic Warfare, Sep. 30, 1942
Item 31: Borella, Victor, Feb. 5, 1943
Item 32: Boyce, Pearle Marie, Sep. 11, 1938
Item 33: Boys Club of San Antonio, Nov. 10, 1941
Item 34: Botello, Adelfa, Jul 11, 1939
Item 35: Bowen, R. E., Jun 19, 1941
Item 36: Bramble, Charline, Sep. 5, 1939
Item 37: Bramble, Edgar J., Nov. 10, 1952
Item 38: Branavo, Jaime, undated
Item 39: Bravo Silva, César Augusto, May 28, 1959
Item 40: Bravo, Manuel M., Mar. 21, 1932
Item 41: Brewster, D. W., Sep. 22, 1927
Item 42: Bridgers, John C., Oct. 30, 1945
Item 43: Bristow, María de, Jan. 23, 1950
Item 44: Brothers, Sep. 15, 1943–Nov. 8, 1939
Item 45: Broughton, O., Jun. 19-Oct. 14, 1950
Item 46: Brown, A. W., Jan. 7, 1958
Item 47: Brown, Mrs. Leon H., Aug. 16 - 21, 1954
Item 48: Brown, M., Jan. 27
Item 49: Buitrón, no first name, undated
Item 50: Bustos, Domingo, Oct. 6, 1940
Item 51: Butler, George A., Feb. 27, 1950
Item 52: Byrne, Mrs. A., Mar. 20, 1952
Folder 25: Caballero – Cherrington
Item 1: Caballero, José, Jun. 9, 1947
Item 2: Caballero, Pedro, C.M.F., undated
Item 3: Cabrera, Lorenzo M., 1945
Item 4: ?, Julian R., Jul. 28, 1945
Item 5: Calderon, Carlos A., Apr. 5, 1948
Item 6: Calhoun, Temple, Oct. 14, 1939
Item 7: Camacho, Jose Angel, Jul 3, 1939
Item 8: Camarillo, Armando, written on an envelope, undated
Item 9: National University Building and Development Fund
Item 10: Campos, J.L., Oct 2, 1964
Item 11: Canález, Gilbert R., Aug. 22, 1939
Item 12: Cantú, A., Sep. 28, - Oct. 3, 1949
Item 13: Cañas, G. N., Feb. 27, 1944
Item 14: Canyes, Manuel S., Nov 10, 1945
Item 15: Capiedra, Fraustino, and Castillo, Nasario, Feb. 17, 1944
Item 16: Carlos y Elsa, no last name, Mar 6
Item 17: Carlton, Leonard, to James, Floyd D., May 5, 1941
Item 18: Carr, Wilbur J., Aug 2, 1930
Item 20: Carrillo, Alejandro P., Nov 16 -- 23, 1926
Item 21: Carrillo, Lira J., Feb. 17, 1941
Item 22: Carssow, William B., Feb. 19 – Mar 24, 1937
Item 23: Carvajal, Esther Perez, Jun 11, 1940
Item 24: Casady, Si, Aug. 20, 1941 - May 10, 1947
Item 25: Casanova, M.T., Apr 18, 1941
Item 26: Casárez, Roy, Jun 27, 1939
Item 27: Casas, David, Apr 8, 1941-Apr 14, 1941
Item 28: Casillas, Luis, Apr 25, 1944
Item 29: Cassidy, James R., Mar. 7, 1947
Item 30: Cassin, John L., Nov. 4 - 22, 1926
Item 31: Castañeda, Elisa, May 23, 1967
Item 32: Castillo, J. J., undated
Item 33: Castillo, J. O., Apr 18, 1938
Item 34: Castro, Héctor David, May 13, 1946 - Dec 19, 1945
Item 36: Cazares, Eduardo, Jul 15, 1941
Item 38: Cázares, Roy, Jun. 27, 1939
Item 39: Ceballos, Francis, Sep. 12, 1940
Item 40: Cedillo, Carmen, and Ancira, Jacobo M., Feb. 28, 1944
Item 41: Unnamed letter from Rio Grande City, undated
Item 42: Cepeda, Eustasio, Jul 18, 1945
Item 43: Cerda, Gilberto, Apr 12, 1944
Item 44: Cervantes, Esther, May 29 - Jul. 31, 1950
Item 45: Chamber of Coomerce, Castroville, Aug. 19, 1938
Item 47: Chapa, J.M., Apr. 4, 1952
Item 48: Charles and Violeta, no last name, Apr 20, 1949
Item 49: Charlie, Jan. 22, 1937
Item 50: Charter Amendments election, Dec. 1, 1953
Item 51: Chavez, Alfredo, Apr. 10, 1941
Item 52: Chávez, Louis M., Mar 20, 1928
Item 53: Chávez Saldaña, María Antonia, Mar 6, 1940
Item 54: Cherrington, Ben M., Sep 12 - 21, 1938
Folder 26: City Tax Collector – Contreras
Item 1: City Tax Collector, May 31, 1950
Item 2: Clamp, H.L., May 26 - Jul 6, 1925
Item 3: Clarkson, Anna L., Mar 8, 1939
Item 4: Cobbs, T.D., Jun 2, 1941
Item 5: Cocke, Emmett B., Oct 4 - Oct 22, 1959
Item 6: Coit, Ruth, May 17, 1938 – Apr 16, 1943
Item 7: Colina, Rafael de la, Nov. 24, 1934 - Aug 18, 1944
Item 8: Commission of Inquiry and Conciliation, Bolivia and Paraguay, Sep. 13, 1929
Item 9: Connally, Tom, (also see Law Firm file), May 31, 1933 - Feb. 14, 1945
Item 10: Contreras, Hernán Abundio, Apr 29, 1933 - Jan. 26, 1954
Folder 27: Cook – Culberson
Item 1: Cook, Joe T., Apr. 15, 1948
Item 2: Cook, Robert L., Oct. 14, 1948
Item 3: Cooke, George F., Mar. 4, 1952
Item 4: Coronel, Paul, Dec., 30, 1945 - Nov. 19, 1926
Item 5: Corrigan, Bat, Jul. 19, 1925 - Nov. 19. 1926
Item 6: Cortez, don Raúl, Apr., 23, 1957
Item 7: Costa, Octavio R., Mar. 19, 1960
Item 8: Craze, George H., Jan. 8, 1934
Item 9: Crockett, Frank H., Dec. 14, 1940
Item 10: Cruz López, J., Sep. 21, 1937
Item 11: Cruz, Robert B. from Cox, E., Sep 5, 1941
Item 12: Cuéllar, Benjamín F., Jul. 21, 1948 - Jun 19, 1953
Item 13: Culberson, George G., Apr. 2, 1923
Folder 28: Daniel – Dickson
Item 1: Daniel, Price, Mar. 17, 1952 - Mar. 10, 1959
Item 2: Davis, no first name, Feb. 27, 1948
Item 3: Davis, C. Ray, Jan. 30, 1940
Item 4: Davis, B. C., Jan. 16 - Jan. 24, 1951
Item 5: Davis, D.F,, Sep. 27 - Mar. 24, 1939
Item 6: Davis, Herbert L., Dec. 13 - Dec. 22, 1933
Item 7: Dees, Mrs. W. W., Jan. 28 - Mar. 24, 1939
Item 8: Delaney, T. A., Oct. 11, 1930 – Oct. 1, 1957
Item 9: Delgado, Agustín, Jun 29 - Jul. 5, 1944
Item 10: Delgado, Francisco A., Sep. 16, 1945
Item 11: Deming, Ted Jr., Dec. 28, 1948
Item 12: Dennis, William C., Jul. 5, 1928 - Jul. 23
Item 14: Díaz, Juan, Feb. 9, 1040
Item 15: Díaz De Leon, Manuel, Oct. 13 - 16, 1940
Item 16: Dickison, P.E., Jan. 21, 1937 - Apr. 16, 1952
Item 17: Dickson, Fagan, Aug. 6, 1940 - Nov. 13, 1941
Folder 29: Division of Foreign Service Personnel – Durán y Carbajal
Item 1: Division of Foreign Service Personnel, Jun 10, 1942
Item 2: Division of Protocol and International Conference, Aug. 12, 1938
Item 3: Dodson, John L., Jan. 15 - Apr. 2, 1932
Item 4: Domínguez, Efraín, Apr. 13 -- Apr. 19, 1948
Item 5: Domínguez, J. M., Oct. 17, 1949
Item 6: “Don Político,” San Antonio Light, Feb. 25, 1939
Item 7: “Don Político,” San Antonio Light, Feb. 4, 1943
Item 8: Donnell, J.W., May 18 - Jun 24, 1940
Item 9: Donohue, Leo M., Jun 14, 1951
Item 10: Dooley, Pat, Apr. 8, 1935
Item 11: Doyle, Henry Grattan, Dec. 20, 1921
Item 12: Drivers License Division (Texas), Dec. 10, 1959
Item 13: Drury, Father Thomas J., 1952
Item 14: Duggan, Laurence, Sep. 24 - Oct. 17, 1938
Item 15: Duncan, Logan, Aug. 10, 1954
Item 16: Dunn, J. C., Nov. 13, 1929
Item 17: Duplan, Luis L., undated
Item 18: Durán y Carbajal, A., Sep. 6, 1936 – Sep. 18, 1937
Folder 30: Echavarría – Estrella
Item 1: Echavarría, Francisco, Feb. 18, 1944
Item 2: Editor, Laredo Times, Nov. 5, 1956
Item 3: Editor de “El Fronterizo”, Mar 23, 1931
Item 4: Eisenhower, Dwight D., Oct. 1, 1957 - Mar. 9, 1960
Item 5: Elías, Antonio (Consul de España), Dec 12, 1949 – Aug 9,1952
Item 6: Elliot, Orlena, Oct. 1, 1937
Item 7: Engleman, Allan, Feb. 11, 1947
Item 8: Enríquez, Pedro, Sep. 27, 1949
Item 9: Ernesto, Nov. 1, 1942
Item 10: Escamilla, John, Nov. 17, 1945
Item 11: Escobar, Eleuterio, Apr. 14, 1929 - Oct. 31, 1950
Item 12: Esparza, Manuel M., Sep. 14, 1945
Item 14: Estela, Apr. 10, 1951, and Sep. 16, 1952
Item 15: Estrada de, Irene C., Mar., 29, 1953
Item 16: Estrada, Leonor, Feb. 1, 1950
Item 17: Estrello, Fidencia, Feb. 16, 1944
Folder 31: Farley – Fernández
Item 1: Farley, James A., Aug. 22, 1945
Item 2: Farnum, George R., Feb. 1 - 9, 1927
Item 3: Fate, Frank L., undated
Item 4: Fegan, Hugh J., Oct. 11, 1926
Item 5: Felty, Fred, Jan. 13 - Jun. 21, 1938
Item 6: Ferguson, Oct. 24, 1926
Item 7: Ferguson, Marilyn, Apr. 10, 1953
Item 8: Fern, George H., Mar. 22, 1934
Item 9: Fernández, A. C., Feb. 4, 1943 - Nov. 20, 1945
Item 10: Fernández, Estella, May 28, 1941
Item 11: Fernandez, Pedro, Nov. 30 - Dec. 11, 1936
Folder 32: Fierro – Friends
Item 1: Fierro, O.J., May 21, 1939
Item 2: Figueroa, Virginia, Jul. 10, 1949
Item 3: Fiscowich, Florencio, Apr. 8, 1954 – Mar. 29, 1955
Item 4: Fletcher, Joe S., Nov. 1, 1940
Item 5: Flores, Joe H., Feb. 19, 1944
Item 6: Flores, Isidoro, undated
Item 7: Flores, Emilio, and Garcés, Juan, Feb. 27, 1944
Item 8: Flury, Enrique, Jan. 17, 1922
Item 9: Fournier, M.A., Sep. 3, 1948
Item 10: Fraga, Leo, Sep. 28 - Oct. 17, 1940
Item 11: Francis, Mary & P.J., undated
Item 12: Friends, undated
Item 13: Friends, Apr., 26, 1948
Folder 33: Galán – Garriga
Item 1: Galán, Eloísa, Feb. 14 - Mar. 11, 1944
Item 2: Galindo, Ramón, May 5, 1943 -- Nov. 26, 1959
Item 3: Gallardo, Albert V. from Cox, E., May 1, 1941
Item 4: Galván, Frank J., Mar. 24, 1937
Item 5: Garcés, Virginia, J, 9, 1949
Item 6: García, A. B., May 10, 1949
Item 7: García, Antonio R., Feb. 25, 1944
Item 8: García, Carlos, Jan. 6, 1932 - Oct. 10, 1945
Item 9: García, Elías, Apr. 10, 1944
Item 10: Garcia, Felix H., Sep. 7, 1952
Item 11: García Godoy, Emilio, Aug. 13, 1945
Item 12: García, Gus C., Dec., 12, 1951
Item 13: García, H., Nov. 28, 1949
Item 14: García, H. A., Oct. 2, 1954
Item 15: García, Leopoldo, Mar. 22, 1932
Item 16: García, María C., undated
Item 17: García, Octavio R., Jul. 23 - 25, 1939
Item 18: García, Odón G., Apr. 22, 1940
Item 19: García, Osbaldo, Feb. 24, 1950
Item 20: García, Pablo, Apr. 24, 1948 - Jul. 28, 1954
Item 21: García, Rafael M., Apr. 16, 1934
Item 22: García, Rubén, Mar. 21, 1941
Item 24: Garibay, Francisco, Aug, 19, 1954
Item 25: Garner, John N., Jan. 13 - 15, 1927
Item 26: Garriga, Rev. Mariano S., Mar. 18 - Aug. 8, 1958
Folder 34: Garza – González
Item 1: Garza, Adolfo de la, Dec. 10, 1936
Item 2: Garza, Essiquio, Nov. 2, 1937
Item 3: Garza, Feliciano., Jan. 16, 1952
Item 4: Garza, Felix Jr., Jan. 25, 1946
Item 5: Garza, Hernán, Nov. 3, 1948 - May 16, 1949
Item 6: Garza, Luis R., Mar. 12- -26, 1938
Item 7: Garza, Ramiro, Apr. 28, 1960
Item 8: Garza de la, Ramiro, undated
Item 9: Garza, Richard M., Mar. 17, 1943
Item 10: Garza, Santos S., Mar. 20, 1934
Item 11: Garza, Tomás M., Nov. 21, 1944
Item 13: Gibson, N. T., undated
Item 14: Godínez, Dr. And Mrs. F.B., Dec. 4, 1951
Item 15: Goggans, J.L., Jun 17, 1925
Item 16: Goggan, Thos. S., Jul. 29, 1941
Item 17: Golatka, Walter, Mar. 18, 1952
Item 18: Gómez, Hilario, Nov. 16, 1926
Item 19: Gómez, Victorino, Nov. 7, 1926
Item 20: González, A, Jun 27, 1949
Item 21: González, Agustín Angel, May 12, 1939
Item 22: González, Francisco, Sep. 22, 1941
Item 23: González, G. O., Aug. 1, 1938
Item 24: González, Henry B., Feb. 28, 1947
Item 25: González, Hesiquio, Aug., 27, 1945 - Dec., 10, 1951
Item 26: González, J.H., May 8, 1940
Item 28: González, José, undated
Item 29: González, Leonidas, Sep., 9, 1954
Item 30: González, M. R., Feb. 26, 1944 - Apr., 5, 1945
Item 31: González, Marta M., Jul. 12 - Jun., 25, 1952
Item 32: González, Martín, G., Feb. 16, 1946
Item 33: González, Pablo, Apr. 30, 1932
Item 34: González, Rafael C., Apr. 20, 1950
Folder 35: Granberry – Guerra, Fernando
Item 1: Government Printing Office, Jun 20, 1953
Item 2: Granbery, John C., Apr., 5, 1947 - Mar. 2, 1950
Item 3: Gravis, Frank J., Jun 20, 1956
Item 4: Gray, Carl R., Mar. 26, 1951
Item 5: Gray, George A., Sep. 1954
Item 6: Greely, Major General John N., Jul. 18, 1941
Item 7: Griswold, Florence T., Jun 21, 1933 - Dec. 4, 1939
Item 8: Groesbeeck, H. S., Nov. 18, 1957
Item 9: Grothaus, Julia, Aug. 16, 1941
Item 10: Guerra, A. G., Oct. 2, 1944
Item 11: Guerra, Adelino, Sep. 5, 1948
Item 12: Guerra, Diódoro, Sep. 22, 1927
Item 13: Guerra, F.B. Jr., Apr. 10, 1952
Folder 36: Guerra, Fidencio – Guzmán
Item 1: Guerra, Fidencio M., Apr. 2, 1952 - Nov.20, 1958
Item 2: Guerra, Florentina, Feb. 1, 1946
Item 4: Guerra Reyes, Mercedes, undated
Item 5: Gutiérrez, Alberto, Dec. 7, 1931
Item 6: Gutierrez, Amado, Aug. 5, 1927 – Sep. 18, 1937
Item 7: Gutiérrez, Armando, Jun 29, 1949
Item 8: Gutiérrez, Cástulo, Mar. 20, 1959
Item 9: Gutiérrez, Isabel G de, Feb. 5, 1944
Item 10: Guzman, Gregorio, Feb., 23, 1945
Item 11: Guzmán, Vicente, Dec. 12, 1944
Folder 37: Hall – Huntress
Item 1: Hall, Marvin, Jul. 28 - 30, 1936
Item 2: Hamilton, John J., President’s Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership, Jan. 27, 1932 - Oct. 22, 1939
Item 3: Harrell, C. A., Apr. 18, 1952
Item 4: Harris, Grace G; González, Lillie M.; and González, María M., Mar. 13, 1944
Item 5: Hayes, Rev. John M., May 27, 1953
Item 6: Heard, Townsend, Jul. 10, 1942
Item 7: Hein, Henry F., Jan. 11, 1940 – Dec. 3, 1944
Item 8: Hendricks, Harold, Sep. 23, 1954
Item 9: Hernández, Alejo, Aug. 2, 1939
Item 10: Hernández, María . de, May 9, 1939
Item 11: Hernandez, Pedro L., Jan. 22, 1940
Item 12: Herrasti, Alicia, Feb. 27, 1960
Item 13: Heusinger, Edward W.,, Sep. 30, 1939
Item 14: Hijos de Texas, Aug. 1, 1923
Item 15: Hill, C.C,, Sep. 18, 1940
Item 16: Hill, P.B,, Sep., 20, 1939
Item 17: Hill, Ricardo, Jan. 8, 1937
Item 18: Hinojosa, Apr. 16, 1959
Item 19: Hinojosa, Federico Allen, Jan. 13, 1927
Item 20: Hinojosa, Jose S., Jun 23, 1953
Item 21: Hinojosa, Tomás, Nov. 4, 1953 – Jan. 15, 1975
Item 22: Hinojosa, Tomás, undated
Item 23: Hitchcock, C. H., Mar. 15, 1949
Item 24: Hogan, no first name, undated
Item 25: Hopkins, Joe, Jun. 10 – 11, 1946
Item 26: Hoyo, John C,, Mar. 21, 1952
Item 27: Hueck, Karl J.C.H., Mar. 23, 1960
Item 28: Hudson, Estelle Ripley, Jan. 22, 1938
Item 29: Hull, Wm. C., Apr. 28, 1941
Item 30: Humphreys, Parry J., Apr. 3 - 7, 1948
Item 31: Huntress, Frank G., Jun 1, 1950
Item 32: Huntress, Fred, Apr. 17, 1952
Folder 38: Ibarra – Johnson
Item 1: Ibarra, Alfredo M., Feb. 28, 1946 - Dec. 29, 1952
Item 2: Idar, Eduardo, Sep. 24, 1927 - Mar. 15, 1932
Item 3: Invitations, various dates
Item 4: Ijams, George E., Jun 18, 1930
Item 5: Iruegas, de Herlinda M., Jul. 22, 1948
Item 6: Irvin, Mrs. Harland, Aug. 10, 1938
Item 7: J.J., undated
Item 8: Jackson, J.E., Aug. 13, 1936
Item 9: Jaramillo, Alejandro, Feb. 16, 1944
Item 10: Jasso, Frank R., Mar. 15, 1948
Item 11: Jerome, Sister Frances, Apr. 8, 1949
Item 12: Jimenez, Cristino, Nov., 3, 1939
Item 13: Jiménez, Francisco de P., Mar. 9, 1944 – Mar. 15, 1946
Item 14: Johnson, A. H., Nov. 9, 1930
Item 15: Johnson, Alfredo, Jan. 19, 1942
Item 16: Johnson, Ano, Sep. 5, 1942
Item 17: Johnson, Read, Dec. 3, 1931 - Mar. 11, 1932
Box 2
Folder 1: Kaler - Kuntz, undated
Item 1: Kaler, Fr., Nov. 24, 1927
Item 2: Keller, Mrs. Charles, undated
Item 3: Kellogg, Frank B., Jan. 24, 1927
Item 4: Kelly, Rev. Matthew H., Jun 16-18, 1952
Item 5: Kennelly, Clyde B., Jun 30, 1954
Item 6: Kercheville, Ira J., Jun 19-Sep., 11, 1939
Item 7: Kimball, E., Aug. 11, 1927
Item 8: King, Toni & Louise, Jun 29, 1947
Item 9: King, W. A., Jun 21, 1941
Item 10: Kirgan, D. E., Mar. 8, 1932
Item 11: Knight, James W. Feb., 9 -10, 1950
Item 12: Kobler, Donald G., Oct. 14, 1942
Item 13: Korling, Bert and Gertrude, Oct. 3, 1950-Nov. 28, 1959
Item 14: Krock, T., Apr. 27, 1950
Item 15: Kuntz, Jack, Mar., 21, 1952
Folder 2: Kilday, Paul, 1927-1945
Folder 3: Kilday, Paul, 1946-1959
Folder 4: L., Elisa – López
Item 1: L., Elisa, Jan. 25, 1942
Item 2: Labrador, Reverendo Padre P. L., Sep. 8, 1951
Item 3: Lafarelle, Lorenzo G., Sep. 30, 1943
Item 4: Landeros, Gavino, Sep.  14, 1949
Item 5: Laredo Times, Nov. 5, 1936
Item 6: Lattimore, Honorable Hal S., Oct. 26, 1944
Item 7: Laurel, Serbando C., Dec. 26, 1944
Item 8: Leal, Amando, May 24 - 28, 1940
Item 9: Leal, Antonio C., Jan. 14-Jan. 18, 1927
Item 10: Leandro, undated
Item 11: Leo (cousin), no last name, undated
Item 12: Leon, Sep. 1949
Item 13: Leonard, Homer, Apr. 23-26, 1941
Item 14: Lequerica, José Félix de, May 21-May 24, 1954
Item 15: Lesser, Mrs. Leo, Nov. 18-30, 1940
Item 16: Lesser, Bess T., Nov. 30, 1940
Item 17: Lie, Trygvie Halvdan, Oct. 18, 1951
Item 18: Lighty, W.H., Jun 16, 1923
Item 19: Lilia & Frances, Oct. 17, 1943
Item 20: Lipscomb, Louis W., Jan. 15-Mar. 20, 1940
Item 21: Literary Digest, Sep. 6, 1934
Item 22: Loftin, J.O., May 31, 1938-Aug. 12, 1938
Item 24: Long, Rowena S., Jun 9, 1950
Item 25: Longoria, J. M., Jun 17, 1933
Item 26: Longoria, P. H., Oct. 3, 1940
Item 27: Loop, G.E., Jun 19, 1950
Item 28: López, Elmo, Apr. 5, 1952
Item 29: Lopez, Jose, Apr. 12, 1933
Item 30: López, José Manuel, Nov. 3, 1947
Item 31: López, Margil, Sep. 20, 1938
Item 32: López, Miguel, Aug. 19-22, 1953
Item 33: López, Pedro, Feb. 27, 1944
Folder 5: Loughridge – Lyon
Item 1: Loughridge, Walter, Mar. 17, 1952
Item 2: Lozano, Sep. 9, 1926
Item 3: Lozano, Aseneth, undated
Item 4: Lozano, Ignacio E., Jan. 28, 1927-Dec. 7, 1951
Item 5: Lozano, Rubén R., Sep. 12, 1927-Jun 30, 1928
Item 6: Lozano, Mr. & Mrs., S.V., Oct. 17, 1943-Dec. 4, 1951
Item 7: Lozano, Mrs. Santos V., 1947–Aug. 20, 1954
Item 8: Lucchesse, Lula V., Apr. 7, 1959
Item 9: Lyon, Hon. F.B., Aug. 22-Oct. 7, 1938
Folder 6: M.A.C – Méndez
Item 1: M.A.C., Dec. 7, 1959
Item 2: Maldonado, F. M., et al, Feb. 3, 1950
see Francisco Múzquiz, Feb. 6., 1950
Item 3: Manuel, Dorothy B., Aug. 5-Oct. 15, 1938
Item 4: Manuel, H. T., Jun 20, 1931-Dec. 6, 1944
Item 5: Marin, Elijio, Nov 28, 1936
Item 6: Martin, D.W., Mar. 29, 1952
Item 7: Martinez, Benito, Jun 10, 1958
Item 8: Martinez, Mary L., undated
Item 9: Martinez, O.J., Jul. 16- Jul. 25, 1952
Item 10: Martínez, Paz G., Jun 29, 1948
Item 11: Maruca, undated
Item 12: Mauermann, Gus, Jun 11-17, 1946
Item 13: Maus, L. M., Mar. 21, 1927
Item 14: Mayor, San Angelo, Texas, Apr. 30, 1937
Item 15: McBain, Harry A., Aug. 14, 1941
Item 16: McCormick, Hart, May 18, 1940-Apr. 22, 1952
Item 17: McCoy, H.L., Jul. 23, 1928
Item 18: McCracken, O.A. Jr., Jan. 13, 1937
Item 19: McGown, Floyd, Oct. 14-Nov. 4, 1939
Item 20: McGire, Mrs. Elsa, Jan. 15, 1932
Item 21: McGraw, William, Mar. 20-26, 1935
Item 22: McGroarty, C.N., Apr. 2, 1923
Item 23: Meadows, Oliver E., Jan. 31, 1945
Item 24: Medellín, Pedro, Apr. 8, 1946
Item 25: Meeks, Hon. S.M., May 18, 1940
Item 26: Melo, Maria, undated
Item 27: Menchaca, Zeferino, undated
Item 28: Méndez Pereira, Octavio, Oct. 19, 1945
Item 29: Méndez, Serafio, Dec. 12, 1944
Item 30: Méndez, Vicente, Mar. 29-Apr. 15, 1960
Folder 7: Mendoza – Murray
Item 1: Mendoza, Felipe, Feb. 25, 1944
Item 2: Menefee, Mr. Selden C., Feb. 24, 1939
Item 3: Merle, L. F., Mar. 25, 1947 (draft)
Item 4: Merle, L. F., Mar. 25, 1947
Item 5: Miers, D., Sep. 6-Aug. 10, 1934
Item 7: Miller, K.B., Nov. 1, 1935
Item 8: Miller, Oscar E., Mar. 28, 1952
Item 9: Miller, Watson, Nov. 24, 1947
Item 10: Mireles, E.E., plus Jovita González and Celia Mireles documents, Apr. 7, 1952
Item 11: Mireles, Ferenando L., undated
Item 12: Montague, Brian, from Sheppard, M., regarding Garza, John H., Mar. 13, 1933
see Law Firm Series
Item 13: Montague, Brian, on behalf of Garza, John H., Mar. 14, 1933
see Law Office Series
Item 14: Montague, Brian, from T. Connally regarding Garza, John H., Mar. 14, 1933
see Law Firm Series
Item 15: Montañez, María G., undated
Item 16: Montemayor, F.I., Oct. 12-16, 1936
Item 17: Montero, F., Apr. 27, 1944
Item 18: Montiel Olvera, Genaro, Mar. 29, 1945-Aug. 30, 1949
Item 19: Montoya, A. D., Feb. 2 1944
Item 20: Montoya, Amparo, Jul. 21-23, 1949
Item 21: Moore, Nellie G., Feb. 19, 1943
Item 22: Mora, Calixto, Apr. 10, 1952
Item 23: Mora, Marcial, Jul. 25, 1945
Item 24: Morales, Dionicio
Item 25: Morales, Mrs. Felix H., Apr 17-28, 1944
Item 26: Moreno, Aristides, Mar. 16-Mar. 20, 1935
Item 27: Moreno, L. P., Mar. 14, 1938
Item 28: Morris, Grover C., Jun 10, 1938-Oct. 14, 1959
Item 29: Munguia, Manuel, Aug. 17, 1939
Item 30: Muñiz, Leopoldo Jr., Jan. 9-13, 1951
Item 31: Murray, Luis G., Feb. 19, 1938
Item 32: Murray, Sid, May 6, 1955-Sep. 10, 1956
Folder 8: Neligh – Ozuna
Item 1: Neligh, K.K., Dec. 4, 1942
Item 2: Nevárez, Guadalupe, Feb. 29, 1944
Item 3: Noble, Fred W., Jun 21, 1938
Item 4: Noreen, Sister, undated
Item 5: O’Donnell, Lynn, Feb. 15, 1944
Item 6: Oftedal, Agnes H., Jan. 20, 1944 - Jan. 25, 1944
Item 7: Ogas, Ricardo, Sep. 18, 1943
Item 8: O’Neill, Thomas P. (Tip), Jun 18, 1984
Item 9: Orta, José G., Feb. 28, 1950
Item 10: Ortiz, Arturo, Jun. 16, 1936  - Mar. 1, 1946
Item 11: Ortiz, David M., Nov. 14, 1946
Item 12: Ortiz, David M., Nov. 27, 1946
Item 13: Ortiz, Simón, Apr. 6, 1942
Item 15: Oviedo, Telésforo, undated
Item 16: Ozuna, George, Aug. 18, 1941
Folder 9: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel, 1944-1949
Folder 10: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel, 1949-1960
Folder 11: Padilla – Perales, Luis
Item 1: Padilla, A. R., and Guerra, J. R., 1922
Item 2: Padilla, Ismael, Apr. 21, 1960
Item 3: Padilla Jasso, José, Feb. 26, 1944
Item 4: Pampín, María, 10, 1942 - Apr. 14, 1949
Item 5: Parellada, Juan R., May 26, 1954
Item 6: Parish, James Jr., Oct. 29, 1953
Item 7: Parker, no first name, Jan. 17
Item 8: Paul, Apr. 14, 1927 -- Apr. 19, 1927
Item 9: Payssé Reyes, Héctor, Dec. 30, 1945
Item 10: Paz, Frank X., Sep. 15 - Oct. 3, 1949
Item 11: Paz, Santos de la, Dec. 31, 1951 – Jul. 7, 1958
Item 12: Peña, Nieves, and Rodríguez, Feliciano, Dec. 7, 1944
Item 13: Peña, Nieves, Dec. 12, 1944
Item 14: Perales, Emilio S. (Brother), Jun 12, 1933
Item 15: Perales, Luis S., Dec. 27, 1933 - Nov. 5, 1936
Folder 12: Pereyra – President, Poteet Council
Item 1: Pereyra, Carola, Feb. 6, 1954
Item 2: Perez Alvarez, C., Mar. 23, 1931
Item 3: Perez, Celia, Nov. 27, 1929
Item 4: Pérez, Christino D., May 5, 1943
Item 5: Perez, Frank, Apr. 1, 1952
Item 6: Perez, Francisco, Apr. 4, 1952
Item 7: Pérez, Julio, Apr. 22, 1940
Item 8: Pérez, Melesio, Apr. 7, 1952
Item 10: Pérez, T. C., Feb. 2, 1960
Item 11: Perez Alonso, Olga, Jun. 16, no year
Item 13: Pérez Contreras, Estela (Sister of Marta Perales-wife), Oct. 9, 1949 - Jan. 26, 1951
Item 14: Phillips, W.M., Nov. 23, 1923
Item 15: Pimentel, Roberto B., Jan. 13, 1952
Item 16: Pinkerton, Robert N., undated
Item 17: Pinto de Vidal, Isabel, Jan. 15, 1946
Item 18: Plazo, Galo, Jul. 28, 1945 -- Mar. 14, 1946
Item 19: Ponce, Gilbert, Feb. 22, 1950
Item 20: Porter, H.J., Feb. 26, 1953
Item 21: La Prensa, undated
Item 22: Prentice, Paul R.
Item 23: President, Poteet Council, Oct., 1936
Folder 13: President, The – Purnell
Item 1: President, The (3 copies), Feb. 14, 1927
Item 2: Presidente, Señor (2 copies), Apr. 30. 1927
Item 3: President, The (4 copies), Apr. 30, 1927
Item 4: President, The, Dec. 3, 1951
Item 5: Price, Chas. F.B., Apr. 21, 1932
Item 6: Price, F.B., May 12, 1932
Item 7: Primo de Perea, Pilar, Jan. 8, 1954
Item 8: Prince, James Logan, Sep. 30, 1950
Item 9: Propper de Callejón, Eduardo, Feb. 19 -- Mar. 1, 1952
Item 10: Puchett, Blondie, Oct. 8, 1944
Item 11: Purnell, Mrs. Locke, Aug. 3 - Dec. 3, 1938
Folder 14: Quin and Quiros
Item 1: Quin, C.K., Dec. 21, 1933 - Nov. 21, 1941
Item 2: Quirós, Carlos A., Jul. 12, 1946
Folder 15: Randolph – Reyna
Item 1: Randolph, Philip, Feb. 12 -- Feb. 21, 1946
Item 2: Rangel, Mucis Co., Nov. 22, 1954
Item 3: Ramírez, Ernestina E,, undated
Item 4: Ramírez, Oswaldo V., Mar. 16, 1938
Item 5: Ramírez Pérez, Manuel, Feb. 13, 1944
Item 7: Reid, George, Feb. 16, 1941
Item 8: Rembao, Alberto, Apr. 4, 1949
Item 9: Renter, Maurice, Nov. 20, 1945
Item 10: Reyes, George, May 11, 1936
Item 11: Reyna, Rebeca P., Jan. 16, 1940
Folder 16: Rice – Rocha
Item 1: Rice, Maurice S., Jun 2, 1959
Item 2: Ridgway, Matthew B., Sep. 26, 1930 - May 6, 1952
Item 3: Riklin, Sam, Dec. 4, 1952
Item 4: Ring, L. J., Nov. 1, 1947
Item 5: Riojas, R., Feb. 16 - 28, 1944
Item 6: Rivera, Alfonso, Feb. 10, 1950
Item 7: Rocha, Samuel, Organizaciones Mexicanas del estado de Texas, Aug. 10, 1939
Folder 17: Rockefeller – Ross
Item 1: Rockerfeller, Nelson A., Mar. 25, 1941 - Sep. 30. 1942
Item 2: Rodríguez, Amado, Apr. 6, 1942
Item 3: Rodríguez, Edna, May 13, 1948
Item 4: Rodríguez, Eulalio, Jan. 25, 1949
Item 5: Rodríguez, Graciela, Feb. 2, 1944
Item 6: Rodríguez, José G., Nov. 25, 1948 - Aug. 2, 1949
Item 7: Rodríguez, Jacob I., Jan. 22, 1940 - Mar. 25, 1952
Item 8: Rodríguez, Jacob I. (to De Casseres), Apr. 11, 1944
Item 9: Rodríguez, Refugio, undated
Item 10: Rojas Garcia, Fernando, “Cosa de Ud.,", Jan. 29 - Feb. 3, 1945
Item 11: Romeyn, Nina, Apr. 19, 1935
Item 14: Ross, Louise, undated
Folder 18: Sáenz, Alfredo – San Antonio Drug Company
Item 1: Sáenz, Alfredo, Jan. 30, 1957
Item 2: Sáenz, Pablo A., Jr., Jan. 18. 1951
Item 3: Sáenz de Acosta, Florencia, Oct. 7, 1940
Item 4: Sailen, F., Jan. 31, 1929
Item 5: Salas, Eugenio, Apr. 27, 1940
Item 6: Saldívar, Eva, Oct. 10, 1940
Item 7: Salinas, Daniel, Feb. 12, 1938 - Feb. 14, 1946
Item 8: Salinas, E., Jun 10, 1933 - Jun 2, 1956
Item 9: Salldery, Frank, Apr. 18, 1918
Item 10: Sampelayo, Maruja, Dec. 12, 1953 -- Feb. 1954
Item 11: San Antonio Drug Company, Jun 12, 1950
Folder 19: Sánchez – Sheppard
Item 2: Sánchez, George I., Apr. 7, 1943
Item 3: Sánchez Navarro, Pedro, May 20, 1960
Item 4: Sánchez, Petronilo, Apr. 22, 1940
Item 5: Sánchez, R., Feb. 23, 1954
Item 6: Sánchez, Raymundo, Oct. 19, 1944 – Aug. 2, 1950
Item 7: Sandoval, Carlos, Apr. 9, 1940 Sauzeda, Vicente, Feb. 22, 1944
Item 8: Schoen, Oswaldo y Señora
Item 9: Secretary of the Texas Senate, Nov. 20, 1950
Item 10: Sessione, Bill
Item 11: Shepperd, George H., Apr. 3, 1935
Item 12: Sheppard, Morris, letter on behalf of Garza, John H. (see Law Office Series), Mar. 9, 1933
Folder 20: Shivers – Stripling
Item 1: Shivers, Allan, Jan. 10, 1951 - Nov. 8, 1954
Item 2: Silvas, Julio, Feb. 16, 1944
Item 4: Southgate, Richard C., Oct. 21 - Nov. 13, 1933
Item 6: Spurgeon, W.W., Oct. 10, 1939
Item 7: Stahl, Elmer Wars, Sep. 2, 1954
Item 8: State of Texas County of Bexar, Sep. 1950
Item 9: Steer, O., Apr. 30, 1932
Item 10: Stephenson, Floyd A., Jan. 12 – Feb. 19, 1932
Item 11: Stewart, J. A., Jun 17, 1954
Item 12: Strauss, George, Lt. Governor, Mar. 26, 1949
Folder 21: Talbott – Treviño, Carlos
Item 1: Talbott, Russell, May 2, 1956
Item 2: Tamayo, Pedro, Jul. 16, 1941
Item 3: Tejeda, Tiburcio S., Mar. 21, 1944
Item 4: Tellez, Manuel C., Nov. 27, 1926
Item 6: Texas Good Neighbor Commission, undated
Item 7: Thank you notes, various dates
Item 8: Thurston, Walter, Aug. 2 -- Dec. 4, 1930
Item 9: Tomás, no last name, Jul. 27, 1953
Item 10: Torrance, V.H., Apr. 27, 1959
Item 11: Tovar, Elena, Jun 10, 1954
Item 12: Tranchese, C., Oct. 25, 1940 - Aug. 21, 1948
Item 13: Trawalter, Albert, May 18, 1940
Item 14: Treviño, Carlos, Feb. 16, 1944
Folder 22: Trevino, Fortino, Nov. 8, 1928–Sep. 4, 1969
Folder 23: Trevino – Tynan
Item 1: Trevino, Gonzalo, Aug 19,1954
Item 2: Treviño, Cpl. F.S., Sep. 10, 1943
Item 3: Tripton, Van C., Sep. 29, 1939
Item 4: Troutz, C. E., Aug. 17, 1936 - Sep. 18, 1940
Item 5: Turner, P.L., May 29, 1958
Item 6: Tyler, E. S., undated
Item 7: Tynan, Walter, May 17, 1932
Folder 24: Unsigned Letters, Apr. 23, 1934–Sep. 1954
Folder 25: Valadez – Votaw
Item 1: Valadez, Joel, Feb. 22, 1944-Apr. 17, 1944
Item 2: Valadez, Petra (Mrs. Joel Valadez), undated
Item 3: Valdez, Alfredo, May 31, 1950
Item 4: Valdez Saldaña, Miguel, Apr. 24, 1940
Item 5: Vale, Arnoldo S., Mar. 4, 1951
Item 6: Vale, Oscar T., Aug. 28 – Sep. 1, 1954
Item 7: Vargas, D., Feb. 16, 1944
Item 8: Vega, Manuel, Jan. 30
Item 9: Velloso, Pedro Leão, Sep. 21, 1945
Item 10: Vera, Amado, Apr. 29, 1934
Item 11: Verduzco, Rafael, Oct. 7, 1954
Item 12: Vernor, J. W., Jun. 18, 1941
Item 13: Viarreal, Maria Enriquita
Item 14: Vitasafe Corporation, Jul. 11, 1958
Item 15: Von Hoover, Carlos Emmanuel, Feb. 4, 1949
Item 16: Votaw, William I., Jun 7, 1919
Folder 26: Wallace – Weinert
Item 1: Wallace, Henry A., Jan. 8, 1941
Item 2: Wanamaker, Temple, Mar. 29, 1960
Item 3: Washer, Nat m., Nov. 4, 1919
Item 4: Weinert, A., Jan. 23, 1945
Folder 27: Welles, Sumner, 1942-1945
Folder 28: Weber – Wurzbach
Item 1: Weber, John K., Jun 26 – Jun 29, 1933
Item 2: Wessendorff, Mrs. Joe A., Jan. 2 - 6, 1940
Item 5: White, Francis, Oct. 12, 1953
Item 6: Witsell, Edward F., Jul. 16, 1945
Item 7: Witsell, Edward F., Jul. 5 - 16, 1945
Item 8: Wilkins, J.E., Sep. 24, 1954
Item 9: Winchell, Walter
Item 10: Williamson, W. A., Mar. 11, 1943
Item 11: Winterich, John T., Aug. 14, 1928
Item 12: Wood, Will W.,, Mar. 18, 1940
Item 13: Woodhul, frost, Jun 26, 1933
Item 14: Woods, L. A., Jan. 6, 1940
Item 15: Wurzbach, Harry M., Jan. 18 - 26, 1927
Folder 29: Ximenes – Zuñiga
Item 1: Ximenes, Fernando, Apr. 20, 1933
Item 2: Yaeger, Wm. Henry, Jun 25, 1946
Item 3: Zamarripa, José N., Mar. 3, 1955
Item 4: Zavala, Dámaso V., Mar. 11, 1940
Item 5: Zapata, Candelario, Mar 4, 1946, May 30, 1946, Dec. 10, 1951
Item 6: Zappolo, Fred, Sep. 7, 1939
Item 7: Zepeda, S. M., Feb. 19, 1944
Item 8: Zertuche, Marcos, Mar. 21, 1952
Item 9: Zimand, Gertrude Folks, Oct. 18, 1939
Item 10: Zittell, Edwin K., Mar. 5, 1951
Item 11: Zorrilla, E., Dec. 4, 1944
Item 12: Zuñiga, Jesse, Oct. 11, 1945
Folder 30-31: Stamped Envelopes
Box 14
Folder 2: OVS Invitations - Fiesta de San Antonio, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1939
Series 3: Nicaraguan Consular Service
This series contains 35 folders housed in 3 boxes. Please note that Box 14 is an oversize box containing large items from several series. It is a particularly interesting chapter in the Perales documentation that corresponds to his service as the Consul for Nicaragua in San Antonio, during which he seems to have forged a strong relationship with Nicaraguan President Anastasio Somoza. This series includes Perales’s correspondence while he served as the Nicaraguan Consul, as well as government publications and circulars published by Nicaragua. Also included are passport records of Nicaraguan citizens.
Box 2
Folder 32: American Electoral Mission
Folder 33: American Electoral Mission
Folder 34: Correspondence A – F
Folder 35: Correspondence G – M
Folder 36: Correspondence N – R
Folder 37: Correspondence S – Z
Folder 38: Somoza, Anastacio Correspondence
Folder 39: Sevilla-Sacasa, Guillermo
Folder 40: Government Press Releases
Folder 41: Government Press Releases
Folder 42: Mensaje del presidente de la república…, 1949. 1953
Folder 43: Consular Circulars, 1945-1954
Folder 44: Consular Circulars, 1954-1959
Box 3
Folder 1: Noticias de Nicaragua, Jan. – May 1955
Folder 2: Noticias de Nicaragua, Jun – Aug 1955
Folder 3: Bulletin of the Nicaraguan Embassy, Incomplete, 1946-1949
Folder 4: Boletín Informativo – Misc, 1946- 1947
Folder 5: Boletín Informativo, Aug 1947
Folder 6: Boletín Informativo, Sep 1947
Folder 7: Boletín Informativo, Oct – Nov 1947
Folder 8: Boletín Informativo, Jan – Feb. 1948
Folder 9: Boletín Informativo, Mar – Jul 1948
Folder 10: Boletín Informativo, Jul 1948
Folder 11: Boletín Informativo, Aug 1948
Folder 12: Boletín Informativo, Sep 1948
Folder 13: Boletín Informativo, Oct – Nov 1948
Folder 14: Boletín Informativo, Jan – Mar 1949
Folder 15: Boletín Informativo, Apr – Jul 1949
Folder 16: Boletín Informativo, Oct – Nov 1949
Folder 17: Boletín Informativo, Dec 1949
Folder 18: Boletín Informativo, Jan – Aug 1950
Folder 19: Tourist Pamphlets
Folder 20: Nicaraguan constitution
Folder 21: Law publications of Nicaragua
Folder 22: Passport and immigration records
Box 14
Folder 3: OVS “Del presidente de la misión electoral americana…”
Series 4: Aricna-Tacna Compromise
This series contains 12 folders housed in 1 box. It is organized thematically and contains correspondence and documents related to the Aricna-Tacna compromise, where Alonso S. Perales served on General John. J. Pershing’s staff for the Arbitration Commision in 1925-1926.
Box 3
Folder 23: Correspondence
Item 1: Cox, Raymond E., Apr. 22 - Jun. 20, 1925
Item 2: Elias, Raymond, Apr. 22, 1925
Item 3: Kreger, E. A., Jun 19, 1926 - Dec. 12, 1928
Item 4: Lassiter, W.,, Mar. 27, 1926
Item 5: Stabler, Jordan Herbert, Apr. 26, 1926
Item 6: Welles, Sumner, May 11, 1925
Item 7: Request for Tacna-Aricna history, no author, undated
Folder 24: Plebiscitary Commission Arbitration, Aug. 19, 1925
Folder 25: Plebiscitary Commission Arbitration, Sep. 1, 1925
Item 1: Briones, Tomás Romero
Item 2: Corbacho, Juan Teodórico
Item 3: Ibañez, Juan Manuel
Item 4: Zavala, Carlos Ríos
Folder 26: Plebiscitary Commission Arbitration, Sep 5, 1925
Folder 27: Plebiscitary Commission Arbitration, Sep 10, 1925
Folder 28: Plebiscitary Commission Arbitration, Sep 11, 1925
Folder 29: Plebiscitary Commission Arbitration, Sep 12, 1925 – April 16, 1926
Folder 30: American electoral mission in Nicaragua, 1930
Folder 31: Speeches by General John J. Pershing, Oct 1925
Folder 32: Speeches by General John J. Pershing, Nov 1925
Folder 33: Speeches by General John J. Pershing, Dec 1925 and undated
Folder 34: Arbitration Committee
Series 5: League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)/Sons of America
This series contains 45 folders housed in 2 boxes. It contains 2 subseries, General Lulac information and LULAC correspondence. This series details the foundation of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), a civil rights group dedicated to combating discrimination against Latin Americans in the United States. It was founded Feb. 17, 1929 in Corpus Christi. Alonso Perales was one of the founding members of LULAC and also served as the organization’s second president.
Sub-Series 1: LULAC - General
This subseries contains 16 folders housed in 2 boxes, organized thematically. It contains organizational information about LULAC, press releases and newsletters. It contains materials dated from 1929 to 1957 and many undated items.
Box 3
Folder 35: LULAC Bylaws
Folder 36: LULAC History
Folder 37: LULAC History 2
Folder 38: LULAC Conventions
Folder 39: LULAC Manuscripts
Folder 40: LULAC Resolutions
Folder 41: LULAC Speeches
Folder 42: LULAC Council #16 San Antonio
Box 4
Folder 1: LULAC Ladies’ Councils
Folder 2: LULAC Legislative Bills
Folder 3: LULAC Miscellaneous
Folder 4: LULAC News, San Antonio, Sep - Nov, 1931, Feb 1932, April - May 1932, Oct 1932, Jan 1933, Mar 1934
Folder 5: LULAC News, El Paso, Dec 1936, Mar 1937, Oct 1937, Jun 1938, Aug 1938, Aug 1939
Folder 6: LULAC News, Sep 1953, Nov 1953, Jan 1954, Aug 1954, Feb 1955, Mar 1957, Mar 1958
Folder 7: LULAC News Laredo, Tx., Jun 1947, Dec 1955
Folder 8: LULAC News Houston, Tx., Jul 1957
Sub-Series 2: LULAC Correspondence
This subseries contains 28 folders housed in 2 boxes, organized alphabetically. It contains correspondence directly related to LULAC, its foundation, members and civic involvement. It contains documents dating from 1927 – 1960.
Box 4
Folder 9: Correspondence Allen - Brown
Item 1: Allen, Federico, Jun 30 - Nov. 9, 1927
Item 2: Anderson, Charles W., Oct. 6, 1941 - Oct. 10, 1941
Item 3: Anonymous, undated
Item 4: Austin, Roberto E., Jan. 8, 1932-Aug. 5, 1954
Item 5: Barrera, Luis, Oct. 2, 1927 - Jun 19, 1933
Item 6: Barrientes, Candelario U., May 31, 1933 - May 8, 1938
Item 7: Basánez Rocha, Carlos, Aug. 10 - Sep. 17, 1927
Item 8: Benitez, Joe, Jun 14 - 20, 1974
Item 9: Bing Crosby Enterprises, Feb. 4, 1954
Item 10: Brewster, D. W.,, Sep. 26, 1927
Item 11: Brown, John W., Nov. 28 - 30, 1936
Folder 10: Correspondence Canales, J. T., 1925 - 1933
Folder 11: Correspondence Canales, J. T., 1933 - 1942
Folder 12: Correspondence Canales, J. T., 1945 - 1960
Folder 13: Correspondence Castañeda, Carlos E., Dec. 24, 1943-Oct. 25, 1957
Folder 14: Correspondence Contreras, Hernán H., Apr 2, 1934 - Aug. 7, 1950
Folder 15: Correspondence Calderón - Cruz
Item 2: Canamar, Henry, Mar 20, 1934
Item 3: Carssow, William B., Jan. 14-Feb. 17, 1937
Item 4: Castro, Román, Oct. 23, 1927
Item 5: Chávez, Luis M., Sep. 15, 1927 - Aug. 20, 1927
Item 6: Cochran, J. C., May 4, 1934
Item 7: Contreras, Hernán H., Apr 2, 1934 - Aug. 7, 1950
Item 8: Cotton, Thomas L., Mar 30, 1931
Item 9: Councils of the League of Latin-American Citizens, Dec 3 - 23, 1927
Item 10: Cruz, Alejandro, Jun 29 – Aug. 8, 1927
Folder 16: Correspondence Escobar, E., Aug. 24, 1927 - May 23, 1932
Folder 17: Correspondence Davis -Figueroa
Item 1: Davis, Herbert L., Nov. 29 - Dec. 15, 1933
Item 2: Duran y Cartajal, A., Feb. 16, 1937
Item 3: Dominguez, A. A., Jun 5, 1946
Item 4: Dwyer, Pat, Mar. 21, 1941
Item 5: Editor, San Antonio Express, May 1, 1931
Item 6: Editor, San Antonio Express, May 3, 1933
Item 7: Fairbanks, Ellie S., Nov. 30, 1939
Item 8: Felty, Fred, May 1, 1939
Item 9: Fern, George H., Apr. 3, 1934
Item 10: Flores, Isidoro, Mar. 15, 1936
Item 11: Figueroa, Armando, Oct. 18, 1946
Folder 18: Correspondence Garza, Ben, Jul. 26, 1927 – Jul. 30, 1937
Folder 19: Correspondence García, Gustavo S., Jul. 23 - Nov. 30, 1927
Folder 20: Correspondence Galvan -- Guerra
Item 1: Galvan, Frank, J., Oct. 8, 1936
Item 2: García, Felipe, Aug. 31 - Sep. 2, 1927
Item 3: García, Hector P., Jun 4 - Dec. 17, 1951
Item 4: García, O. B., Oct. 8, 1933
Item 5: García, R. G., undated
Item 6: Gardner, Fletcher, May 11, 1934
Item 7: Garza, Adolfo de la, Jun 18, 1937
Item 8: Garza, Eligio de la, Aug. 20, 1927
Item 9: Garza, Pilar, Nov. 16, 1933
Item 10: Garza, Richard M., undated
Item 11: Garza, Valentin J., Mar. 10 - Apr. 4, 1940
Item 12: Gerodetti, Orlando F., Jan. 15, 1935
Item 13: Gloria, Valente H.
Item 14: Gómez, Antonia, Nov. 30, 1933
Item 15: Gómez, Antonia, Dec. 11, 1933
Item 16: Gómez, José, Nov. 10-15, 1937
Item 17: Gómez, Modesto A., Dec. 8, 1945
Item 18: González, Enrique G., Apr. 26, 1933
Item 19: González, J. B., Jun 25, 1941
Item 20: González, Jacinto Jr., Aug. 17, 1927 - Sep. 23, 1927
Item 21: González, Manuel C., Apr. 14, 1932 - Feb. 5, 1945
Item 22: González, Paul, Oct. 12, 1927 - Oct. 8, 1927
Item 23: González, Sergio, Nov. 2, 1933
Item 24: Gutiérrez, P., Nov. 11, 1936
Item 25: Guerra, Diodoro, Sep. 22-Oct. 1, 1927
Item 26: Guerra, Manuel, Apr 9, 1934
Folder 21: Correspondence Herrera, Felipe A., Jul 20, 1927 - Jun 9, 1928
Folder 22: Correspondence Herrera, I. D. – Hinojosa
Item 1: Herrera, I. D., undated
Item 2: Herrera, John J., Jan. 19, 1952
Item 3: Hinojosa, Federico Allen, Sep. 9, 1927
Item 4: Hinojosa, Maximiliano, Aug. 10, 1928
Folder 23: Correspondence Idar, Clemente N., Sep. 10 - Dec. 30, 1927
Folder 24: Correspondence Idar, Eduardo, May 10, 1927 - Jun 6, 1951
Folder 25: Correspondence Johnston -- Luna
Item 1: Johnston, H., Jun 16 - Oct. 17, 1933
Item 2: Juárez, Francisco V., Feb. 29, 1944
Item 3: Laurel, E. V., May 16-Jun 12, 1932
Item 4: Ledwig, F. J., Oct. 7, 1939
Item 5: Leftin, J. C., Apr. 13, 1931
Item 6: Legion Americana, Aug. 14, 1928
Item 7: Leonard, Homer, Jan. 20, 1937
Item 8: Liga de Ciudadanos Unidos Latinoamericanos, Jan. 15,  1935
Item 9: Longoria, J. M., Jun 10, 1933
Item 10: Lopez, Eduardo, Oct. 24, 1933
Item 11: Lozano, Ignacio E., Jan. 4 - 10, 1935
Item 12: Lozano Esquire, Ruben R., Sep 10, 1927-Dec 20, 1928
Item 13: Lozano, Santos V. Jr., Apr. 7, 1934
Item 14: Lucas, P. G., Oct. 15, 1936
Item 15: Luna, A. de, Oct. 14, 1927-Mar. 18, 1932
Folder 26: Correspondence Longoria, Eugenio V., Nov. 20 - Dec. 9, 1927
Folder 27: Correspondence Luz Saenz, J. de la, 1927 - 1931
Folder 28: Correspondence Luz Saenz, J. de la, 1933 - 1953
Folder 29: Correspondence Machado, Mauro. M., Dec. 19, 1926 - Jan. 25, 1960
Folder 30: Correspondence Machuca, J. C., Apr 9, 1934 – Feb. 2, 1954
Folder 31: Correspondence Moreno, L. P., Feb. 7, 1938 - Mar 8, 1938
Folder 32: Correspondence Manuel – Quinn
Item 1: Manuel, H. T., Feb. 15, 1933 - Oct. 24, 1938
Item 2: Manuel, Dorothy B., Nov. 30, 1928
Item 3: Maverick-Clarke Manufacturing Stationers, Jan. 15, 1945
Item 4: McDaniel, C. C., Jan. 30, 1931
Item 5: McKnight, J. B., Aug. 2 - 25, 1937
Item 6: Menefee, R. S., Jan. 10, 1935
Item 7: Mireles, E. E., Dec. 2, 1933
Item 8: Montalvo, N. R., Oct. 19, 1927
Item 9: Montemayor, F. I., Nov. 17, 1936
Item 10: Neal, J., Jan. 20, 1937
Item 11: Orozco, Alfonso A., Mar. 4, 1945
Item 12: Ortiz, Victor, May 2, 1933
Item 13: Paz, Santos de la, Mar. 10, 1952
Item 14: Peña, E. E., May 16, 1930
Item 15: Pérez, Francisco, Feb. 14, 1927
Item 16: Pérez Alvarez, Casimiro, Mar. 10, 1932
Item 17: Quezada, Rubén G., Jan. 15, 1937
Item 18: Quinn, C. K., Nov. 28 – Dec, 2, 1936
Folder 33: Correspondence Ramírez -- Ross
Item 1: Ramírez, Leobardo G., Sep. 6, 1928 - May 12, 1930
Item 2: Reader, R. L., Jan. 7, 1937
Item 3: Recio, Federico, Nov. 3, 1927
Item 5: Rico, Walter H., Aug. 23-Sep. 20, 1940
Item 6: Riojas G., R., Oct. 20-Nov. 8, 1944
Item 7: Rocha, C. B., Aug. 11-29, 1927
Item 8: Rodríguez, Joe Q., Oct. 3, 1940
Item 9: Rodriguez, Tomas M., Mar. 24,1937
Item 10: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Mar. 10, 1944
Item 11: Ross, Malcolm, Nov. 30, 1943
Folder 34: Correspondence  Saenz, Alfredo -- Troutz
Item 1: Saenz, Alfredo, Aug. 9 - 14, 1957
Item 2: Scoy, L., Jan. 16, 1952
Item 3: Sendejo, Jesus
Item 4: Sexton, Harry L., May 30 - Jun 2, 1932
Item 5: Sloss Vento, Adela, Jun 20, 1974
Item 6: Stubsman, I. E., Apr. 20, 1940
Item 7: Tijerina, Félix, Mar 23, 1957, Feb. 27, 1957
Item 8: Treviño, Conrado N., Oct. 8, 1940
Item 9: Treviño, Manuel G., Oct. 14, 1924
Item 10: Troutz, C. E., Sep. 9, 1933
Folder 35: Correspondence Tafolla, James, Aug 25 - Oct 12, 1927
Folder 36: Correspondence Wassell -- Zamora
Item 2: Wassell, George W.,, Oct. 5-Nov.30, 1953
Item 3: Welles, Sumner, Nov. 16, 1944
Item 4: Winterich, John T., Aug. 14, 1928
Item 5: Williams, Irene, Dec. 2, 1943
Item 6: Woods, L. A., State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Feb. 18 – Mar 7, 1938
Item 7: Ximenes, Fernando, Mar. 10, 1932
Item 8: Zamora, Arnulfo, May 24 - Dec. 27, 1933
Folder 37: Correspondence Unidentified letters
Series 6: National Foreign Trade Council
This series contains 3 folders contained in 1 box, featuring documents and essays related to the National Foreign Trade Council, an economic committee established in 1914 with the goal of coordinationg the foreign trade activities of the United States. Alonso S. Perales participated actively in the Council. It contains items dating from 1934 - 1935 and other undated items.
Box 4
Folder 38: National Foreign Trade Council Documents
Item 1: Item 1. “Conditions and prospects in world cotton trade”
Item 2: “Barriers to American foreign trade”
Item 3: “Message to the Japanese-American Trade Council”
Item 4: “The reopening of foreign markets for our agricultural products”, Jul 11, 1934
Item 5: “National self-sufficiency or international efficiency”, May 20, 1935
Item 6: “Some American tobacco export problems”, Nov 6, 1935
Item 7: “American corporate investments in Latin America”, Nov 18, 1935
Folder 39: National Foreign Trade Council, Nov 19, 1935
Item 1: “Latin American trade potentialities”
Item 2: “What’s ahead in Latin American trade”
Item 3: “What coffee means to Latin-american trade”
Item 4: “The growth of South Africa”
Item 5: “Foreign investments in Latin America and other factors influencing inter-american commerce”
Folder 40: National Foreign Trade Council, Nov 20, 1935
Item 1: “After the N.R.A – the Webb-pomerene act”
Item 2: “The value of cotton exports to the economic life of the United States”
Item 3: “Cotton in Texas as a factor in foreign trade”
Series 7: Committee of One Hundred Citizens and League of Loyal Citizens
This series contains 31 folders contained in 2 boxes, featuring correspondence and essays related to the Civil Rights organization Committee of One Hundred Citizens and League of Loyal Citizens. Alonso S. Perales was an active member of both organizations. This series contains correspondence related to the Committee, including correspondence to and from Alonso S. Perales and other Civil Rights activists. It also contains many typescripts and press relases related to the Committee’s activities. Of particular note are documents related to Don Politico, which may be a pseudonym for Alonso Perales. This series contains items dated from 1927 – 1954.
Box 4
Folder 41: Correspondence Adams -- Cruz
Item 1: Adams, E. T., (2 letters), Oct. 8, 1940
Item 2: Anderson, P. L., May 31, 1941 – Dec. 19, 1946
Item 3: Ashworth, Ray, Aug 10, 1939
Item 4: Barrett, Thurman, Mar. 18 - Apr. 20, 1940
Item 5: *Bell, Loyce M., Nov. 21, 1950
Item 6: Berge, Wendell, May 3, 1941
Item 7: Boyett, Ernest J., Feb. 17, 1944
Item 8: Calleros, Cleofas, Oct. 10 – Nov. 22, 1936
Item 9: Carr, Robert K., Nov. 10, 1947
Item 10: Carrigan, John Willard, Feb. 26, 1945
Item 11: Caudle, Theron L., (4 copies), Oct. 10, 1946
Item 12: City Editor, Oct. 23, 1941
Item 13: Clark, Tom C., Dept. of Justice, Oct. 26 - Nov. 6, 1944
Item 14: Collins, James, L., Dec. 24, 1940 – Feb. 8, 1941
Item 15: Commanding Officer, Jul. 3, 1941 - Jun 19, 1942
Item 16: Connally, Tom, Oct. 3, 1940 – Nov. 7, 1941
Item 17: Cox, E., May 1, 1941 - Sep. 5, 1941
Folder 42: Anderson, Charles
Folder 43: Correspondence Castañeda, Carlos, 1933-1943
Folder 44: Correspondence Castañeda, Carlos, 1944-1945
Folder 45: Correspondence Castañeda, Carlos, 1946-1951
Folder 46: Correspondence Castañeda, Carlos, 1952-1953
Folder 47: Correspondence Castañeda, Carlos, 1954-1958
Folder 48: Correspondence Chávez, Dennis
Folder 49: Correspondence Danciger, Jack, 1944-1947
Folder 50: Correspondence Danciger, Jack, 1948-1949
Folder 51: Correspondence Danciger, Jack, 1950-1959
Folder 52: Correspondence Department of Justice
Folder 53: Correspondence Dickison – Greely
Item 1: Dickison, P. E., Apr. 20, 1939
Item 2: Dies, Martin, Jun 14, 1941
Item 3: Don Político, May 9, 1941 – Mar. 18, 1942
Item 4: Dwyer, Pat, Jan. 12 - 25, 1943
Item 5: Dwyer, Pat, from López, Cristóbal G., and Sánchez, Francisco G., Apr. 1, 1943
Item 6: Dwyer, Pat, Apr. 2, “Representative Pat Dwyer of San Antonio today did…”
Item 7: E. Y. Restaurant, Nov. 5, 1942
Item 8: Felty, Fred, Apr. 27, 1939
Item 10: Garner, John N., Dec. 11, 1946
Item 12: Gerhardt, Harrison, Dec. 30, 1944
Item 13: Gibson, N. T., Nov. 5, 1942
Item 14: Gibson, Carolyn, Nov 7, 1942
Item 15: Giesecke, Bertam E., Dec. 11, 1946
Item 16: González, Hesiquio N., Sep. 22, 1945
Item 17: González, Rubén E., Feb. 11, 1949
Item 18: Greely, John N., Aug. 14, 1941
Folder 54: Correspondence Harrell – Mauermann
Item 1: Harrell, J. D., Oct. 16 - 23, 1942
Item 2: Hatley, Ray O., Dec. 22, 1945
Item 3: Hein, Henry F., Nov. 25, 1939 – Jan. 11, 1940
Item 4: Hornby, H. P., Dec. 12, 1946
Item 5: Hoyo, John C., Apr 1, 1941 - Jan. 25, 1943
Item 6: Joint Committee on Housing, Oct. 29, 1947
Item 7: Johnson, A, Oct 31, 1930
Item 8: Kaiser, G. S., Feb. 21, 1944 – Dec. 12, 1946
Item 9: Kessler, Martin, Dec. 12, 1946
Item 10: Kelley, Rogers, Jun 12, 1939 - Apr 19, 1941
Item 11: Kibbe, Pauline R., to Hoyo, John C., Feb. 5, 1943
Item 12: Kibbe, Pauline R., Jan. 31, 1941 – Apr 11, 1944
Item 13: Kilday, Owen W., May 11 – Apr. 16, 1952
Item 14: Kilday, Owen W., from Albidress, Carlos, Jun 10, 1941 – Mar. 23, 1942
Item 15: King’s Café, Nov. 5 - 7, 1942
Item 17: Leonard, Homer, Aug. 16 -29. 1941
Item 18: Llano, Matías de, Feb. 28, 1945
Item 19: Manint, Earl Manuel, Jan. 30, 1940
Item 20: Marín, Elijio, undated
Item 21: Mauermann, Gus, Sep. 2, 1944 – May 10, 1946
Box 5
Folder 1: Correspondence Maverick, Maury, Jun. 26, 1933 – Dec. 6, 1950
Folder 2: Correspondence Penrose, Neville
Item 1: Texas Good Neighbor Commission, draft of letter, undated
Item 2: Texas Good Neighbor Commission, from Harris, Ethel Wilson, Sep. 14, 1949
Item 3: Texas Good Neighbor Commission, Dec 31, 1949 - Feb. 28, 1950
Folder 3: Correspondence Maverick -- Quinn
Item 1: Maverick, Robert, Sep 20, 1939
Item 2: McGowan, Floyd, Jan. 13, 1940 – Apr 20, 1940
Item 3: Meza, Pablo, Mar 2, 1935
Item 4: Middlebrooks, Richard R., Oct. 20, 1941
Item 5: Miller, Watson, Nov. 24, 1947
Item 6: Morales, Félix, Apr 28, 1944
Item 7: New Braunfels Herald, Aug. 1, 1945
Item 8: Nulsen, C. K., Oct. 29 – Nov. 22, 1941
Item 9: Orozco, Alfonso, Mar. 29 - 31, 1945
Item 10: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel, Feb. 12, 1949
Item 11: Padilla, Ezequiel, Feb. 22, 1945
Item 12: Park Board, Nov. 1, 1939
Item 13: Pepper, Claude, Mar. 13, 1942
Item 14: Pérez de Contreras, Estela, undated
Item 15: Pimentel, Roberto B., Jan. 12, 1952
Item 16: President, Board of Trustees, Poteet Independent School District, Oct. 17, 1944
Item 17: Quinn, C. K., Dec. 22, 1933 – Apr. 20, 1942
Folder 4: Correspondence Ramírez - Rubio
Item 1: Ramírez, Conrado P., Oct. 20, 1943
Item 2: Ramírez, Julián, and Herrera, Eduardo, Apr. 21, 1944
Item 3: Ramírez, Oswaldo V., Oct. 2, 1939
Item 4: Ramírez, O.V., Aug. 26, 1942
Item 5: Ramírez, Ramiro, Apr. 9, 1945
Item 6: Ramos, José C., Mar. 7, 1944
Item 7: Raymond, M.J., Dec., 13 - 19, 1951
Item 8: Reader, R. L., Mar. 7, 1945
Item 9: Receipts: Artes Gráficas
Item 10: Reid’s Drug Store, Dec. 5, 1942
Item 11: Ridgeway, Jack F., Mar. 31 – May 10, 1943
Item 12: Ridgeway, T. H., Jun 11, 1938
Item 13: Ring, L.J., Nov. 1, 1947
Item 14: Reyes B., Carlos, Apr. 17, 1943
Item 15: Reyes, José M., Mar. 22, 1944
Item 17: Robbins, Edward H., Oct. 3, 1942
Item 18: Rocha, Samuel, Aug. 14, 1943
Item 19: Rockefeller, Nelson A., Jan. 4, 1941 - Jan. 26, 1943
Item 20: Roosevelt, Eleanor, Apr. 15, 1944
Item 21: Roosevelt, Franklin D., Mar. 31 – Nov. 16, 1944
Item 23: Rodríguez, C.A., Dec. 11, 1951
Item 24: Rodríguez, Filiberto R., Dec. 13, 1951
Item 25: Rodríguez, José G, undated
Item 26: Rodríguez, José M., Oct. 20, 1946
Item 27: Rodríguez, Robert, undated
Item 28: Romeyn, Nina, May 16 - 27, 1933
Item 29: Roma, Jesús G, undated
Item 30: Romulo, Carlos P., Aug. 6, 1945
Item 31: Ross, Malcom, Mar. 25, 1944
Item 32: Rowe, L.S., Mar. 1, 1939
Item 33: Rubio, Paulino, Dec 29, 1947
Folder 5: Correspondence Saenz - Stripling
Item 1: Saenz, Adan, Sep. 4, 1954
Item 2: Saenz, J Luz, Aug. 5, 1945, Nov. 21, 1951
Item 3: St. Anthony Hotel, May 27, 1959
Item 4: Salas, Fransisco, Jan. 1944
Item 5: San Antonio Light, Dec. 12. 1937
Item 6: Sargent, John G., Jan. 25, 1927 - Feb. 7, 1927
Item 7: Sánchez, Ruperto, Jul. 19, 1940
Item 8: Saunders, Lyle (2 copies), Dec. 3, 1954
Item 9: Siebeuniecker, Gus, undated
Item 10: Smith, R. E., Feb. 28, 1945 - Apr. 18, 1947
Item 11: Spears, J. Franklin, Jan. 18, 1937 – Apr. 18, 1945
Item 12: Spears, Jan. 7, 1937
Item 13: Stettinius, Edward R., Feb. 14, 1945
Item 14: Stimson, Henry L., Sep. 30, 1940– Nov. 16, 1944
Item 15: Stimson, Henry L., and Gerhardt, Harrison A., Nov. 16, Dec. 30, 1944
Item 16: Stripling, Robert E., Jun 17, 1941
Folder 6: Correspondence Sheppard, Morris, 1927-1941
Folder 7: Correspondence Shook, John R., Jul. 12, 1940 - Mar. 11, 1942
Folder 8: Correspondence Sloss de Vento, Adela, 1927-1953
Folder 9: Correspondence Sloss de Vento, Adela, 1954-1976
Folder 10: Correspondence Sloss, de Vento, Adela, 1977-1988, undated
Folder 11: Correspondence Stevenson, Coke R., Aug. 14, 1941-Feb. 25, 1944
Folder 12: Correspondence Sutherland, Thomas S., May 21, 1943-Jun 28, 1951
Folder 13: Correspondence Vale, A. J., Aug. 18, 1937 - Mar. 24, 1945
Folder 14: Correspondence Tapia – Urbina
Item 1: Tapia, Adrián, Jan. 9 - 18, 1927
Item 3: Tate, Clifford H., Jun 28, 1933
Item 6: Torres, Tomás R., Jun 11, 1947
Item 8: Treviño, Albert U., undated
Item 9: Tristán, Pedro, Sep. 29, 1943
Item 10: Troutz, C.E., Apr. 16, 1936 - Sep. 18, 1940
Item 11: Truman, Harry S., Feb. 8, 1946
Item 12: Urbanovsky, F. D., Jul. 30, 1953
Item 13: Urbina, M.A., Oct. 12, 1936 - Jul. 30, 1940
Folder 15: V. – Youngblood
Item 1: V., Corrine, undated
Item 2: Valdez, Antonio B., Oct. 15 - Oct. 16, 1939
Item 3: Vallance, William R., Oct. 16, 1939
Item 5: Vásquez, Alfredo G., Oct. 1 - Nov. 1, 1926
Item 6: Vásquez, Santos G., Aug. 8, 1927
Item 7: Velásquez, Eulalio, Oct. 9, 1937
Item 8: Vertes Suárez, Pedro, Mar. 10, 1944
Item 9: Villarreal, Bertha, undated
Item 10: Villarreal, O., Jan. 23, 1940
Item 11: Vento, Arnold C., Mar 31, 1977
Item 12: Walker, Guy, Mar. 29, 1945
Item 13: Warner, L. V., Aug. 17, 1941
Item 14: West, Milton, Jan. 11, 1941 – Dec. 5, 1944
Item 15: Witsell, Edward F., Jul. 16, 1945
Item 16: Woods, L. A., Jan. 6, 1940
Item 17: Youngblood, Hull, Dec. 15, 1936
Folder 16: Typescripts and Press Releases
Item 1: “A Delegation of Civic …”
Item 2: Albidress, Charles. “The Committee of One Hundred to Stage a Victory Celebration.”
Item 6: “Carta del Lic. Alonso S. Perales a los Representantes….”
Item 7: “Una comisión de la Liga de Leales …,”
Item 8: “Condiciones que Debe Reunir los Votantes en esta Elección.”
Item 9: “Constitution of the Loyal Sons of America”
Item 10: “¿De dónde vino usted?”
Item 11: “Declaración del Lic. Alonso S. Perales anet el Comité de Habitación del Congreso …”
Item 12: "Don Politico, The San Antonio Light"
Item 13: “El Alcalde Maverick Acepta la Renuncia del Lic. Perales.”
Item 14: “El Ingeniero Herman H. Contreras como Presidente General”
Item 15: “En vista de las declaraciones …”
Item 16: “Essaying Education in Interracial Relations.”
Item 17: Fair Employment Practices Act.
Item 18: “Fue todo un acontecimiento social …,”
Item 19: “Fue todo un exito la magna reunión cívica …”
Item 20: “ Good Neighbor Policy and Recent Developments in the Western Hemisphere.”
Item 21: “Gran Celebración del 16 de Sep.”
Item 22: “Informe Num.  3…”
Item 23: “Informe Num. 4…”
Item 24: “Informe Num. 5…”
Item 25: “It Is Suggested that the Consitution and By-Lwas …”
Item 26: “Joe Castillo, age 18 …” fragment.
Item 27: Kibbe, Pauline R.“Community Organization for InterAmerican Understanding,”
Item 28: Moreno Pacheco, Manuel “The Committee of One Hundred Endorses the Courses Offered by the University of Mexico”
Item 30: Perales, Alonso S.“Las Elecciones Generales del Próximo Dos de Noviembre”
Folder 17: Typescripts, Press Releases and other
Item 1: Belden, Joe and Associates. “Latin American Population in Texas. Estimates by Counties.”
Item 2: “Jóvenes México-Americanos, Estudiad Derecho!”
Item 3: “Loyal Americans to Stage a Mammoth Americanism Meeting.”
Item 4: “Mis Dignos Conciudadanos.” (drafts)
Item 5: "Mis proyectos para el futuro immediato"
Item 6: “My Fellow Citizens,” by Alonso S. Perales.
Item 7: “Nuevo Triunfo de la Liga de Leales Amerianos.”
Item 9: “Otro informe relativo a las gestiones tendientes a acabar…”
Item 10: Perales, Alonso S. “A nuestros dignos conciudadanos y hermanos de raza”
Item 11: Perales, Alonso S. “Será suficiente que un ciudadano declare que es anti comunista.”
Item 12: Perales, Alonso S. et. al.“Whereas a Vacancy Exists in the San Antonio Post Office.”
Item 14: “Razones por las cuales el pueblo Mexico-Americano inteligente, consciente e independiente…”
Item 15: “Report Rendered by the Chairman …,”, Jul. 22, 1941
Item 16: “Respetables radio-escuchas.”
Item 17: “Respetables radiooyentes.”
Item 18: “Resumen de Labores del Concilio Número 16 de la Liga de Leales Americanos … durante el Año 1937”
Item 19: “Seguridad en la vejez.”
Item 21: “Statement of Alonso S. Perales …,”, Mar. 20, 1942
Item 22: “Tendrá Lugar un Magno e Importante Mítin.”
Item 23: “Whereas the Committee of One Hundred …”
Item 25: “Whereas, we are now convinced that the Resolution passed…”
Series 8: Additional Civil Service
This series contains 22 folders contained in 2 boxes, organized thematically. Please note that Box 14 is an oversized box containing items from several series. Alonso S. Perales was very active in state, national and international politics and Civil Rights initiatives, as well as with local politics in San Antonio. He participated actively in varied committees and political action associations throughout his life. This series contains items dated from 1928 – 1940 and many undated items.
Box 5
Folder 18: Association of Independent voters
Folder 19: Bexar County Council on Juvenile Delinquency
Folder 20: Texas public schools and school board campaign
Folder 21: Pan American optimist club of San Antonio
Folder 22: San Antonio Optimist Newsletter
Folder 23: Pan American round table
Item 1: Invitations, various dates
Item 2: Garza, José Angel de la, Feb. 3, 1940
Item 3: “Fue un éxito la convención estatal de las mesas redondas Panamericanas,” by Alonso S. Perales
Item 4: “La conferencia de Lima”
Item 5: “Whereas the Pan American Round Table …” draft resolution or constitution
Item 6: “What is the Panamerican Progressive Ass’n?”
Item 7: “Whereas, it is generally recognized that private organizations and individuals…”
Folder 24: Comité contra el racismo
Item 1: Garcia, Jose M., Feb. 26, 1945
Item 2: González Marínez, Enrique, Jan. 18 – Nov. 10, 1945
Item 3: González Martinez, Manuel, Jul. 21, 1945
Item 4: Peñafiel, Alfonso, Sep. 26, 1944 – Jan. 30, 1946
Item 5: Vásquez Gomez, Elena, Mar. 8, 1945-Sep. 19, 1945
Item 6: Zavala, Vito, May 25, 1945
Item 7: Boletín de Prensa
Item 8: Un joven negro, Oct. 10, 1945
Item 9: Comisión Ejecutiva
Item 10: Perales, Alonso S. “Roosevelt desea que no haya discriminación alguna.” Fraternidad: Organo del Comité Mexicano contra el racismo. Number 4, Sept. 1, 1944
Folder 25: Committee on Housing for Bexar County
Folder 26: Comité patriótico mexicano
Folder 27: Anglo-Latin good relations comittee
Folder 28: American GI Forum
Folder 29: American GI Forum – Carvazos, Antonio
Folder 30: Committee on inter-american relations
Folder 31: Tuberculosis Control Council – Correspondence
Folder 32: Tuberculosis Control Council – Misc.
Folder 33: Tuberculosis Control Council, 1933-1935
Folder 34: Tuberculosis Control Council, 1939-1940
Folder 35: International – 1
Folder 36: International – 2
Folder 37: International – 3
Folder 38: Miscellaneous – 1
Folder 39: Miscellaneous – 2
Box 14
Folder 4: OVS Civil Service Posters and Programs
Item 1: International Conference of American States on Conciliation and Arbitration, Dec 10, 1928 – Jan. 5, 1929
Item 2: “Grandiosa Junta Politica: Hoy a las 8 P.M El Lic. Alonso S.  Perales” Flyer
Item 3: 1940 Political Bulletin to All organized labor in Texas
Series 9: Law Firm
This series contains 62 folders contained in 3 boxes, organized thematically. Please note that Box 14 is an oversize box containing large items from several series. Alonso S. Perales’s work as a lawyer put him in contact with other legal professionals interested in American civil rights. Many of his cases dealt with Civil Rights issues. Other cases focused on real estate law and family and personal law. He was a member of the Texas State Bar Association and the San Antonio Local Bar Association. This series contains items dated from 1918 to 1960.
Sub-Series 1: Cases and Contracts
This subseries contains 26 folders housed in 2 boxes, including 1 oversize document. This subseries contains the cases and contracts managed by Alonso S. Perales and saved in his personal files. The cases are organized alphabetically.
Box 5
Folder 40: Adams – Austin
Item 1: Adams Guevara, Guadalupe, 1950
Item 2: Alamía, Mr.
Item 3: Alvarado, Antonio vs. Gloria Rodríguez de, 1956
Item 4: Austin & Williams
Folder 41: Amaya, Adela, 1948
Folder 42: Ballesteros -- Bustillos
Item 1: Ballesteros, Soledad, L., 1960
Item 2: Barquín, Vicente and wife, 1957
Item 3: Barrera, Benjamin, 1943
Item 4: Barron, Robert R., 1952
Item 5: Bass, Howard L., 1949
Item 8: Bustillos, Alejos
Folder 43: Braniff Airlines Suit
Item 1: Braniff, Tom, May 23, 1946
Item 2: Jackson, Jay M., Braniff Airlines suit, Aug. 13, 1946
Item 3: Jackson, Jay M., Braniff Airlines suit, Aug. 28, 1946
Item 4: Jackson, Jay M., Braniff Airlines suit, Sep. 7, 1946
Item 5: Jackson, Jay M., Braniff Airlines suit, Oct. 17, 1946
Item 6: Jackson, Jay M., Braniff Airlines suit, Nov. 5, 1946
Item 7: Jackson, Jay M., Braniff Airlines suit, Nov. 13, 1946
Folder 44: Boiler Plate Contract
Folder 45: Canales - Cuéllar
Item 1: Canales, Josephine, 1953
Item 2: Canterbury, E. M., 1918
Item 3: Canton, Rogerio G. et al
Item 4: Castañeda, Carlos vs. San Felipe Independent School District, 1933-1934
Item 5: Castillo, Joe, vs. Olivia Castillo, 1958
Item 6: Continental Life Insurance Company
Item 7: Contreras, H. H. and Mrs. Estella Pérez Contreras, 1951
Item 8: Cuéllar, Banjamín F., 1957
Folder 46: Cortés de Peña, Cirilo, 1958
Folder 47: Civil Rights Petition to the Supreme Court
Folder 48: Darby - Flores
Item 1: Darby, S. A., 1947
Item 2: Delmour, William Patrick, undated
Item 3: Díaz, Rose, undated
Item 4: Divorce Statutes, Texas
Item 5: Domínguez, María A.
Item 6: Elias, John, 1946
Item 7: Energy Reserves Group, 1976
Item 8: Esparza, Gregorio
Item 9: Espinosa de Cantú, Vicenta
Item 10: Flores, Dolores, vs. Jesse Flores, 1954
Item 11: Flores, Manuel, 1956
Folder 49: García - Hudson
Item 1: García Ramírez, María Luisa, vs., José P. Ramírez, 1957
Item 2: Garza, María García, 1929
Item 3: Getz, John, 1934
Item 4: Groos, Franz C., 1913
Item 5: Guadalupe Lumber Company, 1950
Item 6: Guerra, Francisco
Item 7: Guerreo, Jesús vs. Petra Méndez Guerrero, 1955
Item 8: Guyton, Sam Norgan Jr., 1952
Item 9: Guzmán, Jacobo.
Item 10: Herd vs Hodge, Supreme Court, Oct 1947
Item 11: Herrera, John J., undated
Item 12: Hicks, Yale, undated
Item 13: H.R. 2475 In the Senate of the U.S., Prostitution prohibited..
Item 14: Hudson, C. C. et al vs. San Antonio Independent School District
Box 6
Folder 1: Keller, Martha Elizabeth, 1924-1946
Folder 2: Kerr – Lozano
Item 1: Kerr, Elizabeth, 1908
Item 2: Lara, Agustín, 1938
Item 3: López, Rudolph E., 1945
Item 4: Lozano, Cruz, 1937
Folder 3: Macdona - Murphy
Item 1: Macdona, George.
Item 2: Medina Irrigated Farms, 1935
Item 3: Medina Townsite Company
Item 4: Mejía, Margarita vs. Eldon Wallace
Item 5: Méndez, Gonzalo, 1946
Item 6: Moreno, Benny, 1958
Item 7: Moreno, Refugio
Item 8: Murphy, J. J.  vs. Guy F. Atkinson Company Inc., 1948
Folder 4: Naranjo – Pérez Alvarez
Item 1: Naranjo, Pedro, 1939
Item 2: Ortiz de Aguirre, María
Item 3: Pérez, Carmen
Item 4: Pérez, Foraldo, 1949
Item 5: Pérez, Gloria Treviño, vs, Felipe Pérez, 1955
Item 6: Pérez, Rafael vs. State of Texas, 1937
Item 7: Pérez, Ygnacio, vs. F. L. Paschal
Item 8: Pérez Alvarez, Juan Diego and wife
Folder 5: Racial Restrictive covenants – Rodríguez
Item 1: Racial restrictive covenants on real property
Item 2: Ramírez, Antoino y Greforia, re: “Agua Prieta” partition
Item 3: Ramos, Amparo Arrequín, vs. Jesús Ramos, 1947
Item 4: Reyes Flroes, Guadalupe, vs, Inez García de Flores
Item 5: Rodríguez, Constancio, 1960
Item 6: Rodríguez, Juana vs. Gozalo Tijerina.
Item 7: Rodríguez, Santiago, 1957
Folder 6: Salazar Puente, Abdón, 1948
Folder 7: Salazar Puente, Abdón, 1948
Folder 8: Saenz - Simmons
Item 1: Saenz, Bruno, and Leonor Ponce de Saenz, 1959
Item 2: San Antonio Independent School Distrcit, undated
Item 3: San Antonio Suburban Irrigated Farms, 1934
Item 4: Simmons, Harriet Potter
Folder 9: Shell Oil Inc. – Smith, Francis
Item 1: Shell Oil Inc., 1944
Item 2: Sleepy Lagoon Case, 1944
Item 3: Smith, Francis
Folder 10: Tavitas - Treviño
Item 1: Tavitas, Miguel, 1960
Item 2: Texas State Board for Vocational Education, May 16, 1947
Item 3: Treviño, Eleuterio vs. Ramona C. Traveiño, 1960
Item 4: Treviño, Ernesto, 1949
Folder 11: United States vs Mexico Cases
Folder 12: United States vs Mexico Cases
Folder 13: Valdez – Villarreal de Ruiz
Item 1: Valdez, Francisco, 1959
Item 2: Vásquez, Domingo, 1959
Item 3: Vela, Rudy L. and Mariana A. Vela, 1959
Item 4: Velásquez, Victoriano, 1935
Item 5: Venable, Elihu L. and Lousie K. Venable, 1947
Item 6: Vidal, Zaragiza and Hipólito Vidal, 1940
Item 7: Villarreal, Guadalupe Jr., 1958-1959
Item 8: Villarreal, José R., 1950
Item 9: Villarreal de Ruiz, Tommie, 1944
Folder 14: Walston - Williams
Item 1: Walston, J. C.
Item 2: Water Distrcit Bexar-Medina-Atascosa Coutnies, 1934
Item 3: Weiner, Murray, vs. Hernry G. Perales, 1952
Item 4: Weiss, William H.
Item 5: White, h. B., vs. Lewis Whtie et al, 1929
Item 6: Wheeler Kelly and Hagny Investment Company.
Item 7: Williams, T. J.
Folder 15: Ybarra - Zepeda
Item 1: Ybarra, Félix R., vs. Minerva R. Ybarra, 1958
Item 2: Zepeda, Alfonos R., vs. Estela Huron de Zapeda, 1958
Box 14
Folder 5: OVS Guadalupe Villarreal Sr. and Jr. Land Transfer case
Sub-Series 2: Correspondence
This subseries contains 13 folders housed in 1 box and features the correspondence associated with Alonso S. Perales’s law firm. It is organized alphabetically. It contains items dated from 1938-1963.
Box 6
Folder 16: Acosta Perales – Cuen y Cuen
Item 1: Acosta Perales, José, Apr. 10, 1958
Item 2: Alaniz, Nago, Jun 3, 1958
Item 3: Alred, James V., Jul. 25, 1934
Item 4: American First Trust Company, Jun 26, 1958
Item 5: Aguilar, Antonio, Mar. 20, 1958
Item 6: Alderdice, J. B., Aug 1958
Item 7: Alvarado, Russ, Feb. 12, 1959
Item 8: American Retail Federation
Item 9: Anderson, Charles W., Feb. 21, 1952
Item 10: Arriaga, Juan, Feb. 11, 1958
Item 11: Arroyo, César I., Apr. 25, 1957
Item 12: Austin, Robert E., Jan. 14, 1932
Item 13: Baker, Theodor, Jan. 16, 1959
Item 14: Banna, Leo, Aug. 17, 1954
Item 15: Barrenechea, Amanda L., Jul. 23, 1951 – Jul. 13, 1958
Item 16: Benítez, Mary R., Oct. 8, 1959
Item 18: immigration status, in Canales correspondence file
Item 19: Blocker, William P., Jan. 27, 1942
Item 20: Bono, Joseph, undated
Item 21: Booker, C. A., Apr. 24, 1941
Item 22: Boothe, Robert, May 19-31, 1952
Item 23: Boyd, C. F., Aug. 4, 1960
Item 24: Bravo, Manuel, Mar. 6, 1946
Item 25: Cadena, Annie R., Jul. 2, 1959
Item 26: Cadena, Elodia G., Oct. 3, 1958
Item 27: Cadena, L., Nov. 2-4, 1939
Item 28: Calderón, Yolanda B., Nov. 2, 1959
Item 29: Campa, C., Apr. 28, 1941
Item 30: Canales, Omar, Aug. 22 – Sep. 23, 1959
Item 31: Cantú, Narciso, Sep. 19, 1957
Item 32: Canyes, Manuel S., Jan. 10, 1948
Item 33: Carroll, W. D., Jun 30, 1958
Item 34: Charles, Emma, Feb. 19, 1959
Item 35: Circle Loan Company, Mar. 12, 1958
Item 36: Corrigan, Bat, Sep. 24, 1926
Item 37: Cox, Alex, Mar. 5 - 21, 1938
Item 38: Cuéllar, Benjamín H., Mar. 16, 1953
Item 39: Cuen & Cuen, Oct. 27, 1959
Folder 17: Correspondence Dannelley - Fraser
Item 1: Dannelley, W. A., Oct. 30, 1939
Item 2: Dávila Medrano, Eloísa, Oct. 21, 1947
Item 3: Denman, Leroy Jr., Jun 23, 1959
Item 4: Desiga, Vicente, Feb. 19, 1938
Item 5: Dodic, I. L., Sep. 22, 1959
Item 6: Domínguez, Arturo, May 25, 1949
Item 7: Dougherty, j. Chris, Mar. 15, 1949
Item 8: Duran, Leo N., Aug. 31, 1938
Item 9: Eersheville, J. J., Jan. 8, 1940
Item 10: Employees’ Compensation Commission, Nov. 22, 1943
Item 11: Esqueda, Estanislado, from Domangue, Arthur A., Feb. 13, 1950
Item 12: Esqueda, Estanislado, to Domangue, Arthur A., Feb. 18, 1950
Item 13: Esquivel de Escamilla, Virginia, Mar. 10, 1958
Item 14: Evans, T. L., Oct. 4, 1945
Item 15: Flaherty. Jack F., Feb. 4, 1960
Item 16: Flores, Luis, Oct. 15 – Nov. 3, 1952
Item 17: Floyd, C. J., Jan. 11, 1960
Item 18: Fraga, Telésforo, Apr. 30, 1931 - Mar. 22, 1950
Item 19: Fraser, Alexander, Feb. 20, 1959
Folder 18: Correspondence Gale -- Huntress
Item 1: Gale, Robert A., Jul. 9 - Sep. 12, 1958
Item 2: Gámez, Aurelio, Apr. 1, 1952
Item 3: García, Demetrio, Feb. 7, 1959
Item 4: García, Felipe et al, Jan. 29, 1931
Item 5: Garoni, John C., Sep. 18, 1959
Item 6: Garza, Fausto R., Oct. 13, 1959
Item 7: Garza, John H., Mar. 9 - Mar. 25, 1933
Item 8: Garza, Josephine, Oct. 4, 1958
Item 9: Gerhart, John P., Mar. 18, 1959
Item 10: Gest, E. M., Nov. 4, 1958
Item 11: Goggans, J. L., Jun 15, 1925
Item 12: Gómez, Juan, Jan. 23, 1950
Item 13: Gómez, Lucio D., 1944
Item 14: Gonzales, Lucio Jr., Apr. 10, 1958
Item 15: González, H. N., Aug. 1, 1958
Item 16: González, Paul, Jul. 26, 1927
Item 17: González, Rubén, Dec. 10, 1959
Item 18: Granado, Ramón, Sep. 25, 1958
Item 19: Grissom, Bee, Jun 25, 1959
Item 20: Guadiana, Miguel, Aug. 8, 1963
Item 21: Guerra, Raúl, Jun 30 – Oct. 27, 1958
Item 22: Gutiérrez, Rudy, Feb. 5 - 11, 1958
Item 23: Hayes, G. R., Nov. 10, 1959
Item 24: Hernández, María Soledad, Dec. 27, 1957
Item 25: Henley, Theo. Pat, Feb. 2 - 4, 1960
Item 26: Hinojosa, Delfino D., Jan. 1, 1950
Item 27: Huntress, Fred, Aug. 1, 1950
Folder 19: Jacobsen, Harvey B. (Marta Perales’ Patents), Jun 4 – Jan. 18, 1956
Folder 20: Jarquín -- Luna
Item 1: Jarquín, Gladys, Oct. 5, 1959
Item 2: Jiménez, Higinio, Aug. 18 – 21, 1958
Item 6: Jones, M. D., Oct. 9, 1948
Item 7: Joske’s of Texas, Nov. 5, 1949
Item 8: Keller, Rod, Nov. 2, 1959
Item 9: Klien, Al J., Mar. 9, 1950
Item 10: Kline, Philip S., Jun 16 - 27, 1959
Item 11: Lara, Manuel, Dec. 8, 1937 – Jan. 26, 1938
Item 12: Landers Serevice corp., Jul. 23, 1958
Item 13: León, Fernando, Jul. 17, 1959 – Feb. 18, 1960
Item 14: Lieck, Charles J., Sep. 11, 1959
Item 15: Locke, John R. Jr., Mar. 14, 1958
Item 16: Logsdon, S. D., Dec. 7, 1943
Item 17: Longoria, José, Jun 19, 1959
Item 18: Lozano, Rubén R., Jan. 23, 1961
Item 19: Lloyd, Frank B., May 21, 1940
Item 20: López, José L., Mar. 16, 1959 – Nov. 5, 1947
Item 21: López, Simón, Jun 16 – Jul. 2, 1958
Item 22: Loughridge, Walter, Jan. 21, 1959
Item 23: Lujano, Carlos, Feb. 5, 1959
Item 24: Luna, Cecilio, Apr. 2, 1957
Folder 21: Montemayor, Sister Isabel, M., O. P.,
Folder 22: Marshall -- Ortega
Item 1: Marshall, George C., Jan. 10, 1948
Item 2: Manning, Rev. Joseph L, re: Montemayor, Sister Isabel immigration status, Aug. 22, 1952
Item 3: Martínez, Cornelio R., Aug. 7, 1952
Item 4: Martínez, Manuela, Apr. 5 - 10, 1958
Item 5: Martínez, María O., Jun 16, 1949
Item 6: Masuca, Margarita R., case, undated
Item 7: McMorrow, Hugh E., Jun 22, 1948
Item 8: Meuree, James A., Feb. 22, 1953
Item 9: Mendez, Ambrocio, et al (16 signatories), from prison, undated
Item 10: Middlebrooks, Richard r., Jul. 15, 1941
Item 11: Miller, James L. M., Feb. 24, 1950
Item 12: Moreno, Pedro, Oct. 12, 1959
Item 13: Murray, Sid, May 1, 1958
Item 14: Muñiz, Leopoldo, Aug. 9, 1958
Item 15: Nass, Harry. A., Jun 6 - 8, 1938
Item 16: National Bankers Life, Jan. 29 – Mar. 2, 1954
Item 17: Negrón, Víctor H., Jun 19, 1959
Item 18: Ochoa, Oswaldo, Jun 10, 1958
Item 19: Olivares, Dámaso Jr., Feb. 4 – Mar. 12, 1958
Item 20: Ortega, Modesto, May 30, 1958
Folder 23: Pérez, Francisco Correspondence beginning Aug. 22, 1952, re: Isabel, nun, Sister Isabel through Nov. 11, 1955 (also see Kilday, Paul J., and Vizcarra, Father Angel), 1952-1955
Folder 24: Palacios - Rust
Item 1: Palacios, Ted, to McCollum Burnett, Jan. 2, 1944
Item 2: Parkinson-Moore, Feb. 14, 1959
Item 3: Peña, Albert Sr., Nov. 11, 1959
Item 4: Pérez, Lupe, Nov. 21, 1959
Item 5: Pig, E. L., Nov. 30, 1951
Item 6: Pollard, R. J., Aug. 7, 1941
Item 7: Pérez, Francisco, Nov. 3 - 11, 1953
Item 8: Pérez, Francisco, re: Isabel, nun, Sister Isabel, Mar. 11, 1954
Item 9: Pérez, Rosaldo, Jul. 23, 1949
Item 10: Porras, Juan J., Jan. 20, 1956
Item 11: Presidential Life Insurance Co., re: Contreras, Estela P. (see Contreras, Hernán in Correspondence), Sep. 28 - Oct. 9, 1953
Item 12: Quiroz, Richard, Feb. 11 - 18, 1953
Item 13: Railroad Retirement Board, Mar. 9, 1960
Item 14: Ramírez, Antonio, Nov. 4, 1939
Item 15: Ramírez, Víctor Hugo, Mar. 14, 1958
Item 16: Reeves, Blair, Jan. 15, 1959
Item 17: Reyes, Lorenzo Aguirre, Jun 12, 1958
Item 18: Richardson, Lloyd W., Sep. 20, 1957
Item 19: Ríos. Pablo, undated
Item 20: Rivera, Raúl, Sep. 16, 1959
Item 21: Rodríguez, G. C., Dec. 14, 1937
Item 22: Rodríguez, Jacob I., undated
Item 23: Rodríguez, Jesús, Aug. 5, 1958
Item 24: Rodríguez, Rosalío. L., Dec. 14, 1949
Item 25: Rose, A. M., Jan. 14, 1959
Item 26: Rust, Lena Mae, Mar. 16, 1959
Folder 25: Smallwood, Ronald, Jul. 23, 1958 – Oct. 3, 1960
Folder 26: Sala – U.S. Immigration Office
Item 1: Sala, Ben, Jun 3, 1958
Item 2: Saldívar F., José María, Sep. 22, 1958
Item 4: Shock, John R., May, 1940
Item 5: Social Security Administration, re: Martínez, Ramón, note Attached, Jun 16, 1949
Item 6: Smith, R. E., Texas good Neighbor Commission, Dec. 16, 1943, Mar. 26, 1947
Item 7: State Bureau f Vital Statistics, Aug. 8, 1958
Item 8: State Department of Public Welfare, Feb. 7, 1950 – Mar. 30, 1960
Item 9: Storm, Wash, May 6, 1958
Item 10: Stutman, i. E., Nov. 7, 1940
Item 11: Sulaica, Anthony R., Sep. 17 – Nov. 3, 1951
Item 12: Sustaita, A. M., Apr. 10, 1958
Item 13: Tayloe, S. G., Jan. 22, 1948
Item 14: Temple, A. F., Oct. 23 - 24, 1957
Item 15: Thompson, J. A., Nov. 6, 1958
Item 16: Thornberry, Homer, Jun 19 – Sep. 14, 1959
Item 17: Tippett, Earl B., Jan. 12, 1959
Item 18: Uhr, Jr., May 20, 1958
Item 19: Upchurch, Fred, Jan. 19 - 23, 1939
Item 20: U. S. Immigration Office, Mar. 27, 1958
Folder 27: Vizcarra, Father Angel, re: MonteMayor, Sister Isabel, immigration status, correspondence, 1953
Folder 28: Correspondence Valdez  - Zárate
Item 1: Valdez, Refugio M., Oct. 8, 1959
Item 2: Valdespino, Joe M., Aug. 19, 1959
Item 3: Vance, Frank X., Mar. 9 - 14, 1946
Item 4: Vásquez de Gutiérrez, Sara, undated
Item 5: Velásquez, Eloísa, Jan. 6, 1960
Item 6: Vera Plumbing Company, Jan. 10, 1959
Item 7: Verástegui, R., Mar. 7, 1953
Item 8: Villarreal, Braulio, May 17, 1958
Item 9: Villarreal, Víctor, Jul. 28 – Aug. 27, 1958
Item 10: Wier, Garland G., Jan. 28, 1960
Item 11: Wiley, Mary, Jan. 29 – Feb. 3, 1959
Item 12: Williams, Edgar, District Court Clerk, Jul. 16, 1949
Item 13: William, Jesse, May 14, 1958
Item 14: Wright, Arthur V., Oct. 19, 1939
Item 15: Wright, Halsey, Jan. 12, 1960
Item 16: Zárate, Flavio G., Jun 23, 1947
Sub-Series 3: Affidavits and Deeds
This subseries contains 8 folders housed in 1 box and features copies and originals of the affidavits and deeds managed by Alonso S. Perales’s law firm. It is organized alphabetically.
Box 6
Folder 29: Affidavits and deeds A - B
Folder 30: Affidavits and deeds C
Folder 31: Affidavits and deeds D – F
Folder 32: Affidavits and deeds G
Folder 33: Affidavits and deeds H - L
Folder 34: Affidavits and deeds M - O
Folder 35: Affidavits and deeds P - R
Folder 36: Affidavits and deeds S – Z
Sub-Series 4: Other Documents
This subseries contains 20 folders housed in 2 boxes and features additional items and documents related to Alonso S. Perales’s law firm, including wills, appointment books and and financial documents of the law firm. It is organized thematically.
Box 6
Folder 37: Alien Registration Forms
Folder 38: Real Estate Business
Folder 39: Receipts, Business Cards and Miscellaneous 1
Folder 40: Receipts, Business Cards and Miscellaneous 2
Box 7
Folder 1: Receipts, Business Cards and Miscellaneous 3
Folder 2: San Antonio State Bar Association
Folder 3: Wills A – C
Folder 4: Wills E - K
Folder 5: Wills L - P
Folder 6: Wills R – W
Folder 7: Agenda, 1950
Folder 8: Agenda, 1952
Folder 9: Agenda, 1957
Folder 10: Agenda, 1958
Folder 11: Agenda, 1959
Folder 12: Agenda, 1959
Folder 13: Agenda, 1960
Folder 14: Ledger, 1952
Folder 15: Ledger, 1959
Folder 16: Address Book
Series 10: Religious Interests
This series contains 12 folders housed in 1 box. Alonso S. Perales was very active with Catholic apologetics and with initiatives of the Catholic Church. He participated in the Knights of Columbus and wrote a regular newspaper column “Por mi religion” (“For my religion”) defending and explaining aspects of the Catholic faith. This series is organized thematically.
Box 7
Folder 17: Miscellaneous
Item 1: Long Múzquiz, David, “Acércate a Dios,”
Item 2: “Historic origin of Las Posadas” by Mrs. Felix Rosas
Item 3: Parish Council of Catholic Men handout
Item 4: Prayer for marriage
Item 5: Miscellaneous items
Folder 18: Original works by Perales
Item 1: “Al servicio de dios,”
Item 2: "The Antonias," unsigned.
Item 3: “The Church and the Spanish Speaking,” unsigned.
Item 4: “El Comité de Observancia del Viernes Santo…,” unsigned.
Item 5: “Memorandum: A Confraternity of Christian Doctrine,”
Item 6: “El mundo necesita mucho de instrucción religiosa”
Item 7: “Sangre divina,” unsigned. (2 copies)
Item 8: “Las santas misiones y nuestro bienestar” (2 copies)
Item 9: “Problemas del hogar”  unsigned
Item 10: “Religión, decíamos el otro día …,” unsigned (possibly for radio address), May 4, 1949
Folder 19: Handbills, bulletins, pamphlets, newsletters
Folder 20: Handbills, bulletins, pamphlets etc
Folder 21: Correspondence
Item 1: Auña Cárdenas, Víctor, Jul. 25, 1957–May 22, 1958
Item 2: Agenda, Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Men, Feb. 27, 1950
Item 3: Alvarez, Víctor, Aug. 8, 1957–Mar. 11, 1958
Item 4: City editor, Jun 4, 1959
Item 5: “Dear Friends …,” unaddressed draft.
Item 6: Finto, William L., Sep. 28, 1948
Item 7: González, Rubén E., Nov. 21, 1949
Item 8: Herrera, John J., Apr. 21, 1952–Oct. 21, 1959
Item 9: Hoffman, Rudolph C., Feb. 16–23, 1953
Item 10: Ibañez, B., Jun 23–Jul. 5, 1940
Item 11: Kunz, Tom, Mar. 10, 1950
Item 12: Ledvina, Rev. Emanuel B., April 21, 1952-Jul. 6 1944
Item 13: Leuver, Robert J., undated
Item 14: Lucey, Archbishop Robert E., Jul. 5, 1944–Jan. 5,  1960
Item 15: McCormack, Rev. John, The Maryknoll Fathers
Item 17: Múzquiz, Francisco, Dec. 2, 1949
Item 18: National Council of Catholic Men, Jan. 23-Feb. 26, 1951
Item 19: Padre, undated
Item 21: Quintana, Sep. 28, 1951
Item 22: Rodríguez, Dolores M., Feb. 15, 1950
Item 23: Rodríguez, José G., Oct. 19, 1949
Item 24: Schmidt, Frederick A., C. S. C., Apr. 26, 1952
Item 25: Schmidt, Frederick A., C. S. C., Apr. 28, 1952
Item 26: Tanaskovic, Rev. Nicholas J., Jan. 29, 1951
Item 27: Vizcarra, A. priest in Alice, Texas, Jun 29, 1953
Folder 22: Theology Course
Folder 23: La Iglesia de Cristo 1 – 11
Folder 24: La Iglesia de Cristo 12 – 23 (Inc.)
Folder 25: Folleto E. V. C 4 – 73 (Inc.)
Series 11: Perales Original Works
This series contains 64 folders housed in 2 boxes. Please note that Box 14 is an oversize box with large items from several series. Alonso S. Perales was an active author and speechwriter, contributing essays, newspaper articles and offering radio and public speeches in support of civil rights and other political issues. His essays were compiled in a published book entitled En defensa de mi raza. (In defense of my race) and the manuscript is included in this series. Also of note are numerous other essays authored by Perales, along with transcripts of his radio addresses and speeches, and copies of the manuscripts for his speeches. It is organized alphabetically by title.
Sub-Series 1: Essays, Letters, Editorials, other
This subseries contains 15 folders housed in 2 boxes, including 1 oversize document “Carta Abierta”. These are manuscripts of Alonso S. Perales essays, letters and editorials and documents reasonably likely to be authored by Alonso Perales. Don Político is a suspected pseudonym of Alonso Perales but is included with the series: Original works by other individuals. This series is organized alphabetically by title.
Box 8
Folder 1: Folleto E. V. C  74-151 (Inc.)
Folder 2: Folleto E. V. C 168-183 (Inc.)
Folder 3: Folleto E. V. C. 190-290 (Inc.)
Folder 4: Folleto E.V. C  301-401 (Inc)
Folder 5: A - B
Item 1: “A las colonias mexicanas y México-Texanas de Alice,” co-signed Perales and J. Luz Saenz
Item 2: “A propósito del problema artístico que se desarrolla …,”
Item 3: "A todos los patronos.”
Item 4: “El abogado Alonso S. Perales se retira de todo movimiento panamericanista en Texas"
Item 5: “About a year ago, the San Antonio Board of Education …,”
Item 6: “Addressed Delivered as San Benito, Texas, Oct. 25, 1951”
Item 7: “Una aclaración a las colonias mexicana y México- Americana”
Item 8: “Además, la actitud firme …, unsigned fragment.
Item 9: “Al margen de las propuestas reformas a la constitución del estado de Texas,”
Item 10: “Amarás a tu prójimo como a ti mismo,” incomplete ms (p.2 only).
Item 11: “Antes que te cases,”, Oct. 1951
Item 12: “Are We Good Neighbors?”  2 drafts, one dated, Apr. 1948
Item 13: “Army Returns Remains of South Texas Heroes for Burial in Cemeteries Near Homes.”, Aug. 28, 1948
Item 14: “Arte de México. La Real Academia de San Carlos.”
Item 15: “Bobby Davila” unsigned, Sept. 1946
Folder 6: C - D
Item 1: “Citations to the Congressional Medal of Honor,” unsigned.
Item 2: “El Comité Presidencial de Prácticas Justas…” by Alonso S. Perales
Item 3: “El Controlador General de los Estados Unidos dicta una interpretación …,” by Alonso S. Perales, two drafts
Item 4: “Crescencio Trevino” unsigned, assumed to be Peralesf
Item 5: “Damas y caballeros …,” untitled speech.
Item 6: “Damas y caballeros, como abogado su servidor …,” untitled speech, undated, part of three-person panel.  Two other persons’ speeches attached (Ramón Galindo and Andrés Rivera)
Item 7: “Datos para la prensa,” Alosno S. Perales.
Item 8: “Declaraciones del Lic. Alsonso S. Perales acreca del Proyecto de Ley Anti-Discriminatoria …,” unsigned.
Item 9: “De justicia del Condado o del Distrito que nos persigue  con diligencia…”
Item 10: “Democracy and Church Related Schools,” unsigned,  undated.
Item 11: “Democracy Will Be a Reality for Americans of Mexican Descnet in Texas,” unsigned.
Item 12: “Derechos constitucionales,” by Alonso S. Perales
Item 13: *“Directo y gentil radio auditorio …” unsigned.
Item 14: “Discrimination against Persons …,” unsigned.
Item 15: “El discurso del Lic. Alonso S. Perales en la Gran Fiesta de la Raza …,”, 1932
Item 16: “Discurso pronunciado por el Lic. Alonso S. Perales en favor de la candidatura del Lic. James S. Bates,” unsigned
Item 17: “Don Baltasar de Zúñiga,” undated, unsigned.
Folder 7: E - G
Item 1: “Editoriales,” unsigned.
Item 2: “Educational Opportunities of the Latin-American Child above the Elementary School Level …,” unsigned, undated.
Item 3: “Elección el martes,” unsigned. (3 copies)
Item 4: “La elección sobre el sistema de gerencia …” unsigned.
Item 5: “La evolución de la raza mexicana en Texas,” by Alonso S. Perales.
Item 6: “En defensa de mi raza,” unsigned.
Item 7: “En la primera parte...” unsigned.
Item 8: “¿Es debido a nuestra falta de aseo que se nos humilla?” Alonso S. Perales
Item 9: “España en San Antonio.” Undated, unsigned.
Item 10: “El Estado de las gestiones encaminadas a acabar con la discriminación,” by Alonso Perales
Item 11: “…extienda a nuestra raza en general el debido respeto…” incomplete, unsigned, Jun 30, 1928
Item 12: “Frank J. Gravis” Biography, Southwest Texans, 1953
Item 13: “Gran velada” unsigned, assumed to be Perales
Folder 8: H - I
Item 2: “Hasta qué grado puede el gobierno ederal …,” Spanish and English versions (2 copies), Oct. 21, 1944
Item 3: “Hermanos de raza,” unsigned.
Item 6: “His Excellency, The Most Rev. Robert E. Lucey …,” speech on Racial Prejudice in Spain, given to the Knights of Columbus, Mar. 20, 1952
Item 7: “Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners, ladies and Gentlemen,” unsigned.
Item 8: “Honorable W. W. McCrory,” unsigned.
Item 9: “Hoy es la gran velada,” unsigned.
Item 10: “I have no personal complaint,” unsigned.
Item 11: “Importante reunión de la Comisión de Salubridad,” unsigned.
Item 12: “El impuesto electoral y nuestra lucha en pro de justicia social,” Alonso S. Perales
Item 13: “Información.” Unsigned, undated.
Item 14: “Informe… acerca del estado de las gestiones encaminadas a terminar con la discriminación,” Alonso S. Perales.
Item 15: “El intercambio universitario entre México y Estados Unidos,” Alonso S. Perales.
Item 16: “Un interesantísimo ciclo de conferencias,” Alonso S. Perales.
Item 17: “It is a great pleasure …,” unsigned.
Item 18: “Sec. 2. It is found that a large...” unsigned
Item 19: “It is more glorious that a man for his country should live!”
Folder 9: J - M
Item 1: “El joven Gonzalo Garza…,” unsigned.
Item 2: “Juvenile Board Judges Refuse to Act in the Face of Rising Delinquency!” unsigned.
Item 3: “Juvenile delinquency in Hidalgo County: 1943-1953”
Item 4: “La juventud hispanoamericana de San Antonio…,” Alonso S. Perales.
Item 5: “La leyenda del conejo,” unsigned.
Item 6: “El Lic. Alonso S. Perales nos hace declaraciones sobre el proyecto de ley antidiscriminatorio.” unsigned, Jan. 12, 1945
Item 7: “El Lic. Alonso S. Perales renuncia...,” unsigned draft.
Item 8: “El Lic. Alonso S. Perales ha presentado su renucia,” unsigned.
Item 9: “Lista de personas que asistieron al almuerzo …,” handwritten.
Item 10: “Lista que contiene los nombres de las poblaciones en Texas en donde se le ha negado el servicio a los mexicanos…” unsigned.
See also: Box 8 Folder 14 Item 14
Item 11: “Luling has a new mexican school” unsigned, The San Antonio Light, Jan. 26, 1931
Item 12: “El martes de la semana próxima …estuvo …Daniel Salinas,” Alonso Perales
Item 13: “Mexican Atmosphere,” unsigned.
Item 14: “The Mexican people also …,: fragment, unsigned.
Item 15: “Un mexicano que defiende sus derechos y a nuestra raza,” unsigned.
Item 16: "El mexico americano y la política del sur de Texas”
Item 17: “Mis muy estimados radio-escuchas:” unsigned.
Item 18: “Must in New Books,” by the American Progressive Association.
Item 19: “My Fellow Americans of County Precinct No. 1,” unsigned.
Folder 10: “Mis dignos conciudadanos…” speeches
Item 1: “Mis dignos conciudadanos,” Alonso S. Perales. 6 different speech drafts, one dated, May 2, 1943, undated
Item 2: “Mis distinguidos conciudadanos de origen hispano,” unsigned
Item 3: “Mis dignos conciudadanos y hermanos de raza,” speech (11 speeches/ copies/drafts under these first words)., undated
Item 4: “Mis dignos conciudadanos de origen mexicano,” unsigned.
Item 5: “Mis dignos conciudadanos México-americanos,”unsigned.
Folder 11: N - O
Item 1: “El negocio del censo de Estados Unidos…,” Alonso S. Perales.
Item 2: “Niegan servicio en un café a 4 soldados méxico-texanos” unsigned, assumed to be Perales.
Item 3: “North St. Mary’s Street Skating Rink,: unsigned speech.
Item 4: “Nuestra juventud debe aprender lo que es el matrimonio antes de casarse,” unsigned, undated
Item 5: “Nuestro pueblo puede ayudarse a sí mismo,”, Nov. 20, 1948
Item 6: “Nuestro pueblo sufre otra gran pérdida,” por Alonso S. Perales.
Item 8: “Obtuvo un dorado triunfo el gran maestro Carlos Chavez” por Alonso S. Perales
Item 9: “Oportunidades educativas que debemos aprovechar,” Alonso S. Perales, undated
Item 10: “Optimismo,” unsigned, undated
Item 11: “Over a century ago …” essay on Texas Mexican founders of the Republic of Texas, English and Spanish versions.
Folder 12: P
Item 1: “Perales, Alonso,” biography for “Who’s Who in the American Electoral Mission of Nicaragua—1930”
Item 2: “Un periódico es útil cuando sirve los intereses de la colectividad,” Alonso S. Perales., Feb. 13, 1946
Item 3: “El “Poll-Tax” o Impuesto Electoral,” by Alonso S. Perales, Jan. 26, 1945
Item 4: “Por qué voté por el gobernador Shivers,” by Alonso S. Perales. (2 drafts)
Item 5: “El porvenir de los México-americanos,” unsigned.
Item 6: “Power at the Polls,” Alonso S. Perales. (2 copies)
Item 7: “Practically all Mexican laborers are of a racial mixture …,” unsigned fragment.
Item 8: “Preguntas hechas por el Sr. J. L. Hidalgo al Lic. Perales.”
Item 9: “Problemas del hogar,” handwritten manuscript, Feb. 21, 1951
Item 10: “Problemas del hogar,” typed copy.
Item 11: “Problemas fundamentales de México,” by Alonso S. Perales
Item 12: “La próxima conferencia de cancilleres y el porvenir de nuestros pueblos,” by Alonso S. Perales
Item 14: “El proyecto de ley antidiscriminatorio fue aprobado,” Alonso S. Perales.
Folder 13: R
Item 1: “Rambling Around,” unsigned.
Item 2: “Reanuda sus labores cívico sociales...,” unsigned.
Item 3: “El reciente fallo de la cuarta corte de apelaciones civiles y la doctrina del buen vecino,” by Alonso S. Perales (4 copies)
Item 6: “El representante Maverick hace declaraciones a La Prensa,” unsigned.
Item 7: “Resolution Introduced by Alonso S. Perales to the Texas Bar Associaiton.” (2 copies)
Item 8: “Resume of Address Made by Alonso S. Perales before the Pan American Round Table… Nov. 16, 1936.”
Folder 14: S
Item 1: “El Sargento Macario García …,” unsigned.
Item 2: “El Sargento Técnico Jesús C. Flores.” Unsigned
Item 3: “Se establece en San Antonio una escuela,” by Alonso S.  Perales.
Item 4: “Se nos ha oído en la Conferencia de Cancilleres,” Alonso S. Perales.
Item 5: “Sentida defunción.” unsigned, undated
Item 6: “Sra. Elsa Guerra de Bond.” unsigned., Jun 7, 1953
Item 7: “La Señora Adela S. de Vento …,” unsigned.
Item 8: “Señores comerciantes, profesionistas y hombres de negocios en general” unsigned, assumed to be Perales.
Item 9: “Será suficiente conque un candidato declare que es anti-comunista?” by Alonso S. Perales. (2  copies), Sep. 14, 1954
Item 10: “Servicio especial para ‘La Prensa,’” unsigned two manuscript artricles.
Item 11: “Several leading Mexican-American citizens …” unsigned.
Item 12: “La situación de nuestra niñez escolar del lado occidental de San Antonio,” Alosno S. Perales.
Item 14: “Some Places Where Mexicans Are Discriminated Against in Texas Either by Denying Them Service or Segregating Them from Anglo-Americans,” unsigned. (3 copies)
Item 15: “Spanish Language and Politics in the Frontier States, unsigned.
Item 16: “Speech to Be Delivered by Alonso S. Perales.”
Item 19: “Speech to Be Delivered by Alonso S. Perales, Local Attorney on Station KABC (Hora Nacional).”
Item 20: “Statement Made by Alonso S. Perales, San Antonio Attorney, with Reference to the Spears Anti-Discrimination Bill.” Press release, Apr. 1945
Folder 15: T - W
Item 1: “To the Texas Pan American Round Tables …,” unsigned.
Item 2: “Toma ímpetu la campaña contra las casas de asignación,” unsigned.
Item 3: “Translation of talk to be Mmade by Alonso Perales over KABC on Saturday and Sunday, May 1, 1943.”
Item 4: “Translation of talk to be made by Mr. Alonso S. Perales at 7:15, Sunday, May 9, 1943, over Station KMAC.”
Item 5: Untitled speech. “Ladies and Gentlemen …”
Item 6: “El verdadero origen de la liga de ciudadanos unidos latinoamericanos En defensa de mi raza (101-114) photocopy
Item 7: “Visitantes,” unsigned.
Item 8: “Los votantes del Condado de Hidalgo” unsigned
Item 9: “¡Viva La Prensa – La tribuna de la raza!” Alonso S.  Perales.
Item 10: “Western Hemisphere, Awake!” unsigned.
Item 11: “What Kind Of Education Do Latin-American Citizens Want for Their Children?” By Alonso S. Perales. Speech (3 copies), Jul. 1930 and Mar. 1940
Item 12: “Yo sé la reacción inmediata de ustedes…”
Folder 16: “En defensa de mi Raza” Tomo I
Folder 17: Speech notes and fragments
Folder 18: Loose manuscript pages
Box 14
Folder 6: OVS “Carta abierta importante para la colonia mejicana…” unsigned
Sub-Series 2: Radio Addresses and Interview Transcripts
This subseries contains 2 folders housed in 1 box, and includes the transcripts of Alonso Perales’s radio interviews and the manuscripts of his speeches. The subseries is in need of further research and organization.
Box 8
Folder 19: Radio Addresses and Interviews
Folder 20: Radio Addresses and Interivews
Sub-Series 3: Perales newspaper columns
This subseries contains 46 folders housed in 2 boxes and includes clippings from Alonso S. Perales’s newspaper columns in La Prensa, “Por mi religion” (“For my religion”) and “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos” (“Arquitects of our own destinies”). It also contains typescripts of the articles in various stages of editing. The series is organized chronologically.
Box 8
Folder 21: “Por mi religión”, 1951
Folder 22: “Por mi religión”, Jan.-Mar 1952
Folder 23: “Por mi religión”, Apr-Jun 1952
Folder 24: “Por mi religión”, Jul-Sep 1952
Folder 25: “Por mi religión”, Oct-Dec 1952
Folder 26: “Por mi religión”, Jan-Jun 1953
Folder 27: “Por mi religión”, Jul-Oct 1953
Folder 28: “Por mi religión” (Inc.), 1954-1960
Folder 29-34: “Por mi religión”, undated
Folder 30: “Por mi religión”, undated
Folder 31: “Por mi religión”, undated
Folder 32: “Por mi religión”, undated
Folder 33: “Por mi religión”, undated
Folder 34: “Por mi religión”, undated
Folder 35: “Por mi religión” incomplete
Box 9
Folder 1: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Aug-Dec 1945
Folder 2: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-Mar 1946
Folder 3: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Apr-Jun 1946
Folder 4: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jul-Sep 1946
Folder 5: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Oct-Dec 1946
Folder 6: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-Mar 1947
Folder 7: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Apr-Jun 1947
Folder 8: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jul-Sep 1947
Folder 9: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Oct-Dec 1947
Folder 10: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-May 1948
Folder 11: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jun-Aug 1948
Folder 12: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Sep-Dec 1948
Folder 13: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-May 1949
Folder 14: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jun-Sep 1949
Folder 15: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Oct-Dec 1949
Folder 16: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-Aug 1950
Folder 17: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Sep-Dec 1950
Folder 18: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-Jun 1951
Folder 19: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jul-Oct 1951
Folder 20: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Nov-Dec 1951
Folder 21: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-Jun 1952
Folder 22: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jul-Dec 1952
Folder 23: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, Jan-Apr 1953
Folder 24: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, May-Aug 1953
Folder 25: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, 1954-1959
Folder 26: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, undated
Folder 27: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, undated
Folder 28: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, undated
Folder 29: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, undated
Folder 30: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos”, undated
Folder 31: “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos” incomplete
Series 12: Newspaper Clippings and Saved Articles
This series contains 17 folders housed in 2 boxes. Please note that Box 14 is an oversize box and includes large items from several series. This series includes clippings from Alonso S. Perales’s newspaper columns in La Prensa, “Por mi religion” (“For my religion”) and “Arquitectos de nuestros propios destinos” (“Arquitects of our own destinies”) and other articles authored by Perales. The series also contains full pages of newspapers, notably several newspapers from San Antonio. In addition there’s a collection of clippings from various newspapers saved by Alonso S. Perales and his wife. It is in need of further organization and research.
Box 9
Folder 32: Authored by Perales
Folder 33-43: Miscellaneous
Box 14
Folder 7: OVS LULAC Articles
Folder 8: OVS Perales’s life and work
Folder 9: OVS Authored by Perales
Folder 10: OVS Original Works by other authors
Item 1: Anon. “He was good enough in a turret” The valley evening monitor, Mar. 30, 1944
Item 2: Vento, Adela Sloss de. “Cheap labor does not pay in the logn run,  says writer who tells of problems” Letter to the editor. Valley  evening monitor, Apr. 27, 1947
Item 3: Lucey, Sr. Dr. Roberto E. “Una enérgica acción en pro de Mexicanos”. El Universal: El gran diario de México., May 5, 1954
Item 4: Ramirez, Oswaldo V. “Conflictos obrero-patronales” Editorial Boletín quincenario de la Standard Fruit Company, Jun 1, 1955
Item 5: Ramirez, Oswaldo V. “Ley de organizaciones sindicales” Editorial Boletín quincenario de la Standard Fruit Company, Jun 15, 1955
Item 6: Photocopy of front page of Boletín with handwritten message from Oswaldo V. Ramirez, Jul 1, 1955
Item 7: Albidress, Charles. “La liga de ciudadanos unidos latino-americanos [Unknown source: n.d].
Folder 11: OVS Oversize Newspapers, articles and other clippings
Item 1: Boletín quincenario de la Standard Fruit Company (Editorials of Oswaldo V. Ramirez, friend of Perales), 1 Jun, 15 Jun 1955
Item 2: Corpus Christi Caller, Mar. 18, 1937
Item 3: La convención de los “LULACS” La Prensa, Apr. 7, 1934
Item 4: El Centroamericano, 27 Oct 1937, 30 Oct 1937
Item 5: El Pacífico – Tacna, Chile, Jun 15, 1926, Jun 18, 1926
Item 6: El Universal, 16 Aug 1953
Item 7: Freie presse Für Texas – San Antonio, TX, Feb. 9, 1945
Item 8: The Laredo Times: The Women, Feb. 26, 1956
Item 9: “The Law student: a magazine for Students and Lawyers", Sept 15, Mar 15, 1928
Item 10: La Prensa – San Antonio, TX (Lulac issue), Feb 21 1945, Feb 14, 1991
Item 11: The San Antonio Express (John F. Kennedy memorial issue), Feb 13, 1938; Nov 29, 1963
Item 12: The San Antonio Light, Feb. 14, 16, 17; Mar. 8; Jun 6, 1938, Jun 24, 1990
Item 13: The San Antonio Evening News, Aug 6, 1937, Feb 14, Feb 17,  Feb 18,  Apr 23, May 20, Nov 12, 1938
Item 14: La Voz del Sur, Jun 15, 1926
Item 15: La Voz – Periódico de Acción Católica y Justicia Social, Dec 11, 1959
Item 16: Valley evening Monitor, Nov 17, 1952
Item 17: La Verdad, Dec 28, 1951, Jan 18, 1952
Item 18: “Who was Alonso Perales?” Chicano Times. Vol. 6, No. 62, Feb 14-28, 1975
Series 13: Marta Pérez de Perales Papers
This series contains 9 folders housed in 1 box; it is organized thematically and alphabetically and contains Marta Perales’s personal correspondence and documents. Also included are tax and other financial records. Of particular note is information about Marta Perales’s patent including design sketches. Notably there is a folder devoted to Marta Perales’s father, Casimiro Pérez, which includes his biography, obituary and funeral documents. It contains items dated from 1926-1993.
Box 10
Folder 1: Correspondence Al pueblo de Alice – Colorado Industrial School for Boys
Item 1: Al Pueblo de Alice, undated
Item 2: Albidress, Charles Jr., Jun 2, 1960
Item 3: The American Historical Company, 1960
Item 5: Benítez, Joe, Jun 14, 1974
Item 6: Bentsen, Lloyd, Jun 21, 1979-Dec. 16, 1980
Item 7: Bernstein, Frances, Jan. 27, 1967-Apr. 18, 1967
Item 8: Bonilla, Rubén, Riusech, undated
Item 9: Buehler, Walter J., May 12, 1960
Item 10: Canales, J. T. (also see LULAC), Jun 23, 1960-May 23, 1961
Item 11: Castañeda, Carlos, May 11, 1960
Item 12: Ceniceros, Joseph F., Jan. 12, 1971
Item 13: Clements, William P., Governor of Texas, Jun 10- 24, 1980
Item 14: Cisneros, Henry G., Mar. 12, 1979
Item 15: Chavarría, Elvira, May 26, 1981
Item 16: Colorado Industrial School for Boys, Feb. 18, 1957
Folder 2: Correspondence Dean - Gutiérrez
Item 1: Dean, Paul, Apr. 25, 1964
Item 2: Delgado, Medar L., Jul 28, 1971
Item 3: Down Town LULAC Council No. 363, Nov. 12, 1962?-Nov. 12, 1963
Item 4: Editor, Express Publishing (3 copies), Feb. 16, 1957
Item 5: Eisenhower, Mamie, Feb. 27, 1957
Item 6: Elie _____, sister, Jul 29, 1932
Item 7: Ellis, Wm. L., Jan. 24, 1963-Feb. 28, 1963
Item 8: Embajador República de Nicaragua (2 letters), Jul 20, 1970
Item 9: Estela, sister, Oct. 5, 1953
Item 10: Flores, P.F., Sep. 27, 1984
Item 11: Galván, Edmund, Jan 24, 1949
Item 12: García, Mario T., May 5, 1982
Item 13: Gentlemen, Jan. 29, 1953
Item 14: Gonzales, Henry B., Jun 13, 1973-Sep. 3, 1984
Item 15: Grant, Davis, Sep 25, 1962
Item 16: Gutiérrez, Margo (Also see Committee 100), Nov. 5, 1988
Folder 3: Correspondence Hale - Pulido
Item 1: Hale Jr., Chas L., Jan 21, 1963
Item 2: Heard, J. A., Apr. 19, 1966
Item 3: Herrera, Ismael, May 16, 1960
Item 4: Hischfield Aldama, Julio, Jul 27, 1961
Item 5: Flores, Patrick, Sep. 27, 1984 and undated
Item 6: Jadot, Jean, May 27, 1979
Item 7: Kennedy, Edward M., undated
Item 8: Kilgore, d. E., May 17, 1970
Item 9: Klien, Lester L., to Manuel Bernal, Nov. 23, 1970
Item 10: Koebke, Albert, telegram, May 10, 1960
Item 11: LaBrum, Harry, May 24, 1965
Item 13: Limón, José, Aug. 29-Oct. 10, 1972
Item 14: Littlefield, Martin, Vantage Press, Jan. 8, 1972
Item 16: María Jesús _____, Nov. 29, 1953
Item 17: Martel Adeler, Erik Ignacio, Aug 17, 1977
Item 18: Martínez, Valdés, Felipe Polo, Dec. 6, 1962
Item 20: Mitchell, Carolyn L., Dec. 30, 1970
Item 21: MonteMayor, Sister María Isabel, May 10, 1960
Item 22: Mother’s Day cards (many from her two children).
Item 23: Muy respetable señor, no addressee, Jul. 21, 1993
Item 24: Nanín, May 10, 1960
Item 26: Olga, May 10, 1960
Item 27: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel, undated
Item 28: Perales, Alonso S., Aug. 16-18, 1953
Item 29: Pérez, “El Bandito,” (Mrs. Perales’ brother, Oct. 16, 1977
Item 30: Pérez, Hilda and Lola, Aug. 27, 1926
Item 31: Pérez Carlos, Amelia, May 11, 1960
Item 33: Pulido, Guillermo, Oct 2, 1991
Folder 4: Correspondence Quekmeyer - Stanford
Item 1: Quekmeyer, J. G., Jul. 7, 1925
Item 2: Rabb, Maxwell M., Mar. 6, 1957
Item 3: Ramírez, Andrés, telegram, May 10, 1960
Item 4: Riusech, Rev. Jose P., May 11, 1960
Item 5: Roane, Aline C., Jul. 2, 1965
Item 6: Rowan, John A., Mar 20, 1964
Item 8: Sánchez, George I., undated
Item 9: Sheen, Fulton J., Oct. 10, 1975
Item 10: Smallwood, Ronald, May 21, 1960-Mar. 10, 1961
Item 11: Sociedad E.V. C., undated
Item 12: Soelberg, G. F. (2 copies), Feb. 25, 1957
Item 13: Stanford, John W., Mar. 29, 1966
Folder 5: Correspondence Tate - Watts
Item 1: Tate, Robert S., May 13, 1960
Item 3: Toadhue, Anne, May 1, 1930
Item 4: Tobias, Donna R., Jan. 18, 1979-Aug. 14, 1979
Item 5: Toraldin, telegram, May 14, 1960
Item 6: Torres C., Sara, May 14, 1960
Item 7: Treviño, Fortino (also see Alonso S. Perales Correspondence), Oct. 7, 1940 Dec 15, 1970
Item 8: United States Department of State, Jul. 20-21, 1970
Item 9: United States Patent office, Apr. 12, 1952
Item 10: Vento, Adela S., Apr 20, 1962-Nov. 5, 1988
Item 11: Vento, Arnoldo (also see Alonso Perales correspondence), Feb. 19, 1973-Oct. 25, 1988
Item 13: Walch, Ofelia, undated
Item 14: Walker, Ann, Mar. 9, 1962
Item 15: Watts, Frances H., May 10, 1960
Folder 6: Manuscripts, typescripts, Patent information and honors
Folder 7: Religious and leisure interests
Folder 8: Financial, insurance and other legal documents
Folder 9: Casimiro Pérez Álvarez
Item 1: Eulogy
Item 2: Biography
Item 3: Correspondence
Item 4: Personal medical documents
Series 14: Original Works by other individuals
This series contains 11 folders housed in 1 box and organized alphabetically by title. It contains essays, speeches and editorials authored by other individuals, including many noted Civil Rights activists of the time including Adela Sloss de Vento, Carlos Castañeda and Manuel Pacheco Moreno and more. Also included are biographies of Alonso Perales authored by his friends and colleagues.
Box 10
Folder 10: A - B
Item 1: “A guisa de prólogo,” unsigned prologue by an unknown author (perhaps C. Castañeda) for a book by Perales.
Item 2: “A la muy amada memoria,del Sr. Don Francisco Pérez,” by Melesio Pérez.
Item 3: "A propósito de la condecoración ‘Aguila Azteca” …”, by C. K. Quin
Item 4: "A los ciudadanos del Condado Hidalgo,” by Joe Alamía
Item 5: “Acróstico,” by Jos@ Lorenzo Avila.
Item 6: “All Americans,” Olivia Pérez.
Item 7: “All Chips Off the Same Block Farmer Points Out,” Olivia  Pérez
Item 8: “All Kinds of People.” By Mrs. Santos V. Lozano
Item 9: “Alonso S. Perales,” by Gilberto M. Hinojosa.
Item 10: “Alonso S. Perales …” by Adela Sloss Vento.
Item 11: “Alonso S. Perales,” unsigned.
Item 12: “Alonso S. Perales. Born …” (2 copies)
Item 13: “Alonso S. Perales Precursor and Founder of LULAC,” by Adela Sloss Vento. (a draft and a final.)
Item 14: “Ambassador Bonsal’s call on the president of Cuba”, Oct.  27, 1959
Item 15: Ambassador’s Edwards’ Speech ….”
Item 16: “Antecedentes de Alonso S. Perales.”
Item 18: “Better Schools Committee.”, Mar. 24, 1948
Item 19: “Biography of Alonso S. Perales.”
Item 20: “The Bounds of Church and State in Education,” by Carlos  Castañeda
Folder 11: C - E
Item 1: “Cachorros de León y Aguiluchos de Anahuac en Tierras de Texas,” by Carlos Castañeda.
Item 3: “Los centros de vicio en los barrios latinoamericanos,” by Adela S. Vento.
Item 4: “Cheap Labor Does Not Pay in the Long Run,” by Mrs. A. S. Vento.
Item 6: “The Circus Perales of San Antonio,” by the Committee. (3  copies)
Item 7: “Comentarios acerca de la obra ‘En defensa de mi raza,’ "  unsigned.
Item 8: “The Constitution,” by L. G. Meza.
Item 9: “Crucial Education Issues,” by Edward Eyring et al.
Item 10: “Debemos ser americanos,” by Marta Pérez Perales.
Item 11: "En defensa de mi raza,” review by Carlos Castañeda
Item 12: “Discriminación al latinoamericano,” by F. A. Hernández.
Item 13: "Discriminación. Donde Radica el Mal." by M. A. Urbina
Item 14: “Discrimination,” by Valdemar González.
Item 15: “Discrimination Here Shouts Visiting Valley Teacher,” by Ava I. Humphreys.
Item 16: “Discrimination Smacks of Nazis, Firemen Write,” Refugio Reyes. (2 copies)
Item 17: “Discurso del Presidente Coolidge …”
Item 18: “En voz alta,” by José Luz Saenz
Item 19: “Era una trade …” (story) by Marta Pérez Perales.
Item 20: “España rinde homenaje al Lic. Alonso S. Perales,” by Melesio Pérez (2 copies), Apr. 1952
Folder 12: F - I
Item 1: "Facts of the Record of the Citizens That are Held by Suspicion in the Dobbs Brothers' Murder Case" By Adela Sloss
Item 2: “Fair Employment Practice Committee: Speeches of Hon. William L. Dawson of Illinois in the House of Representatives May 26 and Jun 15, 1944”, 1944
Item 3: “Falsos apóstoles y malos políticos,” by Carlos Basanez Rocha. (2 copies)
Item 4: “Felicitaciones para el Lic. Alonso S. Perales,” various authors.
Item 5: “The following is a report to the president by Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower on United States-Latin American relations”, Dec 27. 1958
Item 6: […“The following taken from “Album de la Raza”…] Perales biography, Jan 15. 1954
Item 7: “González Texas Hero, But Not About Self,” by Graham Hovey.
Item 8: “He Was Good Enough in a Turret.”
Item 9: Henry B. González Television program script
Item 10: “Here’s Why, Mr. Strickland.”
Item 11: “Himno nacional mexicana” by Manuel Pacheco Moreno
Item 12: “Homenaje,” by Gilberto Díaz.
Item 13: “Honorable Alonso s. Perales,” by Luis Alvarado, Sr.
Item 14: “The Hope of Freemen,” by Carlos E. Castañeda.
Item 15: “Human events: The Texas Story” by Willis Ballinger
Item 16: “I have been requested …,” by José S. Garza Ramírez.
Item 17: “Individual Freedom, Social Justice and Peace,” (first page only), by Carlos Castañeda.
Item 18: "Interesante conferencia sustentó el culto Lic. Manuel Pacheco Moreno
Item 19: “An Invocation to Man.”
Folder 13: J - L
Item 1: "Los juguetes de Tehuantepec” by Andrés Hinostrosa, 1905
Item 2: “Just Who Is Discriminating against Whom, Asks Writer,” by Bean O. Jameton.
Item 3: “Justa distinción al Dr. Carlos Castañeda,” by Manuel Pacheco Moreno,” by Manuel Pacheco Moreno. (2 copies).
Item 4: “La labor cristiana del Sr. Lic. Alonso S. Perales,” by Paulino E. Rubio.
Item 5: “Labor Troubles, Chaotic World Memorial to FDR,” by an Anglo-American.
Item 6: “The Language Barrier in Bilingual Schools,” by Theodore J. Brenner, S. M.
Item 7: "Los latinoamericanos son leales"
Item 8: “Lic. Alonso s. Perales.”
Item 9: “El Lic. Alsonso S. Perales, Nació …”
Item 11: “Liderismo colectivo.”
Item 12: “Literatura mexicana,” Manuel M. Flores.
Item 13: “Los ‘mitos’ de Francisco de la Maza,” by Alfonso Méndez Plancarte.
Item 14: “Luis y Engracia,” by Marta Pérez Perales
Folder 14: M - O
Item 1: “The man we honor”
Item 2: “Memorandum re Alonso S. Perales.”
Item 3: "Los mexicanos las prefieren gordas” by Salvador Novo, 1904
Item 4: "Mi opinión acerca del libro En defensa de mi raza,” by José de Luz Saenz
Item 5: “A must in new books” Unknown
Item 7: “Native Latin American Contribution to the Colonization and Independence of Texas,” by Eugene C. Barker.
Item 9: “Oil on Troubled Water.”
Item 10: “Opera.”
Item 11: “Our Own Backyard,” by Jimmy Haynes.
Item 12: “Our Personal Relations with Mexicans,” by Malcom G. Ross.
Folder 15: P - Q
Item 1: “Palabras de Arutro Arnáiz y Freg …”
Item 2: "El paladín de la raza Lic. Alonso S. Perales fue condecorado,” by Benjamín F. Cuéllar, Sr
Item 3: “Paper Presented by Lic. Roberto Molina Pasquel ….”
Item 4: “Perales, Alonso S., Lawyer …”
Item 6: “The port of New York” by James A. Farley, Coca Cola Export company Chairman, Mar 20, 1945
Item 7: "Power at the Polls"
Item 8: “Price of Education,” by Valdemar González.
Item 9: “Program de 15 minutos … Srs. Olivares Perales y Rodríguez.”
Item 10: “Protests to Continue until Discrimination Is Ended,” by Santos V. Lozano.
Item 11: “Public Housing” May 1948
Item 12: “Questions to be Asked Mr. Perales.”
Item 13: “Quit Griping and Try to Get Along, Latin Youth Advises Nation of Nations,” by Martha Z. Williams.
Folder 16: Assorted poems and lyrics
Folder 17: R - Sp
Item 1: “Race Issue Arouses Ire of Mexicans,” by Curtis Vinson.
Item 2: “Racial Discrimination,” by José Luz Saenz.
Item 3: “Racial Discrimination Charged in Comal Co.”
Item 4: “The recently published “Are we good neighbors” by a successful San Antonio Lawyer …” by Deming, Ted.
Item 5: “Regulations in regard to lost, stolen, destroyed, mutilated, and defaced United States bonds and nots” by A. W. Mellon
Item 6: "Representacion Latioamericana en el Gobierno"
Item 7: "Respetables damas y caballeros …” by Jim Bates
Item 8: "Review of Books: 'Are We Good Neighbors?'" by Thomas Bledsoe
Item 9: “Tinde Homenaje al Lic. Alonso S. Perales.”
Item 10: “The Second Rate Citizen and Democracy,” draft by Carlos Castañeda.
Item 11: “The Seed Is Still Alive.”
Item 12: “The Segregation Problem: Latin-Americans Must Help, Too,” by Pat Galván.
Item 13: “Sic Transit Glorias Mundi,” by Paulino S. Rubio.
Item 14: “La Sociedad LULAC,” by Mrs. Santos V. Lozano.
Item 15: “Solución al problema,” by Amado Vera, Jr.
Item 16: “Some places where Mexicans are discrimated against in Texas…”
Item 17: “Some recent incidents which clearly indicate the need of adopting corrective measures”
Item 18: “The Spanish Speaking People in the United States,” by Rev. John J. Birch.
Item 19: Speech of Senator Dennis Chávez of New Mexico at the Convention of LULACS on Jun 4, 1838, at El Paso, Texas”
Folder 18: St
Item 1: “Statement of the Problem of Segregation,” by John L. McMahon.
Item 2: “Statement of William R. Sinkin …”
Item 3: “The Struggle of a Brave People,” by Adela S. Vento. (2 copies)
Item 4: “Statement of Ernesto Galarza, Labor Section, Pan American Union,” transcript of testimony to a Congressional committee?
Item 5: “A Study of the Educational Opportunities Provided Spanish-Name Children in Ten Texas School Systems,” by Virgil E. Strickland and George I. Sánchez.
Folder 19: T - Z
Item 1: “Ten Races Get Along,” by Pfc. Joseph V. Delgado Jr.
Item 2: “Texas, en el año 1916 …” fragment, by Kelley et al.
Item 3: "Texto del Proyecto de Ley Num. 68 conocido también con el nombre de Proyecto de Ley del Buen Vecino
Item 4: “Their Best Friends.”
Item 5: “The Triumph of a Lawyer of Our Race.”
Item 6: “To Our Guests …” unsigned, Jun 7, 1959
Item 7: “To the list of recent publications dealing with discrimination…” (Praise for Perales’s Are we good neighbors? ) by Bledsoe, Thomas, and Andrew Fraley
Item 8: “Treaties of the Republic of Texas with other governments” by Leonara Sayera-Walker
Item 9: “Two men Fined after Gulty Plea to Assault Charge.”
Item 10: “Valley race Disicriminaion Appalling and Shameful,” by Wayne Thomas.
Item 11: “Vargas, Long a friend of United States, guides Brazil at War” by Office of the Coordinator of inter-american affairs press division.
Item 12: “We Have in San Antonio a young lawyer …”, Jan. 15, 1934
Item 13: “What Is the Fifth Column?” by C. E. Troutz.
Item 14: “What Our Sons Fought For …,” by Laureano Flores.
Item 15: “Who Set the Community’s Social pattern?” By rev. John J. Birch.
Item 16: “What Would Our Grwers Do without Wetback Labor?” by Valdemar González.
Item 17: “The Wishes of God,” by Goerge Esqueda.
Item 18: “A Word for Mexico,” by Mrs. Santos V. Lozano.
Item 19: “World law or world anarchy” by W. T. Holliday (from Texas Law Review Oct 1948)
Item 20: “Your Mind in Action, by Fred A. Moss.
Folder 20: Untitled Manuscripts
Item 1: Item 1. Unsigned, untitled essay, missing first three pages.
Item 2: Untitled (Title May Be “The Problem as Seen by Others”) partial book manuscript, with essays by various authors, including Carlos Casteñeda, José de la Luz Saenz, Barnes, etc., pages  1-3, 12-15, 19-37, 49-61, 77-130.
Item 3: Untitled manuscript in Spanish, a collection of essays and reports to be published together in book form, possibly a draft for En defensa de mi raza, Vol. I
Series 15: Periodicals and Publications
This series contains 55 folders housed in 2 boxes. These are periodicals and publications from Alonso S. Perales and Marta Perales’s personal library, and range in date from 1923 – 1976.
Box 10
Folder 21: Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios. Monterrey, 1950
Item 1: Lozano, José. “El comercio en Centro América” Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Feb. 1950
Item 2: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel. “Medio siglo en la forja.” Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Feb. 1950
Item 3: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel. “El banco de México y el patrimonio de la nación” Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Dec. 1950
Folder 22: Actividad: Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios. Monterrey, 1952-1956
Item 1: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel. “Ante un deber nacional que cumplir.”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Dec. 1955
Item 2: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel. “A propósito del 12 de diciembre México y la libertad” Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Mar. 1956
Item 3: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel. “El espíritu de México en “Fort Worth” y Dallas”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Jan. 1956
Folder 23: Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios. Monterrey, 1957-1958
Item 1: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “La independencia norteamericana – 4 de Julio de 1776 –”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Aug. 1958
Item 2: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “Archivos y colecciones mexicanas Centro y Sud americanas en Texas.”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Dec. 1957
Item 3: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “Las calaveras de San Antonio, Texas. ”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Nov 10, 1957
Item 4: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “Constituciones de México.”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Jun. 1957
Item 5: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “Vida cultural México – Estados Unidos. ”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, May 1957
Item 6: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “Generación de abogados 1929-1933 XXV Aniversario ”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Dec. 1958
Folder 24: Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios. Monterrey, 1959-1960
Item 1: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “El puerto de Tampico, Tamaulipas. – Datos históricos --”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Apr. 1960
Item 2: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “Lincoln y los derechos del trabajador.”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Oct. 1959
Item 3: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel “ Heroinas de la independencia. ”Actividad Revista Mensual para el hombre de negocios, Jan. 1959
Folder 25: Alma Latina. San Antonio, Texas, Apr. 1932
Item 1: Gonzales, M. C. “The future of our League depends on how seriously we conduct it’s Business” Alma Latina Vol. 1 No. 3
Item 2: Perales Biography, translation to Spanish from “Who’s who of the American Electoral Mission in Nicaragua.” Alma Latina Vol. 1 No. 3
Folder 26: “Jack Danciger, precursor de la devolución de las banderas a México” Almanaque. Inter-Nos, 1951
Folder 27: Azul.  Nicaragua (Issue about Anastacio Somoza’s  assasination. Azul. 1956 ), Oct 1956; Mar-Apr 1957
Folder 28: Boletín (The Municipal Digest of the Americas)  La Habana, Cuba, Jun 1944, Aug 1944
Folder 29: Boletín Hacendario de Nicaragua, Nov-Dec 1952
Folder 30: La Calavera. San Antonio, Texas, 1942, 1945, 1949
Item 1: Calavera Poem honoring Alonso S. Perales. La Calavera, Nov. 1942
Item 2: Calavera Poem honoring Manuel Pacheco Moreno. La Calavera, Nov 1945
Item 3: Calavera Poem honoring Ignacio E. Lozano. La Calavera, Nov 1945
Item 4: Calavera Poems honoring Jesús and Netty Rodriguez, with photos. La
Item 5: Calavera, Nov. 1945
Item 6: Calavera Poem honoring Alonso S. Perales. La Calavera, Nov.  1945
Item 7: Calavera Poem honoring Manuel Pacheco Moreno La Calavera, Nov 1949
Item 8: Calavera Poem honoring Ignacio E. Lozano. La Calavera, Nov 1949
Item 9: Calavera Poems honoring Jesús and Netty Rodriguez. La Calavera, Nov. 1949
Item 10: Calavera Poem honoring Alonso S. Perales. La Calavera, Nov. 1949
Folder 31: Cifras y comentarios. Managua, Nicaragua, 1959
Folder 32: Comercio Internacional. Organo Oficial de la Asociación de Importadores de la República Mexicana, Oct 1954
Folder 33: “Prominent Texas attorney secures further honors” Commerce and Industry Magazine New York, Nov 1934
Folder 34: Cultura Bíblica. Madrid, Dec 1949, Jan. 1950, Mar 1950
Folder 35: El Desarrollo Económico Nicaraguense. Managua, Nicaragua, Aug 1954
Folder 36: El Economista. Organo del Instituto de Estudios Económicos y Sociales. Mexico (2 copies), Mar 1939
Box 11
Folder 1: The Emancipator.  San Antonio, Texas, Jun 1950
Folder 2: Erial. Organo de Difusión Cultural de Guardias Presidenciales. México, Sep 1944
Item 1: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel. “Eisenhower: El soldado que renunció a la gloria” Erial. Organo de Difusión Cultural de Guardias Presidenciales. México, Sep 1944
Item 2: Pacheco Moreno, Manuel. “Los oficiales de estado mayor y su labor.” Erial. Organo de Difusión Cultural de Guardias Presidenciales. México, Sep 1944
Folder 3: Estadística. Nicaragua, Sep 1944 Dec 1944
Folder 4: El Faro. Panamá, Colón, Aug-Sep 1952
Folder 5: La Familia. México, Jun 1944
Folder 6: Fraternidad. Organo del Comité Mexicano contra el Racismo. México, D. F., Aug 1944, Sep 1944, Dec 1944, Feb. 1945, Jun 1945, Sep 1945, Jan. and Feb.
Item 1: Perales, Alonso S. “Roosevelt desea que no haya discrimación alguna” Fraternidad. Organo del Comité Mexicano contra el Racismo, Sep 1, 1944
Item 2: “Proyecto Aprobado” Organo del Comité Mexicano contra el Racismo (See also Comité contra el racismo), Mar 1, 1945
Item 3: “Actividades del comité” Organo del Comité Mexicano contra el Racismo (See also Comité contra el racismo), Mar 1, 1945
Item 4: “The Facts about job discrimination” Fraternidad. Organo del Comité Mexicano contra el Racismo, Sep 1, 1945
Folder 7: Nicaragua Indígena. Organo del Instituto Indigenista Nacional. Managua, Nicaragua, Oct-Dec 1955, Jan-Jun 1957
Folder 8: Nuevos Rumbos. Nicaragua, Aug 1956
Folder 9: Overseas Graphic. Detroit, Michigan.
Folder 10: Pan-American. San Antonio, Texas, Dec 1928
Item 1: “Statement of Alonso S. Perales on the recent school board elections” The Pan American Magazine. Panamá. Dec 1928. Vol.1 No. 2
Folder 11: Secretaria Privada de la Presidencia de la republica de Nicaragua. Departmento de Informacion. Boletin No. 6. Managua, D. N., Jun 1948
Folder 12: The Pan American Magazine. Panamá, Colón, Dec 1928
Folder 13: Raíz. España en América. La Habana, Jan.-Feb. 1949
Folder 14: Revista Comercial de Nicaragua. Una revista para el Comercio y la Produccion. Nicaragua *move to Nicaragua section*, Oct 1942
Folder 15: Revista de Filosofia. Madrid, Jul-Sep 1949
Folder 16: Revista Latino-Americana. Mission, Texas, May, 1951. Apr 1952, Aug 1952, Dec 1952, May 1953
Item 1: Perales, Alonso S. “Está en peligro de fracasar el proyecto de Ley antidiscriminatorio” Revista Latino-Americana, May 1951
Item 2: Luz Saenz, J. “¿Qué pasa con nuestros hombres?” Revista Latino- Americana, May 1951
Item 3: The entire issue is devoted to Alonso S. Perales alter he received the Medal of Civil Merit from Spain, it includes articles by J. Luz Saenz, Adela S. de Vento, Gilberto Díaz
Item 4: Revista Latino-Americana, Apr. 1952
Item 5: Perales, Alonso S. “Preparación para un hogar feliz” Revista Latino-Americana, Aug. 1952
Item 6: “San Antonio de Bejar” (dedicated to Alonso Perales) Revista Latino-Americana, Aug. 1952
Item 7: “Otra honrosa distinción concedida al Lic. Don Alonso S. Perales” Revista Latino-Americana, Dec. 1952
Item 8: J.T. Canales issue. Revista Latino-Americana, May 1953
Item 9: Perales, Alonso S. “Nuestra evolución general.” Revista Latino- Americana, May 1953
Item 10: Díaz, Gilberto. “In memoriam: J Luz Saenz.” Revista Latino- Americana, May 1953
Folder 17: Revista Trimestral del Banco Nacional de Nicaragua, Jul-Sep/Oct-Dec 1947
Folder 18: Saludos. Revista de Buena Voluntad. New York, Apr. 1948
Folder 19: Speakers Magazine, Dec. 1950
Folder 20: Southwest Review (Contains a review of Are we Good Neighbors? by Alonso S. Perales), Spring 1949
Folder 21: Telegráfos. Revista Mensual Literaria Gráfica Social. Managua, Nicaragua, Apr 1943
Folder 22: Las Tremendas Calaveras. Suplemento Annual de la revista Cultural  “Cosmos”. San Antonio, Texas, Nov 1976
Folder 23: “El Lic. José T. Canales” La Verdad. Falfurrias, Tx, Jun 1935
Folder 24: Vida del Alma. México, D. F., Mar 1958
Folder 25: 1959 Vernon’s Texas Session Law Service 56th Legislature Regular Session. Laws 1959. Chapters 92-146, No. 3, April 27-May 7, 1959
Folder 26: Texas Bar Journal. Vol. 20 No.6, Jun 22, 1957
Folder 27: Case and Comment: The Lawyer’s magazine. Vol. 67, No. 2, Mar-April 1962
Folder 28: Central America and Mexico. Volume 1, No. 1-3, Jan, Apr, Nov 1953
Item 1: Cuadra, Pablo Antonio. “Robinson Crusoe… The adventurer and  the Conquistador: Notes for the study of Nicaraguan character.” Central America and Mexico. Volume 1, No. 1, Jan 1953
Item 2: Figueres, José. “Point four… A Latin American view.” Central America and Mexico. Volume 1, No. 2, Apr 1953
Item 3: Danciger, Jack. “A few thoughts about discrimination” Central  America and Mexico. Volume 1, No. 3, Nov 1953
Item 4: Castañeda, Carlos E. “Pan Americanism and world peace.”  Central America and Mexico. Volume 1, No. 3, Nov 1953
Folder 29: La Gaceta: Diario oficial. Managua, Nicaragua, 1928, 1947, 1950
Folder 30: La Gaceta: Diario oficial. Managua, Nicaragua No. 173-186, 1956
Folder 31: La Gaceta: Diario oficial. Managua, Nicaragua No. 187-197, 1956
Folder 32: Minute Man. Vol 4. No. 4, Oct 1, 1944
Folder 33: The Department of State bulletin. Vol. XVII. No. 440, Dec 7, 1947
Folder 34: Federal textbook on Citizenship: Our constitution and government, a home  study course. United States Government Printing office: Washington D.C., 1943
Folder 35: National Geographic. Vol. LVII. No. 5, May, 1930
Folder 36: Commission of inquiry and conciliation Bolivia and Paraguay, Mar. 13, 1929
Folder 37: The commonwealth: A forum for creation of public opinión. Vol. 5, No. 11, Nov. 1939
Folder 38: Pan American Union Publications
Item 1: Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Feb. 1923
Item 2: Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Mar. 1923
Item 3: Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Feb 1937
Item 4: Coffee. Pan American Union, 1952
Box 14
Folder 12: OVS Maverick, Maury. “Army Day Proclamation: Apr. 6, 1940 by the City of San Antonio”
Series 16: Scrapbooks
This series contains 7 folders housed in 1 box and is organized thematically with dates ranging from 1918 – 1977.  The scrapbooks in this collection feature newspaper clippings related to Alonso S. Perales’s life, photographs, stamps and newspaper items and documents relating to Perales’s religious interests.
Box 12
Folder 1: Scrapbook, green, 1952
Folder 2: Scrapbook, white , Newspaper clippings, 1918-1952
Folder 3: Stamp Collection, red
Folder 4: Scrapbook, green, 1926-1979
Folder 5: Scrapbook, beach scene, 1960-1977
Folder 6: Scrapbook, red - religious items
Folder 7: Scrapbook, boat image, 1932-1952
Series 17: Artifacts
This series contains 5 artifacts housed in 1 box. It includes notable items saved by Alonso S. Perales, including Perales’s American Legion hat and Knights of Columbus Sash.
Box 13
Folder 1: Recording disk: Piano Solo
Folder 2: Recording disk: Disco sin grabar
Folder 3: Signature Stamp: Alonso S. Perales
Folder 4: American Legion Hat and Knights of Columbus Sash and gloves

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