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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

Original Works by other individuals

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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 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…”

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[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],
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