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    San Fernando Valley State College (SFVSC, now CSUN) Homecoming Queens, 1957-1963. Dorena Knepper Collection.

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    Blandina (Guerrero) Rodriguez belonged to the Produce Drivers and Employees Union, Local 630 of Los Angeles, California. The receipt shows that Rodriguez paid $3.50 in dues. Originally from Mexico, the Rodriguez family moved to Los Angeles, California around 1922 after many years in Arizona. Felipe and Blandina (Guerrero) Rodriguez Family Papers.

    In this letter, Cesar Chavez thanks Julian Nava for writing a letter to Congressman Barry Morris Goldwater, Jr. during his campaign for the Los Angeles Board of Education. Julian Nava, a graduate of Pomona College, was one of the first Mexican-American doctoral students at Harvard University. He went on to have a distinguished career as professor of history at California State University, Northridge, and served as United States Ambassador to Mexico from 1980 to 1981. Julian Nava Collection.

    This sign was posted at the Burbank City Hall Tower (275 E. Olive) during the Korean War. The sign identifies the code name and number of the Burbank post for staff members to use in case of an air raid. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

    A letter to Judge Julian Beck from the staff of Governor Edmund G. (Pat) Brown thanking him for his gift of turkeys, hams, scotch and bourbon on Thanksgiving, dated November 30, 1959. Judge Julian Beck Collection.

    "Propoganda Kit." Exposed by National Americanism Committee Disabled American Veterans. Brochure, New York, ca. 1939. from Cal State Northridge's "In our own backyard" digital exhibit

    Antonio Regalado Calvo (1900-1973) and Maria de la Luz Mendez Calvo (1896-1982) were immigrants from Sonora, Mexico. Luz was born on September 18, 1896 and was baptized on September 25, 1896 in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Both Antonio and Luz moved north during the Mexican Revolution. Married in 1926, they had four children and were active in the Santa Rosa parish in San Fernando. Antonio and Luz (Mendez) Calvo Family Collection.