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  • Tags: Liga de Ciudadanos Latinoamericanos Unida

A draft copy of the constitution for the United Latin Americans Citizens organization, later to become the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). ca. 1929

Newspaper clipping announcing a meeting of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in Alice, Texas. Congressman John N. Garner secured a US flag that flew over the capitol building in Washington, DC to donate the league.

Snapshot photograph of Alonso S. Perales with José de la Luz Sáenz, Mexican American teacher, activist, and early leader in The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).

Letter from Fernando Riojas García to Alonso S. Perales regarding the defeat of anti-discriminatory state bill proposed by Senator J. Franklin Spears and the need to focus on an alliance of Latinos.

Letter from Alonso S. Perales to L.A.Woods. The letter is in regard to the Honda School Boards demotion of Latin American school children demoted from the fifth grade to the fourth grade to prevent the childrens eligibility into the main school.

Letter to Hon J.T. Canales from [Perales, Alonso S.] regarding L.U.L.A.C's San Antonio Convention. The letter includes a list of Council member names and their respective officers from 39 different LULAC Councils.

Letter from Antonia Gómez to Alonso S. Perales expressing her joy upon being named president of the new Del Rio, Texas chapter of the LULAC Ladies' Auxiliary and asking if he can send her literature.

Letter to President [Manual Gonzales] from Alonso S. Perales regarding his activities for L.U.L.A.C.
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