Maria Teresa Rabago Papers 1980-2010 1993-2002


Maria Teresa Rabago Papers AR. 2011. 027., 1980-2010, 1993-2002

Maria Teresa Rabago Papers 1980-2010 1993-2002

The Maria Teresa Rabago Papers primarily document Rabago's involvement with civic, political and religious organizations in the Austin area, and the positions of responsibility she served within them. The papers capture Rabago's role in contributing to the Hispanic community's development both in Austin and at the state level, from the 1980s up to her death in 2010. A small amount of personal material is included.



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