Dan Guerrero Collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts, 1972-2002.

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Guerrero, Dan. Dan Guerrero Collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts, 1972-2002.

Dan Guerrero Collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts, 1972-2002.

The collection includes both video tapes of selected programming, scripts, publicity items and programs relating to the Latino community, photographs relative to Mexican art and culture, transcripts of interviews with various members of the Latino entertainment industry, and a significant amount of correspondence, audio tapes, color slides and other items concerning his close friend, the late Carlos Almaraz, a veteran Chicano artist.

14 linear ft. (6 document boxes and 113 audio and video tapes)

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