Ruben Salazar papers
The Ruben Salazar papers include personal and professional materials that document the late journalist's life from his birth in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, in 1928, to his 1970 death in Los Angeles during the National Chicano Moratorium march in East Los Angeles. The collection contains photographs and correspondence, clippings and draft manuscripts of stories, and cards and letters from his supporters, awards and realia.
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42.35 Linear Feet (40 boxes, 1 oversize folder, and 1 briefcase)
Language of Materials
Many of the box-level descriptive records under this finding aid were titled using post-it note labels stuck to the outside of each box. Descriptive records for boxes that did not have labels are titled with contents summarized in brackets.
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- 2022 January: Finding aid revised by Bo Doub: re-housed collection material, updated collection extent, and created minimally described box-level records.
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