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					                                           Dolores Huerta Papers
                                                  1970-1995

                                             32 linear feet (32 SB)
                                                                                  Accession #1861

The Dolores Huerta Collection was deposited into the Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs in installments from
1978 to 2000.

Dolores was born Dolores Clara Fernandez on April 10, 1930 in the mining town of Dawson, in northern New
Mexico.

Dolores Huerta has been championing the rights of farm workers and Latinos. “It’s in my blood,” she has often
said. Indeed, her father, Juan Fernandez was a miner, field worker and union activist. And her mother, Alicia
Chavez, was a community activist in Stockton, California. Dolores learned as a child from the activist
community that nurtured her that action causes change. As a college student in the 1950s, Huerta spent more
time attending political rallies than focusing on her studies.

As a young teacher her experiences in classrooms filled with hungry children of migrant farm workers led her to
believe that an even greater need was organizing farm workers. After this brief teaching stint her life’s course
was set. Huerta remembered her teaching experience this way, “I know this sounds weak, but the job was just
too much for me. I couldn’t stand seeing the children coming to school barefoot, so hungry, so poor.”

Dolores first met Cesar Chavez in the late 1950s while organizing farm workers under the name of the
Agricultural Workers Association. In 1962 Huerta and Chavez founded the National Farm Workers
Association in Delano, California, and by 1965 membership had risen to 1200 member families, mostly Latino.
During the next ten years Huerta directed the grape, lettuce, and Gallo wine boycotts which led to the enactment
of the first state legislation protecting farm workers right to organize. This California law was called the
California Agricultural Labor Relations Act (CALRA) and was passed in 1975.

La Causa (the farm workers’ cause) came first, even during pregnancies. Huerta was often seen nursing babies
during breaks in contract negotiations and organizing meetings. Her eleven children admit that there were a lot
of sacrifices along the way. While Dolores was organizing farm workers, her children would stay with friends
and relatives, and in many instances lived on donated food and clothing. For her efforts and struggles during
those years Huerta was earning between $5 and $35 a week.

In 2002, Huerta founded the Dolores Huerta Foundation—a community self-help based organization designed
to educate individuals who live in poor and working class areas. She is currently serving as president and
continues to dedicate most of her time community organizing in under-represented areas in California.

Today, Dolores Huerta continues to place La Causa first. She remains a boundlessly energetic and charismatic
leader for the United Farm Workers union as an executive board member, union negotiator and lecturer. In
addition, Huerta has been honored with numerous awards across the country for her work as an advocate for the
rights of women, immigrants and people of color.
        Subjects
        AFL-CIO
        Agricultural laborers—United States
        Agricultural Labor Relations Board (California)
        Alien labor—Government policy—United States
        Boycotts—United States
        Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW)
        Collective bargaining—Agricultural—United States
        National Executive Board (UFW)
        Strikes and lockouts—Agricultural laborers—United States
        United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO

                                              Series Description

   The papers primarily deal with boycotts, strikes, and the ongoing struggle for workers’ rights and
organizations involved in such matters.

PLEASE NOTE: Folders are computer-arranged alphabetically in this finding aid, but may actually be
dispersed throughout several boxes in the collection. Note carefully the box number for each folder
heading.

25-51   A Report to the Consumer on Pesticides, 1979-1981
4-3     AB (Assembly Bill) 1000; General Correspondence re: Workers Compensation, 1985
14-34   AB 1129, n.d.
23-35   AB 1235, n.d.
4-1     AB 1630; Correspondence, Sam Farr, Country of Origin Food Labeling, 1985
4-14    AB 2012; Pamphlet, Make-whole Remedy, 1985
23-36   AB 2359, n.d.
23-32   AB 238, n.d.
4-10    AB 2718; Elected Union Representatives, Collective Bargaining, Defeated, 1986
4-11    AB 3005; Make-whole Remedy, Defeated, 1986
4-9     AB 3006; Labor Organization Membership, Defeated, 1986
4-16    AB 3297; Workers’ Compensation and Felonious Acts; Notes, 1986
4-12    AB 3934; Farm Labor Contractor Bill, Memos, 1985-1986
4-7     AB 4172; Correspondence and Fact Sheet Re: MediCal Funds in Nursing Homes, 1986
23-33   AB 680, n.d.
14-35   AB 680; Cooey, 1979
23-34   AB 838, n.d.
14-45   ABA Handbook, n.d.
23-52   Abortion issues, 1980s
4-6     Absentee Ballot Applications, Memo from Secretary of State, 1986
6-1     Accounting, Memos Regarding Expenses, 1971
5-1     Accounting and Financial; Ledgers and Budgets, ca 1970
31-52   ACLU, n.d.
2-1     ACLU Red-Lining Initiative, flyer, 1986



                                                       2
8-1     Acre limit, n.d.
30-8    Amalgamated Clothing & Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) Fojtasek Workers, n.d.
8-2     AD HOC Committee on Coors Boycott, n.d.
13-1    Address List, n.d.
5-2     Administration; Ledgers and Budgets, circa 1970
6-2     Administration; Memos from Tasha, Notes Regarding Expenses, 1971
18-43   Adverse Effect Wage Rates Draft, 1986
25-33   AFL SEIU, 1982-1983
1-1     AFL-CIO; Statistical and Information Reports, 1985
22-21   AFL-CIO, 1980
25-19   AFL-CIO Builders, 1981
25-22   AFL-CIO Cal Labor Federation, 1980-1982
25-23   AFL-CIO Constitutions, A-I, 1960-1971
25-24   AFL-CIO Constitutions, I-U, 1963-1973
18-80   AFL-CIO Convention, 1985
11-8    AFL-CIO; Correspondence, 1981
11-9    AFL-CIO; Correspondence, 1984
11-10   AFL-CIO; Correspondence, 1985
26-51   AFL-CIO, Denison, Ray Dept of Legislation, 1981
25-25   AFL-CIO, The Federationist, n.d.
25-34   AFL-CIO ,Fighting Worker, 1982-1983
25-26   AFL-CIO, Free Trade Union News, 1981-1983
11-2    AFL-CIO; General States, n.d.
23-46   AFL-CIO, Housing investment trust, 1988
22-23   AFL-CIO, Joe Mazzo Dinner, 1981
26-52   AFL-CIO, Kirkland, Lane, 1980-1981
22-22   AFL-CIO, Kirkland, Lane, statement, 1981
25-27   AFL-CIO, Labor Chronicle, 1975
25-30   AFL-CIO, memo, COPE and Legislative Alert, 1981
25-31   AFL-CIO, misc. centennial, 1980
18-6    AFL-CIO News, 1982-1983
25-17   AFL-CIO News, 1981-1983
25-20   AFL-CIO News, 1981-1982
11-26   AFL-CIO; newsletters, 1984
11-5    AFL-CIO; North Carolina State, n.d.
11-1    AFL-CIO; notices and flyers, n.d.
7-1     AFL-CIO; Policy Resolutions, 1989
25-28   AFL-CIO, publications; Statistical and Tactical Information Report (STIR), 1981-1985
25-29   AFL-CIO, Report, Union Busters REB Sheet, 1982-1983
11-6    AFL-CIO; Reports, general, n.d.
25-21   AFL-CIO Review of Legislation, 1980
11-4    AFL-CIO; Rhode Island, n.d.
11-3    AFL-CIO; South Carolina, n.d.
11-7    AFL-CIO; Tax issues, n.d.
12-72   AFL-CIO, vs William Brock Case, 1987
23-65   AFL-CIO, Working, n.d.



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4-8     AFSCME (American Federation of State County Municipal Employees) Local 1108; Correspondence
        Re: Support for LA Child Care, 1986
4-5     AFSCME, Local 2051, Support from UFW, Correspondence and Notes, 1986
25-32   AFSCME, Public Employee, 1981
8-3     AFSCME, n.d.
31-62   Agendas, meetings, and speeches, n.d.
20-28   Aging; general information, 1990
14-7    Agreement; UFW and The Burke Group (TBG), 1986
7-2     Agriculture Statistics, UFW Organization and Structure, Total De Cosechas
11-86   American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), report, 1984-1985
4-15    AJR (Assembly Joint Resolution) 79; Agricultural Guest Worker Program, Notes to Bobby de la Cruz,
        1986
11-65   Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), n.d
3-4     AKA Pablo, Cancellation of TV, 1984
7-3     AKTOS (Bi-lingual Bi-Cultural Orientation Tools)
12-37   Alatorre, Richard; Correspondence, n.d.
6-3     Albany Boycott, Memos Regarding Rosenthal, Mike, Budget, 1971
27-34   Alfalfa, n.d.
29-10   Alice Barnes, American activist, n.d.
23-39   Alien, n.d.
28-11   Aliens and Immigration; clippings, n.d.
19-64   All Craft; Women in Trade, 1980
3-3     Aller, Curtis; Statement to Congress on Employment Services and Unemployment Benefits, 1976
22-35   Alpha Beta Boycott, 1984
7-60    ALRA vs NLRA, Transcript of Hearing, 1980
2-2     ALRA's (Agricultural Labor Relations Act) Make-Whole Remedy: Just Allocation of the Cost of Delay,
        Speech
9-15    ALRA, materials of revision, n.d.
8-4     ALRB (Agricultural Labor Relations Board), n.d.
20-35   ALRB, n.d.
20-41   ALRB, n.d.
22-24   ALRB, 1979
23-37   ALRB, n.d.
7-4     ALRB; Activity, Costs, and Pending Litigation, 1980
9-1     ALRB, analysis of related court decisions, n.d
2-3     ALRB; Appointees, possible Senate votes, 1980
20-44   ALRB, board minutes, n.d.
4-13    ALRB; Memos, Budget, Legislation, 1986
23-38   ALRB, budget, n.d.
22-27   ALRB, financial audit report, 1979
20-17   ALRB, legal case, 1987
7-5     ALRB; Clippings, 1980
18-19   ALRB, clippings, 1980s
22-26   ALRB, compliance status report, n.d.
18-53   ALRB, correspondence, 1985
2-4     ALRB; Film Script Draft



                                                     4
8-5     ALRB; Jackson and Perkin, n.d.
2-5     ALRB; Legislation, 1980
20-42   ALRB; misc., n.d.
21-44   ALRB ULP cases for hearing, n.d.
1-2     ALRB/Agricultural Labor Relations Board, Gallo Winery, 1975
25-18   Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, n.d.
11-64   Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, n.d.
25-54   American Educator, 1981
18-82   American G.I. Forum—Guillermo Frias, corres., 1977-1978
11-87   American Income Labor Letters, 1984-1985
18-59   American Income Life Insurance Company, 1980s
31-24   American Political Channel, n.d.
11-50   American Postal Workers Union, 1985
14-60   American Society on Aging, 1990
5-3     Approved Time Payment Schedules; Farm Worker’s Credit Union, 1971
25-83   Ang. Katipunan, n.d.
4-2     Anglo-Irish Agreement, 1986
29-27   Anita Rufus for Congress, n.d.
2-83    Annual report to the legislature, 1981-1982
3-1     Annual Reports to the Legislature on Win, 7th and 8th, 1974-1976

14-33   API Clearinghouse, n.d.
7-6     Appeals
2-24    Appointments, notes; Correspondence Regarding Endorsement of Eugene Bishop, 1980
12-24   Araiat, Steven, n.d.
14-46   Arizmendi Memo, 1989
24-6    Arizona Farm Workers Union, 1980
22-47   Arizona Official Canvass, 1970-1972
23-64   Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, n.d.
4-4     Assembly; Alatorre, Richard; Correspondence, 1985-1986
29-7    Assembly Bill, 1981
9-2     Assembly Bill 3434, n.d.
14-48   Assembly Bill Fact Sheet, n.d.
3-2     Assembly Bills, Unemployment Insurance Code, 1977
27-38   Assembly California Legislature, n.d.
2-6     Assembly John Vasconcellos, 1986, Letter to Cesar Chavez to Support New Human Politics
12-14   Assembly responses, n.d.
2-91    Assembly Select Committee on Farm Labor, Chairman’s Report, 1980
7-61    Assembly Select Committee on Farm Labor, 1979
23-9    Asshole files, n.d.
5-4     Atlanta Boycott, Request for Fund Setup, 1970
6-4     Atlanta Boycott, Memos and Correspondence Re: Staffing and Expenses, 1971
2-7     Attendance sheets of organizers, n.d.
25-10   Attorney General, illegal immigrants, 1978
16-47   Audrie Krause; correspondence, 1990-1991
8-6     Authorized telegrams, n.d.



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8-7     Awards, n.d.

5-5     Bad Checks; Change of Address or Never Deposited, 1969-1972
5-6     Bakersfield; Correspondence Re: Discrepancies; Budgets, and Ledgers, 1970
6-5     Baltimore Boycott, Memos and Correspondence Re: Expenses, Standish, Peter, 1971
17-3    Barbara Macri; correspondence, 1981-1982
4-17    Barger, Kenneth W., Curriculum Vitae, 1985
29-3    BART Hispanic Alliance, n.d.
12-31   Bates For Congress, 1984
8-8     Bates, Tom, n.d.
30-21   Board Meeting, 1995
16-1    Become a College Grad Without Leaving Home, 1986
22-39   Before the California Fair Political Practices Commission, n.d.
29-25   Benavidez, Alfredo, 1995
5-7     Benefit Concerts at Sacramento, San Jose; Receipts for Expenses, 1972
8-10    Bergland, Bob, n.d.
25-81   Berkeley, Barb, 1975
8-11    Berman, Howard, n.d.
19-13   Berryhill Dinoseb (pesticide), n.d.
22-53   Bertuccio/Steakmate Strike, 1981
1-3     Beth Fernandez, Receipts, 1983-1984
1-4     Bevilacqua, Reverend Anthony, Statement on Immigration Control and Legalization, 1985
7-7     Big Business Day Flyers, Clippings, 1980
8-12    Bilingual Education, n.d.
8-13    Bilingual Education Bills, n.d.
4-18    Bilingual Telephone Service; Correspondence to Cesar Chavez, Flyers, 1986
14-50   Bill Amendment, n.d.
3-5     Bill Status Report, Bill Log, 1976
29-2    Bill Summary, n.d.
23-41   Bills, n.d.
23-63   Biltmore Hotel, n.d.
8-14    Black Caucus, n.d.
20-18   Black Listed and Job Discrimination Lists, 1988-1989
25-85   Blade-Tribune, 1983
29-62   Blanca Alvarado Supervisor, n.d.
14-64   Block Grant Proposal Communities, 1981
11-82   Bloodgood, resume, n.d.
2-89    Blueprint for a Working America, Pamphlet, 1980s
6-6     Blythe, Memos and Correspondence, Figueroa, Alfredo, 1971
5-8     Board Members (UFW), Approved Time Payment Schedules, 1971
10-1    Board Reports; October, 1974
22-46   Bob Anderson for Congress, 1986
29-75   Bob Filner, n.d.
31-11   Bob Filner, n.d.
5-9     BOC (Boycott Office Central); Purchase Orders, 1972
5-10    BOC; Medical Fund Purchase Orders, 1972



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23-50   Bonilla-Santiago, 1989
3-6     Bookkeeper, US Department of Labor Concerning Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers, 1974-1976
23-8    Book reviews, n.d.
5-11    Boston; UFW Correspondence Re: Purchase of Van and Contributors, 1970
6-7     Boston Boycott, Memos and Correspondence Re: Expenses, Staffing, 1971
20-33   Boycott, n.d.
22-34   Boycott agenda, 1989
6-8     Boycott Budgets, Correspondence, Daily Income and Expense Journals, 1971
5-12    Boycott Correspondence; Donations and Expenses, 1970
5-13    Boycott Memos, Correspondence, Donations, Expenses, 1970
22-61   Boycott Project Conf, 1980
8-15    Boycott report, n.d.
25-92   "Bradded" Together Separate?, n.d.
22-25   Breaux vs Agricultural Labor Relations Board, 1989
22-48   Brent Ventura AFL-CIO Endorsement, CA Assembly, 1986
25-86   Brentwood News, 1979
18-14   Brown; clippings, n.d.
29-45   Brown, Mark, n.d.
8-16    Brown, Willie, n.d.
4-19    Brown's Administration (Governor Jerry), Article, 1986
22-55   Bruce Church: A 10 Year Struggle, n.d.
12-66   Bruce Church, Inc., (BCI), decision, 1982
8-9     Bruce Church, Inc., legal documents, n.d.
22-54   Bruce Church, Inc; correspondence, 1981
29-73   Bryon Sheer, State Senate, n.d.
4-20    Budget, Quarterly and Personnel, Various Community Unions, 1985
5-14    Budgets for Boycotts; Administrative, Toronto, Delano, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles, New York, etc. ca
        1970
27-39   Budget coalition, n.d.
5-15    Budget for Co-op Research, 1971
12-40   Budget targets and spending "Freeze Plus", 1986
5-16    Budgets; Correspondence to Rudy Ahumada, Comptroller for UFWOC Re: Budget Proposals for
        Boycotts in Various Cities, ca 1969-1970
21-6    Budgets, n.d.
6-9     Buffalo Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Expenses, 1971
11-24   Builders, newsletters, 1985
29-26   Burch, Rob, 1995
29-71   Burton, John, n.d.
12-25   Byrne, Bill, n.d.

12-29   Cabrillo Cooperative Housing Corporation, n.d.
23-10   CAD, n.d.
20-29   Cadiz Report, n.d.
8-17    CAIF, n.d.
25-68   CAL-LAW, California’s Legal News Source, n.d.
12-64   Calendar of Events, 1982-1983



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6-10    Calexico, Memos, Correspondence Re: Expenses, Coachella, 1971
2-8     California AFL-CIO News Article, COPE Endorsement, 1986
4-21    California Agrarian Action Project; Correspondence Re: Grape Boycott, 1985
1-6     California Agriculture Oral History Project, Interview with Delores Huerta, 1984
7-8     California Coalition of Hispanic Organizations, 1982
3-7     California Democratic Party, Voting Trends, 1981-1982
22-51   California Democratic Party, 1981
7-9     California Democratic Party Voter Registration Plan, 1984
4-22    California Department of Food and Agriculture; Melon Claim Status Report, 1985-1986
3-8     California Employer (Newsletter), 1976-1977
4-23    California Fair Political Practices Commission; Lobbying Information and Newsletters, 1985-1986
9-3     California Farm Labor Force Update, n.d.
2-17    California Farmer, Newsletters, 1980
13-2    California Farmer; Article, 1981
2-9     California Farm Worker Housing Situation Report, 1980
4-24    California Homeless Coalition; General Correspondence and Information, 1986
4-25    California Institute for Rural Studies; Correspondence and Principles, 1986
25-66   California Journal, 1982
23-11   California Labor Federation, n.d.
11-20   California Labor Federation; COPE, 1984
11-21   California Labor Federation; Correspondence, 1985
11-22   California Labor Federation; Correspondence, 1984
16-18   California Labor Federation; Correspondence, 1989-1990
11-19   California Labor Federation; General, n.d.
8-18    California Labor Management Plan, n.d.
3-9     California Labor Market Bulletin, 1976-1977
27-29   California; Agricultural Labor Relations Board, 1979
22-1    California Legislation, 1985
3-14    California Legislative Report, Submitted to National Executive Board, UFW AFL-CIO, 1981
16-67   California Legislature, 1989
14-49   California Legislature Assembly Bills, n.d.
20-12   California Library Services Board Meeting; Minutes, 1978-1979
3-10    California Manpower Reports, Summary Manpower Indicators from 1970 Census
31-29   California NOW, n.d.
9-5     California Rural Legal Assistance (CRLA), n.d.
23-12   California Rural Legal Assistance, n.d.
4-36    California Rural Legal Assistance; Farm Labor Contractor Bill, 1986
4-37    California Rural Legal Assistance; Housing Legislation for Farmworkers, 1986
4-38    Citizens for Sustainable Democracy; Correspondence to Cesar Chavez, 1986
17-10   CRLA Inc; Articles of Incorporation, n.d.
17-11   CRLA Inc; By-Laws, n.d.
17-12   CRLA Inc; Notes, 1983
8-31    CRLA Mechaiz, n.d.

18-60 California Organizations; correspondence, 1980s
25-67 California Register, ALRB, 1983



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22-2    California Senate, 1981
12-62   California State Library, 1983
4-26    California State Labor Federation; Correspondence, Update Directory AFL-CIO, 1985
18-37   California Table Grape Unload, 1985
23-13   California Tax Reform Association, n.d.
27-50   Californians for a Bilateral Nuclear Weapons, n.d.
27-31   Californians for Fair Representation, n.d.
29-51   Camp, Bill, n.d.
25-7    Campaign disclosures, 1982
1-7     Campaign for Economic Democracy, Newsletter, 1985
8-19    Canadian Labor Congress, n.d.
2-11    Candidate Fifty Sixth Assembly District, endorsement request to Cesar Chavaz, 1986
2-12    Candidate Terry Friedman, 43rd Assembly District, endorsement by Cesar Chavez,1986
9-4     Candidates, n.d.
12-46   Carrillo appointment, 1982
2-10    Carter, President, Clippings regarding dissident delegate at Cobo Hall, bulk 1979
8-20    Carter, President, n.d.
7-10    Case Summaries (5)
5-17    Cassell, Jim; NFSW (National Farm Workers Service Center), Purchase Orders, 1972
13-3    Catalogs, n.d.
25-64   Catholic Worker, n.d.
25-55   CBFSEI, (Free Standing Ed. Inst.), 1977
8-22    CED, n.d.
8-23    Census project, n.d.
8-24    Center for Ethics and Social Policy, n.d.
1-9     Center for the Study of Law and Politics, California Debates Initiatives Reform, post-1984
31-31   Center for Voting and Democracy, n.d.
5-18    Central Accounting Budget, n.d.
11-54   Central America; Labor Issues, n.d.
8-25    Central Labor Council, n.d.
11-11   Central Labor Council; general counties, n.d.
11-12   Central Labor Council; Kern, Inyo and Mono Counties, n.d.
11-13   Central Labor Council; Orange County, n.d.
11-14   Central Labor Council; Sacramento, n.d.
11-17   Central Labor Council; San Joaquin and Calaveras Counties, n.d.
11-16   Central Labor Council; San Mateo, n.d.
11-18   Central Labor Council; Santa Clara, 1984-1985
11-15   Central Labor Council; Santa Cruz, n.d.
30-23   Cesar Chavez Memorial, n.d.
30-20   Cesar E. Chavez Foundation (CEC), Board MTC, 1993
30-26   Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, n.d.
30-19   Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, n.d.
30-36   Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, 1994
30-25   Cesar E. Chavez Foundation/HC, n.d.
30-24   Cesar E. Chavez Foundation; memos, n.d.
30-16   Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, 1995



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30-22   Cesar Chavez Plaza, n.d.
31-40   Cesar E. Chavez State Holiday, n.d.
23-14   Chacon, Peter, n.d.
2-18    Chacon, Peter R., Assemblyman, correspondence, 1981
8-26    CHAIN, n.d.
22-50   Chandler for Congress, 1986
18-58   Charity Correspondence, n.d.
30-18   Chavez, Cesar, n.d.
23-3    Chavez, Cesar, n.d.
6-11    Chavez, Cesar; Memos, Correspondence Re: Expenses, 1969-1971
1-8     Chavez, Cesar; Correspondence, Reports, 1983-1984
18-15   Chavez, Cesar; clippings, n.d.
28-17   Chavez, Cesar; clippings, n.d.
16-19   Chavez, Cesar; correspondence, 1987-1990
24-37   Chavez, Cesar; correspondence from government officials, 1974-1982
24-36   Chavez, Cesar; correspondence from UFW workers, 1973-1983
12-3    Chavez, Cesar; correspondence to, 1984-1985
12-5    Chavez, Cesar; correspondence, 1981-1982
18-64   Chavez, Cesar; correspondence, 1985-1987
21-65   Chavez, Cesar; correspondence, 1983-1984
16-19   Chavez, Cesar; correspondence, 1987-1990
24-30   Chavez, Cesar; correspondence to Dolores Huerta, 1973-1978
1-10    Chavez, Cesar; Itinerary, US District Court, Southern District of CA, Notepad
24-32   Chavez, Cesar; letters, memos to NEB (National Executive Board), 1976-1980
24-33   Chavez, Cesar; mass mailer endorsing, n.d.
24-31   Chavez, Cesar; memos to contracted growers, 1981
24-38   Chavez, Cesar; non UFW, 1974-1975
24-35   Chavez, Cesar; notices, memos to NEB and Committees, 1976-1978
19-21   Chavez, Cesar; Philippines, 1977
24-39   Chavez, Cesar; reports, 1972-1976
24-40   Chavez, Cesar; requests for endorsements, 1975-1981
24-34   Chavez, Cesar; transcript incomplete, n.d.
7-11    Chavez, Cesar; Correspondence Re: Murder of Lopez, Rene; Endorsements,1983
1-11    Chavez, Cesar, correspondence, political, 1981-1985
8-21    Chavez, Cesar, letters, n.d.
10-2    Chavez Report; June, 1974
10-3    Chavez Report; October, 1974
5-19    Chicago Office; Correspondence, Donations to UFW, 1970
6-12    Chicago Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Budget; Tax Forms, 1971
25-87   Chicago Daily News, 1976
18-26   Chicago/Hispanic Democratic Caucus, 1982-1983
21-23   Chicano Federation, n.d.
7-12    Chicano Lobby, 1983
21-10   Chicano Research, UCLA, n.d.
25-44   Chicano Students of Bakersfield College, n.d.
31-14   Children's Letters to Dolores, 1996



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29-9    Chismearte, n.d.
18-41   Christic Institute (public interest law firm), n.d.
18-66   Church Support-Los Angeles, contact information, n.d.
6-13    Cincinnati Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Car Purchase, Budgets, Over Spending by Bank,
        Father John, 1970-1971
21-46   Citizenship Participation Day, Board, n.d.
12-23   City Council Endorsements, n.d.
25-3    City County of San Francisco, Gonzales, Robert E, 1979
31-49   City Free Trade Agreement, n.d.
11-39   CLAT, (La Central Latino Americiana de Trabajorades), n.d.
5-21    Cleveland, Ohio; Correspondence and Proposed Budgets for Ohio Boycotts; Rev. John Bank, ca 1970
6-14    Cleveland Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Explanation of Expenses, Credit Card Use (Misuse),
        Phone and Postage Expenses, School Loans for Lyons, Diana, 1970-1971
5-20    Clinic, Health; Potential Needs in Delano Area; ca 1970
6-15    Clinic, Construction, Building Fund, 1971
31-38   Clinton, n.d.
31-42   Clinton administration; Hispanics appointees, 1993
31-41   Clinton budget, 1995
19-50   CLUW, 1987-1990
22-64   CLUW, 1986
14-12   CLUW; chapter presidents, 1983
27-4    CLUW; CLUW News, 1981
26-28   CLUW; Huerta, Dolores, 1987
27-1    CLUW; Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1975-1980
27-2    CLUW; Huerta, Dolores; requests to attend, 1975-1982
14-11   CLUW; membership lists, 1982
14-13   CLUW; National Executive Board, 1982
27-5    CLUW; publications mailers, 1980
14-8    CLUW; resolutions, 1984
14-10   CLUW; tenth anniversary convention, 1984
6-18    Co-op; Memos, Requisition and Budget Change Requests, 1971
5-22    Co-op; Farm Workers Cooperative Operations Account; Check Vouchers; Chart of Accounts, 1971
6-16    Coachella; Memos, Correspondence Re: Various Expenses, Monetary Requests by Staff, Weekly
        Allowances, 1971
4-28    Coalition of Labor Dinner, In Honor of Cesar Chavez, 1985
11-61   Coalition of Organized Labor, n.d.
4-27    Coalition on Environmental and Occupational Health Hazards; Toxics Coordinating Project, 1986
11-62   Coalition to Fight for Equality, n.d.
7-13    Cohen, Burton; Cohen for Congress Campaign, 1985-1986
23-19   Cohen, Jerry, n.d.
2-78    Collective Agreement (Bargaining), Bozanich, Cesare, Barbic, Radovich/UFW AFL-CIO, 1979-1982
2-79    Collective Agreement (Bargaining), Metzler & Sons/UFM AFL-CIO, 1977-1980
2-81    Collective Agreement (Bargaining), Vintner Employers Assoc/UFW AFL-CIO, 1977-1979
2-82    Collective Agreement (Bargaining), Vener, Cozza, Gonzales, Mendoza, Piper, Skyline, Amamoto,
        Chula/UFW AFL-CIO, 1979-1982
29-17   Collective Agreement Bacchus Farms and UFW, n.d.



                                                    11
29-16   Collective Agreement ET Wall Company, n.d.
2-80    Collective Agreements (Bargaining), E.T.Wall/UFW AFL-CIO; Sea Breeze/ UFW AFL-CIO1978-1980
23-48   Collective Bargaining Agreement, n.d.
27-58   Collective Bargaining Agreement, 1978-1980
17-1    Collective Bargaining Agreements, 1974-1985
17-2    Collective Bargaining Language Models, n.d.
6-17    Columbus Boycott, Expense Journal, Correspondence Re: Budget, 1971
14-16   Commission on Agricultural Workers, n.d.
16-21   Commission on Agricultural Workers; Correspondence, 1990-1991
14-17   Commission on Agricultural Workers; Travel Expense, n.d.
27-47   Commission on California State Organization and Economy, n.d.
14-19   Commission on Responsive Democracy, 1990
31-30   Commission on Security/ Cooperation in Europe, n.d.
11-85   Committee for International Support of Trade Union Rights, n.d.
20-6    Committee for Public Peace, 1972
31-50   Committee of 100 Women, n.d.
11-76   Committee on Political Education, 1984-1985
4-29    Common Sense Budget Coalition; AFL-CIO, 1986
3-15    Community Building; California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, Cases
3-11    Community Planning for Human Resource Development, Report, 1975
13-7    Community religious bulletins, n.d.
4-30    Community Union Group Plan; Notes on Issues, Strikes, Social Services, Legislation
4-31    Community Union; Correspondence Texas Project, 1986
18-40   Comparison of H-2 Provisions, n.d.
3-12    Comprehensive Employment and Training Plan, 1976
21-56   Conceptual Model for Business Planning, n.d.
2-19    Conchola, Jesus, Regarding Complaint Against UFW, AFL-CIO, circa 1978
29-35   Condit, Gary, n.d.
22-62   Conference materials, 1980
31-43   Congress Inform, n.d.
31-44   Congress of California Seniors, n.d.
3-16    Congressional District, Bay Area; Candidates in Primary Election, 1980
27-53   Congressional District Profile, n.d.
8-27    Congressional endorsements, 1980
18-46   Congressional Hispanic Caucus, 1986
12-19   Congressional responses, n.d.
4-32    Conservative/Moderate Group Senator Montoya, 1986
2-13    Constitucion de The United Farm Workers
4-33    Consultants, 1986
2-14    Consumers Union, Correspondence to Cesar Chavez
2-87    Consumidor Sabias Que, Informational Guide, 1980
3-13    Contact Lists, 1976-1977
20-30   Contact lists and addresses, n.d.
7-14    Contact Lists, Scheduled Teach-Ins, 1983 Convocation, 1982-1983
4-34    Continental Airlines, INC; Boycott Terminated, 1985
16-22   Contract Renegotiations; correspondence, 1990



                                                 12
8-28    Contribution List to Legislators, n.d.
16-23   Contribution Requests; Correspondence, n.d.
10-4    Contributions Churches, n.d.
22-41   Control of Illegal Immigration, n.d.
22-63   Conv. Delegate Study, Nat. Hispanic Center for Adv. Studies, 1981
20-1    Convenio de Negociacion Colectiva, n.d.
2-15    Convention Call, regarding credentials, San Francisco, 1986
11-41   Coors Boycott, n.d.
21-50   Coors Boycott, n.d.
23-15   Cope, n.d.
11-72   COPE; Florida, n.d.
11-73   COPE; Fresno and Madera Counties, n.d.
11-75   COPE; General, 1984
11-74   COPE; San Mateo County, 1984
21-43   Corporate Meeting, 1981
17-32   Corporate Meeting Notes, 1981-1982
19-22   Correspondence to UFW, 1972-1986
10-5    Correspondence, 1973
10-10   Correspondence; April, 1974
10-14   Correspondence; August, 1974
10-6    Correspondence; December, 1973
10-18   Correspondence; December, 1974
10-8    Correspondence; February, 1974
1-12    Correspondence; Recommendations for Conrado Terrazas, 1977-1983; Letter from Jane Fonda
1-13    Correspondence; General, Deportation, Fact Finding Tour to C.A., 1984
1-14    Correspondence; General, Estate of Ciaccio, John; Farm Worker Survey; Encinas, Juanita, 1983-1985
10-7    Correspondence; January, 1974
10-13   Correspondence; July, 1974
10-12   Correspondence; June, 1974
10-9    Correspondence; March, 1974
10-11   Correspondence; May, 1974
10-17   Correspondence; November, 1974
10-16   Correspondence; October, 1974
10-15   Correspondence; September, 1974
24-3    Correspondence to UFW, no specific person/dept, 1981-1982
29-34   Cortese, Dave, n.d.
7-15    Cost List, Garin vs. UFW
4-35    Council of Churches; Plea for Support, 1985
25-4    County of Kern, Welfare Dept, 1975-1977
23-4    CPB, n.d.
23-20   CPD Budget, n.d.
8-29    CPD Case, n.d.
23-40   CPD-Legislature Action, 1979
8-30    CPD-Real Placement, n.d.
10-19   Credit Union, 1974
20-46   Credit Union, n.d.



                                                     13
22-36   Credit Union, n.d.
23-16   Credit Union, 1979-1980
30-11   Credit Union, n.d.
30-14   Credit Union Meeting, 1994
2-16    Criminal Code, clippings, 1980
18-34   Crop Operations Report to UFW, n.d.
10-20   Cruz Report; June, 1974
10-21   Cruz Report; October, 1974
8-32    CSA, n.d.
4-38    CSD, n.d.
25-48   Cuba Resource Center Newsletter, n.d.
30-6    Culinary Workers Local 226, n.d.
1-15    Current Budget, UFW, 1983-1984
21-15   Current Problems, n.d.
21-62   CWA Second National Women's Conference, 1984

15-1    Daily Planner Notes, 1980s
6-19    Dallas Boycott, Memos Requesting Payments, Daily Income and Expense Journals, 1971
29-33   Dantona, Jim, n.d.
5-23    Data Processing; Authorization for Payments to, 1971
26-16   Data Processing, n.d.
15-2    Date book, Small Notebook, 1986
16-17   David Arizmendi; Correspondence, 1989-1990
2-20    Davis, Gray, for Static Controller, Candidacy Endorsement, 1986
26-20   Day Care Center, La Paz, 1977
29-74   Debra Vollmer Congress, n.d.
7-16    Decent Home, Report, 1983
7-17    Decision of the National Executive Board, 1982
31-21   Declined, n.d.
23-74   Declined and Past Invites, n.d.
6-20    Defense Fundraising, Kitchen, Authorizations for Payment, 1971
2-22    Delaine Eastin, 18th Assembly District, Requests for Endorsements, 1986
31-47   Delaine Eastin/Migrant Education, n.d.
6-21    Delano; Memos, Requests for Payments, 1971
1-16    Delano Field Office, ranches, 1977; meeting notes, ca 1975
25-84   Delano Record, n.d.
31-46   Dellums, Ronald V, n.d.
14-41   Delores Huerta Testimony-3434, 1980
2-90    Democratic Credo: Economic Bill of Rights, Pamphlet, n.d.
7-18    Democratic Newsletters, Campaign Manual, 1980-1981
23-17   Democratic Party Platform, n.d.
31-17   Democratic Socialists of America, n.d.
6-22    Denials at Employment; Permission for Watsonville March; Notes on Disability, 1971
6-23    Denver Boycott, Budget, 1971
31-32   Dept. of Corporations, n.d.
2-21    Department of Food and Agriculture, Correspondence Regarding Alleged Pesticide Incident, 1980



                                                    14
27-26   Department of Justice, n.d.
27-45   Department of Justice, n.d.
27-54   Department of Justice, n.d.
4-39    Department Store Employees Union SF; Newberry's Boycott, 1985
5-24    Departures; Approved Time Payment Schedules for UFWOC Staff Members, 1971
21-47   Deportation of Hector Marroquin, n.d.
24-66   Dept and Division Directors, 1976
5-25    Detroit Office; Correspondence Re: Budgets and Support in Detroit, 1970
6-24    Detroit Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Insufficient Budget, Travel and Phone Expenses, 1971
18-17   Deukmejian; clippings, n.d.
1-17    Develop Quarterly; public radio, 1984
31-45   Dickinson, Roger, n.d.
14-18   Director and Officer Liability Changes, n.d.
2-85    Directory of Hispanic Appointees/Carter Admin., 1980
17-14   District 1199C; Agreement and Declaration of Trust, 1981
9-6     District Information and Tables, n.d.
3-17    Division of Agricultural Sciences, Prospects for Small Scale Farming, 1977
8-33    Dixon, Alan, n.d.
21-11   Dolores Huerta, n.d.
27-19   Dolores Huerta, n.d.
16-25   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence; April-June, 1990
16-26   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence; July-September, 1990
16-27   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence; October-December, 1990
16-28   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence to, 1991
16-29   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence to, 1989
16-30   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence to, 1986-1988
16-31   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence to, 1984
16-32   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence to, 1981
16-24   Dolores Huerta; Correspondence to; January-March, 1990
23-1    Dolores Huerta; Stockton, n.d.
29-53   Dominguez, Lupe, n.d.
31-48   Dooley, n.d.
23-72   Dorothy Day's 100th Birthday, 1997
25-65   Dovetail, 1980
14-25   Drawings, n.d.
31-33   DSA, n.d.
23-30   DSOC, n.d.
5-26    Dues Paid by Growers, Assessments, 1971
31-10   Dunlop Commission, n.d.
11-56   Dupage County Federation of Labor, n.d.

25-50 Economic Democrat Newspaper, n.d.
3-20 EDD (California Employment Development Department), Administrative Circulars Re: Travel
      Reimbursement, Evaluations, Worker’s Compensation, 1976
3-21 EDD; Correspondence, 1976-1977
3-22 EDD; Executive Notice, Memos, 1976-1978



                                                    15
3-23  EDD; Field Office Directive, Memos, 1976-1978
3-24  EDD; General Role in Job Training and Placement, n.d.
3-25  EDD; Long Range Plans for Data Processing Applications, 1976
3-26  EDD; News Releases, 1976-1977
11-40 Education Update, 1984-1985
27-35 Education Update, n.d.
25-2  Edwards Congressman Don, Majority Rule Testimony, 1979
25-15 EEOC Guidelines, 1972-1980
8-34  Eggland, Leona,
22-52 Egg City; boycott, 1983-1986
6-25  El Centro; Memos, Correspondence Re: Financial Problems, Reimbursement Slips,1971
25-79 El Hispano, 1981
5-28  El Malcriado; Budget, 1970
14-29 El Malcriado, recruitment; correspondence, 1976
14-30 El Malcriado Report, 1976
18-7  El Mexicalo, 1982-1983
25-77 El Mexicalo, (Bilingual), n.d.
13-16 El Movimiento Sindical Mundial Journal, n.d.
25-80 El Popo, n.d.
14-28 El Salvador Chronology, n.d.
14-27 El Salvador Human Rights, n.d.
18-48 El Taller Grafico, report, 1987
26-8  El Taller Grafico, 1978-1979
29-69 Elaine Whitealquist Assembly, n.d.
28-15 Election; Clippings, n.d.
3-27  Election Day Planning, n.d.
20-45 Election Results, n.d.
4-40  Election Victory Form Letters, 1982
5-27  Electronics; Schnellbacher, Don, 1971
31-8  Elementary and 2nd Educational Act, n.d.
21-45 Elements of a Legally Sufficient Authorization, n.d.
31-16 Ellis Island Medal, n.d.
18-65 Emergency National Council Against U.S. Intervention In Central America/The Caribbean
      Conference corres., 1985-1986
19-10 Employee Benefits Journal, n.d.
1-18 Employee Job Protection, legislation; correspondence and articles, 1982-1984
3-29 Employment Services Improvement Program Report, 1972
3-28 Employer's Guide, Unemployment Insurance Code of California, 1976
3-34 Employment and Training Programs, State of California, ca 1976
16-4 Employment; Clippings, n.d.
20-22 Employment Development Department, n.d.
25-1 Employment Security Dept, n.d.
3-30 Employment Services Board; Agendas, 1977
3-31 Employment Services Board; Annual Reports, 1975
3-32 Employment Services Board; Annual Reports, 1976
3-33 Employment Services Committee Meetings, 1976-1977



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19-3    End Barrio Warfare, n.d.
12-22   Endorsement dinner invitations, n.d.
2-23    Endorsement letter from Eddie Souza, to Cesar Chavez, 1985
1-19    Endorsement recommendations, political, from Huerta, D., 1980
23-29   Endorsement request, n.d.
1-20    Endorsements, Supplemental Report, political, 1980s
23-62   Endorsements, 1996-1997
31-9    EPA Worker Protection Standard, n.d.
17-33   Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), notes, n.d.
25-72   Esquire, n.d.
25-39   Essays, published poems, n.d.
25-40   Essays, unpublished poems, n.d.
1-21    Ethics and Policy Center, Berkeley; Handwritten Notes for Lecture, 1985
5-29    Europe; Correspondence, Transport & General Workers Union, 1971
6-26    Europe; Correspondence Re: Travel Budget for Levine, Vivian, 1971
20-23   Evaluation of Calif. Migrant Ed. Program, 1981
30-33   Events, unattended, n.d.
24-67   Executive Board; memos and reports, 1974-1978
20-36   Executive Board, n.d.
20-37   Executive Board, n.d.
20-38   Executive Board, n.d.
23-28   Executive Board, n.d.
14-51   Executive Board meeting, 1990
14-67   Executive Board report, 1977
31-6    Executive Dept. State of Calif.; Prop 187
7-19    Executive Summary, The Emergency Program for Jobs

2-84    Fact Against Fiction, The Laborers Respond to Mother Jones, Pamphlet, 1980
31-37   Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), n.d.
2-25    Fallacy of the Safe Workplace, Report, circa 1978
31-5    Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), n.d.
27-10   Family Misc. Recipe, n.d.
27-11   Family Papers, Report Cards, n.d.
27-3    Family Planning, n.d.
1-22    Family Radio Meeting on Licensing, Notes, 1985
23-5    Family Reading, n.d.
19-25   Farm Worker History by Fred Ross, 1974
27-25   Farm Worker Law Inc, n.d.
30-7    Farm Worker Legal Services, n.d.
17-6    Farm Worker Struggle Chronology, n.d.
30-13   Farm Workers Credit Union, n.d.
22-16   Farm Workers Credit Union, Financial Report, 1983
17-7    Farm Workers Education and Legal Defense Fund; By Laws, 1990
16-39   Farm Workers Education and Legal Defense Fund Correspondence, 1989-1990
10-22   Farm Workers National Union, 1973
1-66    Farm Worker Collective Bargaining, Hearings, U.S. Senate, 760 pages, 1979



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18-83 Farmworkers Communications Inc., board meeting, 1983; handwritten notes on management
      training
14-20 Farm Worker Justice Fund, 1986
18-90 Farm Worker Newsletters, 1980s
17-4 Farmworkers Act, draft to establish U.S. Commission
1-23 FCL, La Federacion Campesina, statement of purpose, n.d.
25-16 Federal Advisory Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, 1978
29-42 Federal Legislation Report, n.d.
23-24 Federal Political Newsletters, n.d.
12-56 Federal Register, 1987
11-28 Federation News, 1985
2-26 Feliciano, Bob, Endorsement for Candidacy Request to Cesar Chavez; Press Release, 1984
12-20 Feliciano, Bob, n.d.
31-36 Feminist Majority Foundation, n.d.
18-39 Feminization of Poverty, 1983
3-18 Feasibility Study of a Sampling Approach for Gathering Employment Service Applicant Information,
      1976
1-24 FHIP, Farmworker Health Insurance Project; correspondence, 1985
5-30 Field Office Central; Authorization for Payment, Expense Reports, 1971
8-35 Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, (FIFRA), n.d.
27-40 FIFRA, n.d.
20-7 Filipino Survey Weekly Report, 1985
18-21 Films; Clippings, n.d.
3-19 Final Report on Unemployment Insurance Redesign, 1976
16-6 Financial Events; clippings,
22-18 Financial Notebook, 1980-1981
17-13 First Amended Complaint; NFWSC vs SP; 1989
22-40 First Amended Revisions; Draft of constitutional amendments, 1984
24-57 First Constitutional Convention, 1973
6-27 Fisher Randolph Fisher, Authorizations for Payment, Strike Benefits, 1971
2-27 FJF Comparison of Key House and Senate Bills Regarding Agricultural Guestworkers, n.d.
17-15 Farm Labor Contractor Registration Act (FLCRA); regulation amendments, 1979
2-28 Fleishman, Allen, Correspondence to Cesar Chavez Regarding Endorsement, 1986
14-6 Florida House of Representatives, 1990
5-31 FOC (Field Office Central); Purchase Orders for Educational Fund,1972
5-32 FOC; Major Auto Repair, 1972
5-33 FOC; Medical Fund, 1971-1972
29-49 Foglia, Ed, n.d.
18-10 Food and Grower Issues; Clippings, n.d.
14-43 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 1981
9-7   Fourth Annual Report of Agricultural Labor Relations Board, n.d.
4-41 FPPC (Fair Political Practices Commission); National UFW Political Action Committee, Lobbyist
      Reports and Recipient Committee Campaign Statements, 1985
4-42 FPPC ; National UFW Political Action Committee, Lobbyist Reports and Recipient Committee
      Campaign Statements, 1986
29-76 Frank O. Montoya, n.d.



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19-35   Fred Ross, 75th Birthday, 1985
25-62   Free Labour World, 1982
16-5    Free Trade Agreement; Clippings, 1990
31-12   Freedom forum, 1995
31-13   Freedom Trade with Cuba Act, n.d.
5-34    Fresno, Boycott Operations Report, 1971
5-35    Fresno, Field Boycott Budget, 1971
5-36    Fresno, Organizing Budget, 1971
27-61   Frontlash Minimum Wage Campaign, 1989
23-27   Full Employment Action, n.d.
27-46   Full Employment Action Council, n.d.
30-34   Fund for the Feminist Majority, n.d.
21-60   Fund Raising Analysis, 1984
1-26    Fundraising Plans, women’s rights; reports, newsletters, 1980’s
30-12   FW Credit Union, n.d.

10-23   Ganz, Marshall report; June, 1974
10-24   Ganz, Marshall report; October, 1974
14-21   GAO Draft, n.d.
14-31   GAO Questionnaire, n.d.
12-21   Garcia, Alex, n.d.
29-23   Garcia, Alfonso, n.d.
4-46    Gaydos, Bill; Sanitation Congress "Toilet Bill", 1985
1-27    General; introduction to Delores Huerta; various reports and newsletters, ca 1984
5-37    General, Expenditures, Credit Card Usage; Rodrigo Terronez Memorial Clinic; Notes, ca 1971
6-28    General; New Budget Policies; Gas-Oil Budget; Field Office Staff List; Disability, Immigration
        Procedures; Harvest Jobs; Potential Strawberry Boycott; Family Labor Camps; Collective Bargaining
        Agreement Form, ca 1971
21-17   General, n.d.
25-95   General, n.d.
29-84   General, n.d.
30-38   General, n.d.
3-35    General Articles, regarding employment, 1974-1977
7-20    General Articles, n.d.
31-55   General Articles, n.d.
7-21    General Booklets, n.d.
12-10   General Candidacy Correspondence, n.d.
1-28    General; Clippings, 1980-1985
2-29    General; Clippings, Newsletter, 1980 - 1984
7-22    General; Clippings, 1980-1983
11-69   General Clippings, n.d.
18-8    General, Clippings, n.d.
28-14   General; Clippings, n.d.
12-9    General Congress; Correspondence, 1984
2-30    General; Correspondence, Regarding Political Endorsements, 1979
2-31    General; Correspondence, Regarding Political Endorsements and Legislation, 1980



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2-32    General; Correspondence, Includes Correspondence to Delores Huerta from Nancy Pelosi, 1981
2-33    General; Correspondence, Regarding Legislation, 1982-1984
3-36    General; Correspondence, Memos on State and Federal Employment Services, 1976
3-37    General; Correspondence, State Compliance with Labor Codes and Employment Policies, 1977
7-23    General; Correspondence, 1980-1990
12-12   General Correspondence, 1982-1985
16-41   General Correspondence, 1991
16-42   General Correspondence, 1990
16-43   General Correspondence, 1989
16-44   General Correspondence, 1984-1989
21-64   General Correspondence, 1976-1984
23-54   General Correspondence, n.d.
32-1    General; Correspondence, 1967-1979
32-2    General; Correspondence, 1980
32-3    General; Correspondence, 1981
32-4    General; Correspondence, 1982
32-5    General; Correspondence, 1983
32-6    General; Correspondence, 1984
32-7    General; Correspondence, 1985
32-8    General; Correspondence, 1986
32-9    General; Correspondence, 1987
32-10   General; Correspondence, 1988
32-11   General; Correspondence, 1989
32-12   General; Correspondence, 1989
32-13   General; Correspondence, 1989
32-14   General; Correspondence, 1990
32-15   General; Correspondence, 1994-1995
32-16   General; Correspondence, 1996
32-17   General; Correspondence, 1997
32-18   General; Correspondence, 1998
32-19   General; Correspondence, n.d.
16-45   General Correspondence; Donations, 1979
16-46   General Correspondence, 1980
11-71   General Flyers, n.d.
12-11   General Flyers and Notices, n.d.
15-17   General Flyers and Pamphlets, 1990-1991
18-2    General Handwritten Meeting Notes, 1980s
11-84   General International Unions; Correspondence, 1981-1985
29-14   General Labor Booklets, n.d.
29-13   General Labor Books, n.d.
17-22   General Legal Corporation, notes, n.d.
15-9    General Listing Notebook, n.d.
18-28   General Lists and Plans, 1980s
20-24   General Lists and Statistics, 1989-1990
7-24    General Magazines and Journals, n.d.
15-10   General Meeting Notebook, n.d.



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15-11   General Meeting Notebook, 1990
15-12   General Meeting Notebook, 1990
15-13   General Meeting Notebook, 1989
15-14   General Meeting Notebook, 1989
21-32   General Memos, 1981
9-8     General Motors and UAW Agreement, n.d.
1-29    General Newsletters, 1983-1985
2-34    General Newsletters, 1980-1981
7-25    General Newsletters, n.d.
15-19   General Newsletters, 1987-1990
18-84   General Newsletters and Flyers, 1981-1985
18-4    General Newspapers, 1980s
28-18   General; Newspapers n.d.
17-34   General Notes and Drafts, n.d.
15-6    General Notes; Handwritten, 1989-1990
15-7    General Notes; Handwritten, 1990
15-8    General Notes; Handwritten, 1987-1988
3-38    General Notices and Announcements, Meetings, Memos, Legislation, Dues, 1976-1980
18-54   General Organizations, Correspondence,
18-55   General Organizations, Correspondence,
18-56   General Organizations, Correspondence,
15-15   General Planner Listings, 1990
31-57   General Plans and Reports, n.d.
1-30    General Report; Legislative, by Delores Huerta; Meeting Notes, ca 1983
3-39    General Reports; Legislative Status, Goals, Voters, Endorsements, 1976
7-26    General Reports and Announcements, n.d.
12-1    General Senator Correspondence, n.d.
5-38    General Service Center, Employee Expenses, 1971
5-39    General Services, Ledger and Budget, nd
2-35    General Statement and Reports, Activism; Speech by Douglas Fraser; bulk ca 1980
31-56   General Statements, n.d.
18-31   General UFW Correspondence, 1982-1983
19-26   General UFW Information, n.d.
19-27   General UFW Information, n.d.
18-12   General UFW Issues; Clippings, n.d.
16-3    General Union News; Clippings, n.d.
11-67   General Unions; Correspondence, 1981-1985
11-70   General Unions; Newsletters, n.d.
14-47   George Arakelian Farms vs ALRB Case, n.d.
1-31    Get Out the Vote Campaign, Expenditures, n.d.
4-47    Gilin, Alfonso; Romero vs. United Farm Workers, 1985
12-65   Glenn vs Merrill Farms Case,
29-12   Gloria Steinem Birthday, n.d.
12-34   Going West, n.d.
4-49    Gonot, Gregory-ACRB; Correspondence and Notes Re: Controversy About Gonot’s Appointment, 1986
4-45    Gonzalez (Jim) for Senate Campaign; Correspondence Re: Not Endorsed by UFW, 1986



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2-36    GOTV (Get Out the Vote) Schedule, to identify Richard Polanco supporters, 1986
15-20   Government Newsletters and Notices, 1983-1989
4-48    Gramm-Rudman-Hollings and the Reagan Budget Proposals for 1987, Booklets, 1986
6-29    Grand Rapids Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Expenses, 1971
1-32    Grant Application, Ms. Foundation for Women, 1983
12-53   Grape Boycott and Prices, n.d.
16-2    Grape Boycott; Clippings, n.d.
18-16   Grape Boycott; Clippings, n.d.
22-56   Grape Boycott Outline, n.d.
28-16   Grapes; Clippings, n.d.
4-43    Graphic Communication Union District Council; Correspondence Re: Boycotting La Opinion
        Newspaper, 1986
4-44    Greater Long Beach Labor Coalition, Fundraiser, 1986
30-35   Green Corps, n.d.
31-35   Green Party, n.d.
18-74   Grievance, Antonio Reyes, 1982
17-23   Group Legal Services; Agreement, n.d.
13-15   Guide to Women's Resources, 1980
8-36    Gutierrez, Tony, n.d.
23-6    H.A.D, n.d.
27-52   H-2 Program: Temporary Alien Workers in US Agriculture, n.d.
2-37    H-2 Reference in Testimony of Grace M. Davis, Comm. on Immigration and Refugee Policy, 1980
29-50   Hallinan, Terence, n.d.
12-61   Handwritten Contact Lists, n.d.
1-33    Handwritten Notes, Names, ca 1984
3-40    Handwritten Notes, 1981
6-30    Handwritten Notes, Names, Phone Numbers, 3 Notebooks, n.d.
7-27    Handwritten Notes, n.d.
14-69   Handwritten Notes, n.d.
14-70   Handwritten Notes, n.d.
14-71   Handwritten Notes, n.d.
15-4    Handwritten Notes, n.d.
15-5    Handwritten Notes, n.d.
16-68   Handwritten Notes, n.d.
16-69   Handwritten Notes, n.d.
16-70   Handwritten Notes, n.d.
25-49   Harvester, 1982
12-33   Hatfield, Clippings, 1984
29-32   Hayes, Tom, n.d.
27-56   Health and Safety Issues Faced by Farmworkers, 1982
11-43   Health and Safety Legislations, n.d.
25-6    Health and Welfare Agency, n.d.
2-38    Health and Welfare Agency Memo, Activity Report, 1980
31-34   Health Care/We Gotta Have It, n.d.
1-34    Heirship and Entitlement, petition to determine estate of John Ciaccio, 1985
1-35    Helaine Victoria Press, correspondence on promotional products, 1985; workshop, 1983



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23-70   Here San Francisco, 1997
1-36    Hispanic Publications, 1983-1984
2-39    Hispanos Unidos, 1980
18-49   History of UFW Contracts, n.d.
6-31    Hollister, CA; Luna, Jose, Personal Family Budget Paid by Union, 1971
14-22   Homelessness, n.d.
29-67   Honda, Mike, n.d.
4-51    Hormel Strikers Support Telegram, Correspondence and Report, 1986
4-50    Hospital and Service Employees Union Local 399, United For a Contract Campaign, 1986
11-36   Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees, n.d.
12-15   House of Representative Responses, n.d.
6-32    Houston Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Monthly Budget, Late Phone Bills, 1971
12-39   HR 1510 Amendments, n.d.
31-7    HR 2229 Cuba, n.d.
29-46   HR 3495 Immigrant Education Funding, n.d.
14-36   HR 3810, n.d.
14-38   HR 7130, 1972
16-7    Huerta, Dolores; assault case; clippings, 1989
1-5     Huerta, Dolores; biographical, n.d.
24-29   Huerta, Dolores; biography, n.d.
7-28    Huerta, Dolores; clippings, 1989
21-19   Huerta, Dolores, correspondence, n.d.
7-29    Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1980
1-37    Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1985; requests for reimbursement
1-38    Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1982-1985
21-66   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1980
21-67   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1983
21-68   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1984
21-69   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1985-1986
18-30   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1983
12-4    Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1981-1982
18-61   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1986-1987
18-62   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1983
18-63   Huerta, Dolores; correspondence, 1982
16-38   Huerta, Dolores, correspondence from organizations, 1976-1978
24-11   Huerta, Dolores; endorsements, support, 1982-1983
24-12   Huerta, Dolores; endorsements, support, 1975-1980
27-12   Huerta, Dolores; family religious holiday cards, n.d.
27-9    Huerta, Dolores, friends' correspondence from, n.d.
27-13   Huerta, Dolores; family birthday and Mother's Day cards, n.d.
27-14   Huerta, Dolores; friends', cards and letters, n.d.
21-51   Huerta, Dolores; oral history, n.d.
14-37   Huerta, Dolores; statements on HR 3080, 1985
29-80   Hughes, Teresa P, n.d.
18-87   Human Rights; newsletters, 1980s
25-63   Human Rights Covenants, 1978



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3-41    ICESA, Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies (currently called, The National
        Association of State Workforce Agencies), 1975-1976
3-42    Illegal Immigrants; Clippings, 1977
23-21   Illegals, 1979
1-39    Illinois Migrant Council, Advocacy Committee, n.d.
12-26   Imbrect, Charles, n.d.
23-22   Immigration, n.d.
19-2    Immigration and National Act Amendment, 1978
18-44   Immigration, laws and reforms, 1986-1987
18-20   Immigration laws; clippings n.d.
29-8    Immigration policy, 1981
19-6    Immigration Reform and Control Act; Catholic statements, 1984
20-5    In Spanish, n.d.
31-53   In the House of Representatives, 1982
12-59   Income tax packet, 1983
27-42   Index of Health and Safety Issues, n.d.
6-33    Indianapolis, Memo Re: Monthly Budget Check, 1971
20-16   Industrial accident lists, n.d.
8-37    Industrial Welfare Commission, n. d.
21-9    Info on Check Office, n.d.
29-66   Info/General Elections of Mexico, n.d.
2-40    Information, Polling for Richard Polanco, 1986
19-15   Information on Pesticide Use in Grapes, 1988
21-58   Initial Tentative Response Patterns, 1984
16-8    INS and Immigration; Clippings, 1987
25-12   INS Federal Advisory, 1977-1978
13-14   INS News Digest, 1978
25-46   INS News Digest, 1978
25-13   INS US Dept Justice, 1978
7-30    Interim policies for Legal Department, 1981
11-35   International Chemical Workers Union, n.d.
11-34   International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, n.d.
8-38    International Longshoremen's Association, n.d.
11-33   International Molders and Allied Workers Union, n.d.
17-18   International Trust for Prescription Drugs; plan benefits, 1982
17-16   International Trust Funding Agreement, n.d.
17-17   International Trust/Legal Services; agreement/declaration, n.d.
4-52    International Union of Allied Industrial Workers, Visit to La Paz, 1986
4-53    International Union of Allied Novelty and Production Workers, Convention, 1986
25-52   International Worker, 1975
9-9     Interview notes, n.d.
9-10    Interview notes, n.d.
9-11    Interview notes, n.d.
30-27   Interview requests, 1993
1-40    Interviews, requests for; letters of appreciation, political, 1981-1989



                                                     24
23-76   Interviews to be scheduled, n.d.
3-43    Inventory of Employment and Training Programs in California, 1977
30-29   Invitation response, Ltrs, n.d.
31-22   Invitation responses, n.d.
8-39    Invitations, n.d.
31-18   Invitations/books stories, n.d.
31-20   Invitations/declined, n.d.
11-52   Israel; labor issues, n.d.

12-30   Jadiker, Mary, n.d.
5-40    Jersey City, Correspondence Re: Expenses, ca 1970
5-41    Jessica; Expenses for Boycotts in Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and Buffalo, 1971
6-34    Jessica; San Francisco Expenditure Sheets, Correspondence, 1971
2-41    JG Boswell, Major Expenditures and Donors Campaign Statements, Articles, 1977-1979
25-42   "Joaquin Murietta" Opera, n.d.
3-45    Job Corps, Overview, ca 1976
3-44    Jobs; Clippings, 1977
25-61   Jobs Impact Bulletin, aliens, 1982
7-31    Joint Legislative Conference Material, n.d.
4-69    Jones, Nick; Correspondence with Cesar Chavez, Calmark Election, 1985
18-23   Journal, 1982-1983
23-23   JP Stevens, n.d.
19-8    Juan de la Cruz Farm Workers Pension Plan, 1987
17-8    Juan De La Cruz Farm Workers Pension Fund, n.d.
26-24   Juan de la Cruz Farm Workers Pension Fund, 1982
12-17   Judicial Appointments, n.d.
12-47   Judicial Appointments, 1982-1983
19-66   Julio, 1985

12-67   Kamber Group Political Prognosis, 1982
6-35    Kansas City Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Where to Send Bills, Need for More Money, 1971
25-5    Katz, Richard, 1981
2-42    Klehs, Johan; Assemblyman, Correspondence with Cesar Chavez and Endorsement, 1986
1-41    Kellogg Foundation; speaking engagements, 1984
5-42    Kelso, Correspondence and Newsletters Re: Finance, 1971
29-65   Ken Yeager, n.d.
9-12    Kern County index to voters, n.d.
2-43    Keyser, Alice; Request for Endorsement from UFW for Candidacy to Assembly, 1986
5-43    Kitchen #300, Strikers Food Ledger and Expenses, nd
6-36    Kitchen and General Services, Food Budgets, Names, 1971
2-44    Kripke, Dan; Correspondence to Cesar Chavez for Endorsement to Congress, 1986

8-40  L.A. Catholic Workers, n.d.
4-54  L.A. County Chicano Employees Association; Correspondence Re: Support for Watsonville Strike and
      Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center Bargaining, 1985-1986
25-88 L.A. Herald Examiner, 1982



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6-38    La Paz, Memos, Correspondence Re: Fiesta Campesino, Various Car Payments, Operating Expenses,
        1970-1971
5-44    La Paz Auto Center, Expenses, 1972
5-45    La Paz, Calistoga, Expenses and Purchase Orders, 1971
13-17   La Paz Newsletters, n.d.
4-55    L.A. Supporter, List of Names, n.d.
25-89   Los Angeles Times, n.d.
11-88   La Union, n.d.
11-23   Labor booklets, n.d.
9-13    Labor code bills, n.d.
11-38   Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, (LCLAA), n.d.
27-20   Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, n.d.
29-15   Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, n.d.
19-55   Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, 1981
12-49   Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, 1982-1983
4-57    LCLAA; Correspondence Re: J.F. Otero as Acting President, 1986
16-48   Labor Council for Latin American Advancement; correspondence, 1987-1990
21-49   Labor Heritage Foundation; correspondence, n.d.
3-46    Labor Market Information for CETA Prime Sponsors, Report, 1975
11-27   Labor pamphlet, n.d.
11-58   Labor papers, 1984-1985
28-10   Laborers; clippings, n.d.
20-9    Latin-American Cinemateca of Los Angeles (LAC LA), 1980
6-37    Lamont Office, Memos, Correspondence Re: Budget, food and Clothing Allowances, 1971
21-26   Language Data Base, 1984
20-10   Las Colinas Vineyards, shutdown agreement, n.d.
20-8    Latin American Support Committee, 1981
18-13   Latin Issues; clippings, n.d.
4-56    Latino Agenda Coalition, Correspondence Re: Participation in Conference on Latino Educational
        Rights, 1986
17-21   Law Corporation Rules, 1975
8-41    Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, n.d.
29-70   Lee, Barbara, n.d.
9-14    Legislative Report, n.d.
22-3    Legislative Reports, 1979
5-47    Legal, Expenses for Travel, Calexico; Budget, Herron, Grace, 1972
17-19   Legal Advice, 1980
17-20   Legal Booklets, n.d.
16-49   Legal correspondence, 1989-1990
5-48    Legal Department, Expenses for Travel, Anti-trust Case, 1970
12-71   Legal Department, restructuring ideas, n.d.
7-32    Legal Department, weekly reports, 1981-1982
17-24   Legal documents, n.d.
5-49    Legal expenses, UFW, 1972
20-32   Legal issues, drugs and the workplace, n.d.
29-83   Legal-Legislative Reporter, (International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans).



                                                   26
25-69   Legal-Legislative Reporter, n.d.
18-72   Legal-Legislative Reporter, 1982-1983
23-43   Legal matters, 1988-1989
20-47   Legal misc, n.d.
17-35   Legal Services Plan; Chicago Joint Board of ACW, n.d.
17-37   Legal Services Plan; Credit Union of Lodge 645, n.d.
17-38   Legal Services Plan; Laborer's District Council, n.d.
17-39   Legal Services Plan; Laborer's Local 423, n.d.
17-41   Legal Services Plan; Municipal Employees, n.d.
17-40   Legal Services Plan; New Mexico, n.d.
17-31   Legal Services Plan; pamphlets, n.d.
17-42   Legal Services Plan; Sheet Metal Workers, n.d.
17-36   Legal Services Plan; Union Local 383, n.d.
17-43   Legal Trust Fund and Services Plan; correspondence, 1984
5-46    Legislation Department, Expenses; Budget and Payment to Delores Huerta, 1972
8-42    Legislation, 1979
31-4    Legislation, n.d.
29-55   Legislation, Johnny, 1993-1994
22-4    Legislation; Letters, Roster, 1979
21-7    Legislative, n.d.
4-58    Legislative Group Plan; Agenda for Political Action Planning, Reorganization of UFW, Notes, 1984
3-47    Legislative History and Actions, Agricultural Labor Relations Act, 1979-1980
19-29   Legislative issues UFW support, 1985
29-56   Legislative reports, n.d.
20-26   Leland Stanford and United Stanford Workers Agreement, 1988
23-49   Leopoldo, n.d.
29-11   Letters to Louise, n.d.
5-50    Levine, Vivian, Expenses, 1972
25-38   Levy, Jacques; book draft, Cesar Chavez, n.d.
2-46    Lieberman, Myron, Correspondence with Delores Huerta Regarding Political Position, 1981
5-51    Library Legal Material, Tax Guide, Subscriptions, 1972
3-48    Lincoln, Wilbur A., Correspondence H. Res. 502, 1976
3-49    List and Figures; Legislation, Jobs, Affirmative Action, Endorsements, NPAC and NCAP 1976-1982
12-27   List of endorsements, 1982
7-33    Lists and ballots, n.d.
2-45    LOA (Leave of Absence Requests) to Cesar Chavez, Polanco Campaign, 1986
22-19   Loan Agreement, Berman Campaign Committee, 1980
12-54   Loan Policy, n.d.
4-60    Lobbyist Report, Correspondence Re: Budgets, Arizona, Texas Project, Requests for Support, 1986
22-5    Lobbyist Reports, 1986
20-2    Loc Wond Population, 1979
30-9    Local 250 Health Care Workers Union, n.d.
4-59    Local 259 UAW; Correspondence from Cesar Chavez in Support Of Chilean Labor Movement, 1985
29-64   Lofgren, Zoe, n.d.
18-73   Long Range Program Library Services and Construction Act—Calif. State Library, 1983-87
3-54    Lopez, Martha; Memos, Regarding Employment Services Board, 1976-1977



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5-52    Los Angeles, Correspondence Re: Credit Card Use and Expenses, Ahumada, Rudy, 1970
6-39    Los Angeles Boycott, Staff List, Memos, Correspondence Re: Bill Collection, Budgets, Personal
        Approvals for Expenditures by Cesar Chavez, 1971
11-66   Los Angeles Orange Counties Organizing Committee, 1984
4-61    Los Angles City Attorney; Audit of Contributors (UFW) to Richard Alatorre’s Campaign, 1986
6-40    Loveless and Son; Notes, Flyers, ca 1971
22-58   Lucky Super Market Store Check Worksheet, 1980
29-22   Luz Maria Ayala, 1996
17-25   Lyons, Mack; court case, 1981
10-25   Lyons Report; June, 1974
10-26   Lyons Report; October, 1974

31-1    Machado, n.d.
29-54   Machado, Mike Endorsement, n.d.
21-31   Macri, Barbara; correspondence, 1981
7-34    Macri, Barbara; correspondence, 1981-1982
14-54   MADRE, (international women’s human rights organization), 1987
12-43   Maher, Bill, n.d.
8-43    Mailgrams, n.d.
14-9    Mailing List, 1990
27-16   MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund), 1990
14-44   MALDEF; testimony on S 1763, 1973
20-48   Management, n.d.
21-1    Management and financial audit, 1977
22-42   Management planning conference, 1983
29-24   Manzano, Tony          n.d.
22-6    Map- 24th Senatorial District, 1981
1-42    MAPA, (Mexican American Political Association), immigration legislation, 1983-1984
19-56   MAPA, 1980
2-47    MAPA Newsletter, Political Meetings, 1980-1981
4-62    MAPA State Convention, 1986
2-48    MAPA/SCV (Santa Clara Valley), Newsletters, Correspondence, 1981
23-59   March on Washington, n.d.
7-35    Marketing the Nuclear Nightmare, 1980
1-43    Marley list, permissions to send public opinion messages to Sacramento; notes, n.d.
29-52   Marshall, Goldman, n.d.
2-49    Martinez, Francisco, Correspondence to UFW Regarding Mexican-American Movement, 1986
11-29   Matsunaga's Bill, n.d.
22-32   Matthiessen, Peter, Profile of Cesar Chavez Report, 1969
14-55   Mayan History, n.d.
20-3    McCarthy, Lee, n.d.
25-8    McCarthy Leo T, Speaker of the Assembly, n.d.
8-44    McGobern, n.d.
29-48   McHugh, Peter, n.d.
12-7    Means, John, n.d.
8-45    Mechanization, n.d.



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19-16 Medfly and Malathion pesticide praying, 1981
10-27 Medina Report, 1974
10-28 Medina Report; March, 1974
10-29 Medina Report; October, 1974
8-46  Mello, Henry, n.d.
5-53  Membership Card Campaign Budget, 1972
5-54  Membership Card Campaign, Chart of Accounts, Missing Receipts List, 1971-1972
5-55  Membership Department Administration 3001, Approved Time Payment Schedules, 1971
7-36  Memo from Knox, 1980
21-30 Memos to National Executive Board, 1980-1982
24-71 Memos to NEB, 1976
27-33 Memos to NEB, 1982
7-37  Memos to Review Committee, n.d.
21-39 Memos to Review Committee; April, 1982
21-35 Memos to Review Committee; December, 1982
21-41 Memos to Review Committee; February, 1982
21-42 Memos to Review Committee; January, 1982
21-34 Memos to Review Committee; July, 1982
21-37 Memos to Review Committee; June, 1982
21-40 Memos to Review Committee; March, 1982
21-38 Memos to Review Committee; May, 1982
21-33 Memos to Review Committee; October, 1982
21-36 Memos to Review Committee; September, 1982
13-4  Menopause Booklet, 1980
2-50  Menu and Food List, La Que Gradita. n.d.
11-81 Merchant Marine Issue, n.d.
19-17 Methyl Bromide References, n.d.
12-58 Metro-data, 1983
19-57 Mexican American Organizations, n.d.
31-2  Mexican Presidential Elections, 1994
5-56  Miami Boycott, Correspondence Re: Checking Account and Budget, O’Keefe, Jim, 1970
25-93 Miami Herald, Cane Cutters, 1973
3-50  Migrant Farm Worker Situation, Report, 1975
27-51 Migrant Legal Action Program Inc, n.d.
3-51  Migrants; Clippings, 1977
2-88  Migratory Labor and Low Income Farmers, Conference Proceedings, 1957
29-44 Mike Graves, n.d.
6-41  Milan Boycott (Illinois), Correspondence Re: Trejo, Richard, Credit, Budget Plan, 1971
4-63  Miller Brewery Company Boycott, 1985
4-64  Miller, Dr. Donald, Correspondence Re: Coachella Clinic, 1986
8-47  Mills, James, n.d.
6-42  Milwaukee Boycott, One Receipt, 1971
12-70 Mines Survey, n.d.
6-43  Minneapolis Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Budget, Making IRS Payments for Uvalle’s, Lago,
      Jim, 1971
10-30 Minutes; December, 1973



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10-32   Minutes; June, 1974
10-31   Minutes; March, 1974
10-33   Minutes; October, 1974
21-5    Misc, n.d.
13-8    Misc. Directories, n.d.
13-18   Misc. Newsletters, n.d.
13-19   Misc. Newsletters, n.d.
22-7    Misc. Political Papers, n.d.
19-32   Misc. UFW Papers, n.d.
31-19   Miscel. Correspondence, n.d.
30-30   Miscellaneous Letters, n.d.
30-28   Miscellaneous Ltrs, n.d.
14-3    Missing Person Report, n.d.
11-83   Mission Foods Boycott, n.d.
30-2    Mixteco, n.d.
18-69   MLK (Martin Luther King, Jr.) Conference, handwritten conference notes, 1983
19-12   MLK Jr. Farm Workers Fund, 1981
20-27   Mobile home Park Assistance Program, 1989
22-38   Modification of Agreement Between UFW and SBF, n.d.
8-48    Molina, Lilia, n.d.
27-23   Mondavi and Sons vs UFW, n.d.
14-24   Mondragon Notes, 1990
14-23   Monterey Meeting, 1990
23-53   Monterey Mushrooms, 1989
20-25   Monthly Director's Report, n.d.
5-57    Montreal Boycott, Correspondence, Govea, Jessica, Reports, Expenses, 1970
6-44    Montreal Boycott, Memos, Correspondence, 6 Page Letter from Banfield, Joan, Expenses, 1971
12-42   Moore, Jim, n.d.
17-26   Moran vs Harris, n.d.
21-22   Morning/Evening Management; minutes, n.d.
12-41   Moskovitz, Myron, n.d.

11-25   NABET News, 1985
29-20   Nadel, City Council, n.d.
13-5    NAM Discussion Bulletin, 1981
1-25    Nan Freeman, Matir de la Union, speech, ca. 1976
5-58    Nancy, Expenses UFWOC, 1971
5-59    NAPA Office Budget, Expenses, Purchase Orders, 1971
19-45   NAPA Farming Company/UFW Agreement, n.d.
27-17   NAPA Farming Company/UFW Agreement, n.d.
23-45   Napa Valley Vineyard, n.d.
8-49    NARMIC, n.d.
6-45    Nashville Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Keenan, Baldwin, 1971
25-73   Nation, n.d.
19-14   National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides, n.d.
27-28   National Conference of Puerto Rican Women, n.d.



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19-1    National Conference on Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers, 1991
25-57   National Council of Senior Citizens, n.d.
1-44    National Executive Board, arbitration Sun Harvest; ledgers; UFW budget notes; boycotts, 1982-1984
24-68   National Executive Board, policies, 1973-1974
12-48   National Executive Board; (UFW), correspondence, 1980s
27-32   National Executive Board Meeting, n.d.
27-59   National Executive Board Meeting, n.d.
18-33   National Executive Board; memos, n.d.
12-51   National Executive Board; notes, n.d.
17-5    National Farm Workers Agreement and Declaration of Trust, n.d.
18-24   National Farm Workers Health Group, 1982
18-67   National Farm Workers Health Group Budget—Coachella, Sergio Reyes, Terrones, LaPaz, 1983
25-47   National Hispanic University Chronicle, 1982
2-51    National Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Forum, 1984
4-65    National Labor Committee, Contra Aid; UFW Sponsorship of the Ambulances for Nicaragua, 1986
9-16    National Labor Relations Act, n.d.
31-28   National Organization for Women, n.d.
4-66    National Resources Defense Council, Toxic Chemicals Initiative; Various Vouchers, 1985-1986
2-52    Navarro, Armando, Request for Endorsement and Promotional Brochure, 1986
25-71   NBC Meet the Press, n.d.
8-50    Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP); allocations, n.d.
8-51    National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL), n.d.
25-36   NCSW, "Service to Immigrants", 1978
2-53    Negative Correspondence to Cesar Chavez Regarding Richard Polanco, 1986
5-60    Negotiations Department, Monthly Budget, Personal Budget for Delores Huerta, n.d.
6-46    Negotiations Department, Memos, Invoices Re: Car Accident, Insurance, 1971
8-52    Negotiations Div Report, n.d.
8-53    Negotiations-Jackson Form, n.d.
12-38   Nelson, Linda, n.d.
1-45    New Economic and Political Order of the 1980’s, report
21-57   New Grape Boycott, 1984
6-47    New Jersey Boycott, Memos, Correspondence Re: Requests for Reimbursement for Car Insurance,
        Overdue Phone Bills, 1971
5-61    New York Boycott, Correspondence Re: Expenses, 1970
6-48    New York Boycott, Correspondence Re: NY Fundraiser, March Against Farm Worker Hunger; Expense
        Reimbursements, Membership, 1971
4-67    New Zealand Workers Union (Pamphlets), ca 19820
13-13   News Bulletins, Ayers, n.d.
13-9    News Clippings, n.d.
13-10   News Clippings, n.d.
12-36   News from Assembly Speaker, n.d.
18-32   News from UFW, n.d.
3-52    News; Office of Information (Newsletter), 1977
13-11   News clippings, n.d.
16-33   News clippings; September 1-5, 1975
16-35   News clippings; September 11-15, 1975



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16-36   News clippings; September 16-20, 1975
16-37   News clippings; September 21-30, 1975
16-34   News clippings; September 6-10, 1975
11-90   Newsletters, n.d.
25-91   Newspaper and Magazine Articles, n.d.
13-12   Newspaper/Clippings, n.d.
16-50   NFW Correspondence;          1981-1986
10-35   NFWHG Report; June, 1974
10-34   NFWHG Report; March, 1974
10-36   NFWHG Report; October, 1974
4-68    NFWM (National Farm Workers Ministry), Retreat, 1986
12-63   NLRB Blocking Charge Rule, n.d.
23-57   No Grapes, n.d.
27-24   No Human Being is Illegal, n.d.
31-3    No On "O" Campaign, n.d.
2-54    Norland for Congress, Correspondence and Brochure to Cesar Chavez Requesting Endorsement, 1986
6-49    North Carolina Boycott; Memos and Correspondence, Wrightson, Skip; Expenses, 1971
22-13   Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP); accounts payable, n.d.
1-46    Notes, Handwritten; general business, meetings, elections, 1981-1983
3-53    Notice of Public Hearing, Conflict of Interest Code, 1976
11-53   Noticiero del Movimiento Sindical Libre, 1983-1984
27-6    NOW (National Organization for Women) ERA, 1982-1987
29-18   NOW more than ever, n.d.
31-27   NOW Resolutions, n.d.
4-70    NPAC Reports; Political Action Committee Campaign Statement, 1986
29-1    Nuclear Power Plants, n.d.
25-90   NY Times, Berne, Dr. Eric, 1970

29-19   O' Connell, Jack, n.d.
12-18   Obledo, Mario, n.d.
23-58   October events, n.d.
2-61    Office Administrator, Correspondence from BABEL, Inc., CBE, NAACP, 1980
25-9    Office of Admin. Law, Report Testimony, n.d.
18-52   Office Supply List, n.d.
20-14   Oki Nursery, 1979
12-45   Oliver, Marvin, n.d.
18-42   Organization Positions on the Immigration Reform and Control Act, 1986
1-47    Organizations (general), activist literature and correspondence, 1981-1984
21-63   Organizations that Attended LBACI Dinner, n.d.
5-62    Organizing Department, Budget and Expenses, 1970
5-63    Organizing-Citrus, Payments to Strikers, 1971
29-29   Ortiz, Deborah, n.d.
16-52   Ortiz, Frank, correspondence, 1980
20-13   OSHA Hearing Notes, 1981
19-5    Outline of Immigration Rules, n.d.
22-44   Outline of Presentation on the Union, n.d.



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6-50    Oxnard Field Office; Memos and Correspondence Re: Past Due Bills, 1971

16-51 Pacific Union Dental; Correspondence, 1990
10-37 Padilla Report; June, 1974
10-38 Padilla Report; October, 1974
7-38  Pamphlets and Flyers, n.d.
11-89 Pamphlets and Flyers, n.d.
8-54  Parks and Recreations, n.d.
12-69 Parole Commission, 1982-1983
18-11 Parole Commission; Clippings, n.d.
15-21 Participatory Research Newsletter, n.d.
21-24 Past Events, 1990
29-72 Patricia Sausedo Supervisor, n.d.
6-51  Patterson Field Office; Memos Re: Expenses, Personal Budget, 1970-1971
29-43 Paul Koretz, n.d.
22-20 Payment Delinquencies; RFK and JDLC, 1989
2-55  PCTS Assignments, Polling Results, Polanco Campaign, 1986
7-39  Pending ALO Decisions, n.d.
23-66 Penn State, n.d.
8-55  People against Rancho Seco, n.d.
25-76 People Magazine; Dolores Huerta, 1982
22-33 Peoples Call of Law Honor the Rosenweins, 1980
8-56  Per Capita, n.d.
30-17 Peregrinacion, [Pilgrimage], n.d.
7-40  Personal Information, n.d.
21-25 Personal Matters, n.d.
15-3  Personal Notes, n.d.
23-51 Personnel, 1980s
2-62  Personnel Assignments; Polanco Campaign, 1986
26-17 Personnel Division, 1976-1980
19-67 Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual, n.d.
27-57 Perspectives and Undocumented Workers Black and Hispanic, 1980
8-57  Pertinent Facts, n.d.
18-18 Pesticides; Clippings, 1985
16-9  Pesticide Dangers; Clippings, n.d.
11-47 Pesticide Legislation, n.d.
28-12 Pesticides; Clippings, n.d.
17-27 Pheiant and Taylor Prod Co, 1977
5-64  Philadelphia Boycott; Correspondence Re: Donations, Expenses, 1970
6-52  Philadelphia Boycott; Memos and Correspondence Re: Expenses, Reimbursement, Budget Problems,
      1971
16-40 Phillip Fetzer; Correspondence, 1990
5-65 Phone Expenses Long Distance by Department, 1971
26-14 Phone Messages, 1982
19-11 PHS Proposal-Medical Plan Proposal, n.d.
6-53 Pittsburg Boycott; Memos and Correspondence Re: Budget Problems, Car Accident, 1971



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5-66    Pittsburgh, Correspondence Re: University of Pittsburg Donation, 1970
1-48    Planning Process; radio programming, 1983
2-56    Pol Contributions to Governor Deukmejian; Against Proposal 39; 1981-1985
2-57    Polanco Campaign Notes, 1985
12-16   Polanco, Richard, n.d.
2-58    Polanco's Printing Costs and Notes; Leave of Absence Requests, 1986
11-68   Policy and Legal Issues; Correspondence, 1982-1985
7-41    Policy for ALRB Case Assignments, 1980
12-28   Political Action Planning, 1984
25-56   Political Animal, 1982
22-8    Political Endorsement Requests, 1986
29-40   Political Endorsement Requests, n.d.
4-71    Political Report; National UFW Political Action Committee Campaign Statement, 1985
12-2    Politician Flyers and Pamphlets, n.d.
18-9    Politicians and Government; Clippings, n.d.
16-10   Politics; Clippings, n.d.
6-54    Poplar Field Office; Memos Re: Medical Expenses, Rent Reimbursements, 1971
6-55    Portland Boycott; Memos and Correspondence Re: Budget, Budget Problems, 1971
27-15   Possibly Important, n.d.
21-53   Precinct Walkers, n.d.
18-45   Preliminary Working Drafts of Regulations, n.d.
17-44   Prepaid Legal Services, Anti-trust Issues, n.d.
17-45   Prepaid Legal Services; Articles, n.d.
17-46   Prepaid Legal Services; Correspondence, n.d.
17-47   Prepaid Legal Services; Ethical Considerations, n.d.
17-48   Prepaid Legal Services; Fresno Conference, 1983
17-49   Prepaid Legal Services; General Information, n.d.
17-50   Prepaid Legal Services; Insurance Regulation, n.d.
17-51   Prepaid Legal Services; Legislation, n.d.
17-52   Prepaid Legal Services; Notes, n.d.
17-53   Prepaid Legal Services; Reference Material, n.d.
17-54   Prepaid Legal Services; Taft-Hartley Amendments, n.d.
22-31   Pres. Jose Lopez Portillos Press Conf, 1979
10-39   President's Report; December, 1973
10-40   President's Report; June, 1974
10-41   President's Report; March, 1974
13-20   Press Briefing, n.d.
2-59    Primary Results California, 1986
8-58    Prime Time Saturday, n.d.
5-67    Printing and Office Supplies Boycott Central, 1971
31-58   Priority Cases, 1981
4-72    Pro Peace; Correspondence Re: Great Peace, 1985 March
2-60    Pro-Peace, Request for Supplies, 1986
9-17    Procedure for Recalling State and Local Officials, n.d.
16-11   Produce Safety; Clippings, 1989
22-45   Programs, Awards Lectures, n.d.



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22-66   Proposal 14, n.d.
29-82   Proposition 186, n.d.
29-58   Proposition 187-Material, n.d.
29-59   Proposition 188, n.d.
29-81   Proposition 65, n.d.
29-57   Proportional Representation, n.d.
28-1    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-2    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-3    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-4    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-5    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-6    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-7    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-8    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
28-9    Proposal 14; Clippings, n.d.
29-60   Proposition 187, n.d.
1-49    Proyecto De Investigacion, Report; Ephemera Universidad de Sinaloa, 1983
27-8    Pub External, Newspaper and Management, 1982
4-73    Public Hearing on Pesticide Regulations; Memos, 1986
1-50    Public Officials – District Offices, 1985 January
7-42    Public Review Board, 1978-1980
27-7    Pubs External, DNC Speech, Press Releases, 1981-1982
21-48   Puerto Rican Rights, n.d.
29-30   Pulaski, Art, n.d.

29-5    Questionnaire and Abstract, 1981

16-53   Racial Justice; Correspondence, 1987
4-76    Radio Campesina; Planning Sessions for Fundraising
1-51    Radio Info Grant; Costs for Broadcasting Stations, 1982
21-55   Radio Planning, n.d.
1-52    Radio; Programming, Notes, 1983
8-59    Rains, Omer, n.d.
5-68    Ranch Committee; Budget, 1970
19-34   Ranch Committee, n.d.
27-43   Ranchprt, Jimmy Mapper, 1989
29-31   Rankin, Tom, n.d.
20-4    RAZA Graduation Bulletin, 1980
7-43    Reagonomic Criticism; Clippings, 1982
22-15   Real Estate Financial Projections, 1985
28-13   Reappointment; Clippings, n.d.
22-28   Reason Magazine-Newman Article; Response to Article, 1979
2-63    Recall Procedure Pamphlet; Article on Cesar Chavez/Howard Berman, 1980
22-12   Receipts, n.d.
11-46   Reclamation Reform Act, 1982
14-1    Record Address Listings, n.d.



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27-18   Record of Initiative, n.d.
5-70    Records of Returned Checks, 1969-1972
23-31   Records/Mailing Outgoing, n.d.
9-20    Registration Districts, n.d.
20-31   Regulation vs Practice, 1990
12-57   Regulations; H-2A, 1987
27-49   Regulations, Part 40, n.d.
16-12   Religious Events; Clippings, n.d.
15-22   Religious Newsletters, 1989-1990
19-51   Remembrance, Meeting of Women for Dignity and Life, 1990
17-9    Rene Lopez Farm Workers; Declaration of Trust, n.d.
21-16   Report Due, n.d.
4-79    Report of Lobbyist Employer, 1986
9-21    Report of Registration, n.d.
21-18   Report on UFW Convention, 1977
9-22    Reports and Analysis, n.d.
3-55    Reports of Election Results by Year and Districts, 1976-1982
18-79   Report On Union Busters (RUB) Sheets, 1982-83
24-73   Reports to NEB from Accounting, 1974-1976
24-78   Reports to NEB UFW from Health Group, 1977
2-64    Reports/Results; Polanco Polling, 1986
1-53    Representative William Gray; Speech to AFL-CIO, circa 1985
4-80    Request to Sign Poster by Cesar Chavez, Theme "Grapes of Wrath", Notes and Names, 1986
16-56   Requests to Speak/Attend, 1976-1986
5-69    Requisitions and Budget Change Requests, 1971
25-35   Research Papers, 1983
6-56    Research Projects; Memo on Wackman, Howard; Clippings; Giannini Library; Petition to California
        Legislature, 1981
20-39   Research Report for Executive Bd, 1977
22-37   Resource Materials, n.d.
7-44    Responsibility Outline in Spanish, 1984
18-76   Resumes (removed)
11-32   Retail Wholesale Union, n.d.
7-45    Retainer Agreement, n.d.
5-71    Returned Checks; Correspondence Requesting New Checks form Donors, 1972
12-50   Review Committee Memos, 1982-1983
26-73   Review Committee, Memos and Letters, 1982-1983
5-72    RFK (Robert F. Kennedy) Plan; List of Growers Who Failed to Report Employees Hours, 1971
8-60    RFK, n.d.
5-73    RFK; Approved Time Payment Schedules, 1971
17-55   RFK Farm Workers Medical Plan, 1978
19-9    RFK Farm Workers Medical Plan, 1972
12-52   RFK Medical Plan Draft Report, n.d.
19-65   RFK Meeting Notes; Handwritten; 1990
10-42   RFK Report, n.d.
10-44   RFK Report; December, 1973



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10-43   RFK Report; October, 1974
29-77   Ricardo Ortega, n.d.
16-54   Richard Chaves Handwritten Notes to NLRB, 1972
20-19   Richard Mines; Questionnaires, n.d.
17-28   Richard Roddick et al. Vs UFW, 1979
29-68   Rick Hauptman, n.d.
18-27   Ricky Chavez, n.d.
4-77    Rico (Racketeer Influence and Corruption Organization Act) Amendment; Correspondence With John
        Conyers, Report on Hearings, 1986
14-5    RICO, n.d.
12-6    Riles, Wilson, n.d.
22-30   Robert F. Drinan Biographical Sketch, 1981
20-34   Robert F. Kennedy Med, n.d.
25-11   Roberti, Sen. David, 1982
22-9    Robinson Receipts 72nd District, n.d.
16-57   Rodriguez, Artie, correspondence, 1986
18-77   Rodriguez, Patricia (Muralist), art exhibition info, corres., 1975-1983
12-8    Rogers, Don, n.d.
14-61   Role and Responsibility of Public Agricultural Research, n.d.
29-63   Romero, Gloria, n.d.
29-21   Ron Albers, n.d.
4-81    RUB Sheet; Newsletter from AFL-CIO, 1986
1-54    RUB Sheet; Report on Union Busters newsletters, AFL-CIO, 1980-1985
11-57   RUB Sheets, 1979-1984

22-43   Rufino Contreras Conf. Package, 1982
19-68   Rules Committee, n.d.
17-56   Rules of Professional Conduct, n.d.
5-74    Ruth; Purchase Orders for Strike Benefits, Monthly Budgets, 1971

14-42   S 1437, n.d.
31-51   S 1513, n.d.
8-61    S 1722, n.d.
29-6    Sabino Lopez Trial Documents, 1981
5-75    Sacramento Boycott, Expenses, 1971
14-58   Sacramento Plan, n.d.
6-57    Sacramento Boycott; Correspondence Re: Checking Account Set Up, 1971
8-62    Saikhon, n.d.
2-65    Saldana, Gil, Correspondence Requesting and Receiving Endorsements, 1986
6-58    Salinas Boycott; Memos and Correspondence Re: Bills, Budgets; Jailing of Cesar Chavez, 1970-1971
8-63    Salinas, n.d.
29-78   Sally M Harice, n.d.
24-48   San Clemente Ranch Negotiations, 1982
5-76    San Diego; Correspondence Re: Need for More Money, 1970
5-77    San Francisco Boycott; Correspondence and Memos Re: Volunteers and Expenses, 1970
6-59    San Francisco Boycott; Memos and Correspondence Re: Car Donation, Budget, Allowances, 1971



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6-60    San Jose Boycott; Memos and Correspondence Re: Magana, Vincent; Budget, 1971
6-61    San Ysidro Strike; Memos and Correspondence Re: Strike Pay, San Ysidro Singers, Budget, 1971
29-28   Sandoval, Dolores, n.d.
18-85   Santa Barbara Newsletters—women’s topics, 1983
6-62    Santa Maria Field Office; Memos and Correspondence Re: Phone Bills, Phone Reconnection, Security
        System, 1971
24-47   Santa Maria, 1976
24-46   Santa Paula Growers Assoc, 1974
24-42   Sausalito Ranch, 1976
16-58   Sayre Loan; Correspondence, 1989-1990
23-25   SB 1018 (Nielsen), n.d.
8-66    SB 1422, n.d.
4-82    SB 1756; Petris Hazardous/Pesticides, 1986
23-26   SB 504, n.d.
8-70    SB 504, UFW Polish, n.d.
8-64    SB 584, n.d.
8-65    SB 666, n.d.
4-83    SB 1949; Vuich, Workers’ Compensation and Employee Housing, Notes, 1986
14-39   SB40, 1981
14-40   SB584, Restricted Union Discipline, 1980
3-56    SCENE; Newsletters, 1976-1977
2-67    School Desegregation, Speech, 1980
14-65   Schumer Agricultural Proposal, n.d.
16-13   Scientific Findings; Clippings, n.d.
22-65   Script for COPE Presentation, n.d.
18-68   Se Mudan O Los Mudamos, information flyer on the Pueblo Indians, Central America, n.d.
11-80   Seafarers International Union, 1980-1985
6-63    Seattle; Correspondence (1 letter) Re: Washington, Oregon’s Legislatures, Farm Labor Bill, 1971
1-55    Second Annual Symposium on Elections; Notes
7-46    Second Arizona Organizing Convocation, n.d.
4-74    Second Quarter Budget; Community Union Group, La Paz, 1986
4-75    Secretary of State
5-78    Security, Budgets, 1970
4-84    Security Schedule; Memos, Officers in Charge, 1986
30-3    SEIU Organizing Material, n.d.
31-39   SEIU, n.d.
19-58   SEIU, 1981
30-5    SEIU News/Correspondence, n.d.
8-67    Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy, n.d.
16-20   Selective Service System Invite to Cesar, 1981
6-64    Selma Field Office; Memos Re: Car Expenses, Fresno Budget, Closing Bill, Reimbursements, 1971
16-14   Semilla, 1989-1990
8-68    Senate and Assembly, 1979-1980
4-85    Senate Assembly Committee; Schedule, Notes, 1985-1986
3-57    Senate; Clippings, State of California, 1976
4-86    Senate Committee Meeting on Joint Study Committee on Worker’s Compensation, 1986



                                                    38
18-57   Senate Correspondence, n.d.
4-87    Senate Fellowship, 1986
14-68   Senate Office of Research, 1990
22-10   Senate Races CA, 1986
12-13   Senate Responses, n.d.
23-7    Senate Select Committee, n.d.
12-35   Senate Standing Committees, n.d.
3-58    Senator Gregorio, Arlen; State Civil Service System Reform, 1976
12-32   Senator Hendriksen, n.d.
5-79    Service Center; Correspondence, Authorization for Payments, 1971
6-65    Service Center; Memos, Correspondence Re: Clinic Construction, Other Income by Union Members,
        Reimbursements, 1971
5-80    Service Center; Various Purchase Orders, 1972
3-59    Service Center Program Report to Legislature, Brown, Governor Edmund, 1976
18-5    Service Employee, 1982-1983
25-74   Seven Long Times by Thomas, Piri, 1974
1-56    Sex Discrimination; Working Women, Newsletters, 1981
11-59   Sheet Metal Workers International Association, n.d.
4-88    Shell Boycott; NEB Endorsement, “Shell Discredit Card”, 1986
6-66    Shikuma, Oscar; Notes on Watsonville Directions; Robert F. Kennedy Medical Plan
20-21   Shinne Auditorium Rental Contract, n.d.
4-89    Short Handled Agricultural Tools; Memos Re: Regulations, 1986
18-47   "Si, Se Puede" [We Can Do It], n.d.
16-15   Simpson/Mazzoli and Roybal Immigration Bills; Clippings, n.d.
16-59   Simpson/Mazzoli and Roybal Immigration Bills; Correspondence, n.d.
19-4    Simpson/Mazzoli Immigration Plan; Chicano Response, n.d.
25-70   60 Minutes, 1975
23-44   Skalli Corp, 1988-1990
7-47    Social Democrats, 1980
11-31   Somma Waterbed Boycott, n.d.
25-41   Song Lyrics, n.d.
19-63   Songs, 1980
29-47   SOS, n.d.
17-30   South Central Farmers Settlement, 1977
23-75   South Florida Convention for Immigration Rights, n.d.
14-52   Southern Pacific Water Dispute, n.d.
8-69    Southern political Reports, n.d.
21-20   Spanish, n.d.
14-57   Spanish Booklets, 1987
16-60   Spanish Correspondence, n.d.
15-18   Spanish Flyers, n.d.
18-3    Spanish Newspapers, 1980s
31-60   Spanish Papers, n.d.
1-57    Speaking Engagement, Women’s Leadership Reception and mural, Bay area, 1984
21-13   Speaking Engagement, n.d.
1-58    Speaking Engagements, universities, 1984



                                                   39
25-45   Special Report: Committee for the Future of America, 1982
5-81    Special Travel; Correspondence, Purchase Orders, 1972
14-14   Speech to CLUW, 1985
11-63   Spring Mobilization, n.d.
5-82    St Louis Boycott; Hospital Bills for Lara, Consuelo, 1970
6-67    St Louis Boycott; Memos, Correspondence Re: Budget and Reimbursement Requests, 1971
3-60    Staff Analysis of the Employment Opportunities Program, HR 9030, 1977
2-69    Staff List, Get Out the Vote, Polanco, 1986
2-68    Staff/FW, Maps, Carpooling, n.d.
29-4    Stafford vs UFW, 1983
17-29   State Board of Control, 1979
29-61   State Gutierrez Supervisor, n.d.
3-61    State of California: Memos, Employment Development Department, 1976-1977
31-59   State of New Jersey, 1980
27-60   Statement from the Field Foundation, n.d.
9-18    Statement of Joseph Herman on Behalf of Californians, n.d.
9-19    Statement of Vote, 1980
25-82   Staten Island Advance, George Meany, 1974
11-42   STIR, 1980-1985
27-36   STIR, n.d.
4-90    Stirling Confirmation; Articles, 1984
6-68    Stockton Field Office; Memos, Correspondence Re: Traffic Accident, Bills, Budget, 1971
6-69    Strawberries; Clippings, 1971
11-45   Strikebreaker Laws, n.d.
1-59    Strikes; Steak Mate Corp, Correspondence Regarding Violence, 1981
19-52   Summer Institute for Union Women, 1989
23-68   Summer of Love, 1997
24-41   Sun Harvest, 1980
14-66   Sundesert, 1990
20-15   Sunny Nursery Grievance Case, n.d.
14-15   Sunnyside Nurseries, n.d.
8-71    Support Letters Telegrams and Addresses, n.d.
2-66    Swanson, Sandre; Correspondence Requesting and Receiving Endorsement, 1986
19-59   Synanon Report, 1972

23-55   Talks, n.d.
27-48   Target the Dissidents, n.d.
21-54   Tavera, Henry, n.d.
17-57   Tax Information, n.d.
8-72    Tax Simplicity Act, n.d.
2-70    Taxing 0il; Proposition 11 Campaign, 1980
27-30   Taxpayers for California, n.d.
16-63   Teamster-Jurisdictional Pact Memo, 1977
1-60    Teamsters; Article on Organization of Farm Workers, 1985
4-91    Teamsters; Correspondence Re: Support for Economic Sanction Against Watsonville Canning, 1986
11-55   Teamsters Local 890, n.d.



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3-62    Technology and Small Farmers, Report of Small Farm Viability Planning Project, nd
2-71    Technology; Clippings, 1980
31-61   Testimony, 1981
9-23    Testimony of Dolores Huerta, n.d.
22-59   Texas Boycott, 1972
2-72    Texas Candidates, Democratic Primary, List and Correspondence, 1986
8-73    Texas Correspondence, n.d.
24-7    Texas Farmworkers Union, Melon Strike, 1976
5-83    Texas Field Office; Membership List, 1971
19-7    Texas Immigration Policy Task Force, n.d.
2-73    Thank You Letters, 1980
31-15   Thank You Letters, 1993
16-64   Thank You letters, 1981
31-23   Thank You letters 1994
31-54   The Careau Group vs UFW, n.d.
1-65    The Knowing Employment of Illegal Immigrant, Hearing in the U.S. Senate, 477 pages, 1981
27-62   The Latino Vote in the Presidential Election, 1980
22-57   The Lettuce Strike and Boycott, 1979
27-21   The Record of President Carter, n.d.
16-55   The Robert Kennedy Farm Workers Medical Plan; Correspondence, 1989-1990
12-60   The Women's Foundation Newsletters and Pamphlets, n.d.
18-36   The Wrath of Grapes, 1986
22-60   "The Wrath of Grapes" Boycott Campaign, n.d.
25-59   Theory/Practice News and Letters, 1982
4-75    Third Quarter Budget, Community Union Group, Sacramento, 1986
8-74    Thomas, Bill, n.d.
12-68   Thomas Donahue Statement, 1981
21-12   TMT Meetings, n.d.
21-21   To be Answered, n.d.
23-77   To be Scheduled, n.d.
21-2    To Do, n.d.
23-47   To Do, n.d.
11-79   To Educate the People Consortium, n.d.
6-70    Tolleson, AZ; Memos, Correspondence Re: Moving Expenses, Car Repairs, Budget, Expenses, 1970-
        1971
4-78    Tomas Rivera Center National Institute for Policy Studies; Background Material, 1985
5-84    Toronto Boycott; Banking Account, Signing Resolution, 1970
6-71    Toronto Boycott; Memos, Correspondence Re: Member IRS Return, Returns, Financial Statements,
        Expenses Journal, Letter to Cesar, Newsletters, 1971
7-48    Torres, Art, n.d.
8-75    Townsend, Wayne, n.d.
19-18   Toxic Waste Bill-TRAC, 1981
19-19   Toxic Wastes, n.d.
14-62   Trade Union School Program, 1990
7-49    Training Program, n.d.
22-29   Transcript of Floyd Mori Interview, 1980



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7-50    Transfer of Powers to Puerto Rico, n.d.
15-16   Travel Planner, 1990
14-63   Tree Growers International, n.d.
21-52   Trial Procedures for National Executive Board Trials, n.d.
30-1    Triangle Friends of Farmworkers, n.d.
8-76    Trust in Testing, n.d.
20-20   Trustees Meetings, 1989-1990
14-53   TURN (Toward Utility Rate Normalization), n.d.
21-27   TURN, n.d.
30-32   TURN Board Membership, n.d.
30-31   Twenty First Century Party, n.d.
31-26   Twenty First Century Party, n.d.

23-71 UCLA Studies, n.d.
30-4 UFCW (United Food and Commercial Workers), n.d.
4-93 UFCW (United Food and Commercial Workers) Local 1288; Correspondence Re: Cesar Chavez
      Support of Foodland Markets Boycott by UFW, 1986
4-92 UFCW Local 274; Correspondence Re: Support on Farmer John Strike from Cesar Chavez, 1985
18-50 UFW 25th Anniversary Event, 1987
26-81 UFW; ALRB, 1978-1981
26-79 UFW; ALRB, AB 2247, Mori, 1978
26-60 UFW; ALRB Cases, 1979-1981
26-63 UFW; ALRB Cases (State of Cal), 1978
26-66 UFW; ALRB Cases (State of Cal), 1976-1977
26-80 UFW; ALRB Manual, n.d.
26-61 UFW; ALRB State Cases Fresno Regional, 1975
26-71 UFW; ALRB State of Cal N. Canata, 1978
26-62 UFW; ALRB State of Cal, R Nunn Farms, 1977-1978
26-1 UFW; Arbitrations, 1977-1982
26-78 UFW; Assembly Bill AB 838, 1979
14-59 UFW; Associate Membership Program Marketing Plan, 1987
30-15 UFW Balance Sheet, 1993
18-78 Benefit Plan, draft, n.d.
24-64 UFW Board mtg. Rules, n.d.
24-65 UFW Board of Directors, Letters/Memos to UFW, 1977
7-51 UFW Books
26-50 UFW; Boycott Dept, 1974-1978
24-54 UFW Bruce Church, Inc, 1979-1980
26-47 UFW; Budget Committee, n.d.
19-20 UFW Budget Worksheets, 1983-1986
26-54 UFW; Burciaga, David, 1976
18-51 UFW Buyers Club, n.d.
24-61 UFW By Laws and Rules, 1978
26-13 UFW; Calendars, 1977-1978
26-85 UFW; California PAC Meeting Notes, 1976
26-40 UFW; Campesino Centers, 1976



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26-49   UFW; Central Accounting, 1975-1978
26-55   UFW; Chavez, Richard, 1973-1978
26-53   UFW; Chavez, Richard, NFSC MLK FW Fund, 1978
26-35   UFW; Citizenship Participation Dept, 1977
26-84   UFW; Civic Action Program, n.d.
26-32   UFW; Clinica Obrera, 1978
24-55   UFW Coca-Cola Co, 1975-1978
26-7    UFW; Communications, 1978
24-56   UFW Companies and Growers Comparative Data and Contracts, 1977-1982
26-6    UFW; Contract Admin. Division of Contract Mgmt, n.d.
26-3    UFW; Contract Mgmt. Dept, n.d.
16-61   UFW; Correspondence, 1989-1990
16-62   UFW; Correspondence, 1987
16-65   UFW Correspondence, n.d.
26-21   UFW; Day Care, Delano Closing, n.d.
26-12   UFW; Direct Mail, 1974
26-11   UFW; Directory (External), 1972-1974
24-53   UFW E&J Gallo Winery, 1975
26-46   UFW; Education Dept, n.d.
19-23   UFW El Malcriado Leaflet Series, 1975
29-41   UFW Endorsement, n.d.
24-2    UFW Endorsement Requests do UFW General, 1978-1980
18-81   UFW; Estudio Economico, 1979
20-40   UFW Executive Business, n.d.
18-35   UFW Expense Spreadsheet List, n.d.
19-24   UFW Fact Sheet, 1979
26-44   UFW; Field Offices, 1976-1983
26-42   UFW; Field Reps, n.d.
18-71   UFW Financial; profit and loss departmental worksheets, n.d.
26-48   UFW; Financial Mgmt and Membership Dept, 1978
26-9    UFW; Flyers Fundraisers, 1975-1978
24-60   UFW Fourth Constitutional Convention, n.d.
26-86   UFW; FPAC, 1980-1982
26-87   UFW; FPAC, 1980
26-88   UFW; FPAC, n.d.
26-37   UFW; FWCU Credit Union, 1976-1981
24-62   UFW Goals and Directives Incomplete, n.d.
26-83   UFW; GOTV "Get out the Vote", 1980
26-2    UFW; Grievance Records, n.d.
26-34   UFW; Health and Safety, n.d.
23-56   UFW; Huerta, 1997
23-60   UFW; Huerta, 1997
23-61   UFW; Huerta, 1997
24-14   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; AFL-CIO, 1980
24-18   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; "Employer Sanctions", 1982
24-17   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; from non UFW, 1974-1982



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24-16   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; from UFW Workers, 1973-1983
24-26   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; from UFW Workers, 1973-1980
24-23   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; Handwritten Notes, n.d.
24-25   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; Handwritten Notes, n.d.
24-13   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; Letters and Memos to/from Gov, 1979-1982
24-27   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; letters to, 1972
24-24   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; Notes, n.d.
24-22   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; "Speakership Campaign", 1980
24-15   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; Specified UFW Depts., 1976-1981
24-20   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; Testimony, 1973
24-21   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; to Board, n.d.
24-19   UFW; Huerta, Dolores; to Cesar Chavez, 1978-1980
7-52    UFW; Information Flyers, n.d.
26-26   UFW; Insurance Car, 1983
26-31   UFW; International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, 1983
26-56   UFW; Jones, Nick, Boycott Dept, 1976
26-25   UFW; Juan de la Cruz Pension Fund, 1982-1983
24-52   UFW; Kaplan Co, 1978
24-51   UFW; Kawano, Inc, 1982
27-55   UFW; Language Proposal, 1982
27-37   UFW Legal Department, n.d.
18-1    UFW Legal Department, mail reports, 1982
21-29   UFW Legal Department, weekly mail report, n.d.
26-77   UFW; Legal Dept., 1978-1979
26-70   UFW; Legal Dept., lawsuits, summaries, 1977
26-67   UFW; Legal Dept., Mail Reports, 1982-1983
26-74   UFW; Legal Dept., Memos, 1981
26-76   UFW; Legal Dept., repealers pesticides, n.d.
26-72   UFW; Legal Dept., reports, 1978
19-30   UFW Legislation, 1977
26-68   UFW; Legislation, CPD, n.d.
26-69   UFW; Legislation Explanation, 1975
24-28   UFW McCartney, Mary, 1979-1981
33-20   UFW Memos/Reports to NEB from Legal, 1977-1982
26-75   UFW; Migrant Farmworker Project, 1981
26-4    UFW; Minutes of Negotiations Collective Bargaining, 1973
24-8    UFW Miscellaneous, 1977-1983
26-27   UFW; MLK Farm Workers Fund, 1976-1979
26-22   UFW; Nagi Daifallah Farm Workers Pooled Vacation Plans, 1978
24-83   UFW National Exec. Board, Mtg, 1973
24-84   UFW National Exec. Board, Mtg, 1974
24-85   UFW National Exec. Board, Mtg,1975
24-86   UFW National Exec. Board, Mtg, 1976
24-87   UFW National Exec. Board, Mtg, 1977
24-88   UFW National Exec. Board, Mtg, 1978
24-89   UFW National Exec. Board, Mtg, 1980



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24-10   UFW National Farm Worker Ministry, 1978-1982
26-18   UFW National Farmworkers Service Center, 1976-1983
26-82   UFW; NCAP Civic Action Program, 1982
24-72   UFW; NEB Notices from UFW, 1976
26-10   UFW; Newspaper Admin. Division, 1973-1983
26-23   UFW; NFSC Entity Report Proposal, 1979
26-29   UFW; NFW Health Group, 1976-1980
24-5    UFW Non UFW Workshops Conferences, 1979-1983
24-50   UFW Nursery, 1979
24-9    UFW; NFWM (National Farm Worker Ministry), 1981
19-31   UFW; Organization Campaign Plan, n.d.
26-45   UFW; Organizing and Elections Dept, n.d.
26-59   UFW; Padilla, Gilbert, Financial Mgmt Dept, 1978
24-70   UFW Planning Conference, n.d.
24-63   UFW Pres. Office, 1976-1978
24-69   UFW President’s Reports to NEB, 1974-1978
23-2    UFW Press, 1986
24-1    UFW Press Releases, 1976-1979
19-33   UFW Print Shop Item Cost, n.d.
26-33   UFW; Proyecto Mexicali, n.d.
26-39   UFW; Ranch Committees, n.d.
26-41   UFW; Ranch Communities, 1982
26-15   UFW; Records Mgmt, 1977
24-74   UFW Reports to NEB from Boycott Dept, 1974-1978
24-75   UFW Reports to NEB from Central Admin, 1977
24-76   UFW Reports to NEB from Contract Admin, 1976-1978
24-77   UFW Reports to NEB from Fred W Ross Ed Center, 1978
24-79   UFW Reports to NEB from Juan De La Cruz Pension Fund, n.d.
24-80   UFW Reports to NEB from MLK Fund, 1977-1978
24-81   UFW Reports to NEB from NFWSC, 1978
24-82   UFW Reports to NEB from Proyecto Mexicali, 1978
26-19   UFW Research and Information, 1974-1978
25-37   UFW Research Papers, 1981
24-58   UFW Resolutions (Bilingual) Fresno Convention, n.d.
26-30   UFW; RFK Med Plan, 1976-1982
24-49   UFW Robert Farm Ranch, 1977
26-36   UFW; Rufino Contreras Day Fund Dept, 1981
7-53    UFW Rules and Regulations, n.d.
18-25   UFW; Schedule and Announcements, n.d.
26-38   UFW; Security Dept, 1976
26-65   UFW; Slander Suit (State of Cal Superior Court), 1982
26-64   UFW; Slander Suit (US District Court), n.d.
19-28   UFW Staff Lists, 1979
19-36   UFW State Endorsements, 1978
26-5    UFW; Sun Harvest Agreements, Contracts, 1979-1982
19-37   UFW; Tenth Constitutional Convention, 1990



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24-59   UFW Third Const. Convention, 1977
1-61    UFW Third Quarter Budget, 1985
3-63    UFW; Top Management Strategic Planning, Report, 1980
21-59   UFW; Un-audited Balance Sheet, 1983-1984
19-38   UFW; Uniform Rules for Committees, n.d.
26-43   UFW; Union Stewards, 1980
26-58   UFW; Velasco, Peter, 1976-1982
19-39   UFW Voter Canvassing Instructions and Election Day Schedule, 1980s
12-55   UFW vs. INS Case, n.d.
26-57   UFW; Winterrowd, Kent, 1982
24-4    UFW Weekly Reports, newsletters, 1977
27-22   Ukegawa Brothers vs Agricultural Labor Relations Board, n.d.
7-54    ULP Charge Summary Form, n.d.
3-64    Unemployment; Definition and Problems of Measurement, Working Paper, 1977
2-86    Un Nuevo Dia, Periodical
29-39   Unemployment Comp, n.d.
17-58   Unemployment Compensation Bill 32 Vote, n.d.
11-44   Unemployment Compensation Legislation, n.d.
1-62    Unfair Labor Practice Remedies, 1982
18-38   UNICEF, 1982-1983
2-74    Union; Clippings, 1980-1981
9-24    Union Constitution; A-C, n.d.
9-25    Union Constitution; I-N, n.d.
9-26    Union Constitution; S-U, n.d.
3-65    Union Constitutions and Laws (Pamphlets), A-H, 1966-1970
3-66    Union Constitutions and Laws (Pamphlets) I, 1956-1971
3-67    Union Constitutions and Laws (Pamphlets) N-T, 1963-1973
3-68    Union Constitutions and Laws (pamphlets), U-W, 1962-1970
11-49   Union Label and Service Trades Department, n.d.
15-24   Union Newsletters and Notices, n.d.
27-44   Union Properties Providing a Union Rate to Union Members, n.d.
7-55    Union Related Newspapers, n.d.
4-94    United Auto Workers of America; Donation for Voter Education and Get Out the Vote, Newsletters,
        1984
8-77    United Boards Boycott Plan, n.d.
19-61   United Domestic Workers of AM, 1979-1980
11-78   United Food and Commercial Workers, n.d.
4-95    United Furniture Workers of America; Trojan Luggage Company Strike, 1985
2-75    United Labor Lobby, Statements, ca 1981
11-30   United Labor Parade, 1984
29-37   United Nations World Conference on Women, n.d.
11-77   United Rubber Workers, n.d.
21-61   United States Itinerary, 1984
16-66   United States Senate; Correspondence, 1985-1990
30-10   United Steelworkers of America, n.d.
4-96    United Way Campaign National; Correspondence, 1986



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4-97    United Way San Jose; UFW Recognition of Donations in John Geagan’s Memory, 1985
23-73   University of Oregon, 1997
4-98    UNO (United Neighborhoods Organization); Pamphlet, 1985
22-49   US Congress-Peggy Bigeche, 1986
25-14   US Cranston, Senator Alan, 1981
19-40   US Customs; Affidavits, n.d.
19-43   US Customs; Brian Helvestine, n.d.
19-41   US Customs; Frank Mejia, 1985-1988
19-42   US Customs; General Information, n.d.
19-44   US Customs; John Croas, n.d.
19-46   US Customs; Procedures, n.d.
19-47   US Customs; Screening Evaluation, n.d.
19-48   US Customs; Thomas Dorney, n.d.
3-69    US Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (Leaflets, Newsletters), 1977
25-75   US News and World Report, 1982
14-2    US-Mexico Industrial Integration, 1989
23-67   UW of Tacoma, n.d.

14-4    Valdez, Luis; achievements, n.d.
18-75   Vargas, Dr. Carols—abduction, 1981, general corres. And flyers
21-4    Dr. Carlos Vargas, n.d.
22-11   Variable Rate Mortgate Bill, 1980
8-78    Vasconcellos, John, n.d.
29-79   Vasconcellos, John, n.d.
4-99    Vasquez, Alex; Press Release and Notes Re: Kesterson Reservoir, 1986
14-32   Veg-A-Mix inserts, n.d.
31-25   Velasco, Pete, n.d.
10-47   Velasco report; December, 1973
10-45   Velasco report; June, 1974
10-46   Velasco report; October, 1974
29-38   Velasquez, Jose Angel, 1995
22-17   Veribanc Inc, 1983
24-43   Village Super Market Inc;     1973
24-44   Vintner Employers Association, n.d.
1-63    Violence against Farm Workers, Specific Acts, Notes
19-60   VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America), n.d.
9-27    Volunteer Recruitment, n.d.
14-26   Vons Grocery Company Store Directory, 1990
8-79    Voter Register Project, n.d.
9-28    Voter Registration, n.d.
7-56    Voting; Clippings, n.d.
3-70    Voting Record Network (Newsletter), 1981
3-71    Voting Records, State of California, 1979-1982
21-8    Voting Records, n.d.
21-14   Voting Records, n.d.
2-76    Voting Rights Act; MALDEF, 1981



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4-100 Vouchers for Community Union, 1984-1986
25-78 Voz del Pueblo, 1982
4-101 VPAC (Voluntary Political Action Committee) First Quarter, 1986

22-14 W2's Financial Papers, n.d.
20-43 Walter Kintz, n.d.
5-85  Washington DC; Correspondence Re: Authorization Cards for Banking Account, 1970
6-72  Washington DC Boycott; Memos, Correspondence Re: Expenses, Staffing, Reimbursements, 1971
25-94 Washington Post "State of Siege", n.d.
5-86  Washington State; Memos and Correspondence Re: Expenses, 1971
4-102 Washington State AFL-CIO; Correspondence, 1986
11-51 Washington State Labor Council, n.d.
8-80  Water Report, n.d.
11-48 Waters, Ed; Printing, n.d.
2-77  Waters, Edward; Correspondence Request for Endorsement, 1986
5-87  Watsonville; Budget, Expenses, Approved Time Payment Schedules, 1971
4-103 Watsonville Cannery Worker’s Strike; Correspondence and Notes 1986
24-45 West Foods of Castle and Cooke, 1983
25-58 West Side planning Group, n.d.
21-3  Western Benefit, n.d.
19-62 Western Growers, 1979
11-37 Western Labor, n.d.
27-41 What Happened on World Food Day, 1981
19-53 White House News on Women, 1980
29-36 White House, Off of Press Sec, n.d.
13-6  Why we Need a Labor Party Booklet, 1980s
1-64  Wine Grapes Price Rates
5-88  Wisconsin Boycott; Correspondence Re: Bank Account and Budget, 1970
7-57  Women's Movements
15-23 Women Newsletters and Notices, 1989-1990
19-49 Women's Alliance, 1990-1991
18-91 Women’s Health; pamphlets and flyers, n.d.
18-89 Women's Issues; flyers and newsletters, 1982
18-22 Women's Issues; clippings, 1982-1983
23-18 Women's Issues; newsletters, n.d.
7-58  Women's Issues; newsletters, resources
19-54 Women's Organizations, 1979-1985
9-29  Work Injuries in California Agriculture, n.d.
4-104 Worker’s Community Political Action Plan, 1984
11-60 Worker's Compensation, n.d.
20-11 Workers Compensation Improvement Act, 1989
25-53 Workers' Power, n.d.
16-16 Workers' Rights Issues; Clippings, 1989-1990
7-59  Working Papers, The Potential Effects of Labor Intensive Agriculture in Mexico on US-Mexico
      Migration, 1989
25-43 World Conference/Eradication of Racism and Discrimination, n.d.



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14-56   World Congress of Women, n.d.
18-86   World Development Forum (The Hunger Project); newsletter, 1983, 1987
21-28   World Development Forum, 1983-1986
25-60   World Development Forum, n.d.
18-29   World Food Day, 1982-1983
18-88   World Peace; flyers and newsletters, 1982
23-42   Wraith of Grapes Campaign Endorsements, 1987-1988
30-37   Writers, n.d.

18-70 Yamamoto—Growers—notes, 1982
23-68 YWCA Palo Alto, n.d.

12-44 Zeff, Fifi, n.d.




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