Ambassadors; Group portraits; Men; Mexicans; University of Santa Clara
A group portrait of the Mexican ambassador to the U.S. at a dinner at the University of Santa Clara. Left to right: Gary Gillmore, Mayor of Santa Clara, Hugh Gray, S.J., the dean of the College of Humanities, Jose Juan de Olloqui, the Mexican...
Diversity; Ephemera; Invitations; Mexican Americans; Organizations--California--San Jose; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
At top of front page of invitation: Mexican flag, with green at left, eagle in middle, and red at right. "Oct. 16, 1894," written below flag. "1810 [-] 1894." Addressed to: "Sr. Bruno Sulnae y Pennas." In Spanish:...
Children; Cinco de Mayo (Mexican holiday); Mexican Americans; Parade floats; Parades; People; Photographs; Public buildings; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Transportation; Urban life;
Color photograph of a float in the 1991 Cinco de Mayo Parade.
College students; Drawings; Education; Mexican Americans; Newspapers; People; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; University of Santa Clara
El Estudiante del Pueblo was published by the newspaper committee of the student organization, El Frente Estudiantil. El Frente, established in 1968, is the Chicano student organization at Santa Clara University.
Battle of Santa Clara; Bayonets; Mexican War, 1846-1848; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
This bayonet was found on the Neves property on land dug up to build the Central Library for the city in the 1960s. A serial number on the bayonet was used to date it and to surmise that it might have been used in the 1847 Battle of Santa Clara....
Dance; Dance parties; Ephemera; Fliers (Printed matter); Guitars; Las Hermanas Padilla; Mexican Americans; People; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose Municipal Auditorium; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Women;
Flier in Spanish promoting a Mexican-American dance at the Civic Auditorium on Saturday, September 10 (year unspecified), featuring performers, the Hermanas Padilla. "Empresarios: Pedro Gomez, Frank Davilla, L. Vidaurri"
Automobiles; Diversity; Downtown Santa Clara; Mexican Americans; People; Photographs; Public buildings; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Teenage girls; Transportation; Women;
Color transparency of Franklin St. looking east from Main St., Santa Clara, before urban renewal.
African Americans; College buildings; College students; Diversity; Education; People; Photographs; Mexican Americans; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; University of Santa Clara; Women;
Black-and-white photograph of students gathering on campus outside Benson Center, circa 1965.
Captain J. H. Adams was born in Edwardsville, Illinois, on June 13, 1820. and was a Captain in the Mexican American War. He arrived in Hangtown for gold on August 1, 1849. He then arrived in Santa Clara County in August 1853 and became sheriff in...