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The materials were collected as part of the activist work Dr. Marinez did with Mujeres Unidas de Michigan organization.
The collection contains publications from governmental and nongovernmental organizations in Palestine (occupied West Bank), from the 2010s. A permit of entry from Ramallah to Jerusalem, dated 2004, is also included.
The James Tiptree, Jr. Award records contain short lists and long lists of recognized science fiction writing, photographs, programs, brochures, and fiction, including a prepublication proof of "Cannon's Orb" by L. Warren Douglas.
The Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center Visiting Chefs Series collection consists of two ceramic plates commemorating the 25th and 75th anniversaries of the event as well as menus, event programs, flyers, posters, news clippings, and signed memorabilia. Some of the documents are signed by the Chefs who visited for the event.
The Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival records (1976-2015) contain crew guides and handbooks, maps, banners, t-shirts, programs, brochures, posters, meeting minutes, correspondence, inventories, press clippings, as well as recordings and photographs taken during the festival. The collection gives an insight of the intense effort and amount of coordination it took to make the festival possible, and how it evolved and grew more complex with each iteration.
This collection includes the correspondence, agendas, minutes, Bylaws and event programs of the members of the MCLR and interested parties. Most content pertains to the administrative functions of the MCLR.
The 2-folder collection consists of facsimiles of correspondence to, from and about Romulo, news print and online articles and obituaries from various newspapers, advertisements for Munguia's print shop, programs for events honoring Munguia and family members, state proclamations, Texas-Mexico history. A second folder includes documents that highlight the Munguia Cisneros Family history of civic outreach and political activism.
This archive contains underground and alternative newspapers, many of which belong to the Underground Press Syndicate, published from 1962 to 1994. These newspapers are mostly from the United States, but also originate in Canada, England, Denmark, and other European countries. They all represent "radical" and/or alternative views, with subjects including religion, war, music, and drugs.
- Programs (Publications) 6
- Records (Documents) 4
- Clippings (information artifacts) 3
- Brochures 2
- Business correspondence 2
- Photographs 2
- Posters 2
- Advertisements 1
- Beta (Betamax) 1
- Bibliographies 1
- Childcare services -- United States -- Sources 1
- DVDs 1
- Democracy -- Palestine -- Periodicals 1
- Dinners and dining -- Michigan -- East Lansing 1
- Ephemera 1
- Fantasy literature -- Awards -- Sources 1
- Feminism and music -- Michigan -- Sources 1
- Fliers (Ephemera) 1
- Handbooks and manuals 1
- Hispanic Americans -- Political activity -- Michigan -- Sources 1
- Hispanic Americans -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Sources 1
- James Tiptree, Jr., Award -- Sources 1
- Menus 1
- Menus -- Michigan -- East Lansing 1
- Mexican American women -- Michigan -- Sources 1
- Mexican Americans -- Genealogy -- Sources 1
- Mexican Americans -- Political activity -- Texas -- Sources 1
- Mexicans -- Genealogy -- Sources 1
- Minutes (Records) 1
- Newsletters 1
- Open reel audiotapes 1
- Palestine -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Sources 1
- Palestine -- Public relations -- Periodicals 1
- Personal correspondence 1
- Professional organizations -- Middle West -- 20th century -- Sources 1
- Proofs (printed matter) 1
- Radicalism -- History -- 20th century -- Sources. 1
- San Antonio (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources 1
- Science fiction -- Awards -- Sources 1
- Serial publications 1
- Sex role in literature -- Awards 1
- T-shirts 1
- Thematic maps 1
- Underground periodicals. 1
- Underground press publications. 1
- VHS 1
- Women's music festivals -- Michigan -- History -- Sources 1 ∧ less
- Arabic 1
- Hebrew 1
- Barghouthi, Filecia 1
- Kellogg Center of Michigan State University 1
- Marinez, Diana I. 1
- Michigan Womyn's Music Festival 1
- Midwest Consortium for Latino Research 1