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Carlos Almaraz and Elsa Flores papers, 1946-1996

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Series 2: Correspondence , 1974-1996
3 Linear feet
Boxes 1-4, OV 10

Personal correspondence is between Almaraz, Flores, and their daughter Maya with friends and family. Sympathy cards and letters sent to Flores and Maya after Almaraz's death in 1989 are also in personal correspondence. All other files in the series relate to Almaraz and Flores's professional activities.
Description Container Select
Personal, 1982-1996
Includes sympathy cards and letters, letters with friends, The Sequoyah School, and letters from Flores to John Quinn and others.
1
11-26
Personal, circa 1994-1996
2
1-2
Personal, circa 1994
10
Access: Computer Access Center, 1993
2
3
Acme, 1987
Includes drawings by Almaraz.
2
4
ACT (All Celebrity Travel), 1994
2
5
Adamson-Durannes Galleries, 1992
2
6
Adrienne Simard Gallery, 1981-1983
2
7
Alliance for the Arts, 1993
2
8
Archives of American Art, 1996
2
9
Arco Center for Visual Art, 1982
2
10
Armory Center for the Arts, 1994
2
11
Art Center College of Design, 1982-1994
2
12
Artforms Art Consultants, 1982
2
13
The Art Gallery at University of Maryland, College Park, 1994
2
14
Art Institute of Southern California, 1989
2
15
Art Issues, 1994
2
16
A.R.T. Press, 1993
2
17
B-1 Gallery, 1988
2
18
Bank of America Corporation Art Program, 1984
2
19
Bedner, Hirsch, 1984
2
20
Bedoya, Roberto (Getty Center), 1993
2
21
Bejarano, Guillermo, 1990
Includes photographs of artwork.
2
22
Bradbury, Ray, 1974
Includes letters with Almaraz regarding the Day of the Dead and Self-Help Graphics.
2
23
Brawley, Carol (Throckmorton, Inc.), 1991
2
24
California Confederation of the Art, 1978
Includes a photocopy of Jean Charlot Murals in Georgia.
2
25
California Equal Opportunity Commission, 1977-1978
2
26
California/International Arts Foundation, 1987-1991
2
27
Canela (Chicano Art of North East Los Angeles), 1991
2
28
Center for Inter-American Relations, 1977-1978
2
29
Central American Refugee Center (CARECEN) , 1990-1994
2
30
Chapman College, 1985
2
31
Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation (CARA), 1990
2
32
China: US-China Peoples Friendship Association, 1975
2
33
Concilio De Arte Popular (State Coalition of La Raza Artists), 1974-1977
2
34
Consulado General de Mexico, 1995
2
35
Contemporary Arts Center Honolulu, 1986
2
36
Cooke's Crating, Inc., 1992
2
37
Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1983-1988
2
38
The Craft and Folk Art Museum, 1993
2
39
Cristeto, Armando, 1995
2
40
Cultural Arts Council of Houston/Harris County, 1996
2
41
Curtis Hill Art Direction Services, 1988
2
42
Daniel Saxon Gallery, 1995
2
43
DC Health and Company, 1992
2
44
Deicas Art, 1983
2
45
Diaz, Michael, 1993
2
46
Dimar Properties, 1994
2
47
E.B. Crocker Art Gallery, 1974
2
48
Efram Wolff Studio, 1984
2
49
Escher, Nancy, 1992
2
50
Fine Arts Services, Inc., 1995
2
51
Fisher Gallery at University of Southern California, 1984
Includes material regarding the exhibition Aquí.
2
52
Florida Community College, 1995
2
53
FOJACK (Friends of the Junior Art Center), 1995
2
54
Fondo del Sol, 1981-1982
2
55
Frank Romero Studio, 1995
Includes slides of Romero's artwork.
2
56
Freson Art Museum, 1994
2
57
Fuller Goldeen Gallery, 1985-1986
2
58
Fundraising Committee, circa 1993
2
59
Future Perfect, 1987-1989
2
60-62
Galleria Los Americas, 1993-1995
2
63
Garth Clark Gallery, 1994
2
64
General, Almaraz, 1983-1986
2
65
General, Flores, 1990-1996
2
66
General, Flores, 1990-1996
10
Goldman, Edward, 1989
3
1
Grove Press, 1993
3
2
The Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at University of California, Los Angeles, 1991
3
3
Haddad's Fine Arts Incorporated, 1980-1983
3
4
Hillcrest Foundation, 1995
3
5
Home Savings of America, 1988
Includes material regarding a mural.
3
6
Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1984-1985
3
7
Hungo, Garrett, 1989
3
8
Iri, Richard, 1993
3
9
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, circa 1990
3
10
Jacqueline Silverman and Associates, 1988
3
11
Jan Baum Gallery, 1985-1987
3
12
Jan Turner Gallery, 1985-1992
3
13-17
Janus Gallery, 1982-1994
3
18-19
Jensen, Jay, 1994
3
20
Jewish AIDS Services, 1994
3
21
Judy Stone Fine Art Enamels, 1995
3
22
Julie Rico Gallery, 1992
3
23
Kathy Lucoff Fine Arts, 1988
3
24
Knapp Communications Corporation, 1984-1985
3
25
KWHY-TV, 1993
3
26
LA Artcore Center, 1994
3
27
L.A. Louver Gallery, 1983
3
28
Lannan Foundation, 1987
3
29
Lather, Patti, 1994-1996
3
30
Latino Museum, 1996
3
31
Levin, Marc, 1985-1986
3
32
Lloyd Kandell Advertising, 1991
3
33
Lobaco, Gina, 1988
Includes letter to LA Weekly protesting an article about Almaraz.
3
34
Lori Sklar Art Consulting, 1994
3
35
Los Angeles Bicentennial 1781-1981, 1979-1982
3
36
Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Commission, 1990-1993
3
37
Los Angeles Conservancy, 1993
3
38
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, 1993-1996
3
39
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1985-1996
3
40
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, 1990-1995
3
41
Los Angeles Olympic Committee, 1984
3
42
Los Angeles Printmaking Society, 1995
3
43
Loyola Law School, 1983
3
44
Marilyn Butler Fine Art, 1987
Includes material regarding the exhibition Contemporary Hispanic Art: Six Painters and Sculptors.
3
45
McDougal Littell/Houghton Mifflin, 1994-1995
3
46
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1988
3
47
Metz, James, undated
3
48
The Mexican Museum, 1992-1994
3
49
Marrow, Marva, circa 1988
3
50
Murdy, Susan, 1992
3
51
Museo Estudio Diego Rivera, 1992
3
52
Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, 1983
3
53
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1985
3
54
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1987
3
55
Museum of Modern Art, 1987-1994
Includes a Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century press review bound book.
3
56-57
Nancy Hoffman Gallery, 1987
3
58
National Gallery of Art, 1994
3
59
National Museum of American Art, 1995
3
60
Oakland, City of, 1988
3
61
Oberon Gallery, 1994
3
62
Out Auction '93, 1993
3
63
Pasadena Art Alliance, 1985-1996
3
64
Pasadena, City of, 1996
3
65
Pasadena Symphony Association, 1987-1988
3
66
Paskal, Marti, circa 1992
3
67
Patricia Heesy Gallery, 1984
3
68
Peace and Dignity Journeys, 1992
3
69
Persons and Lindell Gallery, 1991
3
70
Pleschette and Green Literary Agency, 1995
3
71
Polenzani, Thomas A., 1994
3
72
Price, Aimee Brown, 1993
3
73
Public Art Center, 1979
3
74
Riverside Art Museum, 1995
3
75
Robert Berman Gallery, 1991-1994
3
76
Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum, 1993
3
77
Santa Monica Auctions, 1993
3
78
Santa Monica Museum of Art, 1992
3
79
Scholastic, Inc., 1992
3
80
Stones Gallery, 1988-1991
4
1
Transamerica Galleries, 1988
4
2
Traveler's Bookcase, 1993
4
3
Turner/Kruill Gallery, 1991-1992
4
4
University of California Los Angeles, 1995
4
5
Umbrella Associates, 1994
4
6
Union Station Gateway (USG), 1992
4
7
University of Southern California School of Fine Arts, 1994
4
8
Venice Family Clinic Art Walk, 1987-1995
4
9
Ventura College, 1991
4
10
Visual Arts Library, London, 1993
4
11
Volcano Art Center, 1989
4
12
Volcano Art Center, 1989
9
1
Wight Art Gallery, 1992-1993
Includes material regarding the exhibition Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation or CARA.
4
13
Williams Lamb Gallery, 1989
4
14
The Works Gallery, 1993
4
15

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