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Mexicans and Mexican Americans have resided in Arizona since the early 16th century. Their history, however, is severely under-documented in the state’s archival repositories. As of 2012, this community is

Mexicans and Mexican Americans have resided in Arizona since the early 16th century. Their history, however, is severely under-documented in the state’s archival repositories. As of 2012, this community is represented in a mere 1-2% of the state’s known archival holdings, and 98% of such documentation is held at Arizona State University’s Chicano/a Research Collection (CRC). This article provides a historical review of the CRC’s establishment in 1970 and how its founding Curator, Dr.

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    Godoy-Powell, Nancy L. and Dunham, Elizabeth G. (2017). 21st Century Community Outreach and Collection Development: ASU Chicano/a Research Collection, Journal of Western Archives 8:1. http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/westernarchives/vol8/iss1/4

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