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Spanish American Genealogical Association


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Dr. Clotilde P. Garcia Papers

Identifier: Coll-27
Overview This is a collection of documents from Corpus Christi luminary Dr. Clotilde P. Garcia, who was a physician, teacher, historian, genealogist, political activist, and club woman. Dr. Garcia was the sister of Dr. Hector P. Garcia but carved her own distinct path next to his. This collection contains biographical material, correspondence, original research, published articles, maps, archival information from Mexico, birth and death records, association and club records, photographs, and scrapbooks.

Irene Peña Cipriano Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: Coll-252
Overview The Irene Peña Cipriano Collection consists of two scrapbooks and two photograph albums detailing and illustrating Irene Cipriano's community and political service to Corpus Christi, the Ladies L.U.L.A.C. Council #26, the American G.I. Forum of the United States, the Mexican American Democrat organization, and the Spanish American Genealogist Association. Her committment to community service, generosity and hard work brought her in touch with many leaders who sought to make positive changes...

TAMU-CC Special Collections American G.I. Forum Papers

Identifier: Coll-56
Content Description This collection of AGIF materials were collected by the Special Collections staff and various donors. Materials include two copies of the 2nd Annual Scholarship Breakfast Tribute to the Garcia, January 14, 2010, and items from Dr. Hector Garcia statue committee on campus. Lastly there are documents concerning the history, development, and status of the AGIF.