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  1. Interview with Nazario Chale May and Pablo Mendez, 11 de mayo, 2000

    • Collection: Pueblos Yucatecos
    • Name: Chalé May, Nazario; Mendez, Pablo; Buck Kachaluba, Sarah A.; Partido Revolucionario Institucional; Catholic Church; Cárdenas, Lázaro, 1895-1970; Díaz Ordaz, Gustavo, 1911-1979; Alemán, Miguel; Guzmán, Miguel Enrique, 1898-1972; Ruiz Cortines, Adolfo, 1890-1973; Canto, Pich; Cruz, Crescencio; Ávila Camacho, Manuel, 1897-1955; Madrid Hurtado, Miguel de la, 1934-2012; López Mateos, Adolfo, 1910-1969; Carillo Puerto, Felipe; Moser, Lauren; Buck Kachaluba, Sarah; Schaeffer, D. Bryan
    • Date: Recorded May 11, 2000
    • Topic: Yucca; Study skills; rain; Teachers; marriage; Plants, Cultivated; politics; Tomatoes; Corn; Peppers; Wages; Basic goods; Horses; pigs; Haciendas; Water; Rebellion; Molino de nixtamal; Groceries; Prices; Politics and government; Landowners; Seeds; Uncles; Banks and banking; money; Murder; Land parceling process; Squashes; Ejidos; Agriculture; land; weddings; Machetes; Corn--Milling; Milpa; Beans; Education; Military; Watermelons; Lots (land); Work; Cent; Political parties; poverty; Pork; Armed resistance; Sowing; Slavery; Henequen (Plant); Agaves; Cactus--Despining; Leagues of resistance
  2. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1822 Mexican Rule

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Cattle; Mural painting and decoration; History; weddings; Symbolism; Haciendas; Barons (noblemen); Narrative art; Agriculture
    • Format: image
  3. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1822 Mexican Rule

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Missions; Missionaries; Mexican American art; Soldiers; Narrative art; Mural painting and decoration; Symbolism; Agriculture; Flags--Mexico; History
    • Format: image
  4. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1822 Mexican Rule

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: History; Narrative art; Indians of North America; Missions; Barons (noblemen); Symbolism; Mexican American art; Agriculture; Cattle; Mural painting and decoration; Missionaries
    • Format: image
  5. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1822 Mexican Rule, Spanish land baron

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: History; Mexican American art; Symbolism; Narrative art; Mural painting and decoration; Barons (noblemen); Agriculture; Cattle
    • Format: image
  6. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1880 Frontier California

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Murieta, Joaquín, -1853
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Pony express; Mural painting and decoration; Pioneers; History; Oranges; Indians of North America; Symbolism; Narrative art; Minorities; Horses; Agriculture; Covered wagons
    • Format: image
  7. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1880 Frontier California

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946); Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Chinese; Narrative art; Railroads; History; Oranges; Orchards; Symbolism; Indians of North America; Employees; Immigrants; Agriculture; Battles; Mural painting and decoration; Horses
    • Format: image
  8. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1880 Frontier California and 1890 Los Angeles Mountains to the Shore

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Oranges; Narrative art; Employees; Gearing; Women--Suffrage; Agriculture; Mural painting and decoration; Orchards; Symbolism; History; Bicycles
    • Format: image
  9. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: 1890 Los Angeles Mountains to the Shore; world ward I

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: medals; Narrative art; Immigrants; Mural painting and decoration; Symbolism; Agriculture; Horizon; Employees; History; Flags; Automobiles; Airplanes; Technological innovations; World War, 1914-1918
    • Format: image
  10. Great Wall of Los Angeles: detail: detail: 1822 Mexican Rule, Pueblo Indians

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Social and Public Arts Resource Center (Venice, Los Angeles, Calif.); Baca, Judith Francisca (Mexican-American installation artist and muralist, born 1946)
    • Date: Summer, 1976 (first 1,000 feet); 1979 (photograph); 1976-1983 (entire mural); 2008-2011 (restoration)
    • Topic: Symbolism; Narrative art; Agriculture; Mural painting and decoration; Mexican American art; Cornstalks; Pueblo Indians; Landscapes; History; Indians of North America
    • Format: image
  11. Interview with Cecilia Martin Canul, Muxupip, 11 de mayo, 2000

    • Collection: Pueblos Yucatecos
    • Name: Chalé Cam, Felipe de Jesús; Buck Kachaluba, Sarah A.; Martin Canul, Cecilia; Catholic Church; Cruz, Candida; López Portillo, José; Méndez, Esperanza; Ávila Camacho, Manuel, 1897-1955; Canto Echeverría, Humberto (Pich Canto); Cruz, Don Crescencio; Méndez, Marta; Castillo, Mariconde; Camas, Sofía; Méndez Méndez, Buenaventura; Peraza, Concepción; Concha, Francisca; Méndez, Rosa; Cárdenas, Lázaro, 1895-1970; Chalé, Francisca; Gorocica, Juana; Pech, Paz; Echeverría, Luis, 1922-; Castillo, Julia; Schaeffer, D. Bryan; Moser, Lauren
    • Date: Recorded May 11, 2000
    • Topic: Orchards; Pumpkin; marriage; Cooking; Land use; Civil Registry; Weeds; Desserts; Notebooks; Railroad trains; Running the bulls; Luis Echeverría Álvarez Presidential Administration (1970-1976); money; Land reform; Sisal (Plant); Municipal Presidency of Crescencio Cruz; Pozole; Hammocks; Fields (land); Women bullfighters; Coins; Wood-gathering; Carnivals; ERAS: Lázaro Cárdenas Presidential Administration (1934-1940); Land grants; Schools--Furniture, equipment, etc; Bulls; Cooking instruction; Ejidatarios; Ejidos; Candy; Women; Cities and towns; Corn--Milling; Appetizers; Railroads; Jicama; Corn; Baking; Sowing; swine; Colored pencils; Bakeries; Food--Transportation; Milpa; Sweet potatoes; Lots (land); Elementary schools; José López Portillo Presidential Administration (1976-1982); Schools; Mestizaje; Food; Wood-chopping; Pensions; farms; Harvesting; Agriculture; Bullfights; Henequen (Plant); Reforma Agraria; Peso, Mexican; Squashes; Tomatoes; Peppers; Pork; Crops; shopping; Catholic Guilds (Gremios); poverty; Atole; Retirement; Mestizos; Literacy--Study and teaching; Governorship Humberto Canto Echeverría (1942–1946); Books; Comisaría Ejidal; Bullfighters
  12. Interview with Florentina Noh, Muxupip, 11 de mayo, 2000

    • Collection: Pueblos Yucatecos
    • Name: Noh, Florentina; Chalé Cam, Felipe de Jesús; Buck Kachaluba, Sarah A.; Committee of Ejidal Defense; Casa del Pueblo (Tixkokob); Cantos, Los; Chi , Don Julian; Valdés, Eduardo; Méndez, Santiago; Peraza, Antonia; Gorocica, Bartola; Lara, Arnsenio; Canto Echeverría, Humberto (Pich Canto); Lara, Geraldo; Valdés, Doña Irma; Méndez Méndez, Buenaventura; Lara, Paulina; Sabido, Meli; Domínguez, Don Julian; Chim, Rosenda; Gorocica, Juanita; Domínguez, Horchata; Schaeffer, D. Bryan; Moser, Lauren
    • Date: Recorded May 11, 2000
    • Topic: poverty; Weaving; Manufacturing processes; Political party leadership; Work; Hammocks; Assembling; Looms; Education; Land use; marriage; Families; Lots (land); Bakeries; Social security; Children; Hospitals; Literacy; Sewing; Pensions; Governorship Humberto Canto Echeverría (1942–1946); Brothers; Catholic Guilds (Gremios); Sisal (Plant); Sewing machines; Small business; Schools; Henequen (Plant); Corn--Milling; Mobilization (Political); Women's leagues; Molino de nixtamal; Grandmothers; Agriculture; Bachelors; Census