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George I. SánchezThe Long Fight for Mexican American Integration$

Carlos K. Blanton

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Archival Sources

Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin

George I. Sánchez Vertical File (GISVF–UT)

LULAC Vertical File (LULACVF)

Benjamin Franklin Pittenger Papers (BPP)

La Verdad

Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico at Albuquerque

Antonio A. Sedillo Papers (ASP)

George I. Sánchez Faculty File, 1938–41 (GISFF)

George I. Sánchez Vertical File (GISVF–UNM)

James F. Zimmerman Papers (ZP)

Richard M. Page Papers (PP)

Fisk University Franklin Library, Special Collections–Archives, Nashville

Charles Spurgeon Johnson Papers (JP)

Julius Rosenwald Fund Archives (JRFA)

Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library, Austin

Lyndon Johnson Senate Papers (LBJSP)

White House Central Files (WHCF)

Office Files of John Macy (OFJM)

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Hector P. Garcia Papers (GP)

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State Department Records, Central Files (SDRCF)

Fair Employment Practices Commission Papers (FEPCP)

Office of Inter-American Affairs, Central Files (OIAACF)

Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas at Austin

Carlos E. Castañeda Papers (CP)

George I. Sánchez Papers (SP)

José de la Luz Sáenz Papers (JSP)

Ed Idar Jr. Papers (IP)

LULAC News

Rockefeller Archive Center, Sleepy Hollow, New York

General Education Board Collection (GEBC)

Rockefeller Family Collection, Nelson A. Rockefeller Papers (RP)

University of Houston Libraries, Special Collections, Houston

Alonso S. Perales Papers (APP)

Virgie R. Sánchez, Plaintiff, vs. George I. Sánchez, Defendant, December 6, 1946, DR 36,5131946, Second Judicial District Court (Domestic Relations Division), Bernalillo County, State of New Mexico (BC).

Walt Disney Company Archives, Burbank, California

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Oral Interviews

Cowart, Billy Frank. Interview by author, October 13, 2011, digital recording, residence, Belton, Texas.

Idar, Eduardo (Ed), Jr. Interview by Margo Gutiérrez, 1991–2000, tape recording, Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas at Austin.

(p.347) Kennedy, Cynthia. Interview by author, December 11, 2011, digital recording, Holiday Inn Express, Georgetown, Texas.

Sánchez, Roberto P. (Bob). Interview by author, December 6, 2012, digital recording, visitors lobby of M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston.

Sprague, Mark. Interview by author, April 24, 2009, digital recording, business, Austin.

Theses and Dissertations

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Ramos, Lisa Y. “A Class Apart: Mexican Americans, Race, and Civil Rights.” Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, 2008.

Sánchez, George I. “A Study of the Scores of Spanish-Speaking Children on Repeated Tests.” M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1931.

Sánchez, George I. “The Education of Bilinguals in a State School System.” Ph.D. diss., University of California at Berkeley, 1934.

Sánchez, Luisa G. Guerrero. “The ‘Latin American’ of the Southwest—Backgrounds and Curricular Implications.” Ed.D. diss., University of Texas, Austin, 1954.

Publications of George I. Sánchez

Cutright, Prudence, W. W. Charters, and George I. Sánchez. Latin America: Twenty Friendly Nations. New York: Macmillan, 1944.

Delaney, Eleanor C., George I. Sánchez, Prudence Cutright, and W. W. Charters. Spanish Gold. New York: Macmillan, 1946.

Fickinger, Paul L., and George I. Sánchez. “Analysis of Teachers’ Salaries in New Mexico with a Comparison of Salaries Paid Other Public Servants.” New Mexico School Review (March 1932): 18–25.

———. “A Source of School Revenue Fails Us.” New Mexico School Review (March 1932): 32–33.

Sánchez, George I. “A Communication.” Texas Observer, August 23, 1963, 4–5.

———. “A New Frontier Policy for the Americas.” Alcalde 49:7 (March 1961), 9–11.

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———. Arithmetic in Maya. Privately published, 2201 Scenic Drive, Austin, 1961.

———. “Bilingualism and Mental Measures: A Word of Caution.” Journal of Applied Psychology 18:6 (December 1934): 765–72.

———. “Classroom Reality.” Nation 206:16 (April 15, 1968): 490.

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———. Concerning Segregation of Spanish-Speaking Children in the Public Schools. Inter-American Education Occasional Papers IX. 1951; reprint New York: Arno Press, 1974.

———. “Discrimination in High Places.” Balance 3:4 (November 14, 1960): 2–4.

———. “Educational Research in New Mexico.” Journal of Educational Research 25:4–5 (April-May, 1932): 321–22.

———. Forgotten People: A Study of New Mexicans. 1940; reprint Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1996.

———. “Fundamental Problems in Education in Mexico.” Educational Forum 7:4 (May 1943): 321–27.

———. “Group Differences and Spanish-speaking Children—A Critical Review.” Journal of Applied Psychology 16:5 (October 1932): 549–58.

———. “Higher Education in Modern Mexico.” The Nation’s Schools 35:6 (June 1945): 32.

———. Mexico: A Revolution by Education. 1936; reprint Boston: Ginn, 1966.

———. “Pachucos in the Making.” Common Ground 4:1 (Autumn 1943): 13–20.

———. “Past and Present Inter-American Educational Relations: A Personal Memoir.” Inter-American Educational Relations: Proceedings of the Fourth Western Regional Conference on Comparative Education, School of Education, University of California at Los Angeles (October, 1964): 1–7.

———. “Pre-School for All.” Texas Observer, September 4, 1959, 7.

———. “Proposals on Latins.” Texas Observer, March 16, 1962, 7.

———. “Quantitative and Objective Criteria in Education—A Delusion.” Texas Journal of Secondary Education 13:3 (Spring 1960): 1–5.

———. “Review of North from Mexico by Carey McWilliams.” Pacific Historical Review 18:4 (November 1949): 530–31.

———. “Review of Simón Bolívar: Educator by Luis B. Prieto.” Hispanic American Historical Review 51:1 (February 1971): 144–45.

———. “Review of The Spanish-Americans of New Mexico: A Heritage of Pride by Nancie L. González.” Pacific Historical Review 39:3 (August 1970): 394–95.

———. “Right to Challenge.” Nation 206:22 (May 27, 1968): 682.

———. “School Integration and Americans of Mexican Descent.” American Unity: A Monthly Manual of Education 16:3 (March-April 1958): 9–14.

———. “Scores of Spanish-Speaking Children on Repeated Tests.” Journal of Genetic Psychology 40 (March 1932): 223–31.

———. “Spanish-Speaking People in the Southwest—A Brief Historical Review.” California Journal of Elementary Education 12:2 (November 1953): 106–11.

———. “Teachers’ Salaries Cost Less Today Than They Did a Decade Ago.” New Mexico School Review (March 1932): 30–31.

———. “The American of Mexican Descent.” Texas Observer, December 31, 1965, 26–27.

———. “The American of Mexican Descent.” Chicago Jewish Forum 20:2 (Winter 1961–62): 120–24.

———. “The Crux of the Dual Language Handicap.” New Mexico School Review 38 (March 1954): 13–15.

(p.349) ———. The Development of Education in Venezuela. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1963.

———. The Development of Higher Education in Mexico. 1944; reprint Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1970.

———. “The Equalization of Educational Opportunity—Some Issues and Problems.” University of New Mexico Bulletin, no. 347, Education Series vol. 10, no. 1. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1939.

———. “The Implications of a Basal Vocabulary to the Measurement of the Abilities of Bilingual Children.” Journal of Social Psychology 5 (1934): 395–402.

———. “The Latin Citizen: His Hardship, His Promise.” Texas Observer, March 9, 1962, 6.

———. “The Mexican-American in Texas: An Educator Speaks Out.” Home Missions 18:7 (July 1967): 18–19.

———. “The People”: A Study of the Navajos. Washington, D.C.: United States Indian Service, 1948.

———. “The State Public School Equalization Fund in Law and in Practice.” New Mexico Business Review 8 (January 1939).

———. “Theory and Practice in Rural Education.” Progressive Education 13:8 (1936).

———. “Twice Wounded.” Texas Observer 51 (October 30, 1959), 7.

Sánchez, George I., ed. Inter-American Education Occasional Papers, I. First Regional Conference on the Education of Spanish-Speaking People in the Southwest. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1946.

Sánchez, George I., and William E. Drake. “The State of Texas.” Nation 198:2 (January 6, 1964): 20.

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Sánchez, George I., and Virgie R. Sánchez. “Education in Mexico in the Sixteenth Century.” New Mexico Quarterly 4:3 (August 1934): 184–92.

Sánchez, Luisa, and George I. Sánchez. “An Experience in Texas.” Educational Leadership 15:8 (May 1958): 464–65.

Strickland, Virgil E., and George I. Sánchez. “Spanish Name Spells Discrimination.” The Nation’s Schools 41:1 (January 1948): 22–24.

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