Guide to the Edward Mercado Papers
(Bulk 1960s-1999)

Archives of the Puerto Rican Diaspora
Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, Hunter College, CUNY
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021

Phone: (212) 772-5151
Fax: (212) 650-3628

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Machine-readable finding aid derived from a MS Word Document dated: 2005. Machine-readable finding aid created by Brian Stevens. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Mercado, Edward, 1937-
Title: Edward Mercado Papers
Dates: 1924-2001, (Bulk 1960s-1999)
Abstract: Distinguished himself in the area of public service and civil rights. Prolific and talented photographer. Collection documents the participation of Latinos in Republican Party politics and in government service. Consists of reports, correspondence, writings, news clippings and is rich in photographs documenting Puerto Rican life.
Quantity: 10.47 cubic feet (24 boxes)
Call Phrase: 2003-03

Historical/Biographical Note

Edward Mercado has distinguished himself in the area of public service and civil rights. He is also a prolific and capable photographer who has been documenting Puerto Rican subjects for over forty years. Mercado has held government positions at the state, city and federal level. He worked for the Equal Economic Employment Opportunity Commission and was Director of the New York City Commission on Human Rights and the New York State Division of Human Rights.

Born on July 18, 1937 in the South Bronx, Edward Mercado was one of three children. Both his parents, Pedro Mercado Más and Genoveva Pagán Acevedo were from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. They migrated independently to New York City in 1925 where they met and married in 1934. Mercado went to P.S. 52 in the Bronx and 186 in East Harlem, (El Barrio). At Metropolitan Vocational High School he studied photography which became a life-long passion.

Working life began for him at the age of fourteen in a grocery store on 138th St. and Broadway. From 1959-1961 he and a friend, Leon Sadoff, ran a candy store on Columbus Avenue and 75th St., but in the summer of 1961, while in Puerto Rico, Mercado joined the United States Army. He was shipped out to San Antonio Texas and trained as a medical corpsman. While on leave in Mexico City, he met Emma Cardoso who became his wife. After his discharge in 1963, Mercado returned to New York and in 1965 worked as a salesman for R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.

While working for R.J. Reynolds, Mercado became interested in Republican Party politics and in 1965 participated in John V. Lindsay’s mayoral campaign. Here he met Angel F. Rivera of the Republican Party who helped him find work in the public sector. His first government job was in 1966 as Human Rights Specialist for the New York City Commission of Human Rights. In that same year, he was named Regional Director of the New York State Division of Civil Rights. He was active in the 1966 and 1970 campaigns of Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, as well as Senator Jacob K. Javits’ electoral campaign in 1968. During his appointment with the Rockefeller administration, he strived to sensitize the Governor to the needs of Puerto Ricans and other Latinos. He was successful in creating programs to support Hispanic businessmen and in setting up a Hispanic desk out of the Governor’s office. His friend Angel F. Rivera was appointed Director of Hispanic Affairs.

Mercado was later appointed District Director of the Federal Anti-Poverty Programs in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, which were part of the U.S. Office of Equal Economic Opportunity. During his tenure and until 1973 when he left the position, he worked to enforce the civil rights laws in Puerto Rico and he pushed for funding for an anti-discrimination program for Puerto Rican workers. He fought to get Puerto Rico its share of anti-poverty funds including the islanders’ eligibility for the food stamp program. Mercado’s efforts helped to improve the economic situation for Puerto Ricans.

It was also during this time that he wholeheartedly involved himself with Puerto Rican politics on the Island and the pro-statehood party, Partido Nuevo Progresista (PNP- The New Progressive Party). He became the chief fundraiser for Carlos Romero Barceló’s mayoral campaign and was President of the New York Office of the PNP.

In 1989, Mercado was appointed Director of the Office of Civil Rights of the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C. In 1995 he was back in New York working for Governor George Pataki as the Director of the New York State Division of Human Rights.

Among his most important accomplishments was making government more accessible and responsive to Latinos and bringing more Hispanics into government positions. He was also responsible for organizing the first AIDS Conference in Puerto Rico (1990) and helped to put in place federal funding to combat AIDS on the Island where it had reached crisis proportions.

Mercado has served on the Boards of numerous civic and community organizations such as the Boys Club of Puerto Rico, the Lupus Foundation, the American Cancer Society, National Association for Puerto Rican Civil Rights, Puerto Rican Forum, and the Grand Council of Hispanic Societies in Civil Service, among others. He was honored with the ASPIRA Service Award (1992) and the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund Award.

His documents shed light on the role of Latinos in the Republican Party and in government service. They also contain information about pro-statehood organizing among Puerto Ricans in the United States. The papers provide insight into the career of a Puerto Rican dedicated to public service and civil rights.

Scope and Content Note

The collection documents the participation of Mercado and other Latinos in Republican Party politics made all the more interesting because Latinos have traditionally favored the Democratic Party. It also deals with Puerto Rican politics and the status issue, particularly the links between the statehood movement and the Partido Nuevo Progresista on the Island with Puerto Ricans in the United States. Additionally, there is a significant number of photographic images of activities in Puerto Rico and among the New York communities.

The papers consist of reports, correspondence, writings, news clippings and photographs.


Folders are arranged alphabetically.
The collection is divided into the following series:
I. Biographical and Personal Information
II. Correspondence
III. Writings
IV. Depositions
V. New York State Division of Human Rights
VI. Organizations
VII. Subject Files
VIII. Clippings
IX. Photographs
X. Agendas, Appointment Books and Diaries


Access Restrictions

Open for research without restrictions.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the:
Archives of the Puerto Rican Diaspora
Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, Hunter College, CUNY
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021

Phone: (212) 772-5151
Fax: (212) 650-3628

Access Points

Subject Names:
Capó, Bobby, 1922-
D'Amato, Alfonse, 1937-
Dinkins, David N. 1929-
Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel) 1904-1986.
Koch, Ed. (Edward Irving) 1924-
Lindsay. John V. (John Vliet) 1921-2000.
Pataki, George E., 1945-
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979.
Romero-Barceló, Carlos, 1932-
Velázquez, Nydia M., 1953-
Subject Organizations:
Casita Maria.
New York (N.Y.). City Commission on Human Rights.
New York (State). State Division of Human Rights.
Partido Nuevo Progresista.
Puerto Rican Day Parade.
Republican Party.
United States. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Subject Topics:
AIDS (Disease) -- Puerto Rico -- Prevention.
AIDS (Disease) -- Puerto Rico.
Civil rights -- New York (State) -- New York.
Discrimination in employment -- Law and legislation -- New York (State)
Hispanic Americans -- New York
Parades -- New York -- New York.
Political participation -- United States.
Puerto Rican Day Parade
Puerto Ricans -- Employment.
Puerto Ricans -- New York (State) -- Civil rights.
Puerto Ricans in New York (City)
Puerto Rico -- Economic conditions.
Puerto Rico -- Politics and government -- 1952-
Puerto Rico -- Relations -- United States.
Self-determination, National -- Puerto Rico.
Statehood (American politics)
United States -- Relations -- Puerto Rico.
Document Types:

Administrative Information


Gift of Edward Mercado

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date (if known); The Edward Mercado Papers; 2003-03; box number; folder number;
Archives of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños Archives, Hunter College, CUNY

Processing Information

Processed with funds of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Funding was also provided by a congressional directed initiative sponsored by Congressman José Serrano and administered by the Institute for Museum and Library Services.

Other Finding Aid

Guide to the Edward Mercado Papers available in Spanish: Spanish Version

Container List

[The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.]


Series I: Biographical and Personal Information (1962-1999)

Scope and Content:

The series contains certificates, awards, resumes, recommendation letters, and family information. It includes documents about an honorary doctorate in Law conferred upon Mercado by St. Johns University on May 24, 1992.

Box Folder Title Date
1 1 Art Work undated
1 2 Background Investigation Profile 1994
1 3 Biographical Information undated, 1967-1999
1 4 Business Cards undated
1 5 Certificates and Awards undated, 1962-1993
1 6 Ephemera undated
1 7 Financial Statements undated, 1989
1 8 Ford, Eddie-Grandson 1995
1 9 Genealogical Tree undated, 1999
1 10 General undated, 1962-1995
1 11 International Certificate of Vaccination 1971
1 12 Itinerary undated
1 13 Job Related Information undated, 1964-1999
1 14 Mailing Lists and Phone Numbers undated, 1980-1994
1 15 Mercado, Emma-Wife 1962-1984
1 16 Mercado, Victor undated
1 17 New York State Division of Human Rights-Reception in Honor of Edward Mercado undated, 1995
1 18 Nomination as Commissioner of Human Rights 1995
1 19 Oral History Interview 1992
1 20 Press Releases and Writings About Edward Mercado undated, 1999
1 21 Stationery undated
Box Folder Title Date
Oversize_I 1 Congratulations Commissioner Mercado! undated

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Series II: Correspondence (1962-2000)

Scope and Content:

The files in this series are divided into incoming and outgoing correspondence, greetings and invitations. Many of the letters acknowledge his support of political campaigns such as that of Sen. Jacob K. Javits. There are also letters from public figures such as Carlos Romero Barceló, Governor of Puerto Rico, Benjamín Cole, Mayor of Mayagüez, and Edward I. Koch , Mayor of New York City.

Box Folder Title Date
2 1 Greeting Cards undated, 1962-1999
2 2-6 Incoming undated, 1963-1990
Box Folder Title Date
3 1-3 Incoming 1991-2000
3 4 Invitations undated, 1969-1999
3 5 Memoranda-Incoming 1966-1999
Box Folder Title Date
4 1 Memoranda-Outgoing undated, 1974-1999
4 2-4 Outgoing undated, 1966-1989
Box Folder Title Date
5 1-6 Outgoing 1990-1999

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Series III. Writings (1972-1995)

Scope and Content:

This series is comprised of notes, poetry, presentations and speeches, newspaper articles and an incomplete autobiography. The autobiography, written in a humorous style, covers the highlights of his life and career. Other notable writings are: “What Price Inglés” published in Civil Rights Digest: A Quarterly of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1970) and “Hijacked! Or How Not to Go to San Juan” from the Federal Times: The Weekly Newspaper for Civilians in Government (1972).

Box Folder Title Date
6 1-2 Autobiography undated
6 3 General undated, 1972
6 4 Notes undated, 1979
6 5 Poetry undated
6 6 Presentations, Speeches and Statements undated, 1989-1995

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Series IV: Depositions (1977-1992)

Scope and Content:

This series concerns depositions which Mercado gave before the Federal court and various government commissions regarding discrimination cases. The materials offer insight into Mercado’s role in the federal agencies where he was employed.

Box Folder Title Date
7 1-3 Deposition Before the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York-Arthur Stern vs. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Part I-III 1991
7 4-5 Deposition Before the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York-Krieger vs. Kemp, Part I-II 1992
Box Folder Title Date
8 1 Deposition Before the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York-Krieger vs. Kemp, Part III 1992
8 2 Deposition Before the United States Merit Systems Protection Board-Philadelphia General Office - Harain D. Figueroa v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 1989
8 3 General undated, 1997

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Series V: New York State Division of Human Rights (1968-1999)

Scope and Content:

This series provides insight into Edward Mercado’s role as Commissioner of the New York State Division of Human Rights. The agency was responsible for protecting against race, sex, and religious discrimination in employment, housing, education and finance. There are reports, proposals and materials about Division activities. Of note are materials documenting complaints brought by the National Organization of Women against George Pataki and Commissioner Mercado alleging negligence on the part of the administration in the area of housing and race discrimination.

Box Folder Title Date
8 4 Álvarez Versus Sorrentino-Legal Case undated, 1991-1994
8 5-6 General undated, 1970-1999
8 7 Legal Cases 1968-1998
8 8 National Origin Complaints Filed 1988-1996
8 9 Reports 1985-1999

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Series VI: Organizations (1977-2001)

Scope and Content:

Represented in this series are organizations, which Mercado supported and participated in. Among these are the United Nations Association of the USA and the Boys Club of Puerto Rico. There are also documents about the Partido Nuevo Progresista and its New York Committee. As Director of the Office of Civil Rights of the Department of Health and Human Services, Mercado maintained links with many groups in Puerto Rico. Among these materials is a proposal from Antonia Pantoja, President of Producir, Inc., for the creation of the Puerto Rican Council on Community Economic Development Organizations dated December 18, 1992.

Box Folder Title Date
9 1 Agrupación Amigos del Tango 1988
9 2 Alliance of Concerned Citizens of New York undated
9 3 Boys Club de Puerto Rico 1985
9 4 Boys Club of America 1985
9 5 Centro Literario Anacaona 1994
9 6 Concilio Puertorriqueño Contra el Racismo undated
9 7 Conservative Hispanic Breakfast Club 1992
9 8 Cuban American National Council 1998
9 9 Desfile Puertorriqueño de Nueva York (Ribbon) 1985
9 10 Grand Council of Hispanic Societies in Civil Service, Inc. undated
9 11 Hispanic Business Advisory Board undated
9 12 Hispanics for Pataki Committee 1994
9 13 Jewish National Fund undated
9 14 La Nueva Raza Institute, Inc. 1989
9 15 Latinos for a Fair Media undated
9 16 Metropolitan Spanish Merchants Association undated, 1978
9 17 National Association of Hispanic Journalists 1991
9 18 National Community for Latino Leadership 1999
9 19 National Council of La Raza (NCLR) undated, 1993-1994
9 20 National Hispanic Amateur Athletic Council, Inc. undated
9 21 National Hispanic Corporate Achievers, Inc. 2000
9 22 National Puerto Rican Coalition, Inc. 1991
9 23 New York Federal Executive Board 1980-1981
9 24 New York State Federation of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce 1984-1998
9 25 New York State Hispanics for Victory 88 1988
9 26 Partido Nuevo Progresista undated, 1978-2000
9 27 Producir, Inc. undated, 1992
9 28 Proyecto Corazón, Inc. undated
9 29 Puerto Rican American Community Association undated
9 30 Puerto Ricans for Political Action undated
9 31 Puerto Rico Council on Community Economic Development Organizations 1992
9 32 Puerto Rico Corporate Liaison Group 1986
9 33 Republican Party undated, 1967-1968
9 34 Sociedad Puertorriqueña de Geneología Bulletin 1997
9 35 Spanish Speaking Program Coordinator Council 1977
9 36 Teatro Rodante Puertorriqueño 2001
9 37 United Nations Association of the United States of America 1996

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Series VII: Subject Files (1924-2000)

Scope and Content:

These files contain materials about politics and political activities, entertainers, genealogy and numerous items related to Puerto Rican and Latino cultural and social activities. There is, for example, information about Nelson Rockefeller’s gubernatorial campaigns. The pro-statehood movement in Puerto Rico, the inauguration of Governor Carlos Romero Barceló, and other political affairs are included. There is also a proposal for a campaign about the problem of employment discrimination in Puerto Rico.

Box Folder Title Date
10 1 African Heritage 1992
10 2 Aquí No Se Habla Español 1970
10 3 Art undated
10 4 Ayala, Jacinto L.-Background Information 1982-1998
10 5 Banco Popular de Puerto Rico 1982
10 6 Behind the Curtain undated
10 7 Brady, Julio A. - Lieutenant Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands 1984
10 8 Brooklyn College Proposal 1991
10 9 Campaign Paraphernalia undated
10 10 Capó, Bobby undated, 1989-1997
10 11 Carbonell, Ana C. -Director of Station Relations-NBC4 1998
10 12 Caribbean Atlantic Airlines (CARIBAIR) 1967-1972
10 13 Channel 47 (WNJU-TV) 1968
10 14 Chávez, César 1968
10 15 Civil Rights undated, 1969-1994
10 16 Colón, Michael A. - Candidate for City Council undated, 1969
10 17 Colón, Miriam undated
10 18 Colón, Willie-Political Campaign undated
10 19 Cuomo, Mario-Governor of New York undated, 1994
10 20 Díaz, Angel-Candidate for State Senate undated
10 21 Directories undated
10 22 Diversity in the Federal Work Force undated, 1980
10 23 Dominicans in the United States 1998
10 24 Election Paraphernalia undated
10 25 Elimination of 2% Set-Aside Provision Applicable to Puerto Rico 1971
10 26 Encuentro Empresarial 1999
10 27 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission undated, 1974-1999
10 28 Espada for Assembly undated
10 29 Ethnic Composition of the New York City's Population 1960-1965
Box Folder Title Date
11 1-6 Event Programs undated, 1964-2000
Box Folder Title Date
12 1-2 Genealogy undated, 1996-2000
12 3 Guánica Forest 1991
12 4 Guía de la Política de Viviendas Justa undated
12 5 The Hispanic American Recipients of the Medal of Honor undated
12 6 Hispanic Behavioral Health Workforce Development Conference 1995
12 7 Hispanic Genealogical Society of New York, 2000
12 8 Hispanic Interns in Community Service Program- Progress Report 1988-1991
12 9 Hispanic National Law Enforcement Association on Symposium and Annual Conference 1990
12 10 Hispanic Society Police Department City of New York, Inc. 1970-1972
12 11 Hispanic Utilization of Civil Right Agencies of the Northeast, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands undated
12 12 Hispanic Voters 1977
12 13 Hispanic vs. Latin undated
12 14 Hispanics and President George Bush, Sr. undated, 1991-1992
12 15 History of the 65th Infantry Division of Puerto Rico undated
12 16 HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Puerto Rico 1989-1992
12 17 ¡Hola! 1995-1998
Box Folder Title Date
13 1-2 Hurricanes in Puerto Rico undated, 1989-1996
13 3 Javits, Jacob K. -United States Senator undated, 1965-1968
13 4 Jiménez, Antonio-Patrolman 1968
13 5 La Familia-An En foco Exhibition 1979
13 6 Latin Exchange 1977
13 7 Latino Child Poverty in the United States 1978-1994
13 8 Latinos and Film 1998
13 9 Latinos in the Northeast Myths/Realities 1998
13 10 Latinos in the United States undated, 1978-1999
13 11 La Vida-Play undated
13 12 Leadership and the Hispanic Federal Executive- The Charlottesville Manifesto 1980
13 13 Malaret, Marisol-Miss Universe 1970
13 14 Mapa de Artesanías 1979
13 15 Memorial Services 1972-1994
13 16 Mexican Americans: Natural Republicans undated
13 17 National GI Forum Convention 1971
13 18 National Hispanic Heritage Presidential Tribute 1991
13 19 New York City Transit Police Department-Hispanic Society 1990
13 20 New York State Finance Committee-Agenda 1995
13 21 New York's Most Influential Latinos 1997
13 22 Novello, Antonia C. 1990
13 23 Numismatic History of Puerto Rico undated
13 24 Opting-Out Public Meeting- Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 1972
13 25 Ortíz, Félix-District 51 Candidate undated
13 26 Outline of Hispanic Concerns 1980's
13 27 Pagán Acevedo, Genoveva 1982
Box Folder Title Date
14 1 Pataki Campaign undated, 1994
14 2 Pataki, George E.-Labor and Civil Services Transition Team undated
14 3 Policía de Puerto Rico undated
14 4 Premio Encuentro 1992: A Tribute to Hispanic Achievement 1992
14 5 Press Releases undated, 1965-1993
14 6 Profile of Hostos undated
14 7 Proposal for an Educational Campaign Regarding Employment Discrimination in Puerto Rico 1976
14 8 Proposal for Opening an EEOC Office in the Caribbean undated
14 9 Puerto Rican and Latino Vote 1984
14 10 Puerto Rican Crafts - Catalog undated
14 11 Puerto Rican Flag Centenary-Philatelic Event 1995
14 12 Puerto Rican/Hispanic Military History Project undated
14 13 Puerto Rican Independence 1977
14 14 Puerto Rican Labor Force undated
14 15 Puerto Rican Tales undated
14 16 Puerto Rican Traveling Theater undated, 1994-1998
14 17 Puerto Ricans in Hawaii 1989
14 18 Puerto Ricans in the United States 1967-1998
14 19-20 Puerto Rico undated, 1924-1998
14 21 Puerto Rico and The Americans with Disabilities Act 1991
14 22 Puerto Rico and the Spanish American War 1997-1999
Box Folder Title Date
15 1 The Quest for Empowerment/The Hispanic Struggle for Civil Rights in America 1992
15 2 The Quest for Race/Sex and Ethnic Equality in Puerto Rico 1974
15 3 Ray, Johnny-Musician undated, 1994
15 4 Resumes undated, 1997
15 5 Rivera, Hunter, Colón and Dobshinky, LLP-Attorneys at Law 1998
15 6 Rivera, Roger undated
15 7 Rockefeller, Nelson A. -Governor of New York 1966-1969
15 8 Romero Barceló, Carlos-Governor of Puerto Rico undated
15 9 Santos de Palo-Art Exhibit undated
15 10 School Integration: A Puerto Rican View 1963
15 11 Servicios Sociales 1972
15 12 Sol de Borinquen 1998-1999
15 13 South Bronx Task Force 1969
15 14 Special Problems Confronting the Spanish-Speaking Workforce 1984
15 15 Statehood of Puerto Rico undated, 1977
15 16 The Status Debate in Puerto Rico undated
15 17 Story of the Coquí undated
15 18 Troche, Alfonso-Assistant Press Secretary to Mayor John V. Lindsay undated, 1968
15 19 United States Civil Services Commission-Hispanic Employment Program 1978
15 20 United States Department of Health and Human Services- Office for Civil Rights undated
15 21 United States Hispanic Market 1998
15 22 Virgin Islands 1984
15 23 Women Workers in Puerto Rico 1970
Box Folder Title Date
Oversize_VIII 1 Solo Cumplí Mis Ordenes (Oliver North) undated

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Series VIII: Clippings (1965-1999)

Scope and Content:

The clippings are about Edward Mercado and issues pertaining to the Latino community in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. One of the items is a letter to the editor of the New York Times by Mercado protesting an article titled “Understanding Spanglish” which was critical of Puerto Rican Spanish.

Box Folder Title Date
16 1-2 General undated, 1965-1999
16 3 Mercado, Edward undated, 1966-1996
16 4 Puerto Rico undated, 1967-1995

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Series IX: Photographs (1968-1997)

Scope and Content:

This is a rich series containing approximately 18,000 negatives and hundreds of prints which document numerous subjects mainly concerning Puerto Ricans in New York over more than a forty year period. Additionally, they include a good number of images of Puerto Rico, its political leaders and key events primarily from the 1970s. The New York images deal with topics such as the Puerto Rican Day Parade, Casita Maria, political leaders and campaigns, and numerous cultural activities. Musical artists such as Tito Puente, Bobby Capó, Lucecita Benítez, José Feliciano, Felipe Rodríguez, Johnny Ray, Olga Tañon, and championship boxer, José Chegüí Torres are represented among the negatives and prints. Many of the photographs relate to Mercado’s public activities and family life.

Box Folder Title Date
16 5 Art undated
16 6-7 Events undated, 1968-1997
16 8 Personal undated
16 9 Ray, Johnny-Salsa Singer undated
16 10 Rosa, Margarita-Commissioner of New York State Division of Human Rights undated
16 11 Siempre Piel Canela: La Música de Bobby Capó 1997
Box Folder Title Date
17-19 Negatives undated

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Series X: Agendas, Appointment Books, and Diaries (1964-1999)

Scope and Content:

Included here are itineraries and plans for various activities both personal and work related.

Box Folder Title Date
20-22 Agendas 1964-1999
Box Folder Title Date
23 1-4 Appointment Books 1983-1989
Box Folder Title Date
24 1-4 Diaries 1966-1977

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