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Chicano/a Research Collection (CRC): Welcome - Bienvenidos

A great source for Chicano/a and Mexican American history!

Librarian

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Nancy Godoy
Contact:
(480)965-2594

Location & Hours

We're located in Luhrs Reading Room (Hayden Library, 4th Floor). 

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Special Announcement

Dear community members,

Hayden Library, the current home of the Chicano/a Research Collection (CRC), will be temporarily closing for renovations this December. As of August 17, the Luhrs Reading Room will be open “by appointment only” due to the relocation of our collections. Please request materials at least 3 business days prior to your visit. Appointments will be scheduled Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To request materials, please contact our Archivist Nancy (Nancy.Godoy@asu.edu or 480-965-2594). For renovation updates, please visit lib.asu.edu/Hayden50

Thank you for your patience and interest in Chican@ Latin@ history!

Who are we? ¿Quien somos?

We're an archival repository that preserves Chicano/a and Mexican American history in Arizona and the Southwest. Since 1970, we've compiled a distinguished collection of manuscripts, photographs, books, newspapers, and ephemera. Today, we continue to acquire primary and secondary sources that complement the instructional and research needs of the ASU community and the general public.


Somos un depósito de archivos que preserva la historia del Chicano/a y del Méxicoamericano en Arizona y el Suroeste. Desde 1970, hemos compilado una distinguida colección de recursos primarios y secundarios que complementan las necesidades de enseñanza y investigación de la comunidad de ASU y el público en general.

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What Do We Collect? ¿Qué coleccionamos?

  • Personal Records: Material that documents an individual’s life and achievements. (e.g. Diaries, Correspondence, Oral Histories)
  • Family Records: Material that documents a family’s history and roots in Arizona and the Southwest. (e.g. Genealogy Records, Family Artifacts, Photographs)
  • Organization Records: Material that documents an organizations history and their work with a community. (e.g. Meeting Minutes, Correspondence, Financial Records)
  • Published Material: Material that focuses on Chicano/a and Mexican history and culture. (e.g. Rare Books, Newspapers, Recordings)

  • Registros Personales: Material que documenta la vida y logros de un individuo. (e.g. Diarios, Correspondencia, Historias Orales)
  • Registros Familiares: Material que documenta la historia y las raíces de una familia en Arizona y el suroeste. (e.g. Registros de Genealogía, Artefactos Familiares, Fotografías)
  • Registros de Organización: Material que documenta la historia de las organizaciones y su trabajo con la comunidad. (e.g. Actas de la Reunión, Correspondencia, Registros Financieros)
  • Material Publicado: Material que se concentra en la historia y cultura de Chicano/a y Mexico. (e.g. Libros Raros, Prensa, Grabaciones)

Engage / Educate / Empower

Our Latino Genealogy & Preservation of Family Archives Workshops were showcased on  Arizona PBS - Horizonte.

The Chicano/a Research Collection was highlighted in an episode of SU VIDA (Cox 7). Our segment starts at the 6:36 minute mark.

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Your donation will be used to process collections, purchase archival supplies, for educational workshops, digital projects, and conservation work. 

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