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Group portrait of children belonging to the first Mexican Baptist Church at 112 Medina street). A handwritten caption on the photo reads "Grupo de la Iglesia, 1908, Jose Silva, pastor."


Group portrait of five men and one woman standing on the steps of the church located at 112 Medina Street, undated. Among the men are Daniel S. Barocio, Marco Castillo, and Santiago Musa, three pastors of the church


Group portrait of a large group of people on the porch of a church, 1925. The sign on the church reads "Iglesia Bautista Mexicana." The woman in the front row in a hat is identified as Mrs. Aleman.


Group photo of children and adults, circa 1920s. Identified individuals include Rev. James A. Musa, principal (man standing in suite); Abundio Salinas (1904-1989)(#6 girl standing next to girl with head scarf); and Miss Linnie Hopkins (teacher, standing at far end, wearing dark overcoat)


The exterior façade of the Mexican First Baptist Church in 1949


Exterior view of the First Baptist Church located at 1110 Karen Street. A sign above the door reads "Primera Iglesia Bautista Mexicana."


A scene from the Dia De Los Muertos celebration at the Mexic-Arte Museum.


A group of children seated in chairs at the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library, facing forward. A number of the girls are in Girl Scout uniforms.


Group of students standing and sitting on the front lawn and steps of the school. They display a large American flag. Image was originally part of the Jensen-Elliot collection (Neg # 48042).


Portrait of Gonzalo Barrientos standing in an office area.


Candid portrait of Gonzalez Barrientos (on right) selling pens to Tony Castillo (driver seated in car) to raise money for Austin Highsteppers drill team. A woman is in the passenger seat next to Castillo.


Half length portrait of Lorraine Camacho


snapshot of a man and a woman at a dining room table

Eustacio Cepeda March 29, 1897 to October 14, 1972 was president of several Mexican American organizations of the Austin Hispanic community of years past, such as the Commission Honorifica, Coite Patriotico, … More on back of original


A group portrait of Margarita Simon, Maria Garcia, and Socorro Juarez with the Austin G.I. Forum in Governor Briscoe's office. "ATB-120" is written on verso.


A group portrait of Arturo Aleman and others at the Emmanuel Methodist Church. "ATB-130" is written on verso.


Garza Market at 10th and Red River. Garza lived above the market who is pictures in center. The cart pictured used to deliver meat.


Garza Meat Market on 701 E 6th Street with three employees including a salesman, Mozy Valdez, and a meat clerk.

Family of Rosa (Lozano) Garza - L to R: Rosa Della, Anna Center: Margarett Rosina (Grieder) Lazano, Eliso Lozano, Frank Bottom: Gertrude, Alfred E.


Profile portrait of Arturo Ramirez at his home at 1110 East 8th Street.

circa 1967

Informal family portrait of Susie, David Jr., and David Sr. Huerta standing outdoors in front of a car.

circa 1956

Portrait of David Huerta, Sr. in the driver seat of a car. He looks out the window, and his elbow hangs out over the door. The shadow of a woman taking the picture is visible.

circa 1955

Group portrait of Louie Ramirez, Joe Arambula, David Huerta Sr., and Nora Ramirez Arambula. They are outdoors. A picnic table is in the foreground. They are in City Park.

circa 1960

David and Susie Huerta seated on a beach near New Orleans. The ocean is in the background. The finger of the photographer slightly obscures the photo.


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